Mission: Impossible

Season 1 Episode 28

The Psychic

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Apr 22, 1967 on CBS
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Episode Summary

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The team must trick a crooked investment promoter into endorsing $80 million in stolen stocks and then getting them back from him.

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Steven Hill

Steven Hill

Daniel Briggs

Barbara Bain

Barbara Bain

Cinnamon Carter

Greg Morris

Greg Morris

Barney Collier

Martin Landau

Martin Landau

Rollin Hand

Peter Lupus

Peter Lupus

Willy Armitage

Bob Johnson

Bob Johnson

IMF Voice on Tape (uncredited)

Barry Sullivan

Barry Sullivan

Alex Lowell

Guest Star

Milton Selzer

Milton Selzer

Jan Vornitz

Guest Star

Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Judge Wilson Chase

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Just before the producer/writers/director credit, when the title "Mission: Impossible" is shown the word Impossible initially appears "under" the word Mission, that is the entire word Mission can still be seen. An instant later the rest of the word Impossible appears.

    • Due to the reuse of "Pilot" episode footage, Briggs' hair becomes longer during the dossier scene then in the preceding and subsequent footage.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Vornitz: I never know if you are stacking the deck or whether I'm getting a fair deal.
      Lowell: What's the difference? You lose anyway.

  • NOTES (3)

    • The dossier scene with Briggs is taken from the Pilot episode.

    • When Briggs pulls into the drive-in, the marquee reads, "Geller and Solow in Spend the Money". This was an in-joke reference to the producers' tendency to go over-budget.

    • Briggs is only present in this episode for the initial sequences. Steven Hill had already left the show: the opening sequences with him were often filmed weeks in advance of the episode they accompanied.

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