A computer nerd creates a holographic "man" called "Automan" (AutomaticMan) and uses him (and his holographic car and a talking cursor) to help solve crimes.
Did You Know?
Lydell Hamilton's company is named Global Guard. Writer/producer Glen A. Larson
would use this name again in the first episode of his series The Highwayman
(1987). See more
The series takes place in Los Angeles but the building pictured as the Interpol office is actually the Jacob Javits Federal Building in Manhattan, New York City. Later, Tanya arranges to meet Walter at Mott and Elizabeth in Chinatown, which is a real intersection in the Chinatown in Manhattan. See more
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