Rock and Roll star, Hamlin Rule hypnotizes his female fans, to rob his concerts for him.

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Joe Atkinson (as Normann Burton)
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Carl Schwartz
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Elena
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Manager Amos Hoffman (as George Cooper)
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Rock and Roll star, Hamlin Rule hypnotizes his female fans, to rob his concerts for him.

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21 October 1977 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the Pied Piper of Hamelin, a legend about the abduction of many children from the town of Hamelin, Germany and used in stories written by the Brothers Grimm and Robert Browning. See more »

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Wonder Woman states that the real Pied Piper led the children to safety. In the original story he led them away never to be seen again. Actually, that is only one version, and no one knows what the original tale was. There are other versions that state that the Pied Piper led the children out of the town of Hameln to save them from the plague. Therefore, what Wonder Woman states can be considered true based on that version. See more »

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Elena: And what do they say about two wrongs, dad?
Joe Atkinson: It's not my job to judge, Elena.
Hamlin Rule: Oh hey, I'm, I'm Hamlin Rule. I'm too hip to deal with any clichés about two wrongs.
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Love Conquers All
Written by Charles Fox & Paul Williams
Performed by Martin Mull
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Wonder Woman enslaved by a siren song
16 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Pied Piper Beware the perils of rock music groupiedom! OK, a deliriously bad episode but one that's so bad it's brilliant! Very much Jo Atkinsons ep with very little Steve, nice to see him get something more to do than just provide exposition. Rule refers to the bicentennial and how WW would have been the perfect groupie for him then, you can't help but agree. Diana in her cape once more and she uses her tiara for the first time this season. Considering that Wonder Woman's return was heralded in the national media how can she just turn up at Rule's mansion and no one recognises her, she's pretty damn distinctive. Mighty convenient too that helpless Diana has the good fortune to be in a spinning chair allowing her to achieve transformation. Martin Mull one of those faces you see everywhere on TV on everything from Ellen to 2 and a Half Men. I remember him best as Sabrina's headmaster (and romancer of her hot Aunt Zelda) on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, in one ep he confesses that as a youth he tried to be a rockstar which may be a mighty clever in joke. He also returns to the DC universe in The New Adventures of Superman. Obviously this is the ep that gets the Wonder Woman mind control fetishists all hot and bothered with both Diana and Wonder Woman surrendering to Hamlin's domination. Check out Youtube 'Wonder Woman Entranced by Muscial Muse'.She's also not so much tied up as trapped in an iron maiden like chair. And she's gassed although she doesn't pass out for once, maybe all the times she's been chloroformed has allowed her to build up some form of resistance? Almost ashamed to admit it but one of my favourites 8/10


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