In the conclusion of the two-part episode, Jim Phelps has taken a position as a security officer at the underground bunker where Dr. Erich Rojak is working on a long-range missile that may change the balance of world power. Unbeknown to the IMF, however, Alexander Ventlos, a professional killer sent by another unfriendly government to kill Dr. Rojak, has already used his disguise talents to infiltrate the bunker. In the meantime, hoping to free Rojak's wife Anna, the IMF has managed to plant Cinnamon Carter in a holding cell near Anna, while Phelps uses a miniature flying saucer to get a drug-filled hypodermic to Dr. Rojak. But Ventlos' presence threatens to ruin the carefully-laid IMF plans. Written by
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The signs in the laboratory of this unnamed foreign totalitarian country include words extremely close to English, such as "On and Offe", "Ground Levul" and "Danjer," as well as ordinary English words like "Fuel Mix" to which have been added umlauts. Since the actors use the vaguely "foreign" pronunciations such as "v" for "w" (Russian) and "v" for "f" (German) and never pronounce American words with extra syllables or with umlauts, it is difficult to guess which part of a presumable Europe this country could be adjacent to or assumed to be, and suggests an ignorance of (or lack of care for) fairly obvious linguistics on the part of the writer and producers. See more
As the team is going up the elevator to escape, the level indicator reaches 50 meters, meaning 50 meters to reach the surface. As Jim says something like there's a minute to go, we see the level indicator at 70 meters again. See more
[the assassin Alexander Ventlos has knocked out Rollin and disguised himself as Rollin, who is disguised as a heart surgeon, in order to assassinate Rojak, whom the IMF have given a faked heart attack. Strat delivers the passwords to open the sealed doors
Ah, doctor, I'll open the doors for you. January, suborbital, denomination.
Well, Doctor, what do you think? Do you think we can make a temporary life support system?
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