The Impossible Missions Force is back for more dangerous assignments, elaborate plots and incredible disguises in the second round of this popular series as Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) takes over as the team's new leader.
Femme fatale Dana Lambert (Lesley Ann Warren) joins the hit series this season, which finds Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) and the rest of the team tackling assignments in the United States as they go after organized crime and homegrown terrorists.
Season 4 of this thrilling series finds the team racing to thwart a scientist who's developed a dangerous mind control drug; going undercover to free a wrongfully imprisoned prince; and foiling several attempted political coups.
In the show's seventh and final season, Phelps and his crew infiltrate the Syndicate and continue to keep suspense high as the long-running crime drama draws to a close.
In this collection of Season 1 episodes, the IMF recovers nuclear warheads, goes after Nazi gold and poses as caterers to bring down a gangster meddling in politics.
Jim Phelps, Barney Collier, Rollin Hand, Willy Armitage, Cinnamon Carter and the rest of the Impossible Mission Force are back for another exciting season -- and they always accept the mission.
Posing as the new chief investigator of the Senate Crime Committee, Phelps harasses Wayne. When the syndicate condemns one of its members, Jimmy Bibo, to death, the IMF rescues him and persuades him to divulge important information about Wayne.
The IMF continues to battle slave-trading in a Middle Eastern country by eliminating De Groot, one of the principal suppliers of victims for King Borca's slave market.
The IMF is called upon to end an inhuman situation that the United Nations has been unable to stop: slave trade in the country of Elkabar, ruled by King Ibn Borca.
To locate a hoard of stolen money, the IMF takes the one man who knows its hiding place (guest star Stephen McNally) on a bizarre submarine voyage on Paramount Television's "Mission: Impossible."
Hand gains entry to the prison by being arrested as a pickpocket. He succeeds in getting Vossek out of his cell and onto the roof of the prison. Only then does Vossek learn that the partial escape has only been a rehearsal.
To crack the fortress-like apartment where the formula is under lock and key, Jim Phelps sets an elaborate plan in motion, unaware of a new protective device that imperils the whole mission.
In a battle with organized crime, the IMF sets up a bizarre mind-transfer experiment to convince a syndicate leader he is being double crossed.
When a would-be dictator installs a double in the premier's office to aid his bid for power, Paris disguises himself as the premier and Phelps in turn operates a robot programmed to double cross the dictator.
Jim Phelps lets himself be framed for murder in a scheme to discredit a scientist who has developed a mind-destroying drug.
While Phelps provides diversionary tactics with his flamboyant behavior, the IMF races to disarm a time bomb set by an enemy agent to trigger a nuclear pile.
To free an imprisoned priest whose life is at stake, Jim Phelps poses as a missionary, Paris becomes a Chinese general and Barney builds a helicopter.
The IMF plan to save a friendly monarchy from a dictator is jeopardized when Barney's mishap upsets a precise timetable for rescuing Francesca from burial in an ancient tomb.