Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Fine Art of Crime 

Wonder Woman foils a ring of art thieves who use realistic-looking statues who are actually people in suspended animation to rob museums.

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Joe
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Moreaux
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Patti MacLeod ...
Mrs. Ellsworth
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Mr. Ellsworth
Joe Maross ...
Shubert
George Caldwell ...
Heavy #1
Mitchel Evans ...
Berkeley Student (as Mitchel Young-Evans)
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Wonder Woman foils a ring of art thieves who use realistic-looking statues who are actually people in suspended animation to rob museums.

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13 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth are played by the real life husband and wife Gavin MacLeod and Patti MacLeod. See more »

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Wonder Woman's lasso moves from around Moreaux's left shoulder to down his torso and back between shots. See more »

Quotes

Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: I'd better get Diana over there right away.
Irac: You took the words right out of my mouth.
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: You don't have a mouth.
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References Kojak (1973) See more »

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Wonder Woman Vs Very Bad Weeping Angels
18 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Fine Art of Crime"

This is an interesting one to talk about. It has a very cheeky Wonder Woman (her sassiness is adorable now), an idiot and an interesting story that is actually very engaging. There is plenty of Wonder Woman for the family to gape at and the villains are more than just money hungry blackmailers, they actually plan out and successfully carry out their plans. Heck, even Steve Trevor is given some good lines here, he still plays no part in the story whatsoever, but he gets some funny lines, at least and that is better than seeing him get stuffed into a crate and left there for WW to go and save. I like the villains plot here, to use real people to turn into statues and manipulate their movements to steal precious items. That's actually quite clever for the time period. I think it is because "Hot Wheels" was so dreadful and "The Deadly Sting" was good, but nothing spectacular, that I appreciate this one a little more. Season 3 of the show itself is very good, but there are a string of indecent episodes among some gems. If you didn't like "Hot Wheels" then tune in for this one, it's worth a watch. I give it 7/10.


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