In German, Blonde spy and olympic athlete Fausta Grables informs Nazi Intelligence Colonel Kesselman of Operation Frauline, a plan to capture Wonder Woman. Fausta travels to Washington, D.C., and kidnaps Maj. Steve Trevor to use as bait. Yeoman Diana Prince receives a phone tip from Fausta as part
Appearing in "Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman"
- Fausta Grables (First appearance)
- Colonel Kesselmann
- Charlie Scott
- Unnamed peasant girl
Synopsis for "Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman"
In German, Blonde spy and olympic athlete Fausta Grables informs Nazi Intelligence Colonel Kesselman of Operation Frauline, a plan to capture Wonder Woman. Fausta travels to Washington, D.C., and kidnaps Maj. Steve Trevor to use as bait. Yeoman Diana Prince receives a phone tip from Fausta as part of a trap to lure Wonder Woman to a warehouse. Wonder Woman easily defeats the thugs who attack her, and uses her magic lasso to find out where Steve is hidden. Discovering the power of the magic lasso, Fausta comes up with a plan to use it against Wonder Woman. Fausta disguises herself as Wonder Woman, and appears at a War Bond rally. The real Wonder Woman arrives, and while attempting to prove she is the real heroine by exhibiting her superhuman strength, she falls through a trap door and is chloroformed by a Nazi operative. Dazed from the chloroform she is helpless to prevent herself from being bound by her own magic lasso, and forced to reveal her weakness. Wonder Woman tells the operative that her strength comes from her magic belt. Chloroformed unconscious, Wonder Woman is loaded into a waiting Car. Steve comes by to thank the disguised Fausta for Wonder Woman's help, but immediately suspects that she is a double. Steve and Etta chase Fausta in a borrowed cab, but are too late to prevent the Nazi Spy from flying Wonder Woman out of the country. Steve follows Wonder Woman to Germany, but because of Colonel Kesselman's comtempt for women, he foolishly allows Wonder Woman to get her magic belt back, and she escapes. Steve is captured, and Wonder Woman learns this, and rescues in. In the struggle, Kesselman tries to kill Fausta long with Wonder Woman and Steve, and the blonde changes sides. They escape the castle, and Fausta decices to remain in Germany to fight the Nazis. Steve has stolen the Nazi Double Agent list, bringing the allies six months closer to victory.
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Based on the Wonder Woman comic book story "Wonder Woman, Dead or Alive," featuring the character Fausta Grables.
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