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Mission Impossible The Final TV Season

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Editorial Reviews

The classic spy series Mission: Impossible™ returns for Season Seven, the most exciting one yet! The action drama about the activities of the IMF (Impossible Missions Force) was a sensation from the beginning. The inspired cast, fast-moving plots, neat gadgets, pre-recorded tapes that self-destruct – all these elements mad this brilliant show one of television’s crowning achievements. For the final season, Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) continues to focus on targets outside the reach of conventional law enforcement, as he and special effects whiz Barney (Greg Morris), muscle man Willy (Peter Lupus), and the gorgeous Casey (Lynda Day George) help smash organized crime rings.

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  • Actors: Peter Graves, Greg Morris, Peter Lupus, Lynda Day George, Barbara Anderson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Paramount Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 3, 2009
  • Run Time: 1115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002L9N4E2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,475 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Thomas Rucki on August 13, 2009
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Good afternoon. Here is the seventh and final season (1972-1973) of "Mission: Impossible" which is now produced by Barry Crane (former "Mission: Impossible" associate producer who masters the science of budgets over scripts from season 1 to 6--except season 2--, and director from season 4 to 7) and entirely supervised by newcomer writer Stephen Kandel but helped by writer Laurence Heath who produces one episode: "Boomerang". The series carries on dealing with the Syndicate as in the previous season 6, Barry Crane follows the path of his predecessor, reaches the fatal recession and, eventually, the series becomes self-conscious and looses its edge.

Minor changes occur: Lynda Day George is absent ten times in this twenty two episodes season and therefore guest female agents appear as in the hybrid season 4: during seven episodes, Barbara Anderson (former "Ironside" leading actress) poses as ex-convict Mimi Davis who is introduced in "Break!" and also Marlyn Mason posing as IMFer Sandy in "Crack-Up" and Elizabeth Ashley posing as IMFer Andrea in "The Question", one episode ("Imitation") contains no female IMFer, the character of Barney carries a moustache during four episodes ("Two Thousand", "Leona", "Underground", "Speed") and the main theme music is slightly re-arranged with a fast tempo in the vein of the "hip" season 5. In order to renew the locations, the action takes place in San Francisco as for instance "Speed" (a season 5 youth movement drama combined in a Syndicate plot, guest starring Claude Akins and Jenny Sullivan).

Find a selection of rare espionage plots: "Two Thousand" (directed by Leslie H.
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This final year entry of Mission Impossible welcomes a newcomer, the beautiful Barbara Anderson as agent Mimi Davis along with veteran greats Peter Graves, Greg Morris, Peter Lupus and Lynda Day George.

After 168 successful missions from original creator Bruce Geller, Jim Phelps accepts the final mission for the IMF. Mission Impossible always placed the bar high for other series with its intricate scripts and that wonderful iconic music theme from the superb Lalo Schifrin! This final season is no exception!

To honor the passing of lead star Peter Graves, the prodigious leader of the IMF series, CBS/Paramount's mission, should they decide to accept it, (and we sure hope they do), is to release the 35 episodes from the 1988-90 series! That would be great news and a nice memorial to this fine actor.

UPDATE: 09.14.11

Great news; Mission Impossible: The 88 TV Season will be out on November 29th, 2011, in time to beat the 4th theatrical MI movie. I'll be the 1st one to pre-order!
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MI's final season was uneven. It had some high moments, it recycled ideas from earlier seasons with mixed results, and it continues the mostly unsuccessful "agent in jep" or "agent in love" themes that had dragged down its last couple seasons. The requisite "post-apocalyptic" illusion in "Two Thousand" was handled much more dramatically and effectively in Season 2's "The Photographer." TOD-5 is a bit more successful, although its "trick the villains into handing over the stolen weapon or technology" idea borrows from a handful of earlier eps ranging from "The Astrologer" to "Recovery" to "The Double Circle" just for starters. "Underground's" brainwashing scheme was a near duplicate of Season Six's "Mindbend," except that this time it's Jim not Barney being "programmed". But there are some good episodes. "Leona", "The Pendulum," and "Break" at least introduce relatively fresh plot ides.

Casting choices stand out, as if the producers and staff knew they were in trouble and went for semi-big names in an effort to save the series. Kim Hunter, Robert Goulet, George Maharis, Roddy McDowell, Dean Stockwell, Ed Nelson, and Barbara McNair are just a few of the well-know faces that show up. The problem is that for this kind of show, familiar faces bring familiar baggage, which can undermine the ability of the show to sell the plot. It does work occasionally. "The Puppet" is not one of my favorites, but I do agree that Roddy McDowell's stock "semi-charming but duplicitous little worm" persona meshed nicely with the plot.

Even bad MI is better than most of what's offered on TV today, so Season 7 is still worth watching. Some of the eps toward the end of the season show that MI was again finding its feet. "Pendulum," "The Western" and "Boomerang" are satisfying if not scintillating. Worth watching.
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Some of the episodes have Peter Graves directing them and Linda George is shown at the beginning of every episode yet it is my understanding she did not agree to the full year series but only half so contract and funding disputes which you find all the way back to series one and series two. Peter Graves took Hill's place in season two due to a contract dispute and I'm sure he regreted it as the same as the second or third season the actual married couple went on to be on their own and regreted that. Seems that Norris and Lupus (might not have those spelled right) stayed for all seasons but of course they did skip one or two episodes along the way. I think Season 8 is the last season and looking forward to that and what changes occurred. About season 5 or 6 they started changing the format by Peter Grave or others being on vacation and noticed so they are kidnapped and the team comes together to rescue them. Well no spoiler alerts here. Also back then they filmed 26 episodes instead of the 6 or 8 they do now each year so technically Mission Impossible by today's standards ran 16 to 20 seasons. Anyway as all seasons this one is great too!!
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