Mission: Impossible: Season 2, Episode 14

Echo of Yesterday (10 Dec. 1967)

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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.


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Episode credited cast:
Barney Collier (credit only)
Otto Kelmann
Col. Markus von Frank (as Hans Gudegast)
Richard Morrison ...
Heinz (as Gregory Mullavy)
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Himself (archive footage)


The team has to stop a German who is being groomed to be another Hitler. They decide to get his biggest backer, a German industrialist who knew Hitler to turn on him. And part of their plan is to get the industrialist to relive his wife's death at the hands of Hitler. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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An embarrassing episode...and among the very worst of the series.
28 April 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I love "Mission: Impossible" but I am not blind to bad episodes--and "Echo of Yesterday" is a very, very bad episode. It begins with the mission--and it's the third time the IM Force will fight a new Nazi party. However, oddly, a nice old man (Wilfrid Hyde-White--who is ridiculously cast) is bankrolling the new Fourth Reich. How can a nice person be a die-hard Nazi lover?! The plan is to convince the old guy that Hitler was bad! Wow...that's pretty dumb! Yet, even more odd is that the old guy's beloved wife was murdered by Hitler and he somehow forgot. So, after he's drugged, Rollin will impersonate old Adolph and convince the financier once and for all the Nazis are bad, um-kay.

As I said above, this particular show is embarrassing. Of COURSE Hitler WAS BAD--duh!!! A dumb plot, bad casting and the new Reich is becoming a tiresome subject.

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