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A group of extraordinary spies, each experts in their own fields, belong to the Impossible Missions Force (IMF) -- first headed up by Daniel Briggs and later overseen by Jim Phelps. The IMF is a government agency that undertakes only the most hazardous of espionage missions. The beginning of each episode featured the now-famous tape-recorded message outlining the latest task for the group to tackle. Popular during the Cold War, the group's missions usually centered on overthrowing the government of some small communist country causing problems for the free world. The IMF crew included disguise expert Rollin Hand, charmer Cinnamon Carter, electronics technician Barney Collier, strong man Willy Armitage and, in later episodes, disguise-master Paris.

Latest episodes

aired 279 days ago
The IMF carries out its plan to destroy an organized-crime syndicate.
aired 279 days ago
Jim Phelps leads the IMF on an assignment to destroy an organized-crime syndicate.
aired 305 days ago
Barney is arrested and marked for execution by a sadistic police chief.
aired 307 days ago
Briggs, Rollin and a circus performer (Eartha Kitt) enter the Soviet embassy to replace secret documents with forgeries.
aired 307 days ago
Cinnamon poses as an astrologer to get the team into a Baltic nation to rescue a leader-in-exile and protect his followers.
aired 308 days ago
Jim Phelps becomes a partner in slave trade when he offers Cinnamon for an upcoming auction.
aired 308 days ago
The IMF is ordered to abolish the slave trade in a nation ruled by a tyrannical king.
aired 308 days ago
The IMF matches wits with a hijacker and a disloyal prison commandant.
aired 308 days ago
Cinnamon and Phelps infiltrate an international narcotics ring while Rollin poses as a competitor; guest William Windom.
aired 308 days ago
Cinnamon poses as a psychic to lure an industrialist into a poker game to retrieve top-secret NATO information he possesses.
aired 317 days ago
The team must convince an aging mobster (William Shatner) he is back in the 1930s to get evidence to close an unsolved case.
aired 318 days ago
The IMF must find information in a secret nuclear-arms treaty to avert an off shore missile crisis.
aired 318 days ago
Barney cannot escape a minefield during a mission to sabotage a satellite carrying hydrogen bombs.
aired 318 days ago
The IMF agents fear a mission may have to be aborted when part of a secret weapon they obtained falls into another's hands.
aired 318 days ago
An official (John Colicos) plans to assassinate a Caribbean president set to speak before Congress.
aired 318 days ago
The IMF must enlist an uncooperative computer genius (Christopher Connelly) when enemy operatives injure and capture Barney.
aired 333 days ago
To avert a nuclear attack, the IMF must make a captured enemy agent believe he is someone else.
aired 333 days ago
Cinnamon poses as a singer to make a deranged man in line for a police post become jealous of her and be charged with murder.
aired 333 days ago
A greedy manufacturer offers a hydrogen bomb to the highest bidder, unconcerned that his action could trigger World War III.
aired 333 days ago
The IMF must rescue a political inmate from an escape-proof glass cell within a heavily secured prison.
aired 333 days ago
The team must convince a mob henchman his boss wants to frame him in order to persuade him to testify against the crime lord.

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