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Target: Steve Austin 

Steve's latest mission has him trying to lure out some people who have managed to infiltrate OSI and make off with some of their new projects. He and another agent are suppose to pose as a ... See full summary »

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(as Ed Abroms)

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Col. Steve Austin
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Oscar Goldman
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Dr. Rudy Wells
Lynette Mettey ...
Joan (as Lynnette Mettey)
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Frank (as Quinn Redeker)
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Hellerman
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2nd Man in Van
Carl Reindel ...
Jensen
Paula Victor ...
Jessica
Boris Aplon ...
Alfred
Lawrence Levine ...
Van Driver (as Larry Levine)
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Steve's latest mission has him trying to lure out some people who have managed to infiltrate OSI and make off with some of their new projects. He and another agent are suppose to pose as a married couple and they are transporting a power unit. What they don't know is that they made one of their own look like the agent Steve is working with. And while in transit they grab her and send their ringer in. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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27 November 1977 (USA)  »

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The motorhome's 2-way radio was back on the "original" frequency (Channel 5, not Channel 7 where the lady merc had secretly switched it for a moment to converse "privately" with her accomplices while Steve was outside checking on the air conditioner) when the mercs sent their "impersonating of OSI agents" transmission about the helicopter's pulling out, so the real helicopter pilot would have heard the mercs' transmission and known there was trouble. See more »

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Features The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) See more »

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