Automan (1983–1984)
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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.

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Heather McNair ...
Roxanne Caldwell
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Cursor ...
Himself
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Lydell Hamilton
Steven Keats ...
Collins
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Peterson (as Robert J. Hogan)
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Cramer (as James Antonio Jr.)
Robert Dunlap ...
Chuck Wilson
Don Galloway ...
Martin Wills
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Det. Ted Smithers
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Tanya
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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.

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15 December 1983 (USA)  »

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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 »

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When Walter and Automan leave the coffee shop, the boom mic is visible at the top of the screen. See more »

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Automan: On a scale of one to ten, think of me as an eleven.
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References Pac-Man (1980) See more »

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YEAH!
8 November 2004 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Let me be the first one to say AYE! Bring this wonderful series to life again, and release it on DVD. I've been missing it since forever... Curser was THE coolest sidekick (if you can call it that) ever, and Chuck Wagner as the handsome, dashing and supercool Automan... *sniff*

This series, along with ALF (the little furry cat-eater from outer space with a girlfriend named Rhonda) and the British comedy "The Young Ones" (with the hilarious punk-rocker dude named Vivian) are by far the greatest things ever to appear on television.

I get so sentimental when I think of all the great TV shows that appeared in the 80's and then just disappeared without a trace. And the kids today think "Everybody loves Raymond" and "CSI" are cool...they don't know what they're missing...


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