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17 Meaningful Details You May Have Missed In 'Wonder Woman'

List RulesVote up the details you missed when you first watched Wonder Woman!

Die-hard Wonder Woman fanatic Patty Jenkins made history when she directed Gal Gadot in 2017's Wonder Woman, opening the floodgates for a bevy of female-directed comic book movies that followed in her footsteps. A long time fan of the Lynda Carter led television series, and George Pérez's take on the character, Jenkins knows her stuff when it comes to Diana Prince and which sources to reference in her film. Eagle-eyed fans across the internet (including this one) have spotted a plethora of easter eggs and references in Wonder Woman's first outing into Man's World and none of them are superfluous; each adding depth to the world in ways that most people miss until their second or third viewings.

Did you manage to catch any of these on your first viewing? Vote up the details you missed when watching Wonder Woman! 

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    Diana's Dress Is A Nod To The 1975 Wonder Woman Series

    Photo: Warner Bros. / ABC

    From Redditor /u/dancingbanana123

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    Steve Trevor's Picture In The Final Scene

    From Redditor /u/pdas1996:

     Steve Trevor's picture used in the final scene is actually one taken of Eddie Rickenbacker, the WWI flying ace.

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    Diana Loves Ice Cream

    In a brief scene at the train station, Diana tries ice cream for the first time. This is a reference to the New 52's Justice League run and the animated film Justice League: War, where this adorable exchange virtually the same across all three mediums.

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    Diana's Civilian Clothing Is Inspired By The Women's Police Service

    From Redditor /u/NMW:

    Diana's 'civilian' clothes in London mirror the uniforms of the new Women's Police Service -- among the first women officially permitted to fight crime and keep the peace.

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