Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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Wonder Woman in Hollywood 

Major Steve Trevor is asked to re-enact a heroic deed for Hollywood.

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Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
Etta Candy
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Mark Bremer
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Kurt
Alan Bergmann ...
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Queen Hippolyta
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Ross Bickell ...
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David Himes ...
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Steve goes to Hollywood along with some other War heroes to film a movie. Diana accompanies him. When Diana is needed back at Paradise Island, Dru is sent to tell her. But one by one, the heroes disappear. What they don't know is the producer is a Nazi. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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16 February 1977 (USA)  »

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The last story to be set in World War 2. All future stories were set in "modern day" 1970's. See more »

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During WWII, the HOLLYWOOD sign would have been HOLLYWOODLAND. LAND was removed about 1949 See more »

Quotes

Jim Ames: Boy, Major, I wish I could meet Wonder Girl again, under different circumstances.
Steve Trevor: And Wonder Woman!
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Jeepers Creepers
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Music by Harry Warren (uncredited)
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer (uncredited)
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the last episode with wonder girl
22 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

An opportunity for Steve to become a Hollywood star so off to Hollywood, not only that, Drusilla is back to take Diana back to Paradise Island.

A bit of a laugh here and there with all the studio shots, so-called shots. If that was a set then it's a big joke. I did recognize Charles Cypher (Kurt) from Carpenter's Halloween. Funny to see him here, i met him once at a convention...

The first part Drusilla is still Drusilla, look close, it's the last time she did Wonder Girl, a thing Debra hated the most.

But the heroes of the movie are being captured. First they think they all went out with the girls but not so. Are the Germans involved, out for Steve and wonder woman to find out. Meanwhile Drusilla is hanging out and has her wonder girl moment too. The last 7 minutes are a must see as wonder woman and wonder girl are running together to save everybody.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5


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