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"The Greatest American Hero" Now You See It (1982)

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The Greatest American Hero: Season 2: Episode 10 -- Ralph gets tied up in time while trying to save Pam from an air crash before it happens.


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Stephen J. Cannell (created by) and
Patrick Hasburgh (written by)
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Original Air Date:
20 January 1982 (Season 2, Episode 10)
Ralph discovers a new power - the ability to see the future. For example, he can see the plane on which Pam is traveling will crash. | Full synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

William Katt ... Ralph Hinkley

Robert Culp ... Bill Maxwell

Connie Sellecca ... Pam Davidson

Faye Grant ... Rhonda Blake

Michael Paré ... Tony Villicana

Jon Cypher ... Richard Beller
Christopher Lofton ... Sen. Henderson (as Chris Lofton)
Richard Beauchamp ... Phillips
Matthew Faison ... Oliver

Jesse D. Goins
Laurence Haddon ... Burke
Charles Bateman ... Col. Cullen
David Clover ... Guard

Robert Covarrubias ... De Jesus

Joe Mantegna ... Juan, Clerk at FAA
Patrick Cameron ... Smitty

Dennis Haskins ... Trigg
Glenn R. Wilder ... Capt. Franklin (as Glenn Wilder)
Gary Jensen ... Capt. Williams
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Cervantes ... Paco Rodriguez

Episode Crew
Directed by
Robert C. Thompson 
Writing credits
Stephen J. Cannell (created by)

Patrick Hasburgh  written by (as Patrick Burke Hasburgh)

Produced by
Juanita Bartlett .... co-executive producer
Stephen J. Cannell .... executive producer
Frank Lupo .... producer
Christopher Nelson .... associate producer
Jo Swerling Jr. .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Pete Carpenter 
Mike Post 
Cinematography by
Jacques R. Marquette (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael T. Elias 
Casting by
Reuben Cannon 
Art Direction by
John D. Jefferies Sr. 
Set Decoration by
Lowell Chambers 
Costume Design by
Jean-Pierre Dorléac (designer: hero suit)
Kent Warner 
Makeup Department
Suzan Bagdadi .... hair stylist
John Inzerella .... makeup artist
Production Management
Ronald R. Grow .... unit production manager (as Ron Grow)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bob Bender .... first assistant director
Stephen Sassen .... second assistant director (as Steve Sassen)
Art Department
George Tuers .... property master (as George W. Tuers II)
Sound Department
'Fast' Eddie Mahler .... sound mixer
Jack C. May .... director of post production sound (as Jack May)
Special Effects by
John Coles .... special effects (as John P. Coles)
Dennis Madalone .... stunt coordinator (as Dennis 'Danger' Madalone)
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Blair .... key grip (as Bob Blair)
John Kiser .... camera operator (as John F. Kiser)
Jim Marquette .... assistant camera
Michael Schuyler .... gaffer (as Michael C. Schuyler)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
David Rawley .... costume supervisor
Music Department
John Caper Jr. .... music editor
Stephen Geyer .... composer: theme music
Stephen Geyer .... lyricist: theme music
Mike Post .... composer: theme music
Joey Scarbury .... singer: main title theme
Joey Scarbury .... singer: theme music
Transportation Department
Ronald Stinton .... transportation coordinator (as Ron "Stumpy" Stinton)
Other crew
Rosemarie Abelson .... production coordinator
Suzi Alter .... script supervisor
Grace Curcio .... assistant to producers
Joan Etchells .... production accountant
Jimmy Giritlian .... coordinator of composite flying
Patrick Hasburgh .... staff consultant (as Patrick Burke Hasburgh)
W. Paul Henley .... location manager (as Paul Henley)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stephen J. Cannell  created by
Jeff Ray 

Produced by
Juanita Bartlett .... co-executive producer (1980-1982)
Alex Beaton .... producer (1980-1981)
Original Music by
Garry Schyman 
Film Editing by
John Carrol 
Mario Di Mambro 
Dave Goldson 
Art Department
Kenneth Milfred .... set dresser
Special Effects by
Frank Ceglia .... special effects technician
Ken Speed .... special effects assistant
Kenny Bates .... stunts
Tony Brubaker .... stunts
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Tony Snegoff .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
John Earl Burnett .... second assistant camera: second unit (as John Burnett)
Jim Marquette .... assistant camera
Michael R. Marquette .... assistant camera
Stan McClain .... assistant camera: aerial unit (3 episodes)
David Morton .... electrician
Music Department
Andy D'Addario .... music scoring mixer
Other crew
Daniel Cameron .... security officer
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Additional Details

USA:49 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Aircraft that avoid radar is incorrect. Stealth aircraft show up on screen as a duck or similar type of bird. The design is a single wing aircraft or Stealth Fighter is how it is achieved, not some gizmo.See more »
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