Wonder Woman uncovers a plot to steal millions of dollars in jewels from wealthy party-goers by impersonating her and her colleagues.

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John Austin
John O'Connell ...
Todd Daniels
Bob Seagren ...
Roman
Diane Lander ...
Nancy
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Doctor
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Sergeant Cline
Catherine Campbell ...
Leslie
Daryle Ann Lindley ...
Nurse
Harold Pruett ...
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Tom Kratochvil ...
Irac (voice)
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Wonder Woman uncovers a plot to steal millions of dollars in jewels from wealthy party-goers by impersonating her and her colleagues.

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15 December 1978 (USA)  »

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Wonder Woman was only shown to have punched an opponent on four different occasions. The first three punches occurred in various scenes of the Wonder Woman pilot and the fourth punch happened in the episode "Stolen Faces". A slight variation of a punch was used on an alien in the episode "The Boy Who Knew Her Secret". Every other time she had to fight an opponent she typically either threw them or used the lasso to capture them. See more »

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As Diana falls from the parking structure she transforms into Wonder Woman while spinning the wrong direction. See more »

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Nancy: Look, you're just picking on me, 'cause I got a record. I make a couple of mistakes and all of a sudden I'm open game for anybody with a fancy I.D. Oh yeah, sure, badger her, call her a liar, she's used to it.
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Nancy: Well I'm not.
Diana Prince: I'm sorry. After all, you are here because you saved a child's life.
Nancy: Doubt if I ever do that again.
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Edited into Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon (2005) See more »

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Doubles all round
13 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Stolen Faces Another Wonder Woman double and frankly a not too convincing one. It seems that WW is not only known to the general public but they're also aware of her link to the IADC, the Dr treating the fake Wonder Woman phoning them when she's brought in. One interesting factor of this ep is that Diana actually seems to check out Roman as he walks down the corridor. Is she suspicious or interested? The plot makes absolutely no sense whatsoever but that really isn't that unusual. You think she'd have saved herself a lot of trouble by just throwing the lasso around the first impersonator and forcing her to tell her the plan. A nice little feature is Diana and Steve all dolled up at the end going out to a fancy restaurant, a date? 5/10


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