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KAOS is the European spy organization for which Ludwig Von Siegfried and his allies work. They are opposed by Maxwell Smart and his CONTROL agents.

Though Siegfried is by far the most often-seen "face" of KAOS, he is actually not its leader, but its vice president. The real leader of KAOS is a midget named Mr. Big, who only appeared in the pilot episode on television, and never appeared in comics.

It is never made particularly clear which country funds KAOS, although it is generally assumed that its headquarters are somewhere behind the Iron Curtain.

Nevertheless, the organization is described in several different, and potentially contradictory, ways by CONTROL. It has been called an "international crime agency" and an "international organization of evil", and has been shown to have non-European agents. Thus, it may not actually be a politically-based organization at all.

Like most features seen in Get Smart, it is evocative of an element of the James Bond universe. Its closest analogue is probably SPECTRE, rather than SMERSH.


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Get Smart (1966)

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