Mission: Impossible: Season 5, Episode 18

Blast (30 Jan. 1971)

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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. ... See full summary »

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Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)
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Gregory Tolan
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Dave Klinger
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Lee Sheels (as Larry Haddon)
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George Miller
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Tom McDonough ...
William Cabot
Dick Ziker ...
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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. Written by David Foss

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Be sure to catch the scene between Paris and the Millers and their dog. It adds some very unexpected comic relief to a Mission: Impossible episode. See more »

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Shortly after the thieves and the two IMF agents take over the Millers' house, there is a second insert shot of the tracking device inside the panel truck driven by Paris (Leonard Nimoy). The pointer on the device (a ballpoint pen marked "near" and "far) faces in the opposite direction from the earlier insert. All of the writing on the device, however, including the words "on" and "off" on its base, are also reversed in a mirror-image, indicating that the creators "flopped" the film to reverse right and left. See more »

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