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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  • The same footage was used over and over for the beginning sequences. All that was changed was the soundtrack from the tape recorder, and the pictures that Phelps looked at.
  • When the show began, Ford was the main supplier of cars. During the later seasons, Chrysler/Dodge was the main supplier, and in the final seasons, it was Cheverolet.
  • The character played by Lynda Day George during seasons six and seven is now credited as "Lisa Casey." That name only came about as a result of the 1988-1990 sequel series, however. When…
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    The character played by Lynda Day George during seasons six and seven is now credited as "Lisa Casey." That name only came about as a result of the 1988-1990 sequel series, however. When George was brought back in 1989 in Episode 17 of the sequel series (titled "Reprisal") to play the same character she had played during the original, the creators were concerned that there might be some confusion between her character and the one played earlier during the sequel series by Terry Markwell, who had also been named "Casey." Even though Markwell's character had been killed off in Episode 12 of that season ("The Fortune"), they abruptly re-christened the original Casey as "Lisa Casey" - a name George's character had never used in any of her 41 appearances during the original run of the series.
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