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Wonder Woman had already made appearances in the short-lived Brady Bunch animated series The Brady Kids in 1972 and as Wonder Girl in The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure in 1967, but Super Friends was the first televised incarnation of the character that really stuck. Voiced by Shannon Farnon, the character appeared in every version of the show, which ran for 13 years, from 1973 to 1986.
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Cathy Lee Crosby
The 1974 version of Wonder Woman, a TV film that offered an extremely loose adaptation of the character, was not picked up for a series by ABC. Instead, the network opted to develop a different iteration of the show, which became the much more successful Lynda Carter series.
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Probably the defining live-action version of the character, former Miss World USA Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman first appeared in a TV movie, then in a three-season show that aired from 1975 to 1979. One gift the show gave to the world: Diana Prince's "spin transformation" into Wonder Woman, which was incorporated into later portrayals of the character.
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Cartoon Network ran this critically acclaimed animated version of the comic title from 2001 to 2004, before it morphed into Justice League Unlimited, which ran for three seasons. In both series, Wonder Woman was voiced by Susan Eisenberg.
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Wonder Woman appeared in South Park's ambitious three-part "Imaginationland" storyline in 2007 as a member of the Council of Nine, which consists of nine of the world's most revered imaginary characters. The other eight? Aslan, Gandalf, Glinda, Jesus, Luke Skywalker, Morpheus, Popeye and Zeus.
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JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE NEW FRONTIER
Part of a plethora of Justice League films released by DC Comics through Cartoon Network and Warner Brothers, The New Frontier had the distinction of being nominated for an Emmy in 2008. Wonder Woman was voiced here by none other than Xena herself, Lucy Lawless.
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THE LEGO MOVIE
DC Comics' licensing agreement with LEGO meant that a number of popular DC heroes – including Batman, Superman and Green Lantern – made appearances in 2014's The LEGO Movie. For Wonder Woman, voiced by Cobie Smulders, it was the character's first feature film appearance.
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Gal Gadot was confirmed as the new Wonder Woman in 2013. She appeared in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and costars in Justice League Part One, out in November 2017. And, oh yeah, she's starring in the hotly anticipated Wonder Woman, out Friday, June 2.
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