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Wonder Woman - Judgment from Outer Space

episode 1.9, 1.10

USA 1977
produced by
Wilfred Ralph Baumes, Douglas S. Cramer (executive) for the Douglas S. Cramer Company, Warner Brothers/ABC
directed by Alan Crosland
starring Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, Tim O'Connor, Scott Hylands, Christiane Schmidtmer, Richard Eastham, Beatrice Colen, Kurt Kasznar, Peter Balakoff, Hank Brandt, George A.Cooper, Arch Johnson, Erik Holland, Janet MacLachlan, Vic Perrin, Fil Formicola, Pat Skelton
screenplay by Stephen Kandel, 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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Some interplanetary council has decided to destroy the earth, which - this being 1942 - is in the turmoils of a worldwide war - World War II, in case you wondered - and is on the verge of inventing nuclear weapons. However, councellor Andros (Tim O'Connor) speaks in favour of the earth, since he has lived there for the past 2000 years, and offers to the council to make a trip to earth to speak with earth leaders and thus to show everyone that there is still good in man.

First stop: USA. Unfortunately the US-army is so impressed by Andros' advanced weaponry - that includes a device to freeze people in motion - that they have him followed and constantly try to persuade him to give away his secrets. Only Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) it seems does truly understand him.

Before long though, Andros is abducted by enemy agents led by Paul Björnsen (Scott Hylands) and brought to Nazi Germany for questioning, believing him to be a top nuclear scientist ... and the interplanetary council has picked exactly this moment to strip Andros of his super powers. To free Andros, Wonder Woman and Major Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner) independently from each other decide to go to Germany as well to free Andros. However, somehow they both end up being captives of the Nazis as well, and future prospects seem grim ... but the interplanetary council has watched over proceedings carefully and after having seen Wonder Woman's and Steve Trevor's action has come to the conclusion that there is indeed something in man worth saving, and thus they return Andros his special powers ... and thus our trio can fight their way out of the Nazi stronghold, make it back to America, and Andros announces earth to be savwed from destruction - for at least another 50 years ...

 

Nazi Germany, aliens threatening to destroy earth, a naive alien visitor and this camp icon Wonder Woman all in one episode - this sounds nothing less than great. Unfortunately though this episode is one of the weaker ones of the series, mainly because it takes itself way too seriously and is cock-full of pacifist monologues to hammer home its message (not that there would be anything wrong with pacifism, it's dthe delivery of the message that's annoying), while at the same time the episode considerably lacks the camp fun factor one has come to identify with Wonder Woman - the first season, anyways. A bit of a disappointment, unfortunately.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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