Mission: Impossible

Season 4 Episode 7

Submarine

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Nov 16, 1969 on CBS
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The East European Republic want the location of a horde of Nazi gold from their prisoner Kruger Schtelman, who is due to be released in three days. Despite the efforts of interrogator Colonel Sardner, they haven't acquired the information. The IMF drugs and grabs Schtelman in the middle of a police escort, and puts him in a fake SS submarine at a warehouse.moreless

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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)

Stephen McNally

Stephen McNally

Kruger Schtelman

Guest Star

Ramon Bieri

Ramon Bieri

Colonel Jaroslav Sardner

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William Wintersole

William Wintersole

Raskov

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Lee Meriwether

Lee Meriwether

Tracey

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    • Sardner: (about to sign a piece of paper) It is, of course, your death warrant, Herr Schtelman.
      Schtelman: And I thought it was the order for my release, Jaroslav.
      Sardner: It is the same thing, Herr Schtelman. We are bound to release you now that sentence is up. But we cannot allow you to live to contact your friends in the SS.

    • Schtelman: I have no information.
      Sardner: I wonder. How many times have you used that sentence, Herr Schtelman?
      Schtelman: In the last twenty-five years? More times than I can remember, Colonel. To you, your predecessor, his predecessor, in rat-infested cell blocks, in palatial offices, in seamy hotel interrogation rooms, every conceivable setting for my one simple performance line. I have no information to give you.

    • Sardner: Give me the information. In exchange, I'll guarantee you safe conduct upon your release.
      Schtelman: Long ago, Colonel, I swore an oath to the SS. For twenty-five years I have kept to it.
      Sardner: Life, and a big enough share of the SS funds to keep you in luxury.
      Schtelman: So after all the beatings, the interrogations, the tortures, this is your final offer? A life pension? If my people remember me at all, Colonel, they will say "Kruger Schtelman, a soldier. He could not be broken!"

    • Jim: That click you heard was a detonator. Just pray you do not hear it too well.

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