CTVA US Sci-Fi - "The Bionic Woman" (Harve Bennett/ABC/NBC)(1976-78) starring Lindsay Wagner

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THE BIONIC WOMAN
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Harve Bennett Productions
in association with Universal City Studios, Inc. / MCA TV
for
ABC (Wednesdays 8:00 pm season 1-2)
NBC (Saturdays 8:00 pm, season 3 1977-78)
Created for Television by Kenneth Johnson
Based on The Novel "Cyborg" by Martin Caidin

Executive Producer Harve Bennett (season 1 -
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel (season 3 1977-78)

US Super Hero Sci-Fi series 1976-1978   57 episodes x 60 min color
Starring
Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers
Co-Starring
Richard Anderson as Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks as Dr. Rudy Welles
Jennifer Darling as Peggy Callahan
Christopher Stone as Chris Williams [ season 3 ]

Recurring Guest Cast:
Martha Scott as Helen Elgin
Ford Rainey as Jim Elgin

"The Bionic Woman" theme music by Jerry Fielding

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The Following Information
Is Classified:
Clearance Authorization Level 6
Top Secret
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Jaimie Sommers
Sex: Female
Age: 28
Past Profession: Tennis Pro
Present Profession: School Teacher, Grade Level 7
Present Residence: Ojai, California
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Crtical Injury: Parachute Accident
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Anatomical Damage
Both Legs
Right Arm
Right Ear
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Operational Procedure
Bionic Replacement
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Estimated Cost: Classsified
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NOTE:
THE BIONIC WOMAN was a direct spinoff from the successful series, THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN,
and there were two crossover episodes while both programs were on ABC.
The pilot was a crossover, and both parts are included with THE BIONIC WOMAN.

The second season premiere was also a crossover, but the first part, which was shown on THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN,
has been shown only with that show in syndication.

There are also three other Bionic Woman episodes that are part of THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN,
including the one where Jaime actually receives her bionic parts.

We've listed them all, as well as the Bionic tv movies made later.
Episodes with an '*' are NOT in the current syndication package.
They are part of the The Six Million Dollar Man package instead.

*SMDM The Bionic Woman(1) 16Mar75
*SMDM The Bionic Woman(2) 23Mar75
*SMDM The Return of the Bionic Woman(1) 14Sep75
*SMDM The Return of the Bionic Woman(2) 21Sep75

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Jaime Sommers first appeared in The Six Million Dollar Man  in March 1975 in the 2--part BIONIC WOMAN
(several episodes earlier we had
had the SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR MAN episode so it would seem the writers were having problems devising new storylines
even as early as season 2).

(The $7M MAN had two bionic legs & two bionic arms so he cost more. Played by Monte Markham, he became a rogue and
tried to destroy all the files on bionic technology. He was eventually subdued by you--know--who and detuned to
normal strength).

Jaimie was badly injured in a skydiving accident and Steve Austin pleaded with Oscar  to save her life with bionics.
By the end of the story, Jaimie had completed her first mission with Steve and was due to marry him but her body
ultimately rejected her bionics and she died.

By summer 1975, viewer reaction to Jaimie led to a 2--part opener for the 1975--76 season, THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN,
where we see Steve still pining for Jaimie and when badly injured on a mission he thinks he sees her at his private
hospital. She is indeed alive, after having been cryogenically frozen at the point of death for experimental surgery
(why Steve did not attend her funeral was never explained). The surgery saves her life but she does not remember Steve
at all. This led neatly into her own series (starting on ABC in January 1976, UK networked screening from July 1976)
but the first  episode (WELCOME HOME JAIMIE, PART 1) was still an episode of the $6M MAN in America.
 
After 35 episodes, ABC axed THE BIONIC WOMAN in 1977 but NBC agreed to finance a third season. These episodes
were generally not as good as the ABC ones, even with Max the Bionic Dog brought in for the kids.

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2.19 [35] The Six Million Dollar Man: THE BIONIC WOMAN (Part 1/2) 16Mar75
2.20 [36]
The Six Million Dollar Man: THE BIONIC WOMAN (Part 2/2) 23Mar75
Guest Cast:
Lindsay Wagner ................ Jaime Sommers
Malachi Throne ................ Joseph Wrona
Paul Carr ..................... Timberlake
Martha Scott .................. Helen Elgin
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin
Sidney Clute .................. Schwartz
Harry Hickox .................. Jon Ellerton (pt. 1)
Elizabeth Brooks .............. Nurse (pt. 2)
Margie Impert ................. Nurse #2 (pt. 2)
Richard Jannone ............... Attendant (pt. 2)
Walt Conley ................... Lomax (pt. 2)

3.1 [39] The Six Million Dollar Man: THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN (Part 1/2) 14Sep75
3.2 [40]
The Six Million Dollar Man: THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN (Part 2/2) 21Sep75
Guest Cast:
Lindsay Wagner ................ Jaime Sommers
Dennis Patrick ................ Carlton Harris
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin
Rick Lenz ..................... Mike Marchetti
Al Ruscio ..................... Chester
Tony Giorgio .................. Abe Collins
George Keymas ................. Arkoff
Virginia Gregg ................ Mrs. Raymond


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ABC Wednesdays (from 21Jan76 - ) (13 episodes)

[--] The Six Million Dollar Man: WELCOME HOME, JAIME (part 1)(60 min)(Crossover Episode)
11Jan76
Executive Producer Harve Bennett
Written and Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Martin E. Brooks
Dennis Patrick ................ Carlton Harris
Special Guest Star:
Martha Scott .................. Helen Elgin (recurring)
Richard Lenz
Roger Davis
Special Guest Appearance:
Lee Majors ..................... Steve Austin
Co-Starring: (end credits)(part 1)
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin (recurring)
With: (end credits)(part 1)
Dee Timberlake ................ Karen Stone
Joe Rayner .................... Attendent
Christian Juttner ............. Teddy
A brain operation partially restores Jaime's memory, but she cannot recall recent events in her life,
including her engagement to Steve.
(Continues on the first episode of "The Bionic Woman")

1.1 [--] The Bionic Woman: WELCOME HOME, JAIME (part 2) (60 min)(Crossover Episode)
21Jan76 ABC Wed
Part 2 (end credits)
Kip Niven ..................... Don Harris
Gordon Jump ................... Charles Butler
Robert Bralver ................ Sayers
Nick Pellegrino ............... Bailey
Christian Juttner ............. Teddy
Alycia Gardner ................ Gwen
Kraig Metzinger ............... Joey
Jaime returns home in hopes that something there will help her regain her memory. Once there she takes a job as a
schoolteacher, while still working for the OSI. Her first job for them is to infiltrate the corporation of a
corrupt business man.

1.2 [--] The Bionic Woman: ANGEL OF MERCY
28Jan76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan Levi
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Andy Griffith ................. Jack Starkey
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Claudio Martinez .............. Julio
James Karen ................... George Morehouse
Jean Allison .................. Judith Morehouse
With:
Bert Santos ................... Guerilla
Robbie Rist ................... Andrew
Paul Berrones ................. Wounded Soldier
Alycia Gardner ................ Gwen
Robbie Wolcott ................ Mark
(The Scene: Vector 4 Depot Costa Bravo)
Jaime travels to a war torn banana republic to rescue the American ambassador and his wife.

1.3 [--] The Bionic Woman: A THING OF THE PAST
18Feb76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Teleplay by Philip De Guere, Jr. / Story by Terrence McDonnell and Jim Carlson
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Donald O'Connor ............... Harry Anderson
Don Gordon .................... Glen Morgan
Roger Perry ................... Stone
Special Guest Appearance by:
Lee Majors .................... Col. Steve Austin
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin (recurring)
W.T. Zacha .................... Raines
With:
Robbie Walcott ................ Mark
Alycia Gardner ................ Gwen
Christian Juttner ............. Teddy
Lori Busk ..................... Caroline
Brian Cutler .................. Major Don Mills
Mark Atkinson ................. Guard
Jaime helps out a school bus driver who being terrorized by thugs who know secrets from his past.

1.4 [--] The Bionic Woman: CLAWS
25Feb76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by Sue Milburn
Directed by Phil Bondelli
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Jack Kelly .................... Charles Keys
William Schallert ............. Uncle Bill
Mills Watson .................. Sheriff
And:
Tippi Hedren .................. Susan Victor
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alicia Fleer .................. Katie
George D. Wallace ............. Rancher
With:
Robbie Rist ................... Andrew
Robbie Wolcott ................ Mark
Sam Vlahos .................... 1st Driver
Bob Basso ..................... 2nd Driver
Jaime comes to the defense of a pet lion accused of killing a rancher's cattle.

1.5 [--] The Bionic Woman: THE DEADLY MISSILES
3Mar76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by Wilton Denmark
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Stars:
Forrest Tucker ................ J.T. Connors
Ben Piazza .................... Warren Riker
Special Guest Appearance by:
Lee Majors .................... Col. Steve Austin
With: (end credits)
Howard McGillin ............... Staff Sgt.
Alicia Fleer .................. Katie
Christian Juttner ............. Teddy
Gary McLarty .................. 1st Guard
An old friend of Jaime's is suspected of being behind a missile threat to Los Angeles.

1.6 [--] The Bionic Woman: BIONIC BEAUTY (not "The")
17Mar76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Stars:
Bert Parks .................... Ray Raymond
Gary Crosby ................... Brady
Special Guest Star:
Martha Scott .................. Helen Elgin
Co-starring: (end credits)
Helen Craig ................... Mrs. Belding
Cassie Yates .................. Sally Bartell
Charlotte Moore ............... Lady Reporter
Henry Pollic II ............... The Man
With:
Katie Hopkins Zerby ........... Miss Oklahoma
Lisa Parks .................... Miss Tennessee
Jaime enters a beauty contest that is rumored to be fixed.

1.7 [--] The Bionic Woman: JAIME'S MOTHER
24Mar76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Arnold F. Turner
Teleplay by Arhtur Rowe / Story by Worley Thorne
Directed by Leo Penn
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Star:
Barbara Rush .................. Ann Sommers
Special Guest Star:
Martha Scott .................. Helen Elgin (recurring)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joseph George ................. Vic Boylin
Norma Connolly ................ Mrs. Noah
With:
Sam Chew, Jr. ................. Mark Russell
Dan Barton .................... Henderson
Carlene Gower ................. Jaime as child
Jaime becomes convinced that a woman she saw is her long-believed dead mother.

1.8 [--] The Bionic Woman: WINNING IS EVERYTHING
7Apr76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Arnold F. Turner
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Phil Bondelli
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Star:
John Elerick .................. Tim Sanders
Special Guest Star:
Alejandro Rey ................. Carlo Scappini
With: (end credits)
Nancy Jeris ................... Russian woman
Frank Cala .................... Bartender
Rene Assa ..................... Attendant
Stephen Coit .................. Man
One of Jaime's students helps her stop the theft of a prototype flying suit.

1.9 [--] The Bionic Woman: CANYON OF DEATH
14Apr76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Arnold F. Turner
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Jerry London
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Star:
Gary Collins .................. Mallory
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Guillermo San Juan ............ Paco
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Don McGovern .................. Briggs
Paul Cavonis .................. Henderson
Dee Timberlake ................ Karen
Annette Cardona ............... Elora
With:
Robbie Rist ................... Andrew
Jack Stauffer ................. Phillips
Jim Ingersoll ................. Radio Man
Bill Conklin .................. Gen. Fuller
Todd London ................... Stan
Jaime participates in a desert auto race to prevent enemy agents from making a tape exchange.

1.10 [--] The Bionic Woman: FLY JAIME
5May76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Teleplay by Mann Rubin and Arthur Rowe / Story by Mann Rubin
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography Allen M. Davey
Guest Stars:
Christopher Stone ............. Marlow
Jerry Douglas ................. Connors
Spencer Milligan .............. Reed
And:
Martin E. Brooks .............. Dr. Rudy Wells (recurring)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Vito Scotti ................... Romero
Arline Anderson ............... Mrs. Griffith
With:
Dick Valentine ................ Sam Diamond (Pilot)
Jim Raymond ................... Cop-pilot
John Zoller ................... Dr. Frankus
Joe Stefano ................... Captain
Larry Dunn .................... Radio Operator
Jaime poses as a stewardess while doubling as Dr. Welles' secret bodyguard as he attends an important meeting.

1.11 [--] The Bionic Woman: THE JAILING OF JAIME
12May76 ABC Wed
Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by Bruce Shelly
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Barry Sullivan ................ Dr. Ellis Hatch
Philip Abbott ................. John Naud
Skip Homeier .................. Gregory
Anne Schedeen ................. Cindy Wilson
Tom Bower ..................... Ted Ryan)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ron Hayes ..................... Carlson
Samuel Chew, Jr. ............... Mark Russell
With:
Ross Elliot ................... General Partridge
Walt Davis .................... M.P.
Jimmy Joyce ................... Guard
Scott Wells ................... Sheriff
Jaime is framed for the theft of a decoder she was supposed to deliver.

1.12 [--] The Bionic Woman: MIRROR IMAGE
19May76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Don Porter .................... Dr. Jim Courtney
Herbert Jefferson, Jr. ........ Boxley
Terry Kiser ................... Matthews
John Fink ..................... Perkins
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin (recurring)
Harry Wiere ................... Tipsey
Sam Chew ...................... Mark Russell
With:
Fuddle Bagley ................. Bartender
Christopher Barrett ........... Intern
A southern belle named Lisa Galloway is altered via plastic surgery to resemble Jaime so she can infiltrate the OSI.

1.13 [--] The Bionic Woman: THE GHOSTHUNTER
26May76 ABC Wed
Produced and Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Written by Kenneth Johnson and Justin Edgerton
Guest Stars:
Paul Shenar ................... Alan Cory
Kristy McNichol ............... Amanda Cory
Bo Brundin .................... Emil Laslo
With: (end credits)
Merry Lomis ................... Nurse
Jaime gets involved with an exorcism while investigating forces disrupting a research scientist's top secret project.

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ABC Wednesdays 8:00 pm
22 episodes
Executive Producer Harve Bennett

[--] The Six Million Dollar Man: THE RETURN OF BIG FOOT (Part 1/2)(Crossover Episode) 19Sep76
Lindsay Wagner
Sandy Duncan
Stefanie Powers
Ted Cassidy
Severn Darden
Charles Cyphers
Steve and Jaime combine forces tp stop a renegade group of extraterrestrials who have taken control of Big Foot
and are using him to plunder the Earth against his will.

2.1 [14] The Bionic Woman: THE RETURN OF BIG FOOT (Part 2/2) (Crossover Episode with SMDM) 22Sep76 ABC Wed
[The Return of Big Foot (Part 1/2) was shown on "The Six Million Dollar Man" (19Sep76)]
Guest Cast:
Stefanie Powers ............... Shalon
John Saxon .................... Nedlik
Ted Cassidy ................... Bigfoot
Sandy Duncan .................. Gillian
Stephen Young ................. Dallett
Severn Darden ................. Apploy
Lee Majors .................... Steve Austin
Charles Cyphers ............... Faler
Jim Gavin ..................... Pilot
Steve and Jaime combine forces to stop a renegade group of terrestrials who have taken control of Bigfoot
and are using him to plunder the Earth against his will.

2.2 [15] The Bionic Woman: IN THIS CORNER, JAIME SOMMERS
29Sep76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Teleplay by Robert McCullough and Kenneth Johnson / Story by Robert McCullough
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Norman Fell ................... Bigelow
Marcia Lewis .................. April Armitage
Marj Dusay .................... Dr. Brandes
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marcia Shapiro ................ Mary Maddox
With:
Lew Palter .................... Announce (Jimmy Lynon)
Bill Keene .................... Mr. Epstein
Brett Dunham .................. Wayne Haley
Bill Conklin .................. Man
Margaret Shocklee ............. Esther
Gene Le Bell .................. Referee
Sandy Parker .................. Battling Betty
Jaime takes the cover of a wrestler to track down an OSI agent who disappeared while investigating a Washington DC arena.

2.3 [16] The Bionic Woman: ASSAULT ON THE PRINCESS
6Oct76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by Wilton Denmark
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Ed Nelson ..................... Lucky Harrison
Vito Scotti ................... Romero
John Durren ................... Grover
Co-Starring (end credits)
Steve Kanaly .................. Tanner
Dick Dinman ................... Ice man
With:
Tony Giorgio .................. Creighton
Ron Wilson .................... Joe
Abraham Alvarez ............... Lt.
Don Maxwell ................... Crewman
Jaime goes undercover as a cruise ship casino director to recover a secret fuel cell stolen by a double agent.

2.4 [17] The Bionic Woman: ROAD TO NASHVILLE
20Oct76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars|:
Hoyt Axton .................... Big Buck Buckley
Bert Kramer ................... Penn Mathers
Special Guest Stars:
Doc Severinson ................ Muffin' Calhoun
Fionnuala Flanagan ............ Tammy Dalton
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Scott Arthur Allen ............ Bill (Womullun)
With:
Dick Haynes ................... Announcer
Stacy O'Brien ................. Stacy
Bob Beck ...................... Len
Earl Billings ................. Skycap
Robin Harlan .................. Pam
A group of country musicians are implicated in the disappearance of an OSI agent.

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2.5 [18] The Bionic Woman: KILL OSCAR (Part 1/3) (Crossover Episode with SMDM)
27Oct76 ABC Wed
Teleplay by Arthur Rowe / Story by Arthur Rowe and Oliver Crawford
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars: (pt. I)
John Houseman ................. Dr. Franklin
Jack Colvin ................... Baron Constantine
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan (recurring in SMDM)
Corinne Michaels .............. Lynda Wilson
Jack Ging ..................... Hanson
Special Guest Appearance by: (pt. I)
Lee Majors .................... Col. Steve Austin
Co-Starring (pt. I) (End Credits)
Janice Whitby ................. Katy
With:
John Dewey-Carter ............. Rawlins
James R. Parkes .............. Guard
Don Fenwick .................. 1st Agent
Larry French ................. Second Agent

[Kill Oscar (Part 2/3) was originally shown on "The Six Million Dollar Man" (31Oct76)]
(details of pt II taken from a "Bionic Woman" syndicated version) (possibly re-packaged)

[--] The Six Million Dollar Man: KILL OSCAR (Part II) (Crossover Episode)
prod. no. 45120 / 31Oct76
Produced in association with Harve Bennett Productions and Universal
Produced by Lionel E. Siegel
Directed by Barry Crane
Teleplay by William T. Zacha / Story by Arthur Rowe and Oliver Crawford
music score: Richard Clements
theme: Oliver Nelson
director of photography: Allen M. Davey
film editor: William Stark.
Guest Stars: (Pt II)
John Houseman ................. Dr. Franklin
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan (recurring)
Corinne Michaels .............. Lynda
Jack L. Ging ..................... Hanson
Special Appearance by:
Lee Majors .................... Col. Steve Austin
Co-Starring: (Pt II) (End Credits)
Janice Whitby ................. Katy
Eugene Peterson ............... Gen. Williams
Byron Morrow .................. Admiral Wilkins
With:(Pt II)
John Dewey-Carter ............. Rawlins
Walt Davis .................... Crewman

2.6 [19] The Bionic Woman: KILL OSCAR (Part III) (Crossover Episode with SMDM)
3Nov76 ABC Wed
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars: (pt III)
John Houseman ................. Dr. Franklin
Lee Majors .................... Steve Austin
Jack Ging ..................... Hanson
Jim McMullan .................. Gordon
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan
Corinne Michaels .............. Lynda Wilson
Special Guest Star:
Sam Jaffe ..................... Adm. Ricter (only pt III ?)
Co-Starring: (Pt. III)
Janice Whitby ................. Katy
John Dewey Carter ............. Rawfins
Byron Morrow .................. Admiral Wilkins
With:(Pt III)
John Dewey-Carter ............. Rawlins
Walt Davis .................... Crewman
Enemy agents have been replacing the secretaries of key OSI personnel with look-alike robots in order to kidnap Oscar.
(sequel - see "Fembots in Las Vegas")


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2.7 [20] The Bionic Woman: BLACK MAGIC
10Nov76 ABC Wed
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Produced by Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Vincent Price ................. Manfred/Cyrus Carstairs
William Windom ................ Warfield
Special Guest Stars:
Hermione Baddeley ............. Tess
Julie Newmar .................. Claudette
Abe Vigoda .................... Barlow
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alvah Stanley ................. Barry
With:
Roger Til ..................... Maitre D'
George Margo ............... Boatman
Jaime steps into the role of heir in a bizarre scavenger hunt at a spooky bayou manor.

2.8 [21] The Bionic Woman: SISTER JAIME
24Nov76 ABC Wed
Produced and Written by Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Kathleen Nolan ................ Mother Superior
Catherine Burns ............... Sister Beverly
Ellen Geer .................... Sister Barbara
Ron Hayes ..................... Father Thomas
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dran Hamilton ................. Sister Margo
Al Hansen ..................... Trucker
With:
Luke Andreas .................. 1st Man
Edeward Cross ................. 2nd Man
Cynthia Whitham ............... Marlene Stoler
Jaime goes undercover as a nun at a convent to locate missing diamonds.

2.9 [22] The Bionic Woman: THE VEGA INFLUENCE
1Dec76 ABC Wed
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Mel Damski
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Rick Lenz ..................... Mike Marchetti
Jamie Smith Jackson ........... Laurie Boylin
Roy Poole ..................... Dr. Boylin
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Philip Carey .................. Major Andrews
Don Marshall .................. Captain Colter
John Lawrence ................. Sergeant Roberts
The disappearance of arctic air base personnel is somehow linked to an alien life form found on ann oblong meteor.

2.10 [23] The Bionic Woman: JAIME'S SHIELD (Part 1/2)
15Dec76 ABC Wed
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan Crosland (pt. I only)
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
George Maharis ................ Bob Welton
James McEachin ................ Capt. Godfrey
Diane Civita .................. Arlene Hart
Rebecca Balding ............... Parker
William Bryant ................ Jetton
Archie Johnson ................ Commissioner Hart
Linden Chiles ................. Herb Parmow
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt. I)
Michael Santiago .............. Baxter

2.11 [24] The Bionic Woman: JAIME'S SHIELD (Part 2/2)
22Dec76 ABC Wed
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Barry Crane (pt. II only)
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
George Maharis ................ Bob Welton
Diane Civita .................. Arlene Hart
Rebecca Balding ............... Parker
William Bryant ................ Jetton
Archie Johnson ................ Comm. Hart
Linden Chiles ................. Herb Partnow
Co-Starring: (end credits -pt. II)
Michael Santiago .............. Baxter
With:
Amapola Del Vando ............. Premier Rinja Gabrin
Amy Joyce ..................... Rosignano
Larry Frank Ellis ............. Dispatcher
Norma Ransom .................. Old Lady
Jaime goes undercover as a cadet at the police academy to identify an enemy agent among the cadets who is
planning to kill a visiting dignitary.

2.12 [25] The Bionic Woman: BIOFEEDBACK
12Jan77 ABC Wed
Written by Daniel Kibbie
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Granville Van Dusen ........... Darwin Jone
Lloyd Bochner ................. Ivan Kard
Special Guest Star:
Peter Haskell ................. Payton Jones
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jan Aaris ..................... Marek
Inge Lindgreen ................ Terry
A biofeedback expert enlists Jaime's aid in getting his brother out of East Germany.

2.13 [26] The Bionic Woman: DOOMSDAY IS TOMORROW (Part 1/2)
19Jan77 ABC Wed
Written, Produced and Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Lew Ayres ..................... Dr. Elija Cooper
Kenneth O'Brien ............... Victor Dimitri
Special Guest Star:
David Opatoshu ................ Satari
Co-Starring: (end credits pt I)
Sam Chew ...................... (Mark) Russ(ell)
James Hong .................... Kurosawa (pt. I only)
Guerin Barry .................. Alex
A physicist has developed a doomsday device that will destroy the world if a nuclear device is exploded and
it's up to Jaime to outfox an elaborate security computer to deactivate it.

2.14 [27] The Bionic Woman: DOOMSDAY IS TOMORROW (Part 2/2)
26Jan77 ABC Wed
Written, Produced and Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Location Sites Furmished by: "RocketDyne Division, Rockwell International"
Guest Stars:
Lew Ayres ..................... Dr. Elija Cooper
Kenneth O'Brien ............... Victor Dimitri
Special Guest Star:
David Opatoshu ................ Satari
Co-Starring: (end credits pt II)
Sam Chew ...................... Mark Russell
Stack Pierce .................. Navigator
Ned Wilson .................... Pilot
Guerin Barry .................. Alex
With:
George Whiteman ............... Co-Pilot
Steve Powers .................. E.W.O.
Ed Vasgersian ................. Technician

2.15 [28] The Bionic Woman: DEADLY RINGER (Part 1/2) 02Feb77 ABC Wed
2.16 [29] The Bionic Woman: DEADLY RINGER (Part 2/2) 09Feb77 ABC Wed
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars: (pts I & II)
Don Porter .................... Dr. James Courtney
Warren Kemmerling ............. Warden Cooper
Katherine Helmond ............. Dr. Harkens
Ford Rainey ................... Jim Elgin (recurring)
Special Guest Star: (pt II only)
Martha Scott .................. Helen Elgin (recurring)
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt II )
Donald "Red" Barry ............ Woody
John Zenda .................... Weber
With: (end credits - pt II )
Don Fenwick ................... O'Hanian
Walt Davis .................... Trooper
Angela Hoffman ................ Jody
Billy Rittenbaugh ............. Arty
Jeffrey Whipple ............... Bill
Stacy O'Brien ................. Terry
Jaime is kidnapped and put into prison in Lisa Galloway's place, while her double uses an experimental drug
with deadly side effects to replicate Jaime's bionic strength.

2.17 [30] The Bionic Woman: JAIME AND THE KING
23Feb77 ABC Wed
Written by Robert L. McMullough & C. Robert Brooks and Arthur Rowe
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Robert Loggia ................. Ali Ben Gazim
Lance Kerwin .................. Prince Ishmail
Joseph Ruskin ................. Hassan
Co-Starring: (end credits)
René Assa ..................... Major-Domo
Annette Cardona ............... Emerald
With:
Brioni Farrell ................ Ezelda
Tanya L. George ............... Marahna
Nathan Roth ................... 1st. Guard
Jaime becomes the bodyguard to an Arab sheik while posing as his son's tutor.

2.18 [31] The Bionic Woman: BEYOND THE CALL
9Mar77 ABC Wed
Teleplay by Daniel Kibbie and Arthur Rowe / Story by Daniel Kibbie
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Sam Groom ..................... John Cross
Ford Rainey
Special Guest Star:
Martha Scott
Introducing:
Mariel Aragon ................. Kim
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sandy Ward .................... Colonel Banning
Madison Arnold ................ Willet
With:
Billy Rittenbaugh .............. Arty
June Kim ....................... Kim's Mother
Ron McCabe ..................... Pvt. Luddick
Jaime helps a Vietnam veteran find his Eurasian daughter he thought had been killed, and who believes her
father deserted her.

2.19 [32] The Bionic Woman: THE DEJON CAPER
16Mar77 ABC Wed
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Rene Auberjonois .............. Pierre Lambert
Sydney Chaplin ................ Moreau
Bernard Behrens ............... Beaumont
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Roger Til ..................... Rochelle
Erik Holland .................. Alain
Ben Wright .................... Fournier
In Paris, Jaime teams up with an art forger to catch a thief who has been stealing museum masterpieces
and replacing them with fakes.

2.20 [33] The Bionic Woman: THE NIGHT DEMON (a.k.a. The Deamon Creature)
23Mar77 ABC Wed
Written by Justin Egerton
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Jeff Corey .................... Thomas Bearclaw
John Quade .................... Hawkins
Special Guest Star:
Gary Lockwood ................. Lyle Cannon
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Howard McGillin ............... Don Woods
Jay J. Saunders ............... Capt. Anders
An archeologist who unearths an Indian figurine is terrorized by the demon it represents.

2.21 [34] The Bionic Woman: IRON SHIPS AND DEAD MEN
30Mar77 ABC Wed
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Mel Damski
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Ed Walsh .................... Zanetos
Theodore Wilson ............. Warner Williams
Ray Young ................... Bob Richards
Special Guest Star:
Stephen Elliot .............. Duke
End Credits (no details)
Peter Lempert ............... Sam Goldman
Mikhail Kulik ............... Young Duke
Synopsis 1:
Oscar asks Jaime to investigate the disappearance of his brother by going undercover at the docks where he worked.
Synopsis 2:
Jaime boards an old destroyer as a salvage crew member to investigate the discovery of a skeleton beraing dog
tags of Oscar Goldman's brother.

2.22 [35] The Bionic Woman: ONCE A THIEF
4May77 ABC Wed
Written by Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Alan J. Levi
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Elisha Cook (Jr.) ............. Inky
Ed Barth ...................... Saul
Dick Bakalyan ................. Talvin
Dick Balduzzi ................. Rogers
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Libertini ............. Rick
William Boyett ................ Captain Blank
Mickey Morton ................. Davis
With:
Fuddle Bagley ................. Reggie
Paula Victor .................. Winnie
Frank Cala .................... Steinhauer
Sonny Klein ................... Marchese
Don Maxwell .............. The Cop
A crook who has a film of Jaime performing bionic feats threatens to give it to the media if she refuses to
help him rob a bank.

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moves from ABC to NBC Saturdays 8:00 pm Eastern
22 episodes
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel (except first 2 episodes)

3.1 [36] The Bionic Woman: THE BIONIC DOG (part 1/2)
Produced in association with Harve Bennett Productions & Universal, an M C A company.
prod. no. 47418 / 10Sep77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Supervising Producer Kenneth Johnson / Produced by James D. Parriott
Teleplay by James D. Parriott / Story by Harve Bennett & James D. Parriott
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography J.J. Jones
Guest Stars:
Ford Rainey
Taylor Lacher ................. Crosby
With: (end credits - Pt. I)
Carlene Watkins ............... Judy McHugh
Al Hansen ..................... Trucker
Jay Fenichel .................. Doughnut Man
David Himes ................... Animal Handler

3.2 [37] The Bionic Woman: THE BIONIC DOG (part 2/2)
Produced in association with Harve Bennett Productions & Universal, an MCA company.
prod.no. 47419 / 17Sep77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Harve Bennett / Supervising Producer Kenneth Johnson / Produced by James D. Parriott
Teleplay by James D. Parriott / Story by Harve Bennett and James D. Parriott
Directed by Barry Crane
director of photography: J. J. Jones.
Guest Stars:
Dale Robinette ................ Roger Grette
Ford Rainey
Lee Jones deBroux ............. Bill Tyler
Co-Starring (End Credits Pt. II)
Will Hare ..................... Harley
With:
Al Hansen ..................... Trucker
Jack Garner ................... County Sheriff
Jason Johnson ................. Old man
Max, the bionic dog, joins Jaime and helps her rescue people trapped by a mountain fire.

3.3 [38] The Bionic Woman: FEMBOTS IN LAS VEGAS (Part 1/2) (sequel to "Kill Oscar")
24Sep77 NBC Sat
Supervising Producer Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written and Produced by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography by Fleet Southcott
Guest Stars:
James Olson ................... Rod Kyler
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan (recurring)
Melinda Fee ................... Tami
Alexander Courtney ............ Dan Mayers (pt. I only)
Special Guest Star:
Michael Burns ................. Carl Franklin
Co-Starring: (end credits - pat. I)
Stanley Brock ................. Stage Manager
With:
Jeannie Wilson ................ Nancy
Nancy Bleir ................... Gina
Lorna Sands ................... Billie
Lisa Moore .................... Ellen Andrews
Michael J. London ............. Security Guard

3.4 [39] The Bionic Woman: FEMBOTS IN LAS VEGAS (Part 2/2)
01Oct77 NBC Sat
Supervising Producer Kenneth Johnson / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written and Produced by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography by Fleet Southcott
Guest Stars:
James Olson ................... Rod Kyler
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan (recurring)
Melinda Fee ................... Tami
Special Guest Star:
Michael Burns ................. Carl Franklin
With: (end credits - Pt. II)
Jeannie Wilson ................ Nancy
Nancy Bleir ................... Gina
Lorna Sands ................... Billie
Lisa Moore .................... Ellen Andrews
Douglas Hale .................. Launch Director
Paul Tinder ................... Asst. Launch Director
Ted Schliesman ................ Lt. Rogers
The son of the creator of the fembots plans on avenging his father's death with a powerful
space-based weapon and improved fembots.

3.5 [40] The Bionic Woman: RODEO
Prod. no. 47426 / 15Oct77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Arthur Rowe
Written by Herman Groves & Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Larry Stewart
director of photography: Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Andrew Prine .................. Billy Cole
Jason Evers ................... Radnick
John Crawford ................. Crowley
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Thomas Bellin ................. Janos
Don Gentry .................... Teak
Rudolfo Hoyos ................. Carlos
With:
Linda Wiser ................... Lab Technician
A pair of foreign agents and a pair of cowboys have differnt reasons for wanting to keep an OSI
computer expert out of a rodeo.

3.6 [41] The Bionic Woman: AFRICAN CONNECTION
prod. no. 47432 / 29Oct77 NBC Sat
Producer: Arthur Rowe
written by William Schwartz
directed by Alan Levi
Guest Cast:
Dan O'Herlihy ................. Harry Walker
Raymond St. Jacques ........... Azzar
Joan Pringle .................. Leona Mumbassa
Marc Alaimo ................... Hopper
Don Pedro Colley .............. Duma
Kipp Whitman .................. Serrano
An alcoholic mercenary leads Jaime through the African jungle so she can make sure an election isn't rigged.

3.7 [42] The Bionic Woman: MOTORCYLCE BOOGIE
prod. no. 47431 / 5Nov77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Supervising Producer Kenneth Johnson
Produced by James D. Parriott / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by James D. Parriott & Kenneth Johnson
Directed by Ken Gilbert
Director of Photography Gene Talvin
Guest Stars:
Evel Kneivel .................. Himself
Bernard Behrens ............... Petroy
Spencer Milligan .............. Schmidt
With (end credits)
John M. Benson ................ New Guard
Chris Anders .................. Guard #1
Erik Holland .................. Guard #2
Dennis Williams ............... Lab Technician
Patrick Gorman ................ Mover
Dirk Olthof ................... Young Cop
Peter Hellmann ................ 1st Door Guard
John Brandon .................. Promoter
Evel Knievel teams up with Jaime in West Germany to recover some stolen computer tapes.

3.8 [43] The Bionic Woman: BRAIN WASH (two words)
prod. no. 47442 / 12Nov77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by James D. Parriott
Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Michael Callan ................ John Bernard
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan (recurring)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sam Chew, Jr. ................. Mark Russell
David Watson .................. Benny
Pepe Hern ..................... Pinedo
With:
Gregory Elliot ................ Office Boy
Larry Duran ................... Gardener
Richard Sarradet .............. Agent
Federico Robertro ............. Man
Lady Helena Walquer ........... Jenny
Jaime's hairdresser is using a special shampoo that unknowingly causes her to reveal top secrets.

3.9 [44] The Bionic Woman: ESCAPE TO LOVE
prod. no. 47435 / 26Nov77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Nancy Malone / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by Ellen Wittman
Directed by Alan Levi
director of photography Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Philip Abbott ................. Arlo Kelso
John Reilly ................... Hober
Mitch Laurence ................ Sandor Kelso
Special Guest Star:
Peter Mark Richman ............ Dubnov
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Michael Richardson ............ Pruska
Ed Sancho-Bonet ............... Rodi
Jaime helps a teenage boy escape from behind the Iron Curtain,
and he in turn develops a crush on her.

3.10 [45] The Bionic Woman: MAX
prod. no. 47450 / 3Dec77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by James D. Parriott
Teleplay by William Schwartz / Story by William Schwartz and Lionel E. Siegel
Directed by Don MacDougall
Director of Photography Vincent A. Minnelli
Guest Stars:
Neile Adams-McQueen ........... Valerie Breuer
Christopher Knight ............ Bobby
Bill Fletcher ................. Hobbs
Sandy Kenyon .................. Yvon Sanders
Rudy Solari ................... Jack Carson
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sam Chew, Jr. ................. Mark Russell
Max, the bionic dog, is kidnapped while Jaime is in the hospital.

3.11 [46] The Bionic Woman: OVER THE HILL SPY
prod. no. 47441 / 17Dec77 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Nancy Malone
Written by Joseph A. Viola
Directed by Kenneth Gilbert
Guest Stars:
Richard Erdman ................ Terence Quinn
Jeff David .................... Vilmos Vanovic
Michael Thomas ................ Boris Slotsky
Felice Orlandi ................ Juan Robles
Whit Bissell .................. Wolfe
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Rick Beckner .................. Manning
Dante De Andre ................ Maitre D'
Eve McVeagh ................... Middle Aged Woman
Mary Jackson .................. Martha
With:
Alana Collins ................. Carol
Michael Quinn ................. Delegate
Norman Gibbs .................. Man
A retired OSI agent returns to duty to help Jaime prevent his old Soviet rival from getting a
stolen code device to Moscow.

3.12 [47] The Bionic Woman: ALL FOR ONE
prod. no. 47451 / 7Jan78 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced and Written by James D. Parriott
Directed by Larry Stewart
Guest Stars:
Roger Perry ................... Tom Tharp
Henry Kingi ................... Mango
Gary Barton ................... Stubbs
Viola Kates Stimpson .......... Mrs. Simpson
Special Guest Star:
Franklyn Ajaye ................ Benny
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Garret Pearson ................ Raul
Joe Al Nicassio ............... Mr. A. A
Jaime tracks a computer thief who has been stealing OSI money to a college campus.

3.13 [48] The Bionic Woman: THE PYRAMID
prod. no. 47417 / 14Jan78 NBC Sat
Producer: Arthur Rowe
written by Margaret Armen, Alf Harris, Arthur Rowe, Lionel E. Siegel
directed by Barry Crane.
Guest Cast:
Eduard Franz .................. Ky
Christopher Stone ............. Chris Williams
Gavin O'Herlihy ............... Jim Burns
June Barrett .................. Laura Kane
Henry Kingi ................... Inca warrior
An alien being holds Jaime and Chris hostage.

3.14 [49] The Bionic Woman: THE ANTIDOTE
prod. no. 47448 / 21Jan78 NBC Sat
Produced by Arthur Rowe / Associate Producer Craig Schiller (end credit)
Teleplay by Arthur Rowe, Tom and Helen August / Story by Daniel Ulman
Directed by Don McDougall
Guest Stars:
Christopher Stone ............. Chris Williams (recurring)
Harry Rhodes
Suzanne Charny ................ Nurse
Brett Halsey .................. Dr. Hamilton
James Blendick ................ Carson
John Myhers ................... Dmitiri Zhukov
John Milford .................. Henderson
Special Guest Star:
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Danny Wells ................... Yanos
Linda Wiser ................... Sarah
Terrorists give Jaime a slow-acting poison and then promise her
the antidote if she will reveal the location of a top secret
meeting.

3.15 [50] The Bionic Woman: THE MARTIANS ARE COMING, THE MARTIANS ARE COMING
prod. no. 47449 / 28Jan78 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by James D. Parriott / Associate Producer David G. Phinney
Teleplay by Robert A. Urso, Tom and Helen August / Story by Robert A. Urso
Directed by Larry Stewart
Director of Photography: Vincent A. Martinelli.
Guest Stars:
Jim McMullan .................. Casey
Jack Kelly .................... Ray Fisk
Frank Marth ................... Bill Robbins
Frank Aletter ................. Spencer
Special Guest Star:
Lynn Carlin ................... Norma Fisk
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ruth Manning .................. Cigar Smoker's Wife
Phil Hoover ................... Patrolman
Amanda Davies ................. Nena
Barbara Iley .................. Television Commentator
Cynthia Songe ................. 2nd Reporter
Warren Miller ................. Harger
With:
Jon Locke ..................... Cigar Smoker
Brent Davis ................... 1st Reporter
Paul Coufos ................... Pilot
Witnesses claim that Dr. Welles and his assistant were beamed aboard a UFO.

3.16 [51] The Bionic Woman: SANCTUARY EARTH
prod. no. 47444 / 11Feb78 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Craig Schiller / Associate Producer Arnold F. Turner
Written by Rudolph Borchert
( with Craig Schiller, Tom and Helen August on copyright)
Directed by Ernest Pintoff
Director of Photography: Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Christopher Stone ............. Chris (recurring)
Helen Hunt .................... Aura
Special Guest Stars:
Jim Hager ..................... Verm
Jon Hager ..................... Dier
With: (end credits)
David Matthau ................. Belden
Jaime comes to aid of an interplanetary princess who is a fugitive from an interstellar war.

3.17 [52] The Bionic Woman: DEADLY MUSIC
prod. no. 47452 / 18Feb78 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Ralph Sariego / Associate Producer Arnold F. Turner
Written by Lionel E. Siegel and Conner Everts
Directed by Thomas Connors III
Guest Stars:
Frank Converse ................ Jed Kimball
Henry Darrow .................. Anton Dasovic
Chip Lucia .................... Ritter
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Ellenstein ............. Henry Klempt
James Crittenden .............. Marsden
With:
Roger Cruz .................... Frank Dade
Darrow Igus ................... Reese
Michael Boyle ................. Crewman
Greg Barnett .................. Steve
Jaime joins a group of deep sea divers who have been targeted for murder.

3.18 [53] The Bionic Woman: WHICH ONE IS JAIME?
no. 47454 / 25Feb78 NBC Sat
Producer: Ralph Sariego
written by Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell
directed by Jack Arnold
director of photography: Frederick Gately
Guest Cast:
Brock Peters .................. Jack Stratton
Jennifer Darling .............. Callahan
Sam Chew ...................... Mark Russell
Regis J. Cordic ............... Roger Fowler
James B. Sikking .............. Ray Burns
Robert Feero .................. Eddie Dwyer
Adrien Royce .................. Julie
Marcus Mukai .................. Colin Lee
Peggy is accidentally kidnapped by thugs after Jaime.

3.19 [54] The Bionic Woman: OUT OF BODY
prod. no. 47436 / 4Mar78 NBC Sat
Executive Producer Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Joseph D'Agosta (on film) Ralph Sariego (on copyright)
Teleplay by Steven E. DeSouza / Story by Steven E. DeSouza & Deborah Blum
Directed by Ernest Pintoff
Director of Photography: Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Nehemiah Persoff .............. Philip Jennings
Richard Lynch ................. Denton
Antony Ponzini ................ Mauro
and:
Charlie Hill .................. Tommy Littlehorse
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Allan Magicovsky .............. Jacoby
Barbara Baldavin .............. The Nurse
With:
Jeannie Newburn ............... Mother
Agustin Vallejo ............... Father
A telepathic Indian boy is tricked into stealing a bomb.

3.20 [55] The Bionic Woman: LONG LIVE THE KING
prod. no. 47438 / 25Mar78 NBC Sat
Produced by Ralph Sariego / Associate Producer Craig Schiller
Written by David Ketchum and Anthony DiMarco (on film)
(also written by Mel Goldberg, Tom & Helen August - on copyright)
Directed by Gwen Arner
Guest Stars:
John Reilly ................... Sam Sloan
Carmen Argenziano ............. King Kusari
Charles M. Cioffi .............
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Madison Arnold ................ John
Lou Tiano ..................... Nick
René Assa ..................... Kia
Stanley Brock ................. Wally
with:
Dov Gottesfeld ................ Sharokah
Rachel Bard ................... Lynette
Elise Cattlin ................. Beth
Brian Burgess ................. Byron
Jaime becomes the social secretary for a visitng king who does not want protection against a planned assassination.

3.21 [56] The Bionic Woman: RANCHO OUTCAST
prod. no. 47407 / 6May78 NBC Sat
Executive Produced by Lionel E. Siegel / Produced by Arthur Rowe / Associate Producer David G. Phinney
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Ivan Dixon
Director of Photography: Vincent A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Keenan Wynn ................... Gustave
Donald Calla .................. Petrie "The Weasel" Regan
Diane Civita .................. Madeline
Henry Kingi ................... One Eyed One
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Easton ................. Colonel
With:
Dave Cass ..................... Janos
George Kee Cheung ..............2nd Agent
A convict hopes to make points with the parole board by leading Jaime to a master thief.

3.22 [57] The Bionic Woman: ON THE RUN (final episode)(good episode)
prod. no. 47455 / 13May78 NBC Sat
Produced by Arthur Rowe
Written by Steven E. DeSouza
Directed by Tom Blank
Director of Photography: Vincent A. Martinelli.
Guest Stars:
Christopher Stone ............. Chris Williams
Skip Homeier .................. Renshaw
And:
Andrew Duggan ................. Parr
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Linda Wiser ................... Sarah
Juno Dawson ................... Agent Harding
Mariel Aragon ................. Reiko
Johnny Timko .................. Tommy
With:
Bob Benedetti ................. Balloon ma
Assassins come after Jaime when she resigns from the OSI.

############## The Bionic Woman ##############
############ Revival TV Movies ###############
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[TVM1] The Return of
The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman
(2hr TV Movie)
17May87
Cast:
Lee Majors .................... Steve Austin
Lindsay Wagner ................ Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson .............. Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks .............. Rudy Wells
Martin Landau ................. Lyle Stenning
Garry Lockwood
Tom Schanley .................. Michael Austin
Lee Majors II ................. Jim Castillian
Scott Kraft ................... Nick
Bryan Cransteon ............... Shepherd
Keith Farrell ................. Jim Matlon
Phil Nordell .................. Christopher
Pamela Bryant ................. Girl
Cathy McGhoohan ............... Secretary
Deborah White ................. Sally
Kewena Jensen ................. Magen
Michele Minailo ............... Holly
Julie H. Morgan ............... Hostess
William Campbell
Robert Hoy
Will Bledsoe
Cheryl McMannis
Patrick Pankhurst
Bob Seagren
Susan Woollen
Steve Austin and Jaime are coaxed out of retirement to capture a criminal after the secret of their bionics.
Steve's son, Michael Austin, also joins his father as a bionic man when the jet plane he was piloting crashes.

[TVM2] Bionic Showdown:
The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman
(2hr TV Movie)
30Apr89
Directed by Alan J. Levi.
Cast:
Lee Majors .................... Steve Austin
Lindsay Wagner ................ Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson .............. Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks .............. Rudy Wells
Robert Lansing ................ Gen. McAllister
Lee Majors II ................. Jim Castillian
Sandra Bullock ................ Katie
Jeff Yagher ................... Jimmy Goodman
Geraint Wyn Davies ............ Alan Devlin
Carolyn Dunn .................. Sally
Jack Blum ..................... Larry
Andrew R. Dan ................. Kellagvn
Marcia Levine ................. Tanya
Robert McClure ................ Williams
David Netman .................. Peter
Steve Pernie .................. Russ
Steve Morris .................. Announcer
Lawrence Dane
Josef Sommer
Steve and Jaime are recruited to thwart a bionic assassin's plot to create chaos at the Russian-American Unity Games.

[TVM3] Bionic Ever After? ( aka Bionic Breakdown ) (2hr TV Movie)
29Nov94
Lindsay Wagner
Lee Majors
Richard Anderson
Martin E. Brooks
Lee Majors II
Farrah Forke
Anne Lockhart
Jamie's plans to marry Steve are disrupted when her bionics begin to malfunction, so a disappointed Steve agrees
to handle the problem of a terrorist threatening a tennis pro who wants to defect.

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