At one point in the movie, Oscar Goldman states that there are only four bionic human beings: Steve Austin, Jamie Sommers, Michael Austin, and Kate Mason. In the bionic universe, there are actually supposed to be six: Barney Hiller, the Seven Million Dollar Man, (played by Monte Markham) and Andy Sheffield (played by Vincent Van Patten) who became the Bionic Boy in 1976. But then again, Barney and Andy may have died somewhere between the 1970s and this 1989 movie, leaving only four bionic human beings: Steve Austin, Jamie Sommers, Michael Austin, and Kate Mason.
Although many episodes of The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) and The Bionic Woman (1976) took place in exotic countries, this is the only movie actually filmed outside the United States (it was filmed in Toronto).
Due international interest of this feature became marketed with a cast member tour, several able to attend the most densely packed (UK non-Award), celebrity event "Save the Rose Theatre" campaigns, public PR day, May 1989.
(At around eleven minutes) The registration on the bottom of the helicopter starts with "C" identifying it as Canadian. Aircraft registered in the U.S. all begin with "N". This is the first hint that the program was filmed in Canada.