After Col. Steve Austin fails to retrieve the contents of a safe owned by arms dealer Arlen Findletter, he takes up an friendly offer of a holiday in the Bahamas. There he runs into Soviet Agent Alexi Kaslov and his lovely assistant Katrina Volana, who also happen to be out to find Findletter. Is it a coincidence, or was Steve's trip all part of one of Oscar Goldman's missions? Written by
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Some changes to the show's premise were made between the first 'Six Million Dollar Man' TV movie and the sequel. In the first film, Austin is described in dialogue as being a civilian, but in this film this is changed to him being an Air Force colonel (and dialogue confirms this version of the character was a colonel at the time he walked on the moon). As noted above, Oliver Spencer is replaced by Oscar Goldman (a character from the original Cyborg novels) and a new actor plays Rudy Wells. In addition, the organization Austin works for is now the OSI, not the OSO. See more
About the 38 minute 49 second mark of part two, Steve Austin is confined by the bad guys to a small room, and chained to a table. Using his bionics, he breaks the chains, gets up and moves to the door. The hinges are on the right side of the door and the right hand wall is about one foot away from the door facing. He carefully removes the hinge pins, then, instead of swinging it open, or it falling toward him, he slides the door to the right for the full width of the door as if it was a pocket door or sliding glass door. He is in one room at the beginning of the scene and another room at the end. See more
Col. Steve Austin
Alexi, I didn't realize they paid you Russians enough for this kind of a life.
Well it's an American shortcoming to believe your own propaganda.
Six Million Dollar Man
Words and Music by Glen A. Larson
(as Glen Larson)
Sung by Dusty Springfield See more