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Lynda Carter
Lydna Carter as Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman cartoon
Wonder Woman "Formicida" (1978)
Directed by Alan Crosland
Wonder Woman's red, white and blue costume displayed a number of five-pointed stars, similar to the USA flag. A close-up in this episode shows a five pointed star—not a pentagram—on her headband.
Debra Winger appeared as Wonder Woman's sister Drusilla, or "Wonder Girl", in a two-part television episode, "The Feminum Mystique" and again in the final episode of the first season, "Wonder Woman in Hollywood", in which her costume displayed pentagram-like stars.

Wonder Woman. (1975-1979) "Formicida" Written by Katharyn Michaelian Powers, William M. Marston, Charles Moulton. Friday, 3 November 1978, Production Code 166833. Lynda Carter, Lyle Waggoner, John Randolph, Frank Farmer, Jim Nolan, Carol Carrington, Ben Young, Stan Haze, Lorene Yarnell, Robert Shields. Robert Alda. Neil Elliot. Runtime: 74 min. USA, English, Color, Mono. The DC Comics superheroine was created by William Moulton Marston—psychologist and inventor of the forerunner of the polygraph "lie detector"— in All Star Comics No. 8 (December 1941).
See "Gault's Brain" [00:11:10] for an inverted five-pointed star.
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