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Kenner Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure, Steve Austin
Released in 1975, the rugged Steve Austin Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure stands a tall 13”. Recommended for ages 5 and up, this boss, Fully Articulated action figure comes dressed in a red NASA-style jumpsuit and red sneakers. Make his powerful Bionic arm lift the huge engine block (included with the figure). Look through the back of his head – you’ll see the wide angle lens in his powerful Bionic left Eye. Exchange Bionic Arm Modules – Roll back the skin to reveal the modules that can be removed for Bionic surgery.

Kenner Six Million Dollar Man Mission Control Center
In 1976, the Six Million Dollar Man Mission Control Center arrived on the scene. All the Bionic action begins here. This awesome play set comes with a super-sized inflatable dome measuring 26” wide by 17” high. The dome for the Mission Control Center also had a cool secret escape hatch! Inside is a communications console complete with plug-in cables, command chair and head set.

Here’s what you listened to in 1975!
Here’s what you watched on TV in 1975!
Here’s what you saw at the movies in 1975!

 

Kenner Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure, Steve Austin Kenner Six Million Dollar Man Mission Control Center
Of course, this play set did not include the Steve Austin action figure or the ultra-powerful Critical Assignment Arms, but no one else could operate the Mission Control Center. The Control Center communication console inside the dome comes with six plug in cables, command chair and floor mat. The included TV screen includes interchangeable pictures of Oscar Goldman, Jaime Sommers, Maskatron and other Six Million Dollar Man characters.

The Critical Assignment Arms (sold separately) snap on to the Six Million Dollar Man action figure. Depending on his assignment, you choose from the Oxygen Supply Arm, the Neutralizer Arm or the Lazer Arm (battery not included, as usual). Demonstrate super lifting power with the included Engine Block.

This is the ultimate cool play set for Six Million Dollar Man fans. Hey, and for 50 cents you can join the Six Million Dollar Man BIONIC ACTION CLUB!

– Intro to the hit TV show, The Six Million Dollar Man, courtesy ABC Television –

“Oscar to NASA One.”
B-52 Pilot: “Roger.”
Oscar: “BCS Arm switch is on.”
Steve Austin: “Okay, Victor.”
B-52 Pilot: “Landing Rocket Arm switch is on. Here comes the throttle. Circuit breakers in.”
Steve Austin (voice of Lee Majors): “We have separation.”
Chase plane: “Roger.”
B-52 Pilot: “Inboard and outboards are on, I’m-ma comin’ forward with the slidestick.”
NASA One: “Oscar?”
B-52 Pilot: “Ah, Roger.”
Steve Austin: “I’ve got a blow-out – damper three!”
Chase plane: “Get your pitch to zero.”
Steve Austin: “Pitch is out! I can’t hold altitude!”
B-52 Pilot: “Correction, Alpha Hold is off, threat selectors emergency!”
Steve Austin: “Flight Com! I can’t hold it! She’s breaking up, she’s break—”
silence…
Oscar Goldman: “Steve Austin, astronaut: a man barely alive.
Gentlemen we can rebuild him.
We have the technology.
We have the capability to make the worlds first bionic man.
Steve Austin will be that man.
Better than he was before.
Better, Stronger, Faster…”


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  1. al ODOARDI  December 29, 2013

    Oscar to NASA One.”
    B-52 Pilot: “Roger.
    Oscar : BCS Arm switch is on.”
    Steve Austin: “Okay, Victor.”
    B-52 Pilot: “Landing Rocket Arm switch is on. Here comes the throttle. Circuit breakers in.”
    Steve Austin (voice of Lee Majors): “We have separation.”
    Chase plane: “Roger.”
    B-52 Pilot: “Inboard and outboards are on, Iam-ma comin’ forward with the slidestick.”
    NASA One: “Oscar?”
    B-52 Pilot: “Ah, Roger.”
    Steve Austin: “I’ve got a blow-out – damper three!”
    Chase plane: “Get your pitch to zero.”
    Steve Austin: “Pitch is out! I can’t hold altitude!”
    B-52 Pilot: “Correction, Alpha Hold is off, threat selectors emergency!”
    Steve Austin: “Flight Com! I can’t hold it! She’s breaking up, she’s break—”
    silence…

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    • Les - admin  December 30, 2013

      Nice catch, Al. Duly noted and corrected in the post. Thanks!

      reply

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