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Mission: Impossible - The '89 TV Season

4.5 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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Peter Graves reprises his role as Jim Phelps, the brilliant and charismatic leader of the Impossible Mission force. Summoned out of retirement, Phelps organizes a new team of I.M.F. agents in order to carry out dangerous and complex assignments.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: February 28, 2012
  • Run Time: 772 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006IRQUNA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,946 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Eric Walker on March 8, 2012
Format: DVD
Thanks Paramount for releasing the 88 and 89 seasons on DVD. Never got to see much of these when they first aired but after having bought all the original sets on DVD these shows are must have. I don't know what the fuss is all about on the quality of the picture. Mine is crystal clear and the sound ain't to bad either. People sometimes forget what it was like in the VHS days and days of tv antenna and no cable!!! The episodes are front line and the acting is superb. My only regret is that there could not have been an 1990 season!! One of my favorite episodes of the 89 season is "Target Earth" which goes where no mission impossible show had ever gone before... IN SPACE!! They should have made a movie way back when these actors were still able to. Way better than this garbage we get today with Tom Cruise!! With this series finishing the run on Mission IMpossible, I just want to thank one of the writers Bruce Geller for many great episode well wrote... Rest in peace Jim Phelps! You will not be forgotten!
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The second (and final) season of the revived version of "Mission: Impossible" finally makes it way to DVD. As mentioned by a number of other reviewers, CBS/Paramount have put no effort into ensuring that the picture quality is of a good standard. The results are sadly the same as with the "88 DVD" release. The images are soft and grainy and at times out of focus. What they have included (by way of compensation) are some episode promos and a holiday greeting from the cast. It's nice to get some bonus features which are hard to come by for programs that are more than twenty years old.

Back to the show. ABC decided to renew "M:I" for a second season in 1989. Unfortunately, the network made the decision to take the show out of it's Saturday night timeslot (where it was doing OK) into the super competitive Thursday timeslot opposite NBC's juggernaut "The Cosby Show" which was the number one rated show in the country at the time. The results were nothing short of disasterous. The ratings plummented and ABC then hastily moved the show back to Saturday's but the damaged was already done. The series didn't even complete out the season (only sixteen episodes were made) and "M:I" was cancelled in early 1990.

The errors that were made by the network were sadly compounded by the creative team of "M:I" as the shortcomings in both the scripts and production values became painfully apparent in this season. Nowhere is this more evident than in the two part second season opener "The Golden Serpent". What should have been a home run is marred by some truly horrendous effects that even by the late 80's standards were subpar to say the least.
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This show brings back memories as a kid that I will always treasure. Each episode blends the proper amount of action, intrigue and mystery, with an emphasis on how each member of the team utilizes their distinct skills to complete each mission. I wish more shows were on television like this, rather than the common rubbish we see out here.
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Multiple reviews on Amazon have referenced the video quality of the Mission: Impossible - The '88 TV Season released in November 2011. As is always noted with any car's advertised EPA Fuel Economy Numbers, your mileage can and will definitely vary from what's advertised. The same can be said when it comes viewing packaged media (DVD/Blu-ray) at home on our individual video and audio systems. As has been demonstrated time and again, title after title, substandard source materials can never reproduce the best viewing experience possible at home.

A common theme for many of the reviews on Amazon for the Mission: Impossible - The '88 TV Season video quality was less than favorable including mine. I can now report that the Mission: Impossible - The '89 TV Season DVD's which were just delivered this afternoon have all of the same shortcomings. As more than one reviewer had indicated, the DVD transfers were probably made from the video broadcast masters rather than the original film elements which was pretty much standard operating practice in the late 80's. This leads to all of the same issues that plagued the 88 season's release whose faults can be referenced on that title's reviews which I won't duplicate again here.

Understand there is no hidden agenda nor some axe to grind when it comes to Mission Impossible.
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I have loved the original series from the 1960's to early '70's and thought this might not be as entertaining. I was very pleased and enjoyed the quality of the production and cast. Really cool that Greg Morris' (Barney Collier) real son is playing as his son filling his shoes in this too and of course Peter Graves is ever the solid actor as Jim Phelps.
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