The episode was directed by Robert Totten, and written by William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter.
Please note that this is not a hardcore scene-specific track, just a bit of extra fun, so we can talk about some of the stuff we couldn't fit into the main track for Mission: Impossible (1996).
On this track we cover:
- The style and structure
- The creation of the original show
- Favorite moments from the show
- The slow decline of the series
- And much more
Download the mp3 file here. Link.
Subscribe to the commentary podcast in iTunes. Link.
Participants: David Bjerre and Dennis Rosenfeld.
Day of recording: June 20th, 2013.
Version: NTSC DVD.
Movie runtime: 0:50:06.
|Peter Graves as The Real Jim Phelps.|
|Mission briefing during "the apartment scene".|
|Guest star Bradford Dillman.|
|The robot hands!|
|Phelps posing as the downed pilot.|
|The shredder chute.|
|Dillman and his devious smile.|
|Greg Morris as Barney - who finally gets a cozy assignment.|
|Peter Lupus as Willy. What a trooper.|
|Martin Landau flashes a victorious smile.|
The Complete Mission: Impossible Dossier, Patrick J. White
Steven Hill in The Firm. Link.
You can find even more screenshots and interesting goodies in this The Mission Impossible Visual Companion blog.
|Rollin (Martin Landau) smuggles a guy out of prison in a wheelchair.|