Mission: Impossible: Season 4, Episode 11

The Brothers (14 Dec. 1969)

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The IMF team is charged with the overthrow of the leader of an oil rich Arab nation to be replaced by his twin brother being held captive in an an unknown location. The IMFs team of crack ... See full summary »

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Lisa
Lloyd Battista ...
King Selim / Prince Samandal
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Colonel Hatafis
Lee Bergere ...
Dr. Labashi
David Fresco ...
Ahmed
Noel De Souza ...
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Farid
Elizabeth Perry ...
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The IMF team is charged with the overthrow of the leader of an oil rich Arab nation to be replaced by his twin brother being held captive in an an unknown location. The IMFs team of crack medical pretenders stages an emergency organ transplant to create an opportunity to switch the brothers. But the ruthless head of the nation's military sees an opportunity to dispose of both brothers and seize power for himself. Written by David Foss

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Why did Jim Phelps deposit a dime in the phone's quarter slot?
17 August 2006 | by (Tujunga California) – See all my reviews

When Peter Graves goes to a telephone booth with an Out Of Order sign on the pay telephone, after he removes the temporary sign, there are three coin slots for 5-cents, 10-cents, and 25-cents. He deposits a dime into the quarter slot and unlocks the coin box with a key to start the tape record with Bob Johnson's usual message along with a large envelope of photographs. The story is about an Arab prince who made the King a prisoner, supposedly on a religious pilgrimage for the past six months. The Impossible Mission Force trick the plotters by faking an emergency operation when they convince the Prince's henchman, Colonel Hatafis that Prince Samandal needs a kidney from his brother, King Selim. The story is well constructed and plausible as usual!


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