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Get Smart, Again! (26-Feb-1989)

Director: Gary Nelson

Writers: Leonard B. Stern; Mark Curtiss; Rod Ash

Music Composed by: Peter Melnick

Producer: Burt Nodella

Keywords: Comedy, TV Reunion

Get Smart reunion.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Don Adams
Actor
13-Apr-1926 25-Sep-2005 Maxwell Smart on Get Smart
John de Lancie
Actor
20-Mar-1948   Q on Star Trek: TNG
Fritz Feld
Actor
15-Oct-1900 18-Nov-1993 Bringing Up Baby
Barbara Feldon
Actor
12-Mar-1933   Agent 99 on Get Smart
Dick Gautier
Actor
30-Oct-1931   Hymie on Get Smart
Harold Gould
Actor
10-Dec-1923 11-Sep-2010 Martin Morganstern on Rhoda
Bernie Kopell
Actor
21-Jun-1933   Doc on The Love Boat
Kenneth Mars
Actor
14-Apr-1936 12-Feb-2011 The Producers

CAST

Don Adams   ...   Maxwell Smart
Starring
Barbara Feldon   ...   Agent 99
Bernie Kopell   ...   Siegfried
Dick Gautier   ...   Hymie
Robert Karvelas   ...   Larrabee
King Moody   ...   Shtarker
Harold Gould   ...   Nicholas Dimente
Kenneth Mars   ...   Cmdr. Drury
John de Lancie   ...   Maj. Waterhouse
Steve Levitt   ...   Beamish
Featuring
Dave Ketchum   ...   Agent 13
Danny Goldman   ...   Dr. Denton
Roger Price   ...   Hottentot
Rachelle Carson   ...   Lisa
Lou Felder   ...   President
Kate Stern   ...   Dr. Godivar
Jim Antonio   ...   Merriweather
Stacey Adams   ...   Meter Maid
Cecily Adams   ...   Customer
Fritz Feld   ...   Waiter
Yvonne Farrow   ...   Undersecretary

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