Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Queen and the Thief 

Diana and Steve go undercover at the Malakan consulate in Palm Beach to prevent international jewel thief Evan Robley from stealing the Crown jewels of Malakar and catch him.

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Joe Atkinson (as Normann Burton)
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Queen Kathryn
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Diana and Steve go undercover at the Malakan consulate in Palm Beach to prevent international jewel thief Evan Robley from stealing the Crown jewels of Malakar and catch him.

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28 October 1977 (USA)  »

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Normann Burton and David Hedison both played the role of Felix Leiter in the James Bond movies. See more »

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In reference to Diana's changing into Wonder Woman while wearing a nightgown then arriving at work in her work clothes, Wonder Woman has been seen transforming into various outfits via her transformation "spin" in various other episodes so it is not necessarily a continuity "goof" to imagine that she might also be able to do so with her Diana Prince outfits. See more »

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Evan Robley: Well Musketeers, this is it. Now one of us has to stand guard. And needles to say, an interruption could be fatal.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: No problem. You know the area, she's got the power, I'll cover for you.
Wonder Woman: Thanks, Steve.
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OK as it goes
17 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Queen and the Thief David Hedison and John Calicos, two famous faces from 1970s fantasy. Hedison the only man to have played Felix Leiter twice in the Bond films and also naval officers in 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' and 'The Enemy Below' (both used in The Bermuda Triangle Crisis). John Calicos the original Baltar from Battlestar Galactica. For all the show's feminist credentials when it comes to going undercover Diana is still the domestic servant and Steve still gets to be the President of the American/Malakar Cultural Association. But it does mean we have Diana in a rather fetching maid's outfit. We also have her turning into Wonder Woman and leaping her way to work just because she's a bit late in the morning (does Bruce Wayne use the Batmobile when he's late for board meetings?) For once it's Steve who get's chloroformed. Aside from that not much remarkable or to be recommended for it 5/10


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