The screen test

I have vivid memories of a short-lived TV show (later the subject of a big legal battle) from 1975

Don Adams is best known as the star of the spy parody “Get Smart,” co-created by Buck Henry and Mel Brooks, in which he played the clueless agent Maxwell Smart. He was also the voice of the original animated “Inspector Gadget,” who shared Maxwell Smart’s good-natured…

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Author of “Dislike: Faith and Dialogue in the Age of Social Media,” available at http://www.lakeneuron.com/dislike

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