Mission: Impossible: Season 4, Episode 21

Lover's Knot (22 Feb. 1970)

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The IMF's task is to find out who is running a U.K. spy ring. The team's lead is Lady Cora Weston, who seduces men in sensitive intelligence positions. Phelps' plan calls for him to pose as... See full summary »

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Willy Armitage (credit only)
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Lady Cora Weston
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Lord Richard Weston
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Tim Rorke
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Marvin Rogers
Charles Macaulay ...
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The IMF's task is to find out who is running a U.K. spy ring. The team's lead is Lady Cora Weston, who seduces men in sensitive intelligence positions. Phelps' plan calls for him to pose as a U.S. naval officer who will be Lady Cora's next target. The plan is complicated when Lady Cora falls for Paris, posing as another U.S. official. Paris also falls for Lady Cora. These entanglements become even more complicated when the IMF discovers the identify of the spy ring's leader. Written by Bill Koenig

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A fun connection. Jane Merrow played Susan Rushton in The Avengers' "Mission . . . Highly Improbable" in 1967. In 1970 she played Lady Cora Weston in Mission: Impossible's "Lover's Knot". She did the spoof/homage/rip-off/compliment show first. See more »

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Without giving away spoilers, the last scene is an interior shot of four people in a car - two in the front, two in the back seat. When we see the car from the exterior (on the road), there is no one in the back seat. See more »

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A lovely lady spy steals Paris's heart, but he soldiers on.
23 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Despite the pared down crew (no Peter Lupus, no girl-of-the-week), the acting in this one is a cut above the average for both the regulars and the guests, especially lovely Jane Merrow. Peter Graves as Jim as a dashing military man turned obsessed and distraught gambler fills his part in the plot, and has a little fun, as well. Leonard Nimoy, playing determinedly against type, goes all dreamy-eyed for a villainous lady, while the dual personalities of the spy "K" keeps his identity secret for quite some time. And instead of exiting the scene in their trusty old van, our heroes head for Scotland Yard in the villain's own Rolls Royce. Now that's class!


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