|"Deadly Ringer (Part 1)"|
Season 2, Episode 15
|Airdate||February 2nd, 1977|
|Writer||James D. Parriott|
|Director||Alan J. Levi|
|Producer||Harve Bennett; Kenneth Johnson; Craig Schiller|
|Starring||Lindsay Wagner; Richard Anderson; Martin E. Brooks|
|Previous||"Doomsday is Tomorrow (Part 2)"|
|Next||"Deadly Ringer (Part 2)"|
"Deadly Ringer (Part 1)" is the fifteenth episode from season two of the sci-fi/action TV series The Bionic Woman and the twenty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Alan J. Levi with a teleplay written by James D. Parriott. It first aired on ABC on Wednesday, February 2nd, 1977.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lindsay Wagner||Jaime Sommers/Lisa Galloway|
|Richard Anderson||Oscar Goldman|
|Martin E. Brooks||Doctor Rudy Wells|
Guest Stars Edit
|Don Porter||Doctor James Courtney|
|Warren J. Kemmerling||Warden Cooper|
|Katherine Helmond||Doctor Harkins|
|Ford Rainey||Jim Elgin|
|Pat St. James||Woman convict|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is production code number: 45426.
- This is the seventh episode of The Bionic Woman directed by Alan J. Levi. He directs thirteen episodes of the series in total. This is his fourth episode from season two.
- This is the eighth episode of The Bionic Woman written by James D. Parriott. He writes fifteen episodes of the series in total. This is his fourth episode from season two.
- Music composer Joseph Harnell is credited as Joe Harnell in this episode.
- Director of photography Gene A. Talvin is credited as Gene Talvin in this episode.
- Film editor Alan C. Marks is credited as Alan Marks in this episode.
- Art director Charles R. Davis is credited as Chuck R. Davis in this episode.
- Set decorator Gary Moreno is credited as Gary J. Moreno in this episode.
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See also Edit
The Bionic Woman
The Six Million Dollar Man
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