Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Bermuda Triangle Crisis 

I.A.D.C's Operation Sea Harvest is being compromised by Ray Manta and his I.C.O.P.E. organization. Diana is especially worried since both parties are operating around the Bermuda Triangle, dangerously close to Paradise Island.

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Barry Hamilton ...
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Larry Golden ...
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I.A.D.C's Operation Sea Harvest is being compromised by Ray Manta and his I.C.O.P.E. organization. Diana is especially worried since both parties are operating around the Bermuda Triangle, dangerously close to Paradise Island.

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7 October 1977 (USA)  »

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The title refers to The Bermuda Triangle that exists between the islands of Bermuda and Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida where, due to the number of ship and airplane disappearances and other strange events, people believe that is an area inhabited by aliens, UFOs, doorways to alternate dimensions, time travel portals and violations of the laws of physics. The Triangle became a media sensation after a book on the area was published a couple of years before this show aired. See more »

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The secret reactor site is supposed to be away from any inhabitants, but the 30.22N 64.47W coordinates are virtually on top of Bermuda and thus inhabited. See more »

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Manta: The I.A.D.C. is the greatest single obstacle to my continuing success. Now, I know a great deal about your agency, as you can tell. But, there's nothing like first-hand information.
Diana Prince: You're talking about betraying our country.
Manta: Your people are playing cops and robbers with me! Might be profitable to find out where the cops are, huh? Profitable for, for us both.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Manta, there's a lady present or I would tell you precisely what you can do with your proposition.
Diana Prince: Let me tell him.
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Edited from The Enemy Below (1957) See more »

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The Seaview From Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Is Here!
8 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Trouble is going on near Wonder Woman's home: Paradise Island.

This is a nice adventure from the series, we get to see WW change into a sexy outfit we don't often see her in, but whenever the episode is mentioned in conversation two questions always come up: "Is that the episode with the Seaview from Irwin Allen's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea?"...then comes "what the hell was the Seaview doing in Wonder Woman?"

It seems the totally unknown director of this episode also directed one of the worst episodes of Irwin Allen's Lost In Space, The Mechanical Men, so perhaps he was trying to re-live his Irwin Allen days by bringing the Seaview into 1977 Wonder Woman?

Another point. Wonder Woman was a Warner show and Irwin Allen had recently jumped ship from Fox (where Voyage was made) to Warner so perhaps Irwin wanted to thrill his old fans by allowing Fox footage from Voyage to be used in a reasonably popular Warner show.

Whatever the case, the Seaview may only get very limited screen time in WW but retro science fiction fans like me still get a smile over the fact that the Seaview appeared in the show at all.


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