The Six Million Dollar Man ITV, 1974-79 YOU can tell it was the '70s, six million would barely buy you a bionic elbow these days.
What does TSMDM stand for?
TSMDM stands for The Six Million Dollar Man (TV show)
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Austin was, of course, the central character in classic 1970s adventure series The Six Million Dollar Man.
In the Six Million Dollar Man astronaut Steve Austin, played by Lee Majors, was left horribly injured after his craft crashed.
Just like The Six Million Dollar Man would have done in the '70s.
He had also taken on the names of Paul Gadd, the real name of singer Gary Glitter, and Steve Majors, an amalgamation of the name of the television character Steve Austin and Lee Majors, the actor who played Austin in the Six Million Dollar Man series.
THE Six Million Dollar Man was an American TV series about a cyborg working for an American secret service unit.
JACK Black doesn't make quite this much money per film, but as a child he pretended he was the Six Million Dollar Man.
Stepped up to 660 metres at Sheffield, Bernie Doyle's tracker ran the first four bends faster than the Six Million Dollar Man, before the petrol gauge inevitably read empty rounding the final turn.