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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Wonder Woman' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Wonder Woman':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





November 7, 1975: The New Original Wonder Woman
Season 0, episode 1
W: Stanley Ralph Ross   D: Leonard Horn

With Lynda Carter (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman), Lyle Waggoner (Major Steve Trevor), John Randolph (Gen. Blankenship), Red Buttons (Ashley Norman), Stella Stevens (Marcia), Eric Braeden (Capt. Drangel), Severn Darden (Bad Guy), Kenneth Mars (Col. Von Blasko), Cloris Leachman (Queen Hippolyta), Fannie Flagg (Amazon Doctor), Henry Gibson (Nikolas).
The beautiful heroine of the popular 1940s comic books, endowed with unique powers of wisdom and strength, performs incredible feats of skill and daring to save the life of a U.S. Army Air Corps officer. Pilot movie for the series.





April 21, 1976: Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther
Season 1, episode 1
W: Margaret Armen   D: Barry Crane

With Christine Belford (Paula Von Gunther), Ed Gilbert (Warden), Ed Griffith (Hanson), Christian Juttner (Tommy), Bradford Dillman (Arthur Deal III), John Brandon (Sergeant Stratski).
Wonder Woman employs her powers to save Major Steve Trevor from a Nazi spy ring.

April 28, 1976: Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman
Season 1, episode 2
W: David Ketchum, Bruce Shelly   D: Barry Crane

With Bo Brundin (Colonel Kesselmann), Colby Chester (Horst), Jeff Cooper (Major Scott), Keene Curtis (Mueller), Bill Fletcher, Lynda Day George (Fausta Grabels), Christopher George (Rojak).
Germany sends her strongest woman and Olympic champion to Washington D.C. to defeat and bring to Germany America's own Wonder Woman.

October 13, 1976: Beauty On Parade
Season 1, episode 3
W: Ron Friedman   D: Richard Kinon

With Anne Francis (Lola Flynn), Dick Van Patten (Jack Woods), William Lanteau (Colonel Flint), Bobby Van (Monty Burns), Jennifer Shaw (Susan), Lindsay Bloom (Tina), Christa Helm (Rita), Paulette Breen (Mitzie), Linda Carpenter (Betsy), Anne-Marie Martin (June), April Tatro (Betty Lou), Derna Wylde (Rosalie), Wayne Grace (Captain), John David Yarborough (Lieutenant).
Wonder Woman infiltrates a beauty pageant to investigate a secret project and unmask a sabotage operation.

November 6, 1976: The Feminum Mystique (1)
Season 1, episode 4
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Herb Wallerstein

With John Saxon (Horst Radl), Carolyn Jones (Queen), Charles Frank (Peter Knight), Paul Shenar (Wertz), Kurt Kreuger (Hemmschler), Debra Winger (Drusilla/Wonder Girl), Curt Lowens (General Ulrich), Erica Hagen (Dalma), Pamela Susan Shoop (Magda), Kurt Grayson (Harris), Jay Fenichel (Tommy), Brad Rearden (Joey).
Wonder Girl, Wonder Woman's teenage sister, confuses enemy agents attempting to steal a plane.

November 8, 1976: The Feminum Mystique (2)
Season 1, episode 5
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Herb Wallerstein

With John Saxon (Horst Radl), Carolyn Jones (Queen), Charles Frank (Peter Knight), Paul Shenar (Wertz), Debra Winger (Drusilla/Wonder Girl), Erica Hagen (Dalma), Pamela Susan Shoop (Magda), Rayford Barnes (Lt. Weil), Kurt Grayson (Harris), Jay Fenichel (Tommy), Newell Alexander (Destroyer Commander).
Wonder Woman returns to Paradise Island to warn her mother, the queen, that the Nazis are planning to attack their land of Amazon women.

December 18, 1976: Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua!
Season 1, episode 6
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Robert Loggia (Hans Eichler), Gretchen Corbett (Erica Belgard), John Hillerman (Conrad Steigler), Tom Reese (Carl), Herb Voland (Dr. Osmond), Jim Driskill (Sergeant Henderson), Curtis Credel (Corporal Rogers), Mickey Morton (Gargantua).
A giant gorilla is condiitoned by a brilliant Nazi animal behavioral scientist to capture Wonder Woman.

December 25, 1976: The Pluto File
Season 1, episode 7
W: Herbert Bermann   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Robert Reed (The Falcon), Hayden Rorke (Professor Warren), Albert Stratton (Charles Benson), 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 (Camilla Moret).
A notorious international agent steals an earthquake-creating formula with which he plans to destroy Washington, D.C.

January 8, 1977: Last Of The Two Dollar Bills
Season 1, episode 8
W: Paul Dubov, Gwen Bagni   D: Stuart Margolin

With James Olson (Wotan), Barbara Anderson (Maggie Rollins), David Cryer (Hank), John Howard (Dr. Diedrich), Richard O'Brien (Frank Wilson), Dean Harens (Secret Service Man), Victor Argo (Jason), Don Eitner (Dentist), Michael Dan Wagner (S.S. Colonel).
Wonder Woman tries to thwart an enemy agent's scheme to steal engraving plates to print bogus U.S. bills.

January 15, 1977: Judgment From Outer Space (1)
Season 1, episode 9
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Alan Crosland

With Tim O'Connor (Andros), Kurt Kasznar (S.S. General Von Dreiberg), Janet MacLachlan (Sakri), Scott Hylands (Paul Bjornsen), Arch Johnson (General Kane), Vic Perrin (Gorel), Patrick Skelton (Gormsby), Fil Formicola (Sergeant).
Wonder Woman befriends Andros, sent to earth by a council of planets alarmed that humans may become a threat to more civilized planets.

January 17, 1977: Judgment From Outer Space (2)
Season 1, episode 10
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Alan Crosland

With Tim O'Connor (Andros), Kurt Kasznar (S.S. General Von Dreiberg), Janet MacLachlan (Sakri), Christopher Cary (Mallory), Scott Hylands (Paul Bjornsen), Vic Perrin (Gorel), Hank Brandt (Graebner), Christiane Schmidtmer (Lisa Engel), George Cooper (Gen. Clewes).
Wonder Woman follows Steve Trevor on a dangerous mission to Nazi Germany where Andros, an emissary from a council of planets, is a prisoner.

January 22, 1977: Formula 407
Season 1, episode 11
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Nehemiah Persoff (Professor Moreno), Marisa Pavan (Maria), John Devlin (Major Keller), Peter MacLean (Schmidt), Charles Macaulay (Ambassador McCauley), Maria Grimm (Lydia Moreno), Armando Silvestre (Antonio Cruz), Curt Lowens (S.S. General), Gary Cashdollar (Otto Dietrich).
Enemy agents await Steve Trevor and yeoman Diana Prince, Wonder Woman's alter ego, when they arrive in Buenos Aires to pick up a secret formula critical to the war effort.

January 29, 1977: The Bushwackers
Season 1, episode 12
W: Skip Webster   D: Stuart Margolin

With Roy Rogers (J.P. Hadley), Henry Darrow (Walter Lampkin), Lance Kerwin (Jeff Hadley), Anthony George (Emmett Dawson), David Clarke (Sheriff Bodie), Kristoff St. John (Linc), Christelle Gaspart (Babette), Justin Randi (Freddie), David Yanez (Charlie), Carey Wong (Sen), Rita Gomez (Maria), Murray MacLeod (The Man).
Rustlers strike a ranch supplying beef to the armed forces, and Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor go to Texas to investigate.

February 16, 1977: Wonder Woman In Hollywood
Season 1, episode 13
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Bruce Bilson

With Harris Yulin (Mark Bremer), Robert Hays (Corporal Ames), Christopher Norris (Gloria), Charles Cyphers (Kurt), Alan Bergmann (Director), Carolyn Jones (Queen), Debra Winger (Drusilla/Wonder Girl), Ross Bickell (Lt. Rand), David Himes (Sgt. Willard), Barry Van Dyke (Freddy), Danil Torppe (George), Eric Boles (Roger), Alex Rodine (Destroyer Captain).
Enemy agents are waiting when Steve Trevor, with Diana Prince, arrives in Hollywood to star in a movie about war heroes.





September 16, 1977: The Return of Wonder Woman
Season 2, episode 1
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Alan Crosland

With Fritz Weaver (Dr. Solano), Bettye Ackerman (Asclepia), Jessica Walter (Gloria), Beatrice Straight (Queen), David Knapp (Major Gaines), Carlos Romero (Colonel Acevo), Dorrie Thomson (Evadne), Johana De Winter (Dr. Ross), George Ives (Samuels), Frank Killmond (Logan), Russ Marin (Kleist), William Tregoe (Kalten), Raye Sheffield (Dr. Andrea).
Season premiere. When an international terrorist and his aide threaten to reveal the existence of Paradise Island by using today's sophisticated equipment, Wonder Woman convinces her mother she must again become Diana Prince and join the fight for freedom.

September 23, 1977: Anschluss '77
Season 2, episode 2
W: Dallas L. Barnes   D: Alan Crosland

With Mel Ferrer (Fritz Gerlich), Leon Charles (Von Klemper), Barry Dennen (Hitler), Kurt Kreuger (Koenig), Julio Medina (Gaitan), Tom Ormeny (Rogel), Peter Nyberg (Strasser).
Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are assigned to investigate a reunion of expatriate Nazis on a small tropical island in South America.

September 30, 1977: The Man Who Could Move The World
Season 2, episode 3
W: Judy Burns   D: Bob Kelljan

With Yuki Shimoda (Ishida), Lew Ayres (Dr. Theodore Wilson), James Hong (Oshima), Alan McRae (Security Officer), J. Kenneth Campbell (Taft), Arthur Song (Masaaki).
A Japanese man with telekinetic powers, the ability to move objects with his mind, kidnaps a prominent scientist to take the revenge on Wonder Woman he has planned for 35 years.

October 7, 1977: The Bermuda Triangle Crisis
Season 2, episode 4
W: Calvin Clements Jr.   D: Seymour Robbie

With Charles Cioffi (Manta), Beatrice Straight (Queen), Herman Poppe (Sergeant), Barry Hamilton (Radarman), Larry Golden (Lt. Mansfield).
Diana must stop the possible sabotage of a nuclear test station in the Bermuda Triangle that is perilously close to Paradise Island.

October 14, 1977: Knockout
Season 2, episode 5
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Seymour Robbie

With Jayne Kennedy (Carolyn), Burr DeBenning (Tom Baker), Arch Johnson (John Kelly), Frank Marth (Tall Man), Ted Shackelford (Pete), Abraham Alvarez (Officer Fernandez), Alex Colon (Angel Velasquez), Frank Parker (Lane Curran), K.C. Martel (Ted).
Wonder Woman must use all her powers to stop a terrorist group from kidnapping Steve and other government officials.

October 21, 1977: The Pied Piper
Season 2, episode 6
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco, Brian McKay   D: Alan Crosland

With Martin Mull (Hamlin Rule), Denny Miller (Carl Schwartz), Bob Hastings (Gatekeeper), George Cooper (Amos Hoffman), Melvin F. Allen (Lt.. McMasters), Eve Plumb (Elena Atkinson).
Wonder Woman struggles against the powers of a popular rock musician who uses special frequency music to hypnotize young women fans into stealing for him.

October 28, 1977: The Queen And The Thief
Season 2, episode 7
W: Bruce Shelly   D: Jack Arnold

With Juliet Mills (Queen Kathryn), David Hedison (Evan Robley), John Colicos (Ambassador Orrick).
Wonder Woman and Steve thwart an international thief and master of disguise, who has made a visiting queen and her jewels his next target.

November 11, 1977: I Do, I Do
Season 2, episode 8
W: Richard Carr   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Celeste Holm (Dolly Tucker), Simon Scott (Sam Tucker), John Getz (Christian Harrison), Henry Darrow (David Allen), Kent Smith (Chief Justice Brown), Brian Avery (Denny Lake), Thomas Babson (Smitty), Steve Eastin (Johnny).
Diana Prince is married to a Presidential aide in an effort to find and seal off the leaking of confidential information to foreign oficials.

November 18, 1977: The Man Who Made Volcanoes
Season 2, episode 9
W: Brian McKay, Dan Ullman   D: Alan Crosland

With Roger Davis (Jack Corbin), Irene Tsu (Mei Ling), Richard Narita (Lin Wan), Roddy McDowall (Professor Chapman), Milt Kogan (Kalanin), Ray Young (Tobirov), Philip Ahn (Colonel Minh), James R. Parkes (Dave Pruett).
Wonder Woman must somehow stop a deranged scientist from ravaging Earth with artificially-induced volcanic eruptions.

December 2, 1977: Mind Stealers From Outer Space (1)
Season 2, episode 10
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Michael Caffey

With Dack Rambo (Andros), Kristin Larkin (Debbie), Vincent Van Patten (Johnny), Earl Boen (Chaka), Barry Cahill (General Miller), Del Hinkley (George Hess), Barbara O. Jones (Sell), Allan Migicovsky (Dr. Rand), Anne Ramsey (Connie), Linda Ryan (Ruth Blaine), Sol Weiner (Captain Parelli), Gary Bisig (Rossman), Lana Marie Henricks (Karen), Lori Ann Henricks (Kim).
Wonder Woman joins forces with Andros, an emissary from the interplanetary council, to crush fugitive outlaws from space before they can lay waste to Earth.

December 9, 1977: Mind Stealers From Outer Space (2)
Season 2, episode 11
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Alan Crosland

With Dack Rambo (Andros), Pamela Mason (Carla Burgess), Vincent Van Patten (Johnny), Earl Boen (Chaka), Barbara O. Jones (Sell), Allan Migicovsky (Dr. Rand), Curt Lowens (Nordling), Regis Cordic (Professor Eidleman), Lana Marie Henricks (Karen), Lori Ann Henricks (Kim), Eric Mason (Senator Wainright), Kristin Larkin (Debbie).
Wonder Woman and Andros must stop the Skrill before they ravage Earth or the Interplanetary Council will destroy the Skrill -- and Earth.

December 30, 1977: The Deadly Toys
Season 2, episode 12
W: Anne Collins   D: Dick Moder

With Frank Gorshin (Hoffman), James A. Watson Jr. (Dr. Prescott), John Rubinstein (Major Dexter), Donald Bishop (Dr. Tobias), Ross Elliott (Dr. Lazaar), Mike Kulik (Intruder), Randy Phillips (Doctor).
The remote-controlled playthings and amazingly humanistic androids of a devious toymaker abscond with the ultra-secret plans of the XYZ weapon.

January 6, 1978: Light-Fingered Lady
Season 2, episode 13
W: Bruce Shelly   D: Alan Crosland

With Saundra Sharp (Eve), Christopher Stone (Ryan), Joseph R. Sicari (Leech), Bubba Smith (Rojak), Gary Crosby (Grease), Titos Vandis (Sutton), Greg Morris (Caribe), Larry Ward (Adler), Judyann Elder (Marge), Ric DiAngelo (Ross).
Wonder Woman adopts a double disguise to foil arch-criminal Anton Caribe, who has masterminded a $50 million heist.

January 20, 1978: Screaming Javelin
Season 2, episode 14
W: Brian McKay   D: Michael Caffey

With Henry Gibson (Mariposa), Robert Sampson (Bo Taggart), Melanie Chartoff (Nadia), Rick Springfield (Tom), E.J. Peaker (Lois), Vaughn Armstrong (Eric), Roger Callard (Bill).
A would-be Napoleon kidnaps a number of world-class athletes to achieve legitimate standing at the Olympic games for his imaginary country.

February 3, 1978: Diana's Disappearing Act
Season 2, episode 15
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Michael Caffey

With Saundra Sharp (Eve), Dick Gautier (Cagliostro), Ed Begley Jr. (Harold), J.A. Preston (Jazreel), Allen Williams (Hutchins), Brenda Benet (Morgana), George Skaff (Shopkeeper), Maurice Sherbanee (Ambassador).
Wonder Woman saves the world from an oil crisis when she exposes a magician's method of changing lead into gold.

February 10, 1978: Death In Disguise
Season 2, episode 16
W: Tom Sawyer   D: Alan Crosland

With Saundra Sharp (Eve), Joel Fabiani (Nightingale), Jennifer Darling (Violet Louise Tree), Lee Bergere (Marius), Charles Pierce (Starker/Finley), George Chakiris (Carlo Indrezzano), Arthur Batanides (Krug), Christopher Cary (Beamer), Carol Worthington (Major Finley), Katharine Charles (Corporal), Jack Kissell (Plotkin).
A master at disguise attempts to get all the information on a wealthy industrialist that IRAC has.

February 17, 1978: I.R.A.C. Is Missing
Season 2, episode 17
W: Anne Collins   D: Alexander Singer

With Ross Martin (Bernard Havitol), Lee Paul (Dirk), W.T. Zacha (Dick), Tina Lenert (Cori), Jim Veres (Sgt. Dobson), Colin Hamilton (Director).
Wonder Woman is pitted against a computer genius who steals the electronic memories and programs of the world's largest computers, including the I.A.D.C.'s own talkative super-brain, as part of his master plan to take control of the world.

March 3, 1978: Flight To Oblivion
Season 2, episode 18
W: Patrick Mathews   D: Alan Crosland

With Michael Shannon (Lt. Stonehouse), Corinne Camacho (Capt. Anne Colby), Alan Fudge (Major Cornell), Mitch Vogel (Mitch), John Van Dreelen (Dante), Walt Davis (Lieutenant).
A former high level NATO officer turns his awesome power of hypnosis to a campaign of sabotage.

March 10, 1978: Seance Of Terror
Season 2, episode 19
W: Bruce Shelly   D: Dick Moder

With Rick Jason (Koslo), Kres Mersky (Theodora), Todd Lookinland (Matthew), John Fujioka (Yamura), Hanna Hertelendy (Miss Kell), Adam Ageli (Bakru), John Birk (Eric), Christine Avila (Mrs. Bakru), Jan Ivan Dorin (Dekker), Tad Horino (Yamura Sr.).
International peace talks are jeopardized when a young clairvoyant begins manipulating the minds of several high-ranking diplomats by using psychic photos of their deceased loved ones.

March 31, 1978: The Man Who Wouldn't Tell
Season 2, episode 20
W: Anne Collins   D: Alan Crosland

With Jane Actman (Meg), Philip Michael Thomas (Furst), Michael Cole (Ted), Millie Slavin (B.W.), Gary Burghoff (Alan), Tony Brubaker (Tom).
A college student, moonlighting as a janitor, accidentally finds the key ingredient in the top-secret formula for a dangerous new explosive, then has to run for his life from industrial spies.

April 7, 1978: The Girl From Islandia
Season 2, episode 21
W: Anne Collins   D: Dick Moder

With Harry Guardino (Simon Penrose), Julie Anne Haddock (Tina), Buck Young (Doctor), Pamela Toll (Nurse), Fred Lerner (Davis), Chuck Hicks (Thomson), Mike Kopcha (First Mate), Todd Hoffman (Bully), Allan Arbus (Bleaker).
A mysterious young girl with strange powers, found adrift on a raft in the ocean, has investigators baffled.

April 21, 1978: The Murderous Missile
Season 2, episode 22
W: Dick Nelson   D: Dick Moder

With James Luisi (George), Mark Withers (Luther), Warren Stevens (Beal), Steve Inwood (Mac), Lucille Benson (Flo), Hal England (Hal Shaver), Sam Edwards (Ernie), Neil Elliot (William Ryan).
IADC agent Diana Prince, en route to a desert launch site for a missile test, finds herself sidetracked in an almost-ghost town that, oddly, she seems unable to leave.





September 22, 1978: My Teenage Idol Is Missing
Season 3, episode 1
W: Anne Collins   D: Seymour Robbie

With David Ellis (Ludwig), Herman Poppe (Body Guard), Leif Garrett (Lane / Michael), Albert Paulsen (Crichton), Dawn Lyn (Whitney), Michael Baseleon (Morley), obert Patten (Benjamin Springfield), Michael Lerner (Ashton Ripley), Suzanne Crough (Girl #2), Abbie Wolfson (Girl #1), David Ellis (Ludwig), Tony Brubaker (Sampson), Michele Laurita (Girl #3).
Season premiere. On the eve of a huge arena concert date, a kidnapper nabs a teenage singing star and demands $2 million ransom.

September 29, 1978: Hot Wheels
Season 3, episode 2
W: Dennis Landa   D: Dick Moder

With Lance LeGault (Otis Fiskle), Peter Brown (Tim Bolt), John Lawrence (Foreman), Marc Ross (Slim), Fuddle Bagley (Shadow), Don Mitchell (Dr. Samson), John Durren (Alfie).
Diana helps find a stolen antique Rolls Royce with top secret microfilm hidden inside.

October 6, 1978: The Deadly Sting
Season 3, episode 3
W: Dick Nelson   D: Alan Crosland

With Ron Ely (Bill Michaels), Scott Marlowe (Angie), Danny Dayton (Louis The Lithuanian), Marvin Miller (Beamer), Harvey Jason (Professor Brubaker), Roman Gabriel (Football Player #1), Deacon Jones (Football Player #2), Laurence McCutcheon (Football Player #3), Eddie Bell (Football Player #4), Gil Stratton (Broadcaster), Bob Minor (Nick), Craig T. Nelson (Sam), Bobbie Bartosh (Gilda), Luise Heath (Phyllis).
Wonder Woman tries to prove that college football players are being subconsciously manipulated to throw important games.

October 13, 1978: The Fine Art Of Crime
Season 3, episode 4
W: Anne Collins   D: Dick Moder

With Ed Begley Jr. (Harold Farnum), Joe E. Tata (Joe), Michael McGuire (Moreaux), Roddy McDowall (Henry Roberts), Patti MacLeod (Mrs. Ellsworth), Gavin MacLeod (Mr. Ellsworth).
Wonder Woman, a classic beauty, is in danger of being transmuted into a classic work of art as she seeks to break up a ring of art thieves.

October 20, 1978: Disco Devil
Season 3, episode 5
W: Alan Brennert   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Paul Sand (Del Franklin), Ellen Weston (Angelique), Kerry Sherman (Kathy Munro), Victor Mohica (Lance), Robert F. Hoy (Norman), Michael DeLano (Nick Moreno), Russell Johnson (Colonel), Wolfman Jack (Infra Red), Robert Dunlap (Andrew Borden), Dennis J. Stewart (Kerwin).
A "psychic vampire", who takes secrets from the minds of nuclear engineers, threatens the nation's security.

November 3, 1978: Formicida
Season 3, episode 6
W: Katharyn Powers   D: Alan Crosland

With Robert Alda (Harcourt), Robert Shields (Doug), Lorene Yarnell (Formicida), Stan Haze (Cawley), Ben Young (Chemist), Carol Carrington (Receptionist), Jim Nolan (Watchman), Frank Farmer (Foreman), Neil Elliot (Male Secretary).
A scientist uses her strange power to control insects to prevent the manufacture and distribution of a deadly pesticide.

November 10, 1978: Time Bomb
Season 3, episode 7
W: David Wise, Kathleen Barnes   D: Seymour Robbie

With Joan Van Ark (Cassandra), Allan Miller (Reynolds), Ted Shackelford (Adam), Ivan Naranjo (Foreman), Fredd Wayne (J.J. MacConnell), Ted Hamaguchi (Ellis), Ernie Orsatti (Reves).
A fiendish scientist from the year 2155 travels to 1978 with the aim of mining a potent radioactive substance.

November 24, 1978: Skateboard Wiz
Season 3, episode 8
W: Alan Brennert   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Eric Braeden (Donalsen), Grace Gaynor (Leslie), Ron Masak (Duane), Art Metrano (Friedman), James Ray (John Key), John Reilly (Skye), Neil Flanagan (Ketchum), Peter Wise (Kevin), Abraham Alvarez (Lieutenant), David Cadiente (Chuck), Cindy Eilbacher (Jamie).
Diana Prince's god-daughter is used in a plot to turn Santa Corona into a haven for illegal gamblers.

December 1, 1978: The Deadly Dolphin
Season 3, episode 9
W: Jackson Gillis   D: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

With Nicolas Coster (Silas Lockhart), Britt Leach (Billy), Albert Popwell (Gaffer), Michael Stroka (Henry), Brian Tochi (Darrell), Penelope Windust (Dr. Stubbs), Macon McCalman (Goodspeed), Colin Hamilton (Admiral), Gregory Chase (Captain), Paul Tuerpe (CPO).
Wonder Woman learns that a trained dolphin has been strapped with explosives and sent to sink an oil tanker.

December 15, 1978: Stolen Faces
Season 3, episode 10
W: Richard Carr, Anne Collins   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Joseph Maher (Edgar Percy), Kenneth Tigar (John Austin), John O'Connell (Todd Daniels), Bob Seagren (Roman), Diane Lander (Nancy), Murray MacLeod (Doctor), Al White (Sergeant Cline), Catherine Campbell (Leslie), Daryle Ann Lindley (Nurse).
Diana Prince's investigation of a Wonder Woman impostor leads her into the world of high fashion.

December 22, 1978: Pot Of Gold
Season 3, episode 11
W: Michael McGreevey   D: Gordon Hessler

With Dick O'Neill (Pat), Brian Davies (Thackery), Steve-Allie Collura (Bonelli), Arthur Batanides (Maxwell), Sherrie Wills (Lisa), Jeanne Bates (Mrs. Walls), Jaime Tirelli (Gino).
Wonder Woman helps a magical little man from Ireland recover his pot o' gold from a gang of robbers.

December 29, 1978: Gault's Brain
Season 3, episode 12
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Gordon Hessler

With Floyd Levine (Stryker), Cathie Shirriff (Tara Landon), Erik Stern (Turk), Peter Mark Richman (Dr. Crippin), John Carradine (Gault), David Mason Daniels (Morton Danzig), Ari Sorko-Ram (Berger).
After a billionaire's still-functioning brain is removed upon his death according to the provisions of a secret will, the mass of tissue begins a gruesome search for a perfect body.

January 12, 1979: Going, Going, Gone
Season 3, episode 13
W: Anne Collins, Patrick Mathews   D: Alan Crosland

With Bo Brundin (Zukov), Charlie Brill (Mr. Smith), Kaz Garas (Lucas), Milton Selzer (Captain Louie), Marc Lawrence (Mr. Jones), Mako (Mr. Brown), Hari Rhodes (Como).
Diana Prince goes undercover to bid on a black-market nuclear warhead auctioned off by a turncoat American scientist.

January 26, 1979: Spaced Out
Season 3, episode 14
W: Bill Taylor   D: Ivan Dixon

With Rene Auberjonois (Kimball), Steven Anderson (Sylvester), George Kee Cheung (Mr. Munn), Candy Brown Houston (Janet), Paul L. Smith (Simon Rohan), Peter Marc Jacobson (Brad), Ken Wilson (Black Avenger).
Wonder Woman searches for an ultra-secret laser crystal stolen by one of the costumed members of a science fiction convention.

February 2, 1979: The Starships Are Coming
Season 3, episode 15
W: Glen Olson, Rod Baker, Anne Collins   D: Alan Crosland

With Tim O'Connor (Colonel Elliot), Jeffrey Byron (Henry Wilson), James Coleman (Aide), David White (General), Andrew Duggan (Mason Steele), Lilibet Stern (Mary Lou), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Bobbie), Doris Dowling (Mrs. Wilson), Jack Kissell (Alien), Ben Chandler (General).
A gullible Air Force officer receives orders from strange beings to launch a salvo of nuclear missiles.

February 16, 1979: Amazon Hot Wax
Season 3, episode 16
W: Alan Brennert   D: Ray Austin

With Curtis Credel (Eric), Robert F. Hoy (Marty), Sarah Purcell (Barbi), Judge Reinhold (Jeff), Martin Speer (Billy Dero), Rick Springfield (Anton), Danil Torppe (Jerry), Michael Botts (Kim), Katherine Woodville (Kobler).
Diana Prince poses as a pop singer to expose an extortion scheme in the recording industry.

February 19, 1979: The Richest Man In The World
Season 3, episode 17
W: Jackson Gillis, Anne Collins   D: Don McDougall

With Jeremy Slate (Marshall Henshaw), Roger Perry (Dunfield), Carmen Zapata (Prime Minister), Barry Miller (Barney), Marlyn Mason (Lucy), Joe Warfield (IADC Officer).
A wealthy recluse who holds the key to the world's security is kidnapped.

March 10, 1979: A Date With Doomsday
Season 3, episode 18
W: Roland Starke, Dennis Landa   D: Curtis Harrington

With Donnelly Rhodes (Ward Selkirk), Carol Vogel (Dede), Taaffe O'Connell (Val), John O'Leary (Dr. Roberts), Bob Hastings (George), Arthur Malet (Professor Zander), Hermione Baddeley (Mrs. Thrip), Michael Hoit (Blake), Pat Cranshaw (Codger), Colette Bertrand (Claudine).
A woman is an unwary client of a dating agency which is a front for spies.

March 17, 1979: The Girl With A Gift For Disaster
Season 3, episode 19
W: Alan Brennert   D: Alan Crosland

With Jane Actman (Bonnie), Ina Balin (Dr. Koren), Dick Butkus (Neil), Charles Haid (Bob Baker), Raymond St. Jacques (Mayfield), James Sloyan (Mark Reuben), Renee Brown (Joan).
A young woman with the power to cause machine failures unwittingly becomes the accomplice of a gang of robbers.

May 28, 1979: The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (1)
Season 3, episode 20
W: Anne Collins   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Michael Shannon (Cameron), John Milford (Mr. Keller), Tegan West (Pete Pearson), Lenora May (Melanie), Bert Remsen (Dr. Jaffe), Clark Brandon (Skip), Joyce Greenwood (Mrs. Keller), A.J. Blake (Sunny).
Diana Prince's true identity as Wonder Woman is inadvertently exposed to a young man who is helping her investigate extraterrestrial "mind snatchers".

May 29, 1979: The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (2)
Season 3, episode 21
W: Anne Collins   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Michael Shannon (Cameron), John Milford (Mr. Keller), Tegan West (Pete Pearson), Lenora May (Melanie), Bert Remsen (Dr. Jaffe), Clark Brandon (Skip), Joyce Greenwood (Mrs. Keller), A.J. Blake (Sunny), Tim Rossovich (Beast Man).
While investigating a meteor shower, Diana's transformation into Wonder Woman is witnessed by a young man, which could rob her of her powers.

August 28, 1979: The Man Who Could Not Die
Season 3, episode 22
W: Anne Collins   D: John Newland

With John Durren (Dale Hawthorn), Robert Sampson (Dr. Akers), Bob Seagren (Bret Cassiday), John Aprea (Dupris), Hal Frederick (Professor), Brian Davies (Joseph Reichman), James Bond III (T. Burton Phipps III).
Wonder Woman faces a superhuman fellow who can match her, wonder for wonder.

September 4, 1979: Phantom Of The Roller Coaster (1)
Season 3, episode 23
W: Anne Collins   D: John Newland

With Jared Martin (David / Leon Gurney), Marc Alaimo (Pierce), Ike Eisenmann (Randy), Fred Lerner (Kirk), Craig Littler (Thorpe), Joseph Sirola (Harrison Fynch), Jocelyn Sommers (Miss Patrick).
The head of an international spy ring tries to take over a huge amusement park to use as a base of operations.

September 11, 1979: Phantom Of The Roller Coaster (2)
Season 3, episode 24
W: Anne Collins   D: John Newland

With Jared Martin (David / Leon Gurney), Marc Alaimo (Pierce), Ike Eisenmann (Randy), Fred Lerner (Kirk), Joseph Sirola (Harrison Fynch), Jocelyn Sommers (Miss Patrick).
While trying to apprehend the leader of an international spy ring, Wonder Woman gets unexpected help from a disfigured creature. (Last show of the series.)


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