The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 1, Episode 6

Doomsday, and Counting (1 Mar. 1974)

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Steve accompanies his Russian cosmonaut pal Vasily Zhukov to Kamkov Island, USSR territory. There Zhukov's girlfriend is trapped underground because of an unexpected earthquake. When Zhukov... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Colonel Vasily Zuchov
Irina Leonova
General Koslenko
Capt. Voda
William Boyett ...
Air Force General
Walker Edmiston ...
Russian Operator
Ann Newman-Mantee ...
Female Technician (as Anne Newman)
Rico Cattani ...
Male Technician


Steve accompanies his Russian cosmonaut pal Vasily Zhukov to Kamkov Island, USSR territory. There Zhukov's girlfriend is trapped underground because of an unexpected earthquake. When Zhukov discovers his American friend has bionic enhancement's he talks Steve into manning a two man rescue mission. Unfortunately, they soon find out the quake has set of a nuclear self-destruct weapon. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Most of the voices of the actors have been dubbed over, and none of the Russian characters have accents. See more »


When Irina crawls through the laser-beam-protected doorways, parts of her body rise higher than the doorways' lowest motion-sensors several times. See more »


Oscar Goldman: [on phone] Steve, nobody, nobody is going to aprove the outlay of billions of dollars for construction and equipment on land that's on an earthquake's fault.
Col. Steve Austin: [in public phone booth] Tell that to the people in San Francisco, pal.
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Nuclear Earthquake
20 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) accompanies his Russian astronaut friend Vasily Zhukov(played by Gary Collins) to an interview with Oscar Goldman(played by Richard Anderson) about their nuclear facility on Khakov island, located in Soviet territory, when an unfortunate coincidence occurs there when the island is hit by an earthquake, trapping his girlfriend Irina underground, and Vasily convinces Steve to help him rescue her despite contrary orders, which gets even more complicated when the computer controlling the facility goes into self-destruct mode... Reasonably exciting episode doesn't present the most convincing Russians, but does have a surprise twist near the end to keep viewer interest.

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