Knight Rider (1982-1986)


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    Huhuuuuuuuuuu!  A race!

    - At 6:55 KITT appears with a new function: Darken the glass.

    - A car like the General Lee appears in the race. The drivers are similar to those of "The Dukes of Hazzard." Their clothing has a flag like the Dukes.

    - At 29:50 Michael press "Rocket Fire" to jump over the orange car. It was supposed to be "Rocket Boost" (What is it? Did you drink Moonshine, Michael?) :P

    - At 30:19 the bag and the camera reporter is thrown out the window, shattering on the floor. Seconds later, appear intact and stacked on the track. XD

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Give Me Liberty... or Give Me Death

season one episode: 14
Original Airdate:
January 21, 1983


Someone is sabotaging the cars in an alternative-fuel race, so Michael joins the pack to flush out the saboteur.


Robin Dearden (Liberty Cox), Brett Halsey (Clark Sellers), Alan Fudge (Ed Shaw), Francine Lembi (Dorothy Ackridge), Kai Wulff (Helmutt Grus), Kenneth Tigar (Dr. Norman Kempler), Sab Shimono (Hito Osaka), Richard Young (Sonny Prince), Adam Ageli (Hashi Al Qatar), Gary Houston Phillips (Lester Prince), Frank Pesce (Director), Robert Balderson (P.A. Announcer)


Robert Foster (Executive Producer), Joel Rogosin (Supervising Producer), Steven E. de Souza (Producer), Gilbert Bettman (Associate Producer), Bernadette Joyce (Associate Producer), David Braff (Story Editor), Don Peake (Music), H. John Penner (Director of Photography), Russell Smith (Art Director), R. Lynn Smartt (Set Decoration), April Webster (Casting), Lawrence J. Gleason (Film Editor), Stan Gordon (Sound), Ron Martinez (Unit Production Manager), Fred L. Miller (1st Assistant Director), Don Edward Wilkerson (2nd Assistant Director), Walt Jenevein (Sound Effects Editor), Richard Lapham (Music Editor), Richard Hopper (Costume Designer), Don Snyder (Costume Supervisor), Robert Bralver ( 2nd Unit Director-Stunt Coordinator)