Down on his luck boxer Johnny Dine has had plastic surgery to make him Steve Austin's double. He then infiltrates the OSI building when the real Austin is on a fishing holiday. After ... See full summary »

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Down on his luck boxer Johnny Dine has had plastic surgery to make him Steve Austin's double. He then infiltrates the OSI building when the real Austin is on a fishing holiday. After finding out the truth, Steve decides to turn the tables on Dine's superiors by posing as the boxer in turn. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The same training facilities and boxing ring were featured in "Bionic Woman, The" (1976) {In This Corner, Jaime Sommers (#2.3)} They were filmed at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles. See more »

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Steve walks slowly into the shadowy open doorway of a darkened lumber warehouse, yet the next shot shown him standing by a hanging shop light and the lighted window of an office. See more »

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Oscar Goldman: Steve, I've been coming to the fights here for years, this is some of the best action I've ever seen. Oh, you two don't know each other. Steve Austin, Marcus Grayson.
Col. Steve Austin: How ya doin', Marcus?
Marcus Grayson: I can't complain, Steve.
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The Two Steve Austins
28 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is on a fishing trip in the mountains when, unknown to him, a lookalike named Johnny Dine, who has had plastic surgery to impersonate him in order to infiltrate OSI headquarters to steal secrets for profit for his unknown bosses. He succeeds in fooling Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson) but is discovered and killed, inspiring Steve to turn the tables and impersonate Dine in order to get to the bottom of the matter, and retrieve the damaging rolls of film. Vaguely plotted though reasonably interesting episode has a good supporting cast with Robert Do'Qui(years before co-starring in the "Robocop" trilogy!) boxer George Foreman, and future "The Incredible Hulk"(Jack McGee) co-star Jack Colvin.


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