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Mission Impossible, Season 1HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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In this classic TV drama, the "Impossible Missions Force" consists of a team of extraordinary spies who are experts in their fields: The Leader (Steven Hill), The Tech Expert (Greg Morris), The Muscle (Peter Lupus), The Master of Disguise (Martin Landau), and The Femme Fatale (Emmy winner Barbara Bain). Every day, this elite force risks failure, capture and death...but nothing is more important than their mission. The uncut actions keeps rolling as television's legendary operatives lead us around the globe...and to the edge of our seats!

Customer Reviews

The start of franchise...

A TV Classic from the same studio that brought you the original Star Trek series. Each week, the team has to topple a dictator, stop an arms dealer, rescue a good guy-- well, you know the drill.

They're kind of the anti-SEAL force. With cunning use of disguises, brute-strength, sexual allure, slight-of-hand, psychology, and Barney's technical wizardry, they put the wheels in motion-- forcing the bad guy to expose himself and suffer the consequences… Then they just walk away like nothing happened.

Some fun things to note…

The foreign languages they use are all made up. The signs everywhere are english-like, but with foreign characters, like "GÄZ" and my personal favorites: "FÜEL MIX: DÄNJER" and "KLÄS FYD INFÄMAT'ION"

The episodes were produced on a shoestring, and watching them back-to-back lets you see that they really did re-use quite a bit of the gadgets and sets, even the warehouse area of Desilu studios is visible. Look for the disguised "Speed Limit" signs in the international warehouse scenes.

These shows are a fun romp through the cold-war era, and I highly recommend them. Mission Impossible is one of the reasons I became an engineer as an adult.