Mission: Impossible (1988) - Season 1

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Mission: Impossible - Season 1
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel ABC
Genre Espionage
Broadcast 10/23/88 - 5/6/89
No. of Episodes 19
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jim Phelps Peter Graves
Nicholas Black Thaao Penghlis
Max Harte Antony Hamilton
Grant Collier Phil Morris
Casey Randall Terry Markwell
Shannon Reed Jane Badler



The revival of the classic Mission: Impossible series premiered in October of 1988, the culmination of years of effort to resurrect the series. Throughout the 1970's and 1980's, classic television series which were the contemporaries of Mission: Impossible had been revisited, some either through TV reunion movies (Rescue from Gilligan's Island (1978), The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E (1983)), TV series (Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)), or feature films (The Nude Bomb (1980)). Mission: Impossible was noticeably absent, although not for lack of trying. Reunions had been attempted, but nothing had been able to get off the ground, until the Writer's Strike of 1988 finally offered an opening. With no new material being written, Paramount was able to sell the show as a straight remake of the original series, using the original scripts and the original characters, albeit with a few updates. The original plan was to cast new actors as Jim Phelps, Rollin Hand, Cinnamon Carter, Barney Collier, and Willy Armitage, but with the return of Peter Graves, the show was retooled as a continuation, with Jim Phelps leading a new IMF team, all while still using the original scripts.

Peter Graves returned as Jim Phelps, who was returning to lead an IMF team after the previous leader, his friend and protege, was murdered in the teaser of the series premiere. Phil Morris played tech wizard Grant Collier, son of Barney Collier, who had been played by Phil's father Greg Morris. (Since so little emphasis had been placed on character development in the original show, there weren't any references to Barney having kids or even being married.) Australian actors Thaao Penghis and Antony Hamilton, played acting teacher Nicholas Black and tough guy Max Harte, respectively. Terry Markwell, an American actress living in Australia, rounded out the cast as designer Casey Randall. Bob Johnson, who had played the uncredited "voice on tape" in all seven season of the original series, returned to play the now updated "voice on disc" in the revival. Original cast members Greg Morris and Lynda Day George both reprised their roles the original series for one episode each. Within the show, it was revealed that Jim Phelps and Lisa Casey (her name retconned to avoid confusion with Casey Randall) had both retired from the team no more than nine years prior, and that Barney had left sometime after that.

Since the series had been pitched as temporary workaround for the writer's strike, only thirteen episodes were initially ordered. When the writer's strike ended in August, however, new scripts were commissioned, and only four of the first five episodes wound up being remakes. ABC extended the first season to nineteen episodes. All of the actors save for Markwell signed extensions, as Markwell as not happy with her role, and she got the honor of being the first (and ultimately, only) series regular to be killed off and disavowed in the twelth episode. Jane Badler, late of V, joined the cast at the same time as former broadcast journalist and Secret Service agent (?) Shannon Reed.

Production costs had plagued the original series, so the revival was shot in Australia to save money, one of the first shows to do so. Ratings for the series had started out strong, good enough to extend the original order of thirteen episodes to nineteen, but the show wound up tied for 77th in the year-end Nielsen ratings (tied with Tour of Duty.) The show was renewed for a second season, but ABC cancelled plans for a reunion film that would've brought back the original cast.


The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Mission: Impossible (1988):


Contents


Handguns

Walther PP

Walther PPs are seen throughout the first season, with and without suppressors.

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP
Casey Randall (Terry Markwell) with a suppressed PP in "The Killer" (S01E01). Matthew Drake (John de Lancie) later takes it away from her. This episode is a remake of the Season 5 premiere of the same name from the original series.
Captain Hamidou (Adrian Wright) with a PP in "The Condemned" (S01E04). This episode is a remake of the Season 2 episode of the same name.
Captain Hamidou (Adrian Wright) with a PP in "The Condemned" (S01E04).
Ernst Graff (Judson Scott) with his Walther PP in "The Legacy" (S01E05). This episode is a remake of the Season 1 episode of the same name.
Ernst Graff (Judson Scott) with his Walther PP in "The Legacy" (S01E05). This episode is a remake of the Season 1 episode of the same name.
Dr. Wolfgang Gerstner (Alan Cassell) attached a suppressor to his Walther PP in "The Wall" (S01E06).
Dr. Wolfgang Gerstner (Alan Cassell) chambers a round into his Walther PP in "The Wall" (S01E06).
Alvarado (Joseph Spano) pulls out his Walther PP in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Arthur Six (Richard Romanus) is threatened by Judge Vossberg (Anthony Ingersent) with a Walther PP in "The Fixer" (S01E13).
Catherine Balzac (Maud Adams) reaches for her suppress PP in "The Plague" (S01E16).

Rossi Model 851

Rossi Model 851 revolvers are seen throughout the season.

Rossi Model 851 (Stainless Version) - .38 Special
Alfred Chambers (Ted Hamilton) reaches for his Rossi Model 851 in "The Killer" (S01E01).
A closeup of Chambers' Rossi Model 851 in "The Killer" (S01E01).
Casey hands Max the Rossi Model 851 in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Max loads Rossi Model 851 in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Max fires the Rossi Model 851 in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Max fires the Rossi Model 851 as Casey fires off squibs in "The Greek" (S01E11).
A henchman (uncredited) with his Rossi Model 851 in "The Plague" (S01E16).
An SFPD officer fires his Rossi Model 851 in "Reprisal" (S01E17).

Ruger Mk II

Max Harte (Antony Hamilton) draws what appears to be a suppressed Ruger Mk II in "The System" (S01E02). Despite being a suppressed .22, the sound effect used was that of an unsuppressed, large caliber handgun. A henchman is seen with what appears to be same prop in "The Plague" (S01E16).

Ruger Mk II - .22 LR
Max Harte (Antony Hamilton) fires his suppressed Ruger Mk II in "The System" (S01E02). This episode is a remake of the Season 3 episode of the same name.
A different shot of Max's Mk II as he goes for his radio.
A henchman (uncredited) fires his suppressed Ruger Mk II in "The Plague" (S01E16).

M1911A1

Major Duvall (William Zappa) removes an M1911A1 from Grant Collier (Phil Morris), who is posing as a bodyguard in "Holograms" (S01E03). This was the first episode of the series that was not a remake. Admiral Edgar Sheppard (Mitchell Ryan) brandishes one in "Submarine" (S01E18).

Ruger Mk II - .22 LR
Major Duvall (William Zappa) removes an M1911A1 from Grant Collier (Phil Morris), who is posing as a bodyguard in "Holograms" (S01E03).
Admiral Edgar Sheppard (Mitchell Ryan) threatens Nicholas with his M1911A1 in "Submarine" (S01E18).
Admiral Edgar Sheppard with his M1911A1 in "Submarine" (S01E18).

Smith & Wesson 669

Smith & Wesson 669s appear throughout the season.

Smith & Wesson 669 - 9x19mm.
Major Duvall (William Zappa) points his S&W 669 at Max in "Holograms" (S01E03).
Major Duvall (William Zappa) with this S&W 669 in "Holograms" (S01E03).
A shot of Laroux's (Gary Day) S&W 669 in a shoulder holster in "The Plague" (S01E16).
Laroux with hi S&W 669 drawn in "The Plague" (S01E16).
Grant discovers Jake Morgan's (Frank Thring) S&W 669 in "Bayou" (S01E19).
Jake Morgan reveals his S&W 669 in "Bayou" (S01E19).

Special: Grant knows guns

Grant has to swap out live rounds for blanks from a Smith & Wesson 669 in "Bayou" (S01E19).

Grant drops the mag.
Grant then checks the chamber for a round.
Grant takes the time to use the decocker to decock the pistol, and then flicks the safety/decocker back to fire.

Single Action Army-type

Stanton (Steve Jacobs) uses what appears to be a Single Action Army-type revolver in "The Condemned" (S01E04). From the size, it might be chambered in .22LR.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
Stanton (Steve Jacobs) with the revolver in "The Condemned" (S01E04). In the original Season 2 episode, his character carried a Walther PPK.
Stanton (Steve Jacobs) with the revolver in "The Condemned" (S01E04).

Walther P38

A German officer is seen with a Walther P38 in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05). Max Harte (Antony Hamilton) is armed with one as part of his disguise as an East German officer in "The Wall" (S01E06), which Jim Phelps (Peter Graves) later takes away. John Christie (Tim Hughes) uses one in "Spy" (S01E14), which Nicholas (Thaao Penghlis) later gets his hands on.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
An officer with a P38 in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
Max with a P38 in "The Wall" (S01E06).
Jim fires a P38 in "The Wall" (S01E06).
John Christie (Tim Hughes) reveals his P38 in "Spy" (S01E14).

Colt Official Police

Casey (Terry Markwell) pretends to have killed herself with what appears to be a Colt Official Police in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
The Official Police in Casey's "dead" hand in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).
A quick glimpse of the revolver as Casey gets up in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).

Tokarev TT-33

Major Natalia Zorbuskaya (Rowena Wallace) draws a Tokarev TT-33 in "The Pawn" (S01E08).

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version
Major Natalia Zorbuskaya (Rowena Wallace) with her TT-33 in "The Pawn" (S01E08).
A better shot of Major Zorbuskaya with her TT-33 in "The Pawn" (S01E08). So where was she keeping that thing?

Browning High Power

Socrates Colonnades (Cesare Danova) uses a Browning High Power in "The Greek" (S01E11).

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm
Socrates Colonnades (Cesare Danova) with his BHP in "The Greek" (S01E11).

Webley Mk IV

Woodward (Nicholas Hammond) uses a Webley Mk IV in "The Greek" (S01E11). Inspector Egerton (Russell Newman) uses one in "The Devils" (S01E15).

Webley Mk IV - .38 S&W
A good shot of Woodward's (Nicholas Hammond) Webley in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Woodward (Nicholas Hammond) with his Webley in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Woodward (Nicholas Hammond) with his Webley in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Inspector Egerton (Russell Newman) opens his desk drawer to reveal a Webley in "The Devils" (S01E15).
Inspector Egerton with his Webley in "The Devils" (S01E15).

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Doyle (John Calvin) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 29 in "The Fixer" (S01E13). Russell Acker (David Cameron) uses a Model 29 in "Reprisal" (S01E17), which Grant later takes.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum
Doyle with his S&W 29 in "The Fixer" (S01E13).
Doyle stands over a "dead" Nicholas with his S&W 29 in "The Fixer" (S01E13).
Max empties Doyle's S&W 29 in "The Fixer" (S01E13).
Russell Acker (David Cameron) draws his S&W 29 in "Reprisal" (S01E17)
Acker fires his S&W 29 in "Reprisal" (S01E17)

Unidentifiable pistol

Patterson (Terry Gill) draws an unidentifiable handgun in "The Greek" (S01E11). This may be the same Smith & Wesson 669 from "Holograms" (S01E03), but it's impossible to tell.

Patterson (Terry Gill) with the pistol in "The Greek" (S01E11).

Submachine Guns

Uzi

Federal agents are seen armed with Uzis in "Holograms" (S01E03). Grant Collier (Phil Morris) uses one in "Spy" (S01E14).

IMI Uzi with buttstock extended - 9x19mm
Federal agents with their Uzis in "Holograms" (S01E03).
Grant chambers a round into his Uzi in "Spy" (S01E14).
Grants opens fire with his Uzi in "Spy" (S01E14).

Smith & Wesson 76

Turkish prison guards are seen armed with Smith & Wesson 76 submachine guns in "The Condemned" (S01E04).

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9x19mm‎
A guard points his M76 at Casey in "The Condemned" (S01E04).
Guards with their M76s in "The Condemned" (S01E04).

Micro Uzi

A bodyguard pulls a Micro Uzi in "The Fortune" (S01E12). Max uses one in "Bayou" (S01E19).

IMI Micro Uzi with bent trigger guard - 9x19mm
A bodyguard with his Micro Uzi in "The Fortune" (S01E12). Note the bent trigger guard.
A bodyguard with his Micro Uzi in "The Fortune" (S01E12).
A henchman removes Max's Micro Uzi during a pat-down in "Bayou" (S01E19).
Max fires his Micro Uzi in "Bayou" (S01E19).

Austen

A henchmen is armed with an Austen in "Spy" (S01E14).

Austen Mk I - 9x19mm Parabellum‎
A henchman with his Austen in "Spy" (S01E14).

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Captain Hamidou (Adrian Wright) is seen with a Double Barreled Shotgun in "The Condemned" (S01E04). Lord Holman (John Stanton) and his groundskeeper Challis (Ron Graham) are seen with them in "The Devils" (S01E15).

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Captain Hamidou (Adrian Wright) with a Double Barreled Shotgun in "The Condemned" (S01E04). He is only seen holding it in this file photo from Phelps' briefing.
Lord Holman (John Stanton) with a double-barreled shotgun in Phelps' mission briefing in "The Devils" (S01E15). Once again, this is the only time in the episode he is seen with one.
Challis (Ron Graham) with his shotgun in "The Devils" (S01E15).

Mossberg 500

Guards at a mental hospital are armed with Mossberg 500s in "Reprisal" (S01E17). Henchmen are armed with Mossberg 500 field guns in "Bayou" (S01E19). Max gets ahold of one later in the episode.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge
Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 gauge
A closeup of a guard's Mossberg 500 in "Reprisal" (S01E17).
Grant looks over his shoulder at a guard with his Mossberg 500 in "Reprisal" (S01E17).
Morgan's henchmen with their Mossberg 500 field guns in "Bayou" (S01E19).
Morgan's henchman (uncredited) with his field gun in "Bayou" (S01E19).
Morgan's henchman frisks Max, finger firmly on the trigger in "Bayou" (S01E19).

Rifles/Carbines

L1A1

Troops loyal to Colonel Gregory Usher (Gerard Kennedy) are armed with L1A1 rifles. Henchmen are armed with L1A1s in "Spy" (S01E14).These are presumably Australian L1A1s, since the series was shot in Australia.

Australian L1A1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Troops with their L1A1s in "Holograms" (S01E03). Although the scene is set in an unnamed island nation near the United States, the registration on the airplane is Australian.
Troops with their L1A1s in "Holograms" (S01E03).
Troops with their L1A1s in "Holograms" (S01E03).
A henchman with his L1A1 in "Spy" (S01E14).

CAR-15

Major Duvall (William Zappa) uses what appears to be a scoped CAR-15 in the teaser of "Holograms" (S01E03). Max uses what appears to be the same rifle with a different optic in "Spy" (S01E14).

Commercial CAR-15 semiautomatic Rifle - 5.56x45mm
Major Duvall with a CAR-15 in "Holograms" (S01E03).
Max with his carbine in "Spy" (S01E14). Note the compensator/muzzle brake.
A good shot of the receiver as Max returns fire in "Spy" (S01E14). Note the lack of fencing, the forward assist, and the occluded eye gunsight.
Max returns fire in "Spy" (S01E14). Note the full shoulder stock, but short barrel.
A good shot of the entire length of the carbine in "Spy" (S01E14).

Karabiner 98k

A German officer is armed with a Karabiner 98k in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
An officer in the background with a K98k as enlisted men load a truck in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
An officer with a K98k in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

M1 Carbine

US soldiers are armed with M1 Carbines in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Korean War Era M1 Carbine, with Birch Stock, Adjustable sight, bayonet lug, and twin magazine pouch - .30 Carbine
A US soldier with an M1 Carbine in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
A US soldier with an M1 Carbine in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

M1 Garand

US soldiers are armed with M1 Garands in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
A US soldier with an M1 Garand in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Sturmgewehr 44

German troops are seen armed with Sturmgewehr 44s in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm
An officer with a Sturmgewehr 44 in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
An officer with a Sturmgewehr 44 in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Heckler & Koch HK33

In a continuity error (and anachronism), the Sturmgewehr 44s turn into Heckler & Koch HK33 later in the scene. It's possible the switch was made due to the lack of blank-firing Sturmgewehrs.

Heckler & Koch HK33A2 Select Fire rifle with Factory 25rd Magazine - 5.56x45mm
An officer fires his HK33 in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
An officer fires his HK33 in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

AKMS

East German guards are armed with AKMS rifles in "The Wall" (S01E06).

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
East German guards with AKMS rifles in "The Wall" (S01E06).
East German guards with AKMS rifles in "The Wall" (S01E06).
East German guards with AKMS rifles in "The Wall" (S01E06).

AK-47

East German guards are armed with AK-47 rifles in "The Wall" (S01E06).

Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
East German guards with AK-47s in "The Wall" (S01E06).

SKS

An East German guard is seen with an SKS in "The Wall" (S01E06).

Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm
An East German guard with an SKS in "The Wall" (S01E06).

M16

An American MP is seen with what appears to be some sort of M16 in "The Wall" (S01E06). Henchmen are armed with M16s in "Spy" (S01E14).

The original M16, the first version, firing in a 20-round magazine, adopted in large numbers by the U.S. Air Force in Vietnam. This has the original 3-prong flash hider. It would later be replaced by the upgraded M16A1 - 5.56x45mm
An American MP, wearing an anachronistic uniform, with his M16 in "The Wall" (S01E06).
A henchman with his M16 in "Spy" (S01E14).
Another henchman with his M16 in "Spy" (S01E14).

Parker Hale M85

Douglas Matthews (David Bradshaw) uses what appears to be a Parker Hale M85 in "The Cattle King" (S01E07). Carl (Lee Rice) is seen using the same rifle in "Spy" (S01E14).

Parker-Hale 1200 series rifle
Douglas Matthews (David Bradshaw) with the rifle in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).
Another shot of Matthews with the rifle in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).
Carl (Lee Rice) with the rifle in "Spy" (S01E14).

SA vz. 58P

Czechoslovakian guards are armed with SA vz. 58P in "The Pawn" (S01E08).

Czech SA vz. 58P (Pěchotní aka "Infantry") with fixed stock - 7.62x39mm
Czechoslovakian guards storm a building armed with Vz. 58Ps in "The Pawn" (S01E08).
A guard fires Vz. 58P full auto in "The Pawn" (S01E08).
A guard with his Vz. 58P in "The Pawn" (S01E08).
A guard with his Vz. 58P in "The Pawn" (S01E08).

Steyr AUG

Guards are armed with Steyr AUG rifles in "The Fortune" (S01E12). Guards are also seen armed with AUGs in "Submarine" (S01E18).

Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version - 5.56x45mm
Guards with their AUGs in "The Fortune" (S01E12).
Guards with their AUGs in "The Fortune" (S01E12).
Guards with their AUGs in "The Fortune" (S01E12).
Guards with their AUGs in "Submarine" (S01E18).

Modified SKS

Carl (Lee Rice) uses an SKS visually modified to resemble an AK-47 in "Spy" (S01E14).

Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm
Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
Carl (Lee Rice)with SKS in "Spy" (S01E14). From this angle, it just looks like an AK.
Carl fires his SKS in "Spy" (S01E14). Note the shape of the receiver.
Carl with his SKS in "Spy" (S01E14). Note the distinctive SKS bolt handle.
Carl with his SKS in "Spy" (S01E14).

Heckler & Koch G3

A henchman is armed with a Heckler & Koch G3 in "Spy" (S01E14).

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with wide handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
A henchman with a G3 in "Spy" (S01E14).

FAMAS F1

French Army guards are seen armed with FAMAS F1 rifles in "The Plague" (S01E16).

FAMAS F1 - 5.56x45mm
A guard with his FAMAS in "The Plague" (S01E16).
Another guard with his FAMAS in "The Plague" (S01E16).
A "dead" guard with his FAMAS in a staged photo in "The Plague" (S01E16).

Other

M60 machine gun

An M60 machine gun is seen mounted on a jeep in "Holograms" (S01E03).

M60 machine gun with bipod folded - 7.62x51mm NATO
A jeep-mounted M60 in "Holograms" (S01E03).

Browning M2

Browning M2 machine guns are seen in stock footage in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG
Browning M2 Aircraft, Fixed - .50 BMG
Tanks in stock footage with mounted M2s in "The Legacy" (S01E05). In reality, the Western Allies stopped at the Elbe, allowing the Red Army to take Berlin on their own.
Tanks in stock footage with mounted M2s in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
F4U Corsairs with M2s in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Bofors 40mm

A Bofors 40mm cannon is seen briefly in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Bofors 40mm L/60 AA gun in a wheeled trailer mounting - 40x311mmR
A Bofors 40mm in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

A German officer tosses a Model 24 Stielhandgranate in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
A German about to toss a Model 24 in "The Legacy" (S01E05). Note the right hand drive on the truck, another sign of filming in Australia.

Mk 2 hand grenade

American soldiers are seen with Mk 2 hand grenades in the teaser of "The Legacy" (S01E05).

Mk 2 "Pineapple" World War II-made High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
An American soldier about to toss his Mk 2 hand grenade in "The Legacy" (S01E05).
The live Mk 2 hand grenade in "The Legacy" (S01E05).

FIM-43 Redeye

FIM-92 Stinger missiles are central to the plot of "The Cattle King" (S01E07), although it appears that a prop FIM-43 Redeye was used in its place.

FIM-43 Redeye - 70mm
Douglas Matthews (David Bradshaw) reveals the "Stinger" (called a "Stinger Mark II" for some reason) to the prospective buyer (Sal Sharah) in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).
Douglas Matthews prepares to fire the "Stinger" in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).

FIM-92 Stinger

Stock footage of real FIM-92 Stinger missiles is seen in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).

FIM-92A Stinger - 70mm
Stock footage of real Stingers is shown during Phelps' briefing in "The Cattle King" (S01E07).

Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol

Socrates Colonnades (Cesare Danova) uses a Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol in "The Greek" (S01E11).

Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol - 1 inch - brass frame and barrel
Socrates Colonnades (Cesare Danova) fires his Webley flare pistol in "The Greek" (S01E11).
Socrates Colonnades (Cesare Danova) with his Webley flare pistol in "The Greek" (S01E11).

M26 Hand Grenade

Shannon Reed (Jane Badler) uses a M26 Hand Grenade in "The Fortune" (S01E12). Grant (Phil Morris) and Jim (Peter Graves) all handle the grenade in the episode.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Shannon Reed (Jane Badler) with the M26 in her hand in "The Fortune" (S01E12).
The M26 on the dash of a speedboat in "The Fortune" (S01E12).

Trivia

Dart gun

Matthew Drake (John de Lancie) uses a small, custom dart gun to assassinate his targets in "The Killer" (S01E01).

Matthew Drake with the dart gun in "The Killer" (S01E01).

Ferret Armored Car

A Ferret Armored Car is seen outside a French military research lab in "The Plague" (S01E16).

A shot of the Ferret in "The Plague" (S01E16).
A quick shot of the turret and mounted machine gun, but it's hard to tell what kind of machine gun.
A shot of the Ferret daylight.

General Dynamics F-111C

An Royal Australian Air Force F-111C bomber, dressed up in USAF livery, is featured in the teaser of "Submarine" (S01E18), with Jim Phelps finding his mission briefing in the cockpit. The RAAF retired all of their F-111s by 2010, and all aircraft not selected for preservation were buried in a landfill in Ipswitch, Queensland.

The F-111C in "Submarine" (S01E18).


See Also

Mission: Impossible (1966) Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7
Mission: Impossible (1988) Season 1  •  Season 2
Film Series Mission: Impossible (1996)  •  Mission: Impossible II (2000)  •  Mission: Impossible III (2006)  •  Ghost Protocol (2011)  •  Rogue Nation (2015)  •  Fallout (2018)



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