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Wonder Woman - Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman

episode 1.2

USA 1976
produced by
Wilfred Ralph Baumes, Douglas S. Cramer (executive) for the Douglas S. Cramer Company, Warner Brothers/ABC
directed by Byrry Crane
starring Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, Lynda Day George, Bo Brundin, Richard Eastham, Beatrice Colen, Christopher George, Mary Rings, Keene Curtis, Larry Ellis, Ron Lombard, Angelo Lazzo, Genadii Biegouloff, Ken Smedberg
screenplay by Bruce Shelley, David Ketchum, based on the comic created by William Moulton Marston, published by DC Comics

Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Seeing that Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) might pose a threat for Nazi spies in the USA, the Nazis, and especially Fausta Grabbles (Lynda Day George), super-intelligent multiple Olympic medal winner, decide they have to kidnap Wonder Woman, find out her secret and use them for the Nazi war efforts.

Fausta's first attempt to kidnap Wonder Woman though fails miserably, but she learns one important thing: that Wonder Woman's lasso of truth will force whoever is tied up in it to tell the truth ... a fact she uses against Wonder Woman in her next attempt to trap her:

During a bond rallye, FAusta poses as Wonder Woman giving a display of her strength, only to lure the real Wonder Woman out ... and fall through a trap door, where Wonder Woman, before she can react, is tied up with her own lasso and forced to give away her secrets, like that it is really her belt that gives her her superhuman powers ... So the Nazis take off her belt and ship her to Germany ...

Wonder Woman's closest friend Major Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner) learns this, takes a leave from his army service and flies over to Germany to save her ... but of course, Wonder Woman needs no saving: when she is to be interrogated, Fausta her captor gets into a fight with Oberst Kesselmann (Bo Brundin), who claims interrogations (read torture) are his responsibility, and thus he gives a shit about any old lasso of truth. And during their dispute, Wonder Woman somehow gets her belt back, breaks her chains and takes out al the Nazis singlehandedly, making good her escape.

Back in America, Wonder Woman, now posing as buttoned-up secretary Diana Prince, learns that Steve trevor is still in Germany though and has since fallen prisoner to Fausta and Kesselmann, so she decides to go back to Germany (in her invisible plane) to free him ...

Back in Germany, Fausta soon manages to capture Wonder Woman - and Steve with her - in an electrified pit, but once again she gets into a fight with Kesselmann. Ultimately, Wonder Woman convinces her that a woman of her intelligence and physical strength should not throw in with the Nazis who will never honour her accomplishments, and Fausta helps Wonder Woman and Steve out of the pit, but throws Kesselmann and everyone else in sight in. Finally, Fausta promises to Wonder Woman and Steve that she will now go underground and help the Allied Forces with their war efforts from within Germany ...


Something that is called Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman just cannot be all bad, and this Wonder Woman episode isn't. It's pretty much a comic strip come to life (not only in the literal sense), offering a very simplified version of World War II, but campy and (consciously) silly in the exactly right places. And Lynda Day George, not the greatest actress in the world, makes a good Fausta in this one.

Fun !!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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