What would you like to do?
Depends whether you mean the TV show or the original action novel series it's based on. In the TV show it was his left eye, right arm, and both legs. In the novels it was Austin's LEFT arm that was replaced, and he also had his skull and most of his ribs replaced (they put in stuff like a radio antenna and the like).
1 person found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
Austin a Colonel, USAF, (air force)
PCH:TEST PILOT Astronaut He was a Colonel in the Air Force and a Test pilot. ( so was Steve Canyon!) But Canyon started as a Lieutenant. Austin ( Lee Majors) was always… Field-grade>
Time Life will issue a Complete Series box set via mail order in late November 2010, followed by retail store release probably in late 2011. This comes after literally a gener…ation of legal wrangling prevented the show from being released in any home video format until now.
Hollywood - Universal Studios primarily, though sometimes other southern California locations such as Ojai were used. The second reunion movie (Bionic Showdown, with Sandra Bu…llock) was filmed in Toronto, the only time SMDM was filmed outside the US.
Usually said to be 60 mph, but some episodes had him running faster.
The OSI (Office of Scientific Intelligence). Note: that's the most common organization, however in the original novels and 1973 TV movie pilot he worked for the OSO. Plus, lat…er novels and the comic books occasionally called the OSI the Office of Strategic Intelligence.
I think the breast and butt and the Lady's lower part (the thing that girls have a guys dont) turns the man on
1973 to 1978, with reunion TV movies in 1987, 1989 and 1994.
The TV version had telescopic and infra-red (night) vision and super-human strength in his arms and legs and the ability to run upwards of 60 mph. The version of the character… in the original novels by Martin Caidin had fewer abilities - no bionic sight in his eye - but had other goodies like a poison dart gun in his bionic arm and a radio transmitter built into a rib and a steel-reinforced skull. The comic books of the 1970s added a laser beam to his bionic eye.
The Six Million Dollar Man ended on 1978-03-06.
The duration of The Six Million Dollar Man is 3600.0 seconds.
The Six Million Dollar Man was created on 1974-01-18.
The Six Million Dollar Man - 1974 Target Steve Austin 5-10 was released on: USA: 27 November 1977
The Six Million Dollar Man - 1974 Run Steve Run 1-13 was released on: USA: 26 April 1974 West Germany: 29 August 1988