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Wonder Woman

A colorful spin on Charles Moulton's comic about the Amazon goddess battling evil during World War II and later, in more recent times, against new enemies. The change came after the series jumped from ABC to CBS, with the heroine joining a covert military agency. Wonder Woman began as two TV-movies (the first in 1974 with Cathy Lee Crosby) and several specials before finding a regular prime-time home in late 1976. Debra Winger appeared occasionally as Drusilla, Wonder Woman's kid sister.

Show Info

Network: United States CBS (1975 - 1979)
Schedule: Tuesdays (60 min)
Status: Ended
Show Type: Scripted
Genres: ActionAdventureFantasy
Episodes ordered: 24 episodes
Developed by: Stanley Ralph Ross

6.5 (28 votes)

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Previous Episode

Phantom of the Roller Coaster (2)

Episode 3x24; Sep 11, 1979

Leon begs his disfigured twin (Jared Martin in dual roles) to release the orphan (Ike Eisenmann) he has befriended.

Previous Episodes

Episode NameAirdateTrailer
3x24: Phantom of the Roller Coaster (2)Sep 11, 1979
3x23: Phantom of the Roller Coaster (1)Sep 4, 1979
3x22: The Man Who Could Not DieAug 28, 1979
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Recent discussions

JERRYD0228 posted 3 years ago

@MathewSteven wrote:
It would nice to see the actual TV-movie called THE NEW, ORIGINAL WONDER WOMAN that was released in 1975 as the pilot (seen on DVD) is a re-cut in 1976 of the original film, titled as "Wonder Woman". I personally preferred the original version as it was less campy than the pilot version. There were minor differences, but the most drastic change was the bullets and bracelets animation changed to the messy golden lasso spin. The face on that revised part is quite unattractive than the original.

go to HBO NOW  to see it


kyrat posted 4 years ago

On the side of the bomb are the words "my bomb" in Cyrillic.

Extra Details

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  • Η Βιονική Γυναίκα (Greece Greece)
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