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With a Pinch of Cinnamon

Best thing I’ve heard all day. The news is especially refreshing in this case, since Mission: Impossible has been so hard to find lately. The FX network used to air repeats back in the early to mid-’90s, but now it appears that the episodes are only being shown locally in the Los Angeles area. These DVD sets will be an opportunity for many to reacquaint themselves with one of the most acclaimed series of the ’60s. I’m just barely familiar with the Barbara Bain/Martin Landau/Peter Graves period, which turn out to be only two years of a seven season run.

P.S. I know this space is starting to turn into The TV Blog, but it’s hot out and I’m bored. Humor me a little.

3 Thoughts on “With a Pinch of Cinnamon

  1. Christopher on May 31, 2006 at 11:18 am said:

    Sweetie: As the member of our household who has acclaimed this series so much for so long, allow me to point out the following:

    Although you are correct the Bain/Landau/Graves period is only two years, the first three seasons are some of the best television ever made largely because of the Bain/Landau mix.

    It is not for no reason that Bain won Emmys all three of her “M:I” seasons.

    Of course, the writing is nothing to sniff at, either.

    Steven Hill (who would be replaced by Graves after season one) was not as good as Graves, but it doesn’t hurt the series at all.

    I am just glad I have lived to see the day when something worthy of being on DVD is finally released on DVD.

  2. The station you mentioned, KDOC-TV here in the LA area (though actually broadcasting out of Orange County) has become a real treasure chest of old classic 60’s and 70’s TV. Not only did they do a Mission Impossible marathon the other day, but they also regularly broadcast Hawaii Five-0, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour and more.

    Beats watching The People’s Court or Jerry Springer

  3. I know this space is starting to turn into The TV Blog, but it’s hot out and I’m bored. Humor me a little.

    You say “TV Blog” like it’s a bad thing…

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