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Michael Knight. Bonnie Barstow. Susan Christopher. Jonathan Eagle. Thomas as Ron Joseph. Barbara Ralston. About the Show Premiere Date September 26, Starring David Hasselhoff as Michael Knight Edward Mulhare as Devon Miles Richard Basehart as the Narrator Patricia McPherson as Bonnie Barstow William Daniels as the voice of KITT David Hasselhoff "Baywatch," "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" stars as Michael Knight in his breakout role as a crime fighter who awakens from a serious injury with a new identity.
In the series premiere, Las Vegas police detective Michael Arthur Long is shot in the face and left for dead before being rescued by dying millionaire Wilton Knight Richard Basehart, "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" , the chairman of Knight Industries and creator of the public justice organization, the Foundation for Law and Government FLAG.
Wilton makes Michael the primary agent for FLAG, giving him a new identity via plastic surgery and the name Michael Knight, plus an arsenal of equipment to continue his crime-fighting work.
Principle among this equipment is the Knight Industries Two Thousand, or KITT voiced by William Daniels, "St. Elsewhere," "Boy Meets World" , a heavily modified and artificially intelligent Pontiac Firebird Trans Am with the ability to talk, fire weapons and travel at high speed.
The silly aspects of the series make it just that much more entertaining in adult life. Knight Rider is an endearing and nostalgic series that finds a way to entertain you despite how ridiculous it can all be.
We all grew up with this show back in the 's as kids, the appeal of a cool looking black sports car that could TALK was irresistible back then.
Today I guess we look back at Knight Rider and wonder "wtf". It might make us recoil, and get pretty damn embarrassed with some of the out there stuff we used to think was so cool.
The immense flaws of logic and continuity that plagued Knight Rider were easily hidden to a casual child viewing the show back in I was 5 years old , but they really stick out like a sore thumb when viewed through adult eyes.
The same damn stock footage was used ad nauseum, the frames were sped up to make a car going 20 mph look like it was zipping along at mph, blue filters were always used to make it look like it was night time; and as others have mentioned, the fight scenes were never, ever believable.
I don't think they even had any kind of trained fight specialist on Knight Rider, it always seemed like the director just told Hasselhoff or the stunt doubles to simply go out there and just make up some crap that could pass for jujitsu or tae-kwon-do.
But again, this is what makes Knight Rider so fun. This series is loaded with all kinds of unintentional hilarity. Some of my favorites are when David Hasselhoff's stunt double wears a mustache in a take, or the episode when the stunt double's Michael Knight afro wig accidentally flew off while he was doing one of those patented "Hasselhoff-Fu" roundhouse karate kicks.
It seemed like Michael Knight could take down any bad guy with one well placed karate kick to the head. Let's all be honest with ourselves, a big reason this show was popular was because it featured a really cool looking black car with that cool looking red scanner mounted in the front.
Everyone loved that car, and there is no doubt that is the reason Knight Rider is a part of American pop cultural lore.
Things would get so stupid, you often wondered if there would be a button on KITT's dashboard that would say "Drive Very Fast" instead of "Super Pursuit Mode".
The show didn't magically become any more nerdier in the 's then it was in the s. Even back in the early-mid 80s most people over the age of 15 had a tendency to laugh at Knight Rider.
It was always cool to children that didn't pick apart the series, but not so to anyone above the 9th grade.
The prime target audience was boys that were roughly 9 years of age. So if you were already over the age of 13 back in when Knight Rider first aired, then you were likely going to always be too cool for a show like this that leaned on being a live action cartoon.
In the fall of , an ad came out in TV Guide detailing K. The premiere episode featured Larry Anderson as Michael Long.
In the pilot, the character is eventually gravely wounded and forced to undergo plastic surgery, becoming Michael Knight, as played by David Hasselhoff.
As a result of Hasselhoff's voice being dubbed in to all of his lines, Anderson elected to remain uncredited in the episode. At the end of Season 1, lead actress Patricia McPherson was unfortunately fired from the show due to a falling out with producer Robert Foster.
McPherson would later be replaced by Rebecca Holden. Hasselhoff was reportedly angry about McPherson's firing but was in no position to fight the network or the show's producers for her job.
McPherson returned for Seasons 3—4. David Hasselhoff eventually got his girlfriend on the show for an episode titled "White Bird".
Hickland was brought in to help write the episode. The episode was more mature and dealt with solicitation.
At the end of season 1 during the wrap party, Hasselhoff celebrated Hickland's birthday. A cake was presented with a replica of K. Written in icing were the words "Look Under the Hood.
The couple honeymooned during the shows second season. During the episode "Mouth of the Snake", Hasselhoff is barely seen, because he was on his honeymoon with Hickland.
Hickland returned to the show on "Let it Be Me". NBC was trying to create a spinoff series during the episode "Mouth of the Snake".
The couple divorced in , and Hickland later married Michael E. Stu Phillips and Glen Larson composed the theme music for the show. The decision to use synthesizers was largely a network decision.
Larson claims that they used five or six synthesizers, drums and a Fender bass. Stuntman Jack Gill worked on the show, and had previously worked on the Dukes of Hazzard.
In the episode, "Give Me Liberty Give Me Death" K. In the book, "Knight Rider Legacy" Gill remembers one jump that was reused several times throughout the show.
In the episode, "The Topaz Connection" K. A camera was mounted inside a cage on the right side of the car for a point-of-view shot.
The cameras had cables attached to it, but when the vehicle neared the ramp, the cables would be cut loose, and the camera would run for about a minute before shutting down.
When the jump was performed, the cable came loose, and the camera tumbled in the vehicle. The cable can be seen in the footage.
The footage was used in several episodes, including "Nobody Does it Better", "Lost Knight", "Junkyard Dog", and "Knight Flight to Freedom".
Hasselhoff performed a few stunts on the show. Hasselhoff was often seen doing degree turns in the vehicle. In the book, Knight Rider Legacy, Hasselhoff explains that he achieved this by using the emergency brake while driving around 50 miles per hour.
Hasselhoff eventually hit a palm tree, and the studio banned him from performing any more of his own stunts due to the liability. In the episode "Return to Cadiz", K.
For the scenes in which K. Jack would extend his arms and legs through the seat out of sight. A two-way mirror was created that hid the stuntman during scenes where K.
Ein mysteriöser Saboteur - Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death. Geheimcode Topaz - The Topaz Connection. Eine Musterstadt ohne Verbrechen - A Nice, Indecent Little Town.
Die Helios-Nadel - Chariot Of Gold. Unerwünschte Konkurrenz - Knight Moves. Computerspiele - Nobody Does It Better.
Gekidnappt - Short Notice.