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Episode credited cast:
Max Harte (as Tony Hamilton)
Terry Markwell ...
Casey Randall
Bob Johnson ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alfred Kubler
Arron Wayne Cull ...
Erich Wolfe (as Wayne Cull)
Raymond Duparc ...
Sommelier (as Ray Duparc)
Maximillian Brucker
Himself (archive footage)
Von Schau
Chuck McKinney ...
Ernst Graff


During World War Ii, Hitler amassed a huge amount of gold, which he entrusts to four of his confidantes to make sure that his legacy continues. But because several Nazis were apprehended in the 60's, which was when they were suppose to make their move, they choose to let the next generation handle it. And they are ready to make their move so Jim is instructed to stop them. Jim has Max replace the one member they know of because they've never met. And they're meeting in Switzerland. After the four meet, one of them asks them to reveal a number they were told to remember, which is the code to a Swiss account. But, because Max doesn't know, he says he won't reveal it till they all go to the bank. The one who asks pulls a gun and tells Max to reveal it because it is only the beginning, they're still more they need from each other. But Max stands his ground and Jim has to find a way to get the number. And plans to use the history of the man who pulled the gun on Max to drive a wedge ... Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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27 November 1988 (USA)  »

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The information on the microdot and the watch glasses supposedly have been made in 1945. However, one of the gravestones the solution connects with each other shows that the person buried there died only in 1977. See more »


[first lines]
Jim Phelps: They say this thing goes 60 miles an hour. Sounds exciting.
Attendant: Well, it depends on how much excitement you want.
Jim Phelps: Some people never get enough.
Attendant: Hey, if speed's your thing, here, take my car. It'll make this thing look like slow motion.
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A few years too late and a retread....
4 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

While IMDb doesn't indicate it, this one is a remake of one of the original episodes of "Mission: Impossible". Back in the 1960s, the notion of some Nazis trying to recreate a Fourth Reich was ridiculous...but not nearly as ridiculous as in the late 1980s.

The show begins with a prologue filled with stock footage. It seems that some Nazis were hiding some stolen gold. When the show then cuts back to 1988, Phelps tells his team that $5,000,000,000 in Nazi gold was about to be reclaimed by the grandsons of four high ranking Nazis. The four grandsons will head up a move to destabilize the world by funding global terrorism with the money. So, it's imperative they stop the four from getting together. If possible, they also need to reclaim this gold.

Oddly, the plan involves taking one of the four grandsons prisoner and having Nicholas (Thaao Penghlis) pretend to be this guy. I say odd because he hardly looks like an Aryan sort. Regardless, he's to meet with the three unknown grandsons and present credentials stolen from the real grandson and then find out where the gold is hidden.

In the meantime, Phelps and the rest of the team work on Alfred (the captured man) to make him talk. Using drugs and hypnosis, they learn the missing code numbers. But, it turns out the key is even MORE complicated. Can they work it all out before these Neo-Nazis show to collect their gold?

A good and exciting episode but a repeat as well as a plot idea that just doesn't make a lotta sense. Well worth seeing but a disappointment.

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