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Pictured, front row, from left, are Aimee Beebe, Scotty Griffin, Angela Lopez, Alexandra Bell, Greg Withrow, John Baine, Lt. Charles Smith, Lt. Terri Smith, Wanda Ragsdale, Karen Bryant, Donna Bradshaw, Trent Garner; Back row, from left, are Garrett
The head of the "Impossible Missions Force," a top-secret government group of operatives, starts a tape recorder and finds out about his latest assignment. Throughout most of the series, they would have to stop some petty dictator or powerful bad guy from whatever evil plot they had against the U.S. or Democracy in general. The elaborate use of electronic gadgetry, masters of disguise and detailed plans that require split-second timing made this tv show an "on the edge of your seater"! Season 3, should you decide to accept it (and you definitely should), was Missions most accomplished. It garnered six Emmy nominations, and an Emmy for Barbara Bain, her third consecutive win, probably for "The Exchange," one of her finest hours, in which, breaking series format, her character is captured and psychologically tortured to discover for whom she works. As always, the first five minutes of any Mission: Impossible episode are the coolest: the lit fuse signaling Lalo Schifrins indelible theme song, the opening-credits montage teasing the action in the upcoming episode, and Jim Phelps (Peter Graves), in some nondescript location, receiving his covert mission (usually to some nonexistent, but real-sounding country as Povia or Costa Mateo), on that self-destructing tape. It always seemed a waste of time for Phelps to go through the dossiers of possible Impossible Missions Force agents for each mission (and he does that less this season) as he invariably chose the same ones: model beauty Cinnamon (Bain), master of disguise Rollin Hand (Martin Landau), electricians expert Barney Collier (Greg Morris), and strongman Willie Armitage (Peter Lupus). Mission: Impossible didnt delve into the team members private lives: it was all about the mission, and together, the IMF foils any number of domestic and international villains. Some missions (foil a coup, rescue a dissident) have more at stake than others (restore boxings good name), but theres that great moment in almost every
ALL 28 FIRST SEASON EPISODES With its combination of Cold War villains and James Bond-like techno-gadgets, Mission: Impossible was an instant hit when it premiered on September 17, 1966. Airing Saturday nights at 9:00 on CBS, the series was the brainchild of creator/producer Bruce Geller, whose formula for seven successful seasons included a well-chosen ensemble cast, noteworthy guest stars, and a flexible premise that inspired clever plots twists and a constant variety of "international" locations (mostly filmed on a studio backlot). This seven-disc set includes all 28 episodes of season 1, the only season to feature Steven Hill as Dan Briggs, leader of the top-secret counterintelligence team known as Impossible Missions Force (IMF). As the no-nonsense Briggs, Hill (better known for his later role on Law & Order from 1990 to 2000) began each episode by sneakily retrieving the dossier and recorded instructions (voiced throughout the entire series by uncredited actor Bob Johnson) for the IMFs latest assignment. "Your mission, should you decide to accept it" and "this recording will self-destruct in five seconds" quickly became pop-cultural catch-phrases, as Briggs routinely selected his preferred teammates based on their mastery of practical skills. With "special appearance" billing for M:Is first three seasons, Martin Landau played master-of-disguise Rollin Hand; his off-screen wife, Barbara Bain, played top-model and undercover seductress Cinnamon Carter; Greg Morris brought hip coolness (and racial diversity) to his role as electronics expert Barney Collier; and Peter Lupus played handsome hunk Willy Armitage, adding IMF muscle to Briggs brainy strategies. As a Desilu production based at Paramount Studios, Mission: Impossible shared guest stars, production personnel, locations, and even occasional sets with the original Star Trek. Fans of both shows will enjoy spotting these crossover details (including George Takeis appearance in "The Carriers," a
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This is an in depth reference work devoted to the movie trivia game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. It is far better and more complete than the terrible, short book by the games creators, which was mostly pictures and empty space on the page.
The main objective is to make available a simplified, readily available introductory reader not only for the students of Criminology, but also for the general reader who may be interested in the problems of crime, crime control and prevention.
Friday’s Los Angeles concerts:. singer-songwriter Birdy brings her “Beautiful Lies” tour to the Fonda Theatre, with Lawrence Taylor opening. ► Chicago rockers Twin Peaks headline the Echoplex on Friday night in support of their new album “Down in Heaven. quintet Eagulls headline the Teragram Ballroom in support of their new album “Ullages. ” Adult Books and Tennis System open. ► Sonny Boy Thorn rocks the Satellite, supported by Street Joy and Beck Black. ► The Blank Tapes celebrate the release of their new album “Ojos Rojos” with a show at Resident, joined by the Pesos and the Rotten Mangos. ► Montreal quintet Plants & Animals play the Bootleg Theater behind the widely praised album “Waltzed in From the Rumbling,” their first full-length in four years. Royal Canoe and Animal Eyes open. ► And Missouri punk trio Radkey storms the Echo, supported by Flying Hair and Flames of Durga. Bearson and Wheathin at the Roxy Theatre. Ford Madox Ford and Animo at La Cita. TV Heads, the Electric Magpie and the Bomb at Non Plus Ultra. Matrix & Futurebound, the Prototypes and Cyantific at the Regent Theater. Skin & Bones, Naomi Greene and Black Yaya at El Cid. Good Old War & Empty Houses, Ghost Lit Kingdom, the Absolute and Arms Akimbo at the Hotel Café. Abby & the Myth, Billy Lawler, Chip Thomas & Damon Vonn, Greg Schroeder and Carly Van Skaik & James Bianco at the Hotel Café Second Stage. Atash at the Silverlake Lounge (Early Show). Drunk Old Ladies, Sancho and Shayna at the Silverlake Lounge. Degrees of Perfect and Toro Y Moi at the Container Yard. Dick Dale at the Rose. Chicana Moratorium at Grand Performances at California Plaza. Royce da 5’9 at Los Globos. Demeanor at Los Globos. Band Aparte, Shit Giver, Lunch and Vulcan Death Grip at the Smell. Benefit for the Smell, with Negro Galacticus, Canto, Sugarcube and Greaser, at the Hi Hat. Bulletboys at the Whisky a Go Go. Blackmore, Electra, Killakiah and Chasing Desolation at the Viper Room. California Guitar Trio at McCabe’s Guitar Shop. Pine Mountain Logs and Liz Gherna at Saint Rocke. Mike Watt & the Secondmen, Edith Crash, Electric Children and more at the Maui Sugar Mill. Mount Baine, Mapache and Lauren Barth at the Lost Knight. Mirror Travel, Jess Williamson, Roses and Dunes at the Ham and Eggs Tavern. The Adolescents, the Crowd and Death Hymn Number 9 at Alex’s Bar. Trippy Turtle at the Observatory. Special Duties, Potato Pirates, Mad Parade and Raukous at the Constellation Room. Ajj at the Moose. The Sold & Bones, Mink Daggers, Street Walking Cheetahs and the Zero CL at the Underground. Jess Wayne, Matthew Azrieli, Hunter & the Wicked and Sara Sangfelt at Genghis Cohen. The Tierney Sutton Band at the Catalina Club.
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