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Maxwell Smart

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Agent Mini-Max versucht die Welt vor der Organisation `KAOS' zu retten. Mini-Max (Originaltitel: Get Smart) ist eine US-amerikanische Comedyserie, die von 19(bis auf die Pilotfolge) in Farbe produziert wurde. Die Serie. Maxwell Smart: „Mini Max – Die unglaublichen Abenteuer des Maxwell Smart“ war eine beliebte Comedyserie der 60er und 70er Jahre. Don Adams bekam für​. Superagent Maxwell Smart alias „Mini-Max“ ist ein genialer Spion, der für den Geheimdienst „CONTROL“ arbeitet und die westliche Welt verzweifelt gegen alle​. fv-ilvesheim2000.eu - Kaufen Sie Mini-Max oder: Die unglaublichen Abenteuer des Maxwell Smart - Erste Staffel (5 DVDs) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden. (siehe dort), von Chaos-Spezialist Mel Brooks: Der mehr als trottelige Agent Maxwell Smart ist der einzige echte Schutz der westlichen Welt vor allen Feinden der. US Sitcom (Get Smart; ). Neuauflage von Mini-Max: Der ehemalige Agent 86 Maxwell Smart (Don Adams) ist zum Agent 68 befördert worden und jetzt Chef​.

Maxwell Smart

Maxwell Smart alias Agent 86 alias "Mini-Max" ist eine wandelnde Katastrophe. Nichtsdestotrotz versucht der trottelige Tollpatsch alles, um dem Geheimdienst. Agent Mini-Max versucht die Welt vor der Organisation `KAOS' zu retten. US Sitcom (Get Smart; ). Neuauflage von Mini-Max: Der ehemalige Agent 86 Maxwell Smart (Don Adams) ist zum Agent 68 befördert worden und jetzt Chef​.

The duo nevertheless set off to combat their attackers by first parachuting off an airplane and landing in Russian territory - followed closely by an over seven feet tall, pound goon, known simply as Dalip.

The duo, handicapped by Maxwell's antics, will eventually have their identities compromised, and may be chalked up as casualties, while back in America their attackers have already planted a bomb that is set-up to explode in a concert.

Written by rAjOo gunwanti hotmail. I enjoyed every minute of Get Smart. It's an agreeable and fun mixture of the action, spy, and comedy genres.

Imagine a combination of Mr. Smith and Pineapple Express, with some Steve Carell-style comedy mixed in.

It's not similar in story to either of those movies, but it does manage to blend action and comedy together in a comparable way.

The casting is perfect, and really what makes Get Smart so likable. There is a pretty amazing group of actors gathered here, especially considering the fact that these kinds of films do not often attract A-list talent.

Everyone seemed like they were having fun and enjoying their roles, and it shows in their acting. Get Smart has a basic spy-type plot that certainly won't be winning any awards for originality.

At the same time, I never though the fairly typical story was detracting from the movie. You're probably not watching this for a deep and thought-provoking experience, anyway.

And who would have guessed that Anne Hathaway would be so good in an action role? I'd love to see her do more of this kind of thing in the future, she has a bit of a talent for it.

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Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. Barbara Feldon co-starred as Max's young and attractive partner later wife Agent 99, they had a great chemistry throughout the show's run, despite a year age difference, and they became best friends during and after.

Adams gave the character a clipped speaking style borrowed from actor William Powell. Feldon said, "Part of the pop fervor for Agent 86 was because Don did such an extreme portrayal of the character that it made it easy to imitate.

Adams also produced and directed 13 episodes of the show. He won the award three times. The show moved to CBS for its final season, with ratings declining, as spy series went out of fashion.

Get Smart was canceled in after episodes. Following this, Adams then wanted to move on to other projects. His efforts after Get Smart were less successful, including the comedy series The Partners —72 , a game show called Don Adams' Screen Test —76 and three attempts to revive the Get Smart series in the s.

Adams had been typecast as Maxwell Smart and was unable to escape the image, although he had success as the voice of Inspector Gadget. He earned most of his income from his work on stage and in nightclubs.

As Adams had chosen a low salary combined with a one-third ownership stake in Get Smart during the show's production, he received a regular income for many years due to the show's popularity in reruns.

Don Adams' Screen Test is a syndicated game show which lasted 26 episodes during the —76 season.

The show was done in two minute segments, in each of which a randomly selected audience member would 'act' to re-create a scene from a Hollywood movie as accurately as possible.

Such moments as the bar scene from The Lost Weekend , the duel scene from The Prisoner of Zenda or the beach scene from From Here to Eternity were used, with Adams directing and a celebrity guest playing the other lead in the scene.

Hokey effects, bad timing, forgotten lines, prop failures and the celebrity's "ad-libs" were maximized for comic effect as the audience watched "bloopers" and "outtakes" as they happened.

At the end of the program, the final, serious, fully edited version of the "screen test" of each of the two contestants would be played, with audience reaction determining the winner, who would receive a trip to Hollywood and a real screen test for a motion picture.

Adams resurrected the Maxwell Smart character for a series of television commercials for Savemart, a retail chain that sold audio and video equipment.

He also appeared in the film Jimmy the Kid and played a cameo role as a harbormaster in Back to the Beach Adams attempted a situation-comedy comeback in Canada with Check it Out!

Set in a supermarket , the show ran for three years but was not successful in the United States. The show also starred Gordon Clapp , an unknown actor at the time, who developed a rapport with Adams.

One of Adams's last public appearances was at the Get Smart Gathering on November 7, , at a North Hollywood restaurant, in which fans of the show joined the cast and some of the creative talent of the series.

Adams was the voice of the title character in Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales —66 , with his bombastic catch-phrase "Tennessee Tuxedo will not fail!

He voiced the character in the original television series —85 and a Christmas special, as well as in subsequent s spinoffs Gadget Boy and Inspector Gadget's Field Trip.

He retired from voicing Inspector Gadget in His sister Gloria Yarmy Burton was a writer. His daughter Cecily died of lung cancer in and his son Sean died in at age 35 of a brain tumor, a year after Don Adams's death.

An avid gambler, according to his longtime friend Bill Dana, Adams "could be very devoted to his family if you reminded him about it, [but] Don's whole life was focused around gambling.

He suffered from lymphoma and a lung infection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Don Adams, see Don Adams disambiguation.

American actor, comedian and director. He was played by Terence Stamp in the film. Shtarker or Starker portrayed by King Moody is Siegfried's overzealous chief henchman.

He was played by Ken Davitian in the film. He was played by Patrick Warburton in the film. Agent 13 portrayed by David Ketchum is an agent who is usually stationed inside unlikely or unlucky places, such as cigarette machines , washing machines, lockers, trash cans, or fire hydrants.

He tends to resent his assignments. He was played by Bill Murray in the film. Carlson portrayed by Stacy Keach Sr. In Get Smart , telephones are concealed in over 50 objects, including a necktie, comb, watch, and a clock.

A recurring gag is Max's shoe phone an idea from Brooks. To use or answer it, he has to take off his shoe. Several variations on the shoe phone were used.

In "I Shot 86 Today" season four , his shoe phone is disguised as a golf shoe, complete with cleats, developed by the attractive armorer Dr. Smart's shoes sometimes contain other devices housed in the heels: an explosive pellet, a smoke bomb, compressed air capsules that propelled the wearer off the ground, and a suicide pill which Max believes is for the enemy.

Agent 99 Barbara Feldon had her concealed telephones, as well. She had one in her makeup compact, and also one in her fingernail.

To use this last device, she would pretend to bite her nail nervously, while actually talking on her "nail phone". Flinders University in South Australia has researched medical applications for shoe phone technology after being inspired by the show.

Gag phones also appear in other guises. In the episode "Too Many Chiefs" season one , Max tells Tanya, the KAOS informer whom he is protecting, that if anyone breaks in, to pick up the house phone, dial , and press the trigger on the handset, which converts it to a gun.

The phone-gun is only used that once, but Max once carried a gun-phone, a revolver with a rotary dial built into the cylinder. In the episode "Satan Place", Max simultaneously holds conversations on seven different phones: the shoe, his tie, his belt, his wallet, a garter, a handkerchief, and a pair of eyeglasses.

Other unusual locations include a garden hose, a car cigarette lighter with the lighter being hidden in the car phone , a bottle of perfume Max complains of smelling like a woman , the steering wheel of his car, a painting of Agent 99, the headboard of his bed, a cheese sandwich, lab test tubes Max grabs the wrong one and splashes himself , a Bunsen burner Max puts out the flame anytime he pronounces a "p" , a plant in a planter beside the real working phone operated by the dial of the working phone , and inside another full-sized working phone.

Other gadgets include a bullet-proof invisible wall in Max's apartment that lowers from the ceiling, into which Max and others often walk; a camera hidden in a bowl of soup cream of Technicolor that takes a picture with a conspicuous flash of the person eating the soup with each spoonful; a mini magnet on a belt, which turns out to be stronger than KAOS's maxi magnet; and a powerful miniature laser weapon in the button of a sports jacket the "laser blazer".

Another of the show's recurring gags is the " Cone of Silence ". Smart would pedantically insist on following CONTROL's security protocols; when in the chief's office, he would insist on speaking under the Cone of Silence—two transparent plastic hemispheres which are electrically lowered on top of Max and Chief—which invariably malfunction, requiring the characters to shout loudly to even have a chance of being understood by each other.

Bystanders in the room could often hear them better, and sometimes relay messages back and forth. The Cone of Silence was the idea of Buck Henry, though it was preceded in an episode of the syndicated television show Science Fiction Theatre titled "Barrier of Silence", written by Lou Huston, that first aired on September 3, , 10 years ahead of Get Smart.

The car that Smart is seen driving most frequently is a red Sunbeam Tiger two-seat roadster. The Sunbeam Alpine , upon which the Tiger was based, was used by customizer Gene Winfield because the Alpine's four-cylinder engine afforded more room under the hood than the V8 in the Tiger.

It is the only kit of the Tiger, and has been reissued multiple times as a stock Tiger. Don Adams received the Sunbeam and drove it for 10 years after the end of the show.

It was wrecked and repaired several times, and its current whereabouts are unknown. In the opening credits, the Tiger was used for seasons one and two.

In seasons three and four, Smart drives a light blue Volkswagen Karmann Ghia , because Volkswagen had become a sponsor of the show.

In the short-lived TV series , Smart is trying to sell the Karmann Ghia through the classified ads.

In Get Smart, Again! Smart steals the Karmann Ghia to continue his escape. KAOS is a Delaware corporation for tax purposes. In another episode, Siegfried and Max casually discuss the various flavors of cyanide pills they have been issued.

In the same episode, Max and Siegfried have a show and tell of various weapons they have; Max boasts of having a deadly nonregulation pistol from a Chicago mail-order house.

The prop used is actually an Borchardt C pistol. Cover names were common. In "The Man Called Smart, Part 1", a phone call is announced for an alias, and Max identifies himself as the person in question.

Second and third calls come in, each with its own alias, the last of which is his own real name of Maxwell Smart, which he initially does not answer.

Smart tells the skeptical gallery owner that those are his names as well, making it obvious to any spy that he is taking calls from fellow agents and informants.

Smart then makes himself even more visible by tangling the handset cords of the three phones. CONTROL has a policy of burning pertinent documents after cases are closed; the reasons were detailed in its Rules and Regulations book, but nobody can read them since it burned the only copy.

Get Smart used several familiar character actors and celebrities, and some future stars, in guest roles , including:.

The series featured several cameo appearances by famous actors and comedians, sometimes uncredited and often comedian friends of Adams.

Johnny Carson appeared, credited as "special guest conductor", in "Aboard the Orient Express". Carson returned for an uncredited cameo as a royal footman in the third-season episode "The King Lives?

Actress Rose Michtom the real-life aunt of the show's executive producer Leonard Stern appeared in at least 44 episodes—usually as a background extra with no speaking role.

The series was broadcast on NBC -TV from September 18, , to September 13, , after which it moved to the CBS network for its final season, running from September 26, , to September 11, , with total episodes produced.

During its five-season run, Get Smart broke the Nielsen Top 30 twice. It ranked at number 12 during its first season, and at number 22 during its second season, before falling out of the top 30 for its last three seasons.

In October , [ needs update ] it was reported that Warner Bros. Carell and Hathaway are set to return, but the status of other cast members has not yet been announced.

As of , Get Smart 2 is no longer in development [27] [28]. Get Smart, Again! And 99 is now a congresswoman.

The beginning teaser shows Maxwell Smart and Zach driving to Control headquarters in a car wash separately; Smart, Zach and their secretary cram themselves into a secret elevator: a soda machine which "disappears".

A cleaning lady sits down in the open space when all of a sudden the machine pops up and knocks the woman into the ceiling!

A late episode of the series shows that just as Siegfried is leaving a room, Maxwell Smart accidentally activates an atomic bomb just before the end of the show.

The teaser for the episode shows an atomic bomb going off. This ending is similar to a device used by the Get Smart -inspired series Sledge Hammer!

Hopes for the series were not high, as Andy Dick had already moved on to NewsRadio , which premiered weeks later in The different versions of Get Smart did not all feature the original lead cast.

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Trivia David Ketchum appeared in thirteen episodes as Agent Goofs In the first two seasons, as Max drives up in the Sunbeam Tiger, he fails to close completely the car door while exiting the vehicle.

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The door nearest Smart closes and injures his nose. User Reviews "That's the second biggest silencer I've ever seen" 23 August by bjanzen — See all my reviews.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. He later worked as a comic, taking the stage name of Adams after marrying singer Adelaide Dell Efantis, who performed as Adelaide Adams.

They had four daughters, and Adams also worked as a commercial artist and restaurant cashier to help support his family.

When they divorced, he kept Adams as his stage name because acting auditions were often held in alphabetical order. Adams' work on television began in when he won on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts with a stand-up comedy act written by boyhood friend Bill Dana.

In the late s, he made eleven appearances on The Steve Allen Show where Dana was part of the writing team. They were asked to write a spoof that combined elements from two of the most popular film series at the time: James Bond and The Pink Panther Inspector Clouseau.

Barbara Feldon co-starred as Max's young and attractive partner later wife Agent 99, they had a great chemistry throughout the show's run, despite a year age difference, and they became best friends during and after.

Adams gave the character a clipped speaking style borrowed from actor William Powell. Feldon said, "Part of the pop fervor for Agent 86 was because Don did such an extreme portrayal of the character that it made it easy to imitate.

Adams also produced and directed 13 episodes of the show. He won the award three times. The show moved to CBS for its final season, with ratings declining, as spy series went out of fashion.

Get Smart was canceled in after episodes. Following this, Adams then wanted to move on to other projects. His efforts after Get Smart were less successful, including the comedy series The Partners —72 , a game show called Don Adams' Screen Test —76 and three attempts to revive the Get Smart series in the s.

Adams had been typecast as Maxwell Smart and was unable to escape the image, although he had success as the voice of Inspector Gadget.

He earned most of his income from his work on stage and in nightclubs. As Adams had chosen a low salary combined with a one-third ownership stake in Get Smart during the show's production, he received a regular income for many years due to the show's popularity in reruns.

Don Adams' Screen Test is a syndicated game show which lasted 26 episodes during the —76 season. The show was done in two minute segments, in each of which a randomly selected audience member would 'act' to re-create a scene from a Hollywood movie as accurately as possible.

Such moments as the bar scene from The Lost Weekend , the duel scene from The Prisoner of Zenda or the beach scene from From Here to Eternity were used, with Adams directing and a celebrity guest playing the other lead in the scene.

Hokey effects, bad timing, forgotten lines, prop failures and the celebrity's "ad-libs" were maximized for comic effect as the audience watched "bloopers" and "outtakes" as they happened.

At the end of the program, the final, serious, fully edited version of the "screen test" of each of the two contestants would be played, with audience reaction determining the winner, who would receive a trip to Hollywood and a real screen test for a motion picture.

Adams resurrected the Maxwell Smart character for a series of television commercials for Savemart, a retail chain that sold audio and video equipment.

He also appeared in the film Jimmy the Kid and played a cameo role as a harbormaster in Back to the Beach Adams attempted a situation-comedy comeback in Canada with Check it Out!

Set in a supermarket , the show ran for three years but was not successful in the United States. The show also starred Gordon Clapp , an unknown actor at the time, who developed a rapport with Adams.

One of Adams's last public appearances was at the Get Smart Gathering on November 7, , at a North Hollywood restaurant, in which fans of the show joined the cast and some of the creative talent of the series.

Adams was the voice of the title character in Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales —66 , with his bombastic catch-phrase "Tennessee Tuxedo will not fail!

He voiced the character in the original television series —85 and a Christmas special, as well as in subsequent s spinoffs Gadget Boy and Inspector Gadget's Field Trip.

He retired from voicing Inspector Gadget in His sister Gloria Yarmy Burton was a writer. His daughter Cecily died of lung cancer in and his son Sean died in at age 35 of a brain tumor, a year after Don Adams's death.

An avid gambler, according to his longtime friend Bill Dana, Adams "could be very devoted to his family if you reminded him about it, [but] Don's whole life was focused around gambling.

He suffered from lymphoma and a lung infection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Don Adams, see Don Adams disambiguation.

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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. The New York Times. Don Adams, who played Maxwell Smart in the s sitcom "Get Smart", combining clipped, decisive diction with appalling, hilarious ineptitude, died on Sunday at a Los Angeles hospital.

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