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The Smile of Don - Don Adams and the "Get Smart" Show
A quiz on the American comedy actor Don Adams perhaps best known for his role in 60s sitcom "Get Smart". Not to be confused with the great quiz by Phreekshow on the "Smilodon."
What is the birth date of American actor Don Adams?
April 13, 1923
May 14, 1927
June 21, 1927
December 21, 1923
Which statement about actor Don Adams is true?
He served on a minesweeper during WWII.
He worked as a low level officer for the OSS.
He never served in the US Military.
He was the only member if his platoon to survive the battle on Guadalcanal.
When did the hit sitcom "Get Smart,” in which Don Adams starred, air on the CBS network?
From September 1967 to May 1970
From September 1968 to May 1971
From September 1970 to September 1972
From September 1969 to September 1970
Who created the "Get Smart" sitcom along with Leonard Stern?
Norm Lear and Mark Tinker.
James Burrows and Norm Lear.
Buck Henry and Mel Brooks.
James Burrows and Jimmy Burns.
Initially the sitcom "Get Smart" was in black and white.
KAOS and CONTROL were the two fictional organizations fighting each other in the “Get Smart” series. Which of them was pro-American?
Neither KAOS and CONTROL
Both KAOS and CONTROL
Which actor played Mr. Big, the boss of the fictional organization KAOS from the “Get Smart” comedy series?
Stacy Keach, Sr.
Stacy Keach, Jr.
Who portrayed the leader of the organization CONTROL in the sitcom "Get Smart"?
Which actor portrayed Siegfried, the leading operative for the KAOS organization in “Get Smart”?
In “Get Smart,” The fine actor Dick Gautier played a CONTROL agent who was a robot. What was this robot's name?
Admiral Harold Hargarde
Which statement about the "Get Smart" sitcom is true?
The shoe-phone in the show was a Florsheim size 9-D.
The shoe-phone in the show was a Brutionni size 10-D left shoe.
The shoe-phone in the show was a Gucci size 10-EE.
The shoe-phone in the show was 86's right shoe.
In the end of "Get Smart's" run, agents 99 and 86 have twins.
Which of these was not a made-for-TV movie based on the “Get Smart” series’ characters?
When 99 met 86
The Nude Bomb
86 Saves the World
In 1995 there was a very short-lived series based on “Get Smart.” Which actor starred in it?
(will not interfere with your quiz)
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