Electra Woman and Dyna Girl lead double lives as Lori and Judy, reporters for Newsmaker magazine. When there’s trouble the electrifying duo are warned by ‘CrimeScope’, a computer programmed by electronics whiz Frank Heflin to locate all criminal activities in the area. Operating out of their secret headquarters, ‘ElectraBase’, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl match wits and powers with assorted evil forces and influences that threaten them and the citizens of their metropolis.
Deidre Hall played the amazing Electra Woman. She is best known for her long time role of Dr. Marlena Evans on Days of our Lives.
Dyna Girl was played by Judy Strangis, who play Helen Loomis on Room 222.
Electronics genius Frank Heflin was played by veteran actor Norman Alden.
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