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Starring Lynda Carter (as Diana Prince, Wonder Woman), Lyle Waggoner (Agent Steve Trevor) 
Season 2 (CBS) (1977-78)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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##### The New Adventures of Wonder Woman #####
############## season 2 1977-78 ##############
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CBS Fridays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
New Title "The New Adventures of Wonder Woman"
New Network - CBS Fridays 8:00pm
New Setting - present Day 1977 (22 episodes)
Eps 2.01 -2.08:
Executive Producers Douglas S. Cramer and Wilford Lloyd Baumes
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Eps 2.09-2.22
Executive Producers Douglas S. Cramer
Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons

2.1 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE RETURN OF WONDER WOMAN (2hr Special)
16-Sep-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by: Stephen Kandel
Directed by: Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Series Cast:
Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman / Diana Prince
Lyle Waggoner as Steve Trevor II
Normann Burton as Joe Atkinson (entry)
Guest Stars:
Fritz Weaver .................. Dr. Solano
Bettye Ackerman ............... Asclepia
Special Guest Star:
Jessica Walter ................ Gloria
And:
Beatrice Straight ............. The Queen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
David Knapp ................... Maj. Gaines
Carlos Romero ................. Colonel Acevo
Dorrie Thomson ................ Evadne
Featuring:
Argentina Brunetti ............ Manageress
Edward Cross .................. Pilot
Johana Dewinter ............... Dr. Ross
George Ives ................... Samuels
Frank Killmond ................ Logan
Russ Marin .................... Kleist
William Tregoe ................ Kalten
Raye Sheffield ................ Dr. Andrea

Now 1977, a plane carrying IADC Agent Steve Trevor (son of the original Steve Trevor) and a group of nuclear scientists
is downed in the Bermuda Triangle after a failed terrorist hijacking. The Amazons are forced to guide the plane to Paradise
Island, necessitating Wonder Woman's return to the outside world. As Diana Prince, Wonder Woman infiltrates the Inter Agency Defense Command and gets herself partnered with Steve. Together they
must prevent the terrorists from sabotaging the construction of a government-funded nuclear power plant.

 2.2 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
ANSCHLUSS '77
23-Sep-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by: Dallas L. Barnes
Directed by: Alan Crosland
Guest Cast:
Mel Ferrer .................... Fritz Gerlich
Leon Charles .................. Von Klemper
Barry Dennen .................. Cloned Hitler
Kurt Kreuger .................. Koenig
Julio Medina .................. Gaitan
Tom Ormeny .................... Rogel
Peter Nyberg .................. Strasser
IADC Agents Prince and Trevor travel to South America where a large Nazi
movement plans to revive the Third Reich and clone Adolf Hitler.
 
2.3 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MAN WHO COULD MOVE THE WORLD
30-Sep-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by Judy Burns
Directed by Bob Kjellin
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Featuring:
Normann Burton ................ Joe Atkinson (regular)
Guest Star:
Yuki Shimoda .................. Takeo Ishida
Special Guest Star:
Lew Ayres ..................... Dr. Theodore Wilson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Hong .................... Oshima
Alan McRae .................... Security guard
J. Kenneth Campbell ........... Taft
Featuring:
Steven Ken Suehiro ............ Ishida, as a boy
Peter Kwong ................... Masaaki, as a boy
Arthur Song ................... Masaaki
Wonder Woman must fight for her life against a Japanese man with
telekinetic powers who blames her for the death of his brother during World War II.

 2.4 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE CRISIS
7-Oct-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by Calvin Clements Jr.
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest stars:
Charles Cioffi ................ Raymond Manta
Beatrice Straight ............. The Queen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Herman Poppe .................. The Sergeant
Featuring:
Barry Hamilton ................ Radar man
Larry Golden .................. Lt.-Cmdr. Mansfield
George Ranito Jordan .......... Driver/ Guard
James Staley .................. Guard #1
Joseph Chapman ................ Radio man
Steve and Diana are sent to the Bermuda Triangle to stop an international
criminal from sabotaging the establishment of a nuclear testing facility,
which Diana is secretly worried could endanger Paradise Island.

2.5 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman
: KNOCKOUT
14-Oct-77 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced and Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Semour Robbie
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Featuring
Normann Burton ................ Joe Atkinson (regular)
Guest Stars: (opening credits)
Jayne Kennedy ................. Carolyn
Burr DeBenning ................ Tom Baker
Arch Johnson .................. John Kelly
*
Guest Stars: (end credits)
Frank Marth ................... Tall man
Ted Shackelford ............... Pete
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Abraham Alvafez ............... Radio Car Officer Fernandez
Alex Colon .................... Angel Valasquez
Featuring:
Frank Parker .................. Lane Curran
K.C. Martel ................... Ted
Diana heads for Los Angeles to investigate the disappearance of Steve Trevor and uncovers plans for a terrorist
attack on an international trade conference.

2.6 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE PIED PIPER
21-Oct-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Teleplay by: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco, and Brian McKay
Story by: David Ketchum and Tony DiMarco
Directed by: Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Featuring:
Normann Burton ................ Joe Atkinson (regular)
Guest Stars:
Martin Mull ................... Hamlin Rule
Denny Miller .................. Carl Schwartz
Special Guest Star:
Eve Plumb ..................... Elena Atkinson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bob Hastings .................. Gatekeeper
George Cooper ................. Manager Amos Hoffman
Melvin F. Allen ............... Lieutenant McMasters
A rock musician uses hypnotic music to force his young female fans into robbing his concerts for him.

2.7 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE QUEEN AND THE THIEF
28-Oct-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by: Bruce Shelly
Directed by: Jack Arnold
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Featuring:
Normann Burton ................ Joe Atkinson (regular)
Guest Stars:
Juliet Mills .................. Queen Kathryn
David Hedison ................. Evan Robley
John Colicos .................. Ambassador Orrick
(No end cast credits)
Wonder Woman and Steve team with an international jewel thief to foil a plot to dethrone a foreign dignitary.

2.8 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
I DO, I DO
11-Nov-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Charles B. Fitzsimons
Produced by Mark Rodgers
Written by: Richard Carr
Directed by: Herb Wallerstein
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Celeste Holm .................. Dolly Tucker
Simon Scott ................... Sam Tucker
John Getz ..................... Christian Harrison
Special Guest Star:
Henry Darrow .................. David Allen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kent Smith .................... Chhief Justice Brown
Brian Avery ................... Denny Lake
Featuring:
Thomas W. Babson .............. Smitty
Steve Eastin .................. Johnny
Scott Mulhern ................. Desk clerk
Confidential information is being extracted from the wives of government officials at an Arizona health spa.

 2.9 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MAN WHO MADE VOLCANOS
18-Nov-1977 CBS Fri
(New Opening Title Sequence)
Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
by arrangement with Bruce Lansbury Productions Ltd
Produced by Charles Fitzsimons
Teleplay by Brian McKay and Dan Ullman
Story by Wilton Denmark
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars (opening credits)
Roger Davis ................... Jack Corbin
Irene Tsu ..................... Mei Ling
Richard Narita ................ Lin Wan
Special Guest Star:
Roddy McDowall ................ Professor John Chapman
*
Guest Stars: (end credits)
Milt Kogan .................... Kalanin
Ray Young ..................... Tobirov
Co-Starring:
Philip Ahn .................... Col. Minh
Featuring:
James R. Parkes ............... Dave Pruett
Grant Owens ................... Technician
A scientist threatens to devastate the planet with induced volcanic eruptions if the world's powers don't disarm.

 2.10 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MIND STEALERS FROM OUTER SPACE, Part One
2-Dec-1977 CBS Fri
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Stars:
Dack Rambo .................... Andros
Kristin Larkin ................ Debbie
Special Guest Star:
Vincent Van Patten ............ Johnny
*
Co-Starring (end credits pt. 1 - to be verified)
Earl Boen ..................... Chaka
Barry Cahill .................. General Miller
Del Hinkley ................... Dr. George Hess
Barbara O. Jones .............. Sell
*
Allan Migicovsky .............. Dr. Rand
Anne Ramsey ................... Connie
Linda Ryan .................... Dr. Ruth Blaine
Sol Weiner .................... Capt. Parelli
Gary Bisig .................... Rossman
Betty Cole .................... Cleaning lady
Lana Marie Hendricks .......... Karen
Lori Ann Hendricks ............ Kim
Andros returns to hunt down an outlaw alien race that is taking over human bodies and stealing their minds.

2.11 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MIND STEALERS FROM OUTER SPACE (Part 2/2)
9-Dec-1977 CBS Fri
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Dack Rambo .................... Andros
Pamela Mason .................. Carla Burgess
Special Guest Star:
Vincent Van Patten ............ Johnny
*
Co-Starring (end credits part 2)
Earl Boen ..................... Chaka
Barbara O. Jones .............. Sell
Allan Migicovsky .............. Dr. Rand
Curt Lowens ................... Nordling
Rege Cordic ................... Prof. Eidleman
Lana Marie Hendricks .......... Karen
Lori Ann Hendricks ............ Kim
Walt Davis .................... Security guard
Phyllis Flax .................. Woman delegate
Eric Mason .................... Senator Wainright
Dee Dee Young ................. Zambezia delegate
And:
Kristin Larkin ................ Debbie
Wonder Woman and Andros must prepare the world for decontamination and the mass insanity it will cause unless
they can find a way to capture the Skrill and retrieve the stolen minds.

2.12 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE DEADLY TOYS (Christmas episode)
30-Dec-1977 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Teleplay by Anne Collins; Story by Carey Wilber
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Stars:
Frank Gorshin ................. Dr. Orlich Hoffman
James A. Watson, Jr. .......... Dr. Prescott
Special Guest Star:
John Rubinstein ............... Maj. John Dexter
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Donald Bishop ................. Dr. Tobias
Ross Elliott .................. Dr. Lazaar
Featuring:
Michael W. Kinney ............. Guard #2
Mike Kulik .................... Intruder
Randy Phillips ................ Doctor
Harv Selsby .................. Guard
A toymaker is replacing scientists with androids in order to steal designs
for a top-secret government weapon.

2.13 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
LIGHT-FINGERED LADY
6-Jan-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Bruce Shelley
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Chris Stone ............. Tony Ryan
Joseph R. Sicari .............. Leech
Bubba Smith ................... Paul Rojak
Gary Crosby
................... Grease
Titos Vandis .................. Michael Sutton
Special Guest Star:
Greg Morris ................... Anton Caribe
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stack Pierce .................. Desk sergeant
Saundra Sharp ................. Eve (recurring)
(entry)
Larry Ward .................... Adler
and:
Judyann Elder ................. Marge Douglas
Featuring:
Ric DiAngelo .................. Ross
Thomas Hilliard ............... Guard
Diana goes undercover to expose a criminal mastermind in a $50 million heist.

 2.14 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
SCREAMING JAVELINS
20-Jan-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Brian McKay
Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Stars:
Henry Gibson .................. Marion Mariposa
Robert Sampson ................ Bo Taggart
Melanie Chartoff .............. Nadia Samara
Rick Springfield .............. Tom Hamilton
E.J. Peaker ................... Lois Taggart
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Vaughn Armstrong .............. Eric
Roger Callard ................. Bill
The Kearney Twins ............. The twins
Featuring:
Sam Freed ..................... Runner
Dennis M. Madalone ............ Pole vaulter
Top athletes are being kidnapped by a mad-man who wants to create his own Olympic team.

 2.15 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
DIANA'S DISAPPEARING ACT
3-Feb-1978 CBS Fri
Written by S.S. Schweitzer
Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Stars:
Dick Gautier .................. Count Cagliostro
Ed Begley Jr .................. Harold Farnum
J.A. Preston .................. Jazreel
Allen Williams ................ Dr. Hutchins
Aharon Ipalé .................. The Emir of Quiana
Special Guest Star:
Brenda Benét .................. Morgana La Fay
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Saundra Sharp ................. Eve (recurring)
George Skaff .................. Shopkeeper
Maurice Sherbanee ............. Ambassador
Featuring:
James Mark Wilson ............. Magician #1
Don W. Brockhaus .............. Magician #2
Peter DePaula ................. Mime #1
Kathlyn ....................... Mime #2
Count Cagliostro has found a way to turn lead into gold and plans to sell it to a Middle Eastern oil tycoon,
but he has to get Diana out of the way to do it.
 
2.16 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
DEATH IN DISGUISE
10-Feb-1978 CBS Fri
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by Tom Sawyer
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars: (opening credits)
Joel Fabiani .................. Woodward Nightingale
Jennifer Darling .............. Violet Louise Tree
Lee Bergere ................... Marius
Charles Pierce ................ Starker/ Finley
Special Guest Star:
George Chakiris ............... Carlo Indrezzano
*
Guest Stars: (end credits)
Arthur Batanides .............. Krug
Christopher Cary .............. Beamer
Co-Starring: 
Saundra Sharp ................. Eve (recurring)
Carol Worthington ............. Major Finley
Featuring:
Katherine Charles ............. Corporal
Jack Kissell .................. Plotkin
Maurice Marsac ................ Maitre d'
Diana is assigned to protect a millionaire industrialist from a hitman, but the real target is IRAC.

2.17 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
IRAC IS MISSING
17-Feb-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Alex Singer
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Ross Martin ................... Bernard Havitol
Lee Paul ...................... Dirk
W.T. Zacha .................... Dick
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tina Lenert ................... Cori
Featuring:
Lloyd McLinn .................. Guard
Mathias Reitz ................. Technician
Jim Veres ..................... Sgt. Dobson
Cletus Young .................. Official
Colin Hamilton ................ Director
A computer genius plans to take over the world by stealing the programs and memories of top level computers.

 2.18 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
FLIGHT TO OBLIVION
3-March-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Patrick Mathews
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Michael Shannon ............... Lt. Stonehouse
Corinne Michaels .............. Capt. Ann Colby
Alan Fudge .................... Maj. Alan Cornell
Mitch Vogel ................... Mitch
Special Guest Star:
John Van Dreelan .............. Edmund Dante
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - to be verified)
Walt Davis .................... Lieutenant
Diana goes undercover to expose a former NATO officer who uses hypnotic
powers to sabotage the U.S. Air Force.

2.19 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
SEANCE OF TERROR
10-March-1978 CBS Fri
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by Bruce Shelley
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Stars: (opening credits)
Rick Jason .................... Koslo
Kres Mersky ................... Theodora
Todd Lookinland ............... Matthew
John Fujioka .................. Yamura
Hanna Hertelendy .............. Ms. Kell
*
Guest Star: (end credits)
Adam Ageli .................... Bakru
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Saundra Sharp ................. Eve (recurring)
John Birk ..................... Eric
Christine Avila ............... Mrs. Bakru
Jean-Ivan Durin ............... Dekker
Tad Horino .................... Yamura, Sr.
A young boy's psychic powers are used to manipulate officials, jeopardizing international peace talks.

2.20 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MAN WHO WOULDN'T TELL
31-Mar-1978 CBS Fri
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Alan Crosland
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Jane Actman ................... Meg
Philip M. Thomas .............. Rudolph Furst
Michael Cole .................. Ted
Millie Slaven ................. B.W.
Special Guest Star:
Gary Burghoff ................. Alan Akroy
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Saundra Sharp .................. Eve (recurring)
Tony Brubacker ................ Tom
Everyone is looking for a janitor after he accidently discovers the key ingredient to an experimental explosives formula.

2.21 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE GIRL FROM ILANDIA
7-Apr-1978 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Harry Guardino ................ Simon Penrose
Julie Ann Haddock ............. Tina
Allan Arbus ................... Bleaker
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Buck Young .................... Doctor
Pamela Toll ................... Nurse
Featuring:
Fred Lerner ................... Davis
Chuck Hicks ................... Thompson
Mike Kopcha ................... First mate
Todd Hoffman .................. Bully
An underworld legend kidnaps a young girl with special powers from another dimension.
 
2.22 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman:
THE MURDEROUS MISSILE
21-Apr-1978 CBS Fri
Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by: Dick Nelson
Directed by: Dick Moder
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
James Luisi ................... George
Mark Withers .................. Luther
Warren Stevens ................ Sheriff Beal
Steve Inwood .................. Mac
Lucille Benson ................ Flo
Special Guest Star:
Hal England ................... Hal Shaver
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sam Edwards ................... Ernie
Alan McRae .................... Lieutenant
Maurice Sneed ................. Corporal
Neil Elliot ................... William Ryan
Wonder Woman must thwart a plot to hijack an experimental thought-controlled missile, that is if she
can escape the ghost town where she is being mysteriously detained.

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