In the very early stages of shooting the film, Carter was to play one of the Playboy Playmates who visit the troops.
The attractive celebrity creates a different picture in the head of each of her fans.
No idiot, Carter rode her Wonder Woman persona all the way to the bank for several decades, fulfilling the fantasies of over-the-hill fans of women in star-spangled bloomers and other bold fashion choices.
An updated take on western formula, the feature is a wily offering of exploitation cinema, resting somewhere between a sobering exploration of American violence and a broad sampling of bare breasts and gunplay, with Lester unsure where exactly he wants to land with this effort.
Before Lynda Carter locked down the part of '70s Wonder Woman, she made a film called Bobbie Jo And The Outlaw.
This has almost nothing to do with Bobbie Jo And The Outlaw, but it makes you wonder what sort of alternate career she might have had if not for Wonder Woman.