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Mission Impossible Versus the Mob (1969)

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Jim Phelps (archive footage)
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Rollin Hand (archive footage)
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Barney Collier (archive footage)
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Vito Lugana (archive footage)
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Frank Wayne, played by Paul Stevens, was dubbed by Martin Landau in a low, sinister voice troughout. See more »

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Take the best from the television series...
8 February 1999 | by (Montréal, Québec) – See all my reviews

First of all, I'm a big fan of Mission: Impossible. I didn't like the movie but I love the television series. This two-part episode is one of the greatest, all the good elements are there : a good plot, a good baddy, good gadgets and a great Jim Phelps as usual. One bad point however, the syndicate sounds really fake but even that cant make this episode bad. A must see for any fans (in 1996 the two episodes have been released together on video), or anyone who wants to discover Mission: Impossible.


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