Wonder Woman

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All 14 Original Episodes Fully Remastered! Based on Charles Moulton's comic book character known to millions of fans throughout the world, comes the strong and sexy goddess--Wonder Woman.
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Lynda CarterLyle Waggoner
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Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. The New, Original Wonder Woman
    November 6 1975
    1 h 13 min
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    English [CC]
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    Based on the classic comic book character created by Charles Moulton about an Amazon princess who travels to America to fight crime and injustice with her superhuman powers.
  2. 2. Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther
    April 20 1976
    50min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    An American war hero is implicated in a Nazi spy ring in a confession given by a German spy in prison.
  3. 3. Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman
    April 27 1976
    50min
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    English [CC]
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    Wonder Woman must use all her cunning and prowess when confronted by her evil Nazi counterpart.
  4. 4. Beauty on Parade
    October 12 1976
    50min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Wonder Woman infiltrates a dangerous sabotage ring that operates under the cover of a government-sanctioned beauty contest. Dick Van Patten guest stars.
  5. 5. The Feminum Mystique, Part 1
    November 5 1976
    49min
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    Wonder Woman tries to rescue Wonder Girl after she is kidnapped by the Nazis who want to learn the secrets of their bracelets and jet. Part one of a two-part episode.
  6. 6. The Feminum Mystique, Part 2
    November 7 1976
    50min
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    Wonder Woman tries to rescue Wonder Girl after she is kidnapped by the Nazis who want to learn the secrets of their bracelets and jet. Part two of a two-part episode.
  7. 7. Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua
    December 17 1976
    50min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Wonder Woman battles a seven-foot-tall, 500-pound gorilla. Robert Loggia Guest stars.
  8. 8. The Pluto File
    December 24 1976
    50min
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    Wonder Woman races against time to capture an enemy agent infected with the dreaded Bubonic Plague and armed with a secret formula that could destroy the United States.
  9. 9. The Last of the Two Dollar Bills
    January 7 1977
    50min
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    When the economy of America is jeopardized by a treacherous Nazi scheme, Wonder Woman rushes to the rescue.
  10. 10. Judgement from Outer Space, Part 1
    January 14 1977
    49min
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    Wonder Woman must rescue an alien ambassador, who came Earth to pass judgment on mankind and have the planet destroyed, from the Nazis. Part one of a two-part episode.
  11. 11. Judgement from Outer Space, Part 2
    January 16 1977
    50min
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    Wonder Woman realizes that the fate of the world rests on her ability to prove the worth of mankind by saving a space alien.
  12. 12. Formula No. 407
    January 21 1977
    50min
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    Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor travel to Argentina to beat a pair of enemy agents to a secret formula that can make rubber as tough as steel.
  13. 13. The Bushwhackers
    January 28 1977
    50min
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    English
    Wonder Woman goes to Texas where she is confronted by a dangerous ring of pistol-packing rustlers.
  14. 14. Wonder Woman in Hollywood
    February 15 1977
    50min
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    Wonder Woman arrives in Hollywood and discovers some behind the scenes action that's not in the script. Debra Winger Guest stars.

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Scott FulmarReviewed in the United States on May 3, 2017
1.0 out of 5 stars
Streaming version is cropped at top and bottom
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I'm probably the only person who cares about this (for a show like Wonder Woman, at least), but just in case there's someone else out there interested in purchasing this series who cares about aspect ratios:

The original series was filmed and broadcast in the 1.33 aspect ratio, like all 20th century television series were. On a modern widescreen television, anything filmed in this ratio will display in the center of the screen with large black bars/columns at the right and left sides of the image (or you'll get a distorted image that's been stretched horizontally to fill the entire screen, if your TV is set that way).

The DVD sets of this series are presented in the proper 1.33 aspect ratio. But Amazon's streaming version actually crops off a large portion of both the top and bottom of the original image in order to fill the available space on a modern television. In effect, what you get is a "zoomed in" portion of the original image, resulting in the loss of something like 25% at the top and bottom (I haven't done the math because I suck at it, so this is a rough estimate).

I purchased the streaming versions of all three seasons earlier today, but when I started up the first episode of season one and realized right away that the image was butchered, I immediately went looking for a refund. I was able to get a refund for seasons two and three because I hadn't played any of those episodes yet, but I was unable to get a refund for season one because I had played one lousy minute of one episode. Which was the only way I could have even known there was a reason to seek a refund, since there's no mention on Amazon's store page that the streaming version is not in the original aspect ratio.

Once I realized I was stuck with season one, I jumped ahead to several other random episodes to see if they were all butchered in the same way. They are. So if you want to see all of the original image, stay away from Amazon's streaming version.
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SteveReviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Comic to TV transfer
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Though I liked the movie with Gal Gadot, I still think Lynda Carter is the ultimate Wonder Woman. I did not care for the storylines when Diana Prince is a spy (or whatever the late 70s early 80s genre called these types of shows - you know MacGyver, Knight Rider, etc) and becomes Wonder Woman to help her spy work. The first season was WW2 and Wonder Woman was a superhero. So I decided to just get the first season. It's been years since I've seen them, but they are fun to watch. Quality of episodes can't match the special effects of today and some stories are pushing the Steve Trevor is Lois Lane always getting into trouble backstory. It is very 70s sexist, but at least taking place during WW2, it was probably very sexist then as well anyway. If you don't take it too seriously and treat it for what it was, a TV show representing a comic book. You'll love it.
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A.C.Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2018
3.0 out of 5 stars
TV show is awesome. Disc packing is awful and all wrong.
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First, I love the show itself. No it isn't what the modern films with what modern CG and Gal Gadot can bring, but I grew up on shows like these and enjoy them. Linda Carter will always be the true Wonder Woman to me. The commentary with Linda Carter on the first episode is great. Now, the bad. The packaging the discs came in is awful. It comes with 5 single-sided discs stacked on top of each other making it difficult to put each disc away in order without having to take all other discs out, then you also have each disc sitting right on top of the other instead in it's own protected section. I have Seasons 2 and 3 and those come in a case that folds with each double-sided disc in it's own section. What is odd is that the menu for this packaging suggests that it also should have double-sided discs. I suppose they changed the packaging and discs, but never changed the menu. It was very hard to put a 3 star rating on something that deserves a 4 or 5, but the packaging is all wrong. So be warned if you buy this.
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D. AdamsReviewed in the United States on July 25, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not perfect, but a valiant effort.
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Being a fan of the gold and silver age of comics, I always appreciate a period piece. The entire Wonder Woman series starring Lynda Carter was not perfect, but at least we got to see, for the first time, a live-action Wonder Woman, treated with relatively no camp. I liked the innocence of the first season, set during World War II. It was, and remains, a reminder of a different world, where patriotism was clearly defined. I believe the essence of who Wonder Woman is, a champion for all, and faith that even enemies would some day become brothers and sisters, was well represented through Lynda Carter. Subsequent seasons, moved from ABC to CBS, were less interesting, with poor scripts and heavy handed dialogue, still portrayed a robust and worldly heroine. Lynda Carter set the standard against all others who might portray Wonder Woman would be measured. A difficult task indeed. The Wonder Woman tv series is like the joke about sex, chocolate and pizza. When it's good, it's really good, and when it's bad... it's still better than nothing.
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Michael LibersatReviewed in the United States on July 10, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Worth it for the pilot alone!
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A wonderful diversion while waiting for the new one to come out on Blu Ray. The pilot alone is worth the price of the set, it is like a Mel Brooks/Stephen Speilberg slapstick farce. The supporting cast is fabulous with Kenneth Mars doing his marvelous over the top German and Henry Gibson is great as his assistant and American spy. Cloris Leachman chews the scenery to bits as Diana's mother Hippolita. This show should be a period comedy classic. Through it all Linda Carter strides as earnest and upright as Christopher Reeve in the first Superman. A joy and a wonder to behold.
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Benjamin J BurgraffReviewed in the United States on May 1, 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
In Praise of Lynda Carter...
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If each decade of television had a 'defining' super-hero series (George Reeves' 'Superman' in the '50s, Adam West's 'Batman' in the '60s), Lynda Carter's 'Wonder Woman' was certainly the '70s series, and, in many ways, "Wonder Woman - The Complete First Season" is one of the best comic book adaptations to ever appear on the small screen. Taking a major risk by setting the action in WWII (when the character was first introduced in print), after a campy few episodes (aired on television as one-hour 'specials'), the level of silliness was reduced, and a sophistication introduced that makes the season still entertaining, over thirty years later.

Much of the credit for the series' success must go to the extraordinary Ms. Carter; buxom and statuesque, she 'filled' the bullet-bra costume astonishingly well, yet more importantly, she possessed innocence as well as beauty, and her dazzling smile succeeded in keeping the character 'family-friendly', despite the provocative garb. Add to this her impressive acting skills, and you had an ideal spokesperson for feminists, sincere but non-threatening. As with Reeves and West, in her 'alter ego', Navy Yeoman Diana Prince, she displayed little difference in characterization from her 'Wonder Woman' persona, relying on glasses and hairstyle to 'fool' her co-workers; while this strains credibility, it was actually done for the audience's benefit, to simplify things for viewers unfamiliar with the comics.

Carter's co-star, Lyle Waggoner, as boss and friend, Major Steve Trevor, is also remarkably good in his role, if a bit stereotyped in the 'heroic' mold. Wisely, the producers gradually eliminated the romantic subtext of their relationship (saying it was difficult to sustain, in a weekly series); scenes of her dreamily gushing on about how "wonderful" he was never rang true, and seemed awkward, at best. In able (if superficial) support, Richard Eastham (as Trevor's War Department boss), and Beatrice Colen (as Prince's 'Plain Jane', romantically frustrated co-worker), provided stability, and additional 'grounding' for the WWII era.

While the wartime setting would ultimately prove too limiting (with the Nazis over-used as the weekly villains...weren't we fighting the Japanese and Italians, as well?), and subsequent seasons would move the action to present-day, first-season writers did attempt to come up with unique 'spins' on standard comic book plots (a "Day the Earth Stood Still" alien visit, machines to create earthquakes, Pavlovian experiments to create a gorilla 'hit' man, etc.), and the time period did provide some novel scenarios (a plot to steal cattle intended for the army...guest-starring legendary Roy Rogers...and another episode involving a jet plane prototype). Certainly, the most talked-about episodes featured young Debra Winger, at the start of her career, as Wonder Girl, Diana's baby sister (with the wonderful Carolyn "Addams Family" Jones as the Amazon Queen).

As a whole, "Wonder Woman - The Complete First Season" is a lot of fun, at a really terrific price, and a great introduction to the series and it's irreplaceable star!
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LeAnneReviewed in the United States on January 30, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Travel back to the 1970s and early feminism/sexism
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I loved watching these as a little girl, when adult women were fighting to be valued as equals compared to men. It's enlightening to look back on this, and see how television sought to address the cultural changes with this show - and others like the Bionic Woman (which I also watch regularly back then). As a nine-year-old girl I didn't realize how incredibly sexist the show was, yet, for its time it was still a huge step forward, showing women as powerful, intelligent problem-solvers. We downloaded this seasonafter our daughter asked about Wonder Woman. She adored the pilot episode (as did I as a girl - it was always my favorite) and later loved acting out stories where she pretended to be WW, bullet-reflecting-bracelets and all. One note though, the images and comments in the show may be a bit too sexist by today's standards, so be rfeady to answer questions kids pose as they watch.
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Taheen LopezReviewed in the United States on April 16, 2009
4.0 out of 5 stars
Sexiest female crime fighter of all times
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Way to go Warner Bros. for bringing Wonder Woman's 1976-77 Season out on DVD, since I can finally get to see each of these episodes complete & uncut without any deleted scenes that we'd always get watching the reruns on MeTV, the Sci-Fi Channel, FX, and in syndication.

This was also the season when WONDER WOMAN was on ABC before the show had moved to CBS in the remaining 2 seasons as well as the season when Diana Prince(Lynda Carter) and Maj. Steve Trevor(Lyle Wagner) worked for the Navy and when Gen. Blankenship(Richard Eastham) was their superior officer, which was of course before the days when Diana & Steve worked for the IADC in Washington, D.C., plus I noticed Wonder Woman's uniform was a little different than it was in the 2nd and 3rd Seasons, including her bracelets, since her bullet proof bracelets were baby blue in this season, but were gold in the last 2 seasons.

It was also interesting seeing guest stars like
*Gretchen Corbett in the "Wonder Woman Vs. Gargantua" episode during her co-starring days as Jim Rockford's sexy attorney girlfriend(Beth Davenport) on THE ROCKFORD FILES

*Tim O'Connor in the "Judgement From Outer Space" episode before his co-starring days as Dr. Huer on BUCK ROGERS

*John Hillerman in the "Wonder Woman Vs. Gargantua" episode before his co-starring days as the often exasperated Higgins on MAGNUM, P.I.

*Dick Van-Patten in the "Beauty On Paradise" episode before his co-starring days on EIGHT IS ENOUGH

*Award winning(John Saxon) in the "Feminine Mystique" episode known for his co-starring role as Nancy's whacko father(Lt. Donald Thompson)in Wes Craven's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

*Eric Braeden in the pilot episode before his co-starring days as Victor Newman on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

*Henry Darrow in "The Bushwackers" episode before his co-starring days on SANTA BARBARA and after his co-starring days on GENERAL HOSPITAL

*Debra Winger as Wonder Woman's/Diana Prince's kid sister from Paradise Island in the "Feminine Mystique" episode before Debra Winger was even a star

*Edmund Gilbert in the "Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther" episode before his co-starring days as Fenton Hardy on THE HARDY BOYS

Something else I noticed about this season of WONDER WOMAN was quite a few episodes were directed by actor(Stuart Margolin)best known for his role as private dective Jim Rockford's hustling ex-con buddy(Angel Martin)on THE ROCKFORD FILES, but for some reason Stuart Margolin never came out as a guest star on WONDER WOMAN throughout this shows entire 3-year run.
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