When Colonel Steve Austin (Lee Majors) barely survives the devastating crash of an experimental NASA aircraft, his shattered body is rebuilt using bionics - a secret new medical technology developed for the U.S. government by Dr. Rudy Wells. Outfitted with atomic-powered bionic legs, an arm, and an eye, Austin is now "better, stronger, faster" than he was before. Austin's enhanced abilities are put to the test as he is sent on dangerous and covert missions for the government's OSI division, under the supervision of director Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson). Series 4 begins with Steve Austin's rematch with the legendary Bigfoot (Ted Cassidy), after which bionic woman Jaime Sommers (Lindsay Wagner) joins the fun to help stop a rogue group of alien visitors. Steve and Jaime continue their team-up to battle a deranged scientist (John Houseman] and his army of female robots. A bionic boy (Vincent Van Patten), a menacing Soviet space probe, a stint with the USAF Thunderbirds and a clash with a super-charged Dr. Rudy Wells (Martin E. Brooks) are just a few of the other challenges that Steve Austin faces this season. Making guest-appearances are TV-favourites Joan Van Ark, Peter Breck, Ray Walston, Elke Sommer, Alex Cord, Farrah Fawcett, Dick Sargent, Beverly Garland and Flip Wilson.
dated but enjoying the memory of it
- The Six Million Dollar Man: Series 4 review by gazmb
The series gets better as they go along since series one. Quite dated but still enjoying looking back over it from when I was a kid. Its a shame he grew a mustache in this , doesn't look good lol
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