Mission: Impossible: Season 2, Episode 9

The Seal (5 Nov. 1967)

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Taggert, a U.S. industrialist, has acquired a jade figure, which has great religious significance to Kuala Rokat. That nation is a small but strategically located nation which borders China... See full summary »

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Taggert, a U.S. industrialist, has acquired a jade figure, which has great religious significance to Kuala Rokat. That nation is a small but strategically located nation which borders China. Taggert's acquisition threatens to undo years of sensitive U.S. diplomacy but there is no legal way to force him to give the figure back. Phelps devises a plan which, among other things, calls for causing havoc with Taggert's mainframe computer, Rollin impersonating an academic from Kuala Rokat and using a highly trained cat in getting the jade away from Taggert. Written by Bill Koenig

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There were as many as 12 different cats used, each trained to do one specific task. See more »

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In one of the close in shots of Rusty walking the platform towards the seal, the section he walks onto overlaps the one he walks away from, as if it was filmed on his way back. The sections fit inside each other as one travels towards the seal. See more »

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Rusty the Ginger Cat Uncredited, but why?
8 June 2006 | by (Tujunga California) – See all my reviews

Animal actor Rusty the Ginger Tom Cat was uncredited although he was the main actor in the story in which it is he who retrieves the Seal from the glass case in a security vault. In the final scene the cast commends him and he meows twice his approval to his human actors and actress. Darren McGavin was at his best as the bad guy and the only person to be hurt is the security guard supervisor (Russ Bender)who gets fired by J. Richard Taggart for failing to account for a missing I.D. tag that turns up later.The two ambulance attendants are forced to go to the top of the elevator and it can only be guessed at if they were released without being charged as accomplices of the Impossible Mission Force?


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