Season 1, Episode 28
|Airdate||April 22nd, 1967|
|Writer||William Read Woodfield; Allan Balter|
|Director||Charles R. Rondeau|
|Producer||Joseph Gantman; Bruce Geller; Barry Crane|
|Starring||Steven Hill; Barbara Bain; Greg Morris; Peter Lupus|
"The Psychic" is the twenty-eighth episode of season one of the spy thriller series Mission: Impossible and the twenty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Charles R. Rondeau with a screenplay written by William Read Woodfield and Allan Balter. It first aired on CBS on April 22nd, 1967.
Principal Cast Edit
|Steven Hill||Daniel Briggs|
|Barbara Bain||Cinnamon Carter|
|Greg Morris||Barney Collier|
|Peter Lupus||Willy Armitage|
Guest Stars Edit
|Martin Landau||Rollin Hand|
|Barry Sullivan||Alex Lowell|
|Milton Selzer||January Vornitz|
|Richard Anderson||Judge Wilson Chase|
|Paul Mantee||Byron Miller|
|Rita D'Amico||Girl at party|
|Eric Mason||Man at party|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the finale episode for season one.
- This is the fifth episode of Mission: Impossible directed by Charles R. Rondeau. He directs six episodes of the series in total.
- This is the final appearance of Steven Hill in the role of Daniel Briggs. Hill departs the series following this season finale.
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