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Wonder Woman: A BRBTV Report Billie Rae Bates

Wonder Woman: A BRBTV Report

Billie Rae Bates

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The theme song ... the costume ... the actress who was cast in the role ... they all live on in our pop culture, decades after this iconic TV show originally aired. For many fans, theres only been one Wonder Woman of the large or small screen.MoreThe theme song ... the costume ... the actress who was cast in the role ... they all live on in our pop culture, decades after this iconic TV show originally aired. For many fans, theres only been one Wonder Woman of the large or small screen. That was the ABC / CBS live-action show launched in 1975. And that was - most certainly - Lynda Carter.The weekly, hourlong, primetime series ran three seasons, turning a former beauty queen into a megastar virtually overnight as it paid tribute to the DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston in the 1940s. Spending its initial season in the World War II era then bringing the action up to the 70s, the show took Diana Prince and her Amazon alter ego through storylines and action that included a host of intriguing guest stars: Roddy McDowall, Joan Van Ark, Rick Springfield and many more.This BRBTV Report delivers up a magazine-length feature story examining the history and impact of this groundbreaking TV show. BRBTV talks to writers Anne Collins Ludwick and Alan Brennert, as well as cast member S. Pearl (Saundra) Sharp, stuntwoman Jeannie Epper, and others about their work and about the enduring legacy of the series. In addition to the feature story, youll see fun, original BRBTV episode synopses. Its all in a convenient, portable, Kindle format with photos appearing in color where available.From the same place youll find print reference guides to classicTV shows like Dallas, Dynasty and The Dukes of Hazzard, the BRBTVReports are not designed to be books.  Theyre shorter, snappier reads-- and oh-so conveniently electronic -- to celebrate the great TV showsyou love!