Diana tries to prevent a scientist from selling an atomic bomb on the black market.


(as Alan Crosland)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Vladimir Zukov
Charlie Brill ...
Mr. Smith
Kaz Garas ...
Milton Selzer ...
Captain Louie
Mr. Jones
Mr. Brown
Hari Rhodes ...
Fil Formicola ...
Jan Ivan Dorin ...
Pilot (as Jean Ivan Dorin)
Jim Stein ...


Diana tries to prevent a scientist from selling an atomic bomb on the black market.

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12 January 1979 (USA)  »

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In the scene in the warehouse where Wonder Woman is looking at the map with Mr Zukov, the Russian Red Star is seen in the corner of the map. Amusingly the red star on her head band is exactly the same as the Russian Red Star. See more »


Como lets go of Diana's hand while helping her into the torpedo tube but is holding it again in the next shot. See more »


Vladimir Zukov: I don't know how you conned your way in here, Miss Prince, but you are to be commended.
Diana Prince: And you are to be commended, Mr. Zukov. Most double agents look lousy in business suits.
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Edited from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) See more »

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Break out the submarine stock footage again!
16 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Going, going gone The submarines are back again! The character of Lucas is also played by the same actor who was Steve Trevor in the Kathy Crosby movie. The Cold War is central again plus flying saucers which were extremely popular at the time, a mass flurry of sighting all over the world (the spinning top with a clear dome on top filmed by New Zealand film crew and examined by Arthur C Clarke especially convincing). Nuclear proliferation once more, can anyone tell me exactly what is a single engine Soviet fighter doing armed with a nuke flying so close to the Californian coast? Diana uses genuine espionage techniques when impersonating Mrs Fox (is there a Mr Fox?), set phrases to allow two individuals to meet and recognise one another, very 'From Russia with Love'.. It's kinda lame that Smith tells everyone that she's an impostor but no one listens to him and they just go on with the auction as if nothing has happened. However I very much like do like the idea of her turning into swimsuit Wonder Woman in the torpedo tube, we really should count up the number of ways she accomplishes that (spinning in a chair, rolling down a quarry scree slope etc). Also the nuke itself looks pretty pathetic. 6/10

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