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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Mission: Impossible' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Mission: Impossible':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 28, 1969: The Code
Season 4, episode 1
W: Ken Pettus   D: Stuart Hagmann

With Nate Esformes (Lacerda), A Martinez (Young Man), Joaquin Martinez (Desk Guard), Art Lewis (Janitor), Roberto Contreras (Captain Avila), Harold Gould (Vincente Bravo), Michael Constantine (Nikor Janos), Alexandra Hay (Lynn), Victor Campos (Mansion Guard), Joany Playdon (Stewardess), Jay Tavars (Technician).
In order to crack a vital code, the IMF must hijack a plane so the enemy can capture one of the passengers.

October 5, 1969: The Numbers Game
Season 4, episode 2
W: Leigh Vance   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lee Meriwether (Tracey), Bob Bralver (Driver), Torin Thatcher (General Rados Adolph Gollan), May Britt (Eva Gollan), Don Francks (Major Alex Denesch), Karl Swenson (Dr. Ziegler), Than Wyenn (Dr. Wessell), Gil Perkins (Russian Colonel), Vincent Deadrick (Private), Erik Holland (Announcer), Lew Palter (Lawyer).
The IMF sets out to learn a deposed dictator's Swiss bank account number to stop him from attempting to regain power.

October 12, 1969: The Controllers (1)
Season 4, episode 3
W: Laurence Heath   D: Paul Krasny

With David Sheiner (Dr. Karl Turek), Robert Ellenstein (Deputy Premier Voss), Lee Duncan (Barney double), Dina Merrill (Meredith), Alfred Ryder (Colonel Borodin), Brooke Bundy (Katherine), H.M. Wynant (Lorkner), Harry Davis (General Zagin), Leonard Stone (Major Alud), Jonathan Brooks (Martyn), Michael Stefani (Jailhouse Guard), Ralph Leabow (Corridor Guard), Ben Dobbins (Lorkner double).
The IMF schemes to set Willy up as a human guinea pig to combat a mind-destroying drug that could enslave the free world. First of two parts.

October 19, 1969: The Controllers (2)
Season 4, episode 4
W: Laurence Heath   D: Paul Krasny

With David Sheiner (Dr. Karl Turek), Robert Ellenstein (Deputy Premier Voss), Lee Duncan (Barney's double), Dina Merrill (Meredith), Alfred Ryder (Colonel Borodin), Brooke Bundy (Katherine), H.M. Wynant (Lorkner), Harry Davis (General Zagin), Leonard Stone (Major Alud), Jonathan Brooks (Martyn), Michael Stefani (Jailhouse Guard), Ralph Leabow (Corridor Guard), Ben Dobbins (Lorkner's double).
Jim Phelps lets himself be framed for murder in a scheme to discredit a scientist who's developed a mind-destroying drug.

October 26, 1969: Fool's Gold
Season 4, episode 5
W: Ken Pettus   D: Murray Golden

With Arline Anderson (Secretary), Sally Ann Howes (Beth), Nehemiah Persoff (Igor Stravos), David Opatoshu (Premier Roshkoff), Ronald Long (Sir Malcolm Forrester), Paul Marin (Clerk), Jak Brami (Guard).
Paris must break through a brain-destroying ultrasonic barrier to obtain counterfeit plates which are going to be used to ruin a friendly country.

November 2, 1969: Commandante
Season 4, episode 6
W: Laurence Heath   D: Barry Crane

With Arthur Batanides (Father Paolo Dominguin), Sid Haig (Major Carlos Martillo), Lawrence Dane (Commandante Juan Acero), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Mayor Esbarto), Pepe Callahan (Colonel Ortiz), David Sachs (Pedro Sanchez), Ann Morell (Louisa), Victor Leona (Prison Guard).
To free an imprisoned priest whose life is at stake, Jim Phelps poses as a missionary, Paris becomes a Chinese general and Barney bulds a helicopter.

November 16, 1969: Submarine
Season 4, episode 7
W: Donald James   D: Paul Krasny

With Lee Meriwether (Tracey), William Wintersole (Raskov), Stephen McNally (Kruger Schtelman), Ramon Bieri (Colonel Jaroslav Sardner), Albert Kramer (Carella), Steve London (Somers), Gene Tyburn (Sergeant).
To locate a horde of stolen money, the IMF takes the one man who knows its hiding place on a bizarre submarine voyage.

November 23, 1969: Mastermind
Season 4, episode 8
W: Jerry Ludwig   D: Georg Fenady

With Lee Duncan (Barney's double), Alice Reinheart (Nurse Larkin), Lucas White (Flynn), Joel Lawerence (Carter), Ben Wright (Dr. Irving Berman), Gerald Hiken (Thomas Galvin), William Bryant (Nicholson), Paul Stewart (Jonas Stone), Donnelly Rhodes (Lou Merrick).
The IMF battles organized crime in a plot to control narcotics traffic by using fake blackmail evidence against top government leaders.

November 30, 1969: Robot
Season 4, episode 9
W: Howard Berk   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lee Meriwether (Tracey), Vic Perrin (Anton Massik), Socrates Ballis (Customs Man), Malachi Throne (Deputy Premier Gregor Kamirov), Larry Linville (Alexi Silensky), Jan Merlin (Captain Danko), Richard Anders (Lieutenant), Ken Delo (Mr. Mechanico), Sergi Tschernisch (TV Director).
Jim Phelps turns magician and Paris assumes five identities to prevent a would-be dictator from installing a look-alike in the office of the premier.

December 7, 1969: The Double Circle
Season 4, episode 10
W: Jerry Ludwig   D: Barry Crane

With Robert Ritchie (Erickson), Anne Francis (Gillian Colbee), James Patterson (Victor Laszlo), Jason Evers (Ray Dunson), Thom Barr (Dick Miller), Albert Sklar (Markoff).
The IMF takes on the task of preventing the destruction of a secret formula vital to America's missile defense.

December 14, 1969: The Brothers
Season 4, episode 11
W: Leigh Vance   D: Murray Golden

With Joseph Ruskin (Colonel Hatafis), Lee Duncan (Second Reporter), Michele Carey (Lisa), Lloyd Battista (King Selim/Prince Samandal), Lee Bergere (Dr. Labashi), David Fresco (Ahmed), Noel de Souza (Behram), Henry Brandon (Farid), Elizabeth Perry (First Nurse), Fred Villani (First Reporter).
The IMF devises an ingenious plot to persuade an ailing tyrant to bring his twin brother -- the rightful ruler -- out of imprisonment to serve as donor for an operation.

December 21, 1969: Time Bomb
Season 4, episode 12
W: Paul Playdon   D: Murray Golden

With Jacques Denbeaux (IMF Captain), Bob Bralver (Foreman), Barbara Luna (Wai Lee), Bert Freed (General Brenner), Morgan Sterne (Anton Malek), William Hansen (Dr. Wimmel), Michael Mikler (Lt. Reigler), Art Koulias (Doctor), Mario Machado (Technician), Lucetta Jenison (Nurse), Allen Bleiweiss (Orderly), Peter Church (Engineer), John Aniston (First IMF Captain).
The IMF races time to disarm a bomb set to trigger the nuclear pile in a top secret atomic installation.

December 28, 1969: The Amnesiac
Season 4, episode 13
W: Ken Pettus, Robert Malcolm Young   D: Reza Badiyi

With Anthony Zerbe (Col. Alex Vorda), Tony Van Bridge (Erhard Poltzin), Victor Paul (Jack Ashbough), Philippe Nemonn (Second Guard), Steve Ihnat (Maj. Paul Johan), Bruce Kirby (TV Newsman), Julie Gregg (Monique), Lisabeth Hush (Alena Ober), Jerry Spicer (Black), Kurt Grayson (First Guard).
Jim Phelps initiates a complex scheme to learn the whereabouts of a compund that could upset the world power balance.

January 4, 1970: The Falcon (1)
Season 4, episode 14
W: Paul Playdon   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lee Meriwether (Tracey), John Vernon (General Sabattini), Jack Donner (Buccaro), Peter Kilman (Stephan's Guard), Arline Anderson (Receptionist), Noel Harrison (Nicolai), Logan Ramsey (Colonel Vargas), Marcel Hillaire (Bishop), Joseph Reale (Prince Stephan), Dal Jenkins (Rousek).
Jim Phelps and the IMF set out to save a friendly monarchy from a dictator trying to assume control through a forced marriage.

January 11, 1970: The Falcon (2)
Season 4, episode 15
W: Paul Playdon   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lee Meriwether (Tracey), John Vernon (Colonel Ramon Sabattini), Jack Donner (Buccaro), Peter Kilman (Stephan's Guard), Arline Anderson (Receptionist), Noel Harrison (Nicolai), Logan Ramsey (Colonel Vargas), Marcel Hillaire (Bishop), Joseph Reale (Prince Stephan), Dal Jenkins (Rousek).
Barney is blinded in an accident, a bride-to-be is buried alive and Paris poses as a man who is marked for murder in the second of a three-part episode.

January 18, 1970: The Falcon (3)
Season 4, episode 16
W: Paul Playdon   D: Reza Badiyi

With John Vernon (Colonel Ramon Sabattini), Jack Donner (Buccaro), Peter Kilman (Stephan's Guard), Arline Anderson (Receptionist), Lee Meriwether (Tracey), Noel Harrison (Nicolai), Logan Ramsey (Colonel Vargas), Marcel Hillaire (Bishop), Joseph Reale (Prince Stephan), Dal Jenkins (Rousek).
A trained falcon is summoned in a last-ditch rescue attempt when Jim Phelps finds his IMF endangered by a traitor's assasination plot. Conclusion of three parts.

January 25, 1970: Chico
Season 4, episode 17
W: Ken Pettus   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Gregory Sierra (Butler), Jock Gaynor (Rafael), Thomas A. Geas (Sanchez), Percy Rodrigues (Arturo Sandoval), Fernando Lamas (Ramon Prado).
Jim Phelps recruits man's best friend, a tiny terrier named Chico, to try to retrieve a vital list of undercover agents from its hiding place in a narcotic kingpin's stamp collection.

February 1, 1970: Gitano
Season 4, episode 18
W: Laurence Heath   D: Barry Crane

With Barry Atwater (Grand Clement), Margarita Cordova (Zorka), Peter Mark Richman (General Aragas), Rudy Solari (Colonel Moya), Barry Williams (King Victor), Roberto Contreras (Captain Mestovo), Robert Carricart (Erdos), John Rayner (Captain Serra), Leo G. Morrell (Major Forano), Richard Romanus (Guard), Ted White (Piqueros), James Turley (Brinadi).
Jim Phelps organizes a complex scheme of rescue -- then betrayal -- to convince a young prince that a trusted advisor is attempting to seize power.

February 8, 1970: Phantoms
Season 4, episode 19
W: Laurence Heath   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Ivor Barry (Edmund Moore), Ralph Leabow (Jan Golni), Ben Astar (Deputy Premier Barzin), Michael Baseleon (Georgi Kull), Jeff Pomerantz (Stefan Zara), Antoinette Bower (Nora Bennett), Luther Adler (Leo Vorka), Gregory Sierra (Gomal).
The IMF devises a plan to induce hallucinations in a ruthless premier who's carrying out a purge of his country's young artists.

February 15, 1970: Terror
Season 4, episode 20
W: Laurence Heath   D: Marvin Chomsky

With David Opatoshu (Ahmed Vassier), Joe De Santis (Marak), Arlene Martel (Atheda), Michael Tolan (Ismet El Kabir), Ron Feinberg (Jenab), Leland Murray (Rafik).
A plan to calm a Middle East hot spot includes an IMF offer of a load of dynamite to a group of terrorists.

February 22, 1970: Lover's Knot
Season 4, episode 21
W: Laurence Heath   D: Reza Badiyi

With George Wilbur (Chauffeur), Vic Perrin (Voice of Peter Stone), Jane Merrow (Lady Cora Weston), John Williams (Lord Richard Weston), Don Knight (Tim Rorke), Jerry Douglas (Marvin Rogers), Charles Macaulay (Conway), Peter Ashton (Blake), William Beckley (Diceman), Ford Lile (Ross).
Assigned to get involved with a beautiful enemy agent, Paris succeeds too well and finds himself in love and in danger of ruining the IMF mission.

March 1, 1970: Orpheus
Season 4, episode 22
W: Paul Playdon   D: Gerald Mayer

With Albert Paulsen (Eric Bergman), Bart La Rue (Lt. Reikman), Jessica Walter (Valerie), Bruce Glover (Major Deiter), Booth Colman (Werner Stravos), Gene Benton (Dr. Mannerheim), Allen Joseph (Dr. Tratzmer), Karl Bruck (Defense Minister).
Jim Phelps poses as a drug addict in a risky plan to get behind the Iron Curtain and stop an unknown assassin from killing an unknown victim.

March 8, 1970: The Crane
Season 4, episode 23
W: Ken Pettus   D: Paul Krasny

With Carl Betz (General Yuri Kozani), Felice Orlandi (Colonel Strabo), Don Eitner (Rafik), Eric Mason (Constantine), George Fisher (Lieutenant), Ralph Ventura (Clay).
After rescuing a prisoner from execution, the IMF moves to create dissention between a dictator and his security chief.

March 15, 1970: Death Squad
Season 4, episode 24
W: Laurence Heath   D: Barry Crane

With Pernell Roberts (Chief Manuel Corba), Cicely Tyson (Alma Ross), Leon Askin (Riva), John Schuck (Lieutenant Jocaro), Richard Angarola (Tolima), Valentin de Vargas (Luis Corba), Natividad Vacio (Flower Man), Luanne Roberts (Louisa), Trish Mahoney (Maria).
Jim Phelps leads the IMF on a personal rescue mission when Barney is arrested and marked for execution by a sadistic Caribbean police chief.

March 22, 1970: The Choice
Season 4, episode 25
W: Ken Pettus   D: Allan Greedy, Barry Crane

With Sid Haig (Goujon), Josh Adams (House Guard), Nan Martin (Grandduchess Teresa), Arthur Franz (First Minister Andre Picard), Alan Bergmann (Colonel Antoine Benet), Dick Poston (Cook).
To save a duchess from losing her life and her country, Jim Phelps sets himself and Paris up as targets for assassination by the would-be dictator.

March 29, 1970: The Martyr
Season 4, episode 26
W: Ken Pettus   D: Virgil Vogel

With Anna Lee (Maria Malik), John Larch (Premier Anton Rojek), Scott Marlowe (Joseph Czerny), Lynn Kellogg (Roxy), Ken Swofford (Vaclav), Peter Brocco (Dr. Valari), Ed Bakey (Dr. Kadar), Buck Holland (Security Guard).
An IMF scheme to prevent a student congress from being used as a "rubber stamp" by a repressive premier includes Jim Phelps' capture and the betrayal of Paris.

September 19, 1970: The Killer
Season 5, episode 1
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Paul Krasny

With Robert Conrad (Eddie Lorca), Davis Roberts (William Barton), Carole Carle (Flo), Byron Morrow (Alfred E. Chambers/Scorpio), Martin Ashe (Clerk), Helen Spring (Old Lady), Pegi Boucher (Girl), Victoria Hale (Maid), Tommy Huff (Bellhop), Richard Karie (Man), Rachel English (Woman).
New time and day as the series begins its fifth year. The IMF is assigned to prevent a professional assassin from carrying out his mission, without knowing the identity of his target. Lesley Warren joins the cast as singer-actress Dana Lambert.

September 26, 1970: Flip Side
Season 5, episode 2
W: Jackson Gillis   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Kasey Rogers (Bunny Cameron), Bob Golden (Customs Man), John Rivera (Tito), Ford Lile (Pusher), Joy Bang (Girl), Jose DeVega (Freddie), Robert Alda (Diego Maximillian), Dana Elcar (C.W. Cameron), Sal Mineo (Mel Bracken).
In order to break up an international narcotics ring, Phelps recruits Dana to portray a singer who is lured into the drug scene.

October 3, 1970: The Innocent
Season 5, episode 3
W: Marc Norman, Laurence Heath   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Robert Ellenstein (Dr. M. Vazan), Christopher Connelly (Dr. Jerome Carlin), Larry Linville (Colonel Leo Orlov), Than Wyenn (General Skolpin), Katherine Darc (Kudy Moore), Victor Brandt (Doctor), Gene Tyburn (Technician Tirkin), Sy Prescott (Security Guard), Jorge Ben-Hur (Waiter).
Phelps and his IMF force have to contend with a non-cooperative young computer genius who has "dropped out" of society. They need his services when Barney is injured and held captive while trying to destroy a deadly chemical being produced by a foreign government.

October 10, 1970: Homecoming
Season 5, episode 4
W: Laurence Heath   D: Reza Badiyi

With Joe Maross (Sheriff Brad Owens), Jack Donner (Stan Sherman), Jacqueline Scott (Cynthia Owens), Fred Beir (Joe Keith), Loretta Swit (Midge Larson), Frank Webb (Seth Morley), Patricia Smith (Julia Keith), Sharon Acker (Connie Hastings), Larry Pennell (Karl Burroughs), James B. Sikking (Corrigan), Owen Bush (Reynolds).
Phelps returns to his hometown on personal business, only to discover the place in a state of panic due to the mysterious deaths of several girls.

October 17, 1970: Flight
Season 5, episode 5
W: Harold Livingston   D: Barry Crane

With John Colicos (Chief of Internal Security Manuel Ferrar), Lloyd Battista (Chief of Police Francisco Diaz), James Almanzar (Lieutenant Barata), Tol Avery (Stone), John S. Ragin (Butler), Shepherd Sanders (Plato), Conrad Parham (Airline Clerk), Shirley Washington (Stewardess), Dom Tattoli (Presidente Adolfo Rojas), Ron Henriquez (Airport Guard), Bill Baldwin (Announcer).
A rebellious Caribbean government official plans to take over his country by having his president assasinated while in the U.S. to speak before a joint session of Congress.

October 24, 1970: My Friend, My Enemy
Season 5, episode 6
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gerald Mayer

With Tony Giorgio (Meerghan), Bart La Rue (Guard #2), Peter Mark Richman (Dr. Paul Tabor), Bruce Glover (Ernst Bandar), Wesley Lau (Karl Maur), Jill Haworth (Enid Brugge / Marla Kassel), Chris Holter (Inga), Aaron Fletcher (Desk Clerk), Edward Bach (Guard #1), Walter Davis (Attendant).
A glamorous double agent uses her feminine wiles on Paris to set him up for an enemy plot. Through a delicate brain operation he is programmed to liquidate his "control" -- Jim Phelps.

October 31, 1970: Butterfly
Season 5, episode 7
W: Jerry Ludwig, Eric Bercovici   D: Gerald Mayer

With Khigh Dhiegh (Toshio Masaki), Benson Fong (Inspector Akita), Lisa Lu (Mioshi Kellem), James Shigeta (Shiki), Helen Funai (Nobu Kellem), Russ Conway (Harry Kellem), Dale Ishimoto (Saburi), Shuji Nozawa (Osaki), Leonard Pronko (Specialty Dancer), Bill Sato (Fighter), Roy Ogata (Fighter).
The IMF attempts to clear an American businessman in Japan of false charges that he murdered his Japanese wife.

November 7, 1970: Decoy
Season 5, episode 8
W: John D.F. Black   D: Seymour Robbie

With Paul Stevens (Alexi Kerkoska), Sid Haig (Agent #1), Bart La Rue (Agent #6), Tom McDonough (Agent #7), Julie Gregg (Anna Kerkoska), Michael Strong (Police Chief Petrovitch), Joshua Bryant (Stefan), Arthur Malet (Undertaker), Richard Eric Winter (Orishev), Rosanna Hoffman (Guide), Victor Paul (Chauffeur).
The IMF is assigned the task of bringing the daughter of an Iron Curtain country's late dictator out of that country.

November 14, 1970: The Amateur
Season 5, episode 9
W: Ed Adamson   D: Paul Krasny

With Anthony Zerbe (Eric Schilling), Ron Feinberg (Colonel Kurt Eckert), Lisa Pera (Clara Schram), Don Eitner (Danzig), Allen Joseph (Max Wittstock), Peter Brocco (Father Bernard), Biff Manard (Lieutenant Seelik), Al Roberts (Drunk).
Part of an Iron Curtain country's secret weapon, useless if not complete, is taken by an unscrupulous nightclub owner before it can be brought to the U.S.

November 21, 1970: Hunted
Season 5, episode 10
W: Helen Hoblock Thompson   D: Terry Becker

With Ivor Barry (Chief Inspector Banco), Ta-Tanisha (Maryana "Gabby" Renfrow), John S. Ragin (Pharmacist), Joe Morton (Clerk), John Alderson (Follet), Elaine Church (Pharmacist's Wife), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Luddy), Kirk Scott (Guard), Michael St. Clair (Blacksmith), Edgar Winston (Police Sergeant), Joseph Lancaster (Policeman), Dick Dial (Masked Barney).
While on a project to rescue an imprisoned patriot, IMF member Barney is wounded and has to be left behind in order for his mates to complete their mission.

November 28, 1970: The Rebel
Season 5, episode 11
W: Ken Pettus   D: Barry Crane

With Arthur Batanides (Lieutenant Kappelo), Mark Lenard (Colonel Bakram), Bob Purvey (Alex Khora), Davana Brown (Irina), Jonathan Lippe (Father Sebastian), David Roya (Klos), Richard Shelfo (Haratch), Diane Holly (Girl), Ralph Ventura (Soldier).
Phelps poses as an archaeology professor and Dana as one of his graduate students, as the IMF goes to the aid of guerrilla fighters in obtaining vital scientific information.

December 12, 1970: Squeeze Play
Season 5, episode 12
W: David Moessinger   D: Virgil Vogel

With Albert Paulsen (Albert Zembra), Peter Kilman (Paul Corrigan), Victoria Vetri (Eve Zembra), Nicholas Georgiade (Vito Nicola), Albert Carrier (Pierre Morat), Nico Minardos (Carlos Empori).
When the IMF learns that a leading illegal supplier of heroin is dying of cancer and is about to turn over to his successor a vital list to keep the operation going, they set out to intercept.

December 19, 1970: The Hostage
Season 5, episode 13
W: Harold Livingston   D: Barry Crane

With Lee Duncan (Frederico), Lou Antonio (Robert Siomney), Ron Castro (Luis Cabal), Conrad Parham (Roerca), Pepe Callahan (Ortega), David Renard (Carlos Marchese), Joe De Santis (Jorge Cabal).
Paris, still wearing his makeup from a completed mission, is kidnapped by a group of revolutionists who think he is an influential American magnate. They hope to use him to bargain for release of three political prisoners.

January 2, 1971: Takeover
Season 5, episode 14
W: Jerry Thomas, Arthur Weiss   D: Virgil Vogel

With Tom McDonough (College Guard), Richard Kelton (Billy Walsh), Lloyd Bochner (Steve Tallman), Ken Swofford (Charles Peck), Gordon DeVol (Alec), Byron Mabe (First Officer), Russell Thorson (Chief Danby), Todd Martin (Lieutenant Ross).
A political boss hires a man to stage a violent protest in a plan to discredit his state's governor and elevate his puppet, the mayor, to the state capitol.

January 9, 1971: Cat's Paw
Season 5, episode 15
W: Howard Browne   D: Virgil Vogel

With William Wintersole (William Goslin), Hari Rhodes (George Corley), Abbey Lincoln (Millie Webster), Kelly Thordsen (Captain Dave Abbott), Chuck Wood (Pod Hamp), Marc Hannibal (Larry Collier), Manuel Paul Thomas (District Attorney Scanlon), Morgan Farley (Wyatt), David S. Cass (Pinari).
When the brother of an IMF member is murderred, Phelps and his unit go into action to unmask the murderer, which results in discovering a connection between the local police and the mob.

January 16, 1971: The Missile
Season 5, episode 16
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With David Sheiner (James Reed), Barry Coe (Bob Willard), John Beck (John Hecker), John Pickard (Commander Wardman), Gerald Hiken (Farrell), Karen Carlson (Doris Gordon), John Dennis (Duke), Percy Helton (Daily), Jimmy Bracken (Bobby).
The IMF devises an elaborate scheme to dupe a foreign agent into stealing a bogus missile guidance system.

January 23, 1971: The Field
Season 5, episode 17
W: Wesley Lau   D: Reza Badiyi

With Barry Atwater (General Marin), Milton Selzer (Inspector Koder), Erik Holland (Lieutenant), Burt Nodella (General Bloch), Pat Priest (Kathrine Berat), H.M. Wynant (Captain Strom), Denny Miller (Arthur Norris), Michael Baseleon (Detective Lieutenant Rab).
Tonight's mission: destroy a satellite containing thermonuclear bombs that has been launched by an enemy power as a means for international blackmail.

January 30, 1971: Blast
Season 5, episode 18
W: James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca   D: Sutton Roley

With Charles Picerni (Juan Delgado), Tom McDonough (William Cabot), Dick Ziker (Finley), George Wilbur (Phelps' Double), Henry Darrow (Gregory Tolan), Kevin Hagen (Dave Klinger), Laurence Haddon (Lee Sheels), Douglas Henderson (George Miller), Susan Odin (Grace), Pitt Herbert (Hendricks), Tamara Elliot (Monica Anderson), Don Edwards (Policeman), Tony Brubaker (Barney's Double).
Tonight's mission: identify and apprehend the mastermind behind the nationwide movement to overthrow the United States government. The revolutionist group specializes in robberies to raise money for their effort.

February 6, 1971: The Cataflaque
Season 5, episode 19
W: Paul Playdon   D: Barry Crane

With John Vernon (Ramone Fuego), Arline Anderson (Nun), Will Kulava (Premier Miguel Fuego), Ramon Bieri (Colonel Rodriguez), Sam Irvin ("Victorio Fuego"), Tony De Costa (Operative #1), Miguel Riva (First Policeman), John Cardoza (Man #1), Johnny Bench (Captain of the Guards).
The IMF team is called up to expose a nuclear arms treaty secretly signed by a previously friendly country and a hostile power.

February 20, 1971: Kitara
Season 5, episode 20
W: Mann Rubin   D: Murray Golden

With Lawrence Dobkin (Colonel Alex Kohler), Rex Holman (Captain Maxfield), Robert DoQui (John Darcy), Jason Wingreen (Hawn), Ken Renard (Grandfather), Buck Holland (First Guard).
Agents take on a bigot, planning to destroy the segregationist by playing on his racial bias and passion for "cleanliness", and at the same time rescuing a captured African liberation leader.

February 27, 1971: A Ghost Story
Season 5, episode 21
W: Ken Pettus, Ed Adamson   D: Reza Badiyi

With John Winfield (Morgan), Andrew Duggan (Justin Bainbridge), Marion Ross (Mrs. Foster), Anthony Norwalk (Paul Bainbridge), William Smith (Vincent Sandler), Frank Farmer (Howard Bainbridge).
The IMF infiltrates the domain of a paranoid right-winger and seek to break him down with images of ghosts and inner voices, as part of their plan to recover a secret formula for nerve gas that the man's murdered son had developed.

March 6, 1971: The Party
Season 5, episode 22
W: Harold Livingston   D: Murray Golden

With Arthur Batanides (Valenkoff), Oleg Korbyn (Dancer), Yuri Smaltzoff (Dancer), Albert Szabo (Kovitch), Athena Lorde (Mme. Mishenko), Robert Sampson (Fitzgerald), Frank Marth (Alexander Vanin), Alfred Ryder (Gregor Mishenko), Antoinette Bower (Olga Vanin).
The whereabouts of a list of enemy agents operating in the U.S. is locked in the memory of a captured spy. The IMF believes his wife holds the key to his memory.

March 13, 1971: The Merchant
Season 5, episode 23
W: Harold Livingston   D: Leon Benson

With Tony Giorgio (Croupier), George Sanders (Armand Anderssarian), Ken Drake (Minister of Defense Karel Sartori), Jo Morrow (Nicole Dubois), Jan Merlin (Leon), Todd Martin (Captain Ionescu), James Hong (Yin), Carmelo Manto (Manager).
One of the world's largest dealers in illegal arms, who is about to complete a deal involving the purchase and resale of millions of dollars worth of American arms to guerrilla groups in North Africa, faces the IMF's roadblock.

September 18, 1971: Blind
Season 6, episode 1
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jason Evers (Carl Deetrich), Tom Bosley (Henry Matula), Harold J. Stone (John Lawton).
The sixth season begins with one cast change. Lynda Day George replaces Lesley Warren. She plays "Casey", an expert in makeup and disguise. This season the IMF will confine their assignments to the U.S., taking on underground forces who've managed to evade conventional law enforcement agencies. In the first episode, an FBI man is blinded while investigating a crime syndicate. Jim Phelps undergoes a delicate eye operation so as to appear convincingly blind to pose as the lawman.

September 25, 1971: Encore
Season 6, episode 2
W: Harold Livingston   D: Paul Krasny

With Charles Picerni (Danny Ryan), William Shatner (Thomas Kroll), Michael Baseleon (Frank Stevens), Paul Mantee (Bill Fisher), James Daris (Arthur), Janaire (Carol Swanson), Paul Bryar (David St. James).
An aging hoodlum is artificially transported back to the 1930s and the scene of his unsolved crime.

October 2, 1971: The Tram
Season 6, episode 3
W: James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca   D: Paul Krasny

With Victor French (Vic Hatcher), Felice Orlandi (Johnny Thorne), Richard Karlan (Hinkle), Sidney Clute (Rudy Landers), Brett Parker (Roche), Allen Jaffe (Grossett), Barry Cahill (Arnold Gates), Jon Shank (Frank Colby), Pepper Martin (Batesly).
Leaders of two underground factions call a top-level meeting at a ski resort, and the IMF is asked to sabotage the gathering.

October 9, 1971: Mindbend
Season 6, episode 4
W: James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Lee Duncan (Commissioner Charles Beresford), Leonard Frey (Dr. Thomas Burke), Donald Moffat (Alex Pierson), Don Gazzaniga (Deputy Mayor Watson).
To help the IMF break up a crime syndicate specializing in brainwashing ex-convicts into committing political assasinations, Barney subs for a former prisoner looking for an operation to give himself a new appearance.

October 16, 1971: Shape-Up
Season 6, episode 5
W: Ed Adamson, Norman Katkov   D: Paul Krasny

With Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Frank Delaney), Christopher Stone (Mike Saunders), Anthony Caruso (Leonard Morgan), Lonny Chapman (Lt. Orcott), Grace Albertson (Jenny Delaney), Robert Mandan (Mr. C.).
In order to try to break the underworld's stranglehold on the waterfront, Jim Phelps assumes the role of the captain of a "haunted" freighter and Casey masquerades as the daughter of a dock worker murdered by the syndicate.

October 23, 1971: The Miracle
Season 6, episode 6
W: Dan Ullman   D: Leonard Horn

With Charles Picerni (Jackson), Joe Don Baker (Frank Kearney), Billy Dee Williams (Hank Benton), Lawrence Montaigne (Steve Johnson), Ron Feinberg (Alvin Taylor), Lee Delano (Milt Anderson), John Gilgreen (Sawyer), Leon Russom (Sam Evans).
In order to put a narcotics dealer and his chief executioner out of business, Barney and Willy perform a fake heart transplant operation on one of the mobsters.

October 30, 1971: Encounter
Season 6, episode 7
W: Howard Berk   D: Barry Crane

With Arline Anderson (Evie), Elizabeth Ashley (Lois Stoner), Lawrence Dane (Martin Stoner), Val Avery (Frank Brady), William Smith (Dekker), Virginia Gregg (Smitty), Byron Mabe (Carey), Ken Scott (Krone), Renny Roker (Joe), Lauren Gilbert (Dr. Adams).
When the alcoholic wife of a crime syndicate leader is put in a sanitarium, Carey doubles for her in order to get information about the mob leader's involvement in an intimidation racket.

November 6, 1971: Underwater
Season 6, episode 8
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Sutton Roley

With Fritz Weaver (George Betlinger), Jeremy Slate (Frederick Hoffman), Robert Yuro (Hawks), Demond Wilson (Simmons), Mark Tapscott (Captain).
The IMF team is led to an oceanside resort when a ship, transporting stolen gems to an underworld figure, is blown up at sea.

November 13, 1971: Invasion
Season 6, episode 9
W: James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Kevin McCarthy (Whitmore Channing), Scott Walker (Hewitt), Ted Gehring (Novak), Lee Paul (Gristin).
The IMF team must intercept top secret nuclear information being sold by a defense department official to an enemy agent.

November 20, 1971: Blues
Season 6, episode 10
W: Howard Berk   D: Reza Badiyi

With William Windom (Stu Gorman), Ed Flanders (Joe Belker), Vince Howard (Lt. Don Eckhart), Alex Rocco (Tanner), John Crawford (Art Warner), Gwenn Mitchell (Judy Saunders).
Barney poses as a prospective rock-music artist in order to get evidence linking an organized crime figurehead to the sudden death of a beautiful recording star.

November 27, 1971: The Visitors
Season 6, episode 11
W: Harold Livingston   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jack Donner (Leonard), Frank Hotchkiss (Kellog), Steve Forrest (Edward Granger), Richard Bull (Dr. Lawrence).
The millionaire publisher who has sold 51% of his empire to an underworld crime syndicate in order to get into state politics has a weakness: fascination for the occult. The IMF exploits this by arranging a visit from "outer space".

December 4, 1971: Nerves
Season 6, episode 12
W: Henry Sharp, Garrie Bateson   D: Barry Crane

With Paul Stevens (Cayman Hoyes), Peter Kilman (Bill Williams), Tyne Daly (Saretta Lane), Ron Masak (Ed Campbell), Christopher George (Wendell Hoyes), Rafer Johnson (Jack Tully), Charles Bateman (General Westerfield), Russell Thorson (Warden).
Casey takes on the guise of an escapee from a women's prison to seek out a deranged felon.

December 11, 1971: Run For The Money
Season 6, episode 13
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Richard Jaeckel (Edward Trask), Herb Edelman (Frank Mason), Valentin de Vargas (Miller), William Harmatz (Nick Pressy), Gene Otis (Jeffers), Charles Napier (Thug).
Phelps and Casey pose as millionaire owners of racing stables in an effort to infiltrate a crime syndicate trying to wrest control of all illegal betting parlors and thoroughbred horse racing.

December 18, 1971: The Connection
Season 6, episode 14
W: Edward J. Lakso, Ken Pettus   D: Barry Crane

With Anthony Zerbe (Reese Dolan), Joe Maross (Clegg), Nate Esformes (Turk), Jeff Morris (Page), Bruce Watson (Charles Finch), Michael Lane (Lew Bates), Francoise Ruggieri (Simone), Richard Angarola (Atak Hajii).
Jim Phelps and the IMF team break up an underworld ring attempting to establish one of the world's biggest heroin manufacturing plants off the African coast.

January 1, 1972: The Bride
Season 6, episode 15
W: Jackson Gillis   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With James Gregory (Joe Corvin), Brad Dexter (Frank Mellinger), Charles Dierkop (Richie), Woodrow Parfrey (Collins).
Casey poses as a peasant girl from Europe imported to be the bride of the top man at getting underworld millions into Swiss banks.

January 8, 1972: Stone Pillow
Season 6, episode 16
W: Howard Browne   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Robert Ellenstein (Vincent Vochek), Arthur Batanides (Joe Fort), Bradford Dillman (Larry Edison), Brooke Mills (Leona Prescott), Jack Gaynor (Cliff).
Because a former private detective turned extortionist is operating from within prison walls -- where he's blackmailing a crime chief -- the IMF team "take over" the institution.

January 15, 1972: Image
Season 6, episode 17
W: James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca   D: Don McDougall

With George Voskovec (Emil Gadsen), Warren Stevens (Thor Coffin), Daniel J. Travanti (Tony Gadsen), Del Monroe (Hauser), Paul Marin (Dave Scott), David Frank (Dr. Charles Berk), Don Gazzaniga (Belkin), George McCallister (Tom Hawkins), Walter Burke (Nate Ullstead), Dante Andreas (Alfredo).
Barney assumes the identity of a powerful psychic from a Caribbean island kingdom in order to hypnotize a defecting crime leader.

January 22, 1972: Committed
Season 6, episode 18
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jack Donner (John Dawson), Anne Francis (Nurse Brophy), Susan Howard (Nora Dawson), Alan Bergmann (Lt. Governor Harve Harrison), Bert Freed (Leon Chandler).
A witness to a murder is committed to an asylum and is being systematically driven out of her mind with drugs, when the IMF team is given 24 hours to save her life.

January 29, 1972: Bag Woman
Season 6, episode 19
W: Ed Adamson, Norman Katkov   D: Paul Krasny

With Georg Stanford Brown (Luke Jenkins), John Lassell (Winston Walding), Russ Conway (Dr. Walter Manning), Joe E. Tata (Al), Robert Colbert (Harry Fife).
Posing as a "bag woman" for a crooked politician, Casey unknowingly carries an attache case locked to her wrist filled with both money and a bomb.

February 12, 1972: Double Dead
Season 6, episode 20
W: Jackson Gillis, Laurence Heath   D: Barry Crane

With Lou Antonio (Rudy Blake), Paul Koslo (Ollie Shanks), Norman Alden (George Collins), Vincent Beck (Bolt), Irene Tsu (Penyo), Wesley Lau (Jim Thompson), Maurice Marsac (Dr. Matier), Hank Brandt (Steve Wells), Cynthia Lynn (Lucille).
Phelps and his IMF unit are called over to Hawaii to investigate a loan-shark racket.

February 19, 1972: Casino
Season 6, episode 21
W: Walter Brough, Howard Berk   D: Reza Badiyi

With Jack Cassidy (Orin Kerr), Richard Devon (Steve Cameron), Frank Christi (Bill Wicks), Eddie Ryder (Joe Logan).
The IMF team is assigned to get sufficient evidence on an ex-hoodlum in order to force him to testify against an underworld crime syndicate.

February 26, 1972: Trapped
Season 6, episode 22
W: Samuel Roeca, James L. Henderson   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Bert Convy (Doug Stafford), Jon Cypher (Art Stafford), Sharon Acker (Annette), Tom Tully (Joe Stafford).
Jim Phelps is struck on the head and loses his memory while trying to intercept an $8 million smuggling operation.

September 16, 1972: Break!
Season 7, episode 1
W: Samuel Roeca, James L. Henderson   D: Paul Krasny

With Carl Betz (Dutch Krebbs), Robert Conrad (Press Allen), Robert Mandan (Tim Sharkey).
The seventh season begins with Jim Phelps taking on the guise of a hot-shot pool hustler in order to break up an illegal gambling operation. Barbara Anderson, formerly of Ironside, makes her first of six guest appearances as a parolee who teams with the IMF group.

September 23, 1972: Two Thousand
Season 7, episode 2
W: Harold Livingston   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Marvin Miller (Smith), Vic Morrow (Joseph Collins), David White (Max Bander).
A nuclear scientist is made to believe that he is a prisoner in the year 2000 and is about to be executed as part of the IMF's plan to learn where he has hidden enough plutonium to construct a dozen atomic bombs.

September 30, 1972: The Deal
Season 7, episode 3
W: George F. Slavin, Stephen Kandel   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Robert Webber (Charles Rogan), Lana Wood (Marcy Carpenter), Robert Phillips (Lawrence Chalmers), George Sawaya (Guard), Van Williams (Arnold Sanders), Lloyd Bochner (General Hammond), Lee Paul (Schmidt), Peter Leeds (John Larson), Paul Gleason (Blair).
In order to prevent the overthrow of the government of Camagua, Phelps and Barney pose as military officials of that country and imprison the syndicate leader who is financing the movement.

October 7, 1972: Leona
Season 7, episode 4
W: Howard Browne   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Robert Goulet (Joe Epic), Pippa Scott (Edith Thatcher), Dewey Martin (Mike Apollo), William Boyett (Louis Parnell).
A syndicate crime leader is convinced by the IMF as part of its plan to free a captured undercover agent that his late wife once had an affair with one of his rivals.

October 14, 1972: TOD-5
Season 7, episode 5
W: James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin   D: Lewis Allen

With Peter Haskell (Gordon Holt), Ray Walston (Dr. Victor Flory), Ross Elliott (Paul Morse), Michael Conrad (Ralph Davies), James McCallion (Green).
To locate a terrorist ring called Alpha Group, the IMF convinces a turncoat that he's been exposed to the stolen biological weapon he's been hired to deliver.

October 21, 1972: Cocaine
Season 7, episode 6
W: Harold Livingston   D: Reza Badiyi

With Barbara Anderson (Mimi), Milton Selzer (Stanley), Gregory Sierra (Fernando Laroca), William Shatner (Joe Conrad), Stephen McNally (Carl Reid), King Moody (Lt. Leonard).
A drug dealer becomes the unwititng dupe of the IMF force in their plan to capture the largest shipment of cocaine ever brought into the country.

October 28, 1972: Underground
Season 7, episode 7
W: Leigh Vance   D: David Lowell Rich

With Peter Mark Richman (Dr. Hargreaves), Robert Middleton (Clavering), Jeff Morris (Smiler), Dennis Cross (Arnold Lutz), H.M. Wynant (Gunther Schell), John Stephenson (Director), Carl Byrd (Takis), Herman Poppe (Kales).
To locate several million dollars in illegal gambling funds, Phelps poses as a murderer to infiltrate a gang that specializes in brainwashing.

November 4, 1972: Movie
Season 7, episode 8
W: Stephen Kandel, Arthur Weiss, Anthony Bowers   D: Terry Becker

With John Vernon (Norman Shields), David Brian (Benjamin Dane), William Smith (John Brent), Rhodes Reason (Theodore Dane), Douglas Henderson (Henry Packard), Lee Farr (Jack Wellon), Ron Pinkard (Barr), Walker Edmiston (Dave Waley), Jerry Douglas (Daniel Moore).
Phelps poses as the head of a Hollywood movie studio intent on making a motion picture that parallels exactly the unsolved murder committed by one of the studio's executives, as part of the IMF plan to prevent a crime syndicate's takeover of the studio.

November 11, 1972: Hit
Season 7, episode 9
W: Douglas Weir   D: Reza Badiyi

With Frank Christi (Ben Murdock), Tony Young (Gordon), Leonard Stone (Paul Lewis), Judson Pratt (Warden Lorimer), Stack Pierce (Barry), Jan Peters (General), Barbara Rhoades (Vicki Wells), Dane Clark (Sam Dexter), Robert Reed (Assistant D.A. Arthur Reynolds).
Phelps poses as a government investigator who must work through a crooked district attorney to prove that a crime syndicate boss killed his girlfriend.

November 18, 1972: Ultimatum
Season 7, episode 10
W: Harold Livingston   D: Barry Crane

With Murray Hamilton (Dr. Jerome Cooper), Madlyn Rhue (Adele Cooper), Donnelly Rhodes (Joel Morgan).
Phelps and Mimi take on the guises of fugitives to invade the home of a nuclear scientist who is threatening to destroy a major American city.

December 2, 1972: Kidnap
Season 7, episode 11
W: Samuel Roeca, James L. Henderson   D: Peter Graves

With John Ireland (Andrew Metzger), Charles Drake (Mitchell Connally), Geoffrey Lewis (Proctor), Jack Ging (Hawks), Marc Hannibal (Eckworth).
Phelps is kidnapped and held for ransom until Barney, Casey and Willy can steal an incriminating letter from a safe deposit box and turn it over to a crime syndicate boss.

December 9, 1972: Crack-Up
Season 7, episode 12
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Sutton Roley

With Cathleen Cordell (Mrs. Taylor), Marlyn Mason (Sandy), Peter Breck (Harry Cordel), Alex Cord (Peter Cordel), Ralph Johns (Samuels), Britt Leach (Leslie Harper), Arthur Franz (Dr. Adler), Stephen Roberts (President).
Phelps poses as a master chess champion to trap a criminal with a near genius mentality and his mysterious boss.

December 22, 1972: The Puppet
Season 7, episode 13
W: Leigh Vance   D: Lewis Allen

With Roddy McDowall (Leo Ostro), John Larch (Larry Gault), Val Avery (Augie Leach), Richard Devon (Hank), John Crawford (Paul Ostro), Lewis Charles (Sam Zercos), Ken Scott (Fusco), Joseph Ruskin (Khalid).
A brilliant crime syndicate boss becomes the target of the IMF when he launches a mysterious $100 million scheme.

January 5, 1973: Incarnate
Season 7, episode 14
W: Stephen Kandel, Buck Houghton   D: Barry Crane

With Kim Hunter (Hannah O'Connel), Solomon Sturges (Robert O'Connel), Robert F. Hoy (Kelso), Robert Hogan (Thomas O'Connel), Alex Rocco (Dall).
A notorious criminal escapes to a Caribbean country and is drawn into a voodoo ceremony by the IMF to locate a cache of stolen gold she's hidden away.

January 12, 1973: Boomerang
Season 7, episode 15
W: Howard Browne   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Laraine Stephens (Eve Vayle), Ron Feinberg (Stanley Luchek), Walter Barnes (Homer Chill), Charles Guardino (Johnny Vayle), Amzie Strickland (Mildred), Jerry Jones (Cabbie), Richard Reed (Dorlan), Charles Picerni (Ollie Maybrick).
The wife of a crime syndicate boss becomes the target of both the underworld and the IMF when she has her husband killed and steals his records of the syndicate's operations.

January 19, 1973: The Question
Season 7, episode 16
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Gary Lockwood (Nicholas Varsi), Jason Evers (Ben Nelson), Elizabeth Ashley (Andrea), Richard Van Vleet (Coleman), George O'Hanlon Sr. (Capt. Douglas), John Baer (Belden), Duke Stroud (Jameson).
IMF agent Andrea becomes the key to determining if an enemy agent is telling the truth when he claims he's defecting to the United States.

January 26, 1973: The Fountain
Season 7, episode 17
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Barry Crane

With Luke Askew (Danson), George Maharis (Thomas Bachman), Cameron Mitchell (Matthew Drake), Ed Connelly (Mallory), Carlos Rivas (Perez), Pepe Callahan (Bartender).
An underworld figure with access to the syndicate's top-secret computerized records is convinced by the IMF that he has found the fountain of youth.

February 9, 1973: The Fighter
Season 7, episode 18
W: Stephen Kandel, Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Paul Krasny

With Joe Maross (Jay Braddock), William Windom (Paul Mitchell), Geoffrey Deuel (Pete Novick), Jennifer Shaw (Susan Mitchell), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (James "Gunner" Loomis), Walker Edmiston (Dave Rawls), Martin Ashe (Steve Lawson), William Benedict (Denver).
A boxing promoter tied to a crime syndicate becomes a target for the IMF when one of his fighters is killed before he can talk to the police.

February 16, 1973: Speed
Season 7, episode 19
W: Lou Shaw   D: Virgil Vogel

With Claude Akins (Sam Hibbing), Jenny Sullivan (Margaret Hibbing), Ron Soble (Phalen), Jesse Vint (Zine), David S. Cass Sr. (Hugo), Tom Winston (Guard), Russ Grieve (Shiner), Charles Bateman (Dayton), Ross Hagen (Fred Snelling).
The IMF's Casey impersonates the drug-taking daughter of a man running an illegal narcotics operation in order to infiltrate the racket.

February 23, 1973: The Pendulum
Season 7, episode 20
W: Calvin Clements Jr.   D: Lewis Allen

With Dean Stockwell (Gunnar Malstrom), Jack Donner (Leader), Scott Brady (Allen Brock), Frank Maxwell (General Weston), Leon Lontoc (Houseboy), Peter Mamakos (Arab), Jack Collins (Admiral), Don Reid (Manny).
The IMF unit is assigned to uncover the leaders of Pendulum, a secret terrorist organization with a plan involving an attack on the government.

March 2, 1973: The Western
Season 7, episode 21
W: Arnold Peyser, Lois Peyser   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Ed Nelson (Van Cleve), Michael Ansara (Ed Stoner), Barry Atwater (Matthew Royce), Frank Farmer (Driscoll), Don Gazzaniga (Walker), Joanna Cassidy (Stewardess).
The IMF convinces a thief that he has the power of precognition as part of its plan to recover $5 million worth of art treasures that he has stolen.

March 30, 1973: Imitation
Season 7, episode 22
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Paul Krasny

With Pernell Roberts (Boomer), Barbara McNair (Jena Cole), Ray Ballard (Duval), Jack Bernardi (Gerald Carter), Lew Brown (Dunson), Olan Soule (Desk Clerk), Alfonso Williams (Honey), Thalmus Rasulala (Eddie), Charles McGraw (Stevens), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Mellon).
A woman leader of a band of jewel thieves falls in love with Barney, who has infiltrated her operation to recover the stolen crown jewels of a foreign nation. (Last show of the series.)

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