Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Man Who Could Move the World 

A Japanese man, bitter over the grief that he believes Wonder Woman caused him in W.W.II, unleashes his telekinetic powers against her.


Bob Kelljan


William Moulton Marston (characters) (as Charles Moulton), Stanley Ralph Ross (developer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Lynda Carter ... Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
Lyle Waggoner ... Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.
Norman Burton ... Joe Atkinson (as Normann Burton)
Yuki Shimoda ... Takeo Ishida
Lew Ayres ... Dr. Kenneth Wilson
James Hong ... Oshima
Alan McRae ... Security Officer
J. Kenneth Campbell ... Taft
Steven Ken Suehiro Steven Ken Suehiro ... Takeo Ishida, as a Boy
Peter Kwong ... Masaaki Ishida, as a Boy
Arthur Song Arthur Song ... Masaaki Ishida


A Japanese man, bitter over the grief that he believes Wonder Woman caused him in W.W.II, unleashes his telekinetic powers against her.

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30 September 1977 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


At about 8 minutes in, when Wonder Woman opens the vault, you hear Steve say "OK Linda". See more »


There is a World War II flashback in which we see the character Ishida (Yuki Shimoda) and his brother as young boys making their way through an American minefield after escaping from a Japanese internment camp. Wonder Woman comes to rescue them, but instead of wearing her World War II costume, she's wearing her Seventies costume. See more »


Steve Trevor, Jr.: I wonder how that got in my typewriter.
Joe Atkinson: I don't know, but I could check it out.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: If Wonder Woman typed it, someone would have reported seeing her.
Joe Atkinson: You could hardly miss her!
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Sometimes, reliving your childhood only leads to disappointment.
5 December 2017 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

An embittered Japanese man, Takeo Ishida (Yuki Shimoda), blames Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) for the death of his brother during WWII. Using his psychokinetic powers, which are enhanced by a special machine, he puts into action his plan for revenge.

Episode three of Season two shows very little sign of improvement in terms of script, acting or direction—this is tawdry comic-book trash that is only bearable thanks to the presence of Lynda Carter, an object of beauty for boys to lust over and a powerful female role-model for girls to look up to. But even with the charms of lovely Lynda, this is hard going.

Thankfully, I only have the first three episodes on my Season 2 Vol.1 DVD, making this as good a place as any to bid the sexy super-heroine farewell.

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