|Product Name||Airwolf - The Complete Series|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B01CZ3K21Q|
|Price New||15.98 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||14.26 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Rating||PG - Parental Guidance Suggested|
|IMDb||Not on IMDb|
|Run Time||9,999 minutes|
|Cast||Alex Cord, Barry Van Dyke, Ernest Borgnine, Jan-Michael Vincent, Jean Bruce Scott|
|Run Time||9999 minutes|
|Width||5.25 inches (convert)|
|Height||1.25 inches (convert)|
|Length||7.25 inches (convert)|
|Weight||80 hundredths pounds (convert)|
|Format||Box set, Color, NTSC|
|Run Time||9,999 minutes|
|Features||Jan-Michael Vincent starred as the renegade pilot, recruited for top-secret missions by the CIA., He takes on assignments with Airwolf, the high-tech battle helicopter, loaded with cutting-edge surveillance equipment and unmatched fire power., Set of DVDs includes all 79 episodes that ran on CBS and on the USA network from 1984-1987., 14 DVDs., 63 hours and 31 min.|
|Long Description||Jan-Michael Vincent stars as Stringfellow Hawke, a reclusive renegade pilot who's assigned to top-secret missions for the CIA by the mysterious Archangel (Alex Cord). Hawke's weapon of choice is the high-tech battle helicopter of the future, Airwolf. Loaded with cutting-edge surveillance equipment and unbelievable firepower, Airwolf takes Hawke and his friend Dominic (Ernest Borgnine) around the globe in search of dangerous international spies and criminals. Contents: Season 1 Ep.1: Shadow of the Hawke Jan. 22, 84 Ep.2: Daddy's Gone a Hunt'n Jan. 28, 84 Ep.3: Bite of the Jackal Feb, 4, 84 Ep.4: Proof Through the Night Feb. 11, 84 Ep.5: One Way Express Feb. 18, 84 Ep.6: Echoes from the Past Mar. 3, 84 Ep.7: Fight Like a Dove Mar. 10, 84 Ep.8: Mad Over Miami Mar. 24, 84 Ep.9: And They Are Us Mar. 31, 84 Ep.10: Mind of the Machine Apr. 7, 84 Ep.11: To Snare a Wolf Apr. 14, 84 Season 2 Ep.1: Sweet Britches Sept. 22, 84 Ep.2: Firestorm Sept. 29, 84 Ep.3: Moffett's Ghost Oct. 6, 84 Ep.4: The Truth About Holly Oct. 13, 84 Ep.5: The Hunted Oct. 20, 84 Ep.6: Sins of the Past Oct. 27, 84 Ep.7: Fallen Angel Nov. 3, 84 Ep.8: HX-1 Nov. 10, 84 Ep.9: Flight #093 Is Missing Nov. 17, 84 Ep.10: Once a Hero Nov. 24, 84 Ep.11: Random Target Dec. 8, 84 Ep.12: Condemned Jan. 5, 85 Ep.13: The American Dream Jan. 12, 85 Ep.14: Inn at the End of the Road Jan. 26, 85 Ep.15: Santini's Millions Feb. 2, 85 Ep.16: Prisoner of Yesterday Feb. 9, 85 Ep.17: Natural Born Feb. 23, 85 Ep.18: Out of the Sky Mar. 2, 85 Ep.19: Dambreakers Mar. 16, 85 Ep.20: Severance Pay Mar. 23, 85 Ep.21: Eruption Apr. 6, 85 Ep.22: Short Walk to Freedom Apr. 13, 85 Season 3 Ep.1: The Horn of Plenty Sept. 28, 85 Ep.2: Airwolf II Oct. 5, 85 Ep.3: And a Child Shall Lead Oct. 12, 85 Ep.4: Fortune Teller Oct. 14, 85 Ep.5: Crossover Oct. 26, 85 Ep.6: Kingdom Come Nov. 2, 85 Ep.7: Eagles Nov. 9, 85 Ep.8: Annie Oakley Nov. 16, 85 Ep.9: Jennie Nov. 23, 85 Ep.10: The Deadly Circle Nov. 30, 85 Ep.11: Where Have All the Children Gone? Dec. 14, 85 Ep.12: Half-Pint Dec. 21, 85 Ep.13: Wildfire Jan. 11, 86 Ep.14: Discovery Jan. 18, 86 Ep.15: Day of Jeopardy Jan. 25, 86 Ep.16: Little Wolf Feb. 1, 86 Ep.17: Desperate Monday Feb. 8, 86 Ep.18: Hawke's Run Feb. 15, 86 Ep.19: Break-In at Santa Paula Feb. 22, 86 Ep.20: The Girl Who Fell from the Sky Mar. 15, 86 Ep.21: Tracks Mar. 22, 86 Ep.22: Birds of Paradise Mar. 29, 86 Season 4 Ep.1: Blackjack Jan. 23, 87 Ep.2: Escape Jan. 30, 87 Ep.3: A Town for Hire Feb. 6, 87 Ep.4: Salvage Feb. 13, 87 Ep.5: Windows Feb. 20, 87 Ep.6: A Piece of Cake Feb. 27, 87 Ep.7: Deathtrain Mar. 6, 87 Ep.8: Code of Silence Mar. 13, 87 Ep.9: Stavograd: Part 1- Mar. 20, 87 Ep.10: Stavograd: Part 2 Mar. 27, 87 Ep.11: Mime Troupe Apr. 3, 87 Ep.12: X-Virus Apr. 10, 87 Ep.13: Rogue Warrior Apr. 24, 87 Ep.14: Ground Zero May 1, 87 Ep.15: Flowers of the Mountain May 8, 87 Ep.16: The Key May 15, 87 Ep.17: On the Double May 22, 87 Ep.18: Storm Warning May 29, 87 Ep.19: The Golden One July 3, 87 Ep.20: The Puppet Master July 10, 87 Ep.21: Malduke July 17, 87 Ep.22: Poppy Chain July 24, 87 Ep.23: Flying Home July 31, 87 Ep.24: Welcome to Paradise Aug. 7, 87|
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