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    Get Smart iconic Stereophonic Gun. (CBS, 1965-1970) Vintage original custom-made iconic gun prop is immediately recognizable to fans of the classic spy spoof. Constructed of cast resin and expertly assembled, studio painted and finished to appear as two revolver frames, cylinders and barrels sharing a single central grip and trigger. Measuring 9.5 x 4.5 x 6 in. Featured in the Episode: "The Day They Raided Knights", the Stereophonic Gun is a deadly new invention of the evil KAOS organization. As "Maxwell Smart" (Don Adams) and "Agent 99" (Barbara Feldon) battle KAOS to foil its plot to distribute the weapon to all of its field agents, it's discovered to the dismay of KAOS that the weapon's manufacturer mistakenly made the guns to play stereophonic music, rather than fire bullets. Originally from Ellis Props, which created and supplied props to the Emmy-winning series. In vintage very good to fine condition. This gun was exhibited at the SPY-FI Exhibit at the C.I.A., Langley, VA (2000-2001).

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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