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The Bionic Woman: A Thing of the Past

Harry, a protected witness hidden in Ojai whose testimony sent a number of gangsters behind bars years ago, is now working as a school bus driver. But his quiet life becomes jeopardized when a heroic feat puts him on the newspapers headlines. The just-released hoodlums spot the news and decide to go out looking for revenge when they recognize Harry. Jaime steps in to protect her friend.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 44401
Airdate: Wednesday February 18th, 1976

Director: Alan Crosland
Writer: Philip DeGuere

Special Guest Stars
Lee MajorsLee Majors
As Col. Steve Austin

Guest Stars
Roger PerryRoger Perry
As Mr. Stone
Donald ODonald O'Connor
As Harry Anderson
Don GordonDon Gordon
As Glen Morgan

Co-Guest Stars
Alycia GardnerAlycia Gardner
As Gwen
Christian JuttnerChristian Juttner
As Teddy
Ford RaineyFord Rainey
As Jim Elgin
Robbie WolcottRobbie Wolcott
As Mark
Brian CutlerBrian Cutler
As Major Don Mills
Lorie Busk (1)Lorie Busk (1)
As Caroline
W.T. ZachaW.T. Zacha
As Raines
Main Cast
Lindsay WagnerLindsay Wagner
As Jaime Sommers
Richard AndersonRichard Anderson
As Oscar Goldman


Unknown to Jaime Sommers, a beloved schoolbus driver who has been hiding out in Ojai for years, is tracked down by feared underworld leaders on the ABC Television Network's "The Bionic Woman" Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1976.
In the episode, Donald O'Connor guest stars as bus driver Harry Anderson and Lee Majors makes a special guest appearance as Steve Austin, "The Six Million Dollar Man."
In "A Thing of the Past." Jaime and Harry are returning with her students from a picnic when the bus is involved in an accident and Harry rescues a little girl from the burning vehicle. When his picture appears in a newspaper as a local hero, Harry, who has been living under an assumed name, fears that former underworld connections will learn his true identity. His fears are realized when information on his whereabouts is forwarded to a gangland figure in Chicago...

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