The Bionic Woman
The Bionic Woman
| 14 January 1976 (USA)

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    The Age of Commercialism

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    Memorable, crazy movie

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    If you don't like this, we can't be friends.

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    This is a tender, generous movie that likes its characters and presents them as real people, full of flaws and strengths.

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    Juan XXXX

    Lindsay, if you read this , I'd love if you sent me a message. The bionic woman has the most incredible and cute series I've ever watched when I was a child. Richard Anderson Lindsay Wagner Martin E. Brooks All of them I was a child from Barcelona , Spain And I enjoyed the series, because in that was showed the importance of being kind, good person, sensitive, etc, and Lindsay was a great and talented actress, for sure.I have a question for the people: in the first episods , Lindsay didn't have an injury in her lip, but after 4 episods she had an injury in her lip... anyone knows what was the reason and how?Thanks a lot

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    The Bionic Woman is not just sheer, wonderful fantasy but it also brought us amazing femininity and full-on, '70's glamour...Lindsay Wagner advanced the usually dormant societal awareness of how a beautiful looking woman could also be strong, compassionate, fair and run at 60 mph in high heels! The series is important in that it raises the profile of actually seeing women as something more than just pretty, stay-at-home objects of male desire... In many ways much of its residual effect is only realised after time has passed...On another level, the series is easy on the eye, full of action and has great is escapism which is translatable to new generations of sci-fi fans...and Ms Wagner... you are so beautiful!!!

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    A good idea. Lindsay Wagner was perfectly cast. So where Richard Anderson has Oscar Goldmen, and Martin L. Brooks has Rudy Wells, who were from The other bionic show The Six Million Dollar Man. But it was incredibly boring, and the dialogue was stupid. They could have made it more exciting has the other bionic show. Lindsay Wagner is a talented actress, and she is wasted in this drek of a show. At least the T.V. movies with her character did a little better.

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    Big Movie Fan

    Most spin-off shows must be viewed with caution as they are usually pale imitations of their predecessors. The Bionic Woman was not one of them.The beautiful Lindsay Wagner played bionic woman Jamie Sommers. She was joined by Richard Anderson as Oscar Goldman and Martin E. Brooks as Dr. Rudy Wells. She worked for the OSI agency (it's amazing how in the 60's and 70's there were so many government agencies fighting evil on the small screen). Jamie had had an airplane accident and she was rebuilt. She was given bionic legs, a bionic arm and a bionic ear (no doubt used for listening to gossip).Like most shows of that era, The Bionic Woman was fun as Jamie Sommers fought all sorts of threats from Bigfoot to Fembots to aliens and also a few more down to earth threats as well. I really loved the theme tune and the action sequences to this show. The acting was great on the part of the three leads and the show had a mixture of stories from comedy episodes to dark episodes. Popping in from time to time was Steve Austin (not the WWF/WWE star but the Six Million Dollar Man played by Lee Majors).All in all, a great show which is better than it has ever been given credit for.

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