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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
Colonel Kesselman
S.S. Officer Horst
Jeff Cooper ...
Major Charlie Scott
Keene Curtis ...
Bill Fletcher ...
Fausta Grables
Mary Rings ...
Peasant Girl
Genadii Biegouloff ...
Soldier #1 (as Gene Biegouloff)
Ken Smedberg ...
Soldier #2 (as Kenneth Smedberg)
Angelo Gnazzo ...


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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Did You Know?


Fausta Grables was the only other regular Wonder Woman foe from the comics other than Paula Von Gunther to appear on the show. See more »


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 »


S.S. Officer Horst: There's no need to identify yourself, Fraulein. I still have sore throat from cheering your many victories in the 1936 Olympics. May I say how much I admire you?
Fausta Grables: Let us not waste that time.
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Features Wonder Woman: The New Original Wonder Woman (1975) See more »

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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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