Production info

The Mummy
USA, 1967  TV  

TV-series Get Smart

Don Adams, Edward Platt, Lisa Gaye
Directed by Earl Bellamy


Max, who works as an agent for a U.S. government spy agency, is sent to The Metropolitan Museum that is suspected to be involved in the disappearance of several CONTROL agents. When Agent 24 disappears in the middle of a meeting with Max, the Chief knows counter-organization KAOS must be involved. Max goes undercover at the museum and it turns out KAOS is using Egyptian mummy cases to secretly ship CONTROL agents out of the country.

Episode from the comedy series "Get Smart" that satirizes the secret agent genre. Created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry.

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