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Wonder Woman - Last of the Two-Dollar Bills

episode 1.8

USA 1977
produced by
Wilfred Ralph Baumes, Douglas S. Cramer (executive) for the Douglas S. Cramer Company, Warner Brothers/ABC
directed by Stuart Margolin
starring Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, James Olson, Barbara Anderson, David Cryer, Richard Eastham, Beatrice Colen, Richard O'Brien, Victor Argo, Don Eitner, Dean Harens, Michael Dan Wagner
screenplay by Paul Dubov, Gwen Bagni, based on the comic created by William Moulton Marston, published by DC Comics

TV-series
Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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This time around, the Nazis want to destroy American economy as such by printing their own two Dollar bills, and to that end, German top agent Wotan (James Olson) brings with him two agents who are the exact replicas of Hank Rollins (David Cryer), head of the Bureau of Printing and Egraving and his wife Maggie (Barbara Anderson), who runs a coffeeshop right across the street, and who of course replace Hank and Maggie before long.

But Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter), in her identity as Yeoman first class Diana Prince, has soon noticed that there is something fishy about the coffeeshop, and soon enough she dkiscovers the real Hank and Maggie locked up in the basement ... when it's almost too late, because Wotan has already gotten his hands on the two Dollar-engraving plates, hased set up explosives at the Bureau of Printing and Egraving and has already made it to the beach to wait for a sub to pick him up.

But of course, Diana Prince can stop him just in time while Major Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner), Diana's boss in civil life can prevent the explosives from going up ...

And once more the USA (and its economy) is saved ...

 

Despite Lynda Carter changing into her Wonder Woman costume simply by twirling around (I just love these scenes for their campiness) numerous times and her doing some hilarious leapt through the air, this is one of the duller episodes of the series, as the actual story about Nazi doppelgangers and engraving plates just fails to come to life.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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