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The Six Million Dollar Man: Series 2

SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN 2
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Release Date: 25/02/2013

Edition: Normal
Genre: Television
Sub-Genre: Science Fiction
Region Code: Region 2
Certificate: PG
Label: Fabulous Films
Actors: Henry Jones, Farrah Fawcett, William Sylvester, Michael Santiago, Paul Carr, Fred Lerner, Jack Colvin
Number of Discs: 6
Audio Languages: English
Subtitle Languages: English

Complete second season of the classic action series. Astronaut and test pilot Steve Austin (Lee Majors) was almost killed in a plane crash. Fortunately for him, the government had the technology to rebuild him with experimental bionic parts, giving him super-speed and strength. To repay the government for their help, Steve joined the Office of Scientific Investigation and uses his superpowers to help fight crime, espionage, and space aliens. In this season, the Bionic Woman is introduced for the first time, Steve retrieves a nuclear warhead from a former WWII Japanese pilot's home, saves the last Golden Cougar from extinction and battles his doppelganger who's stealing secrets from Oscar's office, then assumes his identity to get to the bottom of the plot. All in a morning's work for the man-machine. Episodes included: 'Nuclear Alert', 'The Pioneers', 'Pilot Error', 'The Pal-Mir Escort', 'The Seven Million Dollar Man', 'Straight on 'til Morning', 'The Midas Touch', 'Deadly Replay', 'Act of Piracy', 'Stranger in Broken Fork', 'The Peeping Blonde', 'The Cross-Country Kidnap', 'Lost Love', 'The Last Kamikaze', 'Return of the Robot Maker', 'Taneha', 'Look Alike', 'The E.S.P. Spy', 'The Bionic Woman (1)', 'The Bionic Woman (2)', 'Outrage in Balinderry' and 'Steve Austin, Fugitive'.