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Date with Danger: Part 1 

Part 1 of Date with Danger: Robert Walker Jr. stars in dual roles, one as OS agent, the other as an evil computer hacker bent on controlling computers, satellites, and then the world. Bob ... See full summary »

Director:

Rod Holcomb

Writers:

Martin Caidin (novel), John Meredyth Lucas (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Lee Majors ... Col. Steve Austin
Richard Anderson ... Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks ... Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
Robert Walker Jr. ... Cloche / Bell
Luke Askew ... Banner
Elaine Giftos ... Emily
Noah Keen ... Joe Canton
Hank Brandt Hank Brandt ... Fowler
Robert Hackman Robert Hackman ... Foreman
Nat Christian ... 1st Courier (as Nathaniel Christian)
Bonnie Toman Bonnie Toman ... Gloria
Eric Lawrence Eric Lawrence ... O.S.I. Guard
Paul Tulley Paul Tulley ... Ralph (as Paul Tully)
William Wheatley William Wheatley ... Janitor (as Wm. Wheatley)
Raymond Davis Raymond Davis ... Pete (as Raymond 'Bud' Davis)
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Part 1 of Date with Danger: Robert Walker Jr. stars in dual roles, one as OS agent, the other as an evil computer hacker bent on controlling computers, satellites, and then the world. Bob Eubanks (game show host of The Newlywed Game) costars as Robert Walker Jr. evil sidekick. Robert Walker Jr., as evil Cloche, sends instructions to take over bank accounts, hiring an assassin to kill Steve Austin, blow up buildings, etc. while trying to seduce his co-tenant. Cloche is also panting false information to frame what he is doing on his lookalike in the OS. Written by archiesaffair

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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 February 1978 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Robert Walker Jr. has a dual role in this two part episode. Bob Eubanks, host of The Newlywed Game, stars as Robert Walker Jr.'s evil sidekick. See more »

Goofs

When Steve is typing on the terminal, he is typing at bionic speed with both hands even though only one is bionic. See more »

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Plot was good, but overall subpar
1 July 2019 | by MiketheWhistleSee all my reviews

The plot of the show was really good and interesting, and with how much computers impact our lives today made it even better. I was disappointed with Robert Walker's acting although I've never been that impressed by him. Elaine Giftos actually saved the episode and her interactions with Steve is solely what made this ep acceptable.


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