Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Murderous Missile 

Wonder Woman saves the world from an angry scientist and a "thinking" missile.

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James Luisi ...
George
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Luther
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Beal
Steve Inwood ...
Mac
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Flo
Hal England ...
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Ernie
Alan McRae ...
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Maurice Sneed ...
Corporal
Neil Elliot ...
William Ryan
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Wonder Woman saves the world from an angry scientist and a "thinking" missile.

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When Wonder Woman is chasing George on the motorcycle, the commander's jeep drives up with the windshield folded down. As she approaches the jeep to jump over it, the windshield is up. When she jumps over it, the windshield is completely removed. See more »

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Diana Prince: What's the matter with the people in this town, anyway? They act like they've, eh, never seen a stranger before.
Ernie: Stranger?
Diana Prince: Yeah.
Ernie: Oh, sure we get strangers through here all the time. Anyway, six, eight times a year.
[chuckles]
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4 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Murderous Missile Or the faintly pathetic missile quite frankly, the rubbish special effect letting the rest of this ep down. Motorbiking WW is too cool for school though although her motorbiking suit looks remarkably like her swimsuit. An ep that must have had the bondage/conquered superheroines fetishists salivating as not only is she chloroformed in the traditional WW manner but chained up and spreadeagled in the jail. However they don't seem to know that her belt is the source of her power as they conveniently leave it on her. Weird, the corrupt cops in season 1 seemed to know it but one theory is that she modified it so that now only she can take it off. Note that the missile is called Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom but also of warfare (as any Xena fan knows). Not the goddess of the Amazon's though, that's Artemis. The idea of a thought control weapon system was popularized by the book Firefox which was popular at the time. 7/10, let down by the poor missile but love the motorbike


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