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Starring Lynda Carter (as Diana Prince, Wonder Woman), Lyle Waggoner (Major Steve Trevor) 
Season 3 (CBS) (1978-79)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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##### The New Adventures of Wonder Woman #####
############## season 3 1978-79 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
CBS Fridays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern
24 episodes
Setting - present Day (1978)
Executive Producer Douglas S. Cramer / Supervising Producer Bruce Lansbury
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons

(episode titles shown on-screen)

3.1 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: MY TEENAGE IDOL IS MISSING
22-Sep-1978 CBS Fri
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Michael Lerner ................ Ashton Ripley
Michael Baseleon .............. Morley
Dawn Lyn ...................... Whitney Springfield
Special Appearance:
Albert Paulsen ................ Raleigh Crichton
Special Guest Star:
Leif Garrett .................. Lane/Mike
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Herman Poppe .................. Bodyguard
Lanny Duncan .................. Cabhie
Robert Patten ................. Benjamin Springfield
Featuring:
Tony Brubacker ................ Sampson
David Ellis ................... Ludwig
Abbie Wolfsen ................. Girl #1
Suzanne Crough ................ Girl #2
Michele Laurita ............... Girl #3
A young fan gets frustrated when the kidnapping of her teen hearthrob goes unnoticed after he is replaced by a twin.

3.2 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: HOT WHEELS
29-Sep-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Dennis Landa
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Stars:
Peter Brown ................... Tim Bolt
Lance LeGault ................. Otis Fiskle
John Durren ................... Alfie
Don Mitchell .................. Dr. Samson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Fuddle Bagley ................. Shadow
Marc Ross ..................... Slim
John Lawrence ................. Foreman
Frank Doubleday ............... Van driver
Diana must track down a stolen antique Rolls Royce with top secret microfilm hidden in the hood ornament.

3.3 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE DEADLY STING
6-Oct-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Dick Nelson
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Ron Ely ....................... Bill Michaels
Scott Marlowe ................. Angie Cappucci
Danny Dayton .................. Louis the Lithuanian
Marvin Miller ................. Beamet
Special Guest Star:
Harvey Jason .................. Prof. Brubaker
Special Appearances:
Roman Gabriel ................. Football player
Deacon Jones .................. Football player
Lawrence McCutcheon ........... Football player
Eddie Allen Bell .............. Football player
*
(end credits- not verified)
Gil Stratton .................. Broadcaster
Bob Minor ..................... Nick
Craig T. Nelson ............... Sam
Frank Downing ................. Bart
Bobbie Bartosh ................ Gilda
Luise Heath ................... Phyllis
A scientist develops a way to control kinetic functions and uses it to alter the outcome of football games.

3.4 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE FINE ART OF CRIME
13-Oct-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Dick Moder
Guest Stars:
Ed Begley, Jr. ................ Harold Farnum
Joe E. Tata ................... Joe
Michael McGuire ............... Moreaux
Special Guest Star:
Roddy McDowall ................ Henry Roberts
Cameo Appearance by:
Patti MacLeod ................. Mrs. Ellsworth
Special Guest Appearance by:
Gavin MacLeod ................. Mr. Ellsworth
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Maross .................... Shubert
George Caldwell ............... Heavy #1
Mitchel Young Evans ........... Berkeley student
Wonder Woman discovers that incredibly human-looking statues may be more life-like than originally thought
when valuable artwork starts to disappear with no explanation.

 3.5 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: DISCO DEVIL
20-Oct-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Alan Brennert
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Stars:
Paul Sand ..................... Del Franklin
Ellen Weston .................. Angelique
Kerry Sherman ................. Kathy Munro
Victor Mohica ................. Lance
Bob Hoy ....................... Norman
Michael DeLano ................ Nick Moreno
Special Appearance:
Russell Johnson ............... Colonel
Special Guest Star:
Wolfman Jack .................. Infra Red
*
(end cast credits):
Robert Dunlap ................. Andrew Borden
Frank McRae ................... Foreman
Dennis J. Stewart ............. Kerwin
Linda Fernandez ............... Female dancer
Betty Bridges ................. Receptionist
Government engineers are being lured to a disco where national secrets are being sucked from their minds.

3.6 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: FORMICIDA
3-Nov-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Katharyn Michaelian Powers
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Star:
Robert Alda ................... Harcourt
Special Guest Stars:
Robert Shields ................ Doug
Lorene Yarnell ................ Dr. Irene Janus/Formicida
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stan Haze ..................... Cawley
Ben Young ..................... Chemist
Featuring:
Carol Carrington .............. Receptionist
Jim Nolan ..................... Watchman
Frank Farmer .................. Foreman
Neil Elliot ................... Male secretary
A scientist develops an insect sirum to help her prevent the manufacture and distribution of a deadly pesticide.

3.7 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: TIME BOMB
10-Nov-1978 CBS Fri
Written by David Wise and Kathleen Barnes
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Guest Stars:
Joan Van Ark .................. Cassandra Loren
Allan Miller .................. Dan Reynolds
Ted Shackelford ............... Adam Clement
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ivan Naranjo .................. Foreman
Fredd Wayne ................... J.J. McConnell
Gwenn Mitchell ................ Guide
With:
René Levant ................... Guard
Ted Hamaguchi ................. Ellis
Ernie Orsatti ................. Reves
Tom Kratochivil ............... Voice of Irac
A historian from the year 2155 travels back in time to become a billionaire using her knowledge of the 20th century.

 3.8 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: SKATEBOARD WHIZ
24-Nov-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Alan Brennert
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Stars: (in alphabetical order)
Eric Braeden .................. Evan Donalson
Cynthia Eilbacher ............. Jamie O'Neill
Grace Gaynor .................. Leslie O'Neill
Ron Masak ..................... Duane Morrisey
Art Metrano ................... Friedman
James Ray ..................... John Key
John Reilly ................... Skye Markham
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Neil Flanagan ................. Ketchum
Peter Wise .................... Kevin Wendell
Abraham Alvarez ............... Lieutenant
Featuring:
David Cadiente ................ Chuck
A mobster uses a teenage skateboard whiz for extortion.
 
3.9 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE DEADLY DOLPHIN
1-Dec-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.
Guest Stars:
Nicholas Coster ............... Silas Lockhart
Britt Leach ................... Billy
Albert Popwell ................ Gaffer
Michael Stroka ................ Henry
Brian Tochi ................... Dartell
Special Guest Star:
Penelope Windust .............. Dr. Sylvia Stubbs
*
(end cast credits - not verified):
Macon McCalman ................ Goodspeed
Colin Hamilton ................ Admiral
Gregory Chase ................. Captain
Paul Tuerpe ................... CPO
A highly-trained military dolphin is stolen to be used in the sabotage of an oil tanker.

3.10 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: STOLEN FACES
15-Dec-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Richard Carr and Anne Collins
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Stars:
Joseph Maher .................. Edgar Percy
Kenneth Tigar ................. John Austin
John O'Connell ................ Todd Daniels
Special Guest Star:
Bob Seagren ................... Roman
*
(end cast credits - not verified):
Diana Lander .................. Nancy
Murray MacLeod ................ Doctor
Al White ...................... Sergeant Cline
Catherine Campbell ............ Leslie
Daryle Ann Lindley ............ Nurse
Harold P. Pruett .............. Boy
Diana gets a report that Wonder Woman has been struck by a car and hospitalized.
But wait, Diana is Wonder Woman, isn't she?

3.11 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: POT O' GOLD
22-Dec-1978 CBS Fri
Written by Michael McGreevey
Directed by Gordon Hessler
Guest Stars:
Dick O'Neill .................. Pat O'Hanlon
Brian Davies .................. Thackery
Steve-Allie Collura ........... BoneIii
Arthur Batanides .............. Maxwell
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sherrie Wills ................. Lisa
Ric DiAngelo .................. Rancher
Jeanne Bates .................. Mrs. Walls
*
Jaime Tirelii ................. Gino
Gary Epper .................... Courier
Tom Kratochvil ................ Voice of Irac (recurring)

Plates used for counterfeiting $100 bills get Wonder Woman involved with a leprechaun trying to recover his gold.

3.12 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: GAULT'S BRAIN
29-Dec-1978 CBS Fri
Produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons
Teleplay by Arthur Weingarten; Story by John Gaynor
Directed by Gordon Hessler
Guest Stars:
Floyd Levine .................. Brandon Stryker
Cathee Shirriff ............... Tara Landon
Erik Stern .................... Turk
Peter Mark Richman ............ Dr. Crippin
Special Guest Star:
John Carradine ................ Gault
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
David Mason Daniels ........... Morton Danzig
Ari Sorko-Ram ................. Berger
Tom Kratochvil ................ Voice of Irac (recurring)
A billionaire wants a new body for his disembodied brain.

3.13 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: GOING, GOING, GONE
12-Jan-1979 CBS Fri
Written by Anne Collins and Patrick Mathews
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Bo Brundin .................... Zukov
Charlie Brill ................. Mr. Smith
Kaz Garas ..................... Lucas
Milton Selzer ................. Capt. Louie
Marc Lawrence ................. Mr. Jones
Mako .......................... Mr. Brown
Special Guest Star:
Hari Rhodes ................... Como
*
Featuring: (end credits)
Fil Formicola ................. Heavy
Jean Ivan Dorin ............... Pilot
Jim Stein ..................... Officer
A Russian military jet is forced to jettison its cargo, a nuclear warhead, into the ocean. Diana's undercover
attempts to recover it lead her to a black market organization dealing in atomic hardware.

3.14 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: SPACED OUT
26-Jan-1979 CBS Fri
Written by Bill Taylor
Directed by Ivan Dixon
Guest Stars:
Rene Auberjonois .............. Kimball
Steven Anderson ............... Sylvester
George Cheung ................. Mr. Munn
Candy Ann Brown ............... Janet
Special Guest Star:
Paul Lawrence Smith ........... Simon Rohan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Rex Riley ..................... Fan
Peter Marc .................... Brad
Lester C. Fletcher ............ Desk clerk
Featuring:
J.J. Johnston ................. Guard
Ken Wilson .................... Black avenger
Diana's search for stolen laser crystals places her in the middle of an outrageous science-fiction convention.

3.15 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE STARSHIPS ARE COMING
2-Feb-1979 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Glen Olson, Rod Baker, Anne Collins; Story by Glen Olson and Rod Baker
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Tim O'Connor .................. Col. Robert Elliott
Jeffrey Byron ................. Henry Wilson
James Coleman ................. The Aide
Frank Whiteman ................ Newsman
David White ................... The General
Special Guest Star:
Andrew Duggan ................. Mason Steele
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lilibet Stern ................. Mary Lou
Sheryl Lee Ralph .............. Bobbie
With:
Doris Dowling ................. Mrs. Wilson
Jack Kissel ................... Alien
Ben Chandler .................. General
Marlena Giovi ................. Woman
Walt Davis .................... Guard
Tom Kratochvil ................ Voice of Irac (recurring)
And:
Mario Machado ................. The reporter
A hoax has everyone believing that the planet is being threatened by hostile aliens.
 
3.16 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: AMAZON HOT WAX
16-Feb-1979 CBS Fri
Written by Alan Brennert
Directed by Ray Austin
Director of Photography Bri Murphy
Guest Stars: (in Alphabetical Order)
Curtis Credel ................. Eric Landau
Bob Hoy ....................... Marty
Sarah Purcell ................. Barbie Gordon
Judge Reinhold ................ Jeff Gordon
Martin Speer .................. Billy Dero
Rick Springfield .............. Anton
Danil Torppe .................. Jerry
Special Guest Stars:
Michael Botts ................. Kim
Kate Woodville ................ Adelle Kobler
*
Featuring: (end credits)
Gene Krischer ................. Jim the Engineer
Diana goes undercover to stop extortionists in the record industry.

 3.17 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD
19-Feb-1979 CBS Mon
Written by Jackson Gillis and Anne Collins
Directed by Don MacDougall
Guest Stars:
Jeremy Slate .................. Marshall Henshaw
Roger Perry ................... Lawrence Dunfield
Del Monroe .................... Thug
Carmen Zapata ................. The Prime minister
Barry Miller .................. Barney
Special Guest Star:
Marlyn Mason .................. Lucy DeWitt
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Warfield .................. IADC officer
Buck Young .................... Foreman
Joe G. Medalis ................ Lab man
Featuring:
Charles Young ................. Ambulance attendant
Bobby Baum .................... Cab driver
Tom Kratochvil ................ Voice of Irac (recurring)
Diana searches for a reclusive millionaire industrialist and his missing device used for scrambling missile-guidance
systems. Meanwhile, the millionaire finds that the only people who can identify him are the ones who orchestrated
his disappearance.

3.18 The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: A DATE WITH DOOMSDAY
10-Mar-1979 CBS Sat
Written by Roland Starke and Dennis Landa
Directed by Curtis Harrington
Director of Photography Robert Hoffman
Guest Stars:
Donnelly Rhodes ............... Ward Selkirk
Carol Vogel ................... Dede
Taaffe O'Connell .............. Val
John O'Leary .................. Dr. Roberts
Bob Hastings .................. George
Arthur Malet .................. Prof. Zander
Special Guest Star:
Hermione Baddeley ............. Mrs. Thrip
*
Co-Starring; (end credits)
Michael Hoit .................. John Blake
Patrick Cranshaw .............. Codger
Featuring:
Colette Bertrand .............. Claudine
John Garwood .................. Guard
Tom Kratochvil ................ Voice of Irac (recurring)
A computer dating service masks a plot to unleash a deadly virus over Washington D.C..

3.19 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE GIRL WITH A GIFT FOR DISASTER
17-Mar-1979 CBS Sat
Written by Alan Brennert
Directed by Alan Crosland
Guest Stars:
Jane Actman ................... Bonnie Murphy
Ina Balin ..................... Elizabeth Koren
Dick Butkus ................... Neil
Charles Haid .................. Bob Baker
Special Guest Star:
Raymond St. Jacques ........... William Mayfield
*
(end cast credits - not verified)
James Sloyan .................. Mark Reuben
Renee Brown ................... Joan
Dulcie Jordan ................. Receptionist
A "jinx" has no clue that she is the key in a plan to heist priceless historical documents.

 3.20 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE BOY WHO KNEW HER SECRET, Part One
28-May-1979 CBS Mon
Written by: Anne Collins
Directed by: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Stars:
Michael Shannon ............... Cameron Michaels
John Milford .................. Mr. Keller
Tegan West .................... Pete Pearson
Lenora May .................... Melanie Rose
Special Guest Stars:
Bert Remsen ................... Dr. Eli Jaffe
Clark Brandon ................. Skip Keller
*
(end cast credits - not verified)
Joyce Greenwood ............... Mrs. Keller
A.J. Blake .................... Sunny
Alien life forms are taking over bodies of the citizens in a small town.

3.21 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE BOY WHO KNEW HER SECRET, Part Two
29-May-1979 CBS Tue
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Stars:
Michael Shannon ............... Cameron Michaels
John Milford .................. Mr. Keller
Tegan West .................... Pete Pearson
Lenora May .................... Melanie Rose
Special Guest Stars:
Bert Remsen ................... Dr. Eli Jaffe
Clark Brandon ................. Skip Keller
*
(end cast credits - not verified)
Joyce Greenwood ............... Mrs. Keller
A.J. Blake .................... Sunny
A teenage boy is the only person who can convince amnesiac Diana that she is really Wonder Woman in time to
catch an alien outlaw who can duplicate anyone.

3.22 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: THE MAN WHO COULD NOT DIE
28-Aug-1979 CBS Tue
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by John Newland
Guest Stars:
John Durren ................... Dale Hawthorne
Robert Sampson ................ Dr. Martin Akers
Bob Seagren ................... Bryce Kandel/Bret Cassidy
John Aprea .................... Dupris
Hal Frederick ................. Professor
Brian Davies .................. Joseph Reichman
Special Guest Star:
James Bond III ................ T. Burton Phipps III
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sherry Miles .................. Admissions clerk
Douglas Broyles ............... Mover
Diana is transferred to Los Angeles where she becomes involved with a man
who has been made invincible and wants it reversed.

 3.23 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: PHANTOM OF THE ROLLER COASTER, Part One
4-Sep-1979 CBS Tue
Written by: Anne Collins
Directed by: John Newland
Guest Stars:
Jared Martin .................. Leon/David Gurney
Marc Alaimo ................... Pierce
Ike Eisenmann ................. Randy
Fred Lerner ................... Kirk
Craig Littler ................. Thorpe
Special Guest Star:
Joseph Sirola ................. Harrison Fynch
*
Co-Starring: (end credits - pt. I)
Jocelyn Summers ............... Ms. Patrick
Jessica Rains ................. Secretary
Mike Kopcha ................... Sergeant
Judith Christoper ............. Receptionist
The leader of a foreign spy ring--hoping to set up a major surveilance operation in Washington D.C.--tries to force
the owner of an amusement park to sell out by creating "accidents" and taking advantage of the existence of a gruesome
"phantom" that haunts the park.
 
3.24 [--] The New Adventures of Wonder Woman: PHANTOM OF THE ROLLER COASTER, Part Two (final episode)
11-Sep-1979 CBS Tue
Written by Anne Collins
Directed by John Newland
Guest Stars:
Jared Martin .................. Leon/David Gurney
Marc Alaimo ................... Pierce
Ike Eisenmann ................. Randy
Fred Lerner ................... Kirk
Special Guest Star:
Joseph Sirola ................. Harrison Fynch
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jocelyn Summers ............... Ms. Patrick
Jessica Rains ................. Secretary
Mike Kopcha ................... Sergeant
Wonder Woman and the disabled veteran who lives under the amusement park must thwart the leader of a foreign spy
ring and his attempts to sabotage the park.

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