Lynda Carter busted out with a boom-boom in 1976 as TV's super-chesty superhero Wonder Woman. Fans were instantly lassoed by the way Lynda overflowed from the front of her ultra-tight patriotic costume with her long legs and athletic build. But when Lynda retired Wonder Woman's eagle-adorned bustier (oh, how those wings flapped), audiences grabbed their remotes for more jiggle action. Sharp-eyed Lynda lovers sought out her obscure drive-in flick Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw (1976) (filmed the year before she became Wonder Woman), a shoot-'em-up featuring three shots of Lynda's big guns. Technically, Bobbie Jo boasts only brief nudity, but how brief can anything be when it involves the awesome amplitude of Lynda's love pillows? Our only other look at Lynda's part-ers came in the Danielle Steele adaptation Daddy (1991). And it was Wonder-ful.
Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines (2012) - as Herself