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Paris (Character)
from "Mission: Impossible" (1966)

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  1. "Mission: Impossible"
        - The Merchant (1971) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy
        - The Party (1971) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy
        - A Ghost Story (1971) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy
        - Kitara (1971) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy
        - The Catafalque (1971) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy
          (44 more)

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From "Mission: Impossible: The Numbers Game (#4.2)" (1969)
[the team, including a Dr. Ziegler, are planning their strategy]
James Phelps: Dr. Ziegler?
Dr. Ziegler: I have arranged that, by tomorrow, General Gollan will have what appears to be a severe case of pneumonia.
James Phelps: That should make both Eva Gollan and Major Denesch, the General's aide, happy. They both want the General's wealth to fulfill their personal ambitions. All right, now, Eva has the upper hand, but her actions are going to be highly unpredictable.
Willy Armitage: I'll keep her busy, but, uh, what about Denesch?
James Phelps: He'll be watching her closely, Willy. Now, once you give her the phony bank number, she'll leave the schloss and he'll follow her.
Tracey: How will we know we have the right number, Jim?
James Phelps: The General doesn't trust his memory, Tracey, so he's put the bank number onto a computer. Only he knows how to operate it.
Paris: How much time do we have, Jim?
James Phelps: Well, the General's lawyers are to arrive at the bank in Zurich by 3:30. That means that we have to send the correct number by three o'clock, to give them time to empty his vault.
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