"The secret frisk trick." - Maxwell SmartOur Man in Toyland is the fourth episode of the first season of Get Smart.
|Our Man in Toyland|
|Original Air Date||October 9, 1965|
and Mike Marmer
|Previous Episode||School Days|
|Next Episode||Now You See Him, Now You Don't|
Bowers Department Store, in the Washington D.C. area, has been leaking government plans to foreign countries. Max places himself in the department store to find out information on the manager, Conrad Bunny's, activities from three CONTROL agents and Agent 99. When Max contacts Agent 99, Conrad Bunny gets suspicious about 99 and orders his henchmen to abduct her. While this happens, Max has a meeting with the chief in the department store's restaurant. Max realizes they've been followed and has other agents track the follower discreetly. When Max returns to the perfume counter where Agent 99 was working, he realizes 99 was abducted. He quickly finds that the other hiding agents have either disappeared or been killed.
Agent 99 has escaped however, and is hiding in one of the dressing rooms. Smart finds her, and 99 is able to show Max how Bunny has been shipping out information: talking dolls with recorded information. Smart is able to get Fang to transport the dolls (with Max's recorded explanation) to the chief. Conrad Bunny tries to hunt Max and Agent 99 out of the now empty department store. But Maxwell and Agent 99 defeat him and his henchmen with the toy guns they find in the toy department.
- Maxwell Smart - Don Adams
- Agent 99 - Barbara Feldon
- The Chief - Edward Platt
- Hodgkins - Bryan O'Byrne
- Agent 12 (uncredited)
- Agent 25 (uncredited)
- Agent 34 (uncredited)
- Agent 53 (uncredited)
- Fang - Red (uncredited)
- CONTROL Agent - Robert Karvelas (Uncredited)
- Conrad Bunny - John Hoyt ("Yes, of course! The infamous Herr Bunny" - Max)
- Leopold - Buck Kartalian
- Gorcheck - Lou Nova
- Frieda - Helen Kleeb
Weapons and GadgetsEdit
- Cigarette Lighter Phone
- Phone Cigarette Lighter
- Fountain Pen Listening Device
- Pocket Watch Television Transceiver
- Doll Transmitter (KAOS)
- Destructo (Toy)
- This episode has one of the funniest lines of the series - when Max captures the KAOS henchmen:
- "No 99, the real credit belongs to these toys. After all, we had at our disposal every fiendish and destructive plaything ever devised for the pleasure of little children. Those poor devils, all they had were real guns and bullets."