Superhero Wonder Woman made the leap from DC Comics to the small screen on the 1975 to 1979 series starring Lynda Carter. The Amazon beauty from Paradise Island fights ne'er-do-wells with her exceptional athleticism, not to mention bullet-deflecting bracelets and golden lasso.
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Carter dishes on going from DC Comics icon to Washington, D.C.
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"Technical difficulties" kept Lynda Carter from wearing a bikini.
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Do you prefer her in a blue wetsuit or a cape?
All the world is waiting for this!
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The actress risked her life for the perfect shot.
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Time-traveling trains and robot cops!
The TV icon teaches the new generation some old tricks.
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The 1970s TV series gets a modern twist.
Before "Jessie's Girl," he was brushing shoulders with the Brady Bunch and Wonder Woman.
Lynda Carter passes the torch to a new superhero.
Here's a hint: It's not in a museum.
The superhero's redesigned look and new trademarks lead to talks with the burger chain.
We take a look at the wonderfully groovy wardrobe of Wonder Woman.
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We could have sworn Gilligan's Island lasted more than 3 seasons!
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A Turkish craftsman is selling these. Sorry, no Batman bookshelf yet.
There was far more than cartoons on offer. The networks served up a kooky kaleidoscope of comedy, puppets and sci-fi.
The former Wonder Woman will lead the United States on the CW television series.
The fearless Lynda Carter actually performed some of her own stunts.
The small screen has long been home to heroes, from Mr. Terrific to Manimal.