Mission: Impossible (1966–1973)
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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.

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Cast

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Paris
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Dana Lambert (as Lesley Warren)
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Barney Collier
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Willy Armitage
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Cynthia Owens
Joe Maross ...
Sheriff Brad Owens
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Joe Keith
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Seth Morley
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Julia Keith
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Karl Burroughs
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Stan Sherman
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Corrigan
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Storyline

Phelps returns to his hometown to take care of some family business and to reunite with his childhood friends. Unfortunately, the happy occasion is short lived as several of the women in his childhood circle of friends have been murdered. Jim eventually decides to call in the IMF to help him investigate. At first they think that it is an emotionally disturbed Vietnam vet who several of the ladies wrote letters to. However, the suspect eventually turns out to be someone that no one ever expected. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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10 October 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This marks the 3rd mission in a row that features a minor character (though significant) with a connection to M*A*S*H (before M*A*S*H): Loretta Swit in this one, Larry Linville in the previous one (his third appearance) and Robert Alda (Alan Alda's father) in the first of the three. See more »

Goofs

When the car driven by Connie Hastings (Sharon Acker) is stopped by a flat tire in the teaser, the license plate on the vehicle is shown in close-up, and it is not a real California plate. Although it has the same color (yellow characters on a blue background) and letter-number combination (a group of three of each) of a real plate, the characters on the plate are flat, not stamped into metal, it does not say "California" on top, and it lacks the tabs at the top left and right corners for the month and year of the car's registration. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Connie Hastings: Hi, Jim!
James Phelps: Hi, Connie!
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