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A plane carrying a new kind of atomic warhead goes down on a remote South Pacific island, and the prototype seems to have fallen into the hands of a Japanese soldier who's has possibly been surviving on the island since WWII, convinced the war is still going on. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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19 January 1975 (USA)  »

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The character of the tracker is supposed to be Filipino, but is played by a Japanese actor. See more »

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Kuroda: I have a gift I hope you will accept.
[presents his thousand stitch belt]
Col. Steve Austin: Kuroda, I can't accept your thousand stitch belt, that represents your life.
Kuroda: It's the only thing left I value. Please accept.
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The Survivor
28 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is assigned a most urgent task in recovering a new kind of nuclear warhead that has been lost on a South Pacific island after being illegally transported on a plane that crashed. To make things more challenging, Steve is knocked unconscious by an explosion caused by a trap left by a downed World War II Japanese kamikaze pilot(played by John Fujioka) who takes him prisoner, and is unwilling to believe the war ended thirty years ago with Japan's defeat and surrender. Rival forces also want the warhead, and so Steve must deal with all these threats in order to complete his mission, and be rescued by the naval forces led by Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson). Better than usual episode is among the best, with an intelligent, grounded story with interesting characters, fine acting, and poignant conclusion. A highlight of the series.


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