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Mission: Impossible (TV Series)

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Original title
Mission: Impossible (TV Series)
Running time
60 min.
United States United States
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Bruce Geller, Allan Balter, William Read Woodfield, Laurence Heath, Paul Playdon, Ken Pettus, Harold Livingstone, Arthur Weiss, James L. Henderson, Samuel Roeca, Stephen Kandel, Leigh Vance, Ellis Marcus, Edward J. Lakso, Jerrold L. Ludwig, Howard Berk, Ed Adamson, Norman Katkov, Howard Browne, Robert Lewin, Mann Rubin, Barney Slater, John D.F. Black, Ronald Austin, James D. Buchanan, Jackson Gillis, Richard M. Sakal, Lou Shaw, John T. Dugan, Sy Salkowitz, Robert E. Thompson, Judy Burns, Walter Brough, Henry Sharp, Orville H. Hampton, Julian Barry, Leigh Chapman, Jerome Ross, Judith Barrows, Robert Guy Barrows
Lalo Schifrin
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Broadcasting by CBS; Paramount Television / Desilu Productions
TV Series. Action. Thriller. Mystery
Movie Groups
Mission: Impossible
Synopsis / Plot
TV Series (1966-1973). 7 Seasons. 171 Episodes. An elite covert operations unit carries out highly sensitive missions subject to official denial in the event of failure, death or capture. The Impossible Missions Force is an elite group of agents chosen for their various abilities to infiltrate foreign governments as well as criminal organizations that are seen as threats to the security of the nation. Originally they were lead by Dan Briggs, but he was replaced by Jim Phelps after one year. Among its members are electronics executive Barney Collier, actor and master of disguise Rollin Hand, model Cinnamon Carter and strongman Willy Armitage. In later years Rollin leaves the team and is replaced by another master of disguise simply known as Paris and Cinnamon is replaced first by young Dana Lambert and then Lisa Casey.
1973: Emmy: 2 nominations, including Best Actress in Drama Series (Day George)
1972: Emmy: 2 nominations, including Best Supporting Actor in Drama Series (Morris)
1971: Emmy: Best Makeup. Nominated for Best Sound Editing
1971: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Actress - Drama (Lynda Day George)
1970: Emmy: Best Sound Mixing. 8 Nominations
1970: Golden Globes: Best Actor (Graves). Nominated for Best Supporting Actress (Warren)
1969: Emmy: Best Lead Actress (Barbara Bain) and Art Direction. 8 Nom.
1967: Golden Globes: Nominated for Actor - Drama (Peter Graves)
1968: Emmy: Best Series Drama and Lead Actress (Barbara Bain). 10 Nom.
1968: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best TV Star - Male (Peter Graves)
1967: Emmy: Best Series Drama, Actress (Barbara Bain), Writing and Editing. 6 Nom.
1967: 2 Golden Globes: Best TV Show and TV Star - Male (Landau). 3 Nom.
1968: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated for Best Director (Miniseries/TV Movie)
1967: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated for Best Director (Miniseries/TV Movie)
1967: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Screenplay in Episodic Drama
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