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Gregory Tolan leads an underground cell that finances it's attempt at American revolution with robberies. The cell is one of many led by the mysterious Jonathon Brace. Jim and Dana impersonate Tolan's next two recruits and join the gang. However, when the next robbery goes wrong, they're forced to take refuge in an empty house and find a way for Brace and Tolan to make contact so they can find Brace's location.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x18
Production Number: 521
Airdate: Saturday January 30th, 1971

Guest Stars
Henry DarrowHenry Darrow
As Gregory Tolan

Co-Guest Stars
Kevin HagenKevin Hagen
As Dave Klinger
Laurence HaddonLaurence Haddon
As Lee Sheels
Douglas HendersonDouglas Henderson
As Mr. Miller (George Miller)
Pitt HerbertPitt Herbert
As Hendricks
Charles PicerniCharles Picerni
As Delgado (Juan Delgado)
Tom McDonough (1)Tom McDonough (1)
As Cabot (William Cabot)
Dick ZikerDick Ziker
As Finley
Susan OdinSusan Odin
As Grace (Grace Miller)
Tamara ElliotTamara Elliot
As Monica (Monica Anderson)
Don EdwardsDon Edwards
As Policeman

George P. WilburGeorge P. Wilbur
As Double, Phelps
Tony Brubaker (1)Tony Brubaker (1)
As Double, Barney
Main Cast
Peter Graves (1)Peter Graves (1)
As James Phelps
Leonard NimoyLeonard Nimoy
As The Amazing Paris
Lesley Ann WarrenLesley Ann Warren
As Dana Lambert
Greg MorrisGreg Morris
As Barney Collier
Peter LupusPeter Lupus
As Willy Armitage
Bob Johnson (1)Bob Johnson (1)
voiced The IMF Voice


Four men in masks break into the Westland Bank and prepare to blast the door open. Their leader, Gregory Tolan, reminds them that the money will go to funding the revolution. The explosives expert, Finley, fails to get the charge to go off, examines it, and accidentally sets it off. The vault door is blasted open and the alarm goes off. Tolan and the others confirm that Finley is dead and then gather the money and escape...

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Episode Quotes
George: Do you, uh, do you think these people are likely to damage—damage my home?
Paris: They kill, Mr. Miller. They commit arson, they blow up things, they’re liable to do almost anything. But we’ll try to make sure they don’t.
George: Oh, thank you.
Paris: Thank you and your wife for being so cooperative.

Episode Goofs
When Jim blows the lock on the armored car company's gate, it's clear that the remains are wood, not metal.

Although Paris is posing as a married man, Tolan fails to notice that the fake driver's license that Paris has lists him as unmarried.

When Paris takes the phone call, he and the IMF agent are posing as George and Grace Miller. However, he says that "Lauren" isn't feeling too well.

Despite the fact that the IMF female agent is merely posing as Grace and presumably has a real name of her own, Jim refers to her as Grace when he thanks her for her help.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorBruce Geller
Executive ProducerBruce Geller
ProducerBruce Lansbury
Associate ProducerBarry Crane
CastingJim Merrick
Music EditorDan Carlin Sr.
Music SupervisorKenyon Hopkins
HairstylistAdele Taylor
Make-upRobert Dawn
Set DecoratorLucien Hafley
Property MasterRobert O. Richards
Production Sound MixerDominick Gaffey
Script SupervisorBarbara Atkinson
Production CoordinatorMike Jarvis  |  Dale Tarter
Post Production SupervisorJohn A. Fegan Jr.  |  William O. Cairncross
Re-Recording MixerJoel Moss
Director of PhotographyRonald W. Browne
Art DirectorGibson Holley
Production ManagementGordon A. Webb
Sound EditorFrank R. White
Special EffectsJohn Burke (3)
Costume SupervisorMichael Tierney  |  Dodie Schaefer
Main Title ThemeLalo Schifrin
Film EditorJerry Taylor (2)
Assistant DirectorMichael P. Schoenbrun
Story ConsultantLaurence Heath
Executive Vice President In Charge Of ProductionDouglas S. Cramer
VehiclesEd Chamey
Editorial CoordinatorLarry L. Mills
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