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Steve ist Astronaut und verliert bei einem Absturz einige Körperteile. Durch eine sechs Millionen Dollar teure Operation werden Prothesen hergestellt, die Steve übermenschliche Kräfte schenken. Von nun an ist er als Geheimagent unterwegs. Der Sechs-Millionen-Dollar-Mann (Originaltitel: The Six Million Dollar Man) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie. Zwischen 19wurden Er gehörte unter seinem Namenszusatz The Million Dollar Man zu den bekanntesten Akteuren im Wrestlinggeschäft der er und frühen er Jahre. Six Million Dollar Man Season Four [9 DVDs] [UK Import]. 4,7 von 5 Sternen The Six Million Dollar Man The Bionic Adventures of astronaut Steve Austin. we all know The premise Austin his mortally injured in a Test flight and They can.

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Übersicht mit allen Folgen. Die tote Stadt. Nachfolger: Magnum T. Wells schafft so in einer noch teureren Operation die Sieben-Millionen-Dollar-Frau mit ebenfalls zwei bionischen Beinen und einem bionischen Arm, aber Superohr statt Auge , die dann ebenfalls für die Regierung in ähnlichen Missionen im Einsatz ist.

While there he became a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. However, due to an injury in his senior year, he later dropped out of college to begin a career in professional wrestling.

He made his professional wrestling debut as a referee in June in the Amarillo territory owned by the Funks. He then went to the Mid-South territory of Bill Watts being promoted as the son of Iron Mike in where he wrestled for four years.

His first match was a loss against Danny Hodge. He was awarded the short-lived North American Championship , becoming the title's first champion.

DiBiase also spent time in the Georgia area where he had an early face run. One legendary angle had DiBiase enduring four piledrivers one on the concrete floor and three in the ring administered in the WTBS studio arena by The Fabulous Freebirds before his tag team partner, Tommy "Wildfire" Rich , threw in the towel the angle of DiBiase being badly injured was so real the TBS studio audience could be seen crying.

Rich and DiBiase later feuded, leading to a loser leaves town match which DiBiase won, but instead of Rich leaving the area, he donned a mask calling himself "Mister R.

Both DiBiase and Rich left the territory shortly thereafter. Aligning with Skandor Akbar , Dibiase caused a riff with the group, namely Duggan.

The two would feud until DiBiase lost a loser leaves town match. Typically, his matches ended with the use of a "loaded" black glove, which he pulled from his tights to "knock out" his opponent when the referee was not looking.

DiBiase was eventually convinced by WWF to sign up despite the fact that he would not be told his gimmick until after he agreed, under the promise that it was something that would receive a serious push.

Two months later, on November 13, , DiBiase and Hansen would be stripped of the title so it could be put on the line for the World's Strongest Tag Determination League.

DiBiase would enter the tournament, but would only wrestle one match, on November 14, where he and Hansen defeated Tracey Smothers and Richard Slinger [22] before he suffered neck and back injuries which forced him out of the tournament Giant Baba ended up replacing him.

He came out to the ring to announce to those in attendance that it was only fitting that he was now competing in the WWF. The referee had to force DiBiase to leave before there was a confrontation.

He went on to lose two additional house show confrontations to The Gang. Dibiase would tag-team with Sam Houston on June 26 against The One Man Gang and Ron Bass Houston had run in to assist DiBiase against The Gang at one of the earlier house show matches ; towards the end of the match, DiBiase kayfabe turned on and attacked Houston after Houston missed a dropkick on Bass, leaving him to get double-teamed and pinned.

His actions during the match served to effectively turn Dibiase heel, right before the onscreen debut of his new gimmick.

He would now be known as "The Million Dollar Man", a millionaire who wore a gold-studded, dollar-sign-covered suit and, in time, a custom-made, diamond-encrusted and self-awarded " Million Dollar Championship " belt.

DiBiase had a bodyguard by the name of Virgil , who was also by his side during his matches and vignettes. The name of DiBiase's finishing move, the Million Dollar Dream in which someone is put to sleep , was also supposedly meant to be an insult to Dusty Rhodes, who was named the American Dream.

DiBiase claimed "Everybody has a price" demonstrating his "power" through a series of vignettes in which he did things such as bribe the manager of a local swimming pool to close for the day so he could have the pool to himself, or when the honeymoon suite in a hotel was already booked, he bribed the desk clerk to have the couple already in there thrown out.

In reality, DiBiase's road travel was deliberately booked for first-class airplane flights and five-star hotel accommodations, and he was given a stipend of petty cash from the WWF Offices so that he could "throw money around" in public i.

Other times, DiBiase invited fans including a young Rob Van Dam and a then-unknown Linda McMahon [27] to perform humiliating acts such as kissing his feet for money.

After the 14th bounce, DiBiase kicked the ball away, sending the boy home without pay; however, according to his autobiography, everybody who wasn't paid on-camera was paid off-camera.

Virgil, however, would more often than not retrieve the discarded bill from the wrestler's mouth. His first big in-ring angle came in late on an episode of Superstars of Wrestling , where he announced his plan to buy the WWF World Heavyweight Championship from Hulk Hogan , as Hogan refused and said that DiBiase would have to defeat him in the ring for the championship belt.

This was the match of the infamous "who is the true Dave Hebner" debacle. However, WWF President Jack Tunney declared DiBiase was not the champion, as he did not win the title by pin or submission, and said that because Andre had surrendered the title, it was therefore vacant.

DiBiase claimed that Hercules was his slave but started feuding with him after Hercules turned face. He eliminated Hercules from the main event at Survivor Series.

At the Royal Rumble in , DiBiase purchased the 30 entrance spot from Akeem to become the final entrant in the match. DiBiase offered Studd a bribe to eliminate himself, but Studd eliminated him to win the match.

DiBiase put Roberts out of action for several months with a neck injury. The storyline was created so Roberts could get surgery on his back from the guitar attack from The Honky Tonk Man a year earlier.

DiBiase lost the match when he accidentally hit Zeus and was pinned by Hogan with a small package.

DiBiase eliminated Roberts after pinning him with help from Virgil before being pinned himself by Hogan. In , he was punished for buying 30 in the previous year's Royal Rumble.

For his punishment, he was forced to enter as entrant 1. He eliminated two opponents before he was eliminated by The Ultimate Warrior.

This led to Rhodes and DiBiase feuding throughout the end of into the beginning of He, however, was eliminated in the main event by Hogan.

DiBiase said about Undertaker's debut "nobody knew him, at the time if you know how this works they were using my celebrity and me introducing The Undertaker was helping him get over.

He wasn't 'The Phenom' then he was just a new kid on the card, this new character The Undertaker and of course he grew in to be one of the greatest attractions the WWE has ever had.

At the time it wasn't a big deal to me, I was just doing my job. During this time Dibiase started to develop a real-life disdain for the Warrior and would later become very vocal about it both in behind the scenes interviews and in his autobiography.

Virgil instead hit DiBiase with the belt, turning face. Sensational Sherri , who earlier in the night had turned on a losing Randy Savage, came down midway through the match to help DiBiase and became his full-time valet.

DiBiase lost the Million Dollar Championship to Virgil at SummerSlam when Virgil smashed his head into an exposed turnbuckle and pinned him to get the victory.

DiBiase participated in the King of the Ring tournament drawing with Ricky Steamboat in the first round. DiBiase and Steamboat would battle to a time-limit draw with neither man advancing in the tournament.

At Survivor Series , he was one of the contestants eliminated from his match. Schyster IRS. Their first reign came on February 7, , when they defeated The Legion of Doom for the titles.

On July 20, they lost the title to the Natural Disasters. This title change led to a feud with The Nasty Boys , who were originally scheduled for the title shot.

DiBiase and IRS lost the match by count-out and thus retained the titles once more. DiBiase participated in the Royal Rumble match, entering at 4 before eventually being eliminated by The Undertaker.

DiBiase and IRS attacked Beefcake after the match and slammed his face which had been surgically repaired following a windsailing accident with a briefcase.

Money Inc. DiBiase and IRS retained their titles by disqualification after Hogan used Beefcake's protective face mask as a weapon.

They feuded with the Steiner Brothers Rick and Scott and had a series of title exchanges. They would regain the titles on June 16 at a live event but lost them back to the Steiners three days later on June 19 at another live event.

The Kid had scored an upset pinfall against a cocky Ramon, causing DiBiase to mock Ramon and tell him he would show him how it was done.

Austin plans to rescue his friend and boss despite Oscar's own orders When an object tracks across the sky and lands in a remote area in Wyoming, Oscar and Steve arrive on the scene and find that a Russian space probe built to withstand the extreme Venus environment With time running out, Steve must do anything he can to disable the Russian space probe in spite of the fact that it is virtually indestructible and has numerous inventive capabilities that it uses From a sardonic doctor and a teen werewolf to some very different detectives, we've got four iconic TV shows for you to stream now on Prime Video.

Watch the video. After fully recovering from her nearly fatal bout of bionic rejection, Jaime Sommers, the first female cyborg, is assigned to spy missions of her own.

After an astronaut and test pilot is catastrophically mutilated in a test plane crash, he is rebuilt and equipped with nuclear powered bionic limbs and implants.

A wealthy mystery man named Charlie runs a detective agency via a speakerphone and his personal assistant, John Bosley. His detectives are three beautiful women, who end up in a variety of difficult situations.

The adventures of a film stuntman who moonlights as a bounty hunter when movie work is slow. A lone crimefighter battles the forces of evil with the help of a virtually indestructible and artificially intelligent supercar.

As part of a deal with an intelligence agency to look for his missing brother, a renegade pilot goes on missions with an advanced battle helicopter.

Four Vietnam vets, framed for a crime they didn't commit, help the innocent while on the run from the military.

When ace test pilot Colonel Steve Austin's ship crashed, he was nearly dead. Deciding that "we have the technology to rebuild this man", the government decides to rebuild Austin, augmenting him with cybernetic parts which give him superhuman strength and speed.

Austin becomes a secret operative, fighting injustice where it is found. With a good, solid, realistic in treatment psychologically and artistically , pilot produced and directed by David Irving and starring Martin Balsam as Dr.

Rudy Wells see H. Larson with a dreadful main title and a horrible song by Dusty Springfield in which Steve Austin is a kind of reluctant second-rate James Bond whose mission ends with an atomic explosion.

The series really finds its format with the third pilot: "The Solid Gold Kidnapping" with Jack Cole's famous techno medical main title made with footages from the two pilots, video effects and body animations.

During the middle of season 1, the music department decided to add sound effects from Universal's stock music library to highlight the bionic motions some were already used in a previous series like the E.

The series had three Dr. Boyle and Lionel E. Cramer were in the line of the pilots and then occurs the transitory season 3 in , the main composer Oliver Nelson and the music supervisor Hal Mooney left, a season 4 with some drastic changes bad writers and producers, the lead wears a ridiculous thin moustache, Goldman has a new office's decoration and the music is composed and renewed by J.

Johnson and therefore an un-inspired season 5 without Harve Bennett in which the protagonist wears a pre-"Fall Guy" haircut.

The first pilot shows an offhand and rebel Steve Austin who refuses his injured disabled condition even try to commit suicide and his involvement in the scientifical department of the C.

From season 2, we are introduced to another bionic man: paranoid auto racing Barney Miller with a season 3 sequel in "The Seven Million Dollar Man", and a woman: tennis champ Jaimie Sommers, in a two-parter with a season 3 sequel too in "The Bionic Woman".

From that point, the show slips into cheap bionic new products Bigfoot, boy, dog with a comic book leaning.

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Rudy Wells, was played in the pilot by Martin Balsam , then on an occasional basis in the series by Alan Oppenheimer , and, finally, as a series regular, by Martin E.

Austin did not use the enhanced capabilities of his bionic eye during the first TV movie. The first movie was a major ratings success and was followed by two more made-for-TV movies in October and November as part of ABC's rotating Movie of the Week series.

The first of these two bore strong resemblances to Caidin's second Cyborg novel, Operation Nuke ; the second, however, was an original story.

The last two movies, produced by Glen A. Larson , notably introduced a James Bond flavor to the series and reinstated Austin's status from the novels as an Air Force colonel; the hour-long series, produced by Harve Bennett , dispensed with the James Bond-gloss of the movies, and portrayed a more down-to-earth Austin.

Majors said of Austin, "[He] hates He finds it repugnant, degrading. If he's a James Bond, he's the most reluctant one we've ever had. The show was very popular during its run and introduced several pop culture elements of the s, such as the show's opening catchphrase "We can rebuild him; we have the technology," voiced over by Richard Anderson in his role of Oscar Goldman , the slow motion action sequences, and the accompanying "electronic" sound effects.

The slow motion action sequences were originally referred to as " Kung Fu slow motion" in popular culture due to its use in the s martial arts television series.

In , a two-part episode titled "The Bionic Woman", written for television by Kenneth Johnson , introduced the lead character Jaime Sommers played by Lindsay Wagner , a professional tennis player who rekindled an old romance with Austin, only to experience a parachuting accident that resulted in her being given bionic parts similar to Austin.

Ultimately, her body "rejected" her bionic hardware and she died. The character was very popular, however, and the following season it was revealed that she had actually survived, having been saved by an experimental cryogenic procedure, and she was given her own spin-off series, The Bionic Woman.

This spin-off ran until when both it and The Six Million Dollar Man were simultaneously cancelled, though the two series were on different networks when their final seasons aired.

Brooks, and Lindsay Wagner reprising the role of Jaime Sommers. The first two movies were written in the anticipation of creating new bionic characters in their own series, but nothing further was seen of the new characters introduced in those produced.

The third TV movie was intended as a finale. The dialogue spoken by actor Lee Majors during the opening credits is based upon communication prior to the M2-F2 crash that occurred on May 10, "Flight com, I can't hold her!

She's breaking up! She's break—". In the opening sequence, a narrator series producer Harve Bennett identifies the protagonist, "Steve Austin, astronaut.

A man barely alive. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world's first bionic man.

Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. We can make him better than he was. The song was also used in the promotion of the series, but when the weekly series began the song was replaced by the instrumental theme by Oliver Nelson.

The first regular episode, "Population: Zero", introduced a new element to the opening sequence: a voiceover by Oscar Goldman stating the rationale behind creating a bionic man.

The first season narration was shorter than that used in the second and subsequent seasons. To maintain the show's plausibility, producer Kenneth Johnson set very specific limits on Steve Austin's abilities.

They can jump down three stories but not four. The implants have a major flaw in that extreme cold interferes with their functions and can disable them given sufficient exposure.

However, when Austin returns to a warmer temperature, the implants quickly regain full functionality.

The first season also established that Austin's bionics malfunction in the micro-gravity of space, though Austin's bionics are later modified to rectify this.

The bionic eye is vulnerable to ultrasonic attack, resulting in blindness and dizziness. It is not explained how Austin's organic body is able to withstand the stress of either bionic hardware weight or performance of superhuman feats.

To indicate to viewers that Austin was using his bionic enhancements, sequences with him performing superhuman tasks were presented in slow-motion and accompanied by an electronic "dit dit dit dit" sound effect.

When the bionic eye was used, the camera zoomed in on Austin's face, followed by an extreme close-up of his eye; his point of view usually included a crosshair motif accompanied by a beeping sound-effect.

In early episodes, different ways of presenting Austin's powers were tested, including a heartbeat sound effect that predated the electronic sound, and in the three original made-for-TV movies, no sound effects or slow-motion were used, with Austin's actions shown at normal speed except for his running, which used trick photography ; the slow-motion portrayal was introduced with the first hour-long episode, "Population: Zero.

The series consists of three TV-movies , five seasons of episodes, and three more TV-movies. Martin Caidin wrote four novels featuring his original version of Steve Austin beginning in with Cyborg.

Although several other writers such as Mike Jahn later wrote a number of novelizations based upon the TV series, in most cases these writers chose to base their character upon the literary version of Austin rather than the TV show version.

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Following three television pilot movies, which all aired in , The Six Million Dollar Man television series aired on the ABC network as a regular episodic series for five seasons from to Steve Austin became a pop culture icon of the s.

A spin-off television series, The Bionic Woman , featuring the lead female character Jaime Sommers , ran from to Three television movies featuring both bionic characters were also produced from to Caidin's novel Cyborg was a best-seller when it was published in The producers first choice was Monte Markham.

The adaptation was done by writer Howard Rodman, working under the pseudonym of Henri Simoun. The film, which was nominated for a Hugo Award , modified Caidin's plot, and notably made Austin a civilian astronaut rather than a colonel in the United States Air Force.

Absent were some of the standard features of the later series: the electronic sound effects, the slow-motion running, and the character of Oscar Goldman.

The lead scientist involved in implanting Austin's bionic hardware, Dr. Rudy Wells, was played in the pilot by Martin Balsam , then on an occasional basis in the series by Alan Oppenheimer , and, finally, as a series regular, by Martin E.

Austin did not use the enhanced capabilities of his bionic eye during the first TV movie. The first movie was a major ratings success and was followed by two more made-for-TV movies in October and November as part of ABC's rotating Movie of the Week series.

The first of these two bore strong resemblances to Caidin's second Cyborg novel, Operation Nuke ; the second, however, was an original story.

The last two movies, produced by Glen A. Larson , notably introduced a James Bond flavor to the series and reinstated Austin's status from the novels as an Air Force colonel; the hour-long series, produced by Harve Bennett , dispensed with the James Bond-gloss of the movies, and portrayed a more down-to-earth Austin.

Majors said of Austin, "[He] hates He finds it repugnant, degrading. If he's a James Bond, he's the most reluctant one we've ever had.

The show was very popular during its run and introduced several pop culture elements of the s, such as the show's opening catchphrase "We can rebuild him; we have the technology," voiced over by Richard Anderson in his role of Oscar Goldman , the slow motion action sequences, and the accompanying "electronic" sound effects.

The slow motion action sequences were originally referred to as " Kung Fu slow motion" in popular culture due to its use in the s martial arts television series.

In , a two-part episode titled "The Bionic Woman", written for television by Kenneth Johnson , introduced the lead character Jaime Sommers played by Lindsay Wagner , a professional tennis player who rekindled an old romance with Austin, only to experience a parachuting accident that resulted in her being given bionic parts similar to Austin.

Ultimately, her body "rejected" her bionic hardware and she died. The character was very popular, however, and the following season it was revealed that she had actually survived, having been saved by an experimental cryogenic procedure, and she was given her own spin-off series, The Bionic Woman.

This spin-off ran until when both it and The Six Million Dollar Man were simultaneously cancelled, though the two series were on different networks when their final seasons aired.

Brooks, and Lindsay Wagner reprising the role of Jaime Sommers. The first two movies were written in the anticipation of creating new bionic characters in their own series, but nothing further was seen of the new characters introduced in those produced.

The third TV movie was intended as a finale. The dialogue spoken by actor Lee Majors during the opening credits is based upon communication prior to the M2-F2 crash that occurred on May 10, "Flight com, I can't hold her!

She's breaking up! She's break—". In the opening sequence, a narrator series producer Harve Bennett identifies the protagonist, "Steve Austin, astronaut.

A man barely alive. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world's first bionic man.

Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. We can make him better than he was. The song was also used in the promotion of the series, but when the weekly series began the song was replaced by the instrumental theme by Oliver Nelson.

The first regular episode, "Population: Zero", introduced a new element to the opening sequence: a voiceover by Oscar Goldman stating the rationale behind creating a bionic man.

The first season narration was shorter than that used in the second and subsequent seasons. To maintain the show's plausibility, producer Kenneth Johnson set very specific limits on Steve Austin's abilities.

They can jump down three stories but not four. The implants have a major flaw in that extreme cold interferes with their functions and can disable them given sufficient exposure.

It was a good idea, but originally I was supposed to be the mouthpiece of the NWO and reality is I think Eric saw how it was getting over and he saw how he could put himself in the role that he had hired me for.

As each week went by pretty soon Eric isn't the announcer anymore, he becomes part of the NWO and I just went to him one day and told him I'm not just going to walk out there and be Hulk Hogan's Virgil, you hired me to be the spokesperson for this, so if that's not what I'm going to do you can send me home.

The reason I said that was because they had to pay me one way or the other because I had a contract where they had to pay me for three years".

DiBiase about his job as creative in WWE [41]. He accepted the job and worked as part of the creative team a year and a half.

He eventually led the attack on Rob Conway , who had come down to the ring to insult the legends. DiBiase also appeared on the April 17 episode of Raw behind a newspaper doing his famous evil laugh as the camera went off air.

DiBiase made his first in ring appearance in over five years at the Raw 15th Anniversary Special on December 10, , by winning a man battle royal, in which he was not even an active participant.

Irwin R. Schyster , DiBiase's former tag team partner of Money Incorporated, had won the battle royal.

DiBiase came down to ringside and offered Schyster a bribe to eliminate himself. Schyster accepted and hopped over the top rope, making DiBiase the victor.

DiBiase then declared that even after fifteen years, everyone still had a price for the "Million Dollar Man.

On the May 19, edition of Raw , he was seen alongside Mr. McMahon about to "discuss business", in William Regal 's office.

On the show, DiBiase booked his son to face Randy Orton. After DiBiase Jr. Raw and WWE 2K DiBiase appeared at the Old School Raw special, encountering Big E Langston on his way to a match and told him everybody's got a price, to which Langston smiled.

The year space between his last title victory in is reportedly the longest in WWE history. He later lost the title to Drake Maverick in a limousine on the same night.

DiBiase is now a Christian minister. In , he founded Heart of David Ministry and travels the world ministering to churches, camps and conferences including Promise Keepers and Youth of the Nation.

In an interview with ESPN. DiBiase had to subsequently apologize to the promotions for the unintentional no-shows and had to stress that Virgil doesn't represent him for bookings.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American professional wrestler. Melanie DiBiase m. Main article: Money Inc. Main article: The Million Dollar Corporation.

I'm not Clint Eastwood. I'm not good on both sides of the camera. I'm good in front of it. And they wanted me to come back and at least try, so I did for about a year and a half and I guess it took them that long to figure out I was right".

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