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    Mission: Impossible Television Script Collection. This set of six scripts includes a second draft script for the episode "512" (dated June 15, 1966, 59 pages), first draft of "The Psychic" (March 9, 1967, 55 pages), and final draft for "Comandante" (June 30, 1969, 54 pages) of the original series; a revised first draft of the script for the early '80s Mission: Impossible TV movie that was ultimately unproduced (April 10, 1981, 114 pages); a first draft of the season 1 episode "Spy" of the late-'80s revival series (February 1, 1989, 58 pages); and a 56-page undated, unspecified draft of an untitled episode by series creator Bruce Geller. Also included are six sets of shootings schedules for the original series, dated March 1967 to January 1968. In overall Very Fine to Excellent condition.

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    November, 2009
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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