The Six Million Dollar Man (1973 TV Movie)
Dr. Rudy Wells: I want to show you something, Steve. This is your arm.
Steve Austin: That's it, huh?
Dr. Rudy Wells: Um-hmn. We're rather proud of it. There's a manual that goes with it that has eight hundred and forty pages. I'll give you a copy.
Oliver Spencer: Doctor Welles. Is it possible to keep him asleep indefinately?
Dr. Rudy Wells: Now, what are you going to do? Keep him under between assignments and wake him up only when you need him? Over my dead body.
Oliver Spencer: It was just an idea. Not a bad one at that, eh?
Steve Austin: Yes sir?
General: Have you any idea what time it is?
Steve Austin: [looks up at the sky] About five to seven?
Dr. Rudy Wells: Steve, you got a positive genius for antagonizing the wrong people.
Steve Austin: I know, it's story of my life.
Dr. Rudy Wells: We've given you an eye for an eye, haven't we? An arm for an arm?
Steve Austin: My arm didn't come packed in a wooden box!
Steve Austin: When I was up there on the moon, doc, about a quarter of a million miles away from the real world, I felt a lot closer to it then, than I do now.
Mrs. McKay: [watching Steve Austin run on a monitor] He's not even breathing hard!
Dr. Rudy Wells: Well, you see, his lungs are used to handling oxygen for the blood supply for two arms and two legs. Now they only have to take care of one.
Oliver Spencer: Please, please, Wells, don't be sentimental. I can always have another cyborg build if this one fails. But if he should survive... which appears to be doubtful, then I know that I have my man.
Prisoner: [Steve has just broken his own and his fellow prisoner's chains] Hala Maria, how you able to do that?
Steve Austin: Vitamins.