he fourth season of the original Mission: Impossible originally aired Sundays at 10:00-11:00 pm on CBS from September 28, 1969 to March 29, 1970.
Bob Johnson Voice on Tape
Peter Graves Jim Phelps
Barbara Bain Cinnamon Carter
Peter Lupus Willy Armitage
Greg Morris Barney Collier
Martin Landau Rollin Hand
Lesley Ann Warren
Lynda Day George
In order to stop an invasion and shatter an alliance between two countries, the IMF team must photograph and break a code in a matter of minutes.
The team tries to get a deposed dictator to divulge his Swiss bank account number by tricking him into believing World War III is about to begin.
Jim and a female agent pose as scientists who have invented a new drug in order to replace a real drug that turns people into willing slaves.
As Barney taints the water system with a mind-numbing drug, Jim is captured and put on trial, where he must discredit an enemy scientist.
Paris poses as a counterfeiter in order to gain access to a safe and destroy millions in phony money, as well as the plates used to make it.
An imprisoned priest is about to be executed, so Jim and Willie pose as U.S. religious workers who are willing to trade guns in exchange for his safety.
An art lover is made to believe he can own a priceless work of art, but it is really a plot to retrieve a valuable formula from his impenetrable safe.
Upon his release, a prisoner plans to fund neo-Nazis with stolen money. So a submarine voyage is simulated in order to transport him to his contact.
A country is unaware that its premier is dead and that his double is about to appoint a successor. So Barney concocts a mechanical man to take his place.
As Barney attempts to break into a safe that contains an incriminating file, Paris convinces a mob figure that he can read the mind of his double-crossing boss.
A Middle Eastern king needs to be restored to the throne. So a medical operation is replicated where he will seemingly donate his kidney to his murderous brother.
The IMF team has to try and gain access to a nuclear reactor complex, where a terminally ill officer plans to detonate an atomic bomb.
Jim poses as an amnesia victim in order to retrieve a stolen isotope, one that could make nuclear weapons affordable to any country.
Paris masquerades as Zastro, a magician who has come to entertain during an arranged wedding between the king's sister and a ruthless usurper.
With the king's sister rescued during the wedding, the team must now turn its attention to the true heir, who's locked up in prison.
Just as Jim and the others unwittingly become caught up in a royal power struggle, a bomb goes off, seriously injuring Paris and revealing his disquise.
Two halves of a microfilm add up to one dangerous list for the agents it will incriminate. But Barney plans to use a trained dog to retrieve it.
A 12-year-old king whose life is in danger is rescued by gypsies - Paris and Willie in disguise - and forced to dress up like a girl to fool his assassins.
A murderous dictator's belief in ghosts is used against him when Barney fashions a clever system that projects spirits of his dead victims before his eyes.
Jim and his team must infiltrate a prison in order to block the release of a ruthless Middle Eastern terrorist about to be pardoned.
While in London to break a spy ring, Paris develops feelings for the beautiful Lady Weston after he is cast as a jealous lover in a romantic triangle.
An unknown assassin must be stopped, so Barney infiltrates the foreign agency that employs him while Jim poses as a drug addict with information to sell.
Jim and his team rescue a prisoner and place him in a spot his captors will never think to look - a conspicuous location right under their noses.
Barney kills a man in self-defense and is marked for execution by the victim's brother, a chief of police who heads a death squad.
A duchess is under the powerful spell of a mystic, who notices his uncanny resemblance to Paris and plans to use him in a plot to ascend to the throne.
As a duplicitous dictator courts the young people of his country, Paris poses as the son of his predecessor, a martyred youth leader.