Wonder Woman: Season 1, Episode 3

Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman (28 Apr. 1976)

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A Nazi spy travels to America to learn Wonder Woman's secrets. In the process, she poses as a second Wonder Woman and kidnaps Diana.

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Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
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Colonel Kesselman
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S.S. Officer Horst
Jeff Cooper ...
Major Charlie Scott
Keene Curtis ...
Mueller
Bill Fletcher ...
Nazi
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Fausta Grables
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Rojak
Mary Rings ...
Peasant Girl
Genadii Biegouloff ...
Soldier #1 (as Gene Biegouloff)
Ken Smedberg ...
Soldier #2 (as Kenneth Smedberg)
Angelo Gnazzo ...
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A Nazi spy travels to America to learn Wonder Woman's secrets. In the process, she poses as a second Wonder Woman and kidnaps Diana.

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A map of Europe is shown in "Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman" which takes place in 1942 - however Germany, Poland, and other European countries are shown with their 1970s boundaries. If one looks carefully, one can even see the dotted line separating the post-WW2 East and West Germany. See more »

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Major Steve Trevor: Were's Wonder Woman?
Fausta Grables: She's gone, Major.
Major Steve Trevor: I'm not falling for that. I know you kidnapped her and I know she's here!
Fausta Grables: It's true. Wonder Woman has escaped.
Rojak: But you won't, major. You will be shot as a spy, as I promised!
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laughable episode
15 January 2013 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

Wonder woman is stripped down, but hey, not in her nudies I mean, she loses her lasso and her armbelts by a wonder woman double. It all takes place inside a Nazi building.

Again cheesy and it even is a bit laughable when wonder woman takes on a fight with the fake wonder woman. And script wise it was a bit of the same Steve being chained again. No special effects to mention. Still wonder woman was a bit of a success due the sexiness of Diana when she becomes wonder woman. It's after this episode that it really picks up well with the effects although they are still campy.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 1/5 Comedy 0/5


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