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The IMF journeys to the Free World country of Valeria, where an election is about to be held. The police-controlled Nationalists intend to rig the votes so that they will emerge triumphant over the Liberty Party. The agents' mission is to "unfix" a crucial voting machine that has been tampered with by the Nationalists. Tension mounts as Cinnamon is targetted for surveillance by the police and Barney is shot in a skirmish. Written by Laurence Heath, "Wheels" was originally seen on October 29, 1966. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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1970
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1970
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Mission: Impossible: Decoy
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Mission: Impossible: The Amateur
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1970
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Mission: Impossible: Hunted
Release:
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1970
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
1971
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Release:
1971
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Release:
1971
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1971
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Release:
1971
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Release:
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1971
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
1971
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
1971
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Release:
1972
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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Release:
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