- Season 3
- Episode 11
Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.
|Steve Allie Collura||...||
Bonelli (as Steve-Allie Collura)
Rancher (as Ric DiAngelo)
|William Moulton Marston||...||(characters) (as Charles Moulton) &|
|Harry G. Peter||...||(characters) (uncredited)|
|Stanley Ralph Ross||...||(creator) (creator)|
|Michael McGreevey||...||(written by)|
|Douglas S. Cramer||...||executive producer|
|Charles B. Fitzsimons||...||producer|
|John Gaynor||...||associate producer|
|Bruce Lansbury||...||supervising producer|
|Robert Hoffman||...||director of photography|
|Richard L. Van Enger|
|Patricia Van Ryker||...||(as Patricia van Ryker)|
|John M. Elliott Jr.||...||makeup artist (as John Elliott)|
|Cheri Ruff||...||hair stylist|
|John H. Burrows||...||unit production manager (as John Burrows)|
|Kurt Baker||...||first assistant director|
|Maurice Marks||...||second assistant director (as Morry Marks)|
|Jack E. Ackerman||...||property master|
|Gary Vaughan||...||sound effects (as Gary Vaughn)|
|Robert Peterson||...||special effects (as Robert L. Peterson)|
|Ron Stein||...||stunt coordinator|
|Whitey Hughes||...||stunts (uncredited)|
|Donfeld||...||costume designer: Wonder Woman costume|
|Charles Fox||...||composer: theme music|
|Norman Gimbel||...||lyrics: theme music|
|Jay Alfred Smith||...||music editor|
|Johnny Harris||...||arranger: theme music (uncredited)|
|Anne Collins||...||executive story consultant|
|Medora Heilbron||...||assistant: producers|
|James Lansbury||...||assistant: producers|
- Bruce Lansbury Productions
- Douglas S. Cramer Company (in association with)
- Warner Bros. Television (in association with)
- Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (1978) (United States) (tv)
- Warner Home Video (2005) (United States) (DVD) (The Complete Third Season Box Set)
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|Also Known As||
|Trivia||Per the title, according to the Irish legend of the leprechauns, at the end of every rainbow found after a rainstorm is where they hide their precious pot of gold. See more »|
|Goofs||After O'Hanlan's life was saved, when Thackery is shooting at Wonder Woman, the controls (controlling the bullet explosions) are visible in the palm of her hands. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Edited into Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon (2005). See more »|
[Wonder Woman inspects the empty box in which Bonelli's men had trapped Pat O'Hanlon]
Would you be looking for someone, Miss Wonder Wonder?
Wonder Woman: [Looking puzzled] Well, yes. As a matter of fact, I was looking for you, Mr. O'Hanlon.
Pat: Oh, you thought I was one place, when actually I was somewhere else. A common enough mistake. That thief, Bonelli, thought the same thing.
Wonder Woman: What are you doing in here?
Pat: Getting me gold.
Wonder Woman: Well, if you had cooperated with Diana Prince before... she might've been able to help you.
Pat: [Pointing his finger at Wonder Woman] Don't you bandy words with me, Wonder Woman. You, of all people, should know the rules under which I must operate.
[Walks away, leaving Wonder Woman looking shocked after his smart-ass remark]
Wonder Woman: Well, eh, do you have any idea where they went?
Pat: If I knew that, do you think I'd be standing here?
Wonder Woman: Mr. O'Hanlon, this is the center of Bonelli's operations, isn't it?
Pat: It is that. Would care for a tour? Follow me, ma'am.
[Wonder Woman follows him to a desk]
Pat: Now here's where he conducted his business.
[starts looking through some papers]
Wonder Woman: Well, I think I might have an idea, where Mr. Thackery is conducting his.
Pat: Oh. Where's that?
Wonder Woman: [while scribbling on a pad with a pencil, to see what was written on the previous page] Well, if we're lucky, it's near here, and that's where the gold is headed. And so are we. By we I mean the IADC and several squad cars, Mr. O'Hanlon. 'Cause, I'd like for you to call Steve Trevor at the IADC, and...
[O'Hanlon has disappeared]
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