Mission: Impossible

Elite special agents undertook top-secret assignments in crackerjack episodes, which kicked off with the team leader receiving instructions via a tape-recorded message that self-destructed in five seconds. What followed were usually breakneck spyjinks set to a pulsating Lalo Schifrin score. Martin Landau turned down the Spock role in 'Star Trek' to play IMFer Rollin Hand. When Landau left the series in 1969, his replacement was the man who built a career on Spock, Leonard Nimoy.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 September 1966 April 1967 28
Season 2 September 1967 March 1968 25
Season 3 September 1968 April 1969 25
Season 4 September 1969 March 1970 26
Season 5 September 1970 March 1971 23
Season 6 September 1971 February 1972 22
Season 7 September 1972 March 1973 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 September 1966 April 1967 28
Season 2 September 1967 March 1968 25
Season 3 September 1968 April 1969 25
Season 4 September 1969 March 1970 26
Season 5 September 1970 March 1971 23
Season 6 September 1971 February 1972 22
Season 7 September 1972 March 1973 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1966 March 1973 171
Unassigned Episodes 0
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Allan Balter 24 10/22/1966 - 11/10/1968
William Read Woodfield 24 10/22/1966 - 11/10/1968
Samuel Roeca 7 01/30/1971 - 12/02/1972
James L. Henderson 7 01/30/1971 - 12/02/1972
Stephen Kandel 6 09/30/1972 - 02/09/1973
Ellis Marcus 4 10/08/1966 - 12/10/1966
Howard Browne 4 01/09/1971 - 01/12/1973
Bruce Geller 4 09/17/1966 - 09/17/1967
Ronald Austin 3 02/23/1969 - 10/14/1972
James D. Buchanan 3 02/23/1969 - 10/14/1972
Mann Rubin 3 02/11/1967 - 02/20/1971
Barney Slater 3 09/10/1967 - 01/07/1968
Robert Lewin 3 09/24/1966 - 03/04/1967
Richard M. Sakal 2 10/29/1967 - 01/14/1968
Lou Shaw 2 12/08/1968 - 02/16/1973
Robert E. Thompson 2 09/29/1968 - 12/15/1968
Sy Salkowitz 2 02/18/1968 - 03/10/1968
James Griffith 1 12/03/1967
Julian Barry 1 12/17/1966
John O'Dea 1 10/22/1967
Arthur Rowe 1 10/22/1967
Brad Radnitz 1 10/01/1967
Jerry Thomas 1 01/02/1971
Dan Ullman 1 10/23/1971
John T. Dugan 1 11/17/1968
Eric Bercovici 1 10/31/1970
Lois Peyser 1 03/02/1973
Judith Barrows 1 02/18/1967
Garrie Bateson 1 12/04/1971
Helen Hoblock Thompson 1 11/21/1970
Calvin Clements Jr. 1 02/23/1973
Edward DeBlasio 1 03/03/1968
Robert Guy Barrows 1 02/18/1967
Max Hodge 1 11/24/1968
Leigh Chapman 1 12/03/1966
Chester Krumholz 1 01/14/1967
Jerome Ross 1 10/01/1966
Arnold Peyser 1 03/02/1973
Nicholas E. Baehr 1 02/09/1973
Robert Hamner 1 01/26/1969
Donald James 1 11/16/1969
Douglas Weir 1 11/11/1972
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Laurence Heath 23 10/29/1966 - 02/12/1972
Reza Badiyi 18 04/20/1969 - 11/11/1972
Barry Crane 16 11/02/1969 - 01/26/1973
Paul Playdon 14 12/23/1968 - 10/02/1971
Paul Krasny 14 10/27/1968 - 03/30/1973
Ken Pettus 11 09/28/1969 - 12/18/1971
Lee H. Katzin 11 02/18/1967 - 12/08/1968
Harold Livingston 11 10/17/1970 - 11/18/1972
Leonard J. Horn 10 10/01/1966 - 10/23/1971
Arthur Weiss 10 09/19/1970 - 12/09/1972
Leslie H. Martinson 9 11/13/1971 - 03/02/1973
John Llewellyn Moxey 7 02/02/1969 - 01/01/1972
Paul Stanley 7 09/24/1967 - 10/13/1968
Charles Rondeau 6 09/24/1966 - 01/16/1971
Leigh Vance 6 10/05/1969 - 12/22/1972
Alexander Singer 5 11/05/1967 - 01/04/1969
Virgil Vogel 5 03/29/1970 - 02/16/1973
Howard Berk 5 11/30/1969 - 02/19/1972
Jerry Ludwig 5 12/01/1968 - 10/31/1970
Alf Kjellin 5 10/01/1967 - 01/28/1968
Edward J. Lakso 5 04/15/1967 - 03/30/1973
Wesley Lau 5 01/23/1971
Sutton Roley 5 11/17/1968 - 12/09/1972
Murray Golden 5 10/26/1969 - 03/06/1971
Ed Adamson 5 11/14/1970 - 01/29/1972
Norman Katkov 4 11/28/1970 - 10/21/1972
Marvin Chomsky 4 02/08/1970 - 12/11/1971
Jackson Gillis 4 09/26/1970 - 02/12/1972
Lewis Allen 4 01/28/1967 - 02/23/1973
John D.F. Black 4 03/03/1968 - 02/27/1971
Gerald Mayer 4 04/13/1969 - 10/31/1970
Michael O'Herlihy 3 01/07/1967 - 02/18/1968
Judy Burns 3 04/06/1969 - 01/23/1971
Henry Sharp 3 03/22/1970 - 12/04/1971
Stuart Hagmann 3 02/23/1969 - 09/28/1969
Bernard L. Kowalski 3 09/17/1966 - 12/03/1966
Richard Benedict 3 02/11/1967 - 04/06/1969
Marc Norman 2 10/03/1970
Gene Kearney 2 10/25/1970
David Moessinger 2 12/12/1970
Robert Totten 2 03/03/1968 - 03/17/1968
Anthony Bowers 2 11/04/1972
Buck Houghton 2 01/05/1973
Peter Graves 2 12/02/1972
George F. Slavin 2 09/30/1972
Robert Malcolm Young 2 12/28/1969
Meyer Dolinsky 2 02/23/1969
Orville H. Hampton 2 11/20/1971 - 02/09/1973
Terry Becker 2 11/21/1970 - 11/04/1972
Marc Daniels 2 12/10/1966 - 11/12/1967
Walter Brough 2 12/12/1970 - 02/19/1972
Sheldon Stark 1 10/31/1970
Robert Butler 1 01/12/1969
Allen H. Miner 1 01/21/1967
Robert Gist 1 01/26/1969
Seymour Robbie 1 11/07/1970
Rick Husky 1 02/26/1972
Leon Benson 1 03/17/1971
Ralph Senensky 1 03/18/1967
William Wood 1 10/25/1970
David Lowell Rich 1 10/28/1972
Tom Gries 1 10/29/1966
John Kingsbridge 1 04/06/1969
Harry Harris 1 11/05/1966
Robert White 1 12/09/1972
Richard Neil Morgan 1 11/23/1969
Georg Fenady 1 11/23/1969
Herschel Daugherty 1 02/25/1967
Shirl Hendryx 1 11/18/1972
Don Richardson 1 12/01/1968
Don McDougall 1 01/15/1972
Robert Douglas 1 02/04/1967
Herb Wallerstein 1 01/25/1970
John Florea 1 11/24/1968
Allan Greedy 1 03/22/1970
Joseph Pevney 1 04/01/1967
Phyllis White 1 12/09/1972
Sherman Marks 1 11/19/1966
Alf Harris 1 02/02/1969
Bruce Kessler 1 03/23/1969
Robert C. Dennis 1 12/14/1969
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Robert H. Justman 1 09/17/1966
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Lalo Schifrin 1 09/17/1966
John Alton 1 09/17/1966

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