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 ...
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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.)
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Chuck Wilson
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Martin Wills
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Det. Ted Smithers
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Tanya
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1st Gang Member
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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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1.33 : 1
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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 »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Walter Nebicher: [to Automan] I wish you'd wouldn't do that.
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References Puckman (1980) See more »

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I can't believe I found this show
6 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been talking about this show for years. It was awful and good at the same time. I was beginning to think I made it up. Every time I brought it up people would think I was nuts. Now I know my mind hasn't wilted from too many hours of Star Trek. Thank you for the other Sci-Fi lovers out there. This was one of my weekly rituals as a kid along with Knight Rider, The Dukes of Hazard and He-Haw. This show was definitely way ahead of it's time. Maybe it would do better with some hot chicks and better writers. Let's try it again!Maybe today tech level can do it justice. It would be a break from all the CSI and reality shows, and it worked for Battlestar Galactica.


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