Mission: Impossible (1966–1973)
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Trial by Fury 

The IMF goes to a prison camp inside a totalitarian Latin American country. At the camp, an opposition leader is kept in isolation. One of his followers arranged to be arrested and has ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Cinnamon Carter
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Willy Armitage (credit only)
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Leduc
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Sperizzi
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Klaus
Joseph Bernard ...
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Valesquez
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Manuel Delgado
Don Paulin ...
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Jay Della ...
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Gil Galvano ...
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Storyline

The IMF goes to a prison camp inside a totalitarian Latin American country. At the camp, an opposition leader is kept in isolation. One of his followers arranged to be arrested and has become a trustee, helping to get the opposition leader's messages out to his countrymen. Prisoners believe the trustee to be an informer. Phelps and Barney arrive as prisoners, aiming to expose the real informer. They're aided by Cinnamon (posing as a Red Cross official) and Rollin (as a guard). The question is whether Phelps can work fast enough to save an innocent man's life. Written by Bill Koenig

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10 March 1968 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The prison camp in this episode is the "Stalag 13" set from Hogan's Heroes (1965) with some minor redressing. See more »

Goofs

Near the end, an accident is staged between a truck and a station wagon. Just before impact, the wagon is already dented. See more »

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Person on Tape: [voice on tape] Good afternoon, Mr. Phelps. Manuel Delgado, the patron saint of his country's Freedom Party, recently was sent to prison by the totalitarian regime now in power. To help Delgado continue to lead the resistance movement from behind bars, this man, Santos Cardoza, had himself arrested and imprisoned. Needing freedom of action in order to act as liaison, Cardoza managed to become a trustee. This is led to grave danger for him because the other convicts believe he is an ...
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