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3/04/2023 1:23 pm  #1

Wonder Woman (1974 TV Movie)

Wonder Woman

Real Name: Diana Prince

Identity/Class: Human empowered by the Greek gods

Occupation: Amazon warrior, government agent

Affiliations: Amazons, United States government

Enemies: Various criminal organizations, super villains, and threats to national security

Known Relatives: Hippolyta (mother)

Aliases: Diana Prince

Base of Operations: Washington D.C.

First Appearance: "Wonder Woman" TV movie (1974)

Powers/Abilities: Wonder Woman possesses a number of abilities, including:

    Super strength: Wonder Woman is incredibly strong, able to lift heavy objects and overpower opponents.
    Flight: She can glide through the air with the aid of her magical lasso.
    Invulnerability: Wonder Woman is highly resistant to injury and is able to withstand bullets, explosions, and other forms of damage.
    Divine weaponry: She wields a magical golden lasso that can compel anyone to tell the truth and a set of indestructible bracelets that can deflect projectiles.
    Combat skills: Wonder Woman is a highly skilled fighter, trained in various forms of martial arts and armed combat.

History: Diana Prince was an Amazon warrior from the hidden island of Themyscira, where she was raised by her mother, Queen Hippolyta. When American pilot Steve Trevor crash-landed on the island, Diana was chosen to accompany him back to the United States as an ambassador for the Amazons.

Once in America, Diana became a government agent working undercover as a civilian, using the identity of Diana Prince. Using her superhuman abilities and divine weaponry, she fought against various threats to national security, including criminals, super villains, and even extraterrestrial invaders.

In her civilian identity, Diana worked at the War Department as an assistant to Steve Trevor, who had become her friend and ally. She also had a close relationship with her mentor, IADC agent Joe Atkinson, who provided her with intelligence and support.

Despite the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated world, Diana remained committed to her mission to protect the innocent and fight for justice.

Comments: This version of Wonder Woman, played by actress Cathy Lee Crosby, was featured in a TV movie produced by Warner Bros. in 1974. While it differed from the more well-known comic book version of the character, it still showcased Wonder Woman's heroic qualities and showcased her as a symbol of female empowerment.

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