Every 1970s Live-Action Superhero Show - Part 2 of 2 - #10-1

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  • Published on:  Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Part 2 of our Every 1970s Superhero Show! Welcome back to Retro Crunch for Part 2 of our RANKED List of Every Superhero TV show from the 1970s. Whether it’s a little boy that turns into a full grown superhero by saying SHAZAM, or guy that dresses like a spider to fight crime. The 70s had some great super heroes! And in this Part 2, were going to finally list the Top 10 greatest superheroes, so lets get started! ---🛑 SUBSCRIBE to Retro Crunch ► http://bit.ly/retrocrunchRetro and Nostalgia News about Current Pop Culture, Movies, Music, and Games that relates to all things Retro! I'm a Nostalgia Junkie. I collect old games, movies, toys, books, and memorabilia. I love talking about Nostalgia and Retro topics and keeping up with news about the things I love from way back when.---🛑 How to contact me!► Twitter - https://twitter.com/RetroCrunch84► Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/retrocrunch/------#liveaction #70ssuperheroes #superheroes #1970stvshows
  • Source: https://youtu.be/8FzHGGV96tY


  • Short Retort

    Short Retort

     4 months ago +136

    Believe it or not, The Greatest American Hero.

  • Ray Wideman

    Ray Wideman

     4 months ago +174

    Goodness Gracious Lynda Carter was a beautifully stunning woman. She’s still looks amazing to this day, but Lord, back in the 70’s she was just otherworldly.

  • TheFallinOfficer971


     4 months ago +197

    Who remembers before Lynda Carter got the role...in 1974 Cathy Lee Crosby played Wonder Woman..???

  • IndarkLove


     8 hours ago +2

    Amazing Times! Thank you so much for this upload!

  • David Johnson

    David Johnson

     4 months ago +92

    When I was a kid I had a crush on Isis. As an adult, I can confirm I had very good taste. Damn.

  • thesilencer1969


     a years ago +62

    This is an awesome video !! I was born in 1969 , and am therefore a true child of the 1970's !! That was a great era !! I wish that I could go back to those fun times !!

  • catfishowen


     4 months ago +43

    Buck Rogers in the 25th Century came out in late 1979.

  • ahwayzcool


     4 months ago +83

    I was in love with Linda Carter's Wonder Woman as a kid.

  • david graham

    david graham


    the invisable man with david mccallum ,the man from atlantis and another invisable man show the gemini man are missing

  • Mr WCWUS Chad Hinshaw

    Mr WCWUS Chad Hinshaw

     4 months ago +56

    I also remember Wonder Woman had a sidekick named Wonder Girl, played by Debra Winger, if I'm not mistaken.

  • 1982Nightwing


     4 months ago +28

    I absolutely love the Incredible Hulk TV show!

  • David Sultana

    David Sultana

     4 months ago +36

    Bionic woman was hot and Wonder Woman as well

  • Kristine Jeffels

    Kristine Jeffels

     1 months ago +6

    Dr. Who’s best actor was Tom Baker!

  • Me my opinion Sche

    Me my opinion Sche

     4 months ago +7

    And with BATMAN Adam West and Burt Ward then Wonder Woman with Lynda Carter.
    And Incredible Hulk with Bill Bixby..
    Was my Comic book crack..
    In the late 70's then yeah.
    Add yeah add shazam...
    Yep I was hooked...

  • National Roller Coaster Day

    National Roller Coaster Day

     4 months ago +24

    The theme song for "Electra Woman and Dyna Girl" was NOT sung by Cindy Lauper. (Cindy only sang it on the Sid and Marty Kroft TV special, as shown in this video.) And it was also not sung by Marie Osmond as others might suggest. It was actually sung by DEBRA CLINGER, aka Superchick of the group Captain Kool and the Kongs who were the "hosts" of the Saturday morning Kroft Supershow. Debra also sang with her siblings ("The Singing Clinger Sisters") and another group ("Rock Flowers") years before landing the roll of Superchick with KKATK and later singing the EWADG theme song.

  • Jeepdog JL

    Jeepdog JL

     4 months ago +39

    I know the series ended in 1969 but the Wild Wild West was a great show.

  • Last Guy Minn

    Last Guy Minn

     5 months ago +33

    The Man From Atlantis would make a good honorable mention for this list.

  • Albert Nada

    Albert Nada

     4 months ago +20

    Bionic woman should be in the top ranked higher than Spiderman. That show was aweful. Other than that I agree with everything.

  • Riley Lauder

    Riley Lauder

     4 months ago +20

    The 70's were so deliciously bad and Fabulous at the same time. God I miss those times growing up.

  • Stormy Davis

    Stormy Davis

     4 months ago +37

    Electro Woman and Dyna Girl was great stuff, two beauties
    Isis was a great show, too bad DC has horribly perverted the character since then
    Monster Squad was pure awesomeness
    Shazam, better than the new movie looks
    The Amazing Spider-Man, which Stan Lee hated, was such a HUGE part of my childhood
    Six Million Dollar Man w the Andre version of Sasquatch are EPIC Legend
    Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, my first celebrity crush
    Hulk is an easy #1choice, no question