Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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Wonder Woman vs Gargantua 

The Nazis try to get back an agent who turned on them. To help them in their efforts, they brainwash a gorilla named Gargantua to hate Wonder Woman.

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Richard Eastham ...
General Phil Blankenship
Beatrice Colen ...
Etta Candy
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Gretchen Corbett ...
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Conrad Steigler
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Dr. Osmond
Jerry Fitzpatrick ...
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James Driskill ...
Sergeant Henderson (as Jim Driskill)
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Corporal Rogers
John Zenda ...
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Mickey Morton ...
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A German has trained a gorilla to do her bidding. So she is sent to America to capture a man who defected and who is giving the Americans information. She sends the gorilla to get the man and attacks the men guarding him. When Steve learns of this, he calls an American scientist who confers what the man said and that the gorilla was trained to do what he did. The woman who trained the gorilla wants to send to go up against Wonder Woman. The scientist gives Steve a lead on where they could be. Diana turns into Wonder Woman and goes there and goes up against the gorilla. She wins and the gorilla is taken in and reprogrammed. The one who trained him wants to get him back. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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18 December 1976 (USA)  »

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The newspaper Diana is reading costs 2 cents. 2 cents in 1942 had the same buying power as 29 cents in 2013. In 2013, the price of a weekday edition of the Washington Post was raised to $1.25 from $1.00. See more »

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The American animal specialist is able to reprogram the ape within a few hours, whereas it took the Germans years to do so. See more »

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Wonder Woman: [to Gargantua] This terrible thing would never have happened to you if you had been raised on Paradise Island. You've been used as a tool of man. You should be free.
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a delight for cheesy flick fans
20 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

This entry is as campy and cheesy as it can get. When a gorilla is trained by the Nazis to bring back an agent who turned on them. To help them they brainwash Gargantua to go against wonder woman.

But just have a look to the gorilla itself. It's just a man in a suit and he never walks or act like a gorilla. Fighting with men or women is really cheesy and when he kidnapped the agent it's so clear to see that the gorilla is carrying a doll.

A true delight for lovers of cheesy flicks. Not only that, there are a few well known faces to recognise, for example John Hillerman ( here as Conrad Steigler) who moved further as Higgins in Magnum P.I. or Robert Loggia (Hans Eichler) known for mafia flicks or series like The Sopranos. Horror buffs will surely recognise Gretchen Corbett (Erica Belgard) from Let's Scare Jessica To death (1971) or Jaws Of Satan (1981) still unreleased on DVD.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5


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