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Maxwell Smart, the infamous Agent 86 from the '60s television sitcom Get Smart makes his feature-film debut in this goofy espionage spoof. This time, Smart and his cohorts must stop enemy spies from detonating a bomb that would destroy all the world's clothing. On television, the film was renamed The Return of Maxwell Smart.
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Maxwell Smart, the infamous Agent 86 from the '60s television sitcom Get Smart makes his feature-film debut in this goofy espionage spoof. This time, Smart and his cohorts must stop enemy spies from detonating a bomb that would destroy all the world's clothing. On television, the film was renamed The Return of Maxwell Smart.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/1998
  • UPC: 096895504532
  • Original Release: 1980
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Don Adams Maxwell Smart
Sylvia Kristel Agent 34
Rhonda Fleming Edith Von Secondberg
Dana Elcar Chief
Pamela Hensley Agent 36
Andrea Howard Agent 22
Norman Lloyd Carruthers
Bill Dana Jonathon Levinson Seigle
Gary Imhoff Jerry Krovney
Sarah Rush Pam Krovney
Walter Brooke American Ambassador
Thomas Hill President
Ceil Cabot Landlady
Joey Forman Agent 13
Robert Ball Harrington
Chere Bryson Tourist
Ashley Cox Model #1
Nick Dimitri KAOS #1
Dick Durock Jumpmaster
Greg Wayne Elam Tourist
Vittorio Gassman Sauvage/Sieeve
James W. Gavin
Bond Gideon KAOS Guard
Patrick Gorman French Delegate
Anthony Herrera
Hap Lawrence Sergeant Major
Fred Lerner KAOS #2
Earl Maynard Jamaican Delegate
James Noble Secretary of Defense
Alex Rodine Russian Delegate
Glynn Rubin Tourist
Richard Sanders German Delegate
Vito Scotti Italian Delegate
Richard Washington Blue Limo Driver
Byron Webster English Delegate
Gary Young Pilot
Technical Credits
Clive Donner Director
Bill Dana Screenwriter
Walter A. Hannemann Editor
Buck Henry Screenwriter
Jennings Lang Producer
Marc E. Meyer Jr. Set Decoration/Design
Burton Miller Costumes/Costume Designer
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Leonard B. Stern Screenwriter
Arne Sultan Screenwriter
Phil Tucker Editor
William Tuntke Production Designer
Harry L. Wolf Cinematographer
Don Zepfel Asst. Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE GET SMART ESCAPE

    If you are a Get Smart fan you will enjoy this off kilter mindless escape from everyday life. Growing up I loved the Get Smart TV series and this has some of the same elements but it only goes as far as Don Adams charecter, most of the rest looks like it was made up as they filmed at Universal Studios. This movie has about the same amount and quality of humor as the most recent Get Smart movie and that is not saying much. I had taped this on VHS and noticed that the TV version was missing some scenes so I searched B&N and bought the DVD. As far as I know this movie did not win any Oscars but on the right night and in the right mood it is a winner.

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