|"The Secret of Bigfoot (Part 2)"|
Season 3, Episode 18
|Airdate||February 4th, 1976|
|Producer||Harve Bennett; Arnold F. Turner|
|Starring||Lee Majors; Richard Anderson|
|Previous||"The Secret of Bigfoot (Part 1)|
|Next||"The Golden Pharaoh"|
"The Secret of Bigfoot (Part 2)" is the eighteenth episode of season three of the sci-fi/action television series The Six Million Dollar Man and the fifty-third episode of the series overall (if one includes the three original television movies). It was directed by Alan Crosland with a script written by Kenneth Johnson. It first aired on ABC on February 4th, 1976.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lee Majors||Colonel Steve Austin|
|Richard Anderson||Oscar Goldman|
Guest Stars Edit
|Penelope Windust||Marlene Bekey|
|Donn Whyte||Tom Raintree|
|Andre the Giant||Bigfoot|
Other Stars Edit
|Melvin F. Allen||Ranger|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is include on disc 3.5 of the Six Million Dollar Man: Season 3 DVD collection, which was released by Universal Studios on February 19th, 2013.
- This episode is production code number: 43027.
- Actor André the Giant is credited as Andre the Giant (without the accent in his first name) in this episode.
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