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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

17 September 1966
Dan Briggs apparently rejoins the Impossible Missions Force after some sort of sabbatical. His recorded instructions include the words, "Welcome back, Dan. It's been some time." Briggs assembles a team that includes a master of disguise, a femme fatale, an electronics whiz, an incredibly strong man and a safecracker. Briggs will need all their skills to steal two atomic bombs from a hostile South American country.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand / General Rio Dominguez

Wally Cox ... Terry Targo
Harry Davis ... Alisio
Paul Micale ... Desk Clerk
Patrick Campbell ... Day Vault Clerk
Fred Villani ... Night Vault Clerk (as Fredric Villani)
Joseph Breen ... Loft Manager (as Joe Breen)
Josh Adams ... New Guard (uncredited)
Makee K. Blaisdell ... Soldier (uncredited)
Sondra Blake ... Girl Clerk (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Waiter (uncredited)
Vic Dunlop ... Head Waiter (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Voice on Record (uncredited)

Charles McQuary ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Noble "Kid" Chissell ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Eddie Paskey ... Man Taking Suitcase from Safe (uncredited)
David Renard ... TV Floorman (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Border Guard (uncredited)
Tony Urchel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Martin Walker ... Lobby Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Memory

24 September 1966
The IMF's target is Janos Karq, a top official of an unnamed Soviet Bloc country. Briggs enlists the help of Joseph Baresh, an alcoholic performer who has a photographic memory. Baresh will pose as an agent code-named Sparrow, who has never been apprehended by the authorities of Karq's country. (The real Sparrow has died, a fact not generally known.) The idea is that Baresh will be captured and provide information implicating Karq as a traitor. Barney, Cinnamon and Willy, along with Briggs, will engage in an unsuccessful (and fake) attempt to free Sparrow. That move will encourage the authorities to believe Baresh's story, ensuring Karq's demise. But Baresh gets a look at a list of agents in the employ of Karq's nation. Now, Briggs must stage a second escape attempt, this time for real. Rollin Hand, initially passed over for this mission, will play a small, but vital, role.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Albert Paulsen ... Joseph Baresh

Leonard Stone ... Dimitri Soska
Eddie Carroll ... Street Photographer
William Keene ... Janos Karq
Heinz Brinkmann ... 1st Guard (as Heinz Brinkman)
Gene Dynarski ... Sgt. of Guard
Robert Board ... 2nd Guard (uncredited)
Forrest Burns ... First Security (uncredited)
Paul Busch ... Jeep Guard (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Fireman (uncredited)
Horst Ebersberg ... Guard (uncredited)
Donald Journeaux ... Passport Clerk (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Second Security (uncredited)
John Magnusson ... Policeman (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Fireman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Operation Rogosh

1 October 1966
Rogosh is an operative for a country hostile to the United States. When he strikes, he typically leaves dozens, if not hundreds, of bodies in his wake. Rogosh has been spotted in Los Angeles. But he will not crack under normal interrogation methods. Briggs comes up with an unusual plan. The IMF stages an accident where pedestrian Rogosh is struck by a car. When he awakes, he appears to be in a prison in his home country -- three years later.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Fritz Weaver ... Imre Rogosh
Allen Joseph ... The Doctor (as Allan Joseph)
Charles Maxwell ... Lazloff
James Lanphier ... Klimi
Svea Grunfeld ... Woman Judge
Gene Coogan ... Guard (uncredited)
Howard Curtis ... Ambulance Driver (uncredited)
Dina Harmsen ... Matron (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Judge (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Old Man Out: Part 1

8 October 1966
An elderly cardinal has been taken prisoner by an Eastern European country because the clergyman is a leader of the political opposition. He is being held in a prison where no escape has ever occurred. Briggs recruits an old flame who is also a trapeze artist. She accompanies Briggs and the IMF, who pose as a small circus. The "circus" has set up in a park that is next to the prison. Rollin, posing as a member of the circus, is arrested after stealing the wallet of an audience member. Rollin is taken to the prison has manages to smuggle in a lock-pick that enables him to exit his cell. The IMF operative manages to get to the cardinal to warn him to expect an escape attempt, with the circus providing a distraction. But, as the escape attempt unfolds, the cardinal is gone from his cell -- he has been taken to solitary confinement and will be executed within a day or two.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Mary Ann Mobley ... Crystal Walker
Cyril Delevanti ... Cardinal Vossek

Joseph Ruskin ... Colonel Scutari
Oscar Beregi Jr. ... The Commandant (as Oscar Beregi)
William Wintersole ... The Captain

Monte Markham ... Tosk
Chris Anders ... Special Guard (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Crowd Member (uncredited)

Jon Cedar ... Second Guard (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Eddie Durkin ... Maintenance Man (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
George Margo ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Noble "Kid" Chissell ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Norbert Siegfried ... Officer (uncredited)
Jon Silo ... Pick Pocket Victim (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Old Man Out: Part 2

15 October 1966
The IMF breaks off its attempt to free an elderly cardinal. Now, Briggs & Co. must regroup and Briggs must alter his plans. On top of that, a colonel in the unnamed Eastern European country is becoming suspicious of the IMF's "circus." Briggs manages to use the man's suspicions to the IMF's advantage. Crystal, the trapeze artist recruited by Briggs, performs a dangerous diversion while Briggs and Rollin attempt to free the cardinal.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Mary Ann Mobley ... Crystal Walker
Cyril Delevanti ... Cardinal Vossek

Joseph Ruskin ... Colonel Scutari
Oscar Beregi Jr. ... The Commandant (as Oscar Beregi)
William Wintersole ... The Captain

Monte Markham ... Tosk
Chris Anders ... Special Guard (uncredited)

Jon Cedar ... Second Guard (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Eddie Durkin ... Maintenance Man (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
George Margo ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Noble "Kid" Chissell ... Guard (uncredited)
Norbert Siegfried ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Odds on Evil

22 October 1966
A prince, the absolute ruler of a principality, has $1.5 million which he plans to use for arms to wage war on a neighboring, oil-rich country. Briggs devices a scheme that involves breaking the bank of the prince's casino. First, the IMF will utilize a computer to take $200,000 at roulette. That will provide the stake the IMF needs to take the prince at a high-stakes game of baccarat.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Nico Minardos ... Andre Malif

Nehemiah Persoff ... Prince Iben Kostas
Vincent Van Lynn ... Oliver Borgman

Lawrence Montaigne ... Kostas's Aide

Joe E. Tata ... Roulette Croupier (as Joey Tata)
Roger Til ... Baccarat Croupier
Alex Bookston ... Man in Arcade
Greg Benedict ... Karl
Nick Borgani ... Gambler (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Gambler (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Dealer (uncredited)
John Burnside ... Gambler (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Gambler (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Gambler (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Dealer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Wheels

29 October 1966
The IMF Team is tasked to "unfix" a crooked election by thwarting plans to use a crooked voting machine in a crucial voting district in a South American country. "The Wheels" are the tally counters in the voting machine

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand / Miguel Cordova
Percy Rodrigues ... Captain Trez (as Percy Rodriguez)

Mark Lenard ... Felipe Mora
Jonathan Kidd ... The Registrar
David Fresco ... The Libertadist
Edmund Tontini ... The Nationalist
Tom Hernández ... The Desk Sergeant (as Tom Hernandez)
Mario Badolati ... Dr. Brosa (uncredited)
Paul Bertoya ... Young Man (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Guard (uncredited)
James J. Casino ... Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Dianna Denning ... Young Woman (uncredited)
Larry Gelman ... Voter (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joe Lo Presti ... Mechanic (uncredited)

Perry Lopez ... Priest (uncredited)
Ray Martel ... Policeman (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Weapons Guard (uncredited)
Roy N. Sickner ... Guard (uncredited)
Tony Urchel ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Ransom

5 November 1966
Egan, a criminal, has kidnapped the daughter of a friend of Briggs. One of Egan's confederates will testify against him the next day before a grand jury. Egan's message to Briggs is clear: exchange the witness for his friend's daughter. At this point, Briggs's friend doesn't even know his daughter has been abducted. Briggs begins an emergency operation in which the IMF will snatch the witness out of a heavily guarded hotel room. But Briggs is determined that Egan won't get a chance to kill the witness.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Lin McCarthy ... George Forrester

William Smithers ... Frank Egan

Joe Mantell ... Augie Gorman
Allen Joseph ... Dr. Green
Cheryl Callaway ... Sandy
Walter Mathews ... The Detective
Don Marshall ... The Police Officer
Michael Barrier ... The Intern

Jack Donner ... Driver (uncredited)
Dina Harmsen ... Nurse (uncredited)
Ted Jordan ... Gunman (uncredited)
Richard Mansfield ... Orderly (uncredited)
Dick Merrifield ... Orderly / intern (at 30') (uncredited)
Eddie Paskey ... Steve (uncredited)

Vic Tayback ... Egan's Goon (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: A Spool There Was

12 November 1966
Rollin Hand and Cinnamon Carter are sent on a mission to locate and retrieve a wire recording, which was hidden by an agent fleeing from guards in such a clever way that no one has been able to find it.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier (credit only)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Richard Devon ... Inspector Gulik
Warren Vanders ... Holbeck
Michael Shea ... Pieter Stakovar
Curt Lowens ... Daglieri
Eric Lord ... The Concessionaire
Lynn Wood ... The Mother
Todd Martin ... The Father
Arline Anderson ... Housekeeper (uncredited)
Ben Astar ... Diplomat (uncredited)

Harry Basch ... Konya (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Soldier (uncredited)
Gene Coogan ... Soldier (uncredited)
Horst Ebersberg ... Rissko (uncredited)
Louie Elias ... Soldier on Patrol (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Gene LeBell ... Sudow (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Carriers

19 November 1966
Two-hundred trainees are learning how to act like typical Americans in an enemy plot that involves bacterial warfare. Four IMF agents infiltrate this group and wind up in a recreation of a typical American town.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

George Takei ... Roger Lee
Arthur Hill ... Janos Passik
Phil Posner ... Portisch
Barry Cahill ... Guard
Rick Traeger ... Instructor
Barry Russo ... Tiso Kastner
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Beatriz Monteil ... Dancer (uncredited)
Eddie Paskey ... Steve (uncredited)
Rick Richards ... Trainee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Zubrovnik's Ghost

26 November 1966
Rollin Hand and Barney Collier are sent to investigate the case of a female scientist who believes her dead husband's ghost is giving her orders on how to complete her important work.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Martine Bartlett ... Ariana Domi
Donald Davis ... Sigismund Poljac

Beatrice Straight ... Dr. Martha Richards Zubrovnik
Frank Oberschall ... Kroger
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Fakeout

3 December 1966
The IMF's target is Poltroni, an international drug dealer. Poltroni, alias Ted Carson, is in a country with no extradition treaty with the United States. Briggs devises a plan to lure Poltroni to a neighboring country where he can be arrested and sent to the U.S. To execute the scheme, Barney will have to fight for his life against one of Poltroni's thugs while Cinammon will be bait for Poltroni. Also, getting Poltroni to the border won't be easy. It's about 100 miles away.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Lloyd Bridges ... Anastas Poltroni aka Ted Carson

Sid Haig ... Hidalgo
Alberto Monte ... The Attendant
Ken Renard ... The Assistant Manager
Richard Angarola ... The Policeman
Eliezer Behar ... Aniso (uncredited)
Dehl Berti ... Young Zookeeper (uncredited)

Lee Delano ... First Cop (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Gary Lasdun ... Zack (uncredited)
Monte Mansfield ... Paolo (uncredited)
Kathleen O'Malley ... Researcher (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Steward (uncredited)
Mike Steele ... Holloway (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Elena

10 December 1966
Rollin Hand is sent to investigate the case of a beautiful Latin American spy who has suddenly started to act suspiciously. Is she still on the right side - and is she losing her sanity?

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier (credit only)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Barry Atwater ... Dr. Carlos Enero

BarBara Luna ... Elena Maria Del Barra (as Barbara Luna)

Abraham Sofaer ... Tomas de Cuarto
Ben Hammer ... Callao
Renzo Cesana ... Gustavo Fortuna
Ann Ayars ... Señora Del Barra
Valentin de Vargas ... Miguel de Ramos (as Valentin DeVargas)
Makee K. Blaisdell ... Morrito (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Kent ... Frederico (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Short Tail Spy

17 December 1966
Cinnamon does her job all too well when the latest mission requires her to feign love for a vain assassin. Meanwhile, Briggs and Barney work to get an over-the-hill terrorist out of the way.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Albert Dekker ... Colonel Shtemenko

Eric Braeden ... Andrei Fetyakov (as Hans Gudegast)

Joseph Sirola ... Suverin (as Joe Sirola)
Edward Colmans ... Professor Napolsky
Frank Baker ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph Breen ... Projectionist (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Legacy

7 January 1967
The IMF must thwart four young Nazis from claiming Hitler's fortune, which they plan to use to finance a Fourth Reich.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Donald Harron ... Ernst Graff
Lee Bergere ... Alfred Kuderlee
Bill Fletcher ... Brucker
Claude Woolman ... Paul von Schneer
Patrick Horgan ... Wolfe
John Crawford ... Dr. Lubell
Walter Friedel ... Lt. Euler
Richard Peel ... Guide
Karl Bruck ... Attendant (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Reluctant Dragon

14 January 1967
The IMF seeks to smuggle an important scientist, with the help of his wife, out from behind the Iron Curtain. They discover belatedly that he doesn't want to leave.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Joseph Campanella ... Dr. Helmut Cherlotov

John Colicos ... Commissioner Taal Jankowski

Mala Powers ... Dr. Karen Cherlotov

Michael Forest ... Lupesh
Elisa Ingram ... Sophia
Alex Rodine ... Duchinoff
Norbert Schiller ... Lauchek
Norbert Meisel ... Berkov
Allen Bleiweiss ... Lukowski
Robert Boon ... Kravetsky
Felix Locher ... Yablonski
Frank Baker ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Howard Curtis ... Man (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Frank Kreig ... Bartender (uncredited)
Judy Levitt ... Girl (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Lab Worker (uncredited)
Maria Schroeder ... Carla (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Frame

21 January 1967
The Impossible Missions Force mixes dinner and danger at a crime czar's private party. Jack Wellman has arranged the deaths of four Government officials so he can fill the vacancies with men he controls.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Trial

28 January 1967
Briggs poses as an American tourist and subjects himself to a show trial in order to discredit a public prosecutor attempting to seize absolute power in his country.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier (credit only)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Carroll O'Connor ... Josef Varsh
David Opatoshu ... Deputy Premiere Anton Kudnov

Michael Strong ... Barsky
Gail Kobe ... Lisa Goren

Don Keefer ... Zubin
Ivan Triesault ... Plantinov

Paul Lukather ... Moisev
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Diamond

4 February 1967
Briggs and company pretend to have found a means of synthesizing diamonds in order to con a dictator out of a priceless uncut diamond that will finance his government and secure his power.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
John Van Dreelen ... Prime Minister Henrik Durvard (as John van Dreelen)
Harry Davis ... Hans Van Meer

Woodrow Parfrey ... Henks
Peter Bourne ... Peters
Ivor Barry ... Ian McCloud
George DeNormand ... Prospective Buyer (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Jason Johnson ... Proprietor (uncredited)
Gilchrist Stuart ... Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Legend

11 February 1967
The IMF team infiltrates a top-secret meeting of Nazis in South America and is shocked to learn that their leader is the legendary war criminal Martin Bormann.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Gunnar Hellström ... Frederick Rudd (as Gunnar Hellstrom)
Gene Roth ... General von Cramm
Ben Wright ... Kleister
Paul Genge ... Frick
Larry J. Blake ... Eckhart (as Larry Blake)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Lou Robb ... Second Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Snowball in Hell

18 February 1967
Barney faces the cat o' nine tails and a cruel ex-guard at a former penal colony as the other IMF members work to trick the sadist out of a cheap substance that can be used for nuclear weapons.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Ricardo Montalban ... Gerard Sefra
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Raff (as Warren Kemmerling)
Émile Genest ... Dr. Kronen (as Emile Genest)

Steven Marlo ... Faud

John Garwood ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Confession

25 February 1967
A Communist Bloc operative has been arrested for the assassination of U.S. Senator William Townsend. Briggs & Co.'s mission is to prove the operative did NOT kill the senator on behalf of his government. The prime suspect is businessman R.J. McMillian, Townsend's primary backer. The Secretary believes McMillian killed Townsend to create a martyr and to create momentum for a preemptive war with the Soviet Bloc. Briggs concocts an elaborate scheme which calls for Rollin to play the role of a con who springs the operative from jail, Cinammon to pretend to be a journalist and Briggs himself to pose as a painter. But, at the climatic moment, there's a twist that even Briggs doesn't anticipate.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Pat Hingle ... R.J. McMillan

David Sheiner ... Andreas Solowiechek
Kent Smith ... Senator William Townsend
James Gavin ... Deputy

Biff Elliot ... Guard
Robert Williams ... Proprietor (as Robert B. Williams)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Action!

4 March 1967
Miklos Klaar runs a movie studio in the Communist Bloc. He is preparing a film, combining documentary footage with scenes he has shot on a sound stage, to make it appear U.S. troops have committed an atrocity. The Impossible Missions Force -- minus Dan Briggs, who is absent this episode -- runs a typically complicated operation. First, the IMF will ruin Klaar's existing film and negative, forcing him to do a re-shoot. Next, the IMF's plan calls for publicly ruining Klaar just as he's at his moment of triumph.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs (credit only)

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand
Tom Troupe ... David Day

J.D. Cannon ... Miklos Klaar
Julian Burton ... Petyov
Eric Feldary ... Assistant Director
Alfred Shelly ... Gate Guard
Arline Anderson ... Receptionist
Leon Alton ... Reporter (uncredited)
Helen Boll ... First Floor Guard (uncredited)
Mark De Vries ... Messenger (uncredited)
Harold Dyrenforth ... Sokoloff (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Reporter (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Reporter (uncredited)
Peter Tenen ... Third Floor Guard (uncredited)
Fred Villani ... George Bengst (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Train

18 March 1967
The dying leader of a European nation has a protégé ready to assume power. What the leader doesn't know is his protégé has plans to crack down on liberty and execute his enemies. Briggs, in addition to his normal IMF operatives, enlists the help of a physician and an Academy Award-winning art director, as part of his plan. Eventually, the IMF runs an elaborate con, including a phony train ride, aimed at causing the protégé to show his true intentions.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

William Windom ... Deputy Premier Milos Pavel

Rhys Williams ... Prime Minister Ferenc Larya

William Schallert ... Dr. Harrison Selby
Noah Keen ... Gen. Androv

Richard Bull ... Oliver Donovan
Booth Colman ... Dr. Huss
Ray Baxter ... Conductor (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Prokop ... Guard (uncredited)
Don Sherman ... Technician (uncredited)
Kris Tel ... Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Shock

25 March 1967
Wilson, a U.S. ambassador stationed in a neutral country, has been abducted by an intelligence operative of an Eastern Bloc nation. An impostor has been put in Wilson's place. Briggs & Co. have a short amount of time to get Wilson back and foil whatever plot is underway. The IMF, in turn, abducts the impostor. A disguised Briggs takes his place. The impostor, Josef Gord, awakens to find himself in an IMF-manufactured mental hospital. The question is whether the IMF can break him in time to save Wilson.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

James Daly ... Carl Wilson / Josef Gort

Sorrell Booke ... Peter Kiri
Stanley Waxman ... Jonathan Davis
Pat Michenaud ... Duv (as Patrick Michenaud)
Jean-Michel Michenaud ... Fydor (as Gerald Michenaud)
Vic Perrin ... Dr. Ira Drake
Leon Alton ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Dean Cromer ... Stephen Droker (uncredited)
Donald Ein ... Waiter (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: A Cube of Sugar

1 April 1967
A U.S. intelligence operative, posing as a jazz musician, has been captured behind the Iron Curtain. In his possession is a new micro circuit hidden in one of several sugar cubes soaked in psychedelic drugs. Briggs devises a plan where Rollin will be arrested and put in the same prison. To execute the plan, Rollin will need to shed a straight jacket and inject the arrested intelligence agent with a drug making it appear he has died. Barney, Willy and Cinammon will also play key roles in the IMF leader's plan.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Francis Lederer ... Senko Brobin
Jack Denbo ... Deane (as Jacques Denbeaux)
Lou Robb ... The Doctor
Max Kleven ... The Attendant
Joyce Easton ... The Clerk
Kurt Kreuger ... Polya
Rico Cattani ... Workman (uncredited)
Eric Forst ... Policeman (uncredited)
Sharon Garrett ... Dancer (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Traitor

15 April 1967
A U.S. intelligence operative has defected to an Eastern Bloc country and is currently housed at that nation's embassy in Washington. Briggs devises a plan in which a contortionist is needed to navigate through the ventilation system of the embassy and break into a top-security portion of the facility. What's more, Rollin will pose as an official of the nation while Barney, Willy and Cinnamon also play key roles.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Eartha Kitt ... Tina Mara

Malachi Throne ... Ambassador Brazneck
Lonny Chapman ... Edward Hughes
Frank Marth ... Koler
Paul Sorensen ... First Floor Guard
Socrates Ballis ... Maintenance Man
Ed McCready ... Teletype Clerk
Michael Rye ... The Real Belson
Walter Alzmann ... Foyer Guard (uncredited)
Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Officer (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Psychic

22 April 1967
Cinnamon poses as a psychic as part of a typically complicated plan devised by Briggs. The IMF's target is a U.S. businessman who has fled to South America, where he can't be touched legally. He has taken control of a company that holds patents vital to U.S. security interests. The businessman intends to sell the patents to an intelligence operative of an Eastern Bloc nation. The IMF intends to get control of the company back from the businessman. The plan calls for Rollin to impersonate a gangster, Barney to use slight of hand and the help of a respected judge.

Steven Hill ... Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barry Sullivan ... Alex Lowell
Milton Selzer ... January Vornitz

Richard Anderson ... Judge Wilson Chase
Paul Mantee ... Byron Miller

Michael Pataki ... Ed
Rita D'Amico ... Girl at Party
Eric Mason ... Man at Party

Shepherd Sanders ... Politician (as Shep Sanders)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Butler (uncredited)
Jay Ose ... Dealer (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Widow

10 September 1967
Jim Phelps is the new leader of the Impossible Missions Force, with no explanation, or even reference made, about the departure of predecessor Dan Briggs. First up for Phelps is a mission involving the drug trade. Cresnik and Walters have cornered the heroin market and sell it at a handsome profit to gangs around the world. Phelps devises an operation which will drive a wedge between the heroin dealers and their customers.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

William Windom ... Alex Cresnic
Joe Maross ... Mark Walters
George Tyne ... Dr. Premel
John Orchard ... Maharis
Britt Lomond ... Thornton
Howard Beckler ... Narcotic Dealer (uncredited)
Walt Davis ... Beatty (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Simms (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Trek

17 September 1967
Jack Cole was arrested and imprisoned for stealing art treasures of a Latin nation. The mission for Phelps and his crew is to get the precious objects back. But that won't be easy. Cole is being tortured by the colonel who heads the prison -- and the colonel is a traitor who wants the treasure for himself. The IMF plans calls for playing the two men, each deadly, off each other. A further complication occurs as Cole begins to go blind after being forced to stare at the sun as part of being tortured.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Dan O'Herlihy ... Jack Cole (as Daniel O'Herlihy)

Mark Lenard ... Col. Luis Cardoza

Michael Pate ... Gen. Diaz

Jack Donner ... Bob Field

Lev Mailer ... Sergeant (as Ralph Maurer)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Alfred Shelly ... Guard #1 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Survivors

24 September 1967
An enemy agent has kidnapped two scientists and their wives and is holding them in San Francisco. He wants a third scientist, who can help develop an "ultimate weapon." Phelps devises a plan where he'll pose as the scientist being sought and the rest of the IMF fakes an earthquake.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Albert Paulsen ... Eric Stavak

Lawrence Dane ... Dr. Anton Yubov
John McLiam ... Dr. Wilson Cardel
Angela Clarke ... Nancy Stoner

Nancy Jeris ... Emily Cardel
Bob Homel ... Kopik (as Robert Homel)
Marc Grady Adams ... Minister (as Marc Adams)
William Sargent ... Dr. Edward Stoner [in credits Dr. Cardel] (as Bill Sargent)
Jack Carol ... Driver #1 (uncredited)

Win De Lugo ... Policeman (uncredited)
Brett Dunham ... Driver #2 (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Policeman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Policeman (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Bank

1 October 1967
Belzig, head of a bank in East Berlin, tricks unwary people anxious to escape to the West that he will help them. Instead, he steals their money and kills them. He is amassing a fortune to launch a new Nazi movement. The mission for Phelps and the IMF is to put him out of business. Belzig keeps the stolen money in the high-security vault of his own bank. The vault also has a passageway. Belzig tells his victims to stay to the left and they'll find freedom. Instead they end up falling to their deaths. Phelps devises a plan where that passageway will be Belzig's undoing.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

James Daly ... Alfred Belzig
Pierre Jalbert ... Paul Lebarre
Gene Dynarski ... Kutler
Ray Baxter ... Professor Henks
Julian Burton ... Captain Heindorf
Kurt Landen ... Vitter
Sacha Berger ... Secretary (as Sasha Berger)
Richard Anders ... Bank Guard (uncredited)
Robert Board ... Bank Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Kris Tel ... Vault Clerk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Slave: Part 1

8 October 1967
The Impossible Missions Force takes on the absolute ruler of a Middle East nation who is running a secret slave market. Barney poses as a slave, part of an effort to construct a replica of the slave cells, before escaping. Phelps poses as a slave trader and Rollin as an Interpol investigator. Finally, Cinnamon will be the bait for the trap. The ruler of the country has a brother who married a British wife, Amara. The brother, if he assumed power, would abolish slavery in the country -- but he has accepted assurances that slavery doesn't exist there. As part of the plan, Willy abducts Amara and she is put in the IMF replica of the slave cell.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Joseph Ruskin ... King Ibn Borca
Percy Rodrigues ... Jara (as Percy Rodriguez)

Warren Stevens ... Karl de Groot

Antoinette Bower ... Amara

Steve Franken ... Akim Hadramut
David Mauro ... Prince Fasar

Sid Haig ... Musha
Peter Lorre Jr. ... Kadi
Abdullah Abbas ... Customer at Jara's (uncredited)
John Arndt ... Guard (uncredited)
Jan Arvan ... Auctioneer (uncredited)
Kanan Awni ... Guard (uncredited)
Socrates Ballis ... Sheikh (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Slave: Part 2

15 October 1967
Phelps & Co. continue their plan to smash the renegade slavery operation of the absolute ruler of a Middle Eastern nation. Phelps, posing as a slave trader, works his way into the confidence of the ruler. In that role, Phelps "sells" Cinnamon into slavery. Meanwhile, the rest of the IMF team is preparing to pull a switch that will force the ruler's brother to confront the situation and force the end of slavery in his nation.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Joseph Ruskin ... King Ibn Borca
Percy Rodrigues ... Jara (as Percy Rodriguez)

Warren Stevens ... Karl de Groot

Antoinette Bower ... Amara

Steve Franken ... Akim Hadramut
David Mauro ... Prince Fasar

Sid Haig ... Musha
Peter Lorre Jr. ... Kadi
Michael St. Clair ... Shah
John Arndt ... Guard (uncredited)
Jan Arvan ... Auctioneer (uncredited)
Kanan Awni ... Guard (uncredited)
Socrates Ballis ... Sheikh (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Operation 'Heart'

22 October 1967
Cinnamon poses as the wife of an archaeologist with a serious heart condition. He needs to be rescued, and an assassination plot needs to be foiled.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Pernell Roberts ... President Beyron Rurich

Michael Strong ... Stephan Gomalk
Michael Fox ... Dr. Levya
Peter Coe ... Kramer
Aaron Fletcher ... Professor William Bennett
Robert Karnes ... Dr. Owen Siebert
Arline Anderson ... Clerk (uncredited)
Allen Bleiweiss ... Employee (uncredited)
Helen Boll ... Nurse (uncredited)
Svea Grunfeld ... Doctor (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Joe Ryan ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Money Machine

29 October 1967
The IMF's target is DuBruis, a corrupt financial speculator in an African nation. Phelps & Co. get DuBruis's attention with counterfeit money, virtually the same as the nation's currency except for the quality of the paper. The elaborate game plan calls for Cinnamon to tempt DuBruis with supposed insider information about a mining company and Phelps and Rollin posing as criminals who've developed computerized counterfeiting. Barney is also on hand to make the "computer" work.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Brock Peters ... Walter DuBruis
Michael Shillo ... Raf Tagoor
Davis Roberts ... Anton Bouchet
Rockne Tarkington ... Paul Giroux
John Copage ... Valet (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Seal

5 November 1967
Taggert, a U.S. industrialist, has acquired a jade figure, which has great religious significance to Kuala Rokat. That nation is a small but strategically located nation which borders China. Taggert's acquisition threatens to undo years of sensitive U.S. diplomacy but there is no legal way to force him to give the figure back. Phelps devises a plan which, among other things, calls for causing havoc with Taggert's mainframe computer, Rollin impersonating an academic from Kuala Rokat and using a highly trained cat in getting the jade away from Taggert.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Darren McGavin ... J. Richard Taggart
Mort Mills ... William Conway
Joan Tompkins ... Miss Putnam
Russ Bender ... Duty Guard
Pete Kellett ... Guard
Robert Board ... Paramedic in the Lift (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Charity

12 November 1967
The Hagars (Fritz Weaver and Hazel Court), a married couple, collect money for charity, but keep it for themselves in the form of platinum bars they keep hidden under their pool table. Phelps and his "Impossible Mission Force" must retrieve the platinum and put an end to the Hagars' scam once and for all.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Fritz Weaver ... Erik Hagar

Hazel Court ... Catherine Hagar
J.P. Burns ... Mr. Beruch
Lilyan Chauvin ... Mrs. Beruch
Jean Del Val ... Mr. Wolf
Linda Sue Risk ... Rene
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Kreuger (uncredited)
Don Gazzaniga ... Border Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Roger Til ... Butler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Council: Part 1

19 November 1967
A top mob leader, Frank Wayne, is endangering the U.S. economy. Phelps's plan attacks Wayne on various fronts. First the IMF watches as Jimmy Bibo, one of Wayne's associates is forced to dig his own grave. The IMF has a doctor ready to revive Bibo -- if Wayne's killer leaves the scene in time. Second, Phelps has a cover as an ambitious prosecutor on Wayne's trail. Finally, Rollin is ready to take Wayne's place. But once Rollin has made the switch, other mob bosses want "Wayne" to leave the country -- which will ruin the complicated plan.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Council: Part 2

26 November 1967
IMF agent Rollin Hand, impersonating mobster Frank Wayne, has a counter-proposal for the other mob bosses. He says he'll undergo plastic surgery to look like a different man. In comes Cinnamon. In reality, she is undoing Rollin's makeup; she can afford no mistakes because the other mob bosses are watching the entire time. Meanwhile, a doctor working for the IMF is performing plastic surgery on the real Wayne -- making him to look like Rollin. All of this is part of Phelps's plan aimed at getting access to Wayne's records. But Phelps himself will face an attempted hit before the mission can be concluded.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Astrologer

3 December 1967
An opposition leader of an Eastern Bloc nation has been captured by the chief of the country's secret police. Also seized was microfilm with a list of people who secretly support the opposition. Phelps develops a plan that plays upon the astrology obsession the nation's leader has. Cinnamon poses as a famous astrologer while Barney and Rollin will have to operate from the cargo compartment of a plane transporting the captured opposition leader.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Steve Ihnat ... Col. Alex Stahl
David Hurst ... Victor Grigov
Robert Tiedemann ... Automaton (as Bob Tiedemann)
Ed McCready ... Steward
Jennifer Bishop ... Hostess (as Barbara Bishop)
Don Hanmer ... Trubner
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Echo of Yesterday

10 December 1967
Cinnamon works to stop a munitions magnate who is supplying arms to neo-nazis. She reawakens memories of his late wife, who was murdered by Hitler.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier (credit only)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Otto Kelmann

Eric Braeden ... Col. Markus von Frank (as Hans Gudegast)
Richard Morrison ... Karl

Greg Mullavey ... Heinz (as Gregory Mullavy)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Photographer

17 December 1967
The team's latest mission has them trying to root out a network of spies, who were brought in by an American photographer. Problem is the code that he and his handlers communicate with unbreakable. So they devise a plan to get him to reveal the method of decoding his communications. And their plan has him asking for Cinnamon to pose for him. And during their photo shoot she displays knowledge of bio chemistry which the photographer decides to exploit.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Anthony Zerbe ... David Redding

John Randolph ... Alex Morley

Kathleen Hughes ... Fran Williams
Ludmila ... Mandy
Josh Adams ... Young Man (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Spy

7 January 1968
The exact rendering of a map is duplicated in order to fool a female spy. It's the second part of an overlay that details NATO's missile defense system.

Season 2, Episode 17: A Game of Chess

14 January 1968
The IMF's target is an international chess grandmaster who also is planning to steal gold seized from the opposition movement of an unnamed Soviet Bloc country. Rollin poses as an amateur chess player, helped by a computer Barney is running that is unbeatable at chess. The plan, devised by Phelps, also calls for a devious way of snatching the gold from both the chess player and the authorities.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Don Francks ... Nicholas Groat
Curt Lowens ... Captain Stevya
Lou Robb ... Clerk
Jason Johnson ... Referee
Will J. White ... Sergeant
Michele Guarini ... Opponent (as Michael Guarini)
William Wintersole ... Mueller
Robert Board ... Chess Spectator (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Match Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Emerald

21 January 1968
An emerald, with vital U.S. security information attached and hidden on it, has fallen into the hands of an arms dealer. What's more, a Soviet Bloc agent is determined to secure the emerald. Both will be on a cruise ship. Phelps and the IMF must both get the emerald and neutralize the opposition agent. Phelps' plan involves a high stakes poker game utilizing Barney's technology and Rollin's sleight of hand. But that's only the beginning.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

William Smithers ... Victor Tomar

Michael Strong ... Yorgi Petrosian
Claude Woolman ... Williams
Francisco Ortega ... Joshu (as Francisco Ortego)
Jack Denbo ... Steward (as Jacques Denbeaux)
A.G. Vitanza ... Purser
Albert Carrier ... Captain
Tom Curtis ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Albert D'Arno ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Walter Linden ... Poker Player (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Condemned

28 January 1968
A childhood friend of Phelps' is on death row in a Latin American country. He asks the "Impossible Mission Force" to help him spring him. Even though this is a personal mission, the "Force" agrees.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Marianna Hill ... Louisa Rojas
Peter Donat ... Arthur Warner

Kevin Hagen ... David Webster
Nate Esformes ... Captain Vicente Barrera
Will Kuluva ... Edmund Constantine

Steven Marlo ... Diego (as Steve Marlo)

Jon Cedar ... George Corley
Phil Donati ... Officer
Keith McConnell ... Tom

Season 2, Episode 20: The Counterfeiter

4 February 1968
Halder, who runs respectable medical clinics, is really a counterfeiter of drugs responsible for many deaths. The Impossible Missions Force aims to prove Halder's involvement in the production of the counterfeit drugs. As part of the plan, Phelps will pose as a federal drug enforcement agent who's willing to go on the take.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Edmond O'Brien ... Raymond Halder
Frank Campanella ... Eddie Burke
Noah Keen ... Dr. McConnell
Roy Engel ... Foreman
Joseph Breen ... Chauffeur (as Joe Breen)
Jon Lormer ... Charles Gant
David Armstrong ... Patrolman (as Dave Armstrong)
Aaron Fletcher ... Doctor
Robert Board ... Artist (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Town

18 February 1968
Jim Phelps is kidnapped by townspeople after learning they are part of an assassination network. The clock is ticking as a pair of assassins are en route to a perform a hit. The 'Force' must find and save Jim, then try to stop the impending assassination.

Season 2, Episode 22: The Killing

25 February 1968
Bert Gordon has created a criminal organization that will get ride of anyone, anywhere -- no bodies are ever found. Gordon is untouchable through conventional means of investigation and prosecution. Phelps devises a plan that takes advantage of Gordon's superstitions. Phelps and Cinammon pose as a bickering couple, where the wife is eager to employ Gordon's services. The IMF will also make it appear that the dead are trying to reach people in the world of the living. The goal is to manipulate Gordon into a fix where even he cannot escape from the law.

Season 2, Episode 23: The Phoenix

3 March 1968
When the curator of a museum plans to turn an experimental alloy over to a foreign power, the IMF creates a diversion - an attempt on his life.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Alf Kjellin ... Stefan Prohosh
Scott Hale ... Janos
Charles H. Radilak ... Chairman (as Charles H. Radilac)
Peggy Rea ... Cleaning Woman

Mills Watson ... Guard
Charles Horvath ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Guard (uncredited)
Louis Massad ... Relief Guard (uncredited)
Norbert Siegfried ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Trial by Fury

10 March 1968
The IMF goes to a prison camp inside a totalitarian Latin American country. At the camp, an opposition leader is kept in isolation. One of his followers arranged to be arrested and has become a trusty, helping to get the opposition leader's messages out to his countrymen. Prisoners believe the trusty to be an informer. Phelps and Barney arrive as prisoners, aiming to expose the real informer. They're aided by Cinnamon (posing as a Red Cross official) and Rollin (as a guard). The question is whether Phelps can work fast enough to save an innocent man's life.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Michael Tolan ... Santos Cardoza

Victor French ... Leduc

Sid Haig ... Sperizzi

Paul Winfield ... Klaus
Joseph Bernard ... Comandante
Edmund Hashim ... Valesquez
Ernest Sarracino ... Manuel Delgado
Don Paulin ... Convict
Jay Della ... Convict
Gil Galvano ... Convict

Shepherd Sanders ... Convict (as Shep Sanders)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Bert Madrid ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Recovery

17 March 1968
A U.S. bomber crashes behind the Iron Curtain. Its Fail-Safe device, however, failed to self destruct. A brilliant U.S. scientist who defected to the unnamed country is supervising efforts to take the device apart, which will yield valuable information about the entire U.S. defense system. The IMF must recover the Fail-Safe device and abduct the scientist. As part of the plan devised by Phelps, Rollin and Cinnamon will pose as U.S. scientists on a tour.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Bradford Dillman ... Paul Shipherd
Émile Genest ... Technician (as Emile Genest)
Peter Coe ... Laso
Peter Hellman ... Guard
Gregory Gaye ... Minister (as Gregory Gay)
Judy Levitt ... Nurse
Art Stewart ... Attendant
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Heir Apparent

29 September 1968
Cinnamon plays a long lost princess to prevent a regent from taking over in 'a small Baltic monarchy.' Of course, IMF's mission is to prevent a dictator from taking over a 'free' monarchy!

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Charles Aidman ... General Envir Qaisette
Torin Thatcher ... Archbishop Djelvas
Rudy Solari ... Zageb
Leonidas Ossetynski ... Grand Duke
Diana Bourbon ... Madame Pollon
Fred Villani ... Tour Guide
Alphonse Martell ... Dr. Vachtel
Peter Hellman ... Police Captain
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Secret Policeman (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Guard (uncredited)
Joe Tornatore ... Dungeon Guard (uncredited)
Brian Wood ... Priest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Contender: Part 1

6 October 1968
Phelps & Co. go after a crooked fight promoter who has gained a stranglehold over boxing and wants to extend the Syndicate's influence into other sports worldwide. The promoter is ruthless, as demonstrated when he orders a boxer killed because he would not take a dive. The IMF recruits a former fighter whose hands were ruined for boxing because of his military service. Barney trains as a boxer, assuming the former fighter's identity. Barney attracts the interest of the crooked promoter and is scheduled to box in a demonstration fight. Phelps, who is installing "special" equipment for the demonstration match is about to be discovered when hoods working for the crooked promoter return to the gym where the fight will take place.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Ron Randell ... Charles Buckman

John Dehner ... Dan Whelan
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Wesley
Robert Phillips ... Ernie Staczek
Ron Rich ... Richy Lemoine
Wayne McLaren ... Artie Calvitos
Thomas A. Geas ... Vince (as Thomas Geas)
Joey Giambra ... Stevens
Jimmy Gambina ... Trainer (as James Gambina)
Jimmy Lennon Sr. ... Announcer (as Jimmy Lennon)
Lee Grossman ... Referee

Biff Elliot ... Kid Wilson
Angus Duncan ... Stan

Robert Conrad ... Bobby
Abdullah Abbas ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Cisco Andrade ... Boxer (uncredited)
Vincent Barbi ... Gambler (uncredited)
John Breen ... Gambler (uncredited)
Dick Cangey ... Calabasos (uncredited)
Tony Cortez ... Reporter (uncredited)
Lee Duncan ... Boxer (uncredited)
Mickey Golden ... Cornerman (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Bookie (uncredited)
Tommy J. Huff ... Boxer (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bookie (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
George Washburn ... Reporter (uncredited)

Red West ... Sparring Partner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Contender: Part 2

13 October 1968
Phelps narrowly avoids discovery by hoods (thanks to Rollin) and is able to complete installing special devices that will enable Barney to win his demonstration fight. Barney now becomes a contender for the title. Phelps & Co. also work to create doubt among the Syndicate backers of the crooked fight promoter being targeted by the IMF. But the job won't be easy. Before the mission is completed, Rollin's life will be endangered and Barney will be involved in a savage boxing match.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Ron Randell ... Charles Buckman

John Dehner ... Dan Whelan
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Wesley
Robert Phillips ... Ernie Staczek
Ron Rich ... Richy Lemoine
Wayne McLaren ... Artie Calvitos
Thomas A. Geas ... Vince (as Thomas Geas)
Joey Giambra ... Stevens
Jimmy Gambina ... Trainer (as James Gambina)
Jimmy Lennon Sr. ... Announcer (as Jimmy Lennon)
Lee Grossman ... Referee

Biff Elliot ... Kid Wilson
Angus Duncan ... Stan

Robert Conrad ... Bobby
Abdullah Abbas ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Cisco Andrade ... Boxer (uncredited)
Vincent Barbi ... Reporter (uncredited)
John Breen ... Gambler (uncredited)
Dick Cangey ... Tony Carbasos (uncredited)
Tony Cortez ... Reporter (uncredited)
Lee Duncan ... Boxer (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Bookie (uncredited)
Tommy J. Huff ... Boxer (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bookie (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
George Washburn ... Reporter (uncredited)

Red West ... Leonard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Mercenaries

27 October 1968
A mercenary army in Central Africa led by Krim is destabilizing the region, and stockpiling stolen gold. Phelps and the IMF capitalize on Krim's greed, and manipulate him into arranging the theft of his own gold bullion stored in a seemingly impenetrable vault.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Pernell Roberts ... Colonel Hans Krim
Skip Homeier ... Major January Gruner

Vic Tayback ... Sergeant Gorte (as Victor Tayback)

Bo Svenson ... Karl
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

William Lucking ... Corporal Stohlman (uncredited)
Beatriz Monteil ... Camp Follower (uncredited)
Boyd Santell ... Corporal Verte (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Execution

10 November 1968
A local mobster has taken over control of the food distribution throughout the U.S. In order to nail him, the IMF must get to his contract killer. So, an elaborate scheme is put into place where a prison is set up in a warehouse, and the killer is made to believe that he is going to be executed within the next 2 hours unless he turns informant on his boss.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Luke Askew ... Victor Pietro Duchell

Vincent Gardenia ... Lewis George Parma

Val Avery ... Al Ross
Byron Keith ... Dr. Henry Loomis
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Kay Kimberly ... Parma's Secretary (uncredited)
Alex Sharp ... Big Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Cardinal

17 November 1968
Behind the Iron Curtain, an ambitious general has imprisoned a Cardinal who is his nation's spiritual leader. The general has replaced the Cardinal with a double. All the monks and nuns at a monastery where the Cardinal is staying are really troopers commanded by the general. The plot calls for the double to make a televised speech endorsing a takeover by the general. Phelps & Co. must rescue the Cardinal. The IMF's plan includes Rollin impersonating another Cardinal and Phelps pretending to be a doctor.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Theodore Bikel ... General Casimir Zepke
Paul Stevens ... Stanislaus Cardinal Souchek / Anton Nagorski

Barbara Babcock ... Major Maria Felder
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Michael Masters ... Monk (uncredited)
Gary Pagett ... Monk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Elixir

24 November 1968
Riva Santel is the center of a national personality cult. She plans to suspend the upcoming elections and rule as a dictator. Craving eternal beauty even more than power, the IMF lead Santel to believe that Cinnamon is actually a woman in her late 60s. While Santel is preoccupied with the IMF rejuvenation procedure, Barney and Willy edit her national speech into a farewell address. In the end, an extremely youthful looking Riva Santel is kicked out of her own home by security personnel who don't recognize her.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Ruth Roman ... Riva Santel
Morgan Sterne ... Raoul Lenz

George Gaynes ... Dr. Paul van Bergner
Ivor Barry ... Deputy Premier Tomas Avilla
Richard Angarola ... Colonel Diaz
Arthur Eisner ... Salesman
Cosmo Sardo ... Official
Marco López ... Cameraman (as Marco Lopez)

Charlie Picerni ... Border Guard
Irene Kelly ... The Young Riva
Robert Board ... Projectionist (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Victor Paul ... Guard (uncredited)
Alfred Shelly ... Guard #1 (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Official (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Diplomat

1 December 1968
Information vital to the defense of the U.S. has fallen into the hands of an enemy power. With no hope of retrieving it, the IMF stages an elaborate plot to try to make the foreign country's diplomats believe that the information is true -- hoping that if they discover that the U.S. is behind this plan, this knowledge will ironically cause them to disbelieve the information.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Fernando Lamas ... Roger Toland
Alfred Ryder ... Colonel Valentin Yetkoff

Lee Grant ... Susan Buchanan

Sid Haig ... Grigor
Donald Randolph ... Everett Buchanan (as Don Randolph)
Russ Conway ... Dr. David Walters

Harry Basch ... Nicolai
Allen Bleiweiss ... Courier
Larry Barton ... General (uncredited)
John Breen ... Waiter (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Lou Robb ... Harry Nielsen (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Play

8 December 1968
Milos Kuro, the Minister of Culture of the UCR, a country behind the Iron Curtain, bombards his country with anti-American propaganda, hoping to undermine the pro-Western Premier Leon Vados. The IMF tries to discredit Kuro by enticing him with an anti-American play that they hope he will stage in his home country -- then using some classic IMF techniques to make a few carefully calculated changes to the text of the play.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

John Colicos ... Milos Kuro

Michael Tolan ... Vitol Enzor
John McLiam ... Anton Usakos
Barry Atwater ... Premier Leon Vados
Charles Maxwell ... Bok
Jason Wingreen ... Official
Clete Roberts ... Announcer
Ed McCready ... Inspector
Socrates Ballis ... Driver

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)
David Armstrong ... Heckler #2 (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Worker (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Charles Napier ... First Guard (uncredited)
Bruno VeSota ... Heckler #1 (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Bargain

15 December 1968
A former dictator, now in exile in Miami, plans to make a deal with the Syndicate -- they will finance the coup that will return him to rule his homeland in exchange for his promise to legalize gambling in the country once he regains power. The IMF agents use the dictator's fondness for gourmet food to gain entry to his house in order to make sure that the bargain never takes place.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Albert Paulsen ... General Ernesto Neyron

Warren Stevens ... Frank Layton
Nate Esformes ... Colonel Santagura
Phillip Pine ... Arnold Grasnik
Phil Posner ... Bodyguard
James Wellman ... Hotel Manager
Gregg Martell ... Eddie
Jay Jostyn ... Dr. Brandt
Richard Karie ... Bellboy
Nick Benedict ... Guard in Kitchen (uncredited)
Robert Board ... Bellboy (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Ken Strange ... Maintenance Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Freeze

22 December 1968
Raymond Barret, was the mastermind behind the robbery of an armored truck several years ago. He has changed his identity and is now serving a lesser charge in a federal prison, waiting out the statute of limitations. When he's released he'll be able to recover the stolen cash. The IMF convinces Barret that he's suffering from a terminal illness. In desperation he turns to a doctor of cryogenics (Phelps) and blackmails him into freezing him until a cure can be found. Barret wakes up in "the future" but quickly discovers the ruse. Even though everything seems to have gone wrong, it's all part of the elaborate plan to capture Barret and his partners.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Donnelly Rhodes ... Raymond Barret
John Zaremba ... Dr. Jacob Bowman
Lucetta Jenison ... First Receptionist
Milt Kogan ... David Singleton
Vince Howard ... Max Davis
Walter Mathews ... Sammy Gilbert
Carol Andreson ... Phonovision Girl
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Exchange

5 January 1969
The episode opens with a mission already underway in a foreign country. But an unforeseeable accident causes Cinnamon Carter to be captured by the foreign government just as she completes the original mission successfully. With time running out as she's being interrogated by her captors, the rest of the IMF hatches a desperate plan to regain her freedom: break the other country's top spy out of prison in the West, try to trick him out of the information he's holding, and then offer to exchange him for Cinnamon.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

John Vernon ... Colonel Josef Strom
Will Kuluva ... Rudolf Kurtz
Curt Lowens ... Major Mecklin

Michael Bell ... Captain Anders

Robert Ellenstein ... Dr. Emil Gorin
Bob Homel ... Guard (uncredited)
Dick Ziker ... West Gate Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Mind of Stefan Miklos

12 January 1969
Walter Townsend, an enemy agent working in the U.S., has been allowed to obtain false information that, if believed by his home country, will cause its leaders grave embarrassment (and discredit Townsend). But another spy from Townsend's home country also working in the U.S., George Simpson, tells his superiors that the information supplied to Townsend is false. Because Simpson and Townsend are known to be rivals, their home country sends its most brilliant agent, Stefan Miklos, to determine the truth or falsity of the information Townsend supplied. The IMF's job is to "assist" Miklos in reaching the "correct" conclusion -- while letting him believe that he has determined for himself that the information is true.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Steve Ihnat ... Stefan Miklos
Jason Evers ... Walter Townsend

Edward Asner ... George Simpson
Vic Perrin ... Owner
Joseph Breen ... Vincent (as Joe Breen)
Arland Schubert ... Willoughby [in credits Cooper]
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Test Case

19 January 1969
Rollin takes the place of a human test subject for a type of meningitis being developed into a weapon. Cinnamon approaches Dr. Beck, the mercenary scientist in charge of the project, with a better offer if he'll work for her. Meanwhile, Phelps and Barney work to convince Beck's government monitor (Captain Onli) that the scientist has already accepted the counteroffer and has decided to kill him and a military representative with his bio-weapon.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
David Hurst ... Dr. Oswald Beck
Noah Keen ... Captain Rudolf Olni

Richard Bull ... Lorkner

Paul Carr ... Dr. Zeped
Laurence Haddon ... Lieutenant Marlov
Bart La Rue ... General Kirsch (as Bart LaRue)
Larry Vincent ... Prisoner Stoltz

Michael Masters ... Gate Guard (as Mike Masters)
Bob Bralver ... Driver Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The System

26 January 1969
The key witness in the trial against mob boss Constantine Victor, aka "Mr. V," has been killed. Only Victor's close friend, casino manager Johnny Costa knows enough to send Victor to prison for life. The IMF have 24 hours to convince Costa that he's the next name on Mr. V's hit list.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
James Patterson ... Johnny Costa
Robert Yuro ... Arnie
Peter Marko ... Markos
Art Lewis ... Cashier
Tony Giorgio ... Dealer
Joel Lawrence ... Wilson

Val Avery ... Constantine Victor
Joseph D'Angelo ... Dealer #2 (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Blackjack Player (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Constantine Victor (voice) (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Dealer (uncredited)
Leoda Richards ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
George Washburn ... Stickman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Glass Cage

2 February 1969
The IMF infiltrate a high tech maximum security prison behind the Iron Curtain to free a resistance leader being held in a glass cell that's continually monitored. Cinnamon's persona of a neurotic bureaucrat distracts the prison commandant, while Barney and Willy stage an abortive prison escape. It's all part of an elaborate scheme to convince prison officials that the freedom fighter in their cell is an imposter.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Lloyd Bochner ... Maj. Nicholas Zelinko

Larry Linville ... Capt. Gulka
Richard Garland ... Anton Reisner
Lou Robb ... Lt. Vasney
George Perina ... Szabo
Alfred Shelly ... Guard #1 (as Al Shelly)
Max Kleven ... Guard #2 (as Max Klevin)
Craig Chudy ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Doomsday

16 February 1969
Industrialist Carl Vandaam claims to have a hydrogen bomb for sale. He invites representatives from a variety of countries and factions to participate in an auction for the device at his company's headquarters. As the bargaining goes on, Barney performs one of his tunnel-crawling assignments, climbing up and down an elevator shaft and then through some lateral access-points to get access to the room where the bomb is housed -- hoping to substitute a dummy unit for a critical part of the bomb's hardware before the sale to an enemy power is completed.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Alf Kjellin ... Carl Vandaam
Arthur Batanides ... Kura
Wesley Lau ... Dr. Thorgen
Philip Ahn ... Dr. Liu
Khigh Dhiegh ... General Wo

Arthur Peterson ... Helm
Scott Walker ... Chief Security Guard
Josh Adams ... Reception Guard

Sid Haig ... Marko
Craig Chudy ... Guard (uncredited)
Chuck Couch ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Tony Mancini ... Hall Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Live Bait

23 February 1969
The IMF manipulates a naive intelligence officer in order to free an agent who can expose a deep-cover mole. In addition to rescuing the agent, they create an elaborate ruse to neutralize the Machiavellian security chief who is on the verge of discovering the mole's identity.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Anthony Zerbe ... Colonel Helmut Kellerman

Martin Sheen ... Lieutenant Albert Brocke

Diana Ewing ... Stephanie
Ed Gilbert ... Marceau (as Edmund Gilbert)
Bert Holland ... Doctor
Dick Dial ... Bauer
John Crawford ... Orin Selby
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Bunker: Part 1

2 March 1969
In the first of two parts, Dr. Erich Rojak, a brilliant scientist, is being held in an underground bunker containing a laboratory where he is forced to work on a small but extremely powerful long-range missile. If he succeeds, the missile has the potential to change the balance of power between the East and the West. Rojak is cooperating only because his totalitarian government is holding his wife, Anna, and threatens to kill her unless he completes the missile. The IMF's assignment is to rescue Rojak and his wife and to destroy his missile research. But another unfriendly government has sent professional killer Alexander Ventlos to make certain Rojak never completes his work.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

David Sheiner ... Colonel Ziegler

Lee Meriwether ... Anna Rojak
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Erich Rojak

George Fisher ... Major Strat

Jack Donner ... Captain Praedo
George Sperdakos ... Dr. Dromm
Ray Baxter ... Alexander Ventlos

Paul Lukather ... Lieutenant

Martin Kosleck ... General
Jack Denbo ... Reporter #1 (as Jacques Denbeaux)
Walter Alzmann ... Elevator Guard
Bruce Mars ... Sergeant
David M. Frank ... Reporter #2 (uncredited)
Jason Heller ... Guate Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Bert Kramer ... Routine Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Bunker: Part 2

9 March 1969
In the conclusion of the two-part episode, Jim Phelps has taken a position as a security officer at the underground bunker where Dr. Erich Rojak is working on a long-range missile that may change the balance of world power. Unbeknown to the IMF, however, Alexander Ventlos, a professional killer sent by another unfriendly government to kill Dr. Rojak, has already used his disguise talents to infiltrate the bunker. In the meantime, hoping to free Rojak's wife Anna, the IMF has managed to plant Cinnamon Carter in a holding cell near Anna, while Phelps uses a miniature flying saucer to get a drug-filled hypodermic to Dr. Rojak. But Ventlos' presence threatens to ruin the carefully-laid IMF plans.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

David Sheiner ... Colonel Ziegler

Lee Meriwether ... Anna Rojak
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Erich Rojak

George Fisher ... Major Strat

Jack Donner ... Captain Praedo
George Sperdakos ... Dr. Dromm
Ray Baxter ... Alexander Ventlos
Gene Benton ... Dr. Taber

Paul Lukather ... Lieutenant
Jack Denbo ... Reporter #1 (as Jacques Denbeaux)
Walter Alzmann ... Elevator Guard
David M. Frank ... Reporter #2 (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Martin Kosleck ... General (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Bert Kramer ... Routine Guard (uncredited)
Bruce Mars ... Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Nitro

23 March 1969
General Zek, a military officer of a Middle Eastern kingdom, bitterly opposes the peace treaty signed by the progressive young king of his nation and a neighboring republic. Zek conspires with a munitions maker to use nitroglycerin to blow up the kingdom's Government House, thereby eliminating the peace-minded king and also provoking war with the republic. The IMF's mission: prevent this terrorist plot, and do so in a way that will ensure General Zek never again threatens the peace.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Titos Vandis ... General Zek

Mark Lenard ... Aristo Skora
Sándor Szabó ... Ismir Najiid (as Sandor Szabo)

Joe E. Tata ... King Said
Dick Latessa ... General Tamaar
Peter Coe ... Major Abdul-al-Tarek
Larry Anthony ... Gate Guard (uncredited)
Frank Arno ... Guard #1 (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Louis Neervort ... Voiceover (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Nicole

30 March 1969
Anton Valdas, the highest ranking intelligence agent for an enemy power, is believed to possess a master list of Western agents who have defected to his government. Jim Phelps and Rollin Hand take on the mission of retrieving the list. While doing so, however, Phelps is shot and Rollin forced to flee without Phelps. Phelps' recovery and his plans to escape receive an unexpected boost from Nicole Vedette, another enemy agent who risks her own safety to help him escape -- and with whom Phelps uncharacteristically begins to fall in love.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter (credit only)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier (credit only)

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Joan Collins ... Nicole Vedette
Logan Ramsey ... Anton Valdas
Ann Shoemaker ... Madame Prokov
Dal Jenkins ... Razoff
James McCallion ... Sparrow
Jon Lormer ... Minister
Anita Mann ... Ilsa
Rena Horten ... Helga (as Rena Horton)
Bob Bralver ... Cell Guard #2 (uncredited)
Jack Denbo ... Man (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Fred Krone ... Cell Guard #1 (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Butler (uncredited)
Joseph Reale ... Guard (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Vault

6 April 1969
When a benevolent President plans to use the 40 million he has saved to help his country, he entrusts the money to the country's finance minister who is his confidante. But what the President doesn't know is that the minister kept the money for himself and is planning to use its disappearance as a means to have the President removed from office. So IMF must stop the minister but it won't be easy cause the President trusts the man so much that merely telling him what the minister is planning won't be enough. So they try to get the man to implicate himself.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Nehemiah Persoff ... Phillipe Pereda
Rodolfo Acosta ... Presidente Miguel De Varo
Ray Martel ... Security Guard (as Ray Martell)
Taldo Kenyon ... Paulo
Nick Benedict ... Corporal
Jerry Riggio ... Ortega
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Bert Madrid ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Illusion

13 April 1969
Cinnamon goes undercover as a sexy nightclub entertainer to expose a homicidal bureaucrat, and eliminate his ruthless rival.

Season 3, Episode 25: The Interrogator

20 April 1969
Only Norvan Kruger knows the location of a submarine that will launch nuclear missiles against the United States. To complicate matters Kruger has been captured by a third party also hostile to the United States. After spiriting Kruger from his captors, and injecting him with a drug that causes temporary retrograde amnesia, The IMF make Kruger Rollin's interrogator. Kruger's assignment: force Rollin to reveal the location of a submarine that will launch nuclear missiles against the United States.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Martin Landau ... Rollin Hand

Barbara Bain ... Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Henry Silva ... Norvan Kruger
Gunnar Hellström ... Friedrich Spindler (as Gunnar Hellstrom)
Erik Holland ... Rostov
Vincent Van Lynn ... Kutzof
Ann Newman-Mantee ... Anna Kruger (as Anne Newman)
John Rose ... Prisoner
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Code

28 September 1969
Paris poses as a legendary and colorful revolutionary leader to get close to two conspirators planning an invasion and takeover of the democratic nation of San Cristobal and turn them against each other. Meanwhile, the rest of the IMF team hurries to obtain the invasion plans, decode them and relay the plans to the San Cristobal defense forces before the invasion begins.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Alexandra Hay ... Lynn

Michael Constantine ... Janos

Harold Gould ... Vincente Bravo
Nate Esformes ... Lacerda
Roberto Contreras ... Captain Avila
Art Lewis ... Janitor

A Martinez ... Young Man

Joaquín Martínez ... Desk Guard
Joany Playdon ... Stewardess
Jay Tavars ... Technician
Victor Campos ... Mansion Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Numbers Game

5 October 1969
The IMF stages World War III complete with a nuclear holocaust, all for the benefit of one man, a former dictator who plans to return to power through an invasion funded by $600,000,000 he secreted away. With his invasion made pointless by the fictitious war, will he give up his booty to save his skin?

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey

May Britt ... Eva Gollan

Don Francks ... Major Alex Denesch
Torin Thatcher ... General Rados Adolph Gollan

Karl Swenson ... Dr. Ziegler
Than Wyenn ... Dr. Wessell
Gil Perkins ... Russian Colonel
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Private (as Vincent Deadrick)
Erik Holland ... Announcer
Bob Bralver ... Driver (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Lew Palter ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Controllers: Part 1

12 October 1969
An Eastern Bloc nation is trying to develop a mind-controlling drug, a project led by Dr. Karl Turek. Phelps devises a plan to play Turek off against a rival, Colonel Borodin. Phelps and Meredyth pose as a pair of defecting U.S. scientists, who supposedly have developed an alternative drug to the one that Turek is working on. The IMF's scheme calls for Turek to try to kill Borodin, which will result in a trial where Turek will be discredited. But the complicated plan goes awry and the episode ends with Phelps under fire by guards.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Dina Merrill ... Meredyth

David Sheiner ... Dr. Karl Turek
Alfred Ryder ... Colonel Borodin

Brooke Bundy ... Katherine

H.M. Wynant ... Lorkner

Robert Ellenstein ... Deputy Premier Voss
Jonathan Brooks ... Martyn
Michael Stefani ... Jailhouse Guard
Frank da Vinci ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Stanley Kamel ... Male Prisoner (uncredited)
Ralph Leabow ... Corridor Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Controllers: Part 2

19 October 1969
Phelps escapes but Borodin, who had been unconscious in the trunk of the car driven by the IMF driver, is killed by a shot fired by guards. This is a major setback to the IMF because Phelps' plan called for Borodin to denounce Turek at a trial. Now, Phelps & Co. must scramble to get the plan back on track. Meanwhile, Turek continues to make progress in perfecting his mind-controlling drug.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Dina Merrill ... Meredyth

David Sheiner ... Dr. Karl Turek
Alfred Ryder ... Colonel Borodin

Brooke Bundy ... Katherine

H.M. Wynant ... Lorkner

Robert Ellenstein ... Deputy Premier Voss
Harry Davis ... General Zagin

Leonard Stone ... Major Alud
Jonathan Brooks ... Martyn
Michael Stefani ... Jailhouse Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Ralph Leabow ... Corridor Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Fool's Gold

26 October 1969
To thwart a counterfeiter who has printed enough currency to claim a pro-western democracy's entire gold reserve and thus topple the government, Paris must penetrate a lethal security system to substitute defective printing plates. Meanwhile Barney and Willy must subtly destroy a vault filled with currency and substitute easily detectable counterfeits made with the substituted plates to catch the counterfeiter red-handed.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Sally Ann Howes ... Beth

Nehemiah Persoff ... Igor Stravos
David Opatoshu ... Premier Roshkoff

Ronald Long ... Sir Malcolm Forrester

Paul Marin ... Clerk
Arline Anderson ... Secretary
Jack Brami ... Guard (as Jak Brami)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
James McKenna ... Eddie Luther (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Commandante

2 November 1969
An enemy nation has hijacked a US supported revolutionary movement trying to overturn a dictatorship. The IMF posses as a religious organization seeking the release of the priest who is the true leader of the revolution. But the enemy sees through this cover and demands a shipment of guns in exchange. Further they plan to manipulate the IMF to provide an excuse to kill the priest without alienating the revolutionaries. But what's that Barney is building in an isolated location? Did Jim anticipate a double cross and plan an escape route?

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lawrence Dane ... Commandante Juan Acero
Arthur Batanides ... Father Paolo Dominguin

Sid Haig ... Major Carlos Martillo
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Mayor Esbarto (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Pepe Callahan ... Colonel Ortiz
David Sachs ... Pedro Sanchez
Ann Morell ... Louisa (as Anne Morell)
Robert Padilla ... First Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Checkpoint Guard (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Submarine

16 November 1969
Kruger Stelman an ex-SS officer serving time in a communist prison is kidnapped by the IMF and made to believe he is on board a submarine. The team must get Stelman to reveal the location of funds stolen by the Nazis before the military police close in on the IMF operation.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey
Stephen McNally ... Kruger Stelman
Ramon Bieri ... Colonel Jaroslav Sardner
William Wintersole ... Raskov

Steve London ... Somers
Gene Tyburn ... Sergeant
Bert Kramer ... Carella (as Albert Kramer)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Sergeant (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Mastermind

23 November 1969
The team is sent to stop a criminal who has obtain information on high ranking government officials that the Syndicate can use to coerce them. So they use the man's eagerness to be the new head of the Syndicate and a rival's dislike for him to get him.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Donnelly Rhodes ... Lou Merrick

Paul Stewart ... Jonas Stone
William Bryant ... Nicholson
Gerald Hiken ... Thomas Galvin
Ben Wright ... Dr. Irving Berman
Joel Lawrence ... Carter
Lucas White ... Flynn
Alice Reinheart ... Nurse Larkin
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Robot

30 November 1969
Premier Pavel Zagov's death has been covered up by Deputy Premier Gregor Kamirov. He is using an actor to take Zagov's place, and endorse Kamirov as his successor. The team convinces Kamirov that another official is planning a similar coup with the help of a lookalike mechanical Zagov. Led to believe that his co-conspirators are unreliable, Kamirov takes over the alternate (IMF provided) plan which ends with him exposing his deception on national television.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey

Malachi Throne ... Deputy Premier Gregor Kamirov

Larry Linville ... Alexi Silensky (as Lawrence Linville)
Jan Merlin ... Captain Danko
Vic Perrin ... Anton Massik
Richard Anders ... Lieutenant
Socrates Ballis ... Customs Man
Ken Delo ... Mr. Mechanico
Serge Tschernisch ... TV Director (as Sergei Tschernisch)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: The Double Circle

7 December 1969
The IMF team tempts an art lover, who stole a secret missile fuel formula, to return the formula in exchange for a one of a kind art object. But he declines. So Jim begins a complex deception to convince his partner he has been double crossed. But the formula is still locked in a safe rigged to explode when enemy agents arrive.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Anne Francis ... Gillian Colbee
James Patterson ... Victor Laszlo
Jason Evers ... Ray Dunson
Al Sklar ... Markoff (as Albert Sklar)
Thom Brann ... Miller
Robert Ritchie ... Erickson
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Brothers

14 December 1969
The IMF team is charged with the overthrow of the leader of an oil rich Arab nation to be replaced by his twin brother being held captive in an an unknown location. The IMFs team of crack medical pretenders stages an emergency organ transplant to create an opportunity to switch the brothers. But the ruthless head of the nation's military sees an opportunity to dispose of both brothers and seize power for himself.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Michele Carey ... Lisa
Lloyd Battista ... King Selim / Prince Samandal

Joseph Ruskin ... Colonel Hatafis
Lee Bergere ... Dr. Labashi
David Fresco ... Ahmed
Noel De Souza ... Behram (as Noel deSouza)

Henry Brandon ... Farid
Elizabeth Perry ... First Nurse
Fred Villani ... First Reporter
Lee Duncan ... Second Reporter
Socrates Ballis ... Sheikh (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Time Bomb

21 December 1969
Anton Malek is a mole sent years ago to monitor the nuclear program of an Iron Curtain nation. Suffering from a terminal illness Malek has become a rogue agent, and rigged a nuclear reactor to explode. Convinced by the team that his illness can be cured, Malek (unknowingly) disassembles an IMF replica of the bomb, while Barney mimics his procedure on the real device. But, Phelps suddenly realizes that Malek has discovered the deception; forcing the team to rely on intuition alone in disarming the bomb.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

BarBara Luna ... Wai Lee (as Barbara Luna)

Bert Freed ... Gen. Brenner
Morgan Sterne ... Anton Malek
William Hansen ... Dr. Wimmel
Michael T. Mikler ... Lt. Reigler (as Michael Mikler)
Jack Denbo ... IMF Captain (as Jacques Denbeaux)

John Aniston ... First IMF Captain
Art Koulias ... Doctor
Mario Machado ... Technician
Lucetta Jenison ... Nurse
Bob Bralver ... Foreman (as Robert Bralver)
Allen Bleiweiss ... Orderly
Peter Church ... Engineer (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... the Premier (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The Amnesiac

28 December 1969
Two years earlier, a rare metal isotope important in nuclear weapons development was stolen from the U.S. and hidden in the United People's Republic. Otto Silff, one of three men involved in the theft, was killed by his co-conspirator, Major Paul Johan. Johan is planning to sell the isotope to an Asian nation that is also an enemy of the U.S. To recover the isotope before the sale takes place, Paris poses as Silff, supposedly having had a disfiguring injury coupled with plastic surgery, and suffering from amnesia -- but "unconsciously" displaying characteristics of the missing Otto Silff.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Julie Gregg ... Monique

Anthony Zerbe ... Col. Alex Vorda
Steve Ihnat ... Maj. Paul Johan
Lisabeth Hush ... Alena Ober
Tony Van Bridge ... Erhard Poltzin

Bruce Kirby ... TV Newsman
Kurt Grayson ... First Guard
Philippe Nemonn ... Second Guard
Victor Paul ... Jack Ashbough
Jerry Spicer ... Black
Frank da Vinci ... Silff
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Warehouse Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Falcon: Part 1

4 January 1970
Prince Stephan's death has been faked by General Sabattini; leaving Stephan's childlike cousin Nicolai as sovereign. Sabattini is forcing Stefan's fiancée Francesca into marrying him, placing him in line to the throne. Phelps joins a group of Dutch tourists while the rest of the team infiltrate the royal palace as a magic act led by Paris. Before the show begins Barney loots the royal vault. It's the beginning of a complex scheme to rescue Stephan, Nicolai, Francesca and simultaneously eliminate Sabatini.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey

Noel Harrison ... Nicolai

Diane Baker ... Francesca

John Vernon ... General Ramon Sabattini
Logan Ramsey ... Colonel Vargas
Marcel Hillaire ... Bishop
Joseph Reale ... Prince Stephan
Dal Jenkins ... Rousek
Tony Giorgio ... Foyer Guard
Josh Adams ... Tour Officer
Marjorie Bennett ... Woman
Jason Heller ... Man
Peter Kilman ... Stephan's Guard
Frank da Vinci ... Sebastian (uncredited)

Jack Donner ... Buccaro (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
John Rose ... Upstairs Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Falcon: Part 2

11 January 1970
Paris switches identities with Nicolai during a magic show and the real sovereign is taken to safety. Francesca, cooperating with the IMF plan, fakes her own suicide cutting off Sabattini's route to power. The theft of the royal vault is discovered, and Phelps contacts Sabattini as a former partner of Stephan's claiming that he can force the price to reveal the location of the royal treasure.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey

Noel Harrison ... Nicolai

Diane Baker ... Francesca

John Vernon ... General Ramon Sabattini
Logan Ramsey ... Colonel Vargas
Marcel Hillaire ... Bishop
Joseph Reale ... Prince Stephan
Tony Giorgio ... Foyer Guard
Josh Adams ... Tour Officer
Marjorie Bennett ... Woman
Jason Heller ... Man

Jack Donner ... Buccaro
John Rose ... Upstairs Officer
Frank da Vinci ... Sebastian (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: The Falcon: Part 3

18 January 1970
Barney and Phelps use an optical illusion to help them free Stephan from his cell. But, everything goes haywire when an assassination attempt against Sabattini fails and unmasks Paris in the process. Sabattini and his men begin to figure out the plan. Phelps must stay one step ahead if he's to get everyone out alive.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Lee Meriwether ... Tracey

Noel Harrison ... Nicolai

Diane Baker ... Francesca

John Vernon ... General Ramon Sabattini
Logan Ramsey ... Colonel Vargas
Joseph Reale ... Prince Stephan
Dal Jenkins ... Rousek
Tony Giorgio ... Foyer Guard

Jack Donner ... Buccaro
William Visteen ... Maintenance Room Officer
John Rose ... Upstairs Officer
Peter Kilman ... Stephan's Guard
Arline Anderson ... Receptionist
Frank da Vinci ... Sebastian (uncredited)
Marcel Hillaire ... Bishop (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Chico

25 January 1970
The IMF must rely on a trained terrier, named Chico, to retrieve a list of undercover agents from a drug lord's underground vault.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Fernando Lamas ... Ramon Prado
Percy Rodrigues ... Arturo Sandoval
Thomas A. Geas ... Sanchez (as Tom Geas)
Jock Gaynor ... Rafael

Gregory Sierra ... Prado's butler
Jay Tavars ... Desk Clerk

Chuck Hicks ... Guard (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Gitano

1 February 1970
The teen-aged king of a small central European principality has been convinced, falsely, that his regent intends to harm him, and so he has taken refuge in a neighboring country where he is under the "protection" of strongman General Aragas. But Aragas in fact is the one who intends to kill the young ruler. The IMF arranges for an attempted "kidnapping" of the boy during a journey, and then to have him be "found" by a traveling group of gypsies -- putting him temporarily out of Gen. Aragas' hands, so that the IMF can show the boy that Aragas in fact intends to kill him.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Peter Mark Richman ... General Stefano Aragas (as Mark Richman)
Rudy Solari ... Colonel Moya
Barry Atwater ... Grand Duke Clement

Barry Williams ... King Victor
Margarita Cordova ... Zorka
Roberto Contreras ... Captain Mestovo
Robert Carricart ... Erdos
John Rayner ... Captain Luis Serra
Leo G. Morrell ... Major Forano

Richard Romanus ... Guard (as Richard Romanos)
Jack Baker ... Tourist (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
James Turley ... Brinadi (uncredited)
Ted White ... Piqueros (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Phantoms

8 February 1970
Leo Vorka, the aging Stalin-like dictator of a Communist nation, is about to begin another purge, led by the infamous head of his secret police Georgi Kull. Phelps posing as a writer, Barney's technical know-how, and Paris' make-up skills convince Vorka's aides, that the dictator's murderous past has finally driven him mad; it's time for him to retire.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Antoinette Bower ... Nora Bennett

Luther Adler ... Leo Vorka

Jeff Pomerantz ... Stefan Zara
Michael Baseleon ... Georgi Kull
Ivor Barry ... Edmund Moore
Ben Astar ... Deputy Premier Bartzin

Gregory Sierra ... Gomal
Jack Bernardi ... Guard
Eliezer Behar ... Secret Policeman (as Eli Behar)
Walter Alzmann ... Driver
Ralph Leabow ... Jan Golni
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Terror

15 February 1970
A notorious terrorist serving a life sentence has used a secret supporter within his nation's government to secure a pardon. The IMF must prevent his release and expose the traitor.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
David Opatoshu ... Ahmed Vassier
Joe De Santis ... Maj. Marak (as Joe DeSantis)

Arlene Martel ... Atheda

Michael Tolan ... Ismet El Kabir
Ron Feinberg ... Jenab (as Ronald Feinberg)
Makee K. Blaisdell ... Guard (as Blaizdell MaKee)
Leland Murray ... Rafik
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Lover's Knot

22 February 1970
The IMF's task is to find out who is running a U.K. spy ring. The team's lead is Lady Cora Weston, who seduces men in sensitive intelligence positions. Phelps' plan calls for him to pose as a U.S. naval officer who will be Lady Cora's next target. The plan is complicated when Lady Cora falls for Paris, posing as another U.S. official. Paris also falls for Lady Cora. These entanglements become even more complicated when the IMF discovers the identify of the spy ring's leader.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage (credit only)

Jane Merrow ... Lady Cora Weston

John Williams ... Lord Richard Weston

Don Knight ... Tim Rorke

Jerry Douglas ... Marvin Rogers
Charles Macaulay ... Conway
Peter Ashton ... Blake
William Beckley ... Diceman
Ford Lile ... Ross
George P. Wilbur ... Chauffeur (as George Wilbur)
Tony Giorgio ... First Man
Vic Perrin ... Peter Stone (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Orpheus

1 March 1970
In order to expose an assassin who will strike an unknown target within 48 hours, Phelps poses as a drug addicted intelligence officer who wants to sell information to the assassin's contact: Bergman. Meanwhile, IMF operative Valerie, approaches Bergman as an investigator sent to look for a traitor inside his organization.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Jessica Walter ... Valerie
Albert Paulsen ... Eric Bergman

Bruce Glover ... Major Deiter
Booth Colman ... Stravos
Gene Benton ... Dr. Mannerheim
Pitt Herbert ... Desk Clerk
Allen Joseph ... Dr. Tratzmer
Bart La Rue ... Lt. Reikman (as Bart LaRue)
Patti Newby ... Bergman's Secretary (as Pat Newby)
Karl Bruck ... Defense Minister
Donna Ashbrook ... Tratzmer's Secretary
Dan Deitch ... Security Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: The Crane

8 March 1970
The team finds inspiration from Poe's "The Purloined Letter" in their plan to rescue a resistance fighter, and sow discord among the leaders of the military junta hunting him.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Carl Betz ... General Yuri Kozani
Felice Orlandi ... Colonel Alex Strabo
Don Eitner ... Rafik
Eric Mason ... Constantine

George Fisher ... Lieutenant
Ralph Ventura ... Clay
Micil Murphy ... First NSF Man
John Blower ... Second NSF Man

Conrad Bachmann ... Third NSF Man
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Constantine (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: Death Squad

15 March 1970
Jim and Barney vacation together in a Latin American country. While there, Barney falls in love with artist Alma Ross. But the brother of the local police chief obsesses over Alma and is enraged that she and Barney are dating. He goes into her room with a knife. Barney defends Alma but in the process sidesteps the jealous man, who lunges through the window, landing on the knife. Barney is now arrested and ticketed for execution by the police chief, who is operating a secret death squad. Phelps summons Paris and Willy and the IMF must act fast before Barney becomes the death squad's latest victim.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Pernell Roberts ... Chief Manuel Corba

Cicely Tyson ... Alma Ross

Leon Askin ... Riva

John Schuck ... Lieutenant Jocaro
Richard Angarola ... Tolima
Valentin de Vargas ... Luis Corba (as Val de Vargas)
Natividad Vacío ... Flower Man (as Natividad Vacio)
Luanne Roberts ... Louisa
Trish Mahoney ... Maria

Season 4, Episode 25: The Choice

22 March 1970
The Grandduchess Theresa of the European duchy of Trent has come under the sway of a self-proclaimed mystic, the Rasputin-like Emile Vautrain. The IMF's assignment is to prevent Vautrain from using his influence over the Grandduchess to make himself ruler of Trent, turning it into a dictatorship that will ally itself with the U.S.' enemies. To stop Vautrain, the IMF relies on Vautrain's amazing resemblance to the IMF's agent, Paris, in order to reveal Vautrain's true nature to the Grandduchess.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris / Emil Vautrain

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Nan Martin ... Grand Duchess Teresa
Arthur Franz ... First Minister Andre Picard
Alan Bergmann ... Colonel Antoine Benet

Sid Haig ... Goujon
Dick Poston ... Cook
Josh Adams ... House Guard
Kurt Grayson ... Security Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Ceremony guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 26: The Martyr

29 March 1970
Premier Anton Rojek, the anti-Western head of an East Bloc state, plans to hold a "youth congress," hoping to get the young people of his country to endorse his repressive regime. The IMF's plan to prevent this involves the talents of folk singer Roxy, as well as having Paris pose as the missing son of the country's late President, Eduard Malik, whom many young people there still idolize.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
John Larch ... Premier Anton Rojek
Scott Marlowe ... Josef Czerny

Anna Lee ... Maria Malik

Ken Swofford ... Florian Vaclav
Lynn Kellogg ... Roxy
Peter Brocco ... Dr. Valari
Ed Bakey ... Dr. Kadar

Buck Holland ... Security Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Killer

19 September 1970
The IMF is up against a contract killer who makes decisions at random at the last minute to ensure his moves are unpredictable. As Barney stands in for the intended victim, the IMF must prepare for every eventuality to get close to the killer, thwart his plans, turn him against his client and stop their killing spree.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Robert Conrad ... Eddie Lorca
Davis Roberts ... William Barton
Carole Carle ... Flo
Byron Morrow ... Alfred E. Chambers
Martin Ashe ... Clerk
Helen Spring ... Old Lady
Pegi Boucher ... Girl

Victoria Hale ... Maid
Tommy J. Huff ... Bellhop (as Tom Huff)
Richard Karie ... Man
Rachel English ... Woman (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Hotel Agent (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Hotel Agent (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Flip Side

29 September 1970
Mel Bracken is one of the largest distributors of illegal drugs on the West Coast. Pharmaceutical magnate Cameron legally sells drugs to a middleman's laboratory in Mexico who then smuggles it to Bracken in Los Angeles. In order to expose the operation the IMF forces Cameron to deal directly with Bracken on U.S. soil.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Sal Mineo ... Mel Bracken

Dana Elcar ... C.W. Cameron
Robert Alda ... Diego Maximillian
Jose De Vega ... Freddy (as Jose deVega)

Kasey Rogers ... Bunny Cameron
Joy Bang ... Girl
Ford Lile ... Pusher
John Rivera ... Tito
Bob Golden ... Customs Man (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Carey Loftin ... 1st Truck Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Innocent

3 October 1970
Barney has been captured infiltrating an enemy laboratory in the Middle East. To make matters worse he has been exposed to the chemical weapon being manufactured at the lab. Phelps devises a plan to rescue Barney and destroy the chemical. However, in order for the mission to succeed the IMF needs the assistance of a computer genius who wants nothing to do with the plan.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Christopher Connelly ... Dr. Jerome Carlin

Robert Ellenstein ... Dr. M. Vazan

Larry Linville ... Colonel Leo Orlov

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert
Than Wyenn ... General Skolpin
Katherine Darc ... Judy Moore
Victor Brandt ... Doctor
Gene Tyburn ... Technician Tirkin
Simon Prescott ... Security Guard (as Sy Prescott)
Jorge Ben-Hur ... Waiter (as Jorge Ben Hur)

Season 5, Episode 4: Homecoming

10 October 1970
This time it's personal as Jim returns home to uncover who is killing his childhood friends; with the aid of the rest of the IMF team of course. But what will be worse, the death of another friend or finding that a friend is the killer.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Jacqueline Scott ... Cynthia Owens
Joe Maross ... Sheriff Brad Owens
Fred Beir ... Joe Keith

Frank Webb ... Seth Morley
Patricia Smith ... Julia Keith
Sharon Acker ... Connie Hastings

Loretta Swit ... Midge Larson

Larry Pennell ... Karl Burroughs

Jack Donner ... Stan Sherman

James Sikking ... Corrigan
Owen Bush ... Reynolds
Marco López ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Flight

17 October 1970
The IMF must thwart a coup attempt to be triggered by a presidential assassination. The team apprehends the coup leader and employs an elaborate ruse to convince him to reveal the killer. But government security forces uncover the operation and capture Dana. So begins parallel games of cat and mouse with dire consequences for the losers.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

John Colicos ... Chief of Internal Security Manuel Ferrar
Lloyd Battista ... Chief of Police Francisco Diaz
James Almanzar ... Lieutenant Barata
Tol Avery ... Stone
John S. Ragin ... Butler (as John Ragin)

Shepherd Sanders ... Plato (as Sheperd Sanders)
Conrad Parham ... Airline Clerk
Shirley Washington ... Stewardess
Dom Tattoli ... Presidente Adolfo Rojas
Ron Henriquez ... Airport Guard
Bill Baldwin ... Announcer
Craig Chudy ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Man at Airport (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Officer in Warehouse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: My Friend, My Enemy

24 October 1970
While en route to rendezvous with the IMF in Switzerland, Paris is captured by a team of enemy agents, brainwashed, and programmed to kill his control: Phelps. While the enemy team creates a scenario which will trigger Paris' programming, the IMF must figure out exactly what has happened to their fellow agent to save his career and life.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

Peter Mark Richman ... Dr. Paul Tabor (as Mark Richman)

Bruce Glover ... Ernst Bandar
Wesley Lau ... Karl Maur

Jill Haworth ... Enid Brugge / Marla Kassel
Tony Giorgio ... Meerghan
Chris Holter ... Inga
Aaron Fletcher ... Desk Clerk
Edward Bach ... Guard #1 (as Edward F. Bach)
Bart La Rue ... Guard #2
Walt Davis ... Attendant (as Walter Davis)
Tom McDonough ... Guard in Karl Maur's Office (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Butterfly

31 October 1970
The MI team must exonerate an American businessman framed for the murder of his wife and marked for death in Japan. Undercover in the guise of various masters of Japanese art forms they dupe the true killer into confessing.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Khigh Dhiegh ... Toshio Masaki
Benson Fong ... Inspector Akita

Lisa Lu ... Mioshi Kellem

James Shigeta ... Shiki
Helen Funai ... Nobu Kellem
Russ Conway ... Harry Kellem
Dale Ishimoto ... Saburi
Fuji ... Osaki
Leonard Pronko ... Specialty Dancer
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Roy K. Ogata ... Fighter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Decoy

7 November 1970
Brother and sister Alexi and Anna Kerkoska want to defect, and give the U.S. a list of government officials sympathetic to the West. Although Anna believes that the defection is genuine it's really a trap set by Alexi and Police Chief Petrovitch. They hope to get the list and embarrass the West in one fell swoop. Despite the trap the IMF must rescue Anna and recover the list. Meanwhile during the course of the mission Phelps and Anna begin to develop romantic feelings for each other.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Julie Gregg ... Anna Kerkoska

Michael Strong ... Police Chief Petrovitch
Paul Stevens ... Alexi Kerkoska

Sid Haig ... Agent #1
Joshua Bryant ... Stefan

Arthur Malet ... Undertaker
Richard Eric Winter ... Orishev
Bart La Rue ... Agent #6
Rosanna Huffman ... Guide
Tom McDonough ... Agent #7
Victor Paul ... Chauffeur
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Agent (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: The Amateur

14 November 1970
A wannabe spy in an eastern European country happens upon an operation of the MI team. But, in a cleaver twist, as this amateur's dreams of becoming a super sleuth turn to greed the MI team manipulates him and government security forces to accomplish their mission and their escape.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

Anthony Zerbe ... Eric Schilling
Ron Feinberg ... Colonel Kurt Eckert (as Ronald Feinberg)
Lisa Pera ... Clara Schram
Don Eitner ... Zucker
Bert Kramer ... Rauch
Joseph Breen ... Danzig
Allen Joseph ... Max Wittstock
Peter Brocco ... Father Bernard
Biff Manard ... Lieutenant Seelik
Al Roberts ... Drunk

Season 5, Episode 10: Hunted

21 November 1970
A picture perfect extraction mission in an white dominated African country goes suddenly awry when an interrogator arrives unexpectedly. A well disguised member of the MI team is wounded but is aided by an angel of mercy with a secret past and reward seeking friend. As their fondness for each other grows Paris serves as an all too convincing decoy while the rest of the team searches for their lost comrade.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert
Ta-Tanisha ... Maryana 'Gabby' Renfrow (as Ta Tanisha)
Ivor Barry ... Chief Inspector Banco
John Alderson ... Follet
John S. Ragin ... Pharmacist (as John Ragin)
Michael St. Clair ... Blacksmith
Elaine Church ... Pharmacist's Wife
Edgar Winston ... Police Sergeant
Joseph Lancaster ... Policeman

Joe Morton ... Clerk
Kirk Scott ... Guard

Herbert Jefferson Jr. ... Luddy
Dick Dial ... Masked Barney (uncredited)
James W. Gavin ... Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Victor Paul ... Police car driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: The Rebel

28 November 1970
Government security forces surprise the MI team during a routine information exchange with insurgents. Dana and two rebels are captured including the rebel who, unknown to government forces, has the secret "notebook." Jim has a plan but the rebels are skeptical. With the possibility of a traitor in their midst and the help of a local priest of uncertain reliability, the MI must rescue the captives before they break under torture, before the security forces uncover the notebook and before the rebels take matters into their own hands.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

Mark Lenard ... Colonel Bakram
Bob Purvey ... Alex Khora (as Robert Purvey)
Davana Brown ... Irina

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Father Sebastian (as Jonathan Lippe)
David Roya ... Klos
Richard Shelfo ... Haratch
Diane Holly ... Maria
Ralph Ventura ... Soldier
Arthur Batanides ... Lieutenant Kappelo (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Alex Khora (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Squeeze Play

12 December 1970
A drug kingpin, not long for this world, is preparing to turn over his heroin empire to his heir apparent. Paris and Dana go undercover to turn the kingpin against his heir and convince him that Paris is the better candidate to trust with the secrets of his organization.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Albert Paulsen ... Albert Zembra
Nico Minardos ... Carlos Empori

Victoria Vetri ... Eve Zembra
Nicholas Georgiade ... Vito Nicola (as Nick Georgiade)
Albert Carrier ... Pierre Morat
Peter Kilman ... Paul Corrigan
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: The Hostage

19 December 1970
Paris's cover identify as a wealthy and influential American proves a bit too convincing. He is kidnapped and held for the ransom by rebels demanding the release of three of their comrades. The government agrees to cooperate in Jim's plan to rescue Paris only if he will capture one of the rebel leaders. But the rebels are very careful.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

Lou Antonio ... Robert Siomney
Joe De Santis ... Jorge Cabal
Lee Duncan ... Frederico
David Renard ... Carlos Marchese
Pepe Callahan ... Ortega
Conrad Parham ... Roerca (as Conrad M. Parham)
Ron Castro ... Luis Cabal
Marco López ... Reporter (uncredited)
Barry Russo ... Prison Commandant Ativa (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Takeover

2 January 1971
The IMF team is charged with bringing down a political manipulator who intends to use a group of student protesters with deadly effect to elevate his political puppet to higher office. Dana is a double threat posing as the puppet's daughter while infiltrating the protesters. Jim play's king maker to manipulate the manipulator.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert
Lloyd Bochner ... Mayor Steve Tallman

Ken Swofford ... Deputy Mayor Charles Peck
Richard Kelton ... Billy Walsh
Todd Martin ... Lieutenant Ross
Russell Thorson ... Chief Danby (as Russel Thorson)
Byron Mabe ... First Officer
Gordon Devol ... Alec (as Gordon DeVol)
Tom McDonough ... College Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Second Officer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Cat's Paw

9 January 1971
A high tech organized crime group comes to the attention of our favorite IMF team following the murder of Barny's brother. To bring down the organization and the corrupt police captain allied with them Jim turns to his tried and true technique; infiltrate, sow distrust then wait for the fireworks.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage
Hari Rhodes ... George Corley
Abbey Lincoln ... Millie Webster
William Wintersole ... William Goslin
Kelly Thordsen ... Captain Dave Abbot
Charles Wood ... Pod Hamp (as Chuck Wood)
Marc Hannibal ... Larry Collier
Manuel Paul Thomas ... DA Scanlon
Morgan Farley ... Wyatt
David S. Cass Sr. ... Pinari (as Dave Cass)

Season 5, Episode 16: The Missile

16 January 1971
The IMF fool two foreign agents into gathering intelligence on a bogus missile guidance system. However, the mission is interrupted when a psychotic kidnaps Dana before she can give Phelps the details of the enemy agents' plan to kill him.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

David Sheiner ... James Reed

John Beck ... John Hecker
John Pickard ... Commander Wardman
Gerald Hiken ... Farrell
Karen Carlson ... Doris Gordon
John Dennis ... Duke
Barry Coe ... Bob Willard
Percy Helton ... Dailey
Jimmy Bracken ... Bobby
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Field

23 January 1971
An adversary nation launches a nuclear weapons platform in to orbit. To make matters worse, the weapon's control station is on an impregnable island. That can only mean it's time for Jim to find a way to slip Barney into the station to sabotage the weapon.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert
Michael Baseleon ... Detective Lt. Rab
Denny Miller ... Arthur Norris
Milton Selzer ... Inspector Koder
Barry Atwater ... Gen. Marin

H.M. Wynant ... Capt. Strom
Pat Priest ... Kathrine Berat (as Patricia Priest)
Burt Nodella ... Gen. Bloch
Erik Holland ... Lieutenant
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Base P.A. announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Blast

30 January 1971
Jim and Dana infiltrate a group of bank robbers, but the IMF's real target is the mysterious leader of the group who uses the thieves' booty to fund anti-American revolutionary activities. Natural conflicts in the robbers' personal agendas play right into Jim's hands.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Peter Lupus ... Willy Armitage

Henry Darrow ... Gregory Tolan

Kevin Hagen ... Dave Klinger
Laurence Haddon ... Lee Sheels (as Larry Haddon)
Douglas Henderson ... George Miller
Susan Odin ... Grace
Pitt Herbert ... Hendricks
Tamara Elliot ... Monica Anderson (as Tamara Eliot)

Charlie Picerni ... Juan Delgado (as Charles Picerni)
Tom McDonough ... William Cabot
Dick Ziker ... Finley
Don Edwards ... Policeman
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: The Catafalque

6 February 1971
In one of the IMF's most audacious plans yet, the team blatantly frames their victim and attempts to snatch the body of a deceased leader literally from under the noses of the honor guards. It's all part of Jim's plan to infuriate an official into revealing a sensitive document the US government wants to get its hands on.

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert

John Vernon ... Ramone Fuego
Will Kuluva ... Premier Miguel Fuego
Ramon Bieri ... Colonel Rodriguez
Sam Irvin ... 'Victorio Fuego'
Tony De Costa ... Operative #1 (as Tony DeCosta)
Miguel Riva ... First Policeman
Arline Anderson ... Nun
John Cardoza ... Man #1
Johnny Bench ... Captain of the Guards
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Catafalque Guard (uncredited)

Jay Dee Witney ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Kitara

20 February 1971
Government forces in a racist African country have captured, Kitara, the leader of the revolutionary forces and will torture him to death in their effort to find the gold bullion he has hidden. To rescue Kitara and secure the gold Jim plans to manipulate the security official interrogating him. What better way to manipulate a racist than to turn him into what he least wants to be and turn his own forces against him?

Peter Graves ... James Phelps

Leonard Nimoy ... Paris

Lesley Ann Warren ... Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)

Greg Morris ... Barney Collier

Sam Elliott ... Doug Robert
Lawrence Dobkin ... Colonel Alex Kohler
Rex Holman ... Captain Maxfield

Robert DoQui ... John Darcy
Jason Wingreen ... Manservant (Hawn)
Ken Renard ... Grandfather

Buck Holland ... First Guard
Bob Johnson ... Person on Tape (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: A Ghost Story

27 February 1971
Barney exploits his technical wizardry to convince a neo-fascist that his son, whom he murdered, wants to be exhumed and cremated. It's all part of the plan to obtain the secret nerve gas formula his son developed before a certain eastern power gets their hands on it. But like any good ghost story, nothing and no one is what they seem.