An attempt on Diana Prince's life give her a clue that elusive assassin for hire Woodward Nightingale has a contract out on a target with the initials 'C.R.A.I.' International Industrialist... See full summary »

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Violet Louise Tree
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Marius
Charles Pierce ...
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Carlo Indrezzano
Arthur Batanides ...
Krug (as Art Batanides)
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Beamer
S. Pearl Sharp ...
Eve (as Saundra Sharp)
Carol Worthington ...
Major Finley
Katharine Charles ...
Corporal
Jack Kissell ...
Plotkin
Maurice Marsac ...
Maitre D'
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An attempt on Diana Prince's life give her a clue that elusive assassin for hire Woodward Nightingale has a contract out on a target with the initials 'C.R.A.I.' International Industrialist Carlo Amadeo Ricardo Indrezzano appears to be the most likely target, so Diana becomes his bodyguard. And by default, so does Wonder Woman. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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10 February 1978 (USA)  »

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Throughout Seasons 2 and 3, when Diana Prince has her hair in a ponytail, there are various scenes where the camera cuts to her front and then to her back, but her ponytail is drooped over her shoulder and then not at all, between shots. See more »

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Violet Louise Tree: [about Wonder Woman] I bet you never see her behind a typewriter.
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WW vs the Jackal
26 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Death in disguise Assassins in disguise were very popular in the 70s, largely due to Frederick Forsyth's hugely successful book 'The Day of the Jackal' and it's film adaptation. Here we have Diana horseriding, you always wondered what she did for a hobby. Indrezzano is a sexist jerk "That's impossible, you're a woman" but WW shows him the error of his ways. Note the team of assassins make their only female member work as their secretary and it's her that mispells IRAC as CARI. Really it's an OK episode but it's nothing great. I always think that the more outrageous and science fictiony the story the better it is, too many generic gangsters in suits in the show to my liking 6/10, OK


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