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  • Actors: Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, Tom Kratochvil, Richard Eastham, Beatrice Colen
  • Writers: Stanley Ralph Ross, William M. Marston
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Whv
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Aug. 2003
  • Run Time: 138 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009QNW5
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,624 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Contains the following three episodes:

  • The Bermuda Triangle Crisis (47 mins approx.)
    Wonder Woman investigates the disappearance of an intelligence plane over the Bermuda Triangle area and secures the safety of Paradise Island. This episode is the first to feature Wonder Woman in her full-body diving costume, which doubles as a motorcycling uniform in later episodes.

  • Knockout (47 mins approx.)
    Wonder Woman must use all her strength and power to stop a terrorist group from kidnapping Steve Trevor and other government officials. Guest stars Ted Shackleford of Knots Landing fame.

  • The Queen and the Thief (47 mins approx.)
    Wonder Woman saves the tiny country of Malakar by catching the thief who stole the royal jewels and returns them to the queen.

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Taken from a long-running DC Comics strip, Wonder Woman was made into a popular television series between 1978 and 1981, starring former Miss America, Lynda Carter. Capturing the hearts of TV audiences with her sexy outfit as much as her superheroine abilities, Wonder Woman quickly became a kitsch icon, battling the forces of evil with the unforgettably camp "garb of justice", including bullet-proof bangles, a golden lasso and the belt of strength built into her corset. She had an invisible plane, too.

Originally Princess Diana of Paradise Island (an uncharted land of Amazon women in the Bermuda Triangle), Wonder Woman is sent as an emissary to the outside world to protect the human race from the forces of evil. And so she becomes Diana Prince, the geeky, bespectacled assistant to Steve Trevor of the Inter Agency Defence Command in Washington, whose father she assisted against the Nazis in the 1940s. --Laura Bushell

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Darren Watkins TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 Dec. 2005
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Well what can I say.
13 discs, five for season 1, 4 for season 2 and 4 for season 3. If you were to watch each one back to back there is nearly 3 days worth of viewing if you stop up 24 hours a day.
I remember this when I was a kid and I loved it then.
It has brought back some great memories watching it, and there are a couple of extras on some of the discs.
This is my Christmas present to myself, and what a price, it's cheaper to buy this one than all of the other ones individually and I have never seen this in the shops yet.
Lynda Carter has to be one of the most beautiful women on the plant (and still is), she is Wonder Woman.
The box set contains all of the episodes ever made, taking you from the original World War II episodes in Season one through to the 'modern' stuff in Seasons 2 and 3.
And the theme tune has to be one of the best ever written for a TV show.
This box set is a MUST for all fans of this show.
The best purchase I have ever made.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brandon L. Harlow on 6 Jun. 2003
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Wonder Woman was my favorite show when I was a kid. I remember being 5 years old and spinning around in circles for hours and hours (I'm male by the way...)
This DVD contains the first three episodes from Season 2 of Wonder Woman, when it moved to CBS from ABC. WWII is over and Princess Diana has returned to her home on Paradise Island. A plane crashes onto the Island with Steve Trevor Jr. on board. The evil of the Nazis has been replaced with a world in turmoil during the late 70s. Diana wins the challenge (again) and returns to America as Diana Prince (once again) to work as a field agent in IADC (Inter-Agency Defense Command) with Trevor.
Anschluss '77 is a great episode and boasts a first (and last)...Wonder Woman actually kills! Yes, she KILLS Hitler! She purposefully botches his re-generation process and he is murdered. A bit out-of-character for the woman who could turn "a hawk into a dove" but fascinating nonetheless.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By I. R. Kerr TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Mar. 2007
Format: DVD
I love this programme, sure it is cheesy, the effects are dated, there's lots of American jingoism but at is heart it is what a TV superhero series should be, entertaining.

From the WWII fights against the axis powers and their USA based spy rings to 1970's America. The stories are pretty basic with the odd recurring character like the splendid Henry Gibson and some typically 1970's silverfoil clad aliens. But this stands out the greatest lead character casting of any superhero series or film, with the possible exception of Christopher Reeve. Also for the superb theme tune, the casting of Debra Winger as Wonder Girl and for the costume designers who brought William and Elizabeth Marston's heroine to life.

Lynda Carter was shoe-horned into that costume which has become so iconic. A Former Miss USA, Carter was so perfect for the role it is hard to imagine any actress filling her red boots to such perfection. I'm all for someone having a go but any future show or film will have to be judged against it, just as Christopher Reeve WAS the perfect Superman.

Her co-star Lyle Waggoner was a little wooden and thankfully took a back seat in the last series but who watched Wonder Woman to see him? Sorry Lyle but Ms. Carter was, and still is, the main attraction. The blue underwater and motorcycle outfits were also superb designs.

Watching it again after almost 30 years was a nostalgic treat. Some things do not change there's ecological and anti-war themes that are still relevant today. And, even better than that, there's daft robots galore. It is, like Buck Rogers superb 1970's kitsch and I loved every minute of it.

I give it five stars largely for Lynda Carter but also on the strength of the fact that as I watched it I remembered what was coming next in many episodes, such was the impact it had first time round.

Go on, give it a try.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anya Bakjabic on 2 Jun. 2003
Format: DVD
The amazing thing about Wonder Woman was that she not only single-handedly kicked major ass against the dishonourable characters of the planet, but she also did it with such style!
Can you remember spinning around in the back garden pretending to be Wonder Woman? I can, and I was a ten year old boy at the time! That says a lot for me I know.
Getting back on track, this is just pure nostalgia for those old enough to remember when TV allowed escapism such as this, along with The Bionic Woman and Charlie's Angels. Only Hart to Hart can top this for sheer campery.
Go on, buy it. If only to remind yourself that Wonder Woman was the only superhero with an 18 inch waist and satin tights. She makes Tomb Raider's Angelina Jolie look like a bag lady.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Darren Watkins TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Oct. 2003
Format: DVD
I bought this because I remember it from when I was a kid.
I also used to watch it on SciFi channel when they ran it. It is the best series ever and the DVD is just packed full of campness!
The best thing about it too is that when you put the DVD in and have it on the main menu, it constantly repeats the Wonder Woman theme tune.
It's a really, really good DVD to have (spot the mistake on the second episode - Diana runs off into the woods in a dress but when she turns into Wonder Woman she was wearing jeans!).
BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Daniel Black on 23 April 2004
Format: DVD
It was great to find the two volumes of Wonder Woman on DVD seeing thethird pilot on Volume one and the two episodes which followed straightafter each other in sequence but on the second volume had two in sequencebut the third episode was out by an episode because the episode thatshould have followed was the Pied Piper and not the Queen and the thief,after saying that I still enjoyed it anyway.
Keep bringing them out.
Don't forget that on June 29th America is releasing the first completeseason of Wonder Woman
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