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Wonder Woman : Deadly dolphin, Stolen faces

Author: Lyle WaggonerLynda CarterWilliam Moulton MarstonStanley Ralph RossMark RodgersAll authors
Publisher: Terre Haute, IN : Columbia House, 2001.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In "Deadly Dolphin," Diana Prince has a mystery to solve: a dolphin named Bluebird--which spent four years as an "agent" for the government--has gone missing. Initially everyone believes that Bluebird was lost at sea, but then it arrived in Los Angeles from the Caribbean, arriving just two weeks after it had vanished. The time span, Diana realizes, is too short, indicating that someone must have kidnapped the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videocassettes
Film adaptations
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lyle Waggoner; Lynda Carter; William Moulton Marston; Stanley Ralph Ross; Mark Rodgers; Charles B FitzSimons; Re-tv Video.; Columbia House Video.
OCLC Number: 732840842
Notes: Air Date: December 1, 1978 and Air Date: December 15, 1978.
Credits: Developed for television by Stanley Ralph Ross ; based on characters created by Charles Moulton.
Performer(s): Lynda Carter and Lyle Waggoner.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videocassette (100 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Deadly dolphin --
Stolen faces.
Other Titles: Stolen faces
Deadly dolphin
Responsibility: produced by Charles B. Fitzsimons and Mark Rodgers.

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In "Deadly Dolphin," Diana Prince has a mystery to solve: a dolphin named Bluebird--which spent four years as an "agent" for the government--has gone missing. Initially everyone believes that Bluebird was lost at sea, but then it arrived in Los Angeles from the Caribbean, arriving just two weeks after it had vanished. The time span, Diana realizes, is too short, indicating that someone must have kidnapped the dolphin. As Wonder Woman, Diana uncovers the ruth behind Bluebird's disappearance: real estate magnate Silas Lockhart is planning on strapping explosives to Bluebird's back, then sending him out to sea to detonate a tanker carrying 500,000 tons of crude oil. The resulting spill, Lockhart reasons, will allow him to snap up nearby real estate he feels is vital to his empire. "Stolen Faces" begins with a child being rescued from a crumbling building by someone who appears to be Wonder Woman, but the supposed super heroine is rendered unconscious and rushed to the hospital. Diana visits her there and is stunned to see the physical similarity between this woman and Diana's alter-ego. Digging further, she learns that fashion designer Edgar Percy has developed a means of creating incredibly realistic looking life masks that "transforms" the wearer into whoever they are supposed to be. Percy's plan is to use doubles of Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor and agents from IADC to rob the rich and famous that are scheduled to attend his next fashion event.

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