Superchicks: A Guide to TV's Wonder Woman and Isis (BRBTV Fact Book Series, Book 4)
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Title: Superchicks: A Guide to TV's Wonder Woman ...
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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They remain television icons to this day ... Lynda Carter's stunning primetime Wonder Woman and Joanna Cameron's Saturday-morning Isis, inspiring a generation of females growing up in the 1970s by their strength, beauty, smarts and grace. Debuting within two months of each other in 1975, they were the first two female superheroes to have their own live-action American TV shows, captivating millions of viewers with a magical spin and an "Oh, mighty Isis!"
Longtime classic-television analyst BRBTV presents your fun reference guide to both the "Wonder Woman" and "Isis" series in one jam-packed volume, SUPERCHICKS. You'll learn all kinds of zany facts as you relive the moments, go behind the scenes, and even hear from many individuals involved in the shows, such as "WW" story editor Anne Collins-Ludwick and prime stuntgal Jeannie Epper, as well as all three principal stars of "Isis," Cameron, Brian Cutler and Joanna Pang Atkins.
SUPERCHICKS takes the feature stories and episode synopses of the "Wonder Woman" and "Isis" BRBTV Reports on Kindle and adds a whole lot to them for each show: cast list, character guide, full text of the original BRBTV interviews with cast and crew, notable behind-the-scenes quotes, merchandise guide and more. The volume follows the format of the other books in the BRBTV fact book series to serve as an at-your-side reference guide and analysis of these beloved classic TV shows. Author Billie Rae Bates is an avid fan who watched these shows voraciously when they originally aired in the '70s, and it shows!
From the same place you'll find guides to "Dallas," "Dynasty" and "The Dukes of Hazzard" comes this fact book any fan of "Wonder Woman" or "Isis" will enjoy, complete with a luscious cover design by talented artist and "WW" fan Dale Cuthbertson! To learn more about BRBTV or see the other books and reports, visit BRBTV.com.
A journalist of both print and broadcast, Billie Rae Bates' work has included a decade in the daily newspaper industry in Detroit; Saginaw, Mich.; and Wausau, Wis., as well as years of on-camera hosting and correspondent work for TV shows in Detroit and Washington, D.C. She indulges her love of classic television through the BRBTV series of fact books and reports, covering all aspects of greats such as "Dallas," "Dynasty" and "The Dukes of Hazzard" with interviews, episode guides and fun facts. Since 2006, BRB has kept up a news blog focusing on classic TV shows, and she's also blogged for Congoo.com and the OohLifestyle.com. She reviews books for Foreword Reviews, and she's the creator, writer and photographer of two yearlong photo essays, the much-discussed "My Mother's Clothing" and "The Inexplicable Lives of Dolls." She's written three novels, two of which are set in Detroit, and she's been known to do some acting, as well!
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