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 Posted:   Jan 21, 2020 - 6:05 AM   
 By:   jmarc   (Member)

Episode two of “The Secret of Bigfoot” features some stock Nelson music mixed in. It’s jarring to me to hear the two styles in the same episode.

JJ Johnson did some nice work in season 4 but not much that really stands out. Season 5 I can’t remember anything. By that point, this was a much different show than when it started. I mean Steve was wearing a sweater tied around his shoulders in one episode!

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 21, 2020 - 7:03 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)

Dear Guys:

Of the Six Million Dollar Man series, which episodes should have their cues/soundtracks come out on a CD?
....What episodes would you choose?

==jthree


Oliver Nelson contribution to the series' success is huge IMHO and his musical ideas are well developed throughout the first 3 seasons, well, the first 50 episodes only actually (episode 1 POPULATION:ZERO to 50 HOCUS-POCUS) .

His heavy jazz rythm influence, his accurate sense of pace and orchestrations made his musical contribution to SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN unique in the adventure TV scoring stuff. The absolute very best thing of the seventies I guess.

Here is my selection of what episodes should be totally or partially released in priority.
At least a best of of each episode would be welcome, or a big compilation work assembling all the major motives.

FROM SEASON 1:

POPULATION:ZERO (that final run is great...)
EYEWITNESS TO MURDER
Dr WELLS IS MISSING (that hand fight in the snow is gorgeous...)
THE LAST OF THE 4TH OF JULYS
BURNING BRIGHT

FROM SEASON 2:

NUCLEAR ALERT (that fast motif when Steve leaves the car and runs after the truck...)
THE PIONEERS (the two notes ostinato at the begining and that big fight scene at the end...)
PILOT ERROR (what a finale!)
THE PAL-MIR ESCORT (once the GMC mobilehome is on the road, it never stops...)
THE SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR MAN (that assault on the bad guys by Steve Austin and Barney Miller)
THE MIDAS TOUCH (Oscal Goldman's car arrival at the mine...what a theme!)
THE DEADLY REPLAY (what a finale...)
STRANGER IN BROKEN FORK (the last 5 minutes are incredible...)
THE PEEPING BLONDE (for the Baja Bossa theme)
LOST LOVE
TANEHA (all the scenes with Steve running after the cougar are gorgeous, and feature a totally new theme)
THE E.S.P. SPY
OUTRAGE IN BALINDERRY
STEVE AUSTIN, FUGITIVE (that fight scene with the Caterpillar at the end...oups!)

FROM SEASON 3:

THE PRICE OF LIBERTY (that run of Steve after the truck holding the stolen thing)
THE SONG AND DANCE SPY
THE WOLF BOY (that big fight scene and the following run into the jungle after the wolf boy - what a counterpoint: 3 themes altogether!)
TARGET IN THE SKY (that roll contest on the river and all the search for the hidden missiles...)
ONE OF OUR RUNNING BACKS IS MISSING (running scenes once again...)
THE BIONIC CRIMINAL (second Barney Miller stuff, final fight: no word...)
THE BLUE FLASH
DIVIDED LOYALTY
CLARK TEMPLETON O'FLAHERTY
HOCUS-POCUS

And for sure THE BIONIC WOMAN and THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN deserves a CD on its own.

Of course some motives come back several times throughout the series but there are plenty and enough of them to do at least a terrific 2 CD set "à la THE INVADERS" to get an overall view of Oliver Nelson work for the series.

The JJ Johnson stuff from end Season 3 to 5 is less interesting, as the arrangements are not the caliber of those by Oliver Nelson.

Well, what do you think?



Your list contains stock music, fyi.

 
 Posted:   Jan 21, 2020 - 7:06 AM   
 By:   Scott McOldsmith   (Member)

I agree, much more of Oliver Nelson’s music sticks in the brain. It’s extremely hummable. The only Johnson piece I really loved, which I think I mentioned up thread, was the intro music for the Thunderbirds in The Thunderbird Connection. It’s a really lovely piece of music.

It’s kind of fitting (albeit tragic) that Nelson couldn’t be there for the latter half of the series. It changed from an introspective and serious SF adventure and became a gimmick series. It was caufght up in the stars and styles of the late 70’s. The Mustache Season was particularly gimmicky. While the 5th season tried to get back to more serious adventure, and actually got Steve back in space, overall the series became kinda dull. Lee Majors was coaxed back by having a Brinks truck backed up to his house. After that, he was done and there were talks of Bruce Jenner or even Gil Gerard taking over.

They instead decided to kill the series. Fittingly, The Bionic Woman was cancelled at the same time over at ABC< but unlike that sister series, SMDM didn’t get a good final episode. Jaime had a life changing story. Steve had a “From Russia With Love” ripoff mission. At least the reunion movies tied it up.

 
 Posted:   Jan 21, 2020 - 8:07 AM   
 By:   Thierry Schreurs   (Member)




Your list contains stock music, fyi.


Yes, I am fully aware of it.

If anybody here has an accurate list of which episodes are master for each new theme or motif, this list is much welcome...

 
 Posted:   Jan 21, 2020 - 11:13 AM   
 By:   Thierry Schreurs   (Member)

By the way,

Well known film and TV music fan FISHMAN released on his Youtube channel 23 edited suites from THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN score, mainly by Oliver Nelson but also some JJ Johnson and Gil Mellé stuff.

They are really nice, sound good to very good, with actually some reverb mimicking pseudo-stereo sound.
There are no dialogues, only some sound effects. They obvisouly must come from some DVD source, so the best sounding available source so far.

The result is very effective and enjoyable...considering the lack of any official release.
It's a true labour of love and homage.

May these excerpts help lobbying the "Powers That Be" in the profesional Hollywood film music comunity to consider at last an official release of the highlights of this series' soundtrack...provided the tapes still exist of course...and that our usual favorite soundtrack producers first express interest and introduce such request.

Douglas, MV, anybody?
FILM MUSIC SOCIETY people maybe?

After THE INVADERS and other Quinn Martin's treasures, we can dream of anything to happen....

One question still haunts me of course: did the tapes burned in the 2008 Universal fire or not?? Who can make a definitive statement on the issue?

Anyway, here are FISHMAN's best suites:

BURNING BRIGHT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4d9n4wYEBKs&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=5

THE MIDAS TOUCH
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4d9n4wYEBKs&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=5

TANEHA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui37fotA_5Y&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=16

NUCLEAR ALERT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJArxmJujg8&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=14

THE LAST OF THE FOURTH OF JULYS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR2S-JDNNJE&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=12

THE SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR MAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXtS6gjLdE8&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=9

THE ESP SPY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJArxmJujg8&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=14

POPULATION: ZERO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJArxmJujg8&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=14

and two big suites...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQA_A5gBWrs&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekO8_suWIUE&list=PLXCALJAH2Zp6sSU6oBKzXIrTSamDvhKoV&index=2

Hope this can help the interest grow....

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 23, 2020 - 1:46 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)

I agree, much more of Oliver Nelson’s music sticks in the brain. It’s extremely hummable. The only Johnson piece I really loved, which I think I mentioned up thread, was the intro music for the Thunderbirds in The Thunderbird Connection. It’s a really lovely piece of music.

It's a poor man's rework of Oliver Nelson's “The Deadly Test” (1975/season 3), fyi. Nothing original here.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 23, 2020 - 1:50 AM   
 By:   (Member)   (Member)




Your list contains stock music, fyi.


Yes, I am fully aware of it.

If anybody here has an accurate list of which episodes are master for each new theme or motif, this list is much welcome...


It's private informations. To gain access to the original cue sheets,
you must be a member of the industry or a scholar (or to know someone in the industry).

 
 Posted:   Jan 23, 2020 - 6:58 AM   
 By:   Scott McOldsmith   (Member)

I agree, much more of Oliver Nelson’s music sticks in the brain. It’s extremely hummable. The only Johnson piece I really loved, which I think I mentioned up thread, was the intro music for the Thunderbirds in The Thunderbird Connection. It’s a really lovely piece of music.

It's a poor man's rework of Oliver Nelson's “The Deadly Test” (1975/season 3), fyi. Nothing original here.


Well, okay then. It still stood out as very nice. big grin

 
 Posted:   Jan 27, 2020 - 2:21 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

Normally I'd start a new thread, but on occasion I like to use an existing thread with conversation already going, so.....


INITIAL TV MOVIES:

These are the TV movies that spawned the series. There were other TV movies, but they came after the series, so I'll do those separately.


NO LOADS FOUND.
"The Six Million Dollar Man" (1973)
By: Gil Mellé

"The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War" (1973)
By: Stu Phillips

"The Six Million Dollar Man: The Solid Gold Kidnapping" (1973)
By: Gil Mellé and Oliver Nelson




SEASON 1:




"Population: Zero"
By: Oliver Nelson
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pqxm

Highlights:
  • 39:48 in.
  • 45:47 in.

    These are the only two cues I'd take away from this episode.



    "Survival of the Fittest"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6r8ucj

    Highlights:
  • 15:19 in.
  • 22:22 in.
  • 23:50 in. I think she heard the guiro. ;-)
  • 27:50 in.
  • 29:02 in.
  • 31:42 in.
  • 37:18 in.
  • 41:53 in.
  • 43:12 in.
  • 47:54 in.



    "Operation Firefly"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pqy8

    Highlights:
  • 4:32 in.
  • 9:52 in.
  • 11:47 in.
  • 14:45 in.
  • 15:34 in. And the short banjo cue after the commercial break.
  • 17:57 in.
  • 21:32 in.
  • 25:19 in.
  • 27:30 in.
  • 31:10 in.
  • 37:42 in.
  • 41:12 in.
  • 46:22 in.



    "Day of the Robot"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pr1u

    Highlights:
  • 0:57 in.
  • 4:42 in.
  • 17:06 in.
  • 21:10 in.
  • 26:10 in.
  • 29:30 in. And the cue after the commercial break (there are three brief lulls and the score continues). Together that's over thirteen minutes of score. If it wasn't for Nelson's score, I don't think I could have stood so much slow motion.
  • 44:06 in.
  • 45:51 in.
  • 47:57 in.

  •  
     
     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 5:25 AM   
     By:   (Member)   (Member)

    Normally I'd start a new thread, but on occasion I like to use an existing thread with conversation already going, so.....

    "Day of the Robot"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pr1u

    Highlights:
  • 0:57 in.
  • 4:42 in.
  • 17:06 in.
  • 21:10 in.
  • 26:10 in.
  • 29:30 in. And the cue after the commercial break (there are three brief lulls and the score continues). Together that's over thirteen minutes of score. If it wasn't for Nelson's score, I don't think I could have stood so much slow motion.
  • 44:06 in.
  • 45:51 in.
  • 47:57 in.

    It's just stock music.

  •  
     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 11:13 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 1:

    If I didn't cover an episode, no composer was credited.



    "Little Orphan Airplane"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6revq9

    Highlights:
  • About 4:50 in.
  • 11:16 in.
  • 21:08 in.
  • 21:55 in.
  • 23:27 in.
  • 30:22 in.
  • 32:46 in.
  • 37:46 in.
  • 42:54 in.
  • 44:10 in.



    "Doomsday, and Counting"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6revsw

    Highlights:
  • 0:57 in.
  • 2:48 in.
  • 8:02 in.
  • 17:55 in.
  • 22:41 in.
  • 24:15 in.
  • 27:10 in.
  • 33:06 in.
  • 46:45 in.
  • 47:19 in.



    "Eyewitness to Murder"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rjt4w

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 2:19 in.
  • 3:33 in. Over five minutes long, including some cool stuff.
  • 11:57 in.
  • 18:54 in. Including more cool stuff.*
  • 22:02 in.
  • 26:26 in.
  • 31:05 in.
  • 33:15 in.
  • 36:30 in. And including more of that cool stuff. I know, a lot of similar stuff, but when it sounds like this, I can't give even the tinniest of fucks.

    * = Well, he's stronger than David Dunn. But I have no clue how you rip a door off like that without the window shattering.



    "Rescue of Athena One"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rjtah

    Highlights:
  • 17:29 in.
  • 31:39 in.
  • 43:30 in.



    "Dr. Wells Is Missing"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rjtar

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 2:17 in.
  • 3:55 in.
  • 6:42 in.
  • 9:08 in.
  • 15:40 in.
  • 24:04 in.
  • 25:57 in.
  • 31:45 in.
  • 32:59 in. Almost five minutes of good stuff.
  • 39:21 in.
  • 40:01 in.
  • 41:16 in.



    "The Coward"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rocpx

    Highlights:
  • 9:27 in.
  • 11:36 in.
  • 14:03 in.
  • 17:10 in.
  • 26:39 in.
  • 28:05 in.
  • 30:17 in.
  • 36:52 in.
  • 40:00 in.

    George Takei guest stars some, and I think he was checking Lee out a little.



    "Run, Steve, Run"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60prd0

    Highlights:
  • About 1:48 in.
  • 4:21 in.
  • 8:37 in.
  • 14:45 in.
  • 26:49 in. Joining a cue already in progress.
  • 29:24 in..
  • 34:30/35:30 in.
  • 42:02 in. More Doh dah dee, doh dah da. Four minutes long.



    I don't care if a season one set is five CD's long.

  •  
     
     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 12:52 PM   
     By:   (Member)   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 1:

    If I didn't cover an episode, no composer was credited.

    "Dr. Wells Is Missing"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rjtar

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 2:17 in.
  • 3:55 in.
  • 6:42 in.
  • 9:08 in.
  • 15:40 in.
  • 24:04 in.
  • 25:57 in.
  • 31:45 in.
  • 32:59 in. Almost five minutes of good stuff.
  • 39:21 in.
  • 40:01 in.
  • 41:16 in.



    "The Coward"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rocpx

    Highlights:
  • 9:27 in.
  • 11:36 in.
  • 14:03 in.
  • 17:10 in.
  • 26:39 in.
  • 28:05 in.
  • 30:17 in.
  • 36:52 in.
  • 40:00 in.

    George Takei guest stars some, and I think he was checking Lee out a little.



    "Run, Steve, Run"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60prd0

    Highlights:
  • About 1:48 in.
  • 4:21 in.
  • 8:37 in.
  • 14:45 in.
  • 26:49 in. Joining a cue already in progress.
  • 29:24 in..
  • 34:30/35:30 in.
  • 42:02 in. More Doh dah dee, doh dah da. Four minutes long.



    I don't care if a season one set is five CD's long.



    These three episodes contain stock music.

  •  
     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 2:00 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    SEASON 2:

    The volume is loud on all season two loads unless otherwise noted.



    "Nuclear Alert"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6kzu2k

    Highlights:
  • 5:34 in.
  • 10:25 in.
  • 11:17 in.
  • 14:46 in.
  • 16:56 in.
  • 20:10 in.
  • 25:33 in. There is a brief lull and the music picks back up*.
  • 29:56 in.
  • 31:09 in.
  • 42:16 in. Just over five minutes long.

    * = And Buffy Summers is stronger than Steve Austin. Steve struggled to rip that pad lock off for some reason, but Buffy grabbed one, looked around, and coughed while ripping one off quickly in an episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".



    "The Pioneers"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60prk8

    Highlights:
  • 2:38 in. With the first minute being cool catchy material.
  • 4:51 in.
  • 6:38 in. Starting off with more of that cool catchy material.
  • 9:28 in.
  • 11:04 in.
  • 14:49 in.
  • 16:56 in.
  • 23:33 in.
  • 29:28 in.
  • 35:37 in. Eight minutes long.



    "Pilot Error"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6rtww9

    Highlights:
  • 22:07 in.
  • 28:59 in. A little over two minutes of montage music.
  • 32:01 in.
  • 43:25 in.
  • 47:49 in.



    "The Pal-Mir Escort"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pro3

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 4:48 in.
  • 16:20 in.
  • 18:45 in.
  • 21:02 in.
  • 24:15 in.
  • 32:45 in. About four minutes long.
  • 36:30 in.
  • 38:08 in.
  • 42:25 in.
  • 44:00 in.



    "The Seven Million Dollar Man"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60prs0

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • About 1:55 in.
  • 5:24 in.
  • 7:31 in.
  • 9:52 in.
  • 13:23 in.
  • 20:02 in.
  • 22:44 in. Almost five minutes long.
  • 38:00 in.
  • 40:13 in. Nearly six minutes long.*
  • 48:03 in.

    * = I waited and waited for that conveniently and oddly-placed red axe to be picked off the wall and be used. I was SURE it was going to happen!

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     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 3:56 PM   
     By:   darthbrett   (Member)

    Would love to see The Six Million Dollar Man get a release some day! Classic '70s television music gold. Cozi TV plays it on the weekends and weekdays now and I love listening to it in the background while I am at home. Some really good jazz stuff in those first few seasons with Nelson at the helm! BTW, does anyone know offhand which episode of SMDM Oliver Nelson essentially plagiarizes himself and uses the same exact theme he used for Columbo's "The Greenhouse Jungle" episode?

     
     Posted:   Jan 28, 2020 - 9:37 PM   
     By:   ZapBrannigan   (Member)

    BTW, does anyone know offhand which episode of SMDM Oliver Nelson essentially plagiarizes himself and uses the same exact theme he used for Columbo's "The Greenhouse Jungle" episode?


    I'd like to know that.

    Did everyone know that the sunny, upbeat running theme for Steve and Jaime in "The Bionic Woman" Part 2 (top of Act I) was actually a re-recording of Nelson's main title to DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER? And that's one of my favorite musical scenes of the series. As long as Nelson wrote it and Universal owned it, nobody was going to cry foul!

     
     
     Posted:   Jan 29, 2020 - 2:10 AM   
     By:   (Member)   (Member)

    Would love to see The Six Million Dollar Man get a release some day! Classic '70s television music gold. Cozi TV plays it on the weekends and weekdays now and I love listening to it in the background while I am at home. Some really good jazz stuff in those first few seasons with Nelson at the helm! BTW, does anyone know offhand which episode of SMDM Oliver Nelson essentially plagiarizes himself and uses the same exact theme he used for Columbo's "The Greenhouse Jungle" episode?



    It's the tag scene of “Pilot Error” (season 2).

     
     Posted:   Jan 29, 2020 - 8:48 AM   
     By:   darthbrett   (Member)




    It's the tag scene of “Pilot Error” (season 2).


    Ahhh. Thank you!

    For anyone that was curious or unaware about what I was referring to...
    https://youtu.be/qQA_A5gBWrs?t=317

     
     Posted:   Jan 29, 2020 - 10:14 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Straight on 'til Morning"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pru2


    Highlights:
  • 458 in.
  • 6:49 in.
  • 10:53 in.
  • 15:22 in.
  • 16:49 in.
  • 24:53 in.
  • 28:57 in.
  • 45:01 in.
  • 47:49 in.

    Okay, so ... aliens are a thing in this show. Is this the jump the shark moment of the show?



    "The Midas Touch"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60prwx

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 1:20 in.
  • 4:54 in.
  • 13:30 in.
  • 15:50 in.
  • 21:42 in.
  • 24:41 in.
  • 26:36 in. And the short cool cue after the commercial break.
  • 32:46 in.
  • 34:46 in.
  • 36:57 in. With that four-note backing from the James Bond theme. Nelson might have made a fun James Bonb composer, thinking about it now.
  • 40:50 in.
  • 44:02 in.
  • 47:37 in.

    Steve: "If you'd stay awake during your own escape, it sure would help things."



    "The Deadly Replay"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60przn

    Highlights:
  • 17:17 in.
  • 22:28 in.
  • 34:38 in.
  • 43:00 in.



    "Act of Piracy"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60ps1q

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 4:12 in.
  • 5:41 in.
  • 9:30 in.
  • About 13:00 in. And the cue after the commercial break.
  • 19:22 in. With that cell bass opening playing the way it did, I was expecting to see a shark.
  • 20:37 in.
  • 30:56 in.
  • 33:20 in.
  • About 35:25 in.
  • 36:10 in.
  • 41:22 in.
  • 43:02 in.
  • 47:54 in.



    "Stranger in Broken Fork"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60ps5e

    Highlights:
  • 3:37 in.
  • 13:54 in.
  • 27:20 in.
  • 28:16 in.
  • 30:32 in.
  • 39:30 in. Yeah, go wild with that percussion.
  • 42:43 in.
  • 4654 in.



    "The Peeping Blonde"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60ps9i

    Highlights:
  • 1:28 in.
  • 14:13 in.
  • 20:45/23:44 in.
  • ABout 29:00 in.
  • 30:20 in.
  • 35:38 in.
  • 40:09 in.*
  • 47:32 in.

    * = If he can just crush a pad lock like a beer can, why didn't he do that in an earlier episode?



    "The Cross-Country Kidnap"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60psc9

    Highlights:
  • 3:22 in.
  • 8:36 in.
  • 12:27 in.
  • 14:18 in.
  • 15:53 in.
  • 20:25 in.
  • 22:29 in.
  • 27:28 in. A few minutes long. I lost track.
  • 35:45 in.
  • About 44:50 in. And the cue after the commercial break.
  • 47:59 in.



    "Lost Love"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kw4sm (in French[?]; volume is lower on this load) I apologize for the awful load -- it was the only one I could find. Ever time somebody needs to speak in French, the sound/music quality takes a huge dip -- sounding like the French voice actors were using a worn-out phonogram record. I keep expecting, jokingly of course, to hear Alexander Graham Bell speak up.

    Highlights:
  • 11:30 in. Joining a cue already in progress for the cool stuff.
  • 13:40 in.
  • 21:49 in.
  • 22:23 in. And the cue after
  • 36:15 in.
  • 41:19 in. And the cue after the commercial break.
  • 47:28 in.



    "The Last Kamikaze"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60psi7

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 5:07 in.
  • 9:49 in.
  • 11:20 in.
  • 12:29 in.
  • 27:40 in.
  • 33:00 in.
  • 36:56 in.
  • 41:08 in.
  • 45:05 in.
  • 47:10 in.

    This is probably the third of fourth episode of various TV series that I have seen using this plot: lead goes out to find (or stumbles upon) a soldier from a war long over but the soldier has been out of the loop for many years and doesn't not know. Are all these TV series just taking inspiration from each other or was there some real life story they took the plot idea from?



    "Return of the Robot Maker"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pskx

    Highlights:
  • 1:25 in.
  • 4:02 in.*
  • 8:52 in.
  • 12:33 in.
  • 23:59 in.
  • 29:37 in.+
  • About 34:30 in.
  • 36:18 in.
  • 37:47 in.
  • 42:41 in.

    * = More of that TV reality: people with firearms, even trained to use them, can miss again and again, even when the target isn't moving, but some guy hits his mark on the fist shot with a non-lethal tranquilizer.

    + = 32:07 in: So THAT's where Colonel Klink went to after the war.



    "Taneha"
    By: Oliver Nelson
    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x60pso9

    Highlights:
  • 0:00 in.
  • 1:52 in.
  • 4:21 in. Upbeat piece with some kind of percussion instrument that kin of sounds like finger snaps. A little over a minute long.
  • 8:24 in. More of the above material. These two cues would naturally lend themselves to being combined.
  • 14:03 in. And the cue after the commercial break.
  • 17:50 in.
  • 23:50 in.
  • 28:20 in.
  • 28:52 in.
  • 33:45 in.
  • 38:35 in. There's a bad edit over two minutes into the cue, so we don't get to hear the whole thing (looks like the scene is it went to, is cut early, too).

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     Posted:   Jan 29, 2020 - 10:33 AM   
     By:   Scott McOldsmith   (Member)

    SEASON 2:



    "The Seven Million Dollar Man"

  • 22:44 in. Almost five minutes long.


    I haven't had a chance to watch this, but I am assuming that's the "Barney Beats Up the Guys with the Van" sequence. Which remains my favorite sustained cue of the entire series. I would - LOVE - to have this on CD.

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     Posted:   Jan 29, 2020 - 1:03 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    I have added the rest of the episodes, picking up at "The Peeping Blonde".



    Scott McOldsmith, in that highlight, Steve and Barney fight bad guys who were in a van, to get a red box. Barney goes too far and Steven has to stop him.

     
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