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Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman Wore Six Different Costumes

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We all know the costume Lynda Carter wore as Wonder Woman -- the star-spangled shorts, the golden eagle bustier, how could anyone forget? Yet on the TV show, which ran from 1975-79, she actually wore several other getups depending on the situation: (1) the white athletic outfit in the series pilot, (2) the "western" outfit from the "Bushwhackers" episode, (3) the full-length blue spandex body suit, which does double-duty as a wetsuit or a motorcross outfit, (4) a "formal" outfit, which includes a blue skirt and a red, white and blue cape, and (5) a second Paradise Island outfit. A girl's gotta have options.