Who is the actor in the Six Million Dollar Man?
The Six Million Dollar Man – Watch every episode on NBC.com and the NBC App. Lee Majors stars as Steve Austin, a crime-fighting bionic man.
Why was the Six Million Dollar Man so popular?
“The Six Million Dollar Man” was extremely popular during its run. It inspired catchphrases such as “We can rebuild him; we have the technology” and introduced slow-motion action sequences and electronic sound effects.
Who was the Bionic Man in the Six Million Dollar Man?
Richard Anderson, in character as Oscar Goldman, then intones off-camera, “Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better…stronger…faster.”
Who was the astronaut in the Six Million Dollar Man?
Lee Majors played Col. Steve Austin, an astronaut who suffered an accident and was rebuilt by government agency, the OSI (I think it stood for Office of Strategic Intelligence). Austin was the world’s first bionic man (well, not really because it later transpired that there was a seven million dollar man but that’s another story).
Please try again later. The Six Million Dollar Man is an American science fiction and action television series about a former astronaut, Colonel Steve Austin, portrayed by American actor Lee Majors.
Who was the test pilot for the Six Million Dollar Man?
The fictional test pilot Steve Austin, the “Six Million Dollar Man” and the real M2-F2 test pilot Bruce Peterson. (Photos: Via NASA and NBC TV) The Crash of the Northrop M2-F2 Lifting Body and “rebuilding” of Steve Austin, the “Six Million Dollar Man”.
What did Steve Austin say in the Six Million Dollar Man?
In the intro to “The Six Million Dollar Man”, pilot Steve Austin is heard to say, “I’ve got a blowout, damper three!” Austin goes on to say in the script, “Pitch is out. I Can’t hold altitude.
What was the theme song to Six Million Dollar Man?
Suggested by [Merlin] IDOL Distribution Peter Gunn (Theme Song by The Spelding’s Jazz Orchestra) Song L’homme qui valait 3 milliards Artist The Spelding’s Jazz Orchestra Album Génération télé, l’intégrale Writers Oliver Nelson Licensed to YouTube by