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Mobster Lou Merrick has collected a million dollars in blackmail from government officials, and plans to use it to buy into the Syndicate's narcotic trade. The IMF must first drug his boss Stone then convince Merrick that the paralyzed mobster is "speaking" through clairvoyant Paris, to convince Merrick to invest the million dollars in a phony drug deal they've set up.


Episode Info


Episode number: 4x7
Production Number: 404
Airdate: Sunday November 23rd, 1969



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Guest Stars
Donnelly RhodesDonnelly Rhodes
As Lou Merrick
Recurring

Co-Guest Stars
Gerald HikenGerald Hiken
As Galvin
Recurring
Ben WrightBen Wright
As Dr. Berman
Recurring
Joel LawrenceJoel Lawrence
As Carter
Recurring
Paul Stewart (1)Paul Stewart (1)
As Jonas Stone
William Bryant (1)William Bryant (1)
As Nicholson (Lee Nicholson)
Lucas WhiteLucas White
As Flynn
Alice ReinheartAlice Reinheart
As Nurse Larkin

Uncredited
Lee Duncan (1)Lee Duncan (1)
As Barney Double
Recurring
Main Cast
Peter Graves (1)Peter Graves (1)
As James Phelps
Leonard NimoyLeonard Nimoy
As The Amazing Paris
Greg MorrisGreg Morris
As Barney Collier
Peter LupusPeter Lupus
As Willy Armitage
Bob Johnson (1)Bob Johnson (1)
voiced The IMF Voice

Recap

Jim goes to a pirate ship museum on the docks and picks up his briefing from a chest. He’s informed that blackmail evidence has been engineered by Syndicate mobster Lou Merrick, who will turn it over to the Syndicate at their national convention in a week. Merrick’s boss, Jonas Stone, is holding the evidence, the aging local Syndicate chief who has been grooming Merrick as his successor. The IMF must stop Merrick and get the blackmail files...

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Episode Notes
Guest agents: Dr. Irving Berman, pharmaceutical man Thomas Galvin, Nurse Larkin, the Phillip's Maintenance Service



Episode Goofs
The character of Carson is referred to as "Carter" in the end credits.

The crossword puzzle that Carson is working on at the hospital is filled with gibberish words.


The tumblers that Barney tampers with have only four single digits.



But the dial has at least sixty numbers, and three numbers to be dialed. Which would be impossible to achieve with the internal tumblers shown.




Other Episode Crew

CreatorBruce Geller
Executive ProducerBruce Geller
ProducerStanley Kallis
Associate ProducerBarry Crane
CastingJim Merrick
Music EditorDan Carlin Sr.
HairstylistAdele Taylor (1)
Make-upRobert Dawn
Set DecoratorLucien Hafley
Production Sound MixerDominick Gaffey
Script SupervisorAlan Greedy
Production CoordinatorDale Tarter
Post Production SupervisorRobert L. Swanson  |  Paul Krasny
Supervising Sound EditorDoug Grindstaff
Re-Recording MixerGordon L. Day
Director of PhotographyKeith C. Smith
Art DirectorGibson Holley
Production ManagementBill Derwin
Special EffectsJohn Burke (3)
Costume SupervisorForrest T. Butler  |  Dodie Shepard
Main Title ThemeLalo Schifrin
Film EditorDavid Wages
Assistant DirectorGordon A. Webb
Executive Vice President In Charge Of ProductionDouglas S. Cramer
Script ConsultantPaul Playdon
Supervising Property MasterArthur Wasson
VehiclesEd Chamey
Editorial CoordinatorMike Vejar
 
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