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The Bionic Woman (1976 - 1978)

The Bionic Woman (1976 - 1978)






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The Six-Million Dollar Man's former fiancée gets bionic and undertakes perilous missions for a covert government agency in this two-year spin-off from ABC's comic-book adventure hit. Like astronaut Steve Austin, Jaime Sommers' superhuman powers came courtesy of electronic body parts that replaced both of her legs, her right arm and her right ear. When the series moved to NBC in 1977, Jaime was joined by Max, a bionic German Shepherd.

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1977, ABC/NBC, 22 episodes

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1976, ABC/NBC, 22 episodes

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1976, ABC/NBC, 14 episodes


Lindsay Wagner
as Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson
as Oscar Goldman
Ford Rainey
as Jim Elgin
Martin E. Brooks
as Dr. Rudy Wells
Martha Scott
as Helen Elgin
Sam Chew Jr.
as Russell
John Houseman
as Dr. Franklin
Don Porter
as Dr. Courtney
Jack Kelly
as Charles Keys
Michael Burns
as Carl Franklin
James Olson
as Rod Kyler
Jack Ging
as Hanson
Paul Shenar
as Dr. Cory
Barry Sullivan
as Dr. Hatch
Kip Niven
as Donald Harris
Norman Fell
as Bigelow
Henry Darrow
as Dasovic
Brock Peters
as Stratton
Robert Loggia
as Ali Ben Gazim
Don Calfa
as Petie `The Weasel' Regan
John Elerick
as Sanders
Jeff Corey
as Bearclaw
Rick Lenz
as Michael Marchetti
Dan O'Herlihy
as Harry Walker
Corinne Michaels
as Lynda Wilson
Skip Homeier
as Gregory
Katherine Helmond
as Dr. Harkens
Warren Kemmerling
as Warden Cooper
Ed Nelson
as Lucky Harrison
Vincent Price
as Manfred/Cyrus
Doc Severinsen
as Muffin Calhoun
Richard Lenz
as Marchetti
Kathleen Nolan
as Mother Superior
Ben Piazza
as Rayker
Alejandro Rey
as Scappini
Lew Ayres
as Cooper
Neile Adams
as Valerie
Bert Parks
as Ray Raymond
Sam Groom
as Maj. John Cross
René Assa
as Major-domo
Al Hansen
as Trucker
Roy Poole
as Dr. Boylin
Helen Craig
as Mrs. Belding
Bo Brundin
as Emil Laslo
Ed Walsh
as Zanetos
Ellen Geer
as Sister Barbara
Howard McGillin
as Sgt. Woods
Joan Pringle
as Leona Mombassa
Lynn Carlin
as Norma Fisk
Don Gordon
as Morgan
Norma Connolly
as Mrs. Noah
Jack Colvin
as Baron Constantine
James Karen
as George Morehouse
Terry Kiser
as Mathews
Lance Kerwin
as Ishmail
Sam Jaffe
as Admiral Ricter
Jim Hager
as Soldier
Abe Vigoda
as Barlow
John Quade
as Hawkins
Frank Marth
as Bill Robbins
W.T. Zacha
as Raines
Sandy Ward
as Colonel Banning
Hoyt Axton
as Buckley
Jeff David
as Vanovic
Cassie Yates
as Miss Florida
Catherine Burns
as Sister Beverly
Philip Carey
as Major Andrews
Pepe Hern
as Pineda
Marj Dusay
as Dr. Brandes
Teddy Wilson
as Warner Williams
Will Hare
as Harley
Gary Crosby
as Stage Manager
James Hong
as Kurosawa
Dave Cass
as Janos
J. Jay Saunders
as Captain Anders
John Lawrence
as Sergeant Roberts
Roger Cruz
as Frank Dade
Jack Garner
as Sheriff
Jason Evers
as Radnick
Bert Kramer
as Penn Mathers
Dran Hamilton
as Sister Margo
Ron Hayes
as Father Thomas
Roger Til
as Rochette
Felice Orlandi
as Juan Robles
Keenan Wynn
as Gustave
Ed Vasgersian
as Technician
Sandy Kenyon
as Dr. Sanders
Juno Dawson
as Agent Harding
Amy Joyce
as Rosignano
Julie Newmar
as Claudette
Robert Ellenstein
as Henry Klempt
Frank Cala
as Steinhauer
Arch Johnson
as Commissioner Hart
Rachel Bard
as Lynette
Ben Wright
as Fournier
Tony Giorgio
as Creighton
James McEachin
as Captain Godfrey
William Boyett
as Captain Blank
Don Fenwick
as Ohanian
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC/NBC
Premiere Date: Jan 14, 1976
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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