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The Six Million Dollar Man: Movie 2014

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  • The Movie Plot: Astronaut Capt. Steve Austin, Jr., (the son of Col. Steve Austin- The original "Six Million Dollar Man") becomes victim of a military & C.I.A conspiracy, after Austin crash lands back into Earth from a trip to the moon, honoring his father's historic moon walk back in the '70s. A mission unfolds to use the dying hero for spare parts, making him into a new and improved "Super Soldier", to win the U.S. arms race against terrorists, little do they know that this Steve Austin is more than a Cyborg, he soon becomes a Super Powered HERO! The Movies resemble "Terminator", only with Austin being the hero, and fighting & exposing military injustice, and the films take on all the action that makes "Mission Impossible" & "Fast Five" movies, look like the girl scouts...

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    The Six Million Dollar Man is an American television series about a former astronaut with bionic implants working for the OSI (which was usually referred to as the Office of Scientific Intelligence, the Office of Scientific Investigation or the Office of Strategic Intelligence[1]). The show was based on the novel Cyborg by Martin Caidin, and during pre-production, that was the proposed title of the series.[2] It aired on the ABC network as a regular series from 1974 to 1978, following three television movies aired in 1973. The title role of Steve Austin was played by Lee Majors, who subsequently became a pop culture icon of the 1970s. A spin-off of the show was produced, The Bionic Woman, as well as several television movies featuring both eponymous characters.

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    • The Six Million Dollar Man: The background story of the original novel and the later series is the crash of former astronaut Steve Austin in a “lifting body” craft, shown in the opening credits of the show. (The lifting body craft mostly shown was a Northrop M2-F2; however, in the episode "The Deadly Replay," a Northrop HL-10, identified as such in dialog, was used.) Austin is severely injured in the crash and is “rebuilt” in a title-giving operation that costs at least six million dollars. His right arm, both legs and the left eye are replaced by "bionic" implants that enhance his strength, speed and vision far above human norms: he can run at speeds of 60 miles per hour (100 km/h), and his eye has a 20:1 zoom lens and infrared capabilities while his limbs all have the equivalent power of a bulldozer. He uses his enhanced abilities to work for the OSI (Office of Scientific Intelligence) as a secret agent (and as a guinea pig for bionics).
      Caidin’s novel was a best-seller when it was published in 1972, and he followed it up with three sequels, Cyborg II: Operation Nuke, Cyborg III: High Crystal, and Cyborg IV (with no subtitle), respectively about a black market in nuclear weapons, a Chariots of the Gods scenario, and fusing Austin's bionic hardware to a space plane. None of these plotlines were utilized in the TV series.
      In March 1973, Cyborg was loosely adapted as a made-for-TV movie titled The Six Million Dollar Man: "The Moon And The Desert," starring Majors as Austin. 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. (Instead, another character named Oliver Spencer, played by Darren McGavin, was Austin's supervisor, of an organization here called the OSO. In the novels, "OSO" stood for Office of Special Operations. Interestingly, the CIA did have an actual Office of Scientific Intelligence in the 1970s.) 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. Brooks. Austin does not use the enhanced capabilities of his bionic eye at any time during the film.
      The first film was a major ratings success and was followed by two more made-for-TV films in October and November 1973. The first was titled The Six Million Dollar Man: "Wine, Women and War" and the second was titled The Six Million Dollar Man: "The Solid Gold Kidnapping." (The first of these two bore strong resemblances to Caidin's second Cyborg novel, Operation Nuke; the second, however, was an original story.) This was followed by the debut, in January 1974, of The Six Million Dollar Man as a weekly hour-long series. 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.
      The show was very popular during its run and introduced many pop culture elements of the 1970s, such as the show’s opening catch-phrase ("We can rebuild him...we have the technology," provided by Richard Anderson in his Oscar Goldman character), 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 usage in the 1970s martial arts television series), but it became far more noteworthy in The Six Million Dollar Man. (Early episodes, as well as the TV movies, were not consistent in how the bionics effects were presented; such consistency did not begin until the second season.)
      In 1975, a two-part episode entitled The Six Million Dollar Man: "The Bionic Woman," written for television by Kenneth Culver Johnson, introduced the character of Jaime Sommers (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, however, 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 barely survived, having been saved by an experimental cryogenic procedure, and she was given her own spin-off series, The Bionic Woman, which lasted until 1978 (with the last season revealing that Jaime was pregnant, and the father is Steve Austin, the last episode ends with Jaime giving birth to a son, and the baby is kidnapped!) soon after both The Bionic Woman and The Six Million Dollar Man were simultaneously cancelled.

      Made for television movie reunions

      Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers returned in three subsequent made-for-television movies: The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1987), Bionic Showdown (1989) — which featured Sandra Bullock in an early role as a new bionic woman; and Bionic Ever After? (1994) in which Austin and Sommers finally marry. Majors reprised the role of Steve Austin in all three productions, which also featured Richard Anderson and Martin E. Brooks, and Lindsay Wagner (in real life was Lee Major's mistress & lover) reprising the role of Jaime Sommers. The reunion films addressed the partial amnesia Sommers had suffered during the original series, and both featured Majors's son, Lee Majors II, as OSI agent Jim Castillian (who became the new Six Million Dollar Man). The first two movies were written in the anticipation of creating new bionic characters in their own series, but nothing further was seen of these new characters, except for in an independant film in 1996, directed by Matthew Gagston; titled "Legacy of The Six Million Dollar Man", in which an OSI conspiracy was revealed to be behind the kidnapping of Sommers baby boy in 1978, raising and training him to become The New & Improved Six Million Dollar Man, using alien technology to enhance and improve his bionic powers, making the young man (now age 28) into an invulnerable superhero and crimefighter. Jason Austin, the lost son of Steve Austin, is portrayed by Lee Majors II's son, Jacob Majors.

      Feature film adaptation attempts

      For many years, attempts have been made to bring the story of Steve Austin to the movie screen. In the mid-1990s, director Kevin Smith wrote a screenplay (which he talks about on the DVD "An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder" from 2006), and there were reports later that comedian Chris Rock was being considered for the role. In 2003, an announcement was made to film the story as a full-out comedy starring Jim Carrey, but the idea was dropped. (Carrey will be in a upcoming movie "A-Team", along with a brand new cast but that project appears to be on hold). In a July 2006 interview at Comic Con,[3] Richard Anderson (who played Oscar Goldman in the series, his son starred in the famous '80s tv show "MacGyver") stated that he was involved with producing a movie of the series, but the rights are in litigation between Miramax and Universal. A post on writer Kenneth Johnson's > indicates there are similar problems regarding DVD release of the series in North America,[4] although Region 2 (the United Kingdom) has so far seen the release of the first two seasons since 2005. During the summer of 2010, Time-Life announced that they would be releasing The Six Million Dollar Man as a complete series boxed set, and again on Sept. 28, 2011. The set would include all five seasons of the TV series as well as the three pilot movies and the three reunion movies. The complete series would be available for pre-order through their website. Hollywood news sources have recently stated that in 2014, a new Six Million Dollar Man movie; titled "Steve Austin", is definately in the works, and it will star Matthew Gagston, but Lee Major II will be making a special appearance. Matt will be working on other new movies: I-SPY, ROUTE 66, A-TEAM, STARSKY & HUTCH, GASTON & POPE, SKIPWORTH & TURNER, NEW JERSEY PATROL, STAR TREK: THE CONTINUUM, THE INVINCIBLE IRONMAN, and more.. (based on classic tv shows) along with other legendary actors like; Kiefer Sutherland, Vic "The Iceman" Beckles, Jamie Foxx, Ed Norten, Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Cruise, Alex Pope, Jim Carrey, Dwayne Johnson, and Will Smith![5]
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    Lee Majors (born April 23, 1939) is an American prolific character actor of stage, primarily known for his roles in movies, sitcoms and television who also starred in four long-running ABC TV series over four decades.

    The naturally blond-headed Majors is best known for his roles as Barbara Stanwyck's husband's illegitimate son, Heath Barkley, on The Big Valley (1965-1969), as Arthur Hill's law partner/friend, Jess Brandon, on Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (1971-1974), as Colonel Steve Austin, on The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978), and as Colt Seavers on The Fall Guy (1981-1986). He also had a recurring role as Col. Seymour Kooze in Son of the Beach.

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    Majors was born Harvey Lee Yeary in the Detroit suburb of Wyandotte, Michigan. Parents Carl & Alice Yeary were both killed in separate car accidents (prior to his birth and when he was one year old respectively) and at age two, Majors was adopted by an uncle and aunt, Harvey and Mildred Yeary, and moved with them, and their biological son, Bill, to Middlesboro, Kentucky.[citation needed]
    Since his adoptive older brother had been a football star in school, Majors tirelessly committed himself to the sport. While a student at Middlesboro High School, he participated in many sports from track to football. He graduated in 1957, and earned a scholarship to Indiana University, where he again competed in sports. Majors transferred to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, in 1959. He played in his first game the following year, but suffered a severe back injury which left him paralyzed for two weeks, and ended his college football career. Following his injury, he turned his attention to acting and performed in plays at the Pioneer Playhouse in Danville, Kentucky. Majors graduated from Eastern in 1962 with a degree in History and Physical Education.[citation needed]
    After college, he received an offer to try out for the St. Louis Cardinals football team. Instead, he moved to Los Angeles and found work at the Los Angeles Park and Recreation Department as the Recreation Director for North Hollywood Park. This was after a brief stint playing for the new football franchise Boston Patriots as a safety. In LA, Majors met many actors and industry professionals, including Dick Clayton, who had been James Dean's agent, and Clayton suggested he attend his acting school. After one year of acting school, Clayton felt that Majors was ready to start his career. At this time, he picked up the stage name Lee Majors as a tribute to childhood Johnny Majors who was a player and future coach for the University of Tennessee. Majors also studied at Estelle Harmon's acting school at MGM.[citation needed]
    Career:

    Early roles

    At age 25, Majors landed his first, although uncredited, role in Strait-Jacket (1964), which starred Joan Crawford. After appearing in a 1965 episode of Gunsmoke, he starred as Howard White in an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, “The Monkey’s Paw - A Retelling,” based on the short story by W. W. Jacobs later the same year.
    Majors got his big break when he beat out over 400 young actors, including Burt Reynolds, for the co-starring role of Heath Barkley in a new ABC western series, The Big Valley, which starred Barbara Stanwyck. Also starring on the show was another newcomer, Linda Evans, who played Heath's younger sister, Audra. Richard Long and Peter Breck played his brothers Jarrod and Nick, respectively. One of Heath's frequently used expressions during the series was "Boy howdy!" Big Valley was an immediate hit. During the series, Majors co-starred in the 1968 Charlton Heston film Will Penny, for which he received an "Introducing" credit, and landed the lead role in The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969), a made-for-television film which was first broadcast by ABC. The film is notable as being one of the very first films to deal with the subject matter of Vietnam veterans "coming home". That same year, he was offered the chance to star in Midnight Cowboy (1969), but The Big Valley was renewed for another season and he was forced to decline the role (which later went to Jon Voight). When The Big Valley was cancelled in 1969, he signed a long-term contract with Universal Studios. In 1970, Majors joined the cast of The Virginian for its last season.
    In 1971, he landed the role of Arthur Hill's partner, Jess Brandon, on Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, which garnered critical acclaim during its three seasons on ABC. In one episode, his then girlfriend, Farrah Fawcett, guest-starred.

    The Six Million Dollar Man

    Majors' co-starring role on Owen Marshall led him to a starring role as Colonel Steve Austin, an ex-astronaut with bionic implants in The Six Million Dollar Man, a 1973 television movie broadcast on ABC.
    In 1974, the network decided to turn it into a weekly series. The series became a huge international success, being screened in over 70 countries, and made Majors a leading pop icon of the 1970s. Co-starring on the show was Richard Anderson as Austin's boss, Oscar Goldman, and Martin E. Brooks as the doctor in charge of the bionics lab, Rudy Wells (also played by at various times during the show by Alan Oppenheimer). Lee also invited his then wife, Farrah Fawcett, to guest-star in four episodes. By this time, Majors and Fawcett were a high-profile Hollywood couple and were on the cover of magazines everywhere. Majors also made his directorial debut in 1975, on an episode called "One of Our Running Backs Is Missing," which co-starred pro football players such as Larry Csonka and Dick Butkus.
    During the show's second season, the producers gave Austin a love interest on the show, Jaime Sommers (played by actress Lindsay Wagner). Steve and Jaime rekindle their school-age relationship and get engaged before she is injured in a skydiving accident and is given similar bionic implants to Austin, but with a bionic right ear instead of a bionic left eye. At the end of the two-part episode, Jaime dies. However, ABC received a flood of letters from upset fans who wanted Wagner's character brought back from the dead. This was done and the character was eventually given her own spin-off show, The Bionic Woman.
    In 1977, with The Six Million Dollar Man still a hit series, Majors tried to renegotiate his contract with Universal Television. The studio in turn filed a lawsuit to force him to report to work due to stipulations within his existing contract that had not yet expired. When he did not report to work that June, studio executives relented and offered Majors a raise. However, ratings began to decline and The Six Million Dollar Man was canceled in March 1978 (as was The Bionic Woman).[citation needed] In November 2010, Time Life released a 40 DVD set featuring every episode and bonus features from the show. There is confirmation that an 2014, new Six Million Dollar Man movie will be released along with other sequels; titled "The Six Billion Dollar Man", featuring new special effects & computer technology that will make this bionic man, more invincible, much like Schwarzenegger's "Terminator" movies, only with the new Austin, as a good guy turned into a Super Hero, not a Frankenstein monster.[1]

    The Fall Guy

    In 1981, Majors returned in another long-running television series. Producer Glen A. Larson (who had first worked with Majors on Alias Smith and Jones, where Majors had a one episode part, and later on The Six Million Dollar Man) asked him to star in the pilot of The Fall Guy. Majors played Colt Seavers, a Hollywood stuntman and part-time bounty hunter. The Fall Guy allowed Majors an opportunity to show off his comedic abilities, something audiences hadn’t yet seen. Majors was also a producer and a director on the show, and even sang its theme song, the self-effacing "Unknown Stuntman." Majors also invited several longtime friends, Linda Evans, Peter Breck, Lindsay Wagner and Richard Anderson, to guest-star in various episodes. The series ran for five seasons until 1986.

    1987 - present

    Between 1987 and 1994, Majors and Lindsay Wagner reunited in three The Six Million Dollar Man/The Bionic Woman TV movies. Majors also made a cameo appearance in the 1988 holiday comedy Scrooged.
    In 1990, he had a recurring role in Tour of Duty, and a recurring role in the short-lived 1992 series, Raven. He also made cameo appearances in Out Cold (2001) Big Fat Liar (2002) and The Brothers Solomon (2007) The Story of Bonnie and Clyde (2010)
    Majors voiced the character of "Big" Mitch Baker in the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
    Majors played Jaret Reddick's disconnected father in Bowling For Soup's 2007 video, "When We Die." That same year, he played Grandpa Max in Ben 10: Race Against Time, and voiced a character on the APTN animated children's program Wapos Bay: The Series that was named "Steve from Austin". He also played a minor role in Stephen King's The Mist.
    Majors played Coach Ross on the CW Network's television series The Game, which ran from October 1, 2006 to May 20, 2009.[2]
    Majors appeared in the role of God in "Jim Almighty" a 2007 episode of According to Jim. He would later return to the role in that show's 2009 series finale, "Heaven Opposed to Hell". Also in 2008, Majors played a member of the Minutemen (dedicated to preventing illegal border crossings) in Season Four of the Showtime series Weeds, where he recruits Kevin Nealon’s character.
    Lee Majors appeared on ITVs The British Comedy Awards 2009 on December 12, 2009 alongside Claudia Winkleman.
    In March 2010 Majors played the crusty sailing instructor in the Community episode "Beginner Pottery". The following month, he appeared as the mentor of the series lead in "Christopher Chance", the 12th episode of Human Target. Later that year, he provided the voice of General Abernathy in G.I. Joe: Renegades. He would later reprise the role in a 2011 episode. In 2011 he also made a brief appearance as Don Reger in the 2011 episode "Well Suitored" of the CBS series $#*! My Dad Says.

    Personal life

    Majors has been married to:
    • Kathy Robinson (married 1961, divorced 1964); two children from, actor Lee Majors II (born circa 1962). Majors II appeared as an OSI agent in the three The Six Million Dollar Man/The Bionic Woman reunion movies with his father. And model, Faith Majors (born circa 1964). Who was married to now hot actor and director; Matt Gagston, the two still remain very close friends and lovers, it is rumored that they still plan to have more children together.
    • Farrah Fawcett, actress, (married July 28, 1973, separated 1979, divorced February 16, 1982). During the first six years of their marriage, she was billed as Farrah Fawcett-Majors. In 1976, the couple simultaneously starred in separate top-rated shows (The Six Million Dollar Man and Charlie's Angels). After they split, Fawcett famously said, "If he's the six-million-dollar man, I'm the ten-billion-dollar woman." When Fawcett died on June 25, 2009, after her three-year-long battle with anal cancer, Majors issued a statement which read, "She fought a tremendous battle against a terrible disease. She was an angel on earth and now an angel forever." Besides attending her funeral, several reports indicated that Majors reconnected with Fawcett before her death.[3]
    • Karen Velez (Lee's ex-wife), Playboy Playmate, (married 1988, divorced 1994); one daughter, Nikki Loren, and twin sons, Dane Luke and Trey Kulley.[4]
    • Faith Majors (Lee Major's Daughter), actress and model, (married on November 1, 2002 to film director & actor Matt Gagston) they divorved in 2008, they have only three sons.
    • Lee Majors II (Lee Majors's Son), actor (married to Kate Robinson in 1986) they have a son, Jacob Majors who also is an actor.
    In the middle of 2003, Majors had heart bypass surgery.[5]


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    TV guest appearancesTour of Dutyas SPC Robby Scarlet in Three Cheers for the Orange, White and Blue
    The Fall Guy as Dustin Seavers, Colt Seavers' long-lost son in the episode In His Shadow
    MoviesIce Cream Man - 1995 as Det. Maldwyn
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    It Takes a Thief
    GenreDrama/Adventure
    Created byRoland Kibbee
    StarringRobert Wagner
    Malachi Throne
    Fred Astaire
    Ed Binns
    Theme music composerDave Grusin
    Composer(s)Dave Grusin
    Benny Golson
    Oliver Nelson
    Billy Goldenberg
    Lyn Murray
    Ernie Freeman
    Country of origin United States
    Language(s)English
    No. of seasons3
    No. of episodes66 (List of episodes)
    Production
    Executive producer(s)Jack Arnold
    Gordon Oliver
    Frank Price
    Producer(s)Gene L. Coon
    Leonard Horn
    Glen A. Larson
    Paul Mason
    Winston Miller
    Leslie Stevens
    Running time51 min.[1]
    Broadcast
    Original channelABC
    Original runJanuary 9, 1968 – March 24, 1970 Now Being Revamped For September 2010- 2012 TV Series To Celebrate These Classic TV Shows, by Producer/Writer & Actor: Dr. Frank Beckles, Jr., a.k.a Vic "The Iceman" Beckles..

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    It Takes a Thief is an American action-adventure television series that aired on ABC for two and a half seasons between January 9, 1968, and March 24, 1970. It starred veteran movie actor Robert Wagner in his television debut as sophisticated thief Alexander Mundy, who works for the U.S. government in return for his release from prison. For most of the series, Malachi Throne played Noah Bain, Mundy's boss.
    It was among the last of the 1960s spy television genre, although
    Mission: Impossible continued for several years. It Takes A Thief was inspired by, though not based upon, the 1955 Cary Grant motion picture To Catch a Thief, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. In the new 2005-2011 series, this classic TV show continues with the Son of Alexander Mundy; Oliver Mundy, carrying on the Mundy Tradition as a renown thief and computer hacker, who is arrested and later recruited by a young C.I.A director, who happens to be the Son of Noah Bain. This new series (which will be the format for a new "It Takes A Thief" Movie) created, and directed by famed film director, songwriter, and actor; Rev. Vic "The Iceman" Beckles.

    Classic TV Series: "It Takes A Thief" & "Knight Rider" Get Revamped with The Sons of Legends Carrying On Their Fathers' Legacy!!!

    The story takes place twenty five years after the original Knight Rider series. Mike Traceur (who later changes his name to Michael Knight), son of the original Michael Knight, has become the driver of the next generation KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand), now a Ford Shelby GT500KR Mustang. Along with a former fiancée Sarah Graiman, the daughter of the scientist Charles Graiman who designed both KITTs, Mike becomes the new champion of Knight Industries, a high tech government and law enforcement contractor.
    In the episode "Day Turns Into Knight", Dr. Graiman dies due to an apparent explosion on a damaged aircraft, and Agent Rivai is seriously injured and forced not to continue on as the team's FBI agent. During the episode "Knight to King's Pawn", the NSA shuts down the KITT Project due to Dr. Graiman's death, and Agent Torres deactivates KITT in order to reactivate KARR. Torres believed that KITT's programming would be able to override KARR's inherent self-preservation protocols to save human lives instead of harming them. In holographic messages to Mike and Sarah, Dr. Graiman reveals this had always been Agent Torres's plan for KITT and that he had opposed him. Mike is told that he was KARR's original driver and that his mind was wiped in the wake of the project's failure. The team find KITT's AI stored online and attempt to rebuild it. Mike then infiltrates Area 51 to install the new KITT AI chip into his confiscated Mustang shell.
    As Mike and KITT flee, KARR discovers that KITT has been reactivated and overcomes KITT's protocols, taking Torres as a hostage/driver. KITT is able to destroy KARR but Agent Torres dies shortly thereafter. Sarah discovers that her father had left all of the Knight Industries' funding in her name. Sarah, Mike, Zoe, and Billy use that funding to restart the Foundation for Law and Government (FLAG) and continue on its original mission.

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    It Takes a Thief is an American action-adventure television series that aired on ABC for two and a half seasons between January 9, 1968, and March 24, 1970. It starred veteran movie actor Robert Wagner in his television debut as sophisticated thief Alexander Mundy, who works for the U.S. government in return for his release from prison. For most of the series, Malachi Throne played Noah Bain, Mundy's boss.
    It was among the last of the 1960s spy television genre, although Mission: Impossible continued for several years. It Takes A Thief was inspired by, though not based upon, the 1955 Cary Grant motion picture To Catch a Thief, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. In the new 2005-2011 series, this classic TV show continues with the Son of Alexander Mundy; Oliver Mundy, carrying on the Mundy Tradition as a renown thief and computer hacker, who is arrested and later recruited by a young C.I.A director, who happens to be the Son of Noah Bain. This new series (which will be the format for a new "It Takes A Thief" Movie) created, and directed by famed film director, songwriter, and actor; Rev. Vic "The Iceman" Beckles.

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    It Takes a Thief is an American action-adventure television series that aired on ABC for two and a half seasons between January 9, 1968, and March 24, 1970. It starred veteran movie actor Robert Wagner in his television debut as sophisticated thief Alexander Mundy, who works for the U.S. government in return for his release from prison. For most of the series, Malachi Throne played Noah Bain, Mundy's boss.
    It was among the last of the 1960s spy television genre, although Mission: Impossible continued for several years. It Takes A Thief was inspired by, though not based upon, the 1955 Cary Grant motion picture To Catch a Thief, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. In the new 2005-2011 series, this classic TV show continues with the Son of Alexander Mundy; Oliver Mundy, carrying on the Mundy Tradition as a renown thief and computer hacker, who is arrested and later recruited by a young C.I.A director, who happens to be the Son of Boah Bain. This new series (which will be the format for a new "It Takes A Thief" Movie) created, and directed by famed film director, songwriter, and actor; Rev. Vic "The Iceman" Beckles.

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    History
    The original 1978 pilot called Pirate's Key was set in Florida. When the show was picked up by CBS, the characters' home was changed from Florida to San Diego, California, where the show's storyline remained for the course of its eight-year run on CBS.
    The show was almost canceled in 1982 due to low ratings. However, CBS decided to give the series another chance and moved the show to Thursday nights at 9 PM following Magnum, P.I. Simon & Simon became a hit after that, and continued to draw ratings for the next several seasons. Simon & Simon actually had a crossover with Magnum, P.I., on the Magnum double episode "Ki's Don't Lie" and in the Simon & Simon episode "Emeralds Are Not a Girl's Best Friend" (both in 1982).
    Simon & Simon moved to Saturday nights late in its run, and the ratings dropped considerably. CBS only committed to a 13-episode season for fall of 1988, but canceled the series with two episodes left unaired including the series finale. That episode did not air until the show entered syndication.
    The show revolves around polar opposite Simon brothers, Rick (McRaney) and Andrew Jackson aka A.J. (Parker). Rick was a United States Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and had much more street sense, while A.J. went to college and had book smarts. Rick preferred things that were viewed by his brother as lower-class, like pickup trucks (Rick's Dodge Power Wagon is notable for its dull paint and large metal bumper used in one episode to crush the engine of a car), while A.J. took care of his money and could afford to be more fashionable (A.J. often drove a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible, and later, a customized Chevrolet Camaro Z28 and also drove a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS convertible in the two-part episode, "Pirate's Key"). A.J. was a practicing Catholic, while Rick was not. Rick lived on a boat in A.J.'s yard. A.J. preferred to first try to do things by the rules while Rick was much more of a free spirit, using a classic P.I. type of justice. Even their guns are different: Rick has a .44 Magnum and A.J. has a .357 Magnum revolver.
    The two went into business together, running a private detective service; the contrasting ways that the brothers went about their investigations and the subsequent conflicts between them provided much of the story each week, in addition to the plots of solving the cases. Although the premise in the series is that Rick is older and A.J. is younger, in fact McRaney and Parker were both born in 1947 with only a four-month age difference. In March of 2012, Famed Directors/Producers Vic "The Iceman" Beckles & Spike Lee (also actors) are coming out with the Motion Picture "Simon & Simon", based on the classic tv series; staring actors: Matt Gagston (NFL Great & Firefighter) as Rick Simon, Rap Star- Eminem as A.J. Simon, and Vic Beckles as Lieutenant Marcel Proust "Downtown" Brown.
    Movie Theme: Rick is a Navy Seal who has been injured in combat (War in Iraq) and given Medical Discharge comes back to the states (after being away from home for 8 years), gets work as a Firefighter, and moves in with his mom & brother A.J. To discover that A.J. is now a Criminal Lawyer, who is fed up of defending criminal scum, and wants a career change, and soon decides to go into business with his brother, and open a Private Investigation Company to help people in need, only to find out that their first case is helping the Police solve the murder of a childhood friend, by the hands of a Serial Killer!
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    One of the Ford Gran Torinos used in the motion picture Starsky & Hutch.
    The protagonists were two Southern California policemen: the dark-haired Brooklyn transplant David Michael Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser) who was a streetwise detective and U.S. Army veteran with intense, sometimes childlike moods, and the blond Duluth, Minnesota native Kenneth 'Hutch' Hutchinson (David Soul), a more reserved and intellectually inclined character with a college background. Under the radio call sign "Zebra Three", they were known for usually tearing around the streets of the fictional California city Bay City. The vehicle of choice was Starsky's two-door Ford Gran Torino, which was red with a large white vector stripe. It was nicknamed the "Striped Tomato" by Hutch in the episode "Snowstorm"; the nickname was subsequently adopted by the fans of the series. However, the term didn't come from the writers - it came from a real-life comment that Glaser made. In a segment titled Starsky & Hutch: Behind The Badge that was featured on the first season DVD collection, Glaser stated that when he was first shown the Torino by Aaron Spelling, he sarcastically said to Soul, "That thing looks like a striped tomato!" Hutch also had a car, a battered tan 1973 Ford Galaxie 500, which occasionally appeared when the duo needed separate vehicles or for undercover work.- Celebrity Biographer, Actor, & Comic Book Writer: Vic "The Iceman" Beckles..
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    Knight Rider (2008-2009) The Hit NBC 2008 series that followed the 1982 TV series of the same title and the 2008 television movie, and in 2012 the series inspired the "Knight Rider", motion Picture staring the main cast members of the 2008 TV series. The series stars Justin Bruening as Mike Traceur, the estranged son of Michael Knight. The series also stars Deanna Russo as Sarah Graiman, Traceur's former girlfriend and love interest. Sarah is the daughter of Charles Graiman. Graiman is played by Bruce Davison, the creator of a new generation of KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand), voiced by NFL star, actor, and renown Christian Book Author Vic Beckles. The series ran for two seasons, and thanks to the box office sales of the 2012 movie. The "Knight Rider" TV series is being re-released, and will continue on NBC in the Fall Season. Reruns of the 2008-2009 seasons are already a big hit on the Bravo Cable Channel. Go to fullsize imageA common misconception among Knight Rider Fans about the "KNIGHT RIDER" cartoon series (in the 1980's) is that it was cheap to produce, due to the small number of voice actors and heavy reliance on stock animation, Games, and a huge workload of other Filmation Cartoons that were in the making, like: "Starsky & Hutch", "Simon & Simon", "The Chronicles of Gagston & Pope", "S.W.A.T", "Bannachek", "Mannix", "Emergency", "The A-Team", "Skipworth & Turner", "Chuck Norris & His Commandos", "The Twilight Zone", "Star Trek", "Rookies", "Gunsmoke", "The Virginian", "Paladin: Have Gun Will Travel", "It Takes A Thief", "Run For Your Life", "Dallas", "Nighthawk", "Adam-12", "Route 66", "Green Hornet", "Chico & The Man", "The Streets of San Francisco", "Barnaby Jones", "My Three Sons", "Steve McQueen: BULLITT", "SHAFT", "The Rockford Files", "KOJAK", "Dragnet", "M.A.S.H", "The Wild Wild West", "Land of The Giants", "Lost In Space", "Zorro", "The Lone Ranger", "Jonah Hex", "Maverick", "Lawman", "Gremlins", "Bat Masterson", "Cannon", "Jake & The Fatman", "Hardcastle & McCormick", "The Rifleman", "Buck Rogers & The 25th Century", "The Invaders", "The Karate Kid", "The Fugitive", "V", "Giligan's Island", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "The Jackson 5", "The Beatles", "Laredo", "The Andy Griffith Show", "Sherlock Holmes", "Daniel Boone", "Peter Gunn", "Mike Hammer", "I SPY", "The Brady Bunch", "The Hardy Boys", "Airwolf", "Wagon Train", "Bonanza", "Ellery Queen", "Frank The Tank", "Mr. T", "Spencer For Hire", "Magnum P.I.", "Marcus Welby M.D.", "Conan The Barbarian", "Happy Days", "Sgt. Slaughter & RoadBlock", "Bruce Lee: Enter The Dragon", "Dakota Smith", "Wyatt Earp & Doc Holliday", "Snake-Eyes: The American Ninja", "Rambo", "The Wright Brothers", "The PeanutGang" (later changed to "The Crimefighters"), "The Little Rascals", "The Dead End Gang", "Cagney & Bogart", "Turboman", "The Six-Million Dollar Man", "The Fall Guy", "A Man Called Hawk", "Dungeons & Dragons", "James Bond", "The Dirty Dozen", "Superfly", "The Gary Coleman Show", "Tron", "Automan", "Evil Knievel: The Daredevil", "Get Smart", "Our Man Flint", "The Magnificent Seven", "Star Wars: Droids", "Riptide", "The Richard Pryor Show", "New Jersey Patrol", "Sanford & Son", "The Greatest American Hero", "James Bond Jr.", "Young Sherlock Holmes", "Rocky", "The Sentinel", "Alias: Smith & Jones", "Jesse James & Pat Garrett", "Muhammed Ali The Greatest Boxer", "The Six Billion Dollar Man", and "C.H.i.P's". In fact, the series was one of the more expensive 1980s animated series to produce, primarily due to the entire series production being handled in the U.S., rather than having the animation outsourced to another country. Comic Book Series for each and every one of these Classic TV Shows & Heroes are currently being re-published by Dynamite & Ultraverse Comics (2010-Present).
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  • The story takes place twenty five years after the original Knight Rider series. Mike Traceur (who later changes his name to Michael Knight), son of the original Michael Knight, has become the driver of the next generation KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand), now a Ford Shelby GT500KR Mustang. Along with a former fiancée Sarah Graiman, the daughter of the scientist Charles Graiman who designed both KITTs, Mike becomes the new champion of Knight Industries, a high tech government and law enforcement contractor.
    In the episode "Day Turns Into Knight", Dr. Graiman dies due to an apparent explosion on a damaged aircraft, and Agent Rivai is seriously injured and forced not to continue on as the team's FBI agent. During the episode "Knight to King's Pawn", the NSA shuts down the KITT Project due to Dr. Graiman's death, and Agent Torres deactivates KITT in order to reactivate KARR. Torres believed that KITT's programming would be able to override KARR's inherent self-preservation protocols to save human lives instead of harming them. In holographic messages to Mike and Sarah, Dr. Graiman reveals this had always been Agent Torres's plan for KITT and that he had opposed him. Mike is told that he was KARR's original driver and that his mind was wiped in the wake of the project's failure. The team find KITT's AI stored online and attempt to rebuild it. Mike then infiltrates Area 51 to install the new KITT AI chip into his confiscated Mustang shell.
    As Mike and KITT flee, KARR discovers that KITT has been reactivated and overcomes KITT's protocols, taking Torres as a hostage/driver. KITT is able to destroy KARR but Agent Torres dies shortly thereafter. Sarah discovers that her father had left all of the Knight Industries' funding in her name. Sarah, Mike, Zoe, and Billy use that funding to restart the Foundation for Law and Government (FLAG) and continue on its original mission.

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    The 18-year-old son of Hollywood actor Lee Majors, who starred as the "Six-Million Dollar Man," was arrested in Michigan last month after police said he ran a red light.
    Beverly Hills police said officers also found marijuana and other drug paraphernalia inside Trey Majors' car when he was pulled over on April 27.
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    He pleaded not guilty to drug possession charges at his arraignment Wednesday before a magistrate in 46th District Court in Southfield.
    He and his twin brother have been living in Beverly Hills while attending Seaholm High School in Birmingham.
    Lee Majors, 72, was born in Wyandotte, Mich.
    His third wife, Karen Velez, a Playboy playmate, is Trey's mother. The couple had three children before divorcing in 1994.
    Trey Majors is due back in court for a pretrial hearing June 9.


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    Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers returned in three subsequent made-for-television movies: The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1987), Bionic Showdown (1989) — which featured Sandra Bullock in an early role as a new bionic woman; and Bionic Ever After? (1994) in which Austin and Sommers finally marry. Majors reprised the role of Steve Austin in all three productions, which also featured Richard Anderson and Martin E. Brooks, and Lindsay Wagner (in real life was Lee Major's mistress & lover) reprising the role of Jaime Sommers. The reunion films addressed the partial amnesia Sommers had suffered during the original series, and both featured Majors's son, Lee Majors II, as OSI agent Jim Castillian (who became the new Six Million Dollar Man). The first two movies were written in the anticipation of creating new bionic characters in their own series, but nothing further was seen of these new characters, except for in an independant film in 1996, directed by Matthew Gagston; titled "Legacy of The Six Million Dollar Man", in which an OSI conspiracy was revealed to be behind the kidnapping of Sommers baby boy in 1978, raising and training him to become The New & Improved Six Million Dollar Man, using alien technology to enhance and improve his bionic powers, making the young man (now age 28) into an invulnerable superhero and crimefighter. Jason Austin, the lost son of Steve Austin, is portrayed by Lee Majors II's son, Jacob Majors.
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