One of the campiest TV shows ever was the 1960s Batman, whose success not only shaped television, but helped propel the careers of broadway stars like Eartha Kitt and Lee Merriweather into superstardom.
In order to capitalize on Batman’s success, ABC television scrambled to put together several pilots of the popular Wonder Woman comic book, until they struck gold with Mexican American model and dancer Lynda Carter whose on-screen charisma and gorgeous looks cemented the show and helped pave the way for today’s blockbuster films and television shows.
It also inspired thousands of hilarious videos of people transforming into Wonder Woman on YouTube:
Today we take a look at the campy 1970s TV show Wonder Woman, Stanley Ralph Ross Batman’s screenwriter and narrator and, composer Charles’ Fox chart topping theme songs and of course Super Tuesday. You are planning on voting today, right?
➤ Pete Buttigeig and Amy Klobuchar unexpectedly quit the Presidential race and endorse Joe Biden and despite low polling, Elizabeth Warren is still going forward, for now.
➤ Meanwhile, rallies for Bernie are off the hook with Mary Poppins’ Dick Van Dyke stopping by an event and the crowd cheered “We Love Dick!” Don’t we all?
➤ A women pees alcohol despite not drinking booze
➤ Madonna bursts into tears after falling off her chair and struggling to walk at her show in Paris.
➤ An exploding hammer festival in Mexico leaves 42 wounded.