To locate a hoard of stolen money, the IMF takes the one man who knows its hiding place on a bizarre submarine voyage.
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."
The Impossible Missions Force counters by having Rollin Hand escape and reenter the prison as a maximum security prisoner arrested by "Colonel Scutari," who, in actuality, is Dan Briggs.
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.
Dan Briggs, head of the IMF, accepts the hazardous and seemingly impossible task of removing two nuclear warheads from a Caribbean dictatorship. He assembles a small group of experts to help him.
Dean Stockwell guest stars as Gunnar Malstrom, one of the leaders of Pendulum, a secret terrorist organization with a plan involving a major attack on the government that the Impossible Missions Force is assigned to uncover.
The Impossible Missions Force is pitted against the ingenious logic of an enemy agent (guest Steve Ihnat) as the IMF attempts to lead the agent through a maze of complicated clues in order to reach a false conclusion.
Tracey is trapped by the enemy after a bomb blast uncovers a daring identity switch by Paris. The unforeseen development comes just as Phelps is close to accomplishing his task of freeing the imprisoned heir to a friendly monarchy's throne.
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.
Phelps and his task force set out to save a friendly monarchy from a dictator who's trying to assume control of the throne through a forced marriage with a royal cousin.
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.
Recovering a million dollars in gold bullion is the job of the IMF.
Barney poses as a fighter making his comeback who boxes his way to a title bout with Staczek.