Prime-Minister Salka Pal-Mir of the Republic of Eretz desperately needs a heart transplant in order to continue with the peace talks she has been planning for years. Because of her ... See full summary »

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Prime-Minister Salka Pal-Mir of the Republic of Eretz desperately needs a heart transplant in order to continue with the peace talks she has been planning for years. Because of her specialized case, Dr. Rudy Wells offers to giver her the world's first bionic heart transplant. When she refused to travel to the research center in Mountain Springs by airplane, Steve Austin, posing as her bodyguard transports Pal-Mir and her doctor by the OSI's mobile field unit. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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4 October 1974 (USA)  »

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The Prime Minister is referred to as being from Eretz. Eretz is Hebrew for "Land Of Israel". A clever way to make the character an analogy to Golda Meir. See more »

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Steve drives the motorhome into the shady trees, yet the next shot of him in the driver's seat shows bright sun all around - and shining into - the vehicle. See more »

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Madame Salka Pal-Mir: I have never trusted very good looking men.
Col. Steve Austin: Well, I've never trusted good looking Prime-Ministers.
[Pal-Mir laughs heartily]
Madame Salka Pal-Mir: What a thing to say. I have been called many things in my time. Ruthless, fanatical, dictatorial. But good looking, this is a first!
[another burst of laugher]
Dr. Av Ni: Salka, please!
Madame Salka Pal-Mir: Ah, my good Dr. Avni is afraid I will die laughing. Tell me, Avni, you know a better way to go?
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Edited from The Six Million Dollar Man: Population: Zero (1974) See more »

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Bionic Heart
26 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Anne Revere guest stars as Salka Pal-Mir, a woman prime minister of an allied middle eastern country that is conducting key peace negotiations with rebel forces that threaten to overwhelm her government. Unfortunately, she has a weak heart that will fail soon unless she is given a bionic one, which she reluctantly agrees to, but the trip to the operating site is disrupted by a traitor within her inner circle determined to kill her, but not if her personal escort/bodyguard Steve Austin(Lee Majors) has anything to say about it... Good episode with a fine performance by Anne Revere making this one shine bright indeed, with exciting action sequences.


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