The Bionic Woman (1976–1978)
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Kill Oscar: Part 3 

Steve and Jaime decide to invade Dr. Franklin's lair to rescue Oscar Goldman and Paulline Callahan but the villain's Fembots and weather-controlling machine mean difficult opposition.


Alan Crosland Jr. (as Alan Crosland)


Kenneth Johnson (created by), Arthur Rowe (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Lindsay Wagner ... Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson ... Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks ... Dr. Rudy Wells
John Houseman ... Dr. Franklin
Jennifer Darling ... Peggy Callahan
Jack Ging ... Chief Inspector Hanson
Jim McMullan ... Commander Gordon (as James McMullan)
Sam Jaffe ... Admiral Richter
Lee Majors ... Col. Steve Austin
Janice Whitby Janice Whitby ... Katy
Eugene Peterson Eugene Peterson ... General Williams
Byron Morrow ... Admiral Wilkins
John Dewey Carter John Dewey Carter ... Rawlins (as John Dewey-Carter)
Walt Davis Walt Davis ... Crewman


Dr. Franklin has retreated to a remote island and uses the stolen weather-control machine to surround it with a raging hurricane. While the military plans an attack, Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers ask Admiral Richter to have them attempt to rescue Oscar Goldman and Peggy Callahan. All they need to get to the island is an atomic submarine. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Release Date:

3 November 1976 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Admiral Richter's name is a humorous reference to earthquake intensity, since the story's main plot involves natural/earthly disturbances. See more »


The sub commander tells Steve and Jaime that Dr. Franklin's island used to be a sugar cane plantation, yet the chart he shows them is obviously a map of a fortified military installation; it's marked "Fort Hamilton", with no mention of an agricultural establishment. See more »


Jaime Sommers: You are coming with me.
[Franklin shakes his head]
Jaime Sommers: Doctor, would you like me to carry you?
Dr. Franklin: Good Lord, you wouldn't do that?
Jaime Sommers: I certainly would. And you know that I can.
[Franklin stays put]
Jaime Sommers: Okay...
[moves in to pick him up]
Dr. Franklin: Leave me my dignity, please!
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References The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) See more »

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Outstanding Science Fiction Adventure
14 January 2018 | by StuOzSee all my reviews

The ending to the fembot trilogy.

Part Three is rather different to the other two chapters. Less fembot action as more attention is given to the wild-weather plot line and to putting a stop to the crazy scientist.

There is a rather obvious use of movie stock footage in the scenes involving the submarine and the dam, but for an hour of TV, Part Three looks pretty darn elaborate! We jump from military talks, to sea action, to the island of terror!

All in all, all three chapters of Kill Oscar stand as some of the most pleasing 1970s science fiction TV, and I am amazed such a great epic is getting so few reviews on IMDb. Perhaps this is due to the fact that watching the whole trilogy can be a bit hard for some as it is broken up over two TV shows (The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman).

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