Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
| Production 45194|
Original Airdate: November 28, 1976
Christian Nyby, II
Robert Loggia as Mahmud Majid
Jim McMullan as Col. Paul Miller
Martine Beswick as Shali
Jeff David as Col. Rahman
Susanne Reed as Jan Lawrence
Ned Romero as Akhmed Khadduri
Barry Miller as Prince Hassad
Charles Bateman as Joe Streeter
James Ingersoll as Controller Wilson
Than Wyenn as Omar
Rene Assa as Hakim
Jim B. Smith as Sgt. Collins
Dominic Barto as Amahl
Jim Malinda as Nasser
|← Previous||Next →|
|"Vulture of the Andes"||"A Bionic Christmas Carol"|
The nation of Burdabi is in the hands of Air Marshal Mahmud Majid, ruling in the name of young Prince Hassad, whose father was killed by Majid's forces six months earlier. When U.S. intelligence learns that Majid is planning the "accidental" death of the prince, the State Department offers to send the Thunderbirds to Burdabi to help celebrate a national holiday. In reality, the gesture is a cover for Steve Austin to rescue the prince.
Oscar: I'm sorry to interrupt your vacation in Las Vegas.
Steve: It doesn't matter Oscar. Six million dollars worth of bionics and I still can't roll a seven.
- Originally a two-hour episode, it was re-edited into two parts for syndication.
- After a candlelit dinner Jan Lawrence reveals to Steve that she learned to fly with Kelly Woods. This marks an unusual occurrence where continuity from other episodes was used for small talk.
After Steve frees Jan's car from a fender-bender, she peels away, splattering him with dirty puddle water. But in the next shot, the stain appears to be gone.