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  • Acteurs : Peter Graves, Barbara Bain, Steven Hill, Greg Morris, Peter Lupus
  • Réalisateurs : Allen H. Miner, Bernard L. Kowalski, Charles R. Rondeau, Harry Harris, Herschel Daugherty
  • Format : AC-3, Dolby, Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 7
  • Studio : Paramount
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 5 décembre 2006
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B000HWZ4HU
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Un très bon produit avec de nouvelles boites de DVD moins larges, permettant d'avoir un coffret 3,5 fois moins large qu'un coffret classique contenant 7 DVD en boite d'un (2 fois moins moins large, si boitier classique avec 2 DVD).
Grâce à ce gain de place très appréciable, on peut posséder toutes la série et d'autres encore sans avoir à "pousser les murs" !
Chaque petit boitier présente les épisodes en néerlandais et en français.
11 langues de présentation du menu (dont le français), 10 sous-titres possibles en différentes langues et 5 langues parlées possibles (anglais, allemand, espagnole, français et italien).
Possibilité de lire chaque DVD épisode par épisode, ou tous les uns après les autres automatiquement.
Aucun problème de lecture de ces DVD, même sur un des premiers lecteurs DVD qui ne peut lire que des DVD originaux de qualité.
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Ca fait plaisir de voir enfin cette vielle série en dvd. Pour moi qui n'ai que 27 ans, je n'en connaissais alors que la rumeur.
C'est à la hauteur de ce que l'on en dit depuis toujours. Scénario tous plus originaux les uns que les autres et gadgets tous aussi incroyables. On retrouve aussi l'ambiance très spécifique à ces séries anciennes qui en font tout leur charme. A voir si vous êtes amateurs de séries d'espionnage. Un petit bémol, pas de bonus, mais c'est compréhensible étant donné l'ancienneté de la série.
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Par Eric Lefranc MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 9 février 2012
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Dans les saisons suivantes, Peter Graves possède un vrai charisme, une stature de chef réfléchi, posé, et le physique qui va avec : Steven hill première acteur dans le rôle de Dan Briggs, chef de l'IMF n'avait pas ce charisme et surtout il semblerait que ses relations avec le reste de l'équipe pouvaient parfois être un peu tendues : pourtant cette première saison reste de grande qualité, les grandes figures de la série sont déjà là et les scénarios sont plus originaux, parfois moins bien construits mais peut être aussi moins prévisibles.
Je tenais à bien préciser que, contrairement à ce qui est indiqué dans la liste des acteurs, c'est bien Steven Hill qui joue le rôle de Briggs, et non Peter Graves qui ne l'endossera que dans les saisons suivantes. Merci Amazon de bien vouloir rectifier...
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A revoir sans crainte des années écoulées. Ces aventures sans toute l'électronique et les invraisemblances modernes en font une série (et une musique) culte.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Morning Mr. Briggs . . . 4 décembre 2015
Par D. Nagy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was delighted to see that all seven seasons of Mission Impossible were available to watch for free on Amazon Prime. Starting from the beginning and working my way through every episode has been such fun. The first thing to praise is Lalo Schifrin's theme music. There have been quite a few popular TV themes over the years but the theme for Mission Impossible is, in my opinion, the best ever. Then, of course, a lot of people don't remember that Dan Briggs was the first head of the Impossible Missions Force. Unfortunately the behind the scenes melodrama with Steven Hill's work schedule demands ultimately got him replaced in Season 2, but I thought he was quite effective in the role of Mr. Briggs. Martin Landau was not officially a cast member in the first season but finally committed to the role of Rollin Hand in Seasons 2 and 3. Barbara Bain, Greg Morris and Peter Lupus were also great in their respective roles. The premise of the show was highly innovative and it is still marvelous to watch how the IMF team, with the brilliant strategies of Mr. Briggs, was able to utilize the "primitive" technology of the time to outwit the bad guys. The original Mission Impossible series might be a total bore to someone raised in our digital age, but for someone like me who actually owned a mini reel to reel tape player back in the day this series is a delightful blast from the past. I guess all that's left to say is "Good luck, Dan! This tape will self destruct in 5 seconds . . . "
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Now THIS was television 26 septembre 2015
Par Polly Cy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mission Impossible was the first "grown up" television series I was allowed to watch, and it made a huge impression. There was never really any sense that the series was "finding itself" through the first episodes. It seemed full realized from the pilot. I loved every moment and every episode, just some more than others.

Many people believe that the show finally gelled when Peter Graves stepped in to lead the team in Season 2. That is true in many ways, but I've always had a soft spot for Stephen Hill's Dan Briggs. His role was (by necessity - he placed some strict limitations on his rehearsal and performance times) much more that of a leader and delegator, not a participant. He frequently turns over the execution of the plan to his team, pulling the strings from behind the scenes. Peter Graves will be much more "hands-on" when he takes over leadership of the team. Watch the last few seconds of the pilot and you will see a white/gray-haired man pulling the team members to safety on their getaway plane. His face is never seen, so it isn't much of a stretch to imagine that Phelps was in fact there, all along, behind the scenes, learning the ropes and waiting for a promotion to team leader.

Some of the series' best episodes appear in the first season. Operation Rogosh is only the third episode, but it's both an absorbing drama and a promise of what will come. It introduces many of the bag of tricks that will be the team's stock in trade over the run of the series: memory gaps, replicated locations, leaving the antagonist to suffer retribution at the hands of his "friends" rather than the team. It's a brilliant psychological drama, and every team member gets a star turn. Greg Morris (as Barney) adopting a Caribbean accent and howling, "I protest this whole COUNTRY, mon!" is a delight. Martin Landau's little karate chop to his palm, promising that if Rogosh confesses there will be no more "little...eh...massages" is not menacing, rather he gives us a professional who does his job thoroughly and with competence. (Something more frightening in ways). Stephen Hill is the worst public defender in history, hunched, stammering, incompetent, and when he finally gets an excuse to slug Rogosh, he does it with such relish that the viewer can't contain a satisfied "attaboy." Even Peter Lupus rises to the occasion, although he was never there for his acting ability. Barbara Bain relies on acting not glamour in this episode, and she portrays the hysteria and paranoia of an "innocent" woman tortured by hypothetical interrogators superbly.

Season 1 is full of big and little moments. One of my favorites is from "The Frame." The evil (and slightly psychopathic) Syndicate leader "accidently" stumbles across her, clad only in a lacy teddy and silk stockings. She's all tearing eyes, trembling lips, and terrified vulnerability as she proceeds to twist him around her pinky finger. As he turns and leaves, she gives tosses her head and gives a little shoulder waggle and tiny smirk, as if to say, "I'm GOOD. The poor schmuck doesn't have a prayer against me." It's a delightful moment, one of those serendipitous marriages of writing and acting, that lasts two seconds at the most. It tells us more about Cinnamon Carter than any number of speeches or "very special episodes." It also features the under-appreciated Arthur Batanides who appeared so many times in so many different roles that not even IMDb lists them all.

Just as "Rogosh" employed many of MI's future tactics early in the season, "The Train" empties the bag entirely. It's one of their "Big Moments" special effects schemes, and one that will be used over and over again, (see for example, season Six's "The Submarine."). The villains are persuaded they are on a train headed across the Alps, and tricked into revealing their contempt for their leader and plans to establish a harsh dictatorship after his death. The poor (dying of heart disease) Prime Minister watches them discuss their plans, and limps away, saddened but wiser, comforted by the team.

There are several things that make this season, and the series for the first few years, nearly perfect television. The writing is brilliant and the performances spectacular. Production standards are consistently high Some of the best episodes are now, sadly, somewhat dated, since they deal with the surviving remnants of WWII. There are a number of plots revolving around attempts to restore a Nazi reich, which 22 years after the war was not unrealistic. One of those episodes is "The Legacy." Briggs is shot in the chest at the end of the episode. If they had held it back and shown it at the end of the season, it might have given the producers just the excuse they needed to explain Peter Graves' elevation to team leader in Season 2. Ah well, if that's the worst carp I can come up with, clearly there's no more to say.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the Very Best TV Shows Ever 29 septembre 2015
Par R. J. Nodes - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's been half a century since this show was new, but it's still among the best of its genre ever produced, and that includes today's attempts at spy/thriller shows on TV and cable. There was extraordinary outside-the-box writing and inventive solutions to seemingly insurmountable challenges faced by the IM Force, and week after week, it kept the audience at home more than satisfied.Sure, some of the sets and props were decidedly low-tech by today's standards, but they never depended on CGI simply because it didn't exist. It was a plot and character driven series that explored how protagonists and antagonists think - and predicting what they would do in situations that seemed to the viewers to be anything but predictable. I've always preferred Jim Phelps to Dan Briggs, but Steven Hill's single year at the helm of the IMF showed him to be a good actor and almost a natural in the role, had he continued. The great TV and movie character actors/actresses of the day (Albert Salmi, Albert Paulsen, Fritz Weaver) were frequent guest villains and no one ever turned in a bad or unworthy performance. I'd give the series as a whole five stars, but the first year - well, they were finding their way. That in no way diminishes the greatness of one of TV's best shows ever!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This series is just an immense amount of fun. We are on to Season 2 but about ... 24 septembre 2015
Par R.A. Molyneux - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This series is just an immense amount of fun.

We are on to Season 2 but about Season 1...
Mission Impossible, Season 1 is not the slick CGI/tech/special effects stuff they do now although as one who watched these when I came out, they sure seemed like sophisticated special effects then. Maybe I was too caught up in all that to see that what was going on was just very clever. Yes, one might chuckle here or there about dated stuff. Wait until you see the cell phone equivalents. But sit down and watch.

In each episode, we start out knowing that Mr. Briggs and his intrepid IMF Force [and we know the Secretary will not have his back!] have some bad guy to take care of. But we don't quite know how. We get hints--often with a bit of misdirection--and in the end the bad guy gets it in some surprising way. Those episodes must have been difficult to write given that the bad guy and the audience are subjected to misdirection. Many, many times my wife and I end up laughing as it all winds down.

Good fun. A bit dated but clever.

Many of the stars from those years show up. First one has Wally Cox in a not very good role but...Wally Cox. Most all of his early TV work apparently is lost. A comedy genius.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mission Impossble, Season One 25 avril 2016
Par Laura Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mission Impossible was the first and most unique spy series that tv has had. It is a combination of science and theatrics with the "agents" of the IM Forcd acting out the roles of others to achieve their goals of keeping the works at peace. There is very little actual killing. Looking at our programs today, one wonders how a show almost sixty years old can outpace and outmaneuver outstanding forces and keep the world at peace. There has never been a show like it before and probably never will again. Today violence is the byword; not cleverness or original thinking. They have fallen by the wayside. I heartily recommend this series, especially the first three seasons when Martin Landau and Barbara Baun were the man agents , as a top show to watch!
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