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The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 1

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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 (Lee Majors) can now run at speeds exceeding 60 miles per hour, overturn cars with ease, and spot an encroaching enemy from over a mile away. Under the watchful eye of OSI director Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson), Steve repays his debt to the taxpayers by taking on perilous missions of a highly classified nature. Season 1 chronicles Steve Austin’s amazing metamorphosis from “a man barely alive” to cyborg to patriotic superspy. Armed with futuristic abilities, Austin is dispatched to do battle with kidnappers, arms smugglers, evil scientists, political assassins, and a diabolical robot—with time enough to spare to counsel a troubled astronaut (William Shatner) and clear his dead father’s name. Relive the thrill of Steve’s first bionic run in this digitally remastered 6-DVD set featuring 13 uncut episodes; all three made-for-TV movies in their original, unedited versions; and over two hours of never-before-seen bonus materials!

Special Features

Disc 6:
  • Real Bionics
  • An Iconic Opening
  • Season 1 VIPs: A celebration of The Six Million Dollar Man Guest Stars
  • OSI Mission Debriefing: Executive Producer Harve Bennett
  • Interactive Bonus Feature: Bionic Breakdown

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Lee Majors, Richard Anderson
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 6
    • Rated:
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: November 29, 2011
    • Run Time: 884 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (255 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B005LFQRTC
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,090 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    Format: DVD
    In 1973 ABC debut a television series that would become a pop culture phenomenon of the 1970's, "The Six Million Dollar Man". That series would propel Lee Majors into superstardom, lead to a successful spin-off called "The Bionic Woman", huge merchandising sales with dolls and board games, and become one of the network's biggest prime time hits.

    For years "The Six Million Dollar Man" did not see a DVD release due to licensing issues with Universal and its original creators, but in 2010 the entire series was released through "Time-Life". Now, if people couldn't afford the complete box set or couldn't buy directly through "Time-Life" all seasons of "The Six Million Dollar Man" will become available for purchase individually.

    On November 29, 2011 season one arrives in stores. This 6 disc collection contains all 13 season one shows, the very first three telefilms that launched the series, and a slew of bonuses including the featurettes "How Science Fiction Is Becoming Science Fact" and "An Iconic Opening: The Six Million Dollar Man Show Never Disappointed", season 1 VIP's: A Celebration of The Six Million Dollar Man Guest Stars, an interview with executive producer Harve Bennett, and Interactive Bonus Feature: "Bionic Breakdown".

    The video is Full Frame (1.33:1), the audio is English-Mono, and subtitles are in English SDH.

    All three telefilms have been fully restored from their original broadcasts with their original openings and the episodes look impeccable.

    The following is a list of the three television films of "The Six Million Dollar Man", all 13 episodes, and their original airdates:

    1."The Six Million Dollar Man", March 7, 1973
    2 "Wine, Women, and War", October 20, 1973
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    Season One of the Six Million Dollar Man is very interesting viewing for a number of reasons and while it doesn't rank with the Season Two or Three Seasons in terms of overall quality, this may be an unfair comparison in some ways.

    The First Pilot Episode and the two other pilots included before Regular Series Episodes started production provide the introduction to this great series. The actual first pilot episode details his accident and reconstruction to bionics. While well acted and an excellent story, you really do notice the missing "Bionic" sound effects that were so essential to the show. This is most evident during his clumsy and laborious first attempt to use bionics to save a little boy trapped in a car about to blow up... The original Intelligence Organization Leader in this one was one Oliver Spencer, played by Darren McGavin who does a really great job as a crusty leader. The Spencer character would rather have a robot than a part man/part machine agent because of Steve's human emotions getting in the way of total efficiency. It would have been really interesting to see these two characters develop their relationship over time but D. McGavin (who seemed to be filming his "Kolchak-Night Stalker" Series around the same time)was apparently only along for the first pilot. The same goes for the first of the three Doctor Rudy Wells, ably played this first time by Martin Balsam.

    The Second Pilot is really nothing like the eventual series at all and this is entitled "Wine Women and War".
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    This show so captured my imagination in the 1970s, and still does, that it embarked me on my lifelong love of science and technology!

    Unlike other superheroes, Steven Austin was a mere mortal man, and the bionic limbs and eye that would not only save his life but make him "better, stronger, faster" than before was a technology that seemed possible!

    I remember, in my naivete as a 10-year-old kid, asking my dad if I could have the operation that Steve had, even though my limbs and organs functioned relatively perfectly, so that, in my then scrawny frame, I could have and enjoy those bionic powers, and defend myself against bigger kids who were picking on me in school. Of course, my dad's reply was: "It's just a TV show, Mike. That technology doesn't really exist." It was so ironic to hear, on one of the supplemental disc's documentaries, that actor Lee Majors, who played the show's iconic hero, as well as members of the production team, get asked that same question all the time from amputees!

    Here we get all three ABC movies of the week, followed by all the season 1 episodes. There's not much I can add to the other excellent reviews here, except to say that it's amusing to hear how the show's opening title montage and theme song went through a major overhaul from TV Movie 3 to Episode One of the series, when Executive Producer Harve Benett, who would later produce many of the Star Trek movies, took over, and felt, as I did, that the series needed a new theme song.
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