Wonder Woman: Season 2, Episode 10

Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 1 (2 Dec. 1977)

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Space traveler Andros returns seeking Wonder Woman's help in defending earth from an invasion of the body and mind snatching Skrill.

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Andros
Kristin Larkin ...
Debbie
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Johnny
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Chaka
Barry Cahill ...
General Miller
Del Hinkley ...
George Hess
Barbarao ...
Sell (as Barbara O. Jones)
Allan Kolman ...
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Connie
Linda Ryan ...
Ruth Blaine
Sol Weiner ...
Captain Parelli
Gary Bisig ...
Rossman
Betty Cole ...
Cleaning Lady
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Andros is summoned by the Council of Planets about stopping escaped evil beings called "The Skrill". The Skrill begin terrorizing Washington, D.C., taking over the bodies of a number of human victims, after draining their minds with artificial crystals. Can Wonder Woman and Andros save D.C.-and the world- before it's too late? Written by Anonymous

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The Space Battle and all outer space scenes were recycled from This Island Eartg a 1955 sci-fi movie See more »

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When the Skrill send a red truck crashing over a cliff, another red vehicle is visible, already hanging in the trees near the bottom of the cliff. See more »

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Diana Prince: Captain... we may have an illegal alien problem and we just don't want innocent people getting hurt, that's all.
Captain Parelli: Well we have an illegal alien problem all over the country, Miss Prince, but we don't usually seal off an area this big to find them.
Diana Prince: These aliens are from outer space, Captain.
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WW does Star Wars
20 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Mind stealers from outer space pt1&2 Who could resist a title like that? Certainly not the studio hoping to ride the Star Wars mania sweeping the country! So Andros IS back or rather his son is, I just never realised it. So what happened to his dad? I guess that's a story from between seasons 1 and 2? Andros Jr played by the gorgeous and magnificently named 'Dack Rambo' who would go on to great fame in supersoap Dallas before becoming one of the high profile victims of the terrible AIDS epidemic which swept through the homosexual community in the early 80s along with Rock Hudson, Freddy Mercury etc. Ironically Rambo was his real surname (the book First Blood had been published at this point but Sylvester Stallone's film had yet to be made). But his real first name was Norman. We also have Earl Boen who'll go on to play Dr Silverman in the Terminator films. The Skrill are pretty stupid looking as is Sardor who may be influenced by Bigfoot on The Six Million Dollar Man. More weirdly re-edited fan films of their fight on Youtube. So the presence of alien life is known to the general public in the Wonder Woman universe. We see WW address the UN, so why do so many people throughout the series still act as if they don't know who she is? IRAC know's Diana's true identity and there are actually hints of attraction between her and Andros. Sardor's wheezing and appearance is very Darth Vader. But nothing can distract the fact that the villains are really just a bunch of kids/midgets in outfits spraypainted green, even if they do make the R2D2 noise. Another new ability for WW, able to astral project. 5/10 no match for real Stormtroopers


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