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Wonder Woman: Season 2 (1977)

Lynda Carter , Lyle Waggoner  |  NR |  DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner
  • Producers: Douglas Cramer
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 1, 2005
  • Run Time: 1094 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006Z2KZ2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,393 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Wonder Woman: Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 21 episodes plus a feature-length season premiere
  • Bonus documentary: Revolutionizing a Classic: From Comic Book to Television

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With World War II coming to an end, what will Amazonian Diana Prince (Lynda Carter) do for Wonder Woman's second season? Sporting the biggest continuity jump in TV history, Wonder Woman's new network (now on CBS from ABC) decided to catapult the show 35 years into the future into "modern day" Los Angeles, 1977. Not surprisingly, the 35 years haven't aged the immortal one bit. In fact, she seems to have gotten stronger, her super powers have increased, and her mind is sharper and focused on fighting the evils of the modern world: nuclear weapons, terrorists, aliens, and the mind controlling influences of rock music. Season 2 kicks off with the awesome hour-and-a-half season premiere, "The Return of Wonder Woman." Returning once again from Paradise Island, Diana Prince (a.k.a. Wonder Woman) teams up this time with former colleague Major Steve Trevor's son (still played by Lyle Waggoner) to protect humankind and to keep Paradise Island hidden from the free world. In the 21 episodes that follow, Wonder Woman will take on a nuclear facility planning to build near Paradise Island, a mad scientist plotting against the super heroine with telekinesis, mind-stealing aliens from outer space, an evil toymaker's demented androids, and a rock star(Martin Mull?!) who is using hypnosis to control the minds of his fans. In this new millennium, Wonder Woman may seem a bit cheesy to some, but to others this show and Lynda Carter represent the pinnacle of '70s television culture. Wonder Woman: The Complete Second Season is a completely satisfying guilty pleasure for those who want to indulge. --Rob Bracco

Product Description

What's Wonder Woman up to now? Flash forward 35 years from her stirring Season-One adventures defending America in World War II. Without missing a beat, Wonder Woman leaps from the big-band era to the disco decade, still miraculously young and still using wits, wiles and astonishing powers to fight evil. Season Two (21 episodes following a feature-length season premiere) introduces Wonder Woman to a new America of nuclear power and computers. Teamed with Steve Trevor, son of the dashing major she worked with during World War II, she takes the name Diana Prince - and takes on all kinds of danger from terrorists, mad geniuses, crooks and even a diabolical rock star while working for America's Inter-Agency Defense Command. Wonder Woman, we're proud you're on our side!

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Season Two At Last!!! December 8, 2004
Format:DVD
In addition to last year's Season One release, Warner Bros. is pleasing Lynda Carter fans everywhere with this new Season Two box set. As with last year's release we are benefited with goreous cover art depicting Wonder Woman in her new 70s outfit as in the series time flashes forward thirty years from the first season setting. In this new season, Wonder Woman returns to the outside world to help the son of 40s Steve Trevor as a secret agent in the Washington DC based IADC. The package comes in a four disc set containing the following episodes:

Disc 1: Side A - The Return of Wonder Woman; Anschluss '77; The Man Who Could Move the World Side B - The Bermuda Triangle Crisis; Knockout; The Pied Piper.

Disc 2: Side A - The Queen and the Thief; I Do, I Do; The Man Who Made Volcanoes Side B - Mind Stealers from Outer Space - 1; Mind Stealers from Outer Space - 2; The Deadly Toys

Disc 3: Side A - Light-Fingered Lady; Screaming Javelin; Diana's Disappearing Act Side B - Death in Disguise; I.R.A.C. Is Missing; Flight to Oblivion

Disc 4: Side A - Seance of Terror; The Man Who Wouldn't Tell Side B - The Girl from Ilandia; The Murderous Missile + Special Feature Documentary

Columbia House previously released the Wonder Woman series on video tape, but fortunately the DVD release contians some of the episodes that company had for some reason ignored on their release list, such as Pied Piper. Adding this DVD set to your collection is something you can enjoy over and over again.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonder Woman: The Legend Continues December 10, 2004
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Well what can I say, except yay! After ABC quietly shelved the war series, Warner sold the series to CBS where it was updated to the "contemporary" era and ran for 2 years. This is the first of those two sets. Now instead of the war department, Diana goes to work for the Inter Agency Defense Command, a sort of government security agency. Working with her was Steve Trevor Jr (again played by Lyle Waggoner) so the couple seemed unchanged. Replacing Blankenship and Etta from the war series was her new boss Joe Atkinson (played by Normann Burton best remembered as Will Giddings the first person to burn to death in Irwin Allen's Towering Inferno) a war veteran himself. Most of her opponents now were modern criminals, but she does get a run in with an ex Nazi living in South America, his doctor and a clone of Hitler in the first episode after the "contemporary" pilot. After the first few months however, Atkinson gets "bumped upstairs" and Steve Jr gets promoted leaving Diana to go alone on missions (most of the time and many times without her glasses as well). The most remembered character of the contemporary series would be the talking computer IRA who gave insight on the characters who would come down Diana's path on each mission. 1 episode (the season's only 2 parter "Mind Stealers From Outer Space" brings back Andros from the war series episode "Judgment From Outer Space" only he's now played by Dack Rambo as opposed to Tom O'Connor (there is confusing dialogue in this episode as first we hear this is the son of the original Andros, and then it appears to be the same one). Read more ›
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars BIG CHANGES FOR THE SECOND SEASON February 17, 2005
Format:DVD
I remember a TV critic at the time commenting that there were only two good things about the Wonder Woman TV show and they were both holding up Lynda Carter's strapless leotard. Ok...that may be a bit harsh but there's certainly no denying that it was the gorgeous, and well-endowed Lynda Carter that made so many young men, including myself, tune into the show back in the mid 1970's. She was a 14 year old boy's fantasy (along with Charlies Angels) back then. Season two brought some positive changes to the show. First, the show switched from ABC to CBS. Second, it was moved out of the WWII period to modern day to give it a little more to do rather than battle Nazi enemies. Lyle Waggoner is back as Steve Trevor only this time he is playing the son of the original Steve Trevor. The updated setting to modern times allowed much greater freedom for the writers to pit Wonder Woman against other threats and villians and was decidedly better than the first season. Also season two had a very strong comic feel to it, perfectly in line with what DC comics was doing at the time.

Notable season two episodes include:

"The Return of Wonder Woman" - It's now 35 years later after the end of the first season and Wonder Woman convinces her mother, the Queen of the Amazons, that she must once again go into the outside world to help protect the free world from its enemies as well as the secret of Paradise Island and its ancient culture.

"The Man who Could Move the World" - Wonder Woman is pitted against the awesome telekenetic powers of a Japanese man who was interned during World War 2 and has been planning revenge for 35 years.

"The Pied Piper" Guest starring Martin Mull and Eve Plumb of the Brady Bunch...
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars wonder woman season 2
Wonder Woman is a comic book favorite of mine put to film where she performs admirally She is a heroine of mine
Published 2 days ago by David A. Carter
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonder Woman is a delight for all ages
While certainly not a great show, Wonder Woman remains a delight for all ages. My little girls (5 and 7) love it, and the parents enjoy the cheesy 70's effects and storylines,... Read more
Published 16 days ago by Jeffrey Reddig
5.0 out of 5 stars No one...
No one does it better than Lynda Carter. It's so funny to catch up some of my favorite episodes - thank goodness for dvds.
Published 19 days ago by Orsayor Simmons
3.0 out of 5 stars The TV version was great, expect this DVD set to be more enjoyable.
Don't yet know, have not watched. Will watch in some later times. Expect to be a good choice set.
What else can I say, was a good TV show, will watch the disk set later on... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Harold Wootan
4.0 out of 5 stars Who didn't want to be Wonder Woman!!!
Classic and so nostalgic to sit and watch one of my favorite childhood sitcom, but now as an adult, I realize how bad the script was/is... Read more
Published 1 month ago by ThatGirlT
5.0 out of 5 stars WONDER WOMAN IS TERRIFIC
I CAN ONLY SAY HOW GREAT IT WAS TO
JOURNEY INTO A BRIEF SHOWING OF THE
WONDERFUL TIMES OF WONDER WOMAN.
Published 2 months ago by Jesse Earley
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonder Woman Is Awesome
My 11-year-old daughter has been asking me why they don't make any "girl super heroes"--so I was glad to find the old Wonder Woman series I could show her. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Jerry Battiste
5.0 out of 5 stars Typical '70s Action Show…And That's A Good Thing
I bought this for my wife so she could relieve part of her childhood, and we thought our 9-year-old daughter would like it, too. Right on both counts! Read more
Published 2 months ago by Semper Hokie
2.0 out of 5 stars New - but damaged ???
This was advertised as new but the disk was scratched when we opened it, such that we can't watch one of the episodes.
Published 2 months ago by L. Voce
5.0 out of 5 stars Vintage 1970's TV!
There is nothing to complain about here: Lynda Carter defined the character to the point where any time an actress is mentioned to reprise the role in film, the inevitable... Read more
Published 3 months ago by David
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