Mission: Impossible

Season 4 Episode 6

Commandante

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Nov 02, 1969 on CBS
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Father Dominguin leads a democratic revolution in his country, but a local insurgent Carlos and an international revolutionary working for the far east, Juan Acero, have taken him prisoner and usurped the movement. The IMF must rescue Dominguin and restore him to the revolution.

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    Peter Graves

    Peter Graves

    James Phelps

    Leonard Nimoy

    Leonard Nimoy

    The Amazing Paris

    Greg Morris

    Greg Morris

    Barney Collier

    Peter Lupus

    Peter Lupus

    Willy Armitage

    Bob Johnson

    Bob Johnson

    IMF Voice on Tape (uncredited)

    Lawrence Dane

    Lawrence Dane

    Commandante Juan Acero

    Guest Star

    Arthur Batanides

    Arthur Batanides

    Father Paolo Dominguin

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    Sid Haig

    Sid Haig

    Major Carlos Martillo

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      • Acero: We are not to murder the priest.
        Martillo: The priest is going to commit suicide. We will be blameless.
        Acero: Oh I see. The priest, a Catholic priest to whom suicide is a guarantee to Hell, will kill himself in our jail cell, under our guard and we will be blameless. Such brilliance, such subtlety. Martillo, you are a credit to the revolution. You are also a fool.

      • Jim: Releasing Father Dominguin to us would be a humanitarian gesture the whole world would applaud.
        Acero: You make good sense, Mr Slater. Public relations, the Americans call it, don't they? And good public relations could be one of the most potent weapons in our arsenal.

      • Acero: Have you ever noticed, Ortiz, how American Intelligence gravitates toward religious covers? It stems from the American belief that God is one of them. Therefore they feel no compunction about using him.

      • Acero: Martillo, it's fortunate for your oppressed country that they don't have to depend on your intellect alone! Don't you think they knew their cell was being bugged?
        Martillo: Then why do we bother to listen at all?
        Acero: Oh, good, Martillo. In that question is the dim flicker of intelligence.

      • Acero: Some men like perfume. I like the smell of new rifles.

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