This 3-disc set includes 17 episodes, music and videos from Evolution Revolution, and other bonus features. Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp ruled the Saturday morning airwaves as an offbeat simian spy alternative to the Man from U.N.C.L.E, James Bond and Maxwell Smart. Warding off villains at every turn, Lance Link and his likeminded associates from A.P.E. (Agency to Prevent Evil), including the fetching Mata Hari, battled the masterminded evildoers Baron, the Duchess, Dr. Strangemind, Creto and other outlandish agents from CHUMP who had inevitably hatched their latest plan to imperil the world. And naturally, when not fighting evil, Lance Link would front the zany all chimp hippie band - Evolution Revolution and actually create one of the best collections of horn-laden bubble gum tunes from that era. Originally airing on ABC from 1970, to 1972 and with a nod to the hit show Get Smart, this adventure/comedy film series featured a cast of chimpanzees seemingly interacting with human voices. With tenacious effort the producers developed plots to make the dialogue coincide with lip movement from each of the chimp's mouths including ad-libbed voice-overs and out of script spontaneity to create the image of correct vocalization.