'My Little Girl', an airplane missing since World War II has been uncovered in the Himalayas thanks to a recent earthquake. Steve Austin is tasked to retrieve the important documents the ... See full summary »

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'My Little Girl', an airplane missing since World War II has been uncovered in the Himalayas thanks to a recent earthquake. Steve Austin is tasked to retrieve the important documents the plane was carrying. However, for him this assignment is more personal: the pilot was his father, Carl Austin, who some claim bailed out at the last moment, never to be seen again. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Bionic sound effects for Steve's arm are introduced. See more »

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When Steve falls while mountain climbing, he lands on the ground with minimal shrubs. In the next scene there are shrubs about one foot high and the mountain looks different. See more »

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Chin-Ling: See, I told you and Mr Goldman, bionics of yours don't work when you're climbing a real mountain.
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The Father
21 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is given a most personal assignment by Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson) that involves his late father Carl, who had flown a lost World War II airplane called "My Little Girl" that has been found in the Himalayas after an earthquake dislodged it after nearly thirty years in hiding. Steve is determined to learn the truth about his father's reported cowardice in bailing out, leaving his crew to die, while trying to retrieve valuable documents inside with the help of a mysterious expatriate American... Interesting and serious-minded episode takes a welcome look at Steve's background, and we get to meet his mother too.


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