The American submarine USS Concorde is dramatically lost at sea and the few surviving crew members report that the submarine was blown apart by a torpedo containing a sophisticated computer... See full summary »

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Nicholas Black
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Max Harte (as Tony Hamilton)
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Grant Collier
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Shannon Reed
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Andrew Clarke ...
Captain O'Neill
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Etienne Reynard
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The American submarine USS Concorde is dramatically lost at sea and the few surviving crew members report that the submarine was blown apart by a torpedo containing a sophisticated computer virus. This virus killed the submarine's computer system, leading to the underwater ship being impossible to control. Jim Phelps and his team of agents get the mission to find the virus program which sunk the Concorde, so that an antidote program can be created. They moreover have to find the virus's creators, and put them out of the virus creating business for good. Written by Anonymous

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29 April 1989 (USA)  »

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The underwater scenes of the Concord are obviously not a new nuclear sub, they appear to have been taken from Ice Station Zebra (1968). See more »

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After Grant and Shannon identify Sheppard, they tell Nicholas that Sheppard is at one o'clock (meaning he would be in front of Nicholas and to Nicholas' right). However, Sheppard is behind Nicholas' back and over his left shoulder (which is seven o'clock). See more »

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Admiral Edgar Sheppard: [after dropping distress beacon with virus into the ocean] Good hunting.
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A familiar trick from the old "Mission: Impossible"....
11 March 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

An evil admiral is trying to sell a nasty weapon...and you see it demonstrated at the beginning of the show. Using a distress beacon, he lures a submarine to a location but instead of finding a stricken ship, it's a trap....and a virus is injected into the sub's computer. Soon it goes haywire and nearly all hands are lost.

The IM team needs to find this evil man, get a copy of his virus and put him out of commission for good. So, when he is meeting with bidders coming to buy his virus, they arrange for a fake poison gas attack! Soon folks start dropping like flies everywhere and a team arrives to 'rescue' the admiral. He finds himself aboard a sub and this is a very familiar part of the show, as they did a similar sort of thing with an evil Nazi back in the 1960s version of the show.

All in all, a very good episode...enjoyable and with an excellent ending.


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