Mission: Impossible

Season 5 Episode 16

The Missile (aka Torpedo)

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Jan 16, 1971 on CBS
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The Missile (aka Torpedo)
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James Reed, an enemy agent, is posing as an analyst to get to a top-secret U.S. missile guidance system being tested and steal the plans - the IMF must have him take back fake plans and unwittingly pass on the incorrect information to his superiors. Dana takes the place of Read's contact and he and fake boss Jim fake a romantic relationship so Reed can get blackmail photos and use them to turn over the system.

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      • Farrell and Reed take the film of Jim and Dana and then Reed sends Farrell to the photo lab to develop it. However, Farrell goes directly there and sets the firetrap, while Barney and Willy watch him. Yet somehow Reed has the photos anyway and goes to blackmail Jim.

      • When Reed arrives in Jim's office, he says that it's 3 o'clock. However, when they walk to the lab, the stroll that only takes a few seconds on-screen and just as long earlier apparently takes 10 minutes. The clock on the wall says 3:10 when they arrive.

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