WFLD-TV – The Six Million Dollar Man – "The Bionic Woman: Part 1" (Complete Broadcast, 11/8/1978) 📺



Here’s the complete broadcast of WFLD Channel 32’s repeat airing of The Six Million Dollar Man episode “The Bionic Woman: Part 1” (S02E19, originally aired on March 16th 1975).

Includes:

Tail end of an (original version) Field Communications ID bumper

Promo for Merv Griffin Show for 8:00pm (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

Segment 1 – Preview and opening titles

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Dry and Clear Medicated Acne Cleanser

Fayva Shoes – City Slickers, High Society Heels, and Saturday Night Fayvas

Target Town by Coleco – “A Game of Skill” (batteries not included)

Bob Evans Pork Sausage – “Henry the Milkman” – “We Do It Right, Or We Don’t Do It.” (all or nothing fallacy)

Shutan Camera Company (voiceover by Al Parker)

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2

Segment 2 – Act I

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Pampers diapers

Command Control Nite-Glow slotless racing by Tyco

Zayre color portraits – one 8 x 10 for 88 cents, Tuesday thru Saturday – with “Remember today, tomorrow…” jingle

Laser Attack – Interplanetary board game from Milton Bradley (voiceover by Orson Welles)

Promo for Emergency One! for 7:00pm (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2 (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

Segment 3 – Act II – with WFLD on-screen station ID at 19:52

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Dentyne – “Brush Your Breath”

Holly Hobbie oven – from Coleco

No-brand generic food products from Jewel

Shogun Warriors (including Godzilla) – from Mattel

Chicago Health and Tennis Club – “Chicago, You’ve Got More” with Bruce Jenner

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2

Segment 4 – Act III – with WFLD on-screen station ID at 32:34

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Toys ‘R’ Us (with the giraffe family on top of the World Trade Center tower) – sale on Fisher-Price toys – Cash Register, Fun Jet, and Corn Popper

Record offer for “Home for Christmas” with pop-up gatefold holiday centerpiece decoration

The Illinois State Lottery – Tic Tac Dough

Midas mufflers – “Victory for my Volvo”

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2

Segment 5 – Act IV

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Ken-L Ration Burgers (dogs gather around billboard installer)

New Electronic Amaze-a-tron from Coleco (voiceover by Peter Thomas)

Kmart – Sale on pillowcases and bed sheets

Electronic Battleship from Milton Bradley – “Playing on the Moon”

Maybelline nail color – “Bounces Back Instead of Breaking” with ladies playing ping-pong

Promo for Sanford and Son for 10:00pm (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2 (voiceover by Ron Beattie)

Segment 6 – Act V

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #1

Commercials for:

Wisk laundry detergent – “Ring Around the Collar”

A&P supermarkets – “You’ll Do Better” (ending voiceover by Ron Beattie) with S & H Green Stamps

The Fonz Pinball Machine by Coleco

Soft ‘n’ Pretty bathroom tissue by Scott (with Christopher Hewett of Mr. Belvedere fame) (1977 copyright)

Record offer for Let’s Disco! book and album dance instruction system (wonder if this was among those burned during Disco Demolition Night?) (ending voiceover by Ron Beattie)

WFLD Six Million Dollar Man bumper #2

Segment 7 – Epilogue – “To Be Continued”

Closing credits, with promo voiceover for Emergency One!, Sanford and Son and The Gong Show (by Ron Beattie)
(recording cuts out right at end of Universal bumper)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, November 8th 1978 during the 6:00pm to 7:00pm timeframe.

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Comments

  • Legendary intro.

    kargaroc386 July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • 1. They can just make a new plate and recall all $20 bills for replacement.
    2. Today we’d just take the bunch out with a Predator drone.

    qdllc July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • The 70's Transhumanist agenda.
    UN Agenda 21 now fully deployed
    Research it

    Alex Ritchie July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Creepy ass episode. He stalks her and has been watching her since she was 9.

    Jerm Fra July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • He actually wore a nice black leather jacket! Cool!

    Chris J.P. Black July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Nobody caught the orginal chris Jenner doing a commercial for a gym!! Wow the good old days!

    Renee Renee July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • I loved the innocence of t.v back then. Sadly we'll never have that again.

    tony wilson July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Wow that's my childhood days back I wish I could go back to the future and be happy with no money watching this no phone no money in the bank and I was still happy I only happy with being healthy and money in the bank steve Austin max takes me back thank you for my memory of my childhood days

    Danny Farley July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Classic cheesy 70’s TV!

    John Iii July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • they thought of everything, they built a bionic man that can't exceed the highway speed limit, lol

    Dan Myself July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Tempo bom! " na época q/ à TV ainda era em preto e branco… "

    Devanir Rodrigues July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Lee Majors was no singer

    sixtyton angel July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • I liked this show, but I really liked the original commercials, back then you could watch them without complaining. Now the ads are stupid, useless, changing frames every half second, don't watch tv anymore 40% of programming are ads… Thanks for leaving the ads!

    Richard Woods July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Do you have Part 2?

    BB Cute July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Thank you very much for sharing! 🙂 Does anybody know, where I can find the second part of this episode?

    PeBu34 July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • omg a bruce jenner commercial

    dragonboy718 July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • I was hoping to find the episode where Steve and Jaime Remer then she had the accident.

    Daniel Pena July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • I was 7, when Lindsay first appeared on the Bionic Man. I loved her instantly. She was beautiful, intelligent, funny, & seemed grounded in reality. Even if I didn't have the vocabulary to express that distinction at the time. It was why I preferred her, to Wonder Woman. Who seemed like Your typical, idealized, Superhero. Especially in that the first season. Only When Lee, & Lindsay, worked together. Did Steve as a character seem to have more depth. I suppose that's also the reason. That although she was my favorite. I ended up being ISIS for Halloween in 75, & WW in 76. Aside from the fact that I had brown hair. How would anyone have identified me as The Bionic Woman. Jaime was played as a person first. It did however spark an interesting conversation at school. I am a wheelchair user from birth. For most of my classmates. I was the first person they knew / their age. To use one. I was asked if I had an accident. If I wished I could be bionic, so I could walk. It gave me an opening. It gave them a chance to ask questions & learn. I went on to say. That I was born this way. Using wheels to get around was as natural for me, as walking was, for them. Though I would love to be able too run super fast & jump up to, & down from, high places. ( What kid wouldn't ) I was not sad, or broken. I did however say. I wanted more ramps & elevators. LOL. I had no Idea just how on the nose I was.

    KelliViti July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • In all the years I watched this show and the Bionic Woman, this is the first time I'm seeing this episode at age 50 wow!!

    Lando CalrisiaN July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Bruce Jenner ha! LOL!

    Thomas Harris July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • God the dialogue is so corny but I can’t turn away

    Tom S July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Best movie ever

    Robert Palmer July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • this was when we had good tv almost none since

    heartbreak71 July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • In the 1970s nothing was cooler than Steve Austin and the Fonz

    McBub July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Stopped play at time-index 11:35 and will resume watching at a later date.

    I watched the episode of indicated TV Series once before.

    Duration of vintage broadcast is 59mins:50secs in its indicated location timezone.

    David Don July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • 4:12 Tremendous !!

    Elzorro July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Steve Austin and Jaimie Summers . . . They were my HEROES when I was young! At 57, they still are in a way.

    Grace Alexandre July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • I used to watch the show in my shildhood in France.

    julien muller July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • i couldn't help but crying when steve austin started singing about jamie @23:00 =( lmaooooo….tff…

    Atheist Leopard July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Funny how 42 years ago have gone by, but this episode still makes me just as happy as it did back when I was 8. I wonder if Lee Majors knows how much of a hero he was to so many of us. I had a rather difficult childhood with step-dad that liked to booze it up, and then take some aggression out on me. This series truly gave me something to look forward to on Sunday nights and let me escape for a little bit. Wow, 42 years – where did the time go…

    Rays Metal Tracks July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Man what memories,,,,it brings back

    Bruce Holcomb July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • And to watch with the old commercials WoW 😮 This is amazing!

    Nate Robinson July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Bruce Jenner…..if the world only knew…

    The Dark Portal July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • best intro ever

    The Dark Portal July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Dana Plato at 13:20

    Matthew Laker July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • When I was in 6th grade,
    one of my classmates in school
    did nothing but imitate
    Steve Austin/Six Million Dollar Man.
    Seriously, that's all he ever did.
    I don't think he ever did any work,
    at least not that I ever saw.
    I wonder whatever became of him.
    Nothing bad, I hope.

    Laust Cawz July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • Thanks for the upload 😎

    James Tamburo July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply
  • boomers love to hold onto the past, this is what separates the next step in humanity versus our old past. The singularity will only come soon enough and they will all simply be dead. Finally allowing this world to achieve its full potential.

    SubZy July 24, 2020 3:33 am Reply

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