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Willy Armitage (Character)
from "Mission: Impossible" (1966)

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Willy never flinches when called upon by the Impossible Missions Force to take part in their plans... See more »
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Willy Armitage from Mission: Impossible


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  1. Mission: Irreparable (2012) Played by Michael Blair

  2. "Mission: Impossible"
        - Imitation (1973) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus
        - The Western (1973) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus
        - The Pendulum (1973) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus
        - Speed (1973) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus
        - The Fighter (1973) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus
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  1. "Pioneers of Television"
        - Crime Dramas (2011) TV episode, Played by Peter Lupus (as Willy Armitage from Mission: Impossible)
  2. Mission Impossible Versus the Mob (1969) Played by Peter Lupus

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From "Mission: Impossible: The Condemned (#2.19)" (1968)
James Phelps: The only thing at stake here is one man's life. He happens to be a friend of mine. We'll be improvising all along the way, according to what...
Barney Collier: Jim, we're wasting time.
James Phelps: Now, understand, Barney. This could be as dangerous as anything I've ever put you through.
Willy Armitage: Jim, I...
James Phelps: No, Willy, let me finish, please. The problem is purely personal. It's mine. None of you has to get involved at all.
Barney Collier: Are you finished now?
James Phelps: Yes.
Rollin Hand: Good. Jim, not often, but sometimes, you talk too much.
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