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Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The 4th Dimension Kidnappers"Edit

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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The 4th Dimension Kidnappers"Edit

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Wonder Woman stops a wealthy young bridegroom from signing his possessions over to cult leader Anton Unreal. Unreal vows vengeance and tricks Steve Trevor into being transported to the 4th dimension as a spirit being. Steve contacts Wonder Woman by mental radio and tells her of his predicament.

Wonder Woman and the Holliday Girls confront Anton and follow Steve into the 4th dimension. The evil spirit beings capture the girls, but Steve breaks them out. Wonder Woman then uses an electrified cage to send everyone back to their bodies on Earth.

Appearing in Gay Ghost: "2,000 Years in the Future"Edit

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  • Duke Ransom, a spy

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  • Donald Smith
  • Sparks (Death)
  • a crew of sailors
  • A teacher and students from the future

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Synopsis for Gay Ghost: "2,000 Years in the Future"Edit

FBI agent Charles Collins searches the harbor for signs of an Axis spy. He boards a convoy of ships bound for Britain. A spy is aboard and kills the radio operator. The Gay Ghost tries to locate the spy. German subs begin attacking the convoy. While the Gay Ghost defeats the subs, young Donald Smith learns that his friend Duke Ransom is the spy. Donald uses a ju-jitsu move to throw Ransom into the water, saving the convoy from further sabotage.

The story of the convoy is found by men in the future. After reading the story to his classroom of students, a teacher claims the Gay Ghost was not real. He is then shocked when a note appears, written by the Ghost.

Appearing in Mr. Terrific: "The Case of the Cat's Meow"Edit

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Synopsis for Mr. Terrific: "The Case of the Cat's Meow"Edit

A cat on the street has gotten its head stuck in a drain. A crowd gathers to watch, until Mr. Terrific rescues the cat. Afterwards Mr. Flaster, a jewel collector, claims to have been robbed while everyone was watching the cat. Mr. Terrific suspects Flaster stole the jewels himself to collect the insurance money. He trains the cat, then tricks Flaster into thinking it can identify the thieves. Flaster reveals himself as the man behind the theft, then Mr. Terrific escorts him to jail.

Appearing in Wildcat: "The Boxer and his Brother"Edit

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Synopsis for Wildcat: "The Boxer and his Brother"Edit

Stretch Skinner is booed offstage while performing on amateur night. After the show, Stretch and Ted Grant befriend singer Tom Twilby who was also booed. Hoodlums from the club start a fight with the trio. Ted leaves and becomes Wildcat. He then returns to chase off the hoods. Twilby proves to be a good fighter, but he hates boxing and Ted Grant.

When Tom's brother Punchy learns that his brother is a good fighter, he tricks him into becoming a boxer. Punchy, a former boxer himself, has claimed that Ted Grant cheated him out of his career. Tom becomes a boxer to get even.

Ted and Stretch attend one of Tom's fights and see that Punchy has double-crossed his brother. He get Tom to lose the fight to win a bet. Wildcat chases Punchy and forces him to confess his lies to his brother. Tom forgives Ted and returns to his singing career.

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