|"Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman"|
Season 1, Episode 3
|Airdate||April 28th, 1976|
|Writer||Bruce Shelly; David Ketchum|
|Producer||Wilford Lloyd Baumes; Douglas S. Cramer; Rod Holcomb|
|Starring||Lynda Carter; Lyle Waggoner|
|Previous||"Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther"|
|Next||"Beauty on Parade"|
"Fausta, the Nazi Wonder Woman" is the title to the third episode from season one of the superhero fantasy series Wonder Woman, which is based upon a character created by William Moulton Marston, who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The episode was directed by Barry Crane and written by Bruce Shelly and David Ketchum. It first aired on ABC on April 28th, 1974. In this episode, a Nazi athlete and spy named Fausta Grables undertakes a mission to the United States to uncover the secret behind Wonder Woman's magic lasso. She baits Wonder Woman into a trap, but masquerading as her at a war bonds rally.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lynda Carter||Wonder Woman/Diana Prince|
|Lyle Waggoner||Major Steve Trevor|
Guest Stars Edit
|Richard Eastham||General Phil Blankenship|
|Beatrice Colen||Etta Candy|
|Bo Brundin||Colonel Kesselman|
|Colby Chester||S.S. officer Horst|
|Jeff Cooper||Major Charlie Scott|
|Lynda Day George||Fausta Grables|
|Mary Rings||Peasant girl|
|Gene Biegouloff||Soldier #1|
|Kenneth Smedberg||Soldier #2|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc one, side B of the Wonder Woman: The Complete First Season DVD collection.
- This episode is production code number 166531.
- This episode adapts "Wanted by Hitler, Dead or Alive", which is the first story featured in Comic Cavalcade #2 (Spring, 1943). That story includes the first and only comic book appearance to date of Fausta Grables.
- This episode features two actresses playing a character named Wonder Woman whose first name is Lynda, with that particular spelling; Lynda Carter and Lynda Day George.
- Lynda Day George, who plays Fausta Grables, was the wife of actor Christopher George, who plays Rojak in this episode. Christopher George is best known for playing the role of Ben Richards on the TV series The Immortal. His wife appeared in two episodes of the show.
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- Fausta's henchman: Quick, tell me how do I make you helpless and take you prisoner?
- Wonder Woman: Remove my magic belt.
- Fausta's henchman: Is that the key to your strength?
- Wonder Woman: Yes, away from my home on Paradise Island.
- Fausta's henchman: Could this chloroform keep you unconscious?
- Wonder Woman: Yes.
- Fausta's henchman: Sleep peacefully Wonder Woman, you will wake in The Fatherland.
- Wonder Woman: Maybe all women can do wonders if put to the test.
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