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Get Smart - The Complete Series

Release Information:
Studio: Time Life
Release Type: Complete Series
Release Date: 11/21/2006
Number of Discs: 25
Number of Episodes: 138
Running Time: 3952 mins
Retail Price: $199.96 (US$)

Audio/Video Information:
Video: Full Frame (1.33:1)
Audio: English
Subtitles: Closed Captioned

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The classic TV show Get Smart is here! Authorized for the very first time on DVD and offered exclusively by Time Life! You get all 138 original Get Smart episodes of the Emmy® Award-winning series, each remastered and restored for flawless clarity, on 25 DVDs. PLUS you get over 9 hours of bonus material including never-before-seen bloopers, interviews and commentaries, rare TV footage and much more! All in a special phone booth collector's box with photos and booklets for each season of Get Smart! Not sold in stores.


  • 25 DVDs in special collectors packaging
  • 5 eight-page booklets with liner notes written by actor Dave Ketchum (Agent 13) and Alan Spencer, creator of the TV comedy series "Sledge Hammer!" and contributor to the feature film "Get Smart Again"
  • All 138 Original unedited episodes (1965-70) with new introductions by Barbara Feldon
  • 9 Audio commentaries with Barbara Feldon, Mel Brooks, James Caan, Don Rickles, Buck Henry, Leonard Stern, Bernie Kopell, and Bill Dana
  • 5 On-camera interviews with Barbara Feldon, Buck Henry, Bruce Bilson, Bernie Kopell, and Leonard Stern
  • 5 Featurettes: "The Secret History of Get Smart," "Barbara Feldon: Real Model to Role Model," "Spooks, Spies, Gadgets and Gizmos," "Code Words and Catch Phrases," and "The Fans of Get Smart" Never-Before-Seen Bloopers!
  • 2003 Museum of Television & Radio Get Smart Reunion seminar featuring Don Adams, Barbara Feldon, Bernie Kopell, Leonard Stern and Bruce Bilson
  • Don Adams' 75th Birthday Roast at the Playboy Mansion
  • Footage from Don Adams' 2005 memorial service with tributes from Barbara Feldon, Don Rickles and many others
  • 5 Fun interactive features: CONTROL Entrance Exam, Max's Apartment, The Chief's Office, Agent 99's Purse, Max's Sunbeam Tiger
  • Footage from all 7 EMMY┬« award wins and acceptance speeches
  • 1964 "Top Brass" hair care TV commercial that won Barbara Feldon the Agent 99 role
  • 1964 Clip from Don Adams' guest-starring appearance on "The Bill Dana Show" - the Maxwell Smart character is born!
  • Clips from Don Adams' three guest-starring appearances on "The Andy Williams Show"
  • Behind-the-Scenes footage, Get Smart promotional spots
  • Pepsodent commercial, 1967 (This spot features Don as Agent 86 and Dave Ketchum as Agent 13)
  • PSA For The American Association of Diabetes Educators, 1995 (Don plays Max and Bernie Kopell plays Siegfried. Also includes behind-the-scenes footage)
  • White Castle commercial, 1990 (Don plays a hamburger-hawking super sluth. A storyboard of the commercial follows the spot)
  • Chief Auto Parts commercial, 1983 (Don parodies his Agent 86 character)
  • Chief Auto Parts Commercials 1981 and 1983 (These spots have Don reprising his Maxwell Smart character and famous Get Smart catchphrases)
  • White Castle Commercial #1 1990, (Holy Cow! Don appears as "Cowboy Don" for this spot)
  • White Castle Commercial #2 1990, (Don appears as "Ninja Don" with the "Mother of all Onions")
  • Choice Hotels Commercial 1991, (Don is unpacked from multiple suitcases for this spot)
  • Buck-A-Call Commercial, 1999 (Don appears as retired Secret Agent 86)

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