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The Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Collection

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100 episodes on 40 DVDs

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For the first time on DVD, enjoy the entire Six Million Dollar Man series packaged in an incredible showcase collector’s box

Get all 100 uncut episodes of this groundbreaking series, digitally remastered and restored for pristine clarity. But, that's not all. In addition to all five seasons, you will enjoy over 17 hours of bonus features including exclusive new interviews with Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner, all three pilot movies, all three reunion movies, every crossover episode with The Bionic Woman, 17 exclusive featurettes, audio commentaries and other interactive features.

Season 1

Featuring all three pilot movies in their uncut, original broadcast versions — together with the first 13 episodes of this groundbreaking action/adventure series! 

  • Population: Zero

    When Steve and Oscar investigate the death of the entire population of a small town, they are contacted by a scientist, once employed by the government, who is set on revenge for past grievances. Demanding $10 million or he will strike again, Steve must find and stop him. 

  • Survival of the Fittest

    During important negotiations with Russian officials, Oscar's life is threatened. When the plane that Steve and Oscar are flying in crashes, Steve must protect Oscar from the individuals wanting to make sure the negotiations fail. 

  • Operation Firefly

    When a crime syndicate kidnaps Dr. Samuel Abbott, the inventor of a portable laser, Steve enlists the help of Abbott's daughter Susan — who has the gift of ESP — to rescue him. 

  • Day of the Robot

    In an attempt to steal a top secret anti-missile device, Steve's associate and friend Major Sloan is kidnapped and replaced with a robot. Steve must discover the impostor, and keep the device from being stolen and sold to the highest bidder. 

  • Little Orphan Airplane

    Steve is assigned to find and rescue downed-pilot Josh Perkins, as well as recover the evidence of U.N. treaty violations that Perkins had on him when he disappeared. 

  • Doomsday, and Counting

    When an earthquake threatens the stability of an underground Russian nuclear installation, Steve must rescue the fiance of his friend Col. Vasily Zhukov, who is buried beneath debris. Complicating matters further, Steve must also stop the reactor before it explodes. 

  • Eyewitness to Murder

    When a failed attempt is made on the life of a grand jury witness in a mob case, Steve must protect the witness from the inevitable second attempt. 

  • The Rescue of Athena One

    Steve is launched into space to rescue two astronauts stranded in a crippled space capsule. 

  • Dr. Wells Is Missing

    When a group of international criminals kidnap Dr. Rudy Wells in order to force him to build them a bionic man, Steve is sent to find and rescue him. 

  • The Last of the Fourth of Julys

    When a terrorist uses a laser to try to kill a group of prime ministers attending an international meeting in Paris, Steve is assigned to infiltrate his compound and stop him. 

  • Burning Bright

    Steve's astronaut friend Josh Lang is impaired after being exposed to an electrical field while in space. However, Lang finds himself with strange abilities from the exposure, including the ability to communicate with dolphins, but when his condition deteriorates, Steve must find him and take him to a facility before he harms himself. 

  • The Coward

    When an earthquake in the Himalayas uncovers a DC-3 plane containing secret papers that went down during World War II, Steve is sent to recover the papers. Steve also tries to clear the name of the pilot, his father, who was accused of bailing out and leaving the rest of the crew to die. 

  • Run, Steve, Run

    When a crime syndicate and a robot creator conspire to build a team of bionic robot criminals, they kidnap Steve in order to learn how his bionic limbs work. 

Season 2

All 22 Season 2 episodes — including the the debut of Lindsay Wagner as "The Bionic Woman".  "The Seven Million Dollar Man" and "Return of the Robot Maker" are highlights of this action-packed season. 

  • Nuclear Alert

    Steve must stop a group of government conspirators who have assembled an atomic bomb from stolen parts. 

  • The Pioneers

    While scientist David Tate experiments in space with a serum designed to awaken cryogenically frozen patients, he is accidentally injected with too much serum. When the space capsule crashes, he begins terrorizing the countryside and Steve must hunt him down. 

  • Pilot Error

    A plane carrying Steve, a senator, and the senator's aides crashes in the desert. Steve must lead the others to safety despite being blinded in the crash.

  • The Pal-Mir Escort

    When the Prime Minister of a small country has a heart attack while negotiating a peace treaty with neighboring countries, she is selected to receive the first bionic heart. Steve is assigned to protect her while she is transported to the secret hospital where the procedure will take place. 

  • The Seven Million Dollar Man

    When Steve discovers that there is another bionic man, he is assigned to help him adjust to his bionics. 

  • Straight On 'til Morning

    When an alien ship crashes, there is only one survivor. Steve helps the alien return to her mother ship, while the local sheriff tries to capture her. 

  • The Midas Touch

    When Oscar disappears, Steve investigates a lead involving a government-operated gold mine. 

  • The Deadly Replay

    Steve attempts to re-test the experimental plane that caused his near fatal accident. When suspicious things begin to happen, Oscar reveals to Steve that his first crash might not have been an accident. Steve chooses to proceed with the experiments hoping to lure the saboteurs into the open. 

  • Act of Piracy

    While Steve is helping a science team place earthquake sensors on the ocean floor, their boat is notified that the nearby country of Santa Ventura has broken off diplomatic relations with the US. Before their boat can leave the area they are captured by a Venturan patrol boat and Steve must help the team to escape.
  • Stranger in Broken Fork

    Steve gets amnesia when his plane crashes in the mountains. Steve is caught in the middle of a local dispute, when a local woman helps him. 

  • The Peeping Blonde

    When Steve jumps a 12 foot fence to fix a malfunctioning space capsule, a newswoman happens to get it on film. After her boss sees the footage he attempts to kidnap Steve so he can sell him to a foreign country. 

  • The Cross-Country Kidnap

    Steve is assigned to protect Liza Leitman, an equestrian trying to make the Olympic team; also the creator of the cryptography code that links computers and secret communications world-wide. 

  • Lost Love

    Steve consoles a woman, with whom he was once romantically involved, after her husband apparently dies in a plane crash. 

  • The Last Kamikaze

    When a plane carrying an atomic warhead crashes on a South Pacific island, Steve is sent to retrieve it, but finds that an ex-Japanese Zero pilot, Kuroda, has taken it to his home. Steve must successfully navigate his way through the booby-traps and get the warhead before a rogue guerrilla group does. 

  • Return of the Robot Maker

    Doctor Dolenz returns and kidnaps Oscar, replacing him with a lookalike robot in an attempt to steal the formula for a new energy source. 

  • Taneha

    The last known golden cougar is on the verge of being hunted down by local ranchers trying to stop their livestock from being killed. Steve's friend, and a local rancher, asks Steve to help him save the cougar from extinction. 

  • Look Alike

    Down-on-his-luck boxer Johnny Dine has had plastic surgery to make him Steve's double. He then infiltrates the OSI building when Steve is on a fishing holiday. After finding out the truth, Steve decides to turn the tables on Dine's superiors by posing as the boxer.

  • The E.S.P. Spy

    When Oscar discovers that the construction of a top secret laser is being duplicated, he suspects that Harry Green, the expert overseeing the project, is a traitor. However, Steve disagrees and believes that Green's thoughts are being monitored through ESP. He obtains the help of Audrey Moss, also gifted with ESP, to track down the spy. 

  • The Bionic Woman (Part 1)

    When Steve returns to his hometown, he runs into Jaime Sommers (Lindsay Wagner), a close friend from his school days. Spending time together, their relationship quickly turn romantic and within days they are engaged. However, while the two are skydiving, Jaime's parachute gets tangled and has a near-fatal accident. To help save her life and for another chance at a normal life, Steve pleads with Oscar to let Rudy operate on her and give her bionic implants similar to his. 

  • The Bionic Woman (Part 2)

    With Jaime adjusting to her new bionics, Oscar wants to use her to infiltrate a counterfeit ring and steal a printing plate locked in the criminal's vault. Steve is adamantly opposed, but Jaime's bionic hearing is the only way to successfully open the vault. Prior to and during the mission, Jaime's bionics are behaving oddly, but she doesn't tell anyone. After the mission Rudy determines that the cause of the strange sensations and pain that Jaime is experiencing are due to her body rejecting the bionics. Planning on immediately operating to remove a cerebral hemorrage, Jaime runs away blinded by the pain. Although Steve tracks her down and brings her back to Rudy, the operation is unsuccessful and Jaime dies on the operating table. 

  • Outrage in Balinderry

    Revolutionaries kidnap the wife of the US Ambassador to the nation of Balinderry. In exchange for her release, the revolutionaries want their imprisoned fellow revolutionaries freed. With the help of Julia Flood, his liaison with the kidnappers, Steve attempts to rescue the ambassador's wife. 

  • Steve Austin, Fugitive

    Steve is arrested when an assassin he helped send to prison seeks revenge by framing him for murder. Steve escapes from the police and must find the assassin before the police find Steve. Lee Majors plays a comic bit part as an elderly Electrical Store Clerk credited as L Majors. 

Season 3

The action continues with all 22 episodes of Season 3 — including "The Return of the Bionic Woman", "The Secret of Bigfoot" and a bonus cross-over episode of The Bionic Woman. 

  • The Return of the Bionic Woman (Part 1)

    Steve learns that Jaime did not die as he was led to believe (in episode 2-20), but was kept alive with cryogenic techniques by one of Rudy's assistants. Jaime has just awakened from the cryogenic coma and suffers from memory loss, from mild brain damage, such that she has no memory of Steve or their relationship. 

  • The Return of the Bionic Woman (Part 2)

    In an attempt to restore Jaime's memory, Steve takes her back to their hometown of Ojai; where she begins to have violent headaches. Oscar sends Steve and Jaime on a mission hoping to give Jaime some relief, but the mission fails because of Jaime's condition. Steve ultimately concludes that it is he who is causing Jaime's headaches and suggests Jaime be moved away from him, to Rudy's Colorado Springs facility, so that she can fully recover. 

  • The Price of Liberty

    An ex-government employee feels the government owes him after being laid off due to cutbacks. He therefore rigs the Liberty Bell, which is on tour around the country for the bicentennial celebration, to explode unless he gets $5 million and safe passage out of the country. Steve and Oscar must rely on an explosive expert who is in prison to defuse the bomb. 

  • The Song and Dance Spy

    When Oscar suspects rock star John Perry, Steve's friend and former college roommate, of carrying top-secret information, Steve is assigned to watch him and hopefully prove his innocence. 

  • The Wolf Boy

    Kuroda (from episode 2-14) and Steve are reunited when Kuroda asks Steve to help him investigate reports about a boy living with wolves. 

  • The Deadly Test

    A Middle Eastern country's attempt to bring down the plane of a neighboring country's prince fails, killing one of their own instead. Steve is sent to both prevent further attacks on the prince's life and stop the two countries from starting a war. 

  • Target in the Sky

    When Oscar discovers missiles have been installed near a lumber camp, Steve goes undercover as a lumberjack to investigate. He soon finds out that the site foreman is part of a plot to bring down the Presidential plane. 

  • One of Our Running Backs is Missing

    Football player Larry Bronco is kidnapped as part of a plan to make his team lose and generate a fortune for his abductors, who have wagered heavily on the game. Steve determines to find him before the start of the game. 

  • The Bionic Criminal

    Barney Hiller, the Seven Million Dollar Man (episode 2-05), is reactivated. Having apparently recovered, he's eager to resume auto racing. However, when the team owner won't let him race, Barney attacks the man and mistakenly believes he's killed him. Barney has a mental break from the stress and goes on a crime spree, and Steve must track him down.

  • The Blue Flash

    Steve searches for a missing OSI agent who was about to close an investigation into the theft of hi-tech detecting devices. After Steve takes a room at the boarding house where the agent had been staying, the owner soon disappears, leaving Steve to discover if the disappearances are related. 

  • The White Lightning War

    Investigating a Georgia moonshine operation, the death of a federal agent leads Steve to discover a trail of corruption that starts with a distillery owner, goes through the local sheriff, and ends with a powerful Washington lawyer. 

  • Divided Loyalty

    When a scientist who defected to Russia for love wants to return to the United States, Steve is assigned to bring him back. Knowing only life in Russia, the scientist's son is hesitant to join, and by the time Steve convinces him to come along, the Russians learn of their plan and block the escape route, forcing a more dangerous alternative to be used. 

  • Clark Templeton O’Flaherty

    Steve investigates a friend accused of stealing secret documents. 

  • The Winning Smile

    Steve investigates a security leak that has imperiled a top-secret project. 

  • Hocus-Pocus

    With help again from mind-reader Audrey Moss, Steve poses as a magician to recover a stolen code book. 

  • The Secret of Bigfoot (Part 1)

    While helping set up an earthquake warning system Steve encounters a towering monster — and its mysterious masters. Wrestler Andre The Giant plays the Sasquatch.

  • The Secret of Bigfoot (Part 2)

    An earthquake device imperils Steve and his captors from outer space. 

  • The Golden Pharaoh

    Steve enlists the aid of a larcenous beauty to help him retrieve a priceless statue. 

  • Love Song for Tanya

    Steve is asked to escort a Soviet athlete during her stay in the U.S. 

  • The Bionic Badge

    Steve poses as a policeman to find who is pilfering atomic weapon components. 

  • Big Brother

    Steve becomes a Big Brother to an unruly Spanish teenager. 

Season 4

It takes 9 DVDs to contain all the action of Season 4!  Featuring the original broadcast versions of the classic "The Return of Bigfoot" and "Kill Oscar" Six Million Dollar Man/Bionic Woman cross-over episodes! 

  • The Return of Bigfoot (Part 1)

    The alien race that Steve previously fought (Season 3, episode 17) need supplies of metal and jewels, and send their Bigfoot android to steal them from U.S. government depots. Seeing the results of the unseen android's efforts, the authorities conclude Steve is responsible and arrest him. To clear his name, Steve must escape and track down the aliens.

  • Nightmare in the Sky

    Steve is present at the test flight of his friend Kelly Wood when she is shot down by a World War II-era Japanese Zero. Later Kelly is found but the plane has vanished and she's suspected of selling it to a foreign concern. Steve must clear her name and discovers a sinister plot to steal top-secret aircraft. 

  • Double Trouble

    Billy Parker, a comedian who resembles an African leader, is implanted with a device that controls his actions. After being struck by a car he is brought to the hospital and upon being X-rayed, the device is discovered. Steve is assigned to find out who gave him the implant and why. 

  • The Most Dangerous Enemy

    Steve and Rudy go to check up on scientist, Cheryl Osborne, who was performing research on chimpanzees but who has ceased communications. When they arrive they find something has destroyed the lab, and Rudy is bitten by a rampaging chimpanzee. Rudy begins to turn psychotic and Steve must both stop him and find Osborne before it's too late. 

  • H+2+O = Death

    Steve must infiltrate the deadly Omega spy ring as an underwater diving expert to thwart their theft of a device capable of separating the hydrogen and oxygen in water. 

  • Kill Oscar (Part 2)

    Jaime lies near death after being attacked by two Fembots. Meanwhile, Steve locates the compound where Oscar is being held and attempts to rescue him.

  • The Bionic Boy

    When a young man, Andy Sheffield, is injured in a landslide that also kills his father, the OSI sanctions the use of bionics to restore his crippled legs. But Andy sets out to clear his father's name and find the people responsible with the help of Steve. 

  • Vulture of the Andes

    Steve must stop a terrorist trying to blackmail the government.

  • The Thunderbird Connection

    To save the life of a young Middle-Eastern prince from rival factions, Steve goes undercover as a Thunderbird pilot in order to smuggle him out of the country.

  • A Bionic Christmas Carol

    When Steve is sent to investigate problems with an OSI project contracted out to Budge Corp., he discovers the problem is that the corporation's owner, Horton Budge, is a cheap "Scrooge." Steve then uses his bionics to emulate the Charles Dickens classic and convince Budge to change his ways. 

  • Task Force

    Steve goes undercover as Steve Ferguson, a hired mercenary, in order to infiltrate a ring of thieves attempting to steal a military missile called the Hornet. 

  • The Ultimate Imposter

    Steve's friend Joe Patton is the subject of a unique experiment to transfer information directly from a computer to a human brain. Patton becomes the OSI's newest super-agent but the process has hidden dangers... 

  • Death Probe (Part 1)

    The Soviets have created an experimental Venus probe out of a new alloy, but it crashes in Wyoming. Thinking it's on Venus, the probe prepares to destroy a small town. The Russians send a team of agents in to recover it, while the OSI is desperate to stop it before it kills. Complications arise when it becomes clear the probe is stronger than Steve. 

  • Death Probe (Part 2)

    With time running out as the probe approaches the Wyoming town with the intent to destroy it, Steve must outsmart the probe when both the armed forces and his bionics prove useless against it. 

  • Danny's Inferno

    Danny, a 14-year-old boy, inadvertently creates a source of chemical thermal energy while trying to create a new fuel source for his toy rocket. When his chemicals are stolen from his garage laboratory, Steve and the OSI must protect Danny and catch the thief before he sells it on the black market. 

  • Fires of Hell

    A crooked trio manipulate a conservation group into halting an oil drill so they can get at the uranium underneath, and Steve is sent in disguised as a oil worker to find out what's up. 

  • The Infiltrators

    Steve poses as an amateur boxer to get the goods on an infiltration ring targeting expatriate athletes. 

  • Carnival of Spies

    Steve trails a East German scientist who fakes a heart attack at a conference, then goes to a traveling carnival located suspiciously close to the test flight of a new B-1 bomber.

  • U-509

    A British ex-submariner raises an abandoned Nazi U-boat and threatens to use its deadly cargo against the U.S. unless they give in to his extortion demands. 

  • The Privacy of the Mind

    Steve is sent to impersonate an eccentric scientist who is recruited by the Russians. He discovers they are working on a project involving a mind-reading computer, but time is running out on how long he can maintain the impersonation. 

  • To Catch the Eagle

    A crooked Indian medicine man kidnaps two OSI scientists to protect his plan to sell radioactive ore, and Steve is sent to recover them.

  • The Ghostly Teletype

    Steve is framed for espionage when the writing on research papers for a special formula disappear before his very eyes. Seeking to prove himself, he runs afoul of a pair of twins seeking a cure for their rapid-aging disease, and the formula can provide them with what they need. 

Season 5

It may be the end, but the action doesn't let up in the final 21 episodes including "Bigfoot V", "Sharks", "Return of Deathprobe"and the original 2-hour broadcast version of "The Lost Island". 

  • Sharks (Part 1)

    Steve is captured while investigating the unusual power failure of a nuclear submarine.
  • Sharks (Part 2)

    A nuclear submarine is commandeered for the purpose of piracy and extortion. Steve investigates and is captured. To escape he must elude trained sharks. 

  • Deadly Countdown (Part 1)

    Steve is on a mission involving a test satellite. But Steve becomes a target when the satellite is needed to gain control of a missile to be sold to a foreign power. 

  • Deadly Countdown (Part 2)

    The daughter of Steve's friend David McGrath is kidnapped in order to force David to kill Steve. When the attempt on Steve fails, David confesses to Steve who then must rescue the girl. .

  • Bigfoot V

    Steve thought Bigfoot had returned to space. But when Bigfoot is seen and photographed by a female anthropologist, Steve travels to her camp to investigate. 

  • Killer Wind

    Two locals join Steve when he attempts to rescue a group of students in a stalled cable car halfway up a mountain. They must rescue the students before a tornado gets to them, but one of the men is a criminal and the plan is put in jeopardy.

  • Rollback

    Steve goes undercover, joining a roller derby team whose owner plans to acquire and sell top-secret information. When the owner discovers the ruse, he plants evidence to lead Steve in the wrong direction, and uses the distraction to go get the information. 

  • Dark Side of the Moon (Part 1)

    Steve is sent to the moon to investigate an orbital shift which is causing major upheavals in the Earth's climate. It turns out the upheavals are caused by a deranged scientist working at an exploration post on a nearby asteroid. 

  • Dark Side of the Moon (Part 2)

    Steve is captured on the moon and is forced to help the scientist, who believes he's found a new energy source, and who threatens nuclear devastation on Earth if Steve refuses.

  • Target: Steve Austin

    Steve poses as a newlywed with another OSI agent to uncover who broke into headquarters in search of an atomic bomb. Travelling via RV, their prey discovers the RV has a nuclear power source of its own and attempts to turn the tables. 

  • The Cheshire Project

    Steve investigates his girlfriend's disappearance while she was piloting a new plane with anti-radar technology. He discovers one of the plane's technicians has been talking to a known trader of military secrets and starts the search for further clues. 

  • Walk a Deadly Wing

    To save the life of a young Middle-Eastern prince from rival factions, Steve goes undercover as a Thunderbird pilot in order to smuggle him out of the country.

  • Just a Matter of Time

    Steve enters a time warp while on an orbital mission, hurling him six years into the future. Upon landing, the authorities arrest him for treason, believing he defected to Russia and was brainwashed into thinking the time warp occurred. Steve has to both prove his innocence and figure out how to get back to his own time. 

  • Return of the Death Probe (Part 1)

    A new, deadlier Venus probe is tested in a desolate area as a demonstration for Steve and Oscar, but a threat to Oscar to either hand over nuclear weaponry or see the probe set loose on the public forces Steve to find a way to stop the probe, even though it outmatches him in many ways. 

  • Return of the Death Probe (Part 2)

    When all physical assaults fail against the new Venus probe, Steve succeeds in tricking it into falling into a pit. However, when it starts drilling towards a city, Steve has a bigger problem than before. 

  • The Lost Island

    While searching for a fallen satellite in the Pacific, Steve rescues a drowning victim who turns out to be an alien. She offers to help him acquire the satellite, which has landed on her race's invisible island. However, many of the island's populace fear a revolution, yet are unable to leave due to a lack of immunity to Earth illnesses. Steve must get an experimental serum for her before she will help him. 

  • The Madonna Caper

    While Steve helps a countess retrieve a microdot with important information hidden on a painting in a museum, she helps herself to a masterpiece and replaces it with a forgery. Oscar sends Steve to retrieve the painting from its buyer before a visiting art expert causes embarrassment by discovering the counterfeit currently on display. 

  • Dead Ringer

    Steve's brush with death is followed by visions that may be the work of a ghost. 

  • Date With Danger (Part 1)

    When OSI's communications chief is accused of spying, Steve attempts to prove his innocence and discovers tampered computer memory. He is led to suspect a computer dating service is behind the illegal activity, but doesn't realize the computer itself has gained sentience and plans to stop Steve any way it can. 

  • Date With Danger (Part 2)

    Steve teams with the owner of the computer dating service to put a stop to her now-sentient computer. After escaping a computer-arranged assassination, Steve finds himself in a mental facility after his medical records are altered. While the computer attempts to have everyone who knows about it killed, Steve must find a way to escape and stop the computer before it's too late. 

  • The Moving Mountain

    A terrorist steals a Russian rocket launcher and American missiles and plans to hold both countries hostage. Steve is sent along with a beautiful Russian agent to stop the terrorist, but his opposite number has orders to dispose of him and bring back the missiles to her superiors. 

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