Dr.Elijah Cooper invites four eminent scientists to present his Doomsday device - a Uthenium bomb that will go off the moment any country on Earth explodes a nuclear bomb. In effect he is forcing the...
Ex-OSI scientist Dr. Franklin is being backed by foreign powers to steal the experimental weather control device he once worked on. To do so, he devices a plan to replace the secretaries of the six ...
Jaime Sommers, a tennis pro, suffers a parachuting accident. She is saved by a special surgery replacing her ear, an arm and both legs with bionic ones. Now she works as a secret agent hidden as a school teacher. Written by
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When the series changed networks from ABC to NBC for its third and final season, Richard Anderson and Martin E. Brooks became the first actors in history to play the same characters on two different TV series on two different networks as they continued to appear in The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) which remained on ABC. See more »
Lindsay Wagner enters the pop pantheon of seventies tv divas.
This show (along with Wonder Woman and Charlie's Angels) damaged me for life. As the female counterpart to Steve Austin's six million dollar man she held her own against such horrors as Bigfoot (gave me nightmares as a child) to the evil fembots (ripped off in Austin Powers). This show was a classic in every sense of the word and Wagner never recovered fully from the typecasting that came with the territory.
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