Wonder Woman: Season 2, Episode 15

Diana's Disappearing Act (3 Feb. 1978)

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Count Cagliostro has found a way to turn lead into gold, albeit temporarily. An example of his work has been sent to Diana Prince in the form of a golden locket. The Count instructs his ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Cagliostro (as Dick Gautier)
Allen Williams ...
The Emir
Brenda Benet ...
Morgana (as Brenda Benét)
S. Pearl Sharp ...
Eve (as Saundra Sharp)
George Skaff ...
Maurice Sherbanee ...
Mark Wilson ...
Magician #1 (as James Mark Wilson)
Don Brockhaus ...
Magician #2 (as Don W. Brockhaus)
Peter De Paula ...
Mime #1 (as Peter DePaula)
Kathlyn ...
Mime #2


Count Cagliostro has found a way to turn lead into gold, albeit temporarily. An example of his work has been sent to Diana Prince in the form of a golden locket. The Count instructs his accomplices to get the locket back before it the fleeting nature of the gold is exposed. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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3 February 1978 (USA)  »

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The pilot establishes that Diana never left Paradise Island before the 1940s. But her she speaks of meeting Cagliostro 200-300 years ago. See more »


The Emir: This is an outrage!
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: It's an emergency, I assure you.
The Emir: Never before have I been so rudely torn away from my daily enterprises.
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: My men will drop you back at the racehorses...
The Emir: [interrupting] By that time, five of my horses will have run!
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The magician's assistant
24 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Diana's disappearing act Ed Belgley Jnr enters as Harold Farnum. Well at least it's someone else to be knocked out, means Steve doesn't have to be the stooge all the time. This ep deals with the price of oil which was a real problem for the West during the energy crisis in the 70s. Lot's of stage magic and it seems that WW has dealt with the villains family 200-300 years before. So did they come to Paradise Island or has WW had adventures in the outside world before WW2? Morganna Le Fay's name is derived from Arthurian legend and maybe might be King Arthur's sister with whom he had his son, Mordred. If you'll pardon the expression they missed a trick with the ending, they should have had WW defeat the villains on stage then turn to a baffled audience and go 'Ta-daaaa' like the classic magician's assistant. 5/10, not great

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