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On set with Lee Majors filming a new family movie together on the west coast of Canada.#togetheragain pic.twitter.com/n WRpa6k Ruu — Lindsay Wagner (@mslindsaywagner) May 31, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsentitled “The Bionic Woman.” Majors’ superhuman and bionic Steve Austin rekindles a romance with professional tennis player Jaime Sommers, who suffers a parachuting accident that results in her own bionic surgery.
Barely surviving a near fatal crash, Austin was equipped with a bionic arm, two bionic legs and a bionic eye, making him "better, stronger, faster," and all for the price of, well, you can guess. When you work your behind off for so many years, it's nice to know that some of your work was appreciated. Majors said Andre would be sitting waiting in the hot sun in his hairy Bigfoot costume, guzzle six beers at once, crush the cans, get up and do a scene without even being fazed. "He was such a wonderful wrestler and his athletic ability was amazing – I said, 'God, I'm going to be crushed' – but he didn't touch me. The worse thing was to go into a bar back then and have somebody want to arm wrestle you. Majors: After about a year, I didn’t have a love interest in 22 shows and I finally said, "You know I got to get a love interest, because I'm tired of looking at you hairy-legged guys running around here." And that's when we thought up the idea of a former girlfriend, and that's where Lindsay Wagner came in.
She is one of dozens of celebrity guests who will attend Comic Con Palm Springs Friday through Sunday to meet fans, sign autographs and mug for the camera.
Her contemporary in television, Lynda Carter, aka “Wonder Woman” will also be at Comic Con Palm Springs to perform a concert on Saturday.
Along with his marriage to actress and poster girl Farrah Fawcett Majors (Farrah Fawcett, after their divorce), Majors became a television icon, inspiring millions of young fans to imitate his slow-motion bionic fights, all accompanied by the iconic "duh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh" sound effects. CBCNews.ca: I had all the memorabilia, I had the action figure… He was such a gentle man." CBCNews.ca: What about the smartass fans... CBCNews.ca: There were rumours you didn’t get along.
When she found out they wanted to do the last movie, she asked the filmmakers if they were finally going to get married and was met with an “I don’t know.”“I said ‘You have tortured this audience long enough. Hence the “Bionic Ever After.”Wagner and Majors are still friends and work together. She also recently finished filming a movie in South Africa called “Samson” which is based on the story of Samson and Delilah.
She was such a hit she was given her own spin-off series which premiered on ABC in January 1976 as a mid-season replacement.
It ran for two more seasons until 1978.“There wasn’t any prime-time show that starred a woman in the dramatic area.
There were a couple people who were forerunners in the comedy area, but not a serious role and certainly not in a man’s role, so 'The Bionic Woman' kind of broke that glass ceiling and then all of a sudden there was a flood,” Wagner said.
With her own pair of bionic legs making her capable of outpacing a car, a bionic right arm able to bend steel and a bionic ear capable of hearing the lightest whisper, she embarked on her own secret government missions and earned Wagner an Emmy in 1977 in the drama series category.
“So it was really tough but it was also very exciting and fun and not trying to have Jaime solve everything by bashing somebody because she was stronger and that was the primary mandate from me.