2. Lynda Carter's classic Wonder Woman
There is a reason that Lynda Carter's portrayal of Wonder Woman is considered the most definitive of them all. The legendary TV series was the first truly comic-accurate adaptation and her performance was nothing short of divine, capturing the essence of Diana and everything that made her who she was.
Speaking of who she was, Wonder Woman was as powerful as you would expect, as she could defeat much larger opponents with ease, stop large vehicles, and take down anyone that came her way. She was also a master combatant who could outmaneuver opponents in battle - something that the show didn't always showcase enough. And whenever those opponents were further away, she could use her own tiara like a boomerang, throwing it long distances with incredibly accurate aim.
Other powers she possessed was the ability to mimic the voices of anyone she came into contact with and the ability to communicate with animals. She also had her trusty bullet-deflecting bracelets at her disposal, the Golden Lasso of Truth, which could compel anyone to tell the truth, and she was an accomplished fencer too. If that wasn't enough, the second and third seasons introduced a special aquatic suit for swimming (which was also modified into a motorsports suit whenever she needed to ride a motorcycle).
The only weakness she was ever shown to possess was in the first season when it was revealed that she would lose her powers if her magical belt was taken away from her, but that was dropped in the second and third seasons, suggesting that she had gotten even more powerful between 1945 and 1975.
A character who truly had it all, it an exhilarating experience to watch this classic Wonder Woman in action.