- This article is about the season two episode, 'Bronzefinger'. For the article on the villain for which the episode is named, see Rembrandt Von Bronzefinger.
|Original Air Date||December 3, 1966|
and Bernie Kahn
|Previous Episode||Island of the Darned|
|Next Episode||Perils in a Pet Shop|
Max and 99 go undercover at the museum when it is learned that KAOS is stealing paintings and replacing them with forgeries to finance their evil schemes. Will Agents 86 and 99 end up as bronze statues?
- Maxwell Smart - Don Adams
- Agent 99 - Barbara Feldon
- The Chief - Edward Platt
- Agent 13 - David Ketchum
- Agent 54 - Robert Patten
- Agent 22 (mentioned)
Weapons and GadgetsEdit
- Paintbrush gun
- Tube Sword
- Art palette shield
- Razor ring
- CONTROL's telephone number is 555 3743.
The title refers to the James Bond novel and, especially, film Goldfinger. Surprisingly, it is one of only two original series episodes to refer directly to a Bond film (the other is #69: "Dr. Yes", which of course refers to Dr. No) although #57: "Pussycats Galore" refers to Pussy Galore, a character from Goldfinger. In addition, the 1995 series episode "Liver Let Die" refers to Live and Let Die.