The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 1, Episode 10

The Last of the Fourth of Julys (5 Apr. 1974)

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A mercenary-for-hire plans to assassinate several world leaders at a summit using a high powered laser beam that will bounce off a satellite unless Col. Steve Austin can infiltrate his base... See full summary »

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Quail
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Root
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Joe Alabam
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Violette
Barry Cahill ...
Submarine Captain
Hank Stohl ...
Balsam
Ben Wright ...
Ives
H. Alan Deglin ...
Hurst
Tom Hayden ...
Sonar
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A mercenary-for-hire plans to assassinate several world leaders at a summit using a high powered laser beam that will bounce off a satellite unless Col. Steve Austin can infiltrate his base and stop the mastermind before he sets his plan into motion. Of course it involves a bit of a challenge: Steve has to be fired onto the villain's island lair inside a torpedo casing, climb a dangerous precipice, vault a 30-foot high electrified fence and break into a secure compound. And then, of course, there's all the villain's henchmen to defeat...not to mention his deviously beautiful accomplice who may not be all she claims to be. Written by R. Bernard Ment

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The image of the island seen through the sub's periscope is the same size/field of view in all the shots, even though the sub is two miles closer in the later shots. See more »

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Violette: But who is he, Quail? Eh, How much does he know, Who send him?
Quail: Those are three very good questions, my dear, and we shall find the answers, I promise you.
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The 10th Bionic Episode Is A Winner!
15 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

A quality 007-ish script, the highly talented actor Mr Steve Forrest making trouble for all in the middle of nowhere, a sexy young girl in trouble, damaging laser beams, outstanding location-filmed action scenes...the 10th episode of The Six Million Dollar Man is one of the first hours of this series to be REALLY good!

I personally found the Six Million Dollar Man series to be very hit and miss, it hit when the show got a good guest star (such as Steve Forrest), it hit when it had quality action scenes covered with quality music. It hit when it had a reasonable script.

I don't call myself "a fan" of this series but rather someone who sometimes gets a huge bionic blast from it.


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