The Six Million Dollar Man Reviews & Ratings

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Injured astronaut Steve Austin gains amazing powers to battle crime after receiving experimental limbs in this cult series, which inspired a wave of superhero shows in the 1970s. The ABC adventure originated as a trio of TV-movies in 1973, before joining the weekly schedule in January 1974. `The Six Million Dollar Man' spawned the equally successful `Bionic Woman' with Lindsay Wagner as Steve's female counterpart and sometime love interest. The cyborg couple appeared in three reunion flicks.
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Dec 22, 2014 7:59PM EST
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If you've ever seen someone run in slow motion while saying ching-ching-ching-ching...this is that show! This was the best Hollywood could do at the time and it's fun to see how much of the science they made up actually works and a lot of it is on our smartphones. Good plots, good characters, lots of action, this show is an all-time classic.

If you've ever seen someone run in slow motion while saying ching-ching-ching-ching...this is that show! This was the best Hollywood could do at the time and it's fun to see how much of the science they made up actually works and a lot of it is on our smartphones. Good plots, good characters, lots of action, this show is an all-time classic.

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Nov 27, 2014 12:18PM EST
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Oh gosh this brings back great childhood memories of fabulous shows

Oh gosh this brings back great childhood memories of fabulous shows

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Feb 1, 2017 1:04AM EST
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Already a Lee Majors fan (Heath Barkley on The Big Valley), so of course I watched this. Good writing and acting. Well thought out concept on what limitations his bionic enhancements had.

Already a Lee Majors fan (Heath Barkley on The Big Valley), so of course I watched this. Good writing and acting. Well thought out concept on what limitations his bionic enhancements had.

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Jun 19, 2015 2:19PM EDT
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This show is based on the movie with the same title. Lee Majors is refitted with bionic bodyparts after a disatrous crash. After his upgrade he becomes a nearly unstoppable agent, giving the bad guys some taste of the future. This show and the movie is from the mid-70's and there are quite some moments I had to smirk when I watched it for the first time in the 90's. But in retrospect, this show was ahead of its time: Robocop, Universal Soldier, Cyborg or the amazing clasic Blade Runner came much later. It was not great, but nice - but I myself liked Majors in "The Fall Guys" better, no bionics, but his GMC was so cool.

This show is based on the movie with the same title. Lee Majors is refitted with bionic bodyparts after a disatrous crash. After his upgrade he becomes a nearly unstoppable agent, giving the bad guys some taste of the future. This show and the movie is from the mid-70's and there are quite some moments I had to smirk when I watched it for the first time in the 90's. But in retrospect, this show was ahead of its time: Robocop, Universal Soldier, Cyborg or the amazing clasic Blade Runner came much later. It was not great, but nice - but I myself liked Majors in "The Fall Guys" better, no bionics, but his GMC was so cool.