Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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Judgment from Outer Space: Part 1 

September, 1942. Andros, an observer from a council of alien planets is sent to Earth to pass judgment on the primitive, warlike humans race.


(as Alan Crosland)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Eastham ...
Beatrice Colen ...
S.S. General Von Dreiberg (as Kurt Kaszner)
Scott Hylands ...
General Zachary Kane (as Archie Johnson)
Vic Perrin ...
Gormsby (as Patrick Skelton)
Fil Formicola ...


September, 1942. Andros, an observer from a council of alien planets is sent to Earth to pass judgment on the primitive, warlike humans race.

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15 January 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


At 28:25, while Wonder Woman is waiting for Andros to complete his meeting with President Roosevelt, she is sitting on a park bench in front of a familiar looking fountain. The fountain is seen again in subsequent scenes as Wonder Woman and Andros are talking to each other. This is the same fountain that will be used in the opening and closing credits of the 90s series, "Friends". This indicates that these scenes from Wonder Woman were shot at the Warner Brothers Ranch in North Hollywood. See more »


Even though the episode was set in 1942, General von Dreiberg said that the Germans were about to take Paris. They actually took Paris and defeated France in June 1940. See more »


Andros: They call themselves humans.
Sakri: They always call themselves human, but they're not. They are savages and they're dangerous.
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"Judgement from Outer Space Part I" (1.10) is the only show of the first season to display the episode title on-screen. See more »


Referenced in Wonder Woman: Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 1 (1977) See more »

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wonder woman and the aliens
22 January 2013 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

It had to happen, the earth is on war but there is a new threat. Aliens from out of space in human form. The are judging over the world of the war is okay or not. Not only that, there's more to see here. It's the first time that we really got to see patriotism. It's there when wonder woman is talking with Andros, the interplanetary visitor. And just look how she's dressed, cape and skirt, all clearly in star and stripes.

The acting is excellent here Andros being played by Tim O'Connor. He really has a major role and is doing fine. Scott Hylands is also doing fine.

At the library a big fight is going on with wonder woman and this time no camp or cheesy moments. Andros do believe in the earthlings but the council on the spaceship doesn't. they take out all Andros powers and wonder woman is also out of control due some kind of gas. Very good indeed.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5

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