Wonder Woman: Season 1, Episode 13

The Bushwhackers (29 Jan. 1977)

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Wonder Woman battles cattle rustlers in Texas.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
J.P. Hadley
Walter Lampkin
Jeff Hadley
Anthony George ...
Emmett Dawson (as Tony George)
Sheriff Bodie
Linc (as Christoff St. John)
Christelle Pierrette Gaspart ...
Justin Randi ...
David Yanez ...
Carey Wong ...
Rita Gomez ...


Wonder Woman battles cattle rustlers in Texas.

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29 January 1977 (USA)  »

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After Wonder Woman bends the bars open from her cell in the episode "Bushwackers" you can see the other bars beside it move at the slightest touch. Also, when she walks through the bars, they are no longer bent open but straight up and down again and Wonder Woman walks right through them easily. See more »


J.P. Hadley: How about your luggage?
Wonder Woman: Oh, eh, well I'm afraid I don't have any, any luggage.
Major Steve Trevor: [chuckles] Wonder Woman travels very light.
J.P. Hadley: Well I'm sure Marie will have something you can wear okay.
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notorious for a few reasons
22 January 2013 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

This episode is notorious for a few reasons. First of all it takes place in Texas so here come cowboys and just look who, Roy Rogers famous for a lot of western flicks and series. It was one of his last performances on film captured. He only appeared after wards in The Fall Guy (1984).

Not only that, being a bit conservative and playing with a sexy looking wonder woman he just couldn't dig it so here we have it. In come the cattle rustlers and in comes wonder women sometimes covered with her star and stripes cape but look a bit further, With the kids she is dressed up.

The invisible airplane is back and wonder woman clothes in the ranch makes it something special. As always Steve is being captured....It's so strange that the producers agreed to Roy demands. Nevertheless, excellent for a wonder woman episode and no Nazis to see this time, also don't forget Henry Darrow another famous actor (Zorro fame). A few corrupt cops and mixed adoptees. Very strange for the seventies.

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

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