Airwolf

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Airwolf is an American action military drama television series that ran from January 22, 1984 until August 7, 1987.wikipedia
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Airwolf (helicopter)

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The program centers on a high-technology military helicopter, code named Airwolf, and its crew as they undertake various exotic missions, many involving espionage, with a Cold War theme.
Airwolf is the helicopter from the 1980s American eponymous television series.

Jan-Michael Vincent

Jan Michael Vincent
The first three seasons' main cast consisted of Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine, and Alex Cord, and from the second season onwards Jean Bruce Scott was added as a regular.
He was best known for having played helicopter pilot Stringfellow Hawke on the television series Airwolf (1984–1987) and the protagonist, Matt Johnson, in the 1978 film Big Wednesday.

Alex Cord

The first three seasons' main cast consisted of Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine, and Alex Cord, and from the second season onwards Jean Bruce Scott was added as a regular.
Alex Cord (born May 3, 1933) is a retired American actor who is best known for his portrayal of Michael Coldsmith Briggs III, better known as Archangel, in 55 episodes of the television series Airwolf (1984–1986).

Ernest Borgnine

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The first three seasons' main cast consisted of Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine, and Alex Cord, and from the second season onwards Jean Bruce Scott was added as a regular.
He achieved continuing success in the sitcom McHale's Navy (1962–1966), in which he played the title character, and co-starred as Dominic Santini in the action series Airwolf (1984–1986), in addition to a wide variety of other roles.

USA Network

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The show originally aired on CBS and after the original series was cancelled, a fourth season, with an entirely new cast and on a much smaller budget, was filmed in Canada for the USA Network. The series ran for 55 episodes on CBS in the United States in 1984 through 1986, and an additional 24 episodes, with a new cast and production company, aired on the USA Network in 1987, for a total of 79 episodes.
In one case, the channel picked up Airwolf for 58 off-network episodes, while commissioning 24 new episodes without the original stars.

Jean Bruce Scott

The first three seasons' main cast consisted of Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine, and Alex Cord, and from the second season onwards Jean Bruce Scott was added as a regular.
Jean Bruce Scott (born February 25, 1956) is a retired American actress, best known for her role as former Texas Highway Patrol helicopter pilot Caitlin O'Shannessy in the 1984-1986 CBS action thriller television series Airwolf.

David Hemmings

Airwolf, an advanced prototype supersonic helicopter with stealth capabilities and a formidable arsenal, was designed by Charles Henry Moffet (David Hemmings)—a genius with a psychopathic taste for torturing and killing women—and built by "the Firm", a division of the Central Intelligence Agency (a play on the term "the Company", a nickname for the CIA).
He played supporting roles in Man, Woman and Child (1983) and Airwolf (1984).

Sylvester Levay

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The show's distinctive musical score, which was originally orchestral, but shifted to more synthesizer-based arrangements early in the second season, was composed and mainly conducted by Sylvester Levay.

List of Airwolf episodes

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The series ran for 55 episodes on CBS in the United States in 1984 through 1986, and an additional 24 episodes, with a new cast and production company, aired on the USA Network in 1987, for a total of 79 episodes.
Airwolf, an action-espionage television series created by Donald P. Bellisario, premiered on January 22, 1984 on CBS in the United States and ended on August 8, 1987.

Belinda Bauer (actress)

Belinda Bauer
Archangel leaves his assistant Gabrielle Ademaur (Belinda Bauer)—who becomes Hawke's love interest—at Hawke's cabin to brief him for his mission.
She also appeared in the pilot of the television series Airwolf (1984) as Gabrielle Ademaur, the love interest for Stringfellow Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent); her character is killed near the end of the story.

Bluetick Coonhound

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Stringfellow lived in seclusion in a log cabin by Lake Hemet (outside Los Angeles) with his Bluetick Coonhound "Tet" (named after the 1968 communist Tet Offensive), where he serenaded eagles on his priceless Stradivarius cello.

Christopher Connelly

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Hawke refuses to return Airwolf until the Firm can find and recover his brother, St. John (Christopher Connelly), who has been missing in action since the Vietnam War.
He also made guest appearances on dozens of television series, such as The Brian Keith Show, the miniseries The Martian Chronicles, Martin Eden, Airwolf, CHiPs, and the TV movie Return of the Rebels.

Michele Scarabelli

Jo Santini (Michele Scarabelli): Niece of Dominic Santini, Jo becomes both owner of Santini Air and custodian of Airwolf following the events of Season 4 episode "Blackjack".
Scarabelli's other roles include Charlotte in the 1986 movie Perfect Timing, Agent 3 in the Journeyman Project series of computer games, Jo Santini on season four of Airwolf, and numerous TV movies and guest appearances including the War of the Worlds episode "A Multitude of Idols" and the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "In Theory" in which she played Lt. Jenna D'Sora, a short-term girlfriend of the android science officer Lt. Commander Data.

Deborah Pratt

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In the first two seasons, Archangel was often assisted by Marella (Deborah Pratt).
Pratt also acted in various television series, including Magnum, P.I., Happy Days, The New Odd Couple, Benson, and Airwolf.

Barry Van Dyke

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St. John Hawke (Barry Van Dyke): Brother of Stringfellow, and raised by Santini after the death of his parents.
His other television work includes a starring role in the short-lived Galactica 1980 as Lieutenant Dillon, and appearances in Remington Steele, The Love Boat, Magnum, P.I., The Dukes of Hazzard, as Ace Combat Pilot and former M.I.A. soldier St. John Hawke in the fourth and final season of Airwolf, The A-Team, Gun Shy, Murder, She Wrote, Mork & Mindy, and The Redd Foxx Show.

Arthur L. Annecharico

The USA Network funded a fourth season in 1987, to be produced in Canada by Atlantis and The Arthur Company (owned by Arthur L. Annecharico) in association with MCA.
The Arthur Company finished a £28,000,000 order for 271 half-hour sitcoms for Turner Broadcasting Systems, and also a $10,000,000 order for 24 episodes of the hour-long action adventure series, Airwolf.

Lake Hemet

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Stringfellow lived in seclusion in a log cabin by Lake Hemet (outside Los Angeles) with his Bluetick Coonhound "Tet" (named after the 1968 communist Tet Offensive), where he serenaded eagles on his priceless Stradivarius cello.
Shots of the lake were used in the 1980s CBS television show Airwolf, in which recurring character Stringfellow Hawke lived in a cabin on the lake.

Airwolf (video game)

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Airwolf is a series of shooter video games based on the TV series of the same name.

Andrew Probert

Andrew Probert designed the Airwolf uniform insignia patch worn by the flight crew members, a snarling bat-winged wolf's head wearing a sheepskin.
In 1983, Probert returned to television, working on the pilot episode of Airwolf (1984).

Tales of the Gold Monkey

Creator Donald P. Bellisario first toyed with the idea of the adventures of an ace combat pilot in a third-season episode of Magnum, P.I. entitled "Two Birds of a Feather" (1983), starring William Lucking, which itself was inspired by several episodes of Bellisario's Tales of the Gold Monkey—"Legends Are Forever" and "Honor Thy Brother" (1982)—in which Lucking had played a similar character.
However, the series was never picked up, although Bellisario stripped down the 'adventures of an ace pilot' concept and worked it into Airwolf (1984–1986).

Donald P. Bellisario

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The show was created by Donald P. Bellisario and was produced over four seasons.
Donald Paul Bellisario (born August 8, 1935) is an American television producer and screenwriter who created and sometimes wrote episodes for the TV series Magnum, P.I. (1980), Tales of the Gold Monkey (1982), Airwolf (1984), Quantum Leap (1989), JAG (1995), and NCIS (2003).

Vancouver

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Production moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with a reduced budget, less than one third of the original CBS budget.
Television shows (but not set) in Vancouver (that have been produced by American and Canadian studios alike) include 21 Jump Street, The 100, The 4400, Airwolf, Almost Human, Arrow, Backstrom, Caprica, Cedar Cove, Chesapeake Shores, The Commish, Dark Angel, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, The Flash, The Good Doctor, Haters Back Off, Hellcats, Intelligence, iZombie, The Killing, The L Word, Life Unexpected, The Man in the High Castle, Once Upon a Time, Psych, Reaper, Riverdale, Rogue, Smallville, Stargate SG-1, Supergirl, Supernatural, The Tomorrow People, The Magicians, Tru Calling, Van Helsing, Witches of East End, and The X-Files.

Geraint Wyn Davies

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Major Mike Rivers (Geraint Wyn Davies): Air Force Major tasked with locating Airwolf during the season 4 episode "Blackjack."

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