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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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.
Diana and Steve must travel to an isolated town to stop a plan by a former Nazi intelligence officer (Mel Ferrer) to clone Hitler.
A Japanese man who was confined in a New Mexico internment camp during World War II acquires telekenetic powers and seeks revenge.
Diana discovers the successful completion of her current mission could mean a nuclear test site will be built near Paradise Island.
Diana enlists a cab driver's (Ted Shackelford) aid to stop the assassination plans of radicals holding Steve; guest Jayne Kennedy.
Diana encounters Atkinson's wayward daughter (Eve Plumb) while investigating robberies during a rock star's (Martin Mull) concerts.
Diana and Steve stalk a thief (David Hedison) with his eye on a small nation's crown jewels; guests Juliet Mills, John Colicos.
Diana goes through a staged wedding with a White House aide (John Getz) to lure a spy who gathers information from government wives.
Diana joins forces with Chinese and Soviets to stop a scientist (Roddy McDowall) who plans to turn the world into one huge volcano.
Planetary Council envoy Andros (Dack Rambo) arrives on Earth to retrieve an enemy alien hiding in Washington D.C.
Andros (Dack Rambo) and Diana attempt to retrieve the great minds of America, stolen by the alien Skrill invaders.
A toy maker uses dangerous playthings as part of a plan to replace a trio of top scientists with android doubles.
Diana poses as a top bank robber to infiltrate the organization of an international thief (Greg Morris); guest Christopher Stone.
Evil Marion Mariposa (Henry Gibson) steals the world's best athletes for his tiny nation's Olympic team; guest Melanie Chartoff.
A conniving count's (Dick Gautier) faulty scheme of transforming lead into gold could cause a world oil crisis; guest Ed Begley Jr.
Diana must protect a playboy industrialist (George Chakiris) from an assassin (Charles Pierce) who is also a master of disguise.
IRAC is the target of siphoning information.
An enemy agent (John Van Dreelen) uses hypnosis to obtain information on the test flight of a top-secret plane; guest Mitch Vogel.
Diana steps in when con artists take advantage of a boy's (Todd Lookinland) psychic powers to interfere with a peace conference.
Kidnappers try to force a student (Gary Burghoff) who discovered an explosive chemical to recreate the formula; guest Michael Cole.
Diana comes to the aid of a kidnapped girl (Julie Ann Haddock) whose jewelry gives her superhuman powers; guest Harry Guardino.
Diana discovers the troubles she encounters in a small town are all part of a larger plan to steal a new, thought-guided missile.
Lynda Carter(Wonder Woman / Diana Prince / Princess Diana)
Lyle Waggoner(Col. Steve Trevor Jr.)
Richard Eastham(General Phil Blankenship)
Beatrice Colen(Etta Candy)
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