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A man barely alive. 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. We can make him better than he was. The song was also used in the promotion of the series, but when the weekly series began the song was replaced by the instrumental theme by Oliver Nelson.
The first regular episode, "Population: Zero", introduced a new element to the opening sequence: a voiceover by Oscar Goldman stating the rationale behind creating a bionic man.
The first season narration was shorter than that used in the second and subsequent seasons. To maintain the show's plausibility, producer Kenneth Johnson set very specific limits on Steve Austin's abilities.
They can jump down three stories but not four. The implants have a major flaw in that extreme cold interferes with their functions and can disable them given sufficient exposure.
However, when Austin returns to a warmer temperature, the implants quickly regain full functionality. The first season also established that Austin's bionics malfunction in the micro-gravity of space, though Austin's bionics are later modified to rectify this.
The bionic eye is vulnerable to ultrasonic attack, resulting in blindness and dizziness. It is not explained how Austin's organic body is able to withstand the stress of either bionic hardware weight or performance of superhuman feats.
To indicate to viewers that Austin was using his bionic enhancements, sequences with him performing superhuman tasks were presented in slow-motion and accompanied by an electronic "dit dit dit dit" sound effect.
When the bionic eye was used, the camera zoomed in on Austin's face, followed by an extreme close-up of his eye; his point of view usually included a crosshair motif accompanied by a beeping sound-effect.
In early episodes, different ways of presenting Austin's powers were tested, including a heartbeat sound effect that predated the electronic sound, and in the three original made-for-TV movies, no sound effects or slow-motion were used, with Austin's actions shown at normal speed except for his running, which used trick photography ; the slow-motion portrayal was introduced with the first hour-long episode, "Population: Zero.
The series consists of three TV-movies , five seasons of episodes, and three more TV-movies. Martin Caidin wrote four novels featuring his original version of Steve Austin beginning in with Cyborg.
Although several other writers such as Mike Jahn later wrote a number of novelizations based upon the TV series, in most cases these writers chose to base their character upon the literary version of Austin rather than the TV show version.
As a result, several of the novelizations have entire scenes and in one case an ending that differed from the original episodes, as the cold-blooded killer of Caidin's novels handled things somewhat differently from his non-killing TV counterpart.
For example, the Jahn book International Incidents , an adaptation of the episode "Love Song for Tanya", ends with Austin using the poison dart gun in his bionic hand to kill an enemy agent; since the TV version of the character lacked this weapon, the villain was simply captured in the episode as broadcast.
Charlton Comics published both a color comic book and a black and white, illustrated magazine, featuring original adventures as well as differing adaptations of the original TV movie.
While the comic book was closely based upon the series, and geared toward a young audience, the magazine was darker and more violent and seemed to be based more upon the literary version of the character, aimed at adult readers.
Both magazines were cancelled around the same time the TV series ended. Artists Howard Chaykin and Neal Adams were frequent contributors to both publications.
Steve Kahn, who had previously published magazines on the Beatles and the teen fan magazine FLiP, worked with MCA and Charlton in overseeing and publishing these books.
A British comic strip version was also produced, written by Angus P. A series of standalone comic strips was printed on the packaging of a series of model kits by Fundimensions based upon the series.
Tabet and Bodis. A tradepaperback reprinting several episodes from the magazine was released in October, In , a new comic book series entitled Bionix was announced, to be published by Maximum Press.
The comic was to have been an updated version of both the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman and feature new renditions of the two characters.
Although the magazine was advertised in comic book trade publications, it was ultimately never published. On August 24, , Dynamite Comics published the first issue of The Bionic Man , an adaptation written by Kevin Smith based upon a screenplay he'd written for a never-produced s motion picture version of The Six Million Dollar Man.
After concluding the adaptation in the spring of the comic series moved on to original stories, as well as a re-imagining of the original TV series' Secret of Bigfoot storyline.
A spin-off comic re-imagining The Bionic Woman followed a few months later, and in January Dynamite launched a crossover mini-series, The Bionic Man vs.
The Bionic Woman. The artwork in these series, covers and interiors, varies between Austin being rendered in the likeness of Lee Majors and not.
As began, Dynamite discontinued its reboot titles and replaced them with a new ongoing series, The Six Million Dollar Man Season 6 , continuing the adventures of Austin from the conclusion of the season and featuring not only the likeness of Lee Majors, but also other recurring actors such as Richard Anderson, as well as Darren McGavin as Oliver Spencer from the first TV movie.
Jaime Sommers was reintroduced from issue 3, with a spin-off comic series, The Bionic Woman Season 4 , announced in June with a scheduled launch in the fall of Peter Pan Records and its sister company Power Records published several record albums featuring original dramatized stories including an adaptation of the pilot film , several of which were also adapted as comic books designed to be read along with the recording.
Three albums' worth of stories were released, one of which featured Christmas-themed stories. Universal Pictures developed a screenplay in with Kevin Smith , but the outing never materialized.
In December , it was announced that Universal had pacted with Dimension Films on the project after Dimension president Bob Weinstein saw its potential as a franchise.
Filming was expected to begin in In a July interview at Comic Con ,  Richard Anderson who played Oscar Goldman in the series stated that he was involved with producing a movie of the series, but the rights were at the time in litigation between Miramax and Universal.
On November 6, , it was announced that a feature film, tentatively titled The Six Billion Dollar Man , would go into production.
Filming was to begin in early , for a theatrical release the following year. Filming was to begin in September with a December 22, release date.
In Brazil , under the military dictatorship , some important government officials — previously elected by direct suffrage — were appointed by the president , or elected indirectly , out of a shortlist picked by the president.
Between and , Brazil came to have "bionic" senators, governors and mayors. With the Constitution of Brazil , all "bionic" appointments were abolished.
In Israel , the series was retitled The Man Worth Millions since "six million" evoked memories of the Holocaust —specifically the most commonly quoted estimate of the number of Jewish victims.
The first three seasons were also released on the Italian market Region 2 in late The season 1 release also features the three pilot movies that preceded the weekly series.
The Region 1 North America release, along with that of The Bionic Woman was one of the most eagerly awaited; its release had been withheld for many years due to copyright issues regarding the original novel.
In fact, with the exception of a few episodes released in the DiscoVision format in the early s and a single VHS release of the two-part The Bionic Woman storyline that same decade, the series as a whole had never been released in North America in any home video format.
In addition, the set features extensive bonus features including interviews and featurettes with all major cast members and the set comes encased in collectible packaging that includes a sound chip, activated when the box is opened, that plays back part of the first season opening credits dialogue.
In November , Universal Pictures began releasing individual season sets of the series on DVD, available in retail stores. It has subsequently released all five seasons.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Nachdem Lee Majors und Lindsay Wagner nach Ausstrahlung dieser Doppelfolge zum Traumpaar wurden, beugten sich die Drehbuchautoren den Fans und die bereits verstorbene Jaime wurde in einer weiteren Doppelfolge durch eine erneute komplizierte Operation wiederbelebt.
Jaime verliert durch diesen Eingriff allerdings ihr Gedächtnis und ist zunächst traumatisiert, sodass sich das Paar vorerst trennt und Lindsay Wagner als Jaime Sommers in ihrer eigenen Serie Missionen für Oscar Goldman erfüllt.
Die letzten beiden Spielfilme wurden bis heute nicht deutsch synchronisiert. Ein Mitglied der Filmcrew beschädigte im Zuge dessen eine neon-orange Schaufensterpuppe, deren Arm abbrach.
Als man menschliche Knochen entdeckte und die Behörden informierte, wurde die Leiche genauer untersucht. Johnson Staffel 4—5 Erstausstrahlung Brooks : Dr.
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