Mission: Impossible: Season 1 (1966 - 1967)

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Season 1
Mission: Impossible

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 17, 1966
2
Air date: Sep 24, 1966
3
Air date: Oct 1, 1966
4
Air date: Oct 8, 1966
5
Air date: Oct 15, 1966
6
Air date: Oct 22, 1966
7
Air date: Oct 29, 1966
8
Air date: Nov 5, 1966
9
Air date: Nov 12, 1966
10
Air date: Nov 19, 1966
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Cast

Steven Hill
as Daniel Briggs
Barbara Bain
as Cinnamon Carter
Martin Landau
as Rollin Hand
Greg Morris
as Barney Collier
Peter Lupus
as Willy Armitage
Barbara Luna
as Elena Maria Del Barra
Mary Ann Mobley
as Crystal Walker
Ken Renard
as Assistant Manager
Barry Atwater
as Dr. Carlos Enero
Allen Joseph
as Dr. Ira Green
Joseph Ruskin
as Col. Jovann Scutari
Abraham Sofaer
as Thomas De Cuarto
Oscar Beregi
as Commandant
Albert Paulsen
as Joseph Barrish
Ben Hammer
as Callao
Joe Breen, Jr.
as Loft Manager
Nehemiah Persoff
as Prince Iben Kostas
George Takei
as Roger Lee
Donald Davis
as Sigismund Poljact
Renzo Cesana
as Presidente Gustavo Alfredo Fortuna
Donald Harron
as Ernst Graff
Simon Oakland
as Jack Wellman
Carroll O'Connor
as Josef Varsh
William Windom
as Deputy Premier Milos Pavel
Francis Lederer
as Senko Brobin
Barry Sullivan
as Alex Lowell
Richard Devon
as Insp. Gulick
Tom Troupe
as David Day
Leonard Stone
as Dmitri Soska
Lloyd Bridges
as Anastas Poltroni (Ted Carson)
Gunnar Hellstrom
as Frederick Rudd
Ricardo Montalban
as Gerard Sefra
Pat Hingle
as R.J. McMillan
Eartha Kitt
as Tina Mara
Fritz Weaver
as Imry Rogosh
Percy Rodrigues
as Capt. Trez
William Smithers
as Frank Egan
Albert Dekker
as Col. Shtemenko
Joseph Campanella
as Dr. Helmut Cherlotov
John Van Dreelen
as Prime Minister Henrik Durvard
Nico Minardos
as Andre Malif
Gene Roth
as Gen. Von Cramm
Jacques Denbeaux
as Vincent Deane
Malachi Throne
as Ambassador Brazneck
Joe Mantell
as Augie Gorman
Lee Bergere
as Alfred Kuderlee
Gail Kobe
as Lisa Goren
J.D. Cannon
as Miklos Klaar
Wally Cox
as Terry Targo
Mark Lenard
as Felipe Mora
Ann Ayers
as Consuelo Del Barra
Milton Selzer
as Jan Vornitz
Arthur Hill
as Janos Passik
Beatrice Straight
as Dr. Martha Richards Zubrovnik
John Colicos
as Comm. Taal Janowski
David Sheiner
as Andreas Solowiechek
Rhys Williams
as Prime Minister Ferenc Larya
Valentin de Vargas
as Miguel de Ramos
Mala Powers
as Dr. Karen Cherlotov
Émile Genest
as Dr. Kronen
Kent Smith
as Sen. William Townsend
Eddie Carroll
as Street Photographer
Phil Posner
as Tigran Portisch
Sid Haig
as Hidalgo
Joe De Santis
as Vito Scalesi
Vincent Van Lynn
as Oliver Borgman
Lin McCarthy
as George Forrester
Michael J. Shea
as Pietr Stakovar
Martine Bartlett
as Ariana Domi
David Opatoshu
as Deputy Premier Anton Kudnov
William Schallert
as Dr. Harrison Selby
Sorrell Booke
as Peter Kiri
John Crawford
as Prof. Franz Lubell
Lonny Chapman
as Edward Hughes
Richard Anderson
as Judge Wilson Chase
Curt Lowens
as Lt. Daglieri
Claude Woolman
as Paul von Schneer
Vic Perrin
as Dr. Ira Green
James Lanphier
as Col. Klimi
Edward Colmans
as Prof. Napolsky
Lou Robb
as Doctor
Paul Mantee
as Byron Miller
Paul Micale
as Desk Clerk
Alberto Monte
as Attendant
Joe Maross
as Frank Bates
Noah Keen
as Androv
Lawrence Montaigne
as Kostas' Aidie
Eric Feldary
as Assistant Director
Patrick Campbell
as Day Vault Clerk
Eric Lord
as Concessionaire
Ivor Barry
as Ian McCloud
Roger Til
as Baccarat Croupier
Mort Mills
as Al Souchek
Stanley Waxman
as Jonathan Davis
Paul Sorenson
as 1st Floor Guard
Edmund Tontini
as Nationalist
Cheryl Callaway
as Sandy Forrester
Bill Fletcher
as Max Brucker
Gene Dynarski
as Sergeant of Guard
Rick Traeger
as Instructor
Richard Bull
as Oliver Donovan
Max Kleven
as Attendant
Walter Mathews
as Detective
Tom Hernandez
as Desk Sergeant
Booth Colman
as Dr. Huss
Barry Russo
as Tiso Kastner
Alex Rodine
as Duchinoff
Lynn Wood
as Mrs. Stakovar
Patrick Horgan
as Erich Wolfe
Joe E. Tata
as Roulette Croupier
Don Marshall
as Police Officer
Todd Martin
as Mr. Stakovar
Socrates Ballis
as Maintenance Man
Walter Friedel
as Lt. Eiler
Arline Anderson
as Receptionist
Alex Bookston
as Man in Arcade
Ed McCready
as Telegraph Clerk
Shepherd Sanders
as Latin Politician
Robert Boon
as Kravetsky
Felix Locher
as Yablonski
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Critic Reviews for Mission: Impossible Season 1

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (3)

By spy show standards, the caliber of acting talent on Mission: Impossible is exceptional, with the ensemble giving extremely intelligent, low-key and subtle performances.

Dec 6, 2018 | Full Review…

With one of the most iconic intros in TV history, Mission: Impossible exploded onto screens in the late 1960s and became one of the most successful spy shows.

Dec 7, 2018 | Full Review…

While other series were getting goofier, in 1966, Mission: Impossible went the other direction, bringing a touch of class to the genre.

Dec 7, 2018 | Full Review…
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A good portion of each episode relied on images instead of dialogue, and between the subjective camerawork and the propulsive Lalo Schifrin score-which made even moments of nothingness seem fraught with tension.

Dec 6, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
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