Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 17, 1966
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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Mission: Impossible (1966)

Mission: Impossible was an Elite Force of agents who were given orders by tape and were asked to do jobs that were Impossible by any other known means. The art of the Con was used time and time again, and the agents used technology, drugs, and plain greed to achieve their goals.

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07x22 Imitation Aired: Mar. 30, 1973

The Marnsburg Crown Jewels have been stolen on their way to the U.N. for display. The government of Marnsburg has kept the theft secret for now, …

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The show had 7 seasons and 171 episodes air between 1966 and 1973.

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  • This series gave Peter Lupus, who played Willy, the chance to work under his own name. Most of his previous acting career was in Europe where he played the lead role in sword and…
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    This series gave Peter Lupus, who played Willy, the chance to work under his own name. Most of his previous acting career was in Europe where he played the lead role in sword and sandal/mythological muscleman movies under the name "Rock Stevens". This also gave him a chance to act in a role that didn't rely mainly on his physique.
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  • According to Robert H. Justman in his book "Star Trek: The Real Story", this show's famous theme was not the first one written. Lalo Schifrin had written a main theme, but creator and…
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    According to Robert H. Justman in his book "Star Trek: The Real Story", this show's famous theme was not the first one written. Lalo Schifrin had written a main theme, but creator and executive producer Bruce Geller decided that it was inappropriate. Instead, Geller used some chase music Schifrin had written for the end of the first episode. That throwaway musical cue became one of the most famous and recognizable television show themes in history.
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  • For several years the series first season was not shown in syndication due to the fact that many people had grown so accustomed to Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) being the leader of the team that…
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    For several years the series first season was not shown in syndication due to the fact that many people had grown so accustomed to Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) being the leader of the team that many viewers were shocked when they saw the first season reruns with Dan Briggs (Steven Hill) as the leader of the IMF.
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