Austin was mended with a cybernetic arm, legs and an eye that granted him superhuman powers, which he put to use on behalf of the United States government.
also described as having “the look of a man who was born in a Brooks Brothers three-piece suit,” proved the perfect actor to play Goldman, a punctilious, impeccably dressed agent for the Office of Scientific Intelligence.
Each episode began with an experimental plane crashing, followed by scenes from an operating room showing robotic limbs and seemingly computerized shots of a man’s outline covered by a grid.
The original cast members returned in three television movies, most recently “Bionic Ever After?” (1994), in which Steve and Jaime are wed. Mr. Anderson appeared as Goldman and was also an executive producer of the film.
The Anderson family had a successful hat-making business and lived on the Upper East Side of Manhattan until they hit hard times in the Great Depression .
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