Wonder Woman meets the invulnerable man and they join forces to fight crime.



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Episode complete credited cast:
John Durren ...
Dale Hawthorn
Robert Sampson ...
Dr. Akers
Bob Seagren ...
Bryce Candle / Bret Cassiday
Hal Frederick ...
The Professor
James Bond III ...
Admissions Clerk (as Sherry Miles)
Douglas Broyles ...


Wonder Woman meets the invulnerable man and they join forces to fight crime.

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28 August 1979 (USA)  »

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The only story in the whole series, in which Steve Trevor doesn't appear. See more »


Bryce's stunt double for the dive through the window has a hairy chest; Bryce's chest is hairless. See more »


Admissions Clerk: But you expect to go through our admission files and match one of these names with the face in your head?
Diana Prince: I expect to try.
Admissions Clerk: Wow! You've got the needle, we've got the haystack.
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Edited into Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon (2005) See more »

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Thank god they didn't go with this
23 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Man who could not Die So bad it's not true. A complete reboot for the series with Steve Trevor obviously being written out and Diana moving to Los Angeles. The idea of the man who couldn't die is stupid although maybe with this formula we could have some more villains who are capable of taking on and possibly even defeating WW. The super-monkey and the annoying hustler kid who just seems to be allowed to walk around the top secret IADC headquarters at will are stupid beyond belief (I remember the actor though, James Bond the Third who would later go on to star in classic kids TV series 'The Red Hand Gang'). Diana only gets involved in the whole scheme at all though the Jessica Fletcher effect, that is the hero/heroine constantly stumbling over clues to dark going-ons without even looking for them. Diana in her fedora hat again which does look good. Reputedly by this stage Lyle Waggoner was pretty fed up with the series, I understand why, he's this classic handsome leading man and yet he's constantly relegated to being nothing more than the damsel in distress, constantly helpless and needing to be rescued. Interesting name for the villain, 'Reichman', very Nazi overtones and he's a true Reanimator style baddie. For once amazingly WW's lasso doesn't work, the serum makes Bryce immune. Interesting how modern technology is beginning to overtake ancient magic.You get the idea that maybe with Bryce they were looking to do a Bionic Woman style spin off in reverse? (reputedly The Girl for Ilandia and Wonder Girl were also attempts at a spin off targeting the youth market). Of course whilst he was making the series Lyle was also the Mayor of a town in Claifornia (as Clint Eastwood/Sonny Bono would also later be) so maybe he just didn't have the time to spend on the set? 1/10

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