Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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Flight to Oblivion 

Diana and Steve are undercover at San Remo Air Force Base to keep an eye on the test flight of the new Z-400. Also there is the rock group 'The Hull City Howlers' and their manager Edmund ... See full summary »

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(characters) (as Charles Moulton), (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Diana and Steve are undercover at San Remo Air Force Base to keep an eye on the test flight of the new Z-400. Also there is the rock group 'The Hull City Howlers' and their manager Edmund Dante, who has a way of putting people under a spell to do his bidding. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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3 March 1978 (USA)  »

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X-400 is the X-24b lifting body. Similar to Space Shuttle. See more »

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When the missile is fired at the plane during the test flight, the pilot reports a "bogey at 6 o'clock"--in other words, directly behind the plane. However, the radar image of the plane and missile has the missile coming at the plane from a side angle of about 3 or 4 o'clock. See more »

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Edmund Dante: Considering I was brought up on Beethoven, a rock group is a rather... cunning door opener, don't you think?
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Air Force WW
30 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Flight into oblivion Diana Prince back in uniform and looking mighty fine. Mind control once more but not on Diana/WW this time. This ep rather reminiscent of an old ep of Bill Bixby's pre-Hulk TV series The Magician which also had sleeper agents triggered by a special phrase (an idea Joss Whedon uses in every one of his shows). Some good skills from Steve who actually manages to rescue himself for once by using his watch alarm, I wish that there were more eps like this where he get's to be the hero. They must have had a lot of co-operation from the US Air Force to do this but who wouldn't want Wonder Woman shooting at their base? 4/10


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