The Bionic Woman (1976–1978)
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Iron Ships and Dead Men 

Oscar reveals the reason he joined US intelligence was to clear the name of his missing brother Samuel, who disappeared during Pearl Harbor when Oscar was 11. Now, 36 years later, the older... See full summary »

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... Jaime Sommers
... Oscar Goldman
... Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
Edward Walsh ... Zanetos (as Ed Walsh)
... Warner Williams (as Theodore Wilson)
... Bob Richards
Stephen Elliott ... Duke
Peter Lampert ... Sam Goldman (as Peter Lempert)
... Young Duke (as Mikhail Kulik)
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Oscar reveals the reason he joined US intelligence was to clear the name of his missing brother Samuel, who disappeared during Pearl Harbor when Oscar was 11. Now, 36 years later, the older Goldman's dog-tags have been found on board the destroyer Henderson and Jaime is glad to offer her assistance and goes undercover as a member of the salvage team. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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30 March 1977 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Duke tells Jaime that after finding the location of the money-bag, he chalk-marked the spot on the ship with a big "cross", yet when the villains and Duke and Jaime arrive at the spot in question, it is marked with a small white chalk "X", not a big cross. See more »

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Zanetos: Hey, wait a minute, wait a minute, you're not Hymie Sommers?
Jaime Sommers: It's Jaime.
Zanetos: Oh, come on! What is is with those front office fools? I mean, I expect a big strong Mexican fella, somebody who can pull his own weight. What do they send me? A girl with a funny name.
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Don't go breaking my heart
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Composed by Elton John
Written by Carte Blanche Duet
Instrumental
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