The Amazon princess returns once again for the third and final season of the wonderfully dated, iconic super series Wonder Woman
. These final 24 episodes are the epitome of late-'70s television: high in camp, filled with semi-famous special guest stars, riddled with sexual innuendos, and a showcase for all the trends of the time. This time around Wonder Woman must face, and stop, mind-controlling music in "Disco Devil" (with special guest star Wolfman Jack). On "Skateboard Wiz," Wonder Woman teams up with a skateboarding teen to uncover an illegal gambling ring. Capitalizing on the roller coaster craze, the series finale "The Phantom of the Roller Coater Parts 1 & 2" (with special guest star Ike Eisenmann) has our hero battling surveillance planting spies in the tunnels beneath the "Fun Universe" amusement park. But all kidding aside, Wonder Women still stands the test of time as one of the best comic book television series ever. Its legendary status can be easily be attributed to Lynda Carter and her perfect performance as the beautiful, powerful, and patriotic Amazonian princess. --Rob Bracco
Megalomaniacs. Spies. Thieves. Phantoms. Mad scientists. The world is full of dangerous people. But don't fear -- Wonder Woman is here! Lynda Carter returns as Wonder Woman for all 24 episodes of the third and final thrill-packed season of the series. Teamed with flint-jawed government agent Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner) and using the alias of Diana Prince, Wonder Woman whips out her bracelets and lariat to battle evil. And what a battle it is. Her foes include a time traveler from the year 2155, a brain with no body, a dating service that's serving up death, bazillions of hungry ants and a sculptor whose statues come to life and become his partners in crime. Wonder Woman saved the best adventures for last!
DVD Features:Audio Commentary:By Lynda Carter on "My Teenage Idol is Missing" - Disc 1.Featurette:"Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon" -- A featurette on Wonder Woman's influence as a female role model - includes interviews w/ Lynda Carter "Wonder Woman"; Dawn Heinecken, Author of "The Women Warriors of Television"; Nina Jaffe, Author of Wonder Woman children's books; Karen Berger- VP/Executive Editor Vertigo and Wonder Woman Editor 1986-1991; Lillian Robinson, Author of "Wonder Women: Feminisms and Superheroes" (DISC 4)