The Six Million Dollar Man

Season 1 Episode 3

Wine, Women and War

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 20, 1973 on ABC
7.6
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Wine, Women and War
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Steve is assigned to stop weapons dealer Findletter, who claims to have a Polaris nuclear missile for sale. Along the way, he must deal with Soviet agents Alexi and Katrina and stop Findletter's hijacking of a newly launched submarine.

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  • The Bionic James Bond

    5.0
    This second tryout for the bionic man is nothing more than

    an uninspired OO7-like story and setting (Bond girl Britt Ekland included).



    The sets look cheap and all along the episodes the editing is strange or plainly bad.



    On the positive side is the introduction of Oscar Goldman, Steve's "boss" and very well played by Richard Anderson. Caring and cynic in one, the power of government is felt behind this character.



    The best scenes in this episode are the one where we learn to know the man Steve, when he interacts with his "friends/collegues" Donner and Holland. Notice the other second roles by David McCallum and Lee Bergere.



    Maybe the evil armsdealer should have worn an eyepatch to stay in theme...moreless
  • Steve is doing better with his new body.

    9.6
    After returning from a mission, Steve wants a vacation. Oscar (first appearance) sends him on a mission without his knowledge. After some misadventures with an old Russian cosmonaut friend, Steve carries out his mission with usual style.



    This was the first episode in the 90 minute versions following the pilot. It was well done and shows Steve trying to cope with his 'differences'. We learn about a 'Moonshot'-a real drink from the Kennedy Space Center "guaranteed to put you in smooth orbit".



    We see Oscar Goldman for the first time played brilliantly by Richard Anderson.



    Majors is working on his character and he is doing well toward his cool image as 'the Bionic Man'.moreless
Lee Majors

Lee Majors

Colonel Steve Austin

Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Oscar Goldman

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

Dr. Rudy Wells (2nd Pilot - Season 2)

Britt Ekland

Britt Ekland

Katrina Volana

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Eric Braeden

Eric Braeden

Arlen Findletter

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Earl Holliman

Earl Holliman

Harry Donner

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