Season 1, Episode 5
|Airdate||February 25th, 1976|
|Producer||Harve Bennett; Kenneth Johnson|
|Starring||Lindsay Wagner; Richard Anderson|
|Previous||"A Thing of the Past"|
|Next||"The Deadly Missiles"|
"Claws" is the fifth episode of season one of the 1970s sci-fi/action series The Bionic Woman. The episode was directed by Phil Bondelli with a script written by Sue Milburn. It first aired on ABC on Wednesday, February 25th, 1976.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lindsay Wagner||Jaime Sommers|
|Richard Anderson||Oscar Goldman |
Guest Stars Edit
|Jack Kelly||Charles Keys|
|William Schallert||Bill Elgin|
|Tippi Hedren||Susan Victor|
|George D. Wallace||Rancher|
|Sam Vlahos||1st driver|
|Bob Basso||2nd driver|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the only episode of the series that David Dworski works on as a story consultant.
- This is the only episode of the series that Susan Dworski works on as a story consultant.
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See also Edit
The Bionic Woman
The Six Million Dollar Man
External Links Edit
- ↑ Credited, but does not appear in this episode.