The Six Million Dollar Man

The Six Million Dollar Man

Pilot TV Movies and Season 1

DVD - 2011
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Grievously injured in the crash of an experimental aircraft, Colonel Steve Austin's shattered body is covertly rebuilt via the miracle of modern science known as bionics. Equipped with atomic-powered limbs that make him 'better, stronger, faster' than the average mortal, Austin can now run at speeds exceeding 60 miles per hour, overturn cars with ease, and spot an encroaching enemy from over a mile away.
Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : Universal Studios, 2011
Branch Call Number: DVD SIX MIL Season 1
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (882 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
digital,optical,Dolby Digital,rda
video file,DVD video,region 1,rda
Language Note: In English with optional English subtitles; closed-captioned


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Faster than a speeding bullet? More powerful than a locomotive? Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound? - Well, not quite, but, hey, what the heck could the American TV audience possibly expect (even back in 1974) from a superhero who only cost 6 million bucks? That's dirt cheap!

At best, I'd say that this Action/Crime/Adventure series from the 1970s was "OK", but, it definitely wasn't great.

The Six Million Dollar Man stars hunky, ex-football champion, Lee Majors, as Col. Steven Austin whose damaged body (following the crash of an experimental aircraft) is secretly rebuilt through the wonders of modern science known as "Bionics".

Always kept under the watchful eye of OSI director, Oscar Goldman, Steve Austin heroically repays his great debt to the American taxpayers by gallantly taking on perilous missions of a highly classified nature.

Dec 05, 2017

Copy I borrowed from the library is scratched; hence you can't watch properly.

Already informed library personnel but I noticed that the same is still in circulation.

Sep 01, 2017

Wonderful science fiction down to earth tv series.
Story based on true grim story.
Bonus features were great on how they got the opening iconic scene to actor grousing on running all the time wrecking his joints.
Special effects laughable today ,but remember no computer special effects back then in 1970s.
Richard Anderson was perfectly cast as likable establishment.


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