Do you have the power to pass the Wonder Woman TV trivia quiz?

Now this is what we call the Carter Era.

Wonder Woman! All the world is waiting for you… and the power you possess!

What a groovy theme song! When we think Wonder Woman, we think Lynda Carter. The actress played the part to perfection in the 1970s. Today, the DC Comics character is a big-screen icon. But, back in the day, she was twirling her way into our hearts for three seasons of action-packed television.

Let's see how well you remember this pioneering superhero show. Try to soar like an invisible jet and get 18 or more correct.
  1. What is the Wonder Woman's name?
  2. Wonder Woman comes from which island on the TV show?
  3. Wonder Woman's lasso possesses what special power?
  4. Complete this lyric from the theme song: "In your _______ tights / Fighting for your rights."
  5. This Academy Award-nominated actress portrayed Wonder Woman's little sister, Wonder Girl.
  6. What was Wonder Girl's real name?
  7. Before playing Steve Trevor, Lyle Waggoner was nearly cast to play which comic book hero on TV?
  8. How many seasons take place in the 1940s?
  9. What was the name of this little robot that helped Wonder Woman?
  10. The beeping "voice" of this robot was a sound effect taken from which Looney Tunes cartoon character?
  11. Cloris Leachman, Carolyn Jones and Beatrice Straight all played Queen Hippolyta. How many of them won Academy Awards?
  12. Wonder Woman's bracelet are made from what mythical metal?
  13. Beatrice Colen (Happy Days) played this ally of Wonder Woman in season one. The character also appears in the comics and on the big screen.
  14. This dog "Tiger" from the episode "The Girl from Ilandia" also played the family dog on which sitcom?
  15. This designer made the costumes for Wonder Woman.
  16. This popular disc jockey appeared in the episode "Disco Devil."
  17. 'Wonder Woman' originally aired on what two networks?
  18. This actress first portrayed Wonder Woman in a 1974 TV movie.
  19. Wonder Woman is headquartered and mainly set in what city?
  20. Wonder Woman worked for the IADC. What did that stand for?
  21. A super-intelligent computer named IRAC assists Wonder Woman on the show. What does IRAC stand for?
  22. Lynda Carter signed a modeling contract with this cosmetics company in 1977.
  23. These two villains, Fausta and Morgana, have something in common. What is it?
  24. Speaking of villains, Lorene Yarnell portrayed Formicida. What made Yarnell famous in the 1970s?
  25. When she was younger, Lynda Carter sang in a band called The Relatives. What 'M*A*S*H' actor played drums in the same band?

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WonderGeorge 35 months ago
24 out of 25 - not bad for a guy who caught onto Wonder Woman in 1976, at the age of 13!
Michael51202800 65 months ago
100% One of my favorite shows, but some questions were really not related.
EllisClevenger 65 months ago
You got 18 out of 25
You smashed right through that! Truly wonderful!
JeffTanner 65 months ago
You got 21 out of 25 ---------------You smashed right through that! Truly wonderful!
EmBee 65 months ago
That question about Lyle almost portraying Batman...The way it was phrased made it sound like he turned it down or was offered the WW role immediately after not getting the other role. Batman was a decade earlier. Yes it WAS technically 'before' WW but it was misleading.
Geronimo EmBee 65 months ago
Waggoner did a screen test for Batman. He was to serious in his test and the role was made perfect for Adam West being he did comedic roles before that.
thedude1500 65 months ago
Yarnell also was the body of Dot Matrix in Spaceballs (voiced by Joan Rivers)
Geronimo thedude1500 65 months ago
Sadly, Yarnell died
Bobbo 65 months ago
20/25! Had to guess on a few of ‘em.
Barry22 65 months ago
18/25, never thought it was a good show, but Lynda Carter was really good. Now, time for me to spin around.
TomTerrrific 65 months ago
I got 22/25 and I'm surprised I got that many. I was a dull show for the most part. I'm not surprised that it was developed for television by Stanley Ralph Ross, who was one of the writers for the Batman series.
Geronimo TomTerrrific 65 months ago
Stanley Ralph Ross developed Wonder Woman for television. He was a director of the 1966 Batman TV show mainly for Catwoman episodes.
TomTerrrific Geronimo 65 months ago
My point is that real fans of Batman tended to hate that show because it was a parody. Real fans of Wonder Woman tended to hate that show for pretty much the same reason. :)
MrsPhilHarris 65 months ago
16 out of whatever. I don't think think I've ever watched Wonder Woman.
Geronimo MrsPhilHarris 65 months ago
Sadly, you dont care
anthony 65 months ago
15/25.Everybody is posting 28 questions when there were only 25.I almost did and i was going to correct cperryapples,then i realized Metv screwed up and gave everybodys tally with 28 instead of 25 questions and he was the only one to pick up on it.I'm surprised he didn't mention it.So everybody did better then they thought.
Geronimo anthony 65 months ago
Not true
AndrewHass 65 months ago
I was 16/28 but considering i guessed on a lot of the questions i think did okay.
Geronimo AndrewHass 65 months ago
cperrynaples 65 months ago
21/25! Missed 8 [I will ALWAYS insist that there were 2 ABC seasons, the first one just wasn't weekly], 9, 14 [that dog is not BB Tiger, he was run over by a car] and 15 [Lagerfeld died today [RIP], so he was on my mind]! 1 is improperly written, it should read "What is Wonder Woman's name?"! Finally, yes I did see the Cathy Lee Crosby movie!
daDoctah cperrynaples 65 months ago
And do you remember who played the villain in that Cathy Lee Crosby version of Wonder Woman? A villain named Abner Smith with an accent that simply does not go with that name.
cperrynaples daDoctah 65 months ago
I don't remember that, I just thought WW isn't blonde and doesn't wear minidresses!
TomTerrrific daDoctah 65 months ago
Ricardo Montalban, wasn't it? I definitely liked the Cathy Lee Crosby movie better than the Lynda Carter series. She got to face off against Nubia, the black Wonder Woman, playing by (if my memory isn't playing tricks on me) the beautiful Jayne Kennedy.
teire 65 months ago
17/28. On a roll for the first dozen questions, the rest were hit or miss ( lots of misses).
Lucyneenah19701 65 months ago
15 out of 28. I was sure that the little robot was named Ira. Beatrice Colen was also was Marcia on Happy Days. Tiger the Dog was also named Tiger on The Brady Bunch.
Beatrice was the angry roller-skating waitress at Arnold's. She was dropped when the show went 3 camera in the third season!
MrsPhilHarris cperrynaples 65 months ago
I loved her character on Happy Days.
Corey Lucyneenah19701 65 months ago
That was Tiger #2. The original Tiger died after the first season. Tiger #2 was uncontrollable and was dropped.
Geronimo Lucyneenah19701 65 months ago
The little robot was Ira. MeTV was wrong. I watched every episode.
TomTerrrific Geronimo 65 months ago
They called the computer (IRAC) Ira, but they called the robot Rover. Usually Rover was in the room with the computer, leading to confusion about which one they were talking to.
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