The ’70s Wonder Woman TV Show Was Like Nothing Anyone Had Seen Before
Running on the heels of campy superhero shows like Batman and Shazam, Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman was much more daring with its stunts and action sequences. It was still full of kitsch, but at least there were no cartoon graphics every time a punch was thrown.
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