Get Smart

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Get Smart is an American action spy comedy film television series that satirizes the secret agent genre that was popular in the United States in the late 1960s. The program was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, and had its television premiere on... read more
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Get Smart is an American action spy comedy film television series that satirizes the secret agent genre that was popular in the United States in the late 1960s. The program was created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, and had its television premiere on NBC on September 18, 1965. The show stars Don Adams as agent Maxwell "Max" Smart, or Agent 86, Barbara Feldon as Agent 99, and Edward Platt as Thaddeus, the Chief. Henry said that they created the show at the request of Daniel Melnick to capitalize on "the two biggest things in the entertainment world today": James Bond and Inspector Clouseau. Brooks said: "It's an insane combination of James Bond and Mel Brooks comedy."

Original Release

09/18/1965 on CBS

US Release

09/18/1965

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# Title Air Date
1 Pheasant Under Glass Friday, 26 September 1969
2 Ironhand Friday, 03 October 1969
3 Valerie of the Dolls Friday, 10 October 1969
4 Widow Often Annie Friday, 17 October 1969
5 The Treasure of C. Errol Madre Friday, 24 October 1969
6 Smart Fell on Alabama Friday, 31 October 1969
7 And Baby Makes Four: Part 1 Friday, 07 November 1969
8 And Baby Makes Four: Part 2 Friday, 14 November 1969
9 Physician Impossible Friday, 21 November 1969
10 The Apes of Rath Friday, 28 November 1969
11 Age Before Duty Friday, 05 December 1969
12 Is This Trip Necessary? Friday, 12 December 1969
13 Ice Station Siegfried Friday, 19 December 1969
14 Moonlighting Becomes You Friday, 02 January 1970
15 House of Max: Part 1 Friday, 09 January 1970
16 House of Max: Part 2 Friday, 16 January 1970
17 Rebecca of Funny-Folk Farm Friday, 23 January 1970
18 The Mess of Adrian Listenger Friday, 30 January 1970
19 Witness for the Execution Friday, 06 February 1970
20 How Green Was My Valet Friday, 13 February 1970
21 And Only Two Ninety-Nine Friday, 20 February 1970
22 Smartacus Friday, 27 February 1970
23 What's It All About, Algie? Friday, 24 April 1970
24 Hello, Columbus - Goodbye, America Friday, 01 May 1970
25 Do I Hear a Vaults? Friday, 08 May 1970
26 I Am Curiously Yellow Friday, 15 May 1970
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Directors

Gary Nelson, Bruce Bilson, James Komack, Don Adams, Jay Sandrich, Earl Bellamy, Alan Rafkin, Frank McDonald, William Wiard, Reza Badiyi, Norman Abbott, Charles R. Rondeau, Harry Falk, Jerry Hopper, Murray Golden, Paul Bogart, Anton Leader, Richard Donner, David Alexander, David Alexander, Richard Benedict, Don Richardson, Sidney Miller, Ron Joy, Howard Morris, Nicholas Webster, Eddie Ryder, Jess Oppenheimer, Dick Carson, Joshua Shelley

Writers

Buck Henry, Mel Brooks, Arne Sultan, Chris Hayward, Leonard Stern, Mike Marmer, Stan Burns, Gordon Mitchell, Gordon Mitchell, Allan Burns, Lloyd Turner, Dee Caruso, Gerald Gardner, Norman Paul, Gary Clarke, William Raynor, Jack Hanrahan, Myles Wilder, Phil Hahn, Pat McCormick, Carol Cavella, Joseph C. Cavella, Budd Grossman, Gloria Burton, Bob DeVinney, Bernie Kahn, Don Adams, Lila Garrett, Ron Friedman, Bill Idelson, Phil Leslie, Sam Bobrick, Burt Nodella, Marvin Worth, Dale McRaven, Jess Oppenheimer, Ben Joelson, Howard Merrill, Earl Barret, Ronald Axe, Keith Fowler, Bruce Shelly, Robert C. Dennis, Sydney Zelinka, Stan Dreben, Ronny Pearlman, Barry E. Blitzer, Ed Haas, James Komack, Rick Mittleman, Arnie Rosen, David Ketchum, Elroy Schwartz, Nate Monaster, Al Gordon, Ray Brenner, Martin Ragaway, Art Baer, Gary Belkin, Hal Goldman, Frank Red Benson, Les Colodny

Creators

Buck Henry, Mel Brooks

Cast

Producers

Leonard Stern Executive Producer
Arne Sultan Executive Producer
Leonard Stern Producer
Arne Sultan Producer
David Davis Producer
Burt Nodella Producer
Arnie Rosen Producer
Jay Sandrich Producer
Chris Hayward Producer
Harry R. Sherman Producer
Jess Oppenheimer Producer

Editors

William Cairncross, Howard French, M. Pam Blumenthal, Leonard W. Leonard, Alan Jaggs, Floyd Knudtson, Bill Lewis, Stanley Frazen, Clay Bartels, Howard A. Smith, Jerry Sperber, Harold Wilner, Bill Keith, Argyle Nelson Jr.

1969EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Won
1969EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1969EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Won
1968EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1968EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Won
1967EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1967EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Won
1967EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Won
1966Golden GlobeBest TV Show Nominated
1966Golden GlobeBest TV Star - Male Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Comedy Series Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Nominated
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