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The Girl from Ilandia 

While out on his yacht, newspaper man Simon Penrose finds a young girl on a raft. She has no I.D. but wears mysterious, difficult to remove jewelry. Simon calls in his old friend Diana ... See full summary »

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Simon Penrose
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Tina (as Julie Ann Haddock)
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Bleaker (as Alan Arbus)
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While out on his yacht, newspaper man Simon Penrose finds a young girl on a raft. She has no I.D. but wears mysterious, difficult to remove jewelry. Simon calls in his old friend Diana Prince, who recognizes the jewels as being from the other dimensional and legendary Islandia. Of course she keeps this information to herself, and confides to the girl as Wonder Woman. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Star Trek TOS sound effects can be heard in Bleaker's lair. See more »

Goofs

Tina/Emma-Donna is off of her mark when the net is supposed to come down. She has to move her entire body to be directly under it. If she had stayed where she was, the net would have come down safely beside her. And although the net is supposed to come down upon her, the net can clearly be seen to be cut too short, and thus it would have stopped its descent even if she wasn't trying to block it. See more »

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Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [on phone in his office] Bleaker? He's a legend, Diana. A mythological anti-hero of the underworld.
Diana Prince: [on other line] Anti-hero, yes. Myth, no. I have reason to believe that he's all to real.
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The Lost Girl
13 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Girl from Ilandia"

I never thought that I would come across an episode that is actually quite as mature and new as this one. It's odd to see this kind of story, as when I was watching these episodes on TV and on DVD, I was just expecting a good adventure with some laughs and cool moments, but I got a story about a lost child who is forced to stay in the real world, a lot like Wonder Woman herself and has to deal with her loss. We never see Tina go home in the Series and this is her only appearance, so I guess that she was quickly forgotten, but having an episode like this shows off just how mature Wonder Woman can be and her speech at the end of the episode is perfect writing and Lynda Carter plays it off beautifully. I couldn't have picked another episode to call my favourite in the Series.


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