Dr. Franklin has retreated to a remote island and uses the stolen weather-control machine to surround it with a raging hurricane. While the military plans an attack, Steve Austin and Jaime ... See full summary »

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Dr. Franklin has retreated to a remote island and uses the stolen weather-control machine to surround it with a raging hurricane. While the military plans an attack, Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers ask Admiral Richter to have them attempt to rescue Oscar Goldman and Peggy Callahan. All they need to get to the island is an atomic submarine. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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3 November 1976 (USA)  »

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Dr. Franklin tells Jaime that he is not being a hero "in any Wagnerian sense"; Jaime is played by an actress with the last name of "Wagner". See more »

Goofs

The big tree that blows over and knocks down Jaime is supposed to be just a naturally-growing "out in the wilderness" tree that has never been touched by humans, but the close-up shot of the lower trunk and roots starting to pull out of the ground clearly shows round flat areas of freshly-sawed wood which obviously indicate that the lower trunk has been limbed with a chain saw, and there are thick scatterings of wood chips on the surrounding ground. See more »

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Peggy Callahan: Thunder terrifies me.
Oscar Goldman: The time for terror is when the thunder stops, Callahan.
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References The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) See more »

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4 December 2014 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

Fembots. Fembots! FEMBOTS!!! This three-part paean to misogyny (the second of which is on 6MDM) might be consigned to the scrap heap, but for one tiny nugget of improbable casting. The spurned doctor-who-plans-revenge- on-Oscar-while-scheming-to-conquer-the-world-with-evil-female-robots? Boys and girls, that would be one john houseman (THE PAPER CHASE, THE NAKED GUN). Mr. Smith freakin' Julliard Barney himself. So yes, keep any actual boys and girls away from this one, but the chilling image of a powerful, beautiful woman with her face removed to reveal wires and circuits is a fright that will never be erased. Jaime and steve storm an island lair, Oscar leaves taped instructions to have him killed...brilliant. Now, mr. johnson, i'd like to discuss my trust issues with women.


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