Bionic Six (U.S. TV)

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Alternative title:
La Familia Bionica (Spanish)
les Bioniques (French)
Os Seis Biônicos (Portuguese)
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: CIA agent Jack Bennett and his family take a vacation in the Himalayas when he is called upon to investigate unusual magnetic readings in the area. There, he discovers Bertonium - a mineral with the properties to enhance a person's bionic abilities and give them eternal life. He also encounters a group of aliens attempting to obtain the new mineral. In the process, Jack's family is trapped under radioactive snow and slip into a coma. Seeing no other way to save them, Jack allows Professor Amadeus Sharp to operate on his family with bionic implants. With their new abilities, Jack (Bionic-1), his wife Helen (Mother-1), and their children Eric (Sports-1), J.D. (I.Q.), Meg (Rock-1) and Bunji (Karate-1) become the Bionic Six and protect mankind from the evil organization Scarab.
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 65
Episode titles: We have 65
Vintage:
1987-04-19 to 1987-11-16
1987-09-02 (France)
1992-05-17 (TV3 - Televisió de Catalunya)
1995-01-02 to 1997-08-29 (Sci-Fi Channel Broadcast)
Opening Theme:
"Les Bioniques" by Jean-Paul Césari [French version]
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Toshiyuki Hiruma
Director: Osamu Dezaki
Character Design: Nobuteru Yuki
Executive producer: Yutaka Fujioka
Producer:
Eiji Katayama
Shiro Aono (TMS)
Shunzo Kato (TMS)

Key Animation: Kinji Yoshimoto (Pilot)
Supervising Producer: Sachiko Tsuneda
(none)
Japanese companies
Animation: Mook Animation (uncredited)
Animation Production: Tokyo Movie Shinsha
English cast
English staff
Chief Director:
Bill Hurtz
Steve Clark
Character Design: Mike Vosburg
Producer: Gerard Baldwin

Development: Ron Friedman
Editing: Sam Horta
Recording engineer: Jackson Schwartz
Story Editor: Gordon Bressack
Supervising Editor: Cecil Broughton
Voice Direction: Howard Morris
Bobbie Block as Meg Bennett / Rock-1
Brian Tochi as Bunji Bennett / Karate-1
Carol Bilger as Helen Bennett / Mother-1
Hal Rayle as Eric Bennett / Sports-1
John Stephenson as Jack Bennett / Bionic-1
Norman Bernard as J.D. Bennett / I.Q.

Alan Oppenheimer as Professor Amadeus Sharp
Frank Welker as
Chopper
Glove
Mechanic
Jennifer Darling as Madame O
Jim MacGeorge as Dr. Scarab
John Stephenson as Klunk
Neil Ross as F.L.U.F.F.I.

Neil Ross as
Kalideoscope
Perceptor

English companies
Production: Universal Pictures
Recording Facility: B&B Sound
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Composition:
Gérard Salesses
Jean-François Porry
Theme Song Performance: Jean-Paul Cesari
Voice Direction: Gérard Dessalles
Anne Rochant as Helen Bennett
Claude d'Yd as Professeur Sharp
Gérard Dessalles as Various
Greg Germain as JD Bennett
Jacques Ferrière as Docteur Scarab
Laurence Crouzet as Meg Bennet
Loïc Baugin as Bunji Bennet
Pascal Renwick as Eric Bennett
Sady Rebbot as Jack Bennett
French companies
Broadcaster: TF1
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
(none)
Paco Mauri as Jack Bennett/Bionic-1
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
(none)
Anibal Munhoz as J.D. Bennett-Q.I
Araken Saldanha as Dr. Escaravelho (1st voice)
Borges de Barros as Dr. Escaravelho (2nd voice)
Cecília Lemes as Meg Bennett-Roqueira 1
Dráusio de Oliveira as Jack Bennett-Biônico 1
Isaura Gomes as Helen Bennett-Mãe Biônica 1
Nélson Batista as Bunji-Karatê 1 (1st. voice)
Orlando Viggiani as Bunji-Karatê 1 (2nd voice)
Wendel Bezerra as Eric Bennett-Atleta

Waldir de Oliveira as Prof. Amadeus Sharp
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Rede Bandeirantes (Brazil)
SBT (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio: BKS (Brazil)

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