Rene Auberjonois Filmography
The Bionic Woman (1977) (TV) - Starring as Pierre Lambert in "The Dijon Caper"
| Jamie Sommers (Lindsay Wagner) is a retired pro tennis player turned Californian middle school teacher. She's in a parachuting accident and the government takes the opportunity to replace her most damaged limbs and parts with bionics, making her a powerful crime fighting machine with super strength and hearing.|
|Man from Atlantis (1977) (TV) - Starring as Havergal in "Crystal Water, Sudden Death"|
| Mark Harris (Patrick Duffy) is the lone survivor of Atlantis and has webbed hands, and the ability to swim at low depths in the sea for long periods. He draws strength from water and can overpower most ordinary men. Mark assists an institute for undersea research with several exploratory missions aboard a high-tech submarine. They encounter bizarre phenomena like portals leading to other dimensions.|
|Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) - Starring as Donald Phelps|
| Successful photographer Laura Mars (Faye Dunaway) uses sex and violence in her pictures. But she starts seeing murders from the point of view of a serial killer. Her ex-husband (Raul Julia) is a suspect, when his new girlfriend is murdered and he disappears. Under the protection of police detective John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones), Laura is unable to save even one of her friends from a violent end. Soon, she finds herself inside the mind of the killer as he marches down a familiar hallway: the one outside her own door. |
- Donald Phelps is Laura's good friend and manager. He eventually gets Stabbed in the eye with an icepick by John Neville.
|Starsky and Hutch (1978) (TV) - Starring as Baron in "Dandruff"|
| Tough Dave Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser) and educated Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson (David Soul) are plainclothes cops taking on dope dealers, muggers and other thugs, aided by their red 1974 Gran Torino and informant Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargas). Both bachelors' private lives play as interweaving threads in this cop drama.|
In this episode, Starsky and Hutch are working undercover at a plush hotel as hair-dressers to find The Baron, who is expected to strike at the private auction of a highly valuable cache of diamonds.
|Wonder Woman (1979) (TV) - Starring as Kimball in "Spaced Out"|
When war pilot Major Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner) crashes near Paradise Island, home of the Amazons. He is rescued by Princess Diana (Lynda Carter) who learns of the war against the Nazis. They send Diana to help, who would spin to transform into Wonder Woman, with tremendous strength, bracelets that stop bullets, and a magic lasso that can force anyone to tell the truth.
In this episode, Wonder Woman seeks to recover stolen crystals from a cunning jewel thief at a science fiction convention.
Hart to Hart (1979) (TV) - Starring as Donald Springfield in "Max in Love"
Jonathan Hart (Robert Wagner) was a self-made millionaire and the CEO of Hart Industries. His gorgeous wife Jennifer (Stefanie Powers) was a freelance journalist. They were both amateur sleuths and found themselves investigating murder, smuggling, theft and international espionage. Max was their loyal, gravelly-voiced butler, cook & chauffeur.
In this episode, Max has met a lovely woman who seems to enjoy his company, but when the Hart home is robbed, it looks like an inside job and all clues point to Max's new love who is part of a theft ring that cleaned out the Harts. When Max is framed for murder, the Harts intervene.
|Beyond Westworld (1980) (TV) - Starring as Power in "Sound of Terror"|
| This followup to the theatrical films "Westworld" and "Futureworld" features John Moore, Security Chief of the Delos Corporation, the company that created the killer robots seen in the films. Now Moore must deal with an evil scientist named Quaid, who has taken control of the lifelike Delos robots, and plans to use them in his plot to conquer the world.|
|Where the Buffalo Roam (1980) - Starring as Harris from the Post|
| The movie is based on the experiences of journalist Hunter S. Thompson (Bill Murray) and his attorney Carl Lazlo (Peter Boyle), as they pillage and plunder their way across America on a drunken, drug-saturated mission to...well, their mission is as yet undetermined, but they set about it anyway. Highlights include a staged broadcast of the Super Bowl from Thompson's hotel room and a scene in which he escapes from the police with a little help from his trusty sidekick|
- Harris is from the Post, and he's the straight-laced journalist that's on the the crew plane after Thompson is thrown off the journalist plane by The Candidate's press secretary. Thompson gives him a strong hallucinogenic drug and steals his clothes and press credentials.
|More Wild Wild West (1980) (TV) - Starring as Capt. Sir David Edney|
Jim West (Robert Conrad) and Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin) only want to remain in retirement, but the secret service is determined to use their expertise. They are convinced to stop another mad scientist, this time Albert Paradine (Jonathan Winters), an evil genius who can become invisible at will and now plans to take over the world.
|Faerie Tale Theatre (1982-1983) (TV) - Starring as King Boris in "Sleeping Beauty" and as King Ulrich in "The Tale of the Frog Prince"|
| The Faerie Tale Theater series hosted by Shelley Duvall, brings to life ever-popular children's tales. |
Sleeping Beauty recounts the story of a a childless king and queen (Sally Kellerman) who finally have a child after receiving some advice from a fairy. At the child's christening, all the fairies are invited, however, the wicked Henbane (Beverly d'Angelo) isn't, so she curses the princess to a premature death from a spindle-prick. Good fairy Cookie (Carol Kane) says the princess will only sleep until woken by the kiss of a true Prince.
- King Boris is one of the two monarchs of the castle, who had a daughter and invited all the fairies in the kingdom to her christening.
In The Tale of the Frog Prince, the prince's godmother is angered by not being invited to the christening, and transformes the baby into a frog. A few years later a beautiful princess (Teri Garr) loses her ball down a well and the frog gets it out in exchange for a night in the castle, where he will eat with her and sleep with her. Eventually the princess kisses him and he turns back into a prince (Robin Williams).
- King Ulrich is the princesses father, and forces her to let the frog stay in the castle.
|Murder, She Wrote (1987-1988) (TV) - Starring as Homicide Capt Walker Thorn in "Mourning Among the Wisterias" and as Prof. Harry Papasian in "Murder in a Minor Key"|
| The TV show ran from 1984 to 1996, starring Angela Lansbury as former substitute English teacher and famed mystery writer Jessica Fletcher. She has a gift for solving mysteries which seemed to follow her around.|
In Mourning Among the Wisterias, Jessica visits a celebrated playwright friend, and encounters murder plus an unexpected marriage proposal.
In Murder in a Minor Key Jessica attends a writer's conference and stays in New Orleans for a jazz festival. Her friend, music critic Wayne Copley, turns up dead and the cops declare his death "accidental", so Jessica must prove it was murder.
|Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach (1988) - Starring as Tony Stark|
| America's most inept law enforcement team heads to sunny Florida in this comedy. The head of the Police Academy, Commandant Lassard, has reached mandatory retirement age, much to the pleasure of the devious Capt. Harris, who is still scheming to take over his job. Lassard, Harris, and a handful of the Academy's "distinguished" graduates travel to Miami Beach for a special ceremony to commemorate Lassard's years of service as he leaves the force; however, a luggage mix-up puts the clumsy cops in the middle of a crime.|
- Tony Stark leads a ring of jewel thieves that have smuggled stolen diamonds in a camcorder. When their package is accidentally switched with Lassard's, the crooks try to recover the diamonds and end up kidnapping Lassard.