Wonder Woman's sister Drusilla is sent from Paradise Island to Washington to tell Diana to come home. Drusilla discovers her own alter ego, Wonder Girl, and is kidnapped by the Nazis.
Did You Know?
Right after appearing as a recurring character on "Wonder Woman" Debra Winger shot to fame in the James Bridges/John Travolta comedy Urban Cowboy; and then spent the 1980s on the A-List, starring in several hit and critically acclaimed movies like Terms of Endearment, Legal Eagles, Forget Paris and Black Widow. Then in the 90s she eventually fell out of favor in Hollywood, and work came less sporadically. She even became the subject of a documentary about sexism and ageism in Hollywood called "Searching for Debra Winger." See more
The German pilot stole the experimental jet, which lacked the range to fly the distance needed from the eastern US to any territory occupied by Germany circa 1943. It would have run out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean and crashed. See more
Then why did you put the grass snake down Magda's back? You know poor Magda's deathly afraid of snakes!
But mother, you should have seen her. She went four different shades of green.
We are not amused.
Well, you would have been had you been there.