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Mission Impossible Versus the Mob, Movie made for TV, 1968 IMDB

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Raul1983 FI

2006-12-12 21:28

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You work fast, BeanBandit :king:

This movie just came yesterday from Finnish television.

Red Grant US

2007-12-13 21:33

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any chases?

Bri US

2009-02-06 05:54

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Red Grant wrote any chases?

There was an episode of the MI TV show in which the MI crew were trying to convince some chap that he had been cryogenically suspended in the 1960\'s and then reanimated in the 1980\'s, which was the far distant future for the MI scenario. Presumably, if this fellow was convinced that he had been transposed some twenty years into the future then he would no longer see the need to keep whatever secret info he had, and which MI wanted to obtain, to himself. Anyway, to help in the deception, the MI crew populated the parking lot outside the mark\'s hospital window with a group of \"futuristic\" vehicles, one of which was the Cosma Ray show car. I\'ve seen this famous custom Corvette variously attributed to George Barris or Darryl Starbird; maybe some other fan of this website knows the truth....

Bri US

2009-02-06 05:59

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Red Grant wrote any chases?

The Cosma Ray show car not only appeared on the MI TV show, but was also featured on the TV special "The Wonderful World of Wheels" starring Loyd Bridges in 1969.

atom SE

2009-02-06 13:57

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Bri wrote
There was an episode of the MI TV show in which the MI crew were trying to convince some chap that he had been cryogenically suspended in the 1960\'s and then reanimated in the 1980\'s, which was the far distant future for the MI scenario. Presumably, if this fellow was convinced that he had been transposed some twenty years into the future then he would no longer see the need to keep whatever secret info he had, and which MI wanted to obtain, to himself. Anyway, to help in the deception, the MI crew populated the parking lot outside the mark\'s hospital window with a group of \"futuristic\" vehicles, one of which was the Cosma Ray show car. I\'ve seen this famous custom Corvette variously attributed to George Barris or Darryl Starbird; maybe some other fan of this website knows the truth....

Hello there Bri!
You can find those cars here:
/vehicle_181277-Chevrolet-Corvette-C2-1968.html
/vehicle_181278-Jeffries-Mantaray.html
/vehicle_181276-Unknown.html

maxman CA

2016-02-15 11:23

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Was this made with reused footage from the show? Or was footage from here repackaged as episodes for the show?

-- Last edit: 2016-02-15 11:24:06

Gag Halfrunt UK

2016-02-15 12:18

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Quote This European theatrical release originally aired on television in the United States as a two part episode of the series, Mission: Impossible (1966) called, "The Council" (episode 2.11).

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063310/alternateversions

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