The Six Million Dollar Man

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The Six Million Dollar Man movie poster.

TV Series (1974-1978)
French title : L'Homme qui valait trois milliards
French (Québec) title : L'Homme de Six Millons

Lee Majors (Steve Austin)
Richard Anderson (Oscar Goldman)
Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells, seasons 1 & 2)
Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells, seasons 3 to 5)

An astronaut testing a prototype is badly wounded during the crash. Ear, eye, arm and the both legs are lost and are replaced by bionic parts. Steve Austin is now ready to protect the american citizens.


Northrop HL-10

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Northrop M2-F2

On May 10, 1967, during the 16th glide flight, a landing accident severely damaged the vehicle and seriously injured the NASA pilot, Bruce Peterson. The opening sequence used this crash's film footage.

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Season One

Boeing 707-138B

Ep. 1.02 Survival of the Fittest
Registration N790SA c/n 17697-39 actually with Standard Airways livery (on lease from SR-Gross), but fictionalized under the colors of Trans Pacific.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N790SA Boeing 707-138B of Standard Airways.
Reg.N790SA Boeing 707-138B of Standard Airways.
Reg.N790SA Boeing 707-138B of Standard Airways.

Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar

Ep. 1.02 Survival of the Fittest
One of the 55 Fairchild C-119B Flying Boxcar built under the rules of the USAF. Note the dropping through the hatch despite the rear door open.

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Season Two

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Ep. 2.19 The Bionic Woman
Registration N5794A, c/n 28394.
Shot used again in Ep. 3.22 of The Bionic Woman.

6MDM 2-19 N5784A.jpg
6MDM 2-19 N5784A jump.jpg

Season Four

Bell 206B JetRanger II

Ep. 4.01 The Return of Bigfoot
Registration N30DB, c/n 1299.
Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

6MDM 4-01 Bell-206B.jpg

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