Wonder Woman Season 1
Warner Bros. (1976)
Action, Adventure, Fantasy
In Collection
Seen ItNo
IMDB   7.1
642 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   NR (Not Rated)
Lynda Carter Wonder Woman
Richard Eastham Gen. Phil Blankenship
Lyle Waggoner Major Steve Trevor
Tom Kratochvil Voice of I.R.A.C.
Stuart Margolin
Dick Moder
Producer Douglas S. Cramer
Wilfred Lloyd Baumes
Writer Barbara Avedon

Diana Prince, a true Amazonian with special powers, fights bad guys in a skintight outfit. In classic "wham, bam" comic-book style, Wonder Woman catches people in her magic lasso of truth and uses her golden belt and bracelets to deflect things such as bullets.
 60 mins    11/7/1975  1.  The New Original Wonder Woman-Pilot
American war hero Steve Trevor is downed over the Bermuda Triangle and lands on "Paradise Island", home of the Amazons. The Amazons hold a contest and choose a champion among them - Wonder Woman - who will return with Steve Trevor to America and remain there to fight the Nazi threat. In the pilot episode, there is a Nazi plan to destroy a new bomb site to ruin America's war effort. The Nazis have a mole in Steve's office who is sabotaging him, and only Wonder Woman can stop this catastrophe.
Director:  Leonard Horn  Writer:  Stanley Ralph Ross 
 60 mins    4/21/1976  2.  Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther
Steve Trevor battles for his life and his career when he's accused of espionage and treason in relation to a series of military missions that have gone awry due to acts of sabotage. Investigating the situation and determined to clear the man she loves, Wonder Woman learns that Trevor is being framed by a Nazi spy ring.
Director:  Barry Crane  Writer:  Margaret Armen 
Guest starring:  Christine Belford, Ed Gilbert, Ed Griffith, Christian Juttner,  Bradford Dillman, Jude Farese, Cletus Young, Ruth Warshawsky, John Brandon
 60 mins    4/28/1976  3.  Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman
Perhaps the most discussed and favorite episode of WW fans during the show's run, Wonder Woman faces her deadliest test when an evil female Nazi operative comes to America to capture Wonder Woman and learn the secret of her amazing powers, then brainwash her into using her powers to help Hitler's quest during World War 2. Fausta disguises herself as Wonder Woman during a Bond selling rally, and with a little help from her fellow Nazi agents (not to mention a trick stage and a cloth soaked with chloroform), bags her prey and takes the real Wonder Woman to Germany. Can Steve Trevor save the day? Stay tuned!
Director:  Barry Crane  Writer:  Bruce Shelly  / David Ketchum 
Guest starring:  Bo Brundin, Colby Chester, Jeff Cooper, Keene Curtis, Bill Fletcher, Lynda Day George, Christopher George, Mary Rings, Gene Biegouloff, Kenneth Smedberg, Angelo Gnazzo, Tony Mordente, Ron Lombard
 60 mins    10/13/1976  4.  Beauty on Parade
When Wonder Woman's alter-ego, Diana Prince, enters a suspicious beauty contest to uncover the truth behind the sabotage of radar scanning equipment, she and Steve discover that there is something much more insidious underway that threatens the security of the United States.
Director:  Richard Kinon  Writer:  Ron Friedman 
Guest starring:  Anne Francis,  Dick Van Patten, William Lanteau, Bobby Van, Jennifer Shaw, Lindsay Bloom, Christa Helm, Paulette Breen, Linda Carpenter,  Anne-Marie Martin, April Tatro, Derna Wylde, Wayne Grace, Henry Deas, Bill Adler
 60 mins    11/6/1976  5.  The Feminum Mystique (1)
An espionage tale involving the Nazis stealing the prototype for America's first jet, the XPJ-1. For Wonder Woman it escalates into something far more horrible when her sister, Drusilla on a mission for Paradise Island's Queen, is kidnapped while in America.
Director:  Herb Wallerstein  / Barbara Avedon  Writer:  Jimmy Sangster 
Guest starring:  John SaxonCarolyn Jones, Charles Frank, Paul Shenar, Kurt Kreuger, Debra Winger, Curt Lowens, Erica Hagen, Pamela Susan Shoop, Kurt Grayson, Jay Fenichel, Brad Rearden
 60 mins    11/8/1976  6.  The Feminum Mystique (2)
When a clever spy gets information from Drusilla concerning her homeland, the Nazis launch a full assault on Paradise Island, capturing it and planning to use its secrets to conquer the world. In the end, Wonder Woman and Drusilla must come up with a plan to set everything right.
Director:  Herb Wallerstein  / Barbara Avedon  Writer:  Jimmy Sangster 
Guest starring:  John SaxonCarolyn Jones, Charles Frank, Paul Shenar, Debra Winger, Erica Hagen, Pamela Susan Shoop, Rayford Barnes, Kurt Grayson, Jay Fenichel, Newell Alexander
 60 mins    12/18/1976  7.  Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua!
The Amazon Princess must fight a Nazi guerilla, trained to retrieve a defecting agent, whose knowledge poses a threat to Hitler's agenda.
Director:  Charles Rondeau  Writer:  David Ketchum  / Tony DiMarco 
Guest starring:  Robert Loggia, Gretchen Corbett,  John Hillerman, Tom Reese, Herb Voland, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Jim Driskill,  Curtis Credel, John Zenda, Mickey Morton
 60 mins    12/25/1976  8.  The Pluto File
Wonder Woman has her hands full when an Irish mercenary named Fallon steals an American-developed device that can control or eliminate earthquakes. To make matters worse, Fallon is also a carrier of the Bubonic Plague and, as such, threatens America on two levels.
Director:  Herb Wallerstein  Writer:  Herbert Bermann 
Guest starring:  Robert Reed, Hayden Rorke, Albert Stratton, Michael Twain, Kenneth Tigar, Jason Johnson, Peter Brandon, Sean Kelly, Gary Oakes, Mikki Jameson-Olsen, Brigid O'Brien
 60 mins    1/8/1977  9.  Last of the Two Dollar Bills
The Nazis place an exact double of a counterfeiting scheme that will result in the collapse of the American economy.
Director:  Stuart Margolin  Writer:  Gwen Bagni  / Paul Dubov 
Guest starring:  James Olson, Barbara Anderson, David Cryer, John Howard,  Richard O'Brien, Dean Harens,  Victor Argo, Don Eitner, Michael Dan Wagner, Naomi Grumette
 60 mins    1/15/1977  10.  Judgment from Outer Space (1)
Wonder Woman joins forces with a friendly alien from outer space to prevent the destruction of the world.
Director:  Alan Crosland  Writer:  Stephen Kandel 
Guest starring:  Tim O'Connor, Kurt Kasznar,  Janet MacLachlan, Scott Hylands, Archie Johnson, Vic Perrin, Patrick Skelton, Fil Formicola
 60 mins    1/17/1977  11.  Judgment from Outer Space (2)
Wonder Woman realizes that the fate of the world rests on her ability to prove the worth of mankind by saving an alien from outer space.
Director:  Alan Crosland  Writer:  Stephen Kandel 
Guest starring:  Tim O'Connor, Kurt Kasznar,  Janet MacLachlan, Christopher Cary, Scott Hylands, Vic Perrin, Hank Brandt, Christiane Schmidtmer, George Cooper, Erik Holland, Ted Roter
 60 mins    1/22/1977  12.  Formula 407
Wonder Woman goes south of the border to recover a top secret formula stolen by the Nazis.
Director:  Herb Wallerstein  Writer:  Elroy Schwartz 
Guest starring:  Nehemiah Persoff, Marisa Pavan, John Devlin, Peter MacLean, Charles Macaulay, Maria Grimm, Armando Silvestre, Curt Lowens, Gary Cashdollar
 60 mins    1/29/1977  13.  The Bushwhackers
Wonder Woman goes to Texas where she is confronted by a dangerous ring of pistol-packing rustlers.
Director:  Stuart Margolin  Writer:  Skip Webster 
Guest starring:  Roy Rogers, Henry Darrow,  Lance Kerwin, Anthony George, David Clarke, Kristoff St. John, Christelle Pierrette Gaspart, Justin Randi, David Yanez, Carey Wong, Rita Gomez, Murray MacLeod
 60 mins    2/16/1977  14.  Wonder Woman in Hollywood
Wonder Woman arrives in Hollywood and discovers some behind the scenes action that's not in the script.
Director:  Bruce Bilson  Writer:  Jimmy Sangster 
Guest starring:  Harris Yulin, Robert Hays, Christopher Norris,  Charles Cyphers, Alan Bergmann,  Carolyn Jones, Debra Winger,  Ross Bickell, David Himes, Barry Van Dyke, Danil Torppe, Eric Boles, Alex Rodine, June Whitley Taylor, Carmen Filpi
 60 mins  15.  Season 1 DVD Extras
Edition Details
Series Wonder Woman
Distributor Warner Brothers
Release Date 6/29/2004
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital Stereo [English]
Stereo [English]
No. of Disks/Tapes 1