Affiche Electra Woman and Dyna Girl
  • 1 saisons
  • 16 épisodes
  • Début :
    1976
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S01E01 The Sorcerer's Golden Trick 11/09/1976 A maximum security penitentiary houses the Sorcerer.  With a puff of smoke, he changes into his costume, replete with black cape with crescent moons and stars on it.  The Sorcerer vows to escape, and get revenge on the two who put him behind bars-- Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.  With another puff of smoke, he disappears. Meanwhile, Lori and Judy, reporters for Newsmakers magazine, are summoned back to Electra-base by an urgent Electra-comp call from Frank.  After an Electra-change into their superheroine costumes, Frank tells them the Sorcerer has escaped.  They don't have to look for the Sorcerer, he breaks in on the Crime-scope* secret frequency and appears on the screen.  The Sorcerer boldly announces he will steal all the gold in Fort Knox. The Crime-scope's screen shows the Sorcerer is heading to the County Museum.  Electra Woman and Dyna Girl speed there in their Electra-car.  Meanwhile, the Sorcerer has already stolen a priceless golden statue.  When Electra Woman and Dyna
S01E02 Glitter Rock 25/09/1976 The abandoned Magnolia Theatre, in the seedy, rundown section of town, serves as a hideout for the notorious criminal Glitter Rock and his sideman Side Man. Glitter Rock can control people's minds with his hypnotic guitar chords-- and he has a plan for world domination. Meanwhile, in the good side of town, Lori has just returned from her high school reunion with her friend Alex, who is now King Alex the 10th of Tourembourg. Around his neck he wears the Key of Tourembourg, which holds a unique blue gem made of rare Tarronium; whoever wears the Key is the rightful ruler of Tourembourg. Later, in Electra-base, Frank gives Electra Woman and Dyna Girl his latest invention to add to their Electra-comps: the Electra-vibe, which can pulverize 10-ton boulders, knock down concrete walls. (Our heroines only need to ""punch up the basic program with a variable Z warp."") Meanwhile Side Man, disguised as a chauffeur, takes King Alex to a ""private rock concert""-- he is really kidnapping King
S01E03 Empress of Evil 09/10/1976 At Electra-base, Frank is completing work on his newest Electra-comp attachment : the Electra-split. Just then, the Empress of Evil breaks through on the Crime-scope screen. There is an electrical storm, and a moment later the Empress of Evil appears before Frank! He runs his hands right through her, as if she's a hologram, though she boasts he will find no hidden projectors. The Empress vanishes, and Frank summons our superheroines to Electra-base. Electra Woman tries her new Electra-split on a one-quart glass bottle-- it is split into two identical bottles! However, Frank cautions: ""The effect of the Electra-split beam is to leave both objects in an unstable condition."" Frank picks up one bottle, and easily shatters it by clenching his fingers. Frank also points out that the Electra-split doesn't work on humans-- noting that could be a safety factor. Meanwhile, Lucrecia and the Empress-- in their hideout decorated with skulls! -- plan to rule the world. Then the Empress appe
S01E04 Ali Baba 23/10/1976 Ali Baba and his sinister Genie use a magnetic ray as a tractor-beam to bring down the private airplane of Russian scientist Professor Nabakov, who was on his way to a big scientific convention being attended by scientists from all over the world; they kidnap him. By sheer coincidence, Lori and Judy are at the International Scientific Convention HQ, covering the convention for Newsmaker magazine. They are summoned by Frank; our heroines Electra-change and dash into Electra-base. Frank tells them the kidnapped Professor had invented a new Metamorphosis formula-- which can change people into their exact opposites. Ali Baba appears on the Crime-scope viewing monitor; he boasts that he has captured the Professor. Frank has Crime-scope zero in on the point of transmission: Ali Baba's lair. Then, Frank gives our heroines his latest attachment for their Electra-comps: the Electra-freeze, which can drop the temperature of any object far below freezing. Electra Woman tests it on a s
S01E05 Return of the Sorcerer 06/11/1976 The Municipal Records Building is exhibiting English historical and mythological artifacts-- including Merlin's Mirror, once the prized possession of King Arthur's magician. The Sorcerer and Miss Dazzle appear and, in a pull of smoke, vanish-- stealing Merlin's Mirror. Meanwhile, Lori and Judy are looking at the famous Benini Clock: a golden clock with golden cherubs on each side. Lori tells Judy that it's one of the world's most valuable art treasures, worth millions. Suddenly, it disappears before their disbelieving eyes! Electra Woman and Dyna Girl speed to Electra-base where Frank informs them that Crime-scope has already detected a space-time continuum disturbance of unknown origin. Dyna Girl says, ""Electra-confusing."" The Sorcerer appears on Crime-scope's screen and boasts that he will steal the Crown Jewels of England next (also at the Municipal Records Building), and challenges Electra Woman and Dyna Girl to stop him. But first, Frank gives our heroines a new Elect
S01E06 The Pharaoh 20/11/1976 The famed ""Museum of the 7 Seas"" awaits its gala debut. The museum's star attraction is its exhibit of priceless Egyptian artifacts from the tomb of King Ramses the 2nd. That nefarious villain the Pharaoh emerges from a sarcophagus and holds out his staff-- which sprays green mummifying gas, knocking out the museum guard. The Pharaoh and Cleopatra then steal an 18-inch wooden pyramid on display-- it holds the key to unlimited power. By happy coincidence, Lori and Judy just happen to be covering the story of the museum's debut for Newsmakers magazine. The guard recovers from his attack, and tells our heroines that the pyramid of King Ramses was stolen. Lori contacts Frank at Electra-base via her Electra-comp. Crime-scope determines the 3 most likely suspects: 2 are in prison, leaving only, as Frank says, ""The most precocious philanderer this side of the Nile."" ""The Pharaoh!"" our heroines exclaim. At the Pharaoh's lair, he holds the pyramid, saying it's rightfully his since he
S01E07 The Spider Lady 04/12/1976 Narrator: ""This is the embassy of the tiny country of Baklava. It serves as the shrine of the Golden Spider God."" Lori and Judy, as reporters for Newsmakers magazine, are trying to interview the untalkative Monk. Unbeknownst to them, the 3rd lady reporter is in her secret identity-- she leaves the room, and changes into the notorious Spider Lady! She is joined by her henchmen: Spinner and Leggs. (They all wear outfits like ""Spider-Man"".) Spider Lady will set a trap to get the Golden Spider Idol-- she'll have Electra Woman steal it for her! Our superheroines go back to Electra Base. Frank has just developed the Electra-X. To demonstrate it, he asks Electra Woman to punch up the basic program with a Variable ""113 minus X"" grid, on the Crime Scope computer. It works like an X-Ray, we now see Frank as a skeleton! Dyna Girl says, ""Great gimmick for Halloween!"" The Electra-X's real purpose, of course, is to expose disguised criminals. And Electra Woman and Dyna Girl will be able to us
S01E08 Return of the Pharaoh 18/12/1976 Narrator: ""The Coptic Eye-- the sacred mystic symbol of the ancient Egyptians. But the great Pharaohs, for whom it was so important, are all gone-- with one regrettable exception."" In their secret lair, gazing at a replica of the Coptic Eye, are Electra Woman and Dyna Girl's old nemeses: The Pharaoh and the notorious Princess Cleopatra. The Pharaoh says that with the Coptic Eye's extraordinary powers, he could rule the world. The Coptic Eye is buried deep in the main chamber of King Tut's pyramid in Egypt. However, entrepreneur Mr. McLintock has recently spent billions of dollars to have the entire pyramid brought, stone by stone, 6,000 miles from Egypt to just outside the city, as a tourist attraction. By coincidence, Lori and Judi, ace reporters for Newsmakers magazine, are interviewing Mr. McLintock at this very moment. Due to an ancient curse, the tourists stopped coming-- now Mr. McLintock plans to ""seal up the pyramid forever."" Just then, Lori and Judi get a signal on thei
S01E09 Return of the Sorcerer (1) 00/00/0000 PART 1 The Municipal Records Building is exhibiting English historical and mythological artifacts-- including Merlin's Mirror, once the prized possession of King Arthur's magician. The Sorcerer and Miss Dazzle appear and, in a pull of smoke, vanish-- stealing Merlin's Mirror. Meanwhile, Lori and Judy are looking at the famous Benini Clock: a golden clock with golden cherubs on each side. Lori tells Judy that it's one of the world's most valuable art treasures, worth millions. Suddenly, it disappears before their disbelieving eyes! Electra Woman and Dyna Girl speed to Electra-base where Frank informs them that Crime-scope has already detected a space-time continuum disturbance of unknown origin. Dyna Girl says, ""Electra-confusing."" The Sorcerer appears on Crime-scope's screen and boasts that he will steal the Crown Jewels of England next (also at the Municipal Records Building), and challenges Electra Woman and Dyna Girl to stop him. But first, Frank gives our heroines a new Elect
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S01E11 The Pharaoh (1) 20/11/1976 PART 1 The famed ""Museum of the 7 Seas"" awaits its gala debut. The museum's star attraction is its exhibit of priceless Egyptian artifacts from the tomb of King Ramses the 2nd. That nefarious villain the Pharaoh emerges from a sarcophagus and holds out his staff-- which sprays green mummifying gas, knocking out the museum guard. The Pharaoh and Cleopatra then steal an 18-inch wooden pyramid on display-- it holds the key to unlimited power. By happy coincidence, Lori and Judy just happen to be covering the story of the museum's debut for Newsmakers magazine. The guard recovers from his attack, and tells our heroines that the pyramid of King Ramses was stolen. Lori contacts Frank at Electra-base via her Electra-comp. Crime-scope determines the 3 most likely suspects: 2 are in prison, leaving only, as Frank says, ""The most precocious philanderer this side of the Nile."" ""The Pharaoh!"" our heroines exclaim. At the Pharaoh's lair, he holds the pyramid, saying it's rightfully his since he
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S01E13 The Spider Lady (1) 00/00/0000 PART 1 Narrator: ""This is the embassy of the tiny country of Baklava. It serves as the shrine of the Golden Spider God."" Lori and Judy, as reporters for Newsmakers magazine, are trying to interview the untalkative Monk. Unbeknownst to them, the 3rd lady reporter is in her secret identity-- she leaves the room, and changes into the notorious Spider Lady! She is joined by her henchmen: Spinner and Leggs. (They all wear outfits like ""Spider-Man"".) Spider Lady will set a trap to get the Golden Spider Idol-- she'll have Electra Woman steal it for her! Our superheroines go back to Electra Base. Frank has just developed the Electra-X. To demonstrate it, he asks Electra Woman to punch up the basic program with a Variable ""113 minus X"" grid, on the Crime Scope computer. It works like an X-Ray, we now see Frank as a skeleton! Dyna Girl says, ""Great gimmick for Halloween!"" The Electra-X's real purpose, of course, is to expose disguised criminals. And Electra Woman and Dyna Girl will be able to us
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S01E15 Return of the Pharaoh (1) 18/12/1976 PART 1 Narrator: ""The Coptic Eye-- the sacred mystic symbol of the ancient Egyptians. But the great Pharaohs, for whom it was so important, are all gone-- with one regrettable exception."" In their secret lair, gazing at a replica of the Coptic Eye, are Electra Woman and Dyna Girl's old nemeses: The Pharaoh and the notorious Princess Cleopatra. The Pharaoh says that with the Coptic Eye's extraordinary powers, he could rule the world. The Coptic Eye is buried deep in the main chamber of King Tut's pyramid in Egypt. However, entrepreneur Mr. McLintock has recently spent billions of dollars to have the entire pyramid brought, stone by stone, 6,000 miles from Egypt to just outside the city, as a tourist attraction. By coincidence, Lori and Judi, ace reporters for Newsmakers magazine, are interviewing Mr. McLintock at this very moment. Due to an ancient curse, the tourists stopped coming-- now Mr. McLintock plans to ""seal up the pyramid forever."" Just then, Lori and Judi get a signal on thei
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