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Mission: Impossible (season 4)

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Mission: Impossible (season 4)
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes26
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseSeptember 28, 1969 (1969-09-28) –
March 29, 1970 (1970-03-29)
Season chronology
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Season 3
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Season 5
List of Mission: Impossible episodes

The fourth season of the original Mission: Impossible originally aired Sundays at 10:00–11:00 pm (EST) on CBS from September 28, 1969[1] to March 29, 1970.[2]

Cast

Character Actor Main Recurring
Jim Phelps Peter Graves Entire season
Paris Leonard Nimoy Entire Season
Barney Collier Greg Morris Entire Season
Willy Armitage Peter Lupus Entire Season
Tracey Lee Meriwether Episodes 2, 7, 9, 14-16

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code [3]
791"The Code"Stuart HagmannKen PettusSeptember 28, 1969 (1969-09-28)78
In order to stop an invasion and shatter an alliance between two countries, the IMF team must photograph and break a code in a matter of minutes, by mounting a chosen-plaintext attack. First appearance of Leonard Nimoy as Paris. For this season, the series does not replace Cinnamon Carter with a regular female lead, but uses a succession of guest stars.
802"The Numbers Game"Reza S. BadiyiLeigh VanceOctober 5, 1969 (1969-10-05)80
The IMF team tries to get a deposed dictator to divulge his Swiss bank account number by making him believe World War III is about to begin.
813"The Controller: Part 1"Paul KrasnyLaurence HeathOctober 12, 1969 (1969-10-12)76
Jim and a female agent pose as scientist who claim to have invented a new, more efficient drug which turns people into willing slaves. Their objective is to replace the real drug with a placebo.
824"The Controller: Part 2"Paul KrasnyLaurence HeathOctober 19, 1969 (1969-10-19)77
Continuation of previous episode.
835"Fool's Gold"Murray GoldenKen PettusOctober 26, 1969 (1969-10-26)83
Paris poses as a counterfeiter in order to get access to and destroy a safe containing 100 million drona worth of counterfeit money as well as the plates used to make it. If the counterfeit money is released then that nation's gold reserves will be depleted and the pro-Western government will be overthrown in a revolution.
846"Commandante"Barry CraneLaurence HeathNovember 2, 1969 (1969-11-02)81
Jim and Willy pose as U. S. religious workers who are willing to trade guns in exchange for the life of an imprisoned priest who is about to be executed.
857"Submarine"Paul KrasnyDonald JamesNovember 16, 1969 (1969-11-16)85
An fanatic ex-SS officer plans to fund neo-Nazis with stolen money upon his release as a prisoner. The IMF team simulates a submarine journey to trick him into divulging his Swiss bank account number. In addition to being the only person to write for both Mission: Impossible and Joe 90, this was veteran British television writer Donald James's only script for the series (and his only work for American television).
868"Mastermind"Georg FenadyTeleplay: Jerry Ludwig
Story: Jerry Ludwig and Richard Neil Morgan
November 23, 1969 (1969-11-23)79
Paris convinces a mob figure that he can read the mind of his double-crossing boss, while Barney attempts to steal an incriminating file from the boss's safe.
879"Robot"Reza S. BadiyiHoward BerkNovember 30, 1969 (1969-11-30)82
A country is unaware that its premier is long dead and has been replaced by a double (both played by Leonard Nimoy) who is about to name a successor.
8810"The Double Circle"Barry CraneJerry LudwigDecember 7, 1969 (1969-12-07)84
An art lover is made to believe he can own a priceless Buddha statue. In the meantime the IMF team tries to retrieve a formula by breaking into his impenetrable safe.
8911"The Brothers"Murray GoldenTeleplay: Leigh Vance
Story: Robert C. Dennis
December 14, 1969 (1969-12-14)86
A Middle Eastern king needs to be restored to the throne, so the IMF team simulates a kidney transplantation during which he seemingly will donate his kidney to his murderous brother.
9012"Time Bomb"Murray GoldenPaul PlaydonDecember 21, 1969 (1969-12-21)90
The IMF team must stop a terminally ill renegade Allied agent from detonating an atomic bomb in an enemy capital.
9113"The Amnesiac"Reza S. BadiyiTeleplay: Robert Malcolm Young and Ken Pettus
Story: Robert Malcolm Young
December 28, 1969 (1969-12-28)91
A stolen isotope could make atomic weapons affordable to every country in the world. Paris poses as an amnesia victim to retrieve the stolen isotope.
9214"The Falcon: Part 1"Reza S. BadiyiPaul PlaydonJanuary 4, 1970 (1970-01-04)87
The IMF team must stop an arranged wedding between the king (Noel Harrison)'s cousin Francesca (Diane Baker) and a ruthless usurper to the throne (John Vernon), and rescue the king, Francesca and the man she truly loves.
9315"The Falcon: Part 2"Reza S. BadiyiPaul PlaydonJanuary 11, 1970 (1970-01-11)88
The wedding is halted when Francesca shoots herself dead… or does she?
9416"The Falcon: Part 3"Reza S. BadiyiPaul PlaydonJanuary 18, 1970 (1970-01-18)89
The IMF launch the last stage of their plan, but time is running out… This is the series's only three-part episode.
9517"Chico"Herb WallersteinKen PettusJanuary 25, 1970 (1970-01-25)92
The IMF team plans to use a trained dog named Chico to retrieve two parts of a microfilm that, when combined, reveal a list of double agents who have infiltrated a drug cartel and who are in danger of being exposed by the microfilm.
9618"Gitano"Barry CraneLaurence HeathFebruary 1, 1970 (1970-02-01)94
Paris, Willy and guest agent Zorka (Margarita Cordova) pose as gypsies and rescue a 12-year-old king (Barry Williams). To fool his assassins, the king has to dress up like a girl.
9719"Phantoms"Marvin ChomskyLaurence HeathFebruary 8, 1970 (1970-02-08)95
Using a clever projection system a dictator is made to believe that he sees the spirits of his dead victims. He must be removed from power so a political moderate can take control of the government and stop the planned purge of the nation's pro-West artist community.
9820"Terror"Marvin ChomskyLaurence HeathFebruary 15, 1970 (1970-02-15)93
Jim and his team must infiltrate a prison to block the release of a ruthless terrorist who is about to be pardoned.
9921"Lover's Knot"Reza S. BadiyiLaurence HeathFebruary 22, 1970 (1970-02-22)96
The IMF must break a spy ring in London. Matters get complicated by the fact that Paris develops feelings for the beautiful Lady Weston, who is part of that spy ring. After that, he is cast as a jealous lover in a romantic love triangle.
10022"Orpheus"Gerald MayerPaul PlaydonMarch 1, 1970 (1970-03-01)97
The IMF team must stop an unknown assassin.
10123"The Crane"Paul KrasnyKen PettusMarch 8, 1970 (1970-03-08)99
Jim and his team rescue a prisoner and hide him at a conspicuous location right under his captors's noses. Then they use the rescue to topple the military junta that rules the nation.
10224"Death Squad"Barry CraneLaurence HeathMarch 15, 1970 (1970-03-15)100
While on holiday with Jim, Barney kills a man in self-defense and is marked for execution by the dead man's brother (Pernell Roberts), a corrupt chief of police. The IMF team must rescue Barney before it is too late. This episode is unusual in that there is no tape recording; instead the team goes on a completely personal mission to rescue Barney.
10325"The Choice"Allan Greedy (and Barry Crane)Teleplay: Ken Pettus
Story: Henry Sharp
March 22, 1970 (1970-03-22)98
A mystic (Leonard Nimoy) plans to abuse his powerful influence over a duchess to ascend to the throne.
10426"The Martyr"Virgil W. VogelKen PettusMarch 29, 1970 (1970-03-29)101
Paris poses as the son of a martyred youth leader in order to stop a dictator who plans to crush the youth movement of his country.

References

  1. ^ TV Listings for September 28, 1969
  2. ^ TV Listings for March 29, 1970
  3. ^ White, Patrick J. (1991). The Complete Mission: Impossible Dossier. New York: Avon Books. ISBN 0-380-75877-6.
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