Mobsters Larson, and Rogan have made a deal to support Gen. Oliver Hammond in his bid to take over the island nation of Camagua. The IMF capture the mobsters en route, and force them to ... See full summary »

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Lisa Casey (credit only)
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Charles Rogan
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Arnold Sanders
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Marcy Carpenter
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Gen. Oliver Hammond
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Lawrence Chalmers
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Mobsters Larson, and Rogan have made a deal to support Gen. Oliver Hammond in his bid to take over the island nation of Camagua. The IMF capture the mobsters en route, and force them to reveal the location of the safe deposit key before Hammond can apprehend the group. Written by EEM

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At the time this aired, US $1,000 dollar bills had not been printed since 1945 and had officially been withdrawn from circulation for three years. See more »

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Early in the episode, when Willy (Peter Lupus) dives off the yacht and is apparently abandoned in the ocean, a shot of him being left in the yacht's wake shows a corner of the boat from which the camera is shooting the scene. See more »

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James Phelps: Can you change a thousand-dollar bill?
First contact: No, you have to see the manager.
James Phelps: I was told by Mr. Harrington that you'd change it.
First contact: Mr. Harrington? Of course, sir.
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Change in focus by 1972
21 May 2017 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

By the time "The Deal" aired at the end of 1972, Mission: Impossible had gone through a LOT of changes. Of the original cast, only Greg Morris and Peter Lupus remained, and the IMF team had gone to dealing with organized crime.

That said, this episode is a taut one with a terrific cast. Here, we have LLoyd Bochner, Van Williams, Robert Webber and Lana Wood, among others. And Peter Lupus gets to shine here with a subplot in which he is wounded and taken in by the bad guys.

This episode moves at a fast pace, and keeps you in suspense. However, as we all know, this was the final season for the series. Still, not a bad way to end its run.


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