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SEPT.07-2013 JUST COMPLETED THIS FUN CREATION IN REMEMBERING ON OF THE TELEVISION SHOW I LOVED TO WATCH..IT WAS GET SMART STARRING DON ADAMS AS MAXWELL SMART SECRET AGENT 86 ALSO AGENT 99 BARBRA FELDON WAS IN THE TV SHOW AS WELL THIS I CREATED THE SHOE TELEPHONE WORKING IN LAYERS VIA PHOTOSHOP DOING MY BACKGROUND DESIGNING SHOE PHONE AND EFFECTS HAT ECT DOING A SLIGHT 3D TOUCH..PAINTING DRAWING INVOLVED.. IN DOING THIS FUN FILLED IPHONE CASE A BLAST FROM THE PAST HUGS..
Maxwell Smart, code number Agent 86 (born 1930, portrayed by Don Adams) is the central character. Despite being a top secret government agent, he is absurdly clumsy, very naive and has occasional lapses of attention. Due to his frequent verbal gaffes and physical miscues, most of the people Smart encounters believe he is grossly incompetent. Despite these faults, Smart is also resourceful, skilled in hand-to-hand combat, a proficient marksman, and incredibly lucky. These assets have led to him having a phenomenal record of success in times of crisis in which he has often averted disaster, often on a national or global scale. This performance record means his only punishment in CONTROL for his mistakes is that he is the only agent without three weeks annual vacation time. Smart uses multiple cover identities, but the one used most often is as a greeting card salesman/executive. Owing to multiple assassination attempts, he tells his landlord he is in the insurance business, and on one occasion, that he works for the “Bureau of Internal Revenue”. Smart served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and is an ensign in the U.S. Navy Reserve.
In 1999 TV Guide ranked Maxwell Smart number 19 on its 50 Greatest TV Characters of All Time list.12 The character appears in every episode (though only briefly in “Ice Station Siegfried,” as Don Adams was performing in Las Vegas for two weeks to settle gambling debts
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