Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Man Who Could Not Die 

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

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John Durren ...
Dale Hawthorn
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Dr. Akers
Bob Seagren ...
Bryce Candle / Bret Cassiday
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Dupris
Hal Frederick ...
The Professor
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James Bond III ...
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Douglas Broyles ...
Mover
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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 »

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Bryce's left coat and shirt sleeves are torn off in a dog attack. In subsequent shots the sleeves are back, then they finally vanish permanently. See more »

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Dupris: [to Reichman] You don't have Diana Prince to kick around any more.
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Edited into Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon (2005) See more »

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The New League
21 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Man Who Couldn't Die"

So, this is an example of what the 4th Season of Wonder Woman would've been more like, had the show not been allowed to run out of time. Lynda is still on top from and never shows any sign of tiring out in the role. That is what I admire about her in the show, no matter what story she is landed in, she always looks happy and pleasantly ready to tackle it with finesse and earnest. Even here, the whole story involves her having to keep natural when a monkey is running around the episode and she just smiles, keeping a straight face. I would never be able to do that. The rest of the episode is honestly fine. I don't see how this new line up of regular characters couldn't have worked. They're all fine replacements and I'm glad that we don't get smug Steve Trevor smirking the whole time and getting himself locked up or tired up. The idea of an indestructible sidekick is okay, but it feels a little forced. Maybe it was best that he was left as just a side character. Overall, an okay tale of a new Man Of Steel. 7/10


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