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. Written by
Did You Know?
In the final pursuit, both cars are shown driving on the left side of the road, even though both Italy and France are right-hand rule countries (and were in the 1960s). The cars themselves, as well as the truck Barney drives, are configured for right-hand rule driving, with the steering wheel on the left (although Phelps' car has a Mercedes-Benz logo on the trunk, its speedometer is calibrated in mph, not kph). See more
The amount of tape shown on the take-up reel is inconsistent. During a close-up of the spinning reels, there is far less tape on the right-hand reel than in the longer shots. See more
Person on Tape
[voice on tape
Good morning, Mr. Phelps. The man you're looking at is Erik Hagar who for years has collected vast sums of money supposedly for charity, most of which he keeps for himself. He steals from the sick, the hungry, the destitute. Hagar's partner in these despicable activities is his wife, Catherine. The latest fraud of the Hagars is the collection of a million dollars which is supposed to build a new hospital wing. To get this money, the Hagars have invited a group of ...