Get Smart (Intro) S3 (1967)

Broadcast on NBC, 1967-68; 26 episodes.

Produced by Burt Nodella (except #3, #4, #7, #8, & #13, produced by Jess Oppenheimer).

Executive Producer: Leonard Stern.

Owing to an advertising deal Max now drives up in a blue Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, although he continues to use the Sunbeam in the episodes. The Hall of Justice building now representing CONTROL headquarters is actually in Los Angeles.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

Episode Title Original Airdate Writers Director
01 Viva Smart Saturday, Sept. 16th, 1967 Bill Idelson, Sam Bobrick, Norman Paul James Komack
02 Witness for the Persecution Saturday, Sept. 23rd, 1967 Sam Bobrick, Bill Idelson James Komack
03 The Spy Who Met Himself Saturday, October 7th, 1967 Phil Leslie, Keith Fowler Gary Nelson
04 The Spirit Is Willing Saturday, October 14th, 1967 Arne Sultan Norman Abbott
05 Maxwell Smart, Private Eye Saturday, October 21st, 1967 Elroy Schwartz Bruce Bilson
06 Supersonic Boom Saturday, October 28th, 1967 Ben Joelson, Art Baer James Komack
07 One of Our Olives Is Missing Saturday, November 4th, 1967 Jess Oppenheimer Jess Oppenheimer
08 When Good Fellows Get Together Saturday, November 18th, 1967 C. F. L'Amoreaux Sidney Miller
09 Dr. Yes Saturday, November 25th, 1967 William Raynor, Myles Wilder James Komack
10 That Old Gang of Mine Saturday, December 2nd, 1967 Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan Norman Abbott
11 The Mild Ones Saturday, December 9th, 1967 William Raynor, Myles Wilder Gary Nelson
12 Classification: Dead Saturday, December 23rd, 1967 David Ketchum, Bruce Shelly Norman Abbott
13 The Mysterious Dr. T Saturday, December 30th, 1967 William Raynor, Myles Wilder Gary Nelson
14 The King Lives? Saturday, January 6th, 1968 Gloria Burton, Don Adams Gary Nelson
15 The Groovy Guru Saturday, January 13th, 1968 Norman Paul, Burt Nodella James Komack
16 The Little Black Book, Part 1 Saturday, January 27th, 1968 Jack Hanrahan, Phil Hahn James Komack
17 The Little Black Book, Part 2 Saturday, February 3rd, 1968 Jack Hanrahan, Phil Hahn James Komack
18 Don't Look Back Saturday, February 10th, 1968 Phil Leslie, Norman Paul Don Adams
19 99 Loses CONTROL Saturday, February 17th, 1968 William Raynor, Myles Wilder Bruce Bilson
20 The Wax Max Saturday, February 24th, 1968 James Komack James Komack
21 Operation Ridiculous Saturday, March 2nd, 1968 Norman Paul James Komack
22 Spy, Spy, Birdie Saturday, March 9th, 1968 William Raynor, Myles Wilder James Komack
23 Run, Robot, Run Saturday, March 16th, 1968 C. F. L'Amoreaux Bruce Bilson
24 The Hot Line Saturday, March 23rd, 1968, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Red Benson Gary Nelson
25 Die, Spy Saturday, March 30th, 1968, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan, Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso Gary Nelson
26 The Reluctant Redhead Saturday, April 6th, 1968, Leonard Stern James Komack
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