A land developer kidnaps a trained dolphin and uses it to sink an oil tanker which will lower beachfront property values.

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Silas Lockhart
Britt Leach ...
Billy
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Gaffer
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Henry
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Darrell
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Dr. Sylvia Stubbs
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Goodspeed
Colin Hamilton ...
The Admiral
Gregory Chase ...
The Captain
Paul Tuerpe ...
CPO
Tom Kratochvil ...
Irac (voice)
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A land developer kidnaps a trained dolphin and uses it to sink an oil tanker which will lower beachfront property values.

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1 December 1978 (USA)  »

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When Diana walks to the stolen truck her arms go from folded to hands-on-hips between shots. See more »

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Gaffer: [speaking into police car radio] Sir, it won't happen again. Bluebeard has had his little fling, he will deliver for us. Don't worry about it.
Silas Lockhart: [on other line aboard his private plane] Well if he doesn't, it's you who'll be fed to the sharks.
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Edited into Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon (2005) See more »

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Swimsuit time!
25 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Much like sharks (which also feature in this ep) dolphins very popular in this period and this story owes an obvious debt to the film 'The Day of the Dolphin'. Environmental concerns also a major issue of the day. We see Wonder Woman demonstrate another new power which we haven't seen before, the ability to fire some sort of energy ray from her tiara. Lot's of stock footage once more although surprisingly given the subject matter no submarines, the stuff with the shark (a Tiger shark I think?) is scary stuff and you see it a lot in other shows of the period (even in one ep of Lassie I think?). Wonder Woman's ability to talk with the animals once again featured. 7/10


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