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  • Actors: Peter Graves, Thaao Penghlis, Antony Hamilton
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Revelation
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Oct. 2012
  • Run Time: 772 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007IV5GPS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,126 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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RETURN TO THE MISSION

In MISSION: IMPOSSIBLETM THE 89 TV SEASON, Peter Graves returns as veteran agent Jim Phelps, the leader of a crack team of operatives for the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). As the mastermind, Phelps spearheads dangerous assignments with global stakes. Under a cloak of absolute secrecy the IMF team strikes against cold-blooded assassins, fanatical cults and rogue military leaders. This collectible four-disc set includes all 16 episodes of the series final breath taking season, as the challenges take the IMF team to the ends of the Earth... and beyond!

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Episode Listing:

1. The Golden Serpent (Part 1), The Golden Serpent (Part 2), The Princess, Command Performance 2. Countdown, War Games, Target Earth, The Fuhrer s Children 3. Banshee, For Art s Sake, Deadly Harvest, Cargo Cult 4. The Assassin, Gunslinger, Church Bells In Bogota, The Sands Of Seth

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M on 17 Jan. 2014
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I am a great fan of all MISSION:IMPOSSIBLE productions.
But the old ones from the sixties and seventies have a much better picture quality than the "newer" production from 1988 and 1989. It seems that they haven't used the original master-film for this DVDs, but only the analogue TV master tapes. An indication is the graphical element at the beginning of some episodes "in stereo where available".
This was maybe important for the broadcasters to show "yes we can broadcast in stereo, not only in mono" - but has nothing to do with the DVD.

- The picture is blurred and you can count pixels - even when watching this DVDs on an old 4:3 TV screen.
- In comparison with the DVD-editions of the 60ies and 70ies, the 88 and 89 episodes only have subtitles in english for hearing-impaired persons. No subtitles or audioversions in other languages.

For fans of MI it is a must have. But the DVD-Collections of the original series of the 60ies and 70ies offer much more quality.
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By tony herring on 4 Aug. 2013
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as a mission fan i still find this series ticks the boxes even though it has lost some of its characters that made it what it was i understand it has to move with the times and but the plots still hit home
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A must for a lot of fans of the original series . I must admit I enjoyed this . Even if you do not remember the old series anyone can enjoy this.Made me get out old series and watched them again.
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These episodes are excellent, and no mistake. I personally prefer them to the original 1960s shows, and somehow the updating of the full-on technical stuff works so much better.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amon Avis on 17 May 2012
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Returning for 16 episodes (down from 19 the previous year) the second and final season of the revamped Mission:Impossible marks the show's last appearance before the 1996 Tom Cruise film. It's really for the completists, not the casual viewer, and fans of the 1966-73 show should take a look at Mission Impossible 88 [DVD] before deciding if it's for them.

Focusing on the positive first, it kicks off with The Golden Serpent. A strong two parter that sees a second return for Greg Morris as Barney Collier, it demonstrates how well the show could work with more complex plotting and some genuine surprises. It's not The Falcon, but it's obvious why the story was picked to represent the 1988-89 series as a bonus feature on Mission: Impossible - Complete TV Series [DVD] [1966].

After writing two of the better stories the previous year (and co-writing stories of the classic series), Walter Brough contributes the pleasingly tense War Games. Another coup was to get Stephen Kandel, story editor and writer on original season 7: his episode (Target Earth), featuring the hijacking of a space flight, has just the right degree of the outrageous to remain plausible and compelling throughout. Countdown lives up to its name in terms of pace and Cargo Cult gives the whole team something to get their teeth into. However, these are the exceptions.

The Fuehrer's Children and Banshee would be laughable if their subject matter (neo Nazis and Irish sectarianism) weren't so serious, whereas The Gunslinger and The Sands of Seth are pure panto.
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Great series from the 80's that i used to see on TV and it is great to be able to review again. I recomend to the M.I. fans from that time.
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By David on 24 Nov. 2013
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The product was just what I was looking for and thoroughly enjoyed it and I received it within the time that was given
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