Wonder Woman 1967

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Zum Glück habe ich die Serie von 1976 nicht gesehen. Zum Glück habe ich kein einziges Wonder Woman-Comic. Zum Glück schlingert der neue Wonder Woman-Film so vor sich hin. Zum Glück schaffte es die Wonder Woman-Serie der Greenway Productions, die auch schon die Peng-Zack-Bumm-Batman-Serie verbrochen hat, nicht ins Fernsehen.

Kein Wunder, nach so einem Piloten..


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  1. imYemeth

    Da darf man OMG sagen, oder?

  2. TR33

    Moooment, was heist hier “Peng-Zack-Bumm-Batman-Serie verbrochen”?
    Finde immer noch das war die beste Batman-Serie überhaubt!(OK, war auch glaub ich auch die einzige außer den Zeichentrickserien). Und in den späteren Filmen hat er nicht einmal mehr getanzt….

  3. Chris

    Hey, das ist niemals die Original-Serie mit Lynda Carter, sondern offensichtlich eine Parodie.

  4. Batzman

    “if Wonder Womans Jet is invisible, how does she remember where shes parked it?”

  5. Chris

    ja und?

  6. Dog Hollywood

    Was uns Renington damit sagen möchte, war: “Zum Glück schaffte es die Wonder Woman-Serie der Greenway Productions, die auch schon die Peng-Zack-Bumm-Batman-Serie verbrochen hat, nicht ins Fernsehen.” (siehe oben)

    Knapp 10 Jahre später erschien dann die andere Wonder-Woman Serie mit Lynda Carter im Fernsehen.

  7. Peter Noster

    Apropos Wonder Woman. Habe neulich diesen netten Family Guy Clip zu dem Thema gesehen:

  8. Chris

    Danke, mir war nicht bekannt, dass es noch eine Serie gab. Dies geht auch nur indirekt aus dem Eintrag hervor, weshalb ich eine Bemerkung, wie “Lesen hilft” einfach nur bescheuert finde.

  9. Renington Steele

    joa, ich bin derzeit auch bescheuert drauf, mein fehler. im ernst. sorry.

  10. Chris

    Okay, angenommen…
    Viele Grüsse

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