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Starring Lynda Carter (as Diana Prince, Wonder Woman), Lyle Waggoner (Major Steve Trevor) 
Season 1 (ABC) (1976-77)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC
Setting - 1940's World War II - Nazi Germany

1.1 [--] Wonder Woman:
BEAUTY ON PARADE (set during WWII)
13-Oct-1976 ABC Wed
Written by Ron Friedman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Guest Stars:
Anne Francis .................. Lola Flynn
Dick Van Patten ............... Jack Wood
William Lanteau ............... Col. Flint
Special Guest Star:
Bobby Van ..................... Monty Burns
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - to be verified)
Jennifer Shaw ................. Susan
Lindsay Bloom ................. Tina
Christa Helm .................. Rita
Paulette Breen ................ Mitzie
Linda Carpenter ............... Betsy
Eddie Benton .................. June
April Tatro ................... Betty Lou
Derna Wylde ................... Rosalie
Wayne Grace ................... Captain
Henry Deas .................... Stagehand
Bill Adler .................... Sentry
John David Yarbrough .......... Lieutenant
Diana enters a traveling beauty contest to expose it as a front for enemy saboteurs. But is it the radar
scanner they're really after, or General Eisenhower?
 
1.2 [--] Wonder Woman:
THE FEMINUM MYSTIQUE, Part One (set during WWII)
6-Nov-1976 ABC Sat
Teleplay by Jimmy Sangster; Story by Barbara Avedon and Barbara Corday
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Director of Photography Joe Jackman
Guest Stars:
John Saxon .................... Captain Radl
Carolyn Jones ................. Queen
Charles Frank ................. Peter Knight
Paul Shenar ................... Wertz
Kurt Kreuger .................. Hemmschler
Introducing:
Debra Winger .................. Drusilla/Wonder Girl
*
Co-Staring: (end credits - pt I)
Curt Lowens ................... Gen. Ulrich
Erica Hagen ................... Dalma
Pamela (Susan) Shoop .......... Magda
Kurt Grayson .................. Harris
Jay Fenichel .................. Tommy
Brad Rearden .................. Joey
After falling into a trap meant for Wonder Woman, Diana's younger sister is
kidnapped by Nazis who want the secret of her bullet-proof bracelets.

1.3 [--] Wonder Woman:
THE FEMINUM MYSTIQUE, Part Two (set during WWII)
8-Nov-1976 ABC Mon
Teleplay by Jimmy Sangster; Story by Barbara Avedon and Barbara Corday
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Guest Stars:
John Saxon .................... Radl
Carolyn Jones ................. Queen Mother
Charles Frank ................. Peter Knight
Paul Shenat ................... Wertz
Introducing:
Debra Winger .................. Drusilla/Wonder Girl
*
With:
Erica Hagen ................... Dalma
Pamela Susan Shoop ............ Magda
Rayford Barnes ................ Lt. Weil
Kurt Grayson .................. Harris
Jay Fenichel .................. Tommy
Newell Alexander .............. Destroyer commander
Wonder Woman's younger sister inadvertently reveals the location of Paradise Island to her Nazi captors, who
launch an attack on the island to obtain the bullet-proof feminum. Will Wonder Woman be able to save her Amazon
sisters and return to the United States before the Germans can hijack an experimental new military jet?

 1.4 [--] Wonder Woman:
WONDER WOMAN VS. GARGANTUA (set during WWII)
18-Dec-1976 ABC Sat
Written by David Ketchum and Tony DiMarco
Directed by Charles R. Rondeau
Director of Photography Ted Landon
Guest Stars:
Robert Loggia ................. Hans Eichler
Gretchen Corbett .............. Erica Belgard
John Hillerman ................ Conrad Steigler
Tom Reese ..................... Carl Mueller
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Herb Voland ................... Dr. Osmond
Jerry Fitzpatrick ............. Circus guard
Jim Driskill .................. Sergeant Henderson
Curtis Credel ................. Corporal Rogers
John Zenda .................... Soldier
Also Starring:
Mickey Morton ................. Gargantua
A trained gorilla sent by the Nazis to capture a traitor has been prepared
for one true mission: Destroy Wonder Woman!

1.5 [--] Wonder Woman:
THE PLUTO FILE (set during WWII)
25-Dec-1976 ABC Sat
Written by Herbert Bermann
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Director of Photography Ted Landon
Guest Stars:
Robert Reed ................... Sean Fallon
Hayden Roarke ................. Prof. Warren
Albert Stratton ............... Charles Benson
*
Co-Staring: (end credits - to be verified)
Michael Twain ................. Frank Willis
Kenneth Tigar ................. Dr. Barnes
Jason Johnson ................. James Porter
Peter Brandon ................. Dr. Norris
Sean Kelly .................... Bobby
Gary Oakes .................... Sergeant Evans
Mikki Jamison-Olsen ........... Camilia Moret
Brigid O'Brien ................ Customs agent
A rash of bubonic plague cases happens to coincide with the activities of an international mercenary who
just stole a file on creating earthquakes and plans to use it to level Washington D.C.

1.6 [--] Wonder Woman:
THE LAST OF THE $2 BILLS (set during WWII)
8-Jan-1977 ABC Sat
Written by Paul Dubov and Gwen Bagni
Directed by Stuart Margolin
Guest Stars:
James Olson ................... Wotan
Barbara Anderson .............. Maggie
David Cryer ................... Hank
John Howard ................... Doctor
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - to be verified)
Richard O'Brien ............... Frank Wilson
Dean Harens ................... Dan Fletcher
Victor Argo ................... Jason
Don Eitner .................... Dentist
Michael Dan Wagner ............ S.S. colonel
Naomi Grumette ................ Customer
Wonder Woman and Steve uncover a Nazi scheme to flood the United States with counterfeit $2 bills in
an effort to destroy the economy during wartime.

1.7 [--] Wonder Woman:
JUDGEMENT FROM OUTER SPACE, Part One (set during WWII)
15-Jan-1977 ABC Sat
Produced by Wilford Lloyd Baumes
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Ted Landon
Guest Stars:
Tim O'Connor .................. Andros
Kurt Kasznar .................. Von Dreiberg
Janet MacLachlan .............. Sakri
Special Guest Star: Scott Hylands
Scott Hylands ................. Paul Bjornsen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt. I)
Vic Perrin .................... Gorel
Hank Brandt ................... Graebner
Christine Schmidtmer .......... Lisa Engel
George Cooper ................. Gen. Clewes
Erik Holland .................. Nazi Grau
Ted Roter ..................... Berghoff
 Mankind has been judged too violent by an inter-galactic council of planets, whose representative Andros has
been sent to Earth to determine its fate.

1.8 [--] Wonder Woman:
JUDGEMENT FROM OUTER SPACE, Part Two (set during WWII)
17-Jan-1977 ABC Mon
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Tim O'Connor .................. Andros
Kurt Kasznar .................. Von Dreiberg
Janet MacLachlan .............. Sakri
Christopher Cary .............. Mallory (pt. 2 only?)
Special Guest Star:
Scott Hylands ................. Paul Bjornsen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt. II)
Vic Perrin .................... Gorel
Hank Brandt ................... Graebner
Christine Schmidtmer .......... Lisa Engel
George Cooper ................. Gen. Clewes
Erik Holland .................. Nazi Grau
Ted Roter ..................... Berghoff
Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are taken prisoner in Nazi Germany while attempting to rescue Andros.
Meanwhile, the council has decided that the Earth must be sterilized.

 1.9 [--] Wonder Woman:
FORMULA 407 (set during WWII)
22-Jan-1977 ABC Sat
Written by Elroy Schwartz
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Guest Stars:
Nehemiah Persoff .............. Prof. Moreno
Marisa Pavan .................. Maria
John Devlin ................... Major Keller
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Peter MacLean ................. Schmidt
Charles Macaulay .............. McCauley
Maria Grimm ................... Lydia Moreno
Armando Silvestre ............. Antonio Cruz
Curt Lowens ................... S.S. general
Gary Cashdollar ............... Otto Dietrich
Steve and Diana travel to neutral Buenos Aires to bring back a formula for making rubber as strong as steel,
but the Nazis have made other plans for both the formula and America's great war hero.

1.10 [--] Wonder Woman:
THE BUSHWACKERS (set during WWII)
29-Jan-1977 ABC Sat
Written by Skip Webster
Directed by Stuart Margolin
Director of Photography Ric Wait
Guest Stars:
Henry Darrow .................. Walter Lampkin
Lance Kerwin .................. Jeff Hadley
Special Guest Star:
Roy Rogers .................... J.P. Hadley
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tony George ................... Emmett Dawson
David Clarke .................. Sheriff Bodie
Christoff St. John .............. Linc
Christelle Pierrette Gaspart .. Babette
Justin Randi .................. Freddie
David Yanez ................... Charlie
Carey Wong .................... Sen
Rita Gomez .................... Maria
Murray Macleod ................ The man
Steve is sent to Texas to help an old friend of General Blankenship deal with cattle rustlers who are sabotaging
the war effort. Fortunately for him, Wonder Woman isn't far behind.

1.11 [--] Wonder Woman:
WONDER WOMAN IN HOLLYWOOD (set during WWII)
16-Feb-1977 ABC Wed
Written by Jimmy Sangster
Directed by Bruce Bilson
Director of Photography Ric Wait
Guest Stars:
Harris Yulin .................. Mark Bremer
Robert Hays ................... Jim Ames
Christopher Norris ............ Gloria Beverly
Charles Cyphers ............... Kurt
Alan Bergmann ................. . Director
Special Guest Stars
Carolyn Jones ................. Queen
Debra Winger .................. Drusilla/Wonder Girl
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
Ross Bickell .................. Lt. Bill Rand
David Himes ................... Sergeant Harry Willard
Barry Van Dyke ................ Freddy
Danil Torpe ................... George
Eric Boles .................... Roger
Alex Rodine ................... Destroyer captain
June Whitley Taylor ........... Receptionist
Carmen Filpi .................. Guard
At the Queen's request, Drusilla follows Diana and Steve to Hollywood, where American war heroes have been asked
to recreate their moments of glory in a movie to boost soldier morale. The Nazis use the filming of the movie as a
means to kidnap the war heroes--whom they plan to take to Germany for public trial.

 This episode was the last to air on ABC and with the original cast.  

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