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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Six Million Dollar Man' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'The Six Million Dollar Man':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

March 7, 1973: The Six Million Dollar Man
Season 0, episode 1
W: Henri Simoun   D: Richard Irving

With Barbara Anderson (Jean Manners), Darren McGavin (Oliver Spencer), Charles Knox Robinson (Prisoner), Ivor Barry (Geraldton), Dorothy Green (Mrs. McKay), George Wallace (General), Robert Cornthwaite (Dr. Ashburn), Maurice Sherbanee (Nudaylah), Olan Soule (Saltillo).
The first pilot movie for the series, from 1973. A test pilot, all but killed in a crash, is remade into a superhuman being and learns to function with mechanical arms and legs.

October 20, 1973: Wine, Women and War
Season 0, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Russ Mayberry

With Britt Ekland (Katrina Volana), Eric Braeden (Arlen Findletter), Earl Holliman (Harry Donner), David McCallum (Alexi Kaslov), Michele Carey (Cynthia Holland), Lee Bergere (Masaha), Simon Scott (Captain Dawson), Robert F. Simon (Captain Walker), Dennis Rucker (First Officer Meade), George Keymas (Patrol Boat Commander), Catherine Ferrar (Tamara), John Elerick (First Officer Briggs).
Steve Austin, working with the Office of Strategic Operations, tries to discover the source of a black market operation in nuclear weapons.

November 17, 1973: The Solid Gold Kidnapping
Season 0, episode 3
W: Larry Alexander   D: Russ Mayberry

With Elizabeth Ashley (Dr. Erica Bergner), Terry Carter (Mel Bristo), Maurice Evans (Chairman), John Vernon (Julian Pec), Luciana Paluzzi (Contessa), Leif Erickson (William Henry Cameron), Craig Huebing (Roger Ventriss), David White (Ambassador Scott).
Special agent Steve Austin has 48 hours to find a key Presidential adviser who is being held ransom for $1 billion in gold bullion.

January 18, 1974: Population: Zero
Season 1, episode 1
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Don Porter (Dr. Stanley Bacon), Paul Carr (Officer Cord), Michael Santiago (Gary), Penny Fuller (Dr. Chris Forbes), Paul Fix (Joe Taylor), Walter Brooke (General Tate), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Nelson).
Lee Majors begins a weekly series as a test pilot who, nearly killed in a crash, is rebuilt by futuristic science into a superhuman being and is given special government assignments where only he could succeed. In the first episode, he investigates the cause of the annihilation of the town of Loomis, population 23, where all life suddenly stopped.

January 25, 1974: Survival Of The Fittest
Season 1, episode 2
W: Mann Rubin   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Laurette Spang (Yeoman Helen Maychick), William Smith (Commander Maxwell), Jo Anne Worley (Mona), Christine Belford (Lt. Colby), James McEachin (Maj. Cromwell), Randall Carver (PFC Robert Barris).
A man from a subversive organization is out to kill Oscar and stop a secret meeting with Russian officials.

February 1, 1974: Operation Firefly
Season 1, episode 3
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Reza Badiyi

With Pamela Franklin (Susan Abbott), Simon Scott (Dr. Samuel Abbott), Jack Hogan (John Belson), Joe Kapp (Frank), Victor Mohica (Eddie), Joseph Ruskin (LeDuc).
Steve Austin and a girl with ESP search the Florida Everglades for her kidnapped scientist father.

February 8, 1974: Day Of The Robot
Season 1, episode 4
W: Del Reisman   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Henry Jones (Dr. Dolenz), John Saxon (Major Frederick Sloan), Charles Bateman (Sgt. Parnell), Lloyd Bochner (Gavern Wilson), Noah Keen (Gen. Tanhill).
Steve must face a robot programmed to kill in order to save a top secret missile guidance system from falling into foreign hands.

February 22, 1974: Little Orphan Airplane
Season 1, episode 5
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Reza Badiyi

With Dale Robertson (Himself), Scoey Mitchell (Maj. Chooka), Greg Morris (Josh Perkins), Marge Redmond (Sister Arnett), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Captain Braco), Tierre Turner (Jajamin), Ji-Tu Cumbuka (Soldier).
In order to escape a hostile African nation with an injured pilot, Austin uses his skills to repair a crashed airplane.

March 1, 1974: Doomsday, And Counting
Season 1, episode 6
W: Larry Brody   D: Jerry Jameson

With Bruce Glover (Capt. Voda), William Smithers (Gen. Koslenko), Jane Merrow (Irena Leonova), Gary Collins (Col. Vasily Zhukov), William Boyett (Air Force General), Walker Edmiston (Russian Operator).
An earthquake activates a self-destruct weapon that will detonate a nuclear device, and the only hope of survival lies in the bionic skills of Steve Austin.

March 8, 1974: Eyewitness To Murder
Season 1, episode 7
W: William Driskill   D: Alf Kjellin

With Gary Lockwood (John Hopper), William Schallert (Lorin Sandusky), Regis Cordic (Host), Leonard Stone (Lt. Tanner), Ivor Barry (Mr. Hanley).
Steve Austin's bionic vision spots the face of a sniper in his attempt on a special prosecutor's life, but the suspect has an airtight alibi: he was on a live TV show at the time of the shooting.

March 15, 1974: Rescue Of Athena One
Season 1, episode 8
W: D.C. Fontana   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Farrah Fawcett (Major Kelly Wood), Dean Smith (Major Osterman), Paul Kent (Flight Surgeon Wolf), Jules Bergman (TV Commentator), John S. Ragin (Flight Director), Quinn Redeker (Capcom).
Steve Austin tries to help America's first woman astronaut in space when she runs into trouble, but finds that his extraordinary powers are dangerously limited by space travel. Maj. Kelly Wood's space capsule is damaged by an explosion, injuring her fellow astronaut and jamming the hatch so that she can't properly dock with the Skylab station.

March 29, 1974: Dr. Wells Is Missing
Season 1, episode 9
W: Elroy Schwartz, Krishna Shah, William Keenan   D: Virgil Vogel

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), John Van Dreelen (Alfredo Tucelli), Jim Shane (Yamo), Michael Dante (Julio Tucelli), Curt Lowens (Anton Brandt), Norbert Schiller (Porter), Cynthia Lynn (Fraulein Krueger), Than Wyenn (Desk Clerk).
Steve Austin goes to Austria to find Dr. Wells, who has been kidnapped by an international crime syndicate that wants the doctor to create a "bionic" man for its purposes.

April 5, 1974: The Last Of The Fourth Of Julys
Season 1, episode 10
W: Richard Landau   D: Reza Badiyi

With Steve Forrest (Quail), Kevin Tighe (Root), Tom Reese (Joe Alabam), Arlene Martel (Violette), Barry Cahill (Submarine Captain).
An international meeting of prime ministers is set to be blown up by a laser bounced off a satellite, and Steve Austin is assigned to find the source of the destruction.

April 12, 1974: Burning Bright
Season 1, episode 11
W: Del Reisman   D: Jerry London

With Quinn Redeker (Calvin Billings), William Shatner (Josh Lang), Warren Kemmerling (Dr. Ted Haldane), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Ernesto Arruza), Anne Schedeen (Tina Larsen).
An astronaut, after being exposed to an electrical field while in space, finds himself with the ability to communicate with dolphins and control people's minds..

April 19, 1974: The Coward
Season 1, episode 12
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Reza Badiyi

With George Montgomery (Christopher Bell / Garth), Ron Soble (Queng-Dri), France Nuyen (Mamu), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), George Takei (Chin Ling).
Steve Austin learns that the wreckage of a World War II bomber his father piloted has been found.

April 26, 1974: Run, Steve, Run
Season 1, episode 13
W: Lionel E. Siegel   D: Jerry Jameson

With Noah Beery Jr. (Tom Molson), Henry Jones (Dr. Dolenz), Melissa Greene (Suzie Lund), George Murdock (Rossi), Mike Henry (Cliff Platt), Victor Millan (Art Ramirez), Bill Conklin (Smitty), Fred Lerner (Bill Wooters).
Steve Austin is to be used as a model for a syndicate to build a team of bionic robots to rob Fort Knox.

September 13, 1974: Nuclear Alert
Season 2, episode 1
W: William Driskill   D: Jerry London

With Carol Lawrence (Dr. Clea Broder), Fred Beir (Ted Swenson), George Gaynes (General Wiley), Stewart Moss (Air Force Major), Thomas Bellin (Carson), Irene Tedrow (Farmer's Wife), Felice Orlandi (Cal), Sid Haig (Passenger).
To begin the second season, an atomic bomb has been sold to a small foreign country by conspirators and Steve Austin must find a way to stop delivery before Air Force missles destroy the bomb-carrying plane with him aboard.

September 20, 1974: The Pioneers
Season 2, episode 2
W: Bill Svanoe   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Mike Farrell (David Tate), Joan Darling (Nicole Simmons), Robert F. Simon (Sheriff), Vince Howard (Walker), Milt Kogan (Air Force Major), Bill Sorrells (Air Force Sergeant).
The crash of a space capsule testing a cryogenically frozen couple forces Steve Austin to use all his bionic powers to subdue one of the astronauts who has gained incredible strength and has run amok.

September 27, 1974: Pilot Error
Season 2, episode 3
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Jerry Jameson

With Pat Hingle (Senator Hill), Alfred Ryder (Joe Lannon), Susanne Zenor (Airman Jill Denby), Stephen Nathan (Greg Hill).
When a senator-pilot is stricken, Steve Austin must take over the controls despite his temporary blindness and guide their small plane through a violent storm.

October 4, 1974: The Pal-Mir Escort
Season 2, episode 4
W: Margaret Schneider, Paul Schneider   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Anne Revere (Madame Salka Pal-Mir), Leo Fuchs (Dr. Av Ni), Nate Esformes (Chief of Security Shahvid), Denny Miller (Stellen), Virginia Gregg (Sarah).
Austin's assignment is to escort a dying woman prime minister to a secret hospital for the first bionic heart transplant.

November 1, 1974: The Seven Million Dollar Man
Season 2, episode 5
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Dick Moder

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Monte Markham (Barney Miller).
Another bionic man even more powerful than Steve Austin in physical strength is created, but his mental instability leads to a showdown between the two bionic powers.

November 8, 1974: Straight On 'Til Morning
Season 2, episode 6
W: D.C. Fontana   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Meg Foster (Minonee), Cliff Osmond (Sheriff Kemp), Donald Billitt (Deputy Lohrman), Kurt Grayson (Deputy Cockrell), Lucas White (Deputy Packer), Jimmy Lydon (Dr. Waters).
Despite knowing the potential danger of the surviving member of a space family, Steve Austin is determined to send the alien back before the authorities apprehend her.

November 15, 1974: The Midas Touch
Season 2, episode 7
W: Donald L. Gold, Lester William Berke, Peter Allan Fields   D: Bruce Bilson

With Farley Granger (Bert Carrington), Noam Pitlik (MacGregor), Rick Hurst (Connors), Kate McKeown (Julie Farrell), Woodrow Chambliss (Pop).
Steve Austin is imprisoned in a mine when he attempts to clear his boss, who is suspected of a plot to smuggle gold out of the country.

November 22, 1974: The Deadly Replay
Season 2, episode 8
W: Wilton Denmark   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Clifton James (Walter Burns), Jack Ging (Ted Collins), Robert Symonds (Jay Rogers), Lara Parker (Andrea Collins), Jack Manning (Carl Amison), William Scherer (Simcon).
The experimental aircraft involved in Steve Austin's near-fatal crash is rebuilt and Steve is determined to be the test pilot despite knowing of attempts to sabotage the project.

November 29, 1974: Act Of Piracy
Season 2, episode 9
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Stephen McNally (Dr. Louis Craig), Carlos Romero (Fernando Ferraga), Lenore Kasdorf (Sharon Ellis).
While engaged in underwater experiments in the Caribbean, Austin's research vessel is seized by a hostile nation and Steve is left to face death in a diving bell on the ocean floor.

December 13, 1974: Stranger In Broken Fork
Season 2, episode 10
W: Bill Svanoe, Wilton Denmark   D: Christian Nyby

With Sharon Ferrell (Angie Walker), Arthur Franz (Dr. Carlton), Robert Donner (Horace Milser).
While on a flight mission Austin's nuclear power pack fails, causing him to crash land in Colorado. Suffering from amnesia, Steve finds he must defend the woman who saved him because hostile townspeople want to run her out of the area.

December 20, 1974: The Peeping Blonde
Season 2, episode 11
W: William T. Zacha, Wilton Denmark   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Farrah Fawcett (Victoria Webster), Roger Perry (Charles Colby), Hari Rhodes (Karl), W.T. Zacha (Victor), Christopher S. Nelson (Billy Jackson).
A pretty TV newswoman's film story on Steve Austin leads to the Baja Desert where they are tracked down by kidnappers who have plotted to send Austin to a foreign power.

January 10, 1975: The Cross-Country Kidnap
Season 2, episode 12
W: Ray Brenner, Stephen Kandel   D: Christian Nyby

With Donna Mills (Liza Leitman), Frank Aletter (Ross Borden), Tab Hunter (Arnold Blake), John Gabriel (Dirk Shuster), Ben Wright (Benno Reichert), Jerome Guardino (Veneman).
Steve Austin must protect an attractive woman code expert when she becomes the target of kidnappers at an Olympic equestrian competition.

January 17, 1975: Lost Love
Season 2, episode 13
W: Richard Carr   D: Arnold Laven

With Than Wyenn (Prof. Kosoyin), Linda Marsh (Barbara Thatcher), Jeff Corey (Orin Thatcher), Joseph Ruskin (Markos), Wesley Lau (Emil).
Steve is reunited with an old flame who believes her scientist husband is dead, but they discover he is alive and working for the enemy.

January 19, 1975: The Last Kamikaze
Season 2, episode 14
W: Judy Burns   D: Richard Moder

With John Fujioka (Kuroda), Robert Ito (Thomas Gabella), Ed Gilbert (Hayworth), Jimmy Joyce (Dr. Richmond).
Steve tracks down a treacherous Japanese soldier still fighting World War II in a South Pacific jungle, and becomes his prisoner as they are both hunted by a deadly third party.

January 26, 1975: Return Of The Robot Maker
Season 2, episode 15
W: Mark Frost   D: Phil Bondelli

With Henry Jones (Dr. Dolenz), Ben Hammer (General Stacey), Troy Melton (Barney Barnes).
A perfect robot, designed to look like Oscar Goldman, sets out to destroy Steve Austin by tricking him into testing the nation's most elaborate system of booby traps.

February 2, 1975: Taneha
Season 2, episode 16
W: Margaret Armen   D: Earl Bellamy

With Jess Walton (E.J. Haskell), James Griffith (Will Long), Paul Brinegar (Rafe Morris), Bill Fletcher (Bleeker).
A young woman guide is caught in a potentially deadly conflict between Steve Austin and a hunting posse when Steve tries to save the last of a cougar species.

February 23, 1975: Look Alike
Season 2, episode 17
W: Richard Carr   D: Jerry London

With Robert DoQui (Breezy), George Foreman (Marcus Grayson), Eddie Fontaine (Freddie), Jack Colvin (Ed Jasper).
A double of Steve Austin's adds confusion to a situation involving espionage, counterspies and murder. Ex-heavyweight champion George Foreman makes his acting debut as an undercover man who infiltrates an organization bent on stealing government secrets.

March 2, 1975: The E.S.P. Spy
Season 2, episode 18
W: Lionel E. Siegel   D: Jerry London

With Philip Bruns (Dr. Randolph), Dick Van Patten (Harry Green), Alan Bergmann (Charles Lund), Bert Kramer (George Vant), Paul Cavonis (Pierce), Robbie Lee (Audrey Moss).
Steve Austin and a pretty teenager who possesses extraordinary ESP powers put their lives on the line in tracking down a security leak a foreign power has been exploiting.

March 16, 1975: The Bionic Woman (1)
Season 2, episode 19
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Dick Moder

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Malachi Throne (Joseph Ronaugh), Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Paul Carr (Timberlake).
When Steve Austin's fiancee is critically injured in a sky-diving accident, the same scientific techniques that restored Steve's body are used to make her the first bionic woman -- and recipient of her first assignment from Oscar Goldman.

March 23, 1975: The Bionic Woman (2)
Season 2, episode 20
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Dick Moder

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Malachi Throne (Joseph Ronaugh), Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Paul Carr (Timberlake), Sidney Clute (Mr. Schwartz).
Steve Austin's fiancee becomes the first bionic woman and she insists on using her powers to help Steve break up an international counterfeiting ring.

March 30, 1975: Outrage In Balinderry
Season 2, episode 21
W: Paul Schneider   D: Earl Bellamy

With Martine Beswick (Julia Flood), Richard Erdman (Slayton), David Frankham (Captain Abbott), Alan Caillou (General Carmichael), William Sylvester (Frederick Collins), Richard O'Brien (Breen), Gavan O'Herlihy (Dan).
Steve Austin persuades a pretty young woman to assist in locating the hideout of a group of revolutionaries plotting to assassinate a top level U.S. official.

April 27, 1975: Steve Austin, Fugitive
Season 2, episode 22
W: Mark Frost, Richard Carr   D: Russ Mayberry

With Gary Lockwood (Hopper), Bernie Hamilton (Lt. Dobbs), Andy Romano (Charlie Taylor), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Amzie Strickland (Old Lady), Marco Lopez (Officer Portez).
Steve Austin becomes a fugitive from justice after escaping from police who have arrested him on a murder charge.

September 14, 1975: The Return Of The Bionic Woman (1)
Season 3, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Richard Moder

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Rick Lenz (Michael Marchetti), Tony Giorgio (Abe Collins), Al Ruscio (Chester Goddard).
The second full season opens up with the reappearance of the Bionic Woman -- Steve Austin's fiancee who was believed to have been killed, but actually is very much alive though in a coma.

September 21, 1975: The Return Of The Bionic Woman (2)
Season 3, episode 2
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Richard Moder

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells), Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Dennis Patrick (Carlton Harris), Rick Lenz (Michael Marchetti), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Raymond).
After an unsuccessful attempt to restore his former fiancee's memory by a return to their hometown, Steve Austin takes Jaime on a dangerous mission, hoping the challenge might stimulate the unlocking of her past.

September 28, 1975: The Price Of Liberty
Season 3, episode 3
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Richard Moder

With Chuck Connors (Nils Lindstrom), Henry Beckman (Robert Meyer), Bill Quinn (Tom), Sandy Ward (Doug Witherspoon).
Plans for the Liberty Bell to be toured around the nation to celebrate the bicentennial are thwarted when it is stolen by a disgruntled scientist who threatens to blow it up.

October 5, 1975: The Song And Dance Spy
Season 3, episode 4
W: Jerry Devine   D: Richard Moder

With Sonny Bono (John Perry), Victor Mohica (Lee Michaels), Bruce Glover (Mr. Buckner), Jayne Kennedy (Louise).
A rock star, who happens to be an old friend of Steve's, is suspected of being a courier of stolen government secrets and Steve is sent to crack the operation.

October 12, 1975: The Wolf Boy
Season 3, episode 5
W: Judy Burns   D: Jerry London

With Quinn Redeker (Bob Masters), John Fujioka (Kuroda), Buddy Foster (Wolf Boy), Teru Shimada (Shige Ishikawa), Bill Saito (Toshio).
An ex-Kamikaze pilot asks Steve to help search for a boy believed to be raised by wolves, who might be the son of an ambassador killed years earlier.

October 19, 1975: The Deadly Test
Season 3, episode 6
W: James D. Parriott   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Tim O'Connor (Col. Gordon), Erik Estrada (Prince Aram Sakari), Martin Speer (David Levy), Leigh Christian (Lt. Jan Simmons), Frank Marth (Dr. Winslow).
Steve and a woman test pilot take to the air as decoys to learn who is behind the plot to assassinate a young prince.

October 26, 1975: Target In The Sky
Season 3, episode 7
W: Larry Alexander   D: Jerry London

With Denny Miller (Jeremy Burke), Barbara Rhoades (Kelly Wixted), Rafer Johnson (Thaddeus Jones), Ivor Francis (Dr. Morton Craig), Hank Stohl (Ben Cosgrove), Skeeter Vaughan (Charlie Two Feathers).
Steve Austin travels to timber country when evidence indicates that a stolen missile may be launched at a government VIP plane scheduled to fly over the area.

November 2, 1975: One Of Our Running Backs Is Missing
Season 3, episode 8
W: Kenneth Johnson, Elroy Schwartz   D: Lee Majors

With Larry Csonka (Larry Bronco), Pamela Csonka (Pam Bronco), Dick Butkus (Bobby Laport), Mike Henry (Tata Shore), Carl Weathers (Stolar), Al Checco (George Yokum), Les Josephson (Rick Laport), Russ Grieve (Coach), Tom Mack (Kibbie).
Steve Austin is caught in the middle when a star football player is kidnapped as part of a betting swindle.

November 9, 1975: The Bionic Criminal
Season 3, episode 9
W: Richard Carr   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells), Monte Markham (Barney Hiller), Donald Moffat (Lester Burstyn), John Milford (Shatley), Maggie Sullivan (Carla Peterson).
A race car driver is reactivated as the second bionic man and uses his extraordinary powers for criminal purposes to oppose Steve Austin.

November 16, 1975: The Blue Flash
Season 3, episode 10
W: Sheridan Gibney, Sidney Field   D: Cliff Bole

With Rodney Allen Rippy (Ernest Cook), Janet MacLachlan (Mrs. Cook), Michael Conrad (Jimbo), Eddie Fontaine (Tony Anderson), Jason Wingreen (Logan).
Steve befriends a boy while investigating a plot by waterfront smugglers to crack the secrets of the government defense system.

November 23, 1975: The White Lightning War
Season 3, episode 11
W: Wilton Denmark   D: Phil Bondelli

With Ben Hammer (Bo Willis), Katherine Helmond (Middy), Robert Donner (Kermit), Hugh Gillin (Sheriff Weems).
Steve Austin becomes embroiled with moonshiners when two federal agents are mysteriously killed, and learns of payoffs reaching to high places in Washington.

November 30, 1975: Divided Loyalty
Season 3, episode 12
W: Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell   D: Alan Crosland

With Radames Pera (Alex Jackson), Michael McGuire (Leon Jackson), Ned Romero (Boris), Curt Lowens (Captain), Johana De Winter (Edna Jackson).
Steve Austin's plans to bring a scientist and his young son out of Russia are hindered when the boy doesn't want to leave and their escape route is blocked.

December 14, 1975: Clark Templeton O'Flaherty
Season 3, episode 13
W: Frank Dandridge   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Lou Gossett Jr. (Clark Templeton O'Flaherty), Louise Latham (Ms. Hallaway), H.M. Wynant (McAdams), Lillian Randolph (Landlady).
A secret chemical placed on government documents leads Steve Austin on a mission to prove whether or not his friend is guilty of being a traitor.

December 21, 1975: The Winning Smile
Season 3, episode 14
W: Gustave Field, Richard Carr   D: Arnold Laven

With Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Stewart Moss (Dr. Finney), Milton Selzer (Dr. Losey), Ben Andrews (Agee), James Ingersoll (Ted Harter), Robert W. Delegall (Tom Dempster).
Oscar Goldman's trusted secretary is shocked when Steve Austin learns she has been leaking secrets to a subversive organization.

January 11, 1976: Welcome Home, Jaime (1)
Season 3, episode 15
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Dennis Patrick (Carlton Harris), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Richard Lenz (Dr. Marchetti), Roger Davis (Col. Holloway), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Dee Timberlake (Karen Stone), Christian Juttner (Teddy).
Jaime Sommers, the first bionic woman who was once given up for dead, has her memory partly restored. She returns to her hometown following surgery, urging Oscar Goldman to call on her for secret missions in which her bionic skills are required.

January 18, 1976: Hocus-Pocus
Season 3, episode 16
W: Richard Carr   D: Barry Crane

With Pernell Roberts (Mark Wharton), Jack Colvin (Will Collins), Robbie Lee (Audrey Moss), Christopher S. Nelson (Jack), W.T. Zacha (George).
Steve Austin teams with a pretty ESP expert to gain access to a top secret code book.

February 1, 1976: The Secret Of Bigfoot (1)
Season 3, episode 17
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Stefanie Powers (Shalon), Severn Darden (Apploy), Hank Brandt (Ivan Beckey), Penelope Windust (Marlene Beckey), Donn Whyte (Tom Raintree), Andre the Giant (Bigfoot), Charles Cyphers (Faler).
Searching for two scientists missing in the timber country of Northern California, Steve Austin finds the gigantic footprint of what could be the legendary Bigfoot.

February 4, 1976: The Secret Of Bigfoot (2)
Season 3, episode 18
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Stefanie Powers (Shalon), Severn Darden (Apploy), Hank Brandt (Ivan Beckey), Penelope Windust (Marlene Beckey), Donn Whyte (Tom Raintree), Andre the Giant (Bigfoot), Charles Cyphers (Faler).
Steve Austin's pursuit of a creature he believes is the legendary Bigfoot leads him into a cave harboring beings from another planet as an earthquake is about to bury them all.

February 8, 1976: The Golden Pharaoh
Season 3, episode 19
W: Margaret Schneider, Paul Schneider   D: Cliff Bole

With Farrah Fawcett (Trish Hollander), Joe Maross (Vice Consul Tokar), Michael Lane (Skorvic), Gordon Connell (Wheel Jackson), Rudy Challenger (Officer Martino).
A larcenous beauty tries to help Steve Austin retrieve a priceless statue which was stolen from a small country.

February 15, 1976: Love Song For Tanya
Season 3, episode 20
W: David H. Balkan, Alan Folsom   D: Phil Bondelli

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Cathy Rigby (Tanya), Terry Kiser (Alexei), Alan Manson (Andre), Walker Edmiston (Ivan), Kurt Grayson (Uri Gargon).
Steve Austin is assigned to escort a member of the Soviet gymnastic troupe during her U.S. tour, whom he also must protect from a subversive group trying to damage U.S.-U.S.S.R. relations.

February 22, 1976: The Bionic Badge
Season 3, episode 21
W: Wilton Denmark   D: Cliff Bole

With Noah Beery Jr. (Officer Banner), Alan Bergmann (Mr. Burman), Thomas Bellin (Gerry Martin), Stack Pierce (Officer Randolph), Susan Powell (Cindy Walker), Howard McGillin (Young Man).
Steve Austin joins the police to investigate a veteran cop suspected of involvement in thefts of atomic components -- which could ultimately lead to a subversive group assembling its own atomic bomb.

March 7, 1976: Big Brother
Season 3, episode 22
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Cliff Bole

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Michael Salcido (Carlos Delgado), Maria Elena Cordero (Margarita Delgado), John Hesley (Social Worker), Ralph Wilcox (Director), Carl Crudup (Smiley).
A tough kid who thinks breaking the law is a lark becomes Steve Austin's biggest challenge when he tries to change the youth's outlook on life.

September 19, 1976: The Return Of Bigfoot (1)
Season 4, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Barry Crane

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells), Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), John Saxon (Nedlick), Stephen Young (Dallett), Severn Darden (Apploy), Sandy Duncan (Gillian), Ted Cassidy (Bigfoot), Stefanie Powers (Shalon), Charles Cyphers (Faler).
The season-opening program finds Steve Austin in combat with rebel aliens from another planet who have programmed the giant Bigfoot to steal gold and jewels, which authorities believe were stolen by Steve himself. Meanwhile back at headquarters, Jaime Sommers (the Bionic Woman) makes plans with Oscar Goldman to go to Steve's aid.

September 22, 1976: The Return Of Bigfoot (2)
Season 4, episode 2
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Barry Crane

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells), Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), John Saxon (Nedlick), Stephen Young (Dallett), Severn Darden (Apploy), Sandy Duncan (Gillian), Ted Cassidy (Bigfoot), Stefanie Powers (Shalon), Charles Cyphers (Faler).
In her efforts to save Steve's life, Jamie is confronted by Bigfoot.

September 26, 1976: Nightmare In the Sky
Season 4, episode 3
W: Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell   D: Alan Crosland

With Farrah Fawcett (Maj. Kelly Wood), Donald Moffat (Dr. Martin Davis), Dana Elcar (Larry Stover), Hank Stohl (Mike).
A glamorous test pilot flying a $15 million jet is found uninjured after radioing that she's been shot by a World War II Japanese Zero. Steve Austin sets out to solve the mystery and discovers a strange enemy plot.

October 3, 1976: Double Trouble
Season 4, episode 4
W: Jerry Devine   D: Phil Bondelli

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells), Simon Scott (Dr. Barto), Flip Wilson (Billy Parker), Mira Waters (Susan), Rick Podell (Niko), Jerome Guardino (2nd Cab Driver).
Flip Wilson makes his dramatic debut as a nightclub comic whom Steve Austin is assigned to guard, and who doesn't know that his every move is being followed by foreign agents.

October 17, 1976: The Most Dangerous Enemy
Season 4, episode 5
W: Judy Burns   D: Richard Moder

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells), Ina Balin (Cheryl Osborne).
The medical genius who gave Steve his bionic powers becomes a psychopathic superman after being bitten by a chimp injected with experimental mind-and-muscle expanding serum.

October 24, 1976: H+2+O = Death
Season 4, episode 6
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: John Meredyth Lucas

With Robert Hogan (Walker), Linden Chiles (Omega), John Van Dreelen (Matheson), Elke Sommer (Ilsa Martin), Todd Martin (Kirov), Frank Parker (Ed).
Steve must infiltrate the deadly Omega spy ring as an underwater diving expert to thwart their theft of a device capable of separating the hydrogen and oxygen in water.

October 31, 1976: Kill Oscar (2)
Season 4, episode 7
W: William T. Zacha   D: Barry Crane

With Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers), Janice Whitby (Katy), Jack Ging (Inspector Hanson), Corinne Camacho (Lynda Rosand), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), John Houseman (Dr. Franklin).
As Jaime lies near death after being beaten by robots, Steve sets out to rescue Oscar.

November 7, 1976: The Bionic Boy
Season 4, episode 8
W: Tom Greene   D: Phil Bondelli

With Vincent Van Patten (Andy Sheffield), Richard Erdman (Vernon Craig), Dick Van Patten (Palmer), Joan Van Ark (Valerie Sheffield), Frank Gifford (Himself), Greg Evigan (Joe Hamilton), Carol Jones (Judy Grant), Kerry Sherman (Colleen Lightfoot), George Martin (Dr. Penny), Woodrow Chambliss (Mr. Savannah), Jack Bannon (Dr. Melville).
When scientist Rudy Wells invents an atomic bionic device which may restore paralyzed limbs, a 16-year-old boy is selected to receive the implant and Steve Austin is sent to aid the youth who ultimately places Steve and himself in extreme jeopardy.

November 21, 1976: Vulture Of The Andes
Season 4, episode 9
W: Ben Masselink   D: Cliff Bole

With Henry Darrow (Senor Falco), Barbara Luna (Leslie Morales), Bernie Kopell (Pete Martin), Zitto Kazann (Raul), Dallas Mitchell (Major Reynolds), Joe Haworth (Air Policeman).
Steve Austin investigates a possible plot to attack the United States with guided missiles when a beautiful young pilot, representing her Latin American country in an international sailplane meet, drops homing devices from her glider during practice flights.

November 28, 1976: The Thunderbird Conection
Season 4, episode 10
W: Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Than Wyenn (Omar), Robert Loggia (Mahmud Majid), Jim McMullan (Col. Miller), Martine Beswick (Shali Giba), Jeff David (Col. Raman), Susanne Reed (Jan Lawrence), Ned Romero (Akhmed Khadduri), Barry Miller (Prince Hassad), Charles Bateman (Joe Streeter), Rene Assa (Hakim), Jim B. Smith (Sgt. Collins), Dominic Barto (Amahl), Jim Malinda (Nasser).
Steve Austin joins the Air Force's famed Flying Thunderbirds in an elaborate plot to save the life of a 14-year-old heir to the throne of a Mideast nation that has been taken over by the military.

December 12, 1976: A Bionic Christmas Carol
Season 4, episode 11
W: Wilton Schiller   D: Gerald Mayer

With Ray Walston (Horton Budge), Dick Sargent (Bob Crandall), Antoinette Bower (Nora Crandall), Noah Keen (Dr. Hendrick), Peter Leeds (Webley), Barry Cahill (Joe), Sheldon Allman (Charlie), June Dayton (Secretary), Howard McGillin (Worker), Adam Rich (Bob Jr.), Quinn Cummings (Elsie).
While investigating a possible case of sabotage that could affect the life support system for a Mars landing, Steve helps a miserly industrialist and a young family discover the true meaning of Christmas.

December 19, 1976: Task Force
Season 4, episode 12
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Barry Crane

With Alex Cord (Dave Harraway), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Ed Gilbert (Major Sid Pell), Robert Forward (Air Force General), Gary Cashdollar (M.P.), Scott B. Wells (Sheriff), Taylor Lacher (Nicolini).
Steve tries to stop the theft of a powerful missile by a treacherous gang posing as American military personnel.

January 2, 1977: The Ultimate Imposter
Season 4, episode 13
W: Lionel E. Siegel   D: Paul Stanley

With Stephen Macht (Joe Patton), Pamela Hensley (Jenny Nicholas), David Sheiner (Stenger), Margaret Fairchild (Lily Stenger), George Ball (Mal), Mark Thomas (Mark), Kim Basinger (Lorraine Stenger).
Oscar and Rudy try to perfect an OSI process that electrically transfers computer knowledge to the human brain.

January 9, 1977: Death Probe (1)
Season 4, episode 14
W: Steven E. DeSouza   D: Richard Moder

With Jane Merrow (Irena Leonova), Nehemiah Persoff (Major Popov), Beverly Garland (Secretary), Austin Stoker (Captain), Walter Brooke (General Wiley), Don Dubbins (Zack Meesham), Phillip Pine (Russian General), Ross Elliott (Sheriff), Bill Fletcher (Mechanic).
A giant mechanical creature designed to survive on the planet Venus accidentally lands in Wyoming, and Steve Austin attempts to stop it before a small town in its path is destroyed.

January 16, 1977: Death Probe (2)
Season 4, episode 15
W: Steven E. DeSouza   D: Richard Moder

With Phillip Pine (Russian General), Jane Merrow (Irena Leonova), Nehemiah Persoff (Major Popov), Austin Stoker (Captain).
A mechanical space monster, launched from Russia to explore Venus, accidentally lands in Wyoming and threatens to destroy everything in sight. Conclusion of a two-part episode.

January 23, 1977: Danny's Inferno
Season 4, episode 16
W: Tom Greene   D: Cliff Bole

With Frank Marth (Dr. Bruner), Mills Watson (Lazarus), E.J. Peaker (Glennis), John Hoyt (Dr. Spruger), David Opatoshu (Dr. Monica), Lanny Horn (Danny Lasswell).
When a 14-year-old boy accidentally invents a new form of thermochemical energy which could eliminate the need for oil, Steve Austin is called in to protect the boy from would-be kidnappers.

January 30, 1977: Fires Of Hell
Season 4, episode 17
W: Orville H. Hampton   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Bruce Glover (Sheriff Burgess), Ken Swofford (Roy Palmer), Charles Aidman (Bertram Lomax), Heather Menzies (Alison Harker), Don 'Red' Barry (Howie), Melinda Naud (Susie).
When the local sheriff and a Congressman sabotage an experimental oil drilling test site, Steve Austin is called in and is nearly eliminated himself.

February 6, 1977: The Infiltrators
Season 4, episode 18
W: Sam Ross   D: Phil Bondelli

With Jerry Quarry (Wally), Harold Sylvester (Tollombe), Joe Kapp (Cooper), Yvonne Craig (Lena Bannister), Michael Conrad (Boris Retsky), Pervis Atkins (George Mason), Cliff Carnell (Duclaire).
After several foreign athletes defect to the U.S., Steve Austin goes undercover as an amateur boxing champion to infiltrate a suspected assassination team made up of the alien expatriates.

February 13, 1977: Carnival Of Spies
Season 4, episode 19
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Moder

With Gloria Manon (Shira), Lloyd Bochner (Rau), Michael Strong (Herman Lower), Cheryl Miller (Kim), Wes Parker (Walden), Edward Faulkner (Wessler), H.M. Wynant (General), Dave Shelley (Barker), Bob Minor (Hercules), Peter Weiss (Schmidt).
Steve Austin suspects a sabotage plot when an East German scientist fakes a heart attack and visits a U.S. carnival just days before the test flight of a U.S. bomber.

February 20, 1977: U-509
Season 4, episode 20
W: Michael Wagner   D: Phil Bondelli

With Ted Hamilton (Jaffe), Steve Sandor (Coleman), William Sylvester (Prescott), Guy Doleman (Henry Bulman), Morgan Jones (Captain), Ian Abercrombie (Shoemacher), Peter Canon (Lewis), Len Wayland (Dorn), Josh Taylor (O.D.).
Steve Austin must either risk his own life or the lives of 30,000 Americans when an extortionist threatens to release deadly nerve gas along the Eastern seaboard.

February 27, 1977: Privacy Of The Mind
Season 4, episode 21
W: Vanessa Boos   D: Jimmy Lydon

With Suzanne Charney (Dr. Tamara Batalova), Paul Mantee (Terry), Roger Perry (Dr. George Berman), Curt Lowens (Sergei Kulikov), Les Moonves (Bob Kemps), Bob Neill (Carlson).
Steve Austin disguises himself as Dr. Berman, an absent-minded professor, to learn why the Russians offered the real Dr. Berman $1 million for a few days work.

March 6, 1977: To Catch The Eagle
Season 4, episode 22
W: Judy Burns   D: Phil Bondelli

With Kathleen Beller (Little Bear), George Loros (Lone Bear), Dehl Berti (Iron Fist), Peter Breck (Silver Cloud), Gerald McRaney (Bob Marsh), Jim Stathis (Ian Swanson), Frank Salsedo (1st Councilman), George American Horse (2nd Councilman), Agustin Vallejo (3rd Councilman).
Steve Austin must perform an ancient life-or-death ritual to get permission to search sacred Apache land for two missing OSI scientists.

May 15, 1977: The Ghostly Teletype
Season 4, episode 23
W: Wilton Schiller   D: Tom Connors III

With Robert H. Harris (Brenner), Les Lannom (Davey), Christina Hart (Margaret), Larry Anderson (Murdock), Zitto Kazann (Jack), Linda Dano (Angela), Jodean Russo (Madam Marka), Elizabeth Kerr (Mrs. Wagner).
Steve is on the spot when the ink disappears from secret documents he was assigned.

September 11, 1977: Sharks (1)
Season 5, episode 1
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Alan J. Levi

With Pamela Hensley (Cynthia Grayland), Gregory Walcott (Alex Parker), William Sylvester (Admiral Prescott), Stephen Elliott (Morgan Grayland), Josh Taylor, Marc Alaimo (Williams), Gene Jackson (Walker), Frank Whiteman (Arnold Cane).
Captured by a nuclear submarine hijacker and his daughter, Steve Austin is imprisoned in an underwater cave guarded by sharks.

September 18, 1977: Sharks (2)
Season 5, episode 2
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Alan J. Levi

With Pamela Hensley (Cynthia Grayland), Gregory Walcott (Alex Parker), William Sylvester (Admiral Prescott), Stephen Elliott (Morgan Grayland), Marc Alaimo (Williams), Larry Delaney (Ed).
Following his capture by nuclear submarine hijackers, Steve Austin is held prisoner in an underwater cave guarded by trained sharks.

September 25, 1977: Deadly Countdown (1)
Season 5, episode 3
W: Gregory S. Dinallo   D: Cliff Bole

With Jenny Agutter (Dr. Leah Russell), Philip Abbott (Dave), Mills Watson (Edgar Webster), Lloyd Bochner (Gordon Shanks), Crofton Hardester (Julian Richman), Sherry Hursey (Melissa McGrath), Martin Caidin (G.H. Beck), William Scherer (Ed Pierce).
When Steve is selected for a mission to link up two space satellites, he becomes hunted by a hired killer.

October 2, 1977: Deadly Countdown (2)
Season 5, episode 4
W: Gregory S. Dinallo   D: Cliff Bole

With Jenny Agutter (Dr. Leah Russell), Philip Abbott (Dave), Mills Watson (Edgar Webster), Lloyd Bochner (Gordon Shanks), Sherry Hursey (Melissa McGrath), Martin Caidin (G.H. Beck), Larry Duran (Montez).
Steve sets out to find the men who kidnapped his friend's daughter and forced her father, mission director at the Kennedy Space Center, to abort a mission.

October 9, 1977: Bigfoot V
Season 5, episode 5
W: Gregory S. Dinallo   D: Rod Holcomb

With Geoffrey Lewis (Charlie Wynn), Tony Young (Jason O'Neal), Katherine De Hetre (Hope Langston), Regis Cordic (Space Explorer).
Stave Austin is amazed when Bigfoot, whom he thought had left Earth with the aliens who created him, goes on a wild rampage.

October 16, 1977: Killer Wind
Season 5, episode 6
W: Gregory S. Dinallo   D: Richard Moder

With James McEachin (Garth), Adam Roarke (Nash), Sheila DeWindt (Rhonda), Fred J. Gordon (Falco), Madelyn Cain (Jane), Sylvia Walden (Doctor Harriet), Troy Goudlock (Gary), Glen Demlinger (Tony), Brian Scott (Andrew), Connie Ann Hearn (Anna Lee).
Steve Austin is rushing to save a group of terrified school children trapped on a stalled mountain tramway, when he is attacked and left unconscious by a gang of escaping bank robbers.

October 30, 1977: Rollback
Season 5, episode 7
W: Steven E. DeSouza   D: Don McDougall

With Robert Loggia (Rand Hendricks), Susanne Charny (Maureen Wright), Rick Springfield (Niles), Paul D'Amato (Brady), Trent Dolan (Jacobs), Russ Grieve (Coach).
Steve Austin poses as a roller derby star in an attempt to prevent a burglary of top secret information.

November 6, 1977: Dark Side Of The Moon (1)
Season 5, episode 8
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Cliff Bole

With Skip Homeier (Ted Harmon), Simone Griffeth (Beth Fowler), Jack Colvin (Doctor Leith), Quinn Redeker (Frank Tracey), Bob Neill (Eric), Walter Brooke (Dr. Tellman).
Steve is sent to the moon to investigate an orbital shift which is causing major upheavals in the Earth's climate.

November 13, 1977: Dark Side Of The Moon (2)
Season 5, episode 9
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Cliff Bole

With James Ingersoll (Hal), Jack Colvin (Dr. Charles Leith), Bob Neill (Eric), Simone Griffeth (Beth Fowler), Quinn Redeker (Frank Tracey).
An obsessed scientist forces Steve Austin to use his bionic powers to help with the lunar mining operations responsible for causing meteorological havoc on Earth.

November 27, 1977: Target: Steve Austin
Season 5, episode 10
W: Donald Gold, Lester William Berke   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Lynette Mettey (Joan 1/Joan 2), Quinn Redeker (Frank Tracey), Curt Lowens (Hellerman), Carl Reindel (Jensen), Paula Victor (Jessica), Boris Aplon (Alfred), Larry Levine (Van Driver).
Steve Austin's "honeymoon" with a beautiful woman is the bait to trap a mysterious group that has penetrated OSI security in seach of an A-bomb.

December 18, 1977: The Cheshire Project
Season 5, episode 11
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Richard Moder

With Suzanne Somers (Jenny Fraser), John Larch (Vail), Robert Hogan (Hal), Stanley Waxman (Wilfred Damien), Barry Cahill (General Meyers), Jim Begg (Arthur), Fred Lerner (Blake), Terry Leonard (Stoner).
Steve Austin investigates when a top secret aircraft, piloted by his girlfriend, mysteriously disappears.

January 1, 1978: Walk A Deadly Wing
Season 5, episode 12
W: Terrence McDonnell, Jim Carlson   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Eric Braeden (Viktor Cheraskin), Lanna Saunders (Vera Cheraskin), John Devlin (Edmund Dimitri), Eddie Fontaine (Frank Sullivan), Steve Eastin (Ritter).
Steve Austin risks his life to win the confidence of a Soviet defector who pilots a stunt plane in a flying circus.

January 8, 1978: Just A Matter Of Time
Season 5, episode 13
W: Gregory S. Dinallo, Neal J. Sperling   D: Don McDougall

With John de Lancie (Sergeant Chapman), Paul Carr (Rev. Essex), John Milford (General Hayden), Leigh Christian (Donna Huffman), Charles Cioffi (Edward Barris).
Steve Austin, returning from an orbital test flight, is bewildered when he learns that six years have elapsed and he's under arrest -- charged with treason.

January 22, 1978: Return Of The Deathprobe (1)
Season 5, episode 14
W: Howard Dimsdale   D: Tom Connors III

With David Sheiner (Arnold Blake), Ken Swofford (Dan Kelly), Than Wyenn (Ambassador Mahmoud), Robert Lussier (Bates), Marlena Giovi (Sgt. Warren).
Steve Austin desperately tries to immobilize an apparently indestructble juggernaut programmed to destroy a city.

January 29, 1978: Return Of The Deathprobe (2)
Season 5, episode 15
W: Howard Dimsdale   D: Tom Connors III

With Ken Swofford (Dan Kelly), David Sheiner (Arnold Blake), Than Wyenn (Ambassador Mahmoud), Robert Lussier (Bates), Marlena Giovi (Sgt. Warren).
Steve Austin fights a losing battle in his attempt to stop the invulnerable juggernaut, programmed to destroy a city.

January 30, 1978: The Lost Island
Season 5, episode 16
W: Mel Goldberg   D: Cliff Bole

With Terence Burk (Zandor), Anthony Geary (Arta), Alf Kjellin (Gerro), Robin Mattson (Da-nay), Jared Martin (Torg), Robert Symonds (Jensen), Kwan Hi Lim (Dr. Takeuchi), Don Pulford (Riga), Paul Deadrick (Ed).
A beautiful young woman from a Pacific island inhabited by descendants of beings from another planet, seeks Steve Austin's help in saving her people from extinction.

February 6, 1978: The Madonna Caper
Season 5, episode 17
W: Gregory S. Dinallo   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Bibi Besch (Lysandra Korischeva), Bruce Glover (Viktor Bellushyn), Len Birman (Chilton Kane), Robert F. Hoy (Talbot), Rudy Challenger (Richard Tynan), Frank Parker (Guard Russell), Diana Webster (Undersecretary), Michael McManus (Guard Sims), Dominic Barto (Boyle), Jim Nolan (Templeton).
Steve Austin must work fast to recover a stolen million dollar masterpiece from a crime lord and return it to a touring Russian art exhibit.

February 13, 1978: Dead Ringer
Season 5, episode 18
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Arnold Laven

With Linda Dano (Margaret Winslow), Leonard Stone (First Man), Robert Karnes (Fire Captain), Melvin F. Allen (Delivery Man), George P. Wilbur (2nd Man).
A sinister black-garbed "spirit" that looks exactly like Steve Austin seems intent on killing him.

February 20, 1978: Date With Danger (1)
Season 5, episode 19
W: Wilton Schiller, John Meredyth Lucas   D: Rod Holcomb

With Robert Walker Jr. (Cloche/Bell), Luke Askew (Banner), Elaine Giftos (Emily), Noah Keen (Joe Canton), Hank Brandt (Fowler), Bonnie Toman (Gloria), Paul Tully (Ralph).
Steve must outwit an incredible machine that threatens national security by taking control of computers that handle the nation's secrets and money.

March 6, 1978: The Moving Mountain
Season 5, episode 21
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Don McDougall

With John Colicos (General Norbukov), Lisa Farringer (Andrea Mestrova), George Clifton (Santos), Paul Coufos (Walter), Michael Ebert (Erhardt), Beverly Kushida (Ishihara), Andre Landzaat (NATO Officer), Keith Langsdale (Mishkin).
Steve teams up with a beautiful Soviet agent to recover advanced U.S. and Soviet weapons stolen by a terrorist. (Last show of the series.)

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