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Mission: Impossible (1988)

Mission: Impossible (1988)


It’s a new Impossible Missions Force (IMF) team, under the leadership of old team leader Jim Phelps. The new team has some new gadgets, and an upgraded theme. But it’s still the same basic show as the original: a team of specialized American agents take on “impossible” espionage missions for the sake of their country, and if caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of them.

Team leader Phelps still gets his briefing on a self-destructing video player (upgraded from the old tape recorder). And the team still has a strong man (Max Harte), a scientific genius (Grant Collier, son of the original team’s Barney Collier), a master of disguise (Nicholas Black), and a femme fatale (Casey Randall, who later died on an assignment and was replaced by Shannon Reed).

cast photo (L to R): Terry Markwell, Antony Hamilton, Peter Graves, Phil Morris, Thaao Penghlis



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Final: 2x16 -- The Sands of Seth (Feb/24/1990)


High dignitaries of the Egyptian government are being murdered, apparently strangled by a mummy. The IMF team must stop the killings by exposing the main suspect, Selim, the curator of a museum, who is intent in reviving the glory of ancient Egypt through the cult of Seth.
Cast
Peter Graves (1)Peter Graves (1)
As Jim Phelps
Thaao PenghlisThaao Penghlis
As Nicholas Black
Antony HamiltonAntony Hamilton
As Max Harte
Phil MorrisPhil Morris
As Grant Collier
Terry MarkwellTerry Markwell
As Casey Randall (episodes 1-12)
Jane BadlerJane Badler
As Shannon Reed (episodes 13-35)
Bob Johnson (1)Bob Johnson (1)
voiced The IMF Tape Voice (uncredited)
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Recaps
2x10: For Art's Sake recap: In New York at the Manhattan Museum of Art, Daniel Travers breaks in after hours. He makes his way to a painting of Saint Marcos by Montoya, on loan from the Republic of San Marcos, and bypasses the laser security system by extending a knife blade on a cane through the grid and cutting the painting out of his frame. A security guard comes by and finds the painting missing, and Travers stabs him in the back with the same weapon. He then pulls the painting through the laser grid, rolls it up, and places it in the cane. Finally Travers removes his mask and suit, revealing a tuxedo beneath, and goes to the reception being held elsewhere in the museum. Minister Raphael Ocha is waiting for him and Travers welcomes him to New York. When Ocha asks if it it’s done, Travers flashes the blade of his cane and says that it is... read more.

1x7: The Cattle King recap: In the Australian Outback, an aborigine hunter looks on as arms dealer Douglas Matthews sells Mark II Stingers to a terrorist client. The terrorist offers 10% up front and refuses to haggle. They hear the hunter as he emerges from the forest and Matthews yells at him to run. When the hunter runs off, Matthews fires the Stinger at him, blowing up the hunger and half the cliffside. The arms dealer then demands 20% and the terrorist agrees... read more.

1x6: The Wall recap: At the Berlin Wall, Doctor Wolfgang Gerstner leads the Kleins—a father, mother, and daughter—to a nearby house and shows them a trapdoor with an underground passage going beneath the East Berlin Wall and into No Man’s Land. From there they are to proceed toward a red light on the Western side, a path that will take them safely through the minefield. The father thanks Gerstner and then leads his family out, but Colonel Josef Batz and his men are waiting for them. He places the Kleins under arrest while Gerstner watches with satisfaction... read more.

1x5: The Legacy recap: Berlin – 1945.. read more.

1x4: The Condemned recap: In Istanbul, Barney Collier, former IMF team member, is drinking at a café when the police pull up outside. Lieutenant Yusef Hamidou takes his men in and tells Barney to get up. When he refuses, the officers pull him up and Hamidou slaps him. They then take him away... read more.
Crew

Creator: Bruce Geller
Executive Producer: Michael Lake, Jeffrey M. Hayes, Michael Fisher
Co-Executive Producer: Frank Abatemarco
Supervising Producer: Frank Abatemarco
Producer: Ted Roberts
Co-Producer: Walter Brough
Associate Producer: Dean W. Barnes
Production Designer: Stewart Burnside
Editor: Pamela Malouf-Cundy

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Recurring Guests

Greg Morris as Barney Collier (3 eps)
Rod Mullinar as Conrad Drago (2 eps)
Gerard Kennedy as Usher (2 eps)
Peter Curtin as Colonel Joseph Batz (2 eps)
David Bradshaw as Ocha (2 eps)
Shane Briant as Alfred Kubler (2 eps)
Ivor Kants as Von Schau (2 eps)
Andrew Clarke as Carter (2 eps)
Patrick Francis Bishop as Prince Selimun (2 eps)
John O'Brien (2) as Major Chung (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 23, 1988
Ended: February 24, 1990
Akas
• Il ritorno di: missione impossibile (Used In Italy)
• In geheimer Mission (Used In Germany)
• Missão Impossível (Used In Brazil)
• Mission: Impossible 20 ans après (Used In France)
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