The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 2, Episode 7

The Midas Touch (15 Nov. 1974)

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Oscar Goldman has disappeared while inspecting the Bull Frog gold mine near Elk Horn, Nevada by request of his old friend Bert Carrington. Colonel Steve Austin refuses to believe his friend... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Bert Carrington
Noam Pitlik ...
Connors (as Richard D. Hurst)
Kate McKeown ...
Julie Farrell
Marcus Smith ...
Woody Chambliss ...
Pop (as Woodrow Chambliss)
Dave Morick ...
Major Conlan
Gary Cashdollar ...
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Oscar Goldman has disappeared while inspecting the Bull Frog gold mine near Elk Horn, Nevada by request of his old friend Bert Carrington. Colonel Steve Austin refuses to believe his friend and superior is involved in a gold-raid and decides to do some investigating. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Steve breaks Oscar out of the hut during nighttime, yet bright sunshine is shown shining in through the window as they climb out through it, and the later shots of Steve and Oscar making their getaway are obviously filmed in broad daylight with blue sky. Then after the two are recaptured, the bad guy in the office remarks, "It'll be daylight soon." See more »


Oscar Goldman: I can't believe it's you, Bert. You, doing this.
Bert Carrington: Please do believe it, Oscar, it is me.
Oscar Goldman: My God.
Bert Carrington: Oscar, telephone Neville airbase. Use that eh, priority one codename of yours, 'Snow White' . Use that, and the red tape shall be parted and they will let my millions go.
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Oscar Goldman(Richard Anderson) has disappeared after investigating the Bull Frog gold mine in Nevada. Steve Austin(Lee Majors) investigates the matter, and refuses to believe incriminating evidence that makes it look like Oscar has illegally funneled 25 million worth of gold for his own private use, to be smuggled out of the country. His old college friend Bert Carrington(played by Farley Granger) is also implicated, but the investigation does not go as planned, forcing Steve and Oscar into a race against time to stop the big gold swindle and save their reputations. Mediocre episode is both unusual in structure, yet still predictable in outcome.

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