Leaving a restaurant around midnight, Steve Austin witnesses a murder and gets a good look at the sniper thanks to his bionic eye. Oscar objects to Austin's involvement in the case until it... See full summary »

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Lorin Sandusky
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Leaving a restaurant around midnight, Steve Austin witnesses a murder and gets a good look at the sniper thanks to his bionic eye. Oscar objects to Austin's involvement in the case until it transpires the actual target that night was attorney Lorin Sandusky. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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8 March 1974 (USA)  »

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When making the collect call to his boss's office in NYC, the hit man doesn't give the operator his name or the phone number he wants to call, both necessities to place a collect call. See more »

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Oscar Goldman: First change we'll get, we'll have your bionic eye checked. Maybe the infrared's on the blink.
Col. Steve Austin: Oscar, I know what I saw.
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The Sniper
20 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is leaving a restaurant late one night when he is a(bionic) eyewitness to the murder of an assistant D.A. by an unknown sniper(played by Gary Lockwood). Trouble is, his bionics is still top secret, but as it turns out, the real target was the D.A. himself(played by William Schallert) going after a notorious racketeer that put the contract out on his life, so Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson) allows Steve to investigate the assassin himself, which leads to unexpected developments that reveal double trouble... OK episode isn't typical fare at all but still works reasonably well, though not much to distinguish it otherwise.


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