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Gary Burns, the content development manager for the show, said: "The Six Million Dollar man had sci-fi elements so it's a nice fit for Comic Con, but also a great one for the memorabilia side.
During the 1970s, for example, "The Six Million Dollar Man" and "The Incredible Hulk" were popular TV shows.
A "bionic man" was the material of science fiction in the 1970s when the television show "The Six Million Dollar Man" showed the adventures of a character named Steve Austin, a former astronaut whose body was rebuilt using synthetic parts after he nearly died.
His numerous small-film roles included Gun Crazy and Blonde Dynamite as well as guest appearances on The Six Million Dollar Man, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and Adventures of Superman.
The Six Million Dollar Man slots are themed after the popular 1970s-era American TV show about a former astronaut with bionic powers.
Austin was, of course, the central character in classic 1970s adventure series The Six Million Dollar Man. For the uninitiated (or those who've forgotten what it was about) Austin is an astronaut severely injured in a crash, and medical experts use advanced technology to rebuild his body.
In the Six Million Dollar Man astronaut Steve Austin, played by Lee Majors, was left horribly injured after his craft crashed.
Owner Sid Hicks compares his pet to the Six Million Dollar Man from the 1970s TV series, who is rebuilt with bionic implants.
THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: The Complete Collection (PG) THE STORY The 1970s TV series stars Lee Majors as Colonel Steve Austin, a former astronaut "rebuilt" with bionic parts after a crash.
He also wrote episodes of Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Banacek, Wonder Woman and The Six Million Dollar Man.
When I was a strapping young lad of 14 or so, one f my favorite TV shows was The Six Million Dollar Man. If you're my age, I bet you watched it too.
I got to sit in the middle and hold Lee's script of the pilot for the TV western "Big Valley." He later went onto further fame as the Six Million Dollar Man.