Mission: Impossible

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Mission: Impossible is an American television series, created and initially produced by Bruce Geller, chronicling the exploits of a team of secret government agents known as the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). In the first season the team is led by... read more
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Mission: Impossible is an American television series, created and initially produced by Bruce Geller, chronicling the exploits of a team of secret government agents known as the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). In the first season the team is led by Dan Briggs, played by Steven Hill; Jim Phelps, played by Peter Graves, takes charge for the remaining seasons. Each episode opens with a fast-paced montage that unfolds as the series' theme music composed by Lalo Schifrin plays, after which in a prologue Briggs or Phelps receives his instructions from a voice delivered on a recording which then self-destructs.

Original Release

09/17/1966 on CBS

US Release

09/17/1966

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Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Break! Saturday, 16 September 1972
2 Two Thousand Saturday, 23 September 1972
3 The Deal Saturday, 30 September 1972
4 Leona Saturday, 07 October 1972
5 TOD-5 Saturday, 14 October 1972
6 Cocaine Saturday, 21 October 1972
7 Underground Saturday, 28 October 1972
8 Movie Saturday, 04 November 1972
9 Hit Saturday, 11 November 1972
10 Ultimatum Saturday, 18 November 1972
11 Kidnap Saturday, 02 December 1972
12 Crack-Up Saturday, 09 December 1972
13 The Puppet Friday, 22 December 1972
14 Incarnate Friday, 05 January 1973
15 Boomerang Friday, 12 January 1973
16 The Question Friday, 19 January 1973
17 The Fountain Friday, 26 January 1973
18 The Fighter Friday, 09 February 1973
19 Speed Friday, 16 February 1973
20 The Pendulum Friday, 23 February 1973
21 The Western Friday, 02 March 1973
22 Imitation Friday, 30 March 1973
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Directors

Reza Badiyi, Barry Crane, Paul Krasny, Lee H. Katzin, Leonard J. Horn, Leslie H. Martinson, John Llewellyn Moxey, Paul Stanley, Charles R. Rondeau, Sutton Roley, Murray Golden, Virgil W. Vogel, Alexander Singer, Gerald Mayer, Marvin J. Chomsky, Lewis Allen, Georg Fenady, Stuart Hagmann, Bernard L. Kowalski, Richard Benedict, Michael O'Herlihy, Alf Kjellin, Terry Becker, Robert Totten, Marc Daniels, Alan Greedy, Harry Harris, Herschel Daugherty, Seymour Robbie, Don McDougall, Ralph Senensky, David Lowell Rich, Sherman Marks, Don Richardson, Bruce Kessler, Joseph Pevney, Tom Gries, Robert Gist, Marc Norman, Peter Graves, Robert Butler, Robert Douglas, Leon Benson, Herb Wallerstein, Allen H. Miner, John Florea, Harry Harris

Writers

Bruce Geller, Allan Balter, William Read Woodfield, Laurence Heath, Paul Playdon, Ken Pettus, Harold Livingston, Arthur Weiss, James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca, Stephen Kandel, Leigh Vance, Howard Browne, Edward J. Lakso, Ed Adamson, Jerrold L. Ludwig, Ellis Marcus, Howard Berk, Norman Katkov, Mann Rubin, John D.F. Black, Barney Slater, Robert Lewin, James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin, Jackson Gillis, Lou Shaw, Donald James, Orville H. Hampton, Sy Salkowitz, Henry Sharp, Robert E. Thompson, Walter Brough, John T. Dugan, Judy Burns, Richard M. Sakal, Helen Hoblock Thompson, Garrie Bateson, Anthony Bowers, Douglas Weir, Edward DeBlasio, Calvin Clements Jr., Arnold Peyser, Lois Peyser, Brad Radnitz, Phyllis White, Alf Harris, Sheldon Stark, John O'Dea, Arthur Rowe, George F. Slavin, Leigh Chapman, Jerry Thomas, Rick Husky, William Wood, Robert Malcolm Young, Robert White, Julian Barry, Chester Krumholz, Nicholas E. Baehr, Judith Barrows, Robert Guy Barrows, Robert M. Young, Marc Norman, Buck Houghton, Richard Morgan, Max Hodge, David Moessinger, Daniel B. Ullman, Eric Bercovici, Jerome Ross, Shirl Hendryx, Robert Hamner, Gene R. Kearney, Robert C. Dennis

Creators

Bruce Geller

Cast

Producers

Editors

John Loeffler, David Wages, Jerry Taylor, Robert L. Swanson, Larry Strong, Robert Watts, Paul Krasny, William Cairncross, Arthur Hilton, Stanley Rabjohn, Jodie Copelan, Neil MacDonald, John A. Fegan Jr., Michael Pozen, John M. Foley, Donald R. Rode, Axel Hubert Sr., Dan Carlin Sr., Robert Totten, Larry Watson, Paul King

1973 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Drama Series - Continuing) Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Dramatic Program or Feature Length Film Made for Television, a Single Program of a Series or a Special Program Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Dramatic Program or Feature Length Film Made for Television, a Single Program of a Series or a Special Program Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Won
1971 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actress - Television Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Makeup Won
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design: For a Dramatic Program Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Any Area of Creative Technical Crafts Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Mixing Won
1969 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Male Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Program Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
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