|Bionic Showdown: The Six Million $ Man and the Bionic Woman 1989 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action
Director: Alan J. Levi
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Lee Majors, Richard Anderson, Sandra Bullock, Robert Lansing, Josef Sommer, Lee Majors II, Jeff Yagher, Martin E. Brooks, Geraint Wyn Davies, Lawrence Dane, Carolyn Dunn, Jack Blum, Andy Dan, David Adamson
This made-for-TV film, attempting to land a series, has some good action as the Bionic Woman (Lindsay Wagner) and the Six-Million-Dollar Man (Lee Majors) unite with "young" bionic duos and go after spies who threaten U.S.-Soviet relations.
|The Bionic Woman 1976 N/R, 96 min.|
Director: Richard Moder
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Lee Majors, Richard Anderson, Martin E. Brooks, Sam Chew Jr., Martha Scott, Christopher Stone, Don Porter, Ford Rainey, Robbie Rist, Al Hansen, Robbie Wolcott, John Houseman, Lew Ayres, Roger Perry
This pilot for the successful 1970s' series stars Lindsay Wagner as Jaimie Sommers, a tennis star severely injured in a sky diving accident. When bionic implants save her life, she becomes a super agent for the government.
|Convicted 1986 TV, 104 min.|
Director: David Lowell Rich
Cast: John Larroquette, Lindsay Wagner, Carroll O'Connor, Bert Remsen, Patricia Gaul, Jenny Lewis, Jaime McEnnan, Christopher Roberts, Caitlin O'Heaney
After a man (John Larroquette) is falsely accused and convicted of rape, his loyal wife (Lindsay Wagner) spends five years determined to uncover the truth behind the crime.
|High Risk 1981 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy / Drama
Director: Stewart Raffill
Cast: James Brolin, Cleavon Little, Bruce Davison, Chick Vennera, Anthony Quinn, Lindsay Wagner, James Coburn, Ernest Borgnine, Eduardo Noriega
Four Americans–Stone (James Brolin), Tony (Chick Venera), Dan (Bruce Davison), and Rockney (Cleavon Little)–hatch a plot to parachute into the jungles of South America and steal $5 million from the mansion of drug dealer Serrano (James Coburn). The plan works, but getting out of South America proves difficult when they are hunted down by Seranno and a group of bandits who also want the money.
|Nighthawks 1981 R, 99 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Bruce Malmuth
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Billy Dee Williams, Rutger Hauer, Nigel Davenport, Lindsay Wagner, Joe Spinell, Catherine Mary Stewart, Edward Fox, Persis Khambatta, Hilary Thompson, Walter Mathews, E. Brian Dean, Caesar Cordova, Charles Duval, Tony Munafo
Two N.Y.C. cops–Deke DaSilva (Sylvester Stallone) and Matthew Fox (Billy Dee Williams)–are recruited to track down international terrorist Wulfgar (Rutger Hauer) who has detonated a bomb in a department store and killed several children. DaSilva and Fox enter a cat-and-mouse game in their effort to catch Wulfgar and track him down via a variety of urban locations including subways, discos, and even a tram above Manhattan.
|Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7 1993 PG, 87 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Larry Shaw
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Robert Loggia, David Clennon, Hilary Edson, Farrah Forke, Jennifer Lopez, Paula Marshall, Tom Irwin, Joan McMurtrey, Pedro Armendariz Jr., Jay Patterson, Sergio Calderon
Medically trained personnel are flying to a medical station in the rain forest when their plane crashes in a Mexican jungle. Survivors aid the wounded until help arrives, and then difficult decisions must be made on how to evacuate. Based on a true story.
|Once in a Lifetime 1994 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Once in a Lifetime'
Director: Michael Miller
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Barry Bostwick, Duncan Regehr, Amy Aquino, Rex Smith, Fran Bennett, Darrell Thomas Utley, Debra Sullivan, Michael Mitz, Michael Laskin
Widow Daphne Fields (Lindsay Wagner) is visiting her deaf son, Jeffrey (Rex Smith), at his boarding school where she meets Dr. Matthew Dane (Barry Bostwick). The two bond, and Daphne's life takes a change for the better. Based on Danielle Steele's novel.
|The Paper Chase 1973 PG, 111 min.|
Director: James Bridges
Cast: Timothy Bottoms, John Houseman, Lindsay Wagner, Graham Beckel, Edward Herrmann, James Naughton, David Clennon, Lenny Baker, Craig Richard Nelson, Blair Brown, Robert Lydiard, Regina Baff, Irma Hurley, Bill Moher, Richard Whelan
Things are bad enough for struggling graduate student James T. Hart (Timothy Bottoms) attending Harvard Law School. However, his troubles are compounded when he falls in love with Susan (Lindsay Wagner) who just happens to be the daughter of his demanding law professor, Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr. (John Houseman). Houseman received an Oscar as Best Supporting Actor.
|Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman 1987 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Ray Austin
Cast: Lee Majors, Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, Martin Landau, Gary Lockwood, Tom Schanley, Lee Majors II
The stars of two series of the 1970s are reunited to stop a terrorist group. Personal complications also arise as Steve Austin's (Lee Majors) son is in a crash and Steve must decide about bionically "rebuilding" him as he had done with Jaime Sommers (Lindsay Wagner). The hoped-for TV series didn't materialize, but a sequel was made.
|Ricochet 1991 R, 105 min.|
Director: Russell Mulcahy
Cast: Denzel Washington, John Lithgow, Ice-T, Kevin Pollak, Lindsay Wagner, Mary Ellen Trainor, John Amos, Victoria Dillard, Josh Evans, Jesse Ventura
After rookie cop Nick Styles (Denzel Washington) captures psychopath Blake (John Lithgow), Styles rises to the position of Assistant District Attorney. What he has not counted on is Blake's revenge.
|The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story 1988 TV, 100 min.|
aka: The Flight
Director: Paul Wendkos
Cast: Lindsay Wagner, Eli Danker, Sandy McPeak, Ray Wise, Leslie Easterbrook, Laurie Walters, Joseph Nasser, Barry Jenner, Jim McMullan, Steven Eckholdt
In 1985, a Flight Attendant was credited for saving nearly all of the passengers' lives during a hijacking. This very good TV film tells the story of that real-life incident.
|Two People 1973 R, 100 min.|
Director: Robert Wise
Cast: Peter Fonda, Lindsay Wagner, Estelle Parsons, Alan Fudge, Philippe March, Frances Sternhagen, Geoffrey Horne, Nathalie Baye
On his way home to give himself up as a Vietnam War deserter, Evan Bonner (Peter Fonda) meets and falls in love with a model, Diedre McCluskey (Lindsay Wagner).
|1. Bionic Showdown: The Six Million $ Man and the Bionic Woman (1989)|
2. The Bionic Woman (1976)
3. Convicted (1986)
4. High Risk (1981)
5. Nighthawks (1981)
6. Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7 (1993)
7. Once in a Lifetime (1994)
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Once in a Lifetime'
8. The Paper Chase (1973)
9. Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1987)
10. Ricochet (1991)
11. The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story (1988)
aka: The Flight
12. Two People (1973)
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