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  • Actors: Lee Majors, Richard Anderson, Jennifer Darling, Alan Oppenheimer, Lindsay Wagner
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Fabulous Films Limited
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Feb. 2013
  • Run Time: 1013 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00ADSR980
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,948 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Complete first season of the classic action series. Astronaut and test pilot Steve Austin (Lee Majors) is almost killed in a plane crash. Fortunately for him, the government has the technology to rebuild him with experimental bionic parts, giving him super-speed and strength. To repay the government for their help, Steve joins the Office of Scientific Investigation and uses his superpowers to help fight crime, espionage, and space aliens. In this series, Steve investigates the death of an entire population of a small town, helps two trapped austronauts stranded in a crippled capsule, and foils the plans of a laser-weilding terrorist to kill the combined heads of state at a Paris meeting. Episodes are: 'The Moon and the Desert (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'Wine, Women and War (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'The Solid Gold Kidnapping (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'Population Zero'; 'Survival of the Fittest'; 'Operation Firefly'; 'Day of the Robot'; 'Little Orphan Airplane'; 'Doomsday, and Counting'; 'Eyewitness To Murder'; 'The Rescue of Athena One'; 'Dr Wells Is Missing'; 'The Last of the Fourth of Julys'; 'Burning Bright'; 'The Coward'; and 'Run Steve, Run!'.


When astronaut and Air Force Colonel Steve Austin is almost killed in a horrific plane crash, the US government decides to rebuild him with experimental cybernetic parts which give him superhuman strength, speed, agility and the ability to see considerable distances.

To pay the Government back the $6,000,000 it cost to rebuild him, Austin becomes a secret operative for the Office of Scientific Investigation (OSI), using his superpowers to investigate crime, espionage, space aliens and fight injustice wherever it is found.

This box set includes all 13 episodes from Season One as well as the three pilot episodes, entitled:
The Moon and The Desert part 1 & 2
Wine, Woman and War part 1 & 2
The Solid Gold Kidnapping part 1 & 2 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By An Amazon Customer on 28 Jun. 2006
Format: DVD
Universal's DVD release of Season One of "The Six Million Dollar Man"(1973-74), starring Lee Majors is about average with Universal's other boxsets of their catalog pieces from the 1970's. Obviously, no restoration work has been done, much like "The Incredible Hulk" and "Kolchak-The Night Stalker". The six, single-sided discs, includes the original 13 episodes plus 3 two-part episodes, which were tele-plays/pilots that were converted into 2 part episodes for syndication. The digi-pack case has a glossy finish with various photos from the series and a brief description for each story. Video quality is superior to a VHS cassette or what you'd expect from the Sci-Fi Channel, but little more. Yes, there are film defects, blurry shots, some dirt and noise at times, but it is typical of something from this period and is not too distracting, once you are absorbed by each scintilating plot, including guest appearances by John Saxon, Lindsay Wagner and Farrah Fawcett. Audio is a typical mono track, nothing to write home about, but clear. Each disc has an animated menu, displaying a montage of Steve Austin, doing his schtick, while an EKG monitor line bounces in the background, giving you the option to play an individual episode or "Play All". There are NO extras whatsoever, except for a paper insert advertising other releases. With few exceptions, this is a typical Universal Studios(Care of Playback) release. Could it be better? Certainly. Are we likely to see a restoration job? Doubtful. So, in the mean time, with a anniversary/special edition set seeming far in the distance, if ever,(rumor has it, that a better release will occur side by side the release of the tentative theatrical spoof, now in planning) this set is acceptable for the nostalgic.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By William Smith on 14 Sept. 2007
Format: DVD
I live about an hours drive from where this show was filmed, and yet here's the road I had to travel to watch this set; firstly I waited about 9 years, since I believe I bought my first dvd tv boxset in 1998, and I waited for this. Then I kept waiting... Then I was clicking around one day, maybe a year ago, or was it two(?), And discovered Amazon UK has the Six Million Dollar Man Season One on DVD! Only to realize I could never play a R2 disc on a R1 player, so I passed. Again. Fastward to maybe a week ago, after having watched half of the Fall Guy S1 on DVD: I think: I simply MUST have the SMDM on DVD--I MUST!! MUST!!! So.... I investigate Region 2 players. They seem to vary in price as much as quality and since this set and the Bionic Woman may be the only shows I ABSOLUTELY have to have in my life I would import, it seemed a bit of a waste to BUY an entire unit to watch them on.... so in my mind I passed.. AGAIN. :/ However that same page had a review link to a cheapy player I already own "customers who bought this region 2 player also bought this" (my player). So I clicked... I found more than reviews of my cheapy Cyberhome player, I found a way to turn it into a Region 0 player, or more to the heart, a Region 2 player!! YES!! So in essence I already owned the player, the rest was a slamdunk. I quickly ordered the SMDM Season One set and hoped and prayed that the method to turn my player into a region free player actually worked.... I can say, it did.

I must say I had not watched an entire episode of this show since I was a child of the 70's. Still, the memories lingered, and while I have had my memories charred to a crisp by shows that didn't live up to higher expectations I can say, Steve Austin is more than a man barely alive, he's also a marvel.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Shanley VINE VOICE on 24 April 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Its great to have the first season of "The Six Million Dollar Man" on DVD but why it wasn't remastered like "The Bionic Woman" bizarre!

Lee Majors is ideal as the down to earth austronaut Steve Austin horrifically injured in the pilot.

The pilot "The Moon and The Desert"is shown in its enterity rather than the edited vhs copy I've had for years,the scene where Steve attempts suicide is still moving as is the scene when Steve rescues a child from a burning car and damages his bionic arm,making the mother of the boy ask,"What are you?"

"Wine Woman and War" has some much needed humour injected into it but is missing the groovy one off 70s credits with the song "He's The Man" sung by Dusty Springfield cut out although the song is played at the end.

Some of the stories do drag in places and seeing these early epiosodes its clear more humour was added later.

"Survival Of The Fittest" is a good story about a plane crash and and an assassin out to kill Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson)reused in "The Bionic Woman" as "Fly Jaime" with Dr.Rudy Wells(Martin E.Brooks) as the target.

"Day of The Robot" sees the debut of Dr.Dolenz who returns another two times to thrawt Steve and Oscar.

Lee Major's wife at the time,Farrah Fawcett-Majors makes a guest appearance in "The Rescue of Anthea One" very straight laced and mostly hair up,very different from her later role as the bubbly Jill Munroe in "Charlie's Angels".

William Shatner makes a rare guest appearance in "Burning Bright" as a fellow austronaut affected by an electrical field in space that gives him amazing powers,Steve's grief at his eventual death played very well by Lee Majors.
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