US government weapon designer Harry Green is arrested on suspicion of selling his ideas to the opposition. His friend Steve Austin convinces Oscar Goldman that Harry could be the victim of ... See full summary »

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US government weapon designer Harry Green is arrested on suspicion of selling his ideas to the opposition. His friend Steve Austin convinces Oscar Goldman that Harry could be the victim of an E.S.P. spy who by reading his mind managed to copy his designs. Oscar is then persuaded to take on a similarly gifted counterspy, young student Audrey Moss. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Near the end of the movie when Steve hurls the mustachioed merc back through the doorway, he uses his left arm, yet the bionic sound is heard, as if he'd used his right arm. See more »

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Audrey Moss: When are you gonna tell me how you threw that guy so far?
Col. Steve Austin: When you're old enough.
Audrey Moss: You're a rat.
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Audrey Moss: I'm old enough to know what bionic means...
Col. Steve Austin: Audrey, stop messing around in my mind.
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Featured in The Six Million Dollar Man: Hocus-Pocus (1976) See more »

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The Traitor
28 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is called upon by a government weapon designer named Harry Green(played by Dick Van Patten) who is under suspicion of selling his ideas to unknown agents for a profit. He denies this, and turns out he's right, as the real culprit is a kidnapped and powerful ESP user who must be located, and a fellow ESP user, a young girl named Audrey Moss(played by Robbie Lee) is enlisted by Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson) to help, but she has issues of her own, but will still do the best she can to uncover the real traitor. Mediocre episode still has a good message about self-acceptance, though it is odd to show Oscar now as a skeptic when he wasn't before in earlier episode 'Operation Firefly'!


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