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Year: 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Power of Dr. Octopus/Sub-Zero for Spidey

9 September 1967
Out in the countryside, Peter escapes an accident with the help of his Spider-Man disguise, but discovers a cave, with Dr.Octopus in charge of some power machines due to rule the World. Doc Ock captures Spidey, then Miss Brant who happened to be in the area. The villain is keeping both prisoners as witnesses for his demonstration of power...
Bernard Cowan ... Plutonian leader (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Vernon Chapman ... Dr. Octopus (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Dr. Smartyr (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Where Crawls the Lizard/Electro the Human Lightning Bolt

16 September 1967
Spider-Man faces Electro, a man capable to shoot lightning rods with his hand and traveling on electric lines to go to his next heist.
Bernard Cowan ... Man in Fishing Boat (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Mrs. Connor (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Lizard Man / Dr. Curtis Connor (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Electro / Police officer #1 (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Paperboy / Billy Connor (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Menace of Mysterio

23 September 1967
After framing Spider-Man, Mysterio offers to kill the superhero for J. Jonah Jameson for a fee.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officers / Radio announcer / Camera operator / Actor on set / Zingo (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Adelaide (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Director (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Police officer / Director / Mysterio (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Sky Is Falling/Captured by J. Jonah Jameson

30 September 1967
Spider-Man fights the Vulture who is controlling a massive flock of birds.
Bernard Cowan ... Construction worker (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Vulture (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Vulture (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Henry Smythe (voice) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Paperboy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Never Step on a Scorpion/Sands of Crime

7 October 1967
Spider-Man deals with the treacherous thief, the Sandman, a thug made of sand and capable to change his hands as mighty cement bricks.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officer (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Carl Banas ... Scorpion (voice) (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Secutiry guard #1 / Interviewer / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Sandman (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Diet of Destruction/The Witching Hour

14 October 1967
The Green Goblin tries to make a pact with J.Jonah Jameson in order to catch Spider-Man. However, Spidey must beware of his foe's witching powers.
Bernard Cowan ... Officer Gasarino (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Len Carlson ... Green Goblin (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Grandini the Mystic / Demon (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Kilowatt Kaper/The Peril of Parafino

21 October 1967
Escaped from jail, Electro is trying to find, then trap Spiderman for revenge.
Bernard Cowan ... Prison warden (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Len Carlson ... Prison officer #2 / Parafino (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Electro (voice) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Paperboy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Horn of the Rhino

28 October 1967
A bad case of the common cold complicates Spider-Man's efforts to stop The Rhino from stealing the components of a secret weapon.
Bernard Cowan ... Train conductor #1 / Army MP / Air traffic controller / Submarine captain (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Police officers / Army General (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Aunt May / Betty Brant (voice)
Ed McNamara ... Rhino / Train conductor #2 (voice) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Paperboy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The One-Eyed Idol/Fifth Avenue Phantom

4 November 1967
An exotic African idol is used to hypnotize Jameson into embezzling for a villain. A mysterious hooded figure is using robotic store mannequins to commit robberies.
Bernard Cowan ... Benet's Manager (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Max Ferguson ... Phantom / Police officers (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Harley Clivendon (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Revenge of Dr. Magneto/The Sinister Prime Minister

11 November 1967
Dr.Magneto (not related with the X-Men character) uses a magnetic gun to initialize some incidents. Fortunately, Spider-Man steals the show by keeping the mad doctor to do more harm in New York. This ends in a showdown in New York's Hall of Fame...
Bernard Cowan ... Dr. Matto Magneto (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Attendant (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Claude Rae ... Charlie / Journalist / Charles Cameo / Guard / Truck driver (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Night of the Villains/Here Comes Trubble

18 November 1967
A series of heists are made by mythical creatures, ruled by a woman who holds a library. Spider-Man must put a stop to this before it goes too far...
Bernard Cowan ... Man on freighter (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Miss Trubble / Diana (voice)
Len Carlson ... Parafino (voice) (uncredited)
Max Ferguson ... Executioner of Paris (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Mather ... Jesse James (voice) (uncredited)
Ed McNamara ... Vulcan (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Spider-Man Meets Dr. Noah Boddy/The Fantastic Fakir

25 November 1967
A fakir is giving a hard time to Spider-Man, especially that he is a clever magician who can send spells to animals to attack the hero.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officers (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Police officer (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Fantastic Fakir / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Mrs. Van Meer (voice)
Henry Ramer ... Doctor Noah Boddy / Police officers (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Return of the Flying Dutchman/Farewell Performance

2 December 1967
Trying to foil a mystery keeping the demolition of a playhouse, Spider-Man meets Blackwell the Magician who, behind his mischievous tricks, has a message to say to him...
Bernard Cowan ... Foreman (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Jake (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Frank Perry ... James Boothe (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Mysterio (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Golden Rhino/Blueprint for Crime

9 December 1967
A mastermind uses a cow-boy and a thug to find blueprints to destroy New York. It's up to Spider-Man to foil and neutralize their evil plan.
Bernard Cowan ... Montana (Cowboy) / Police officers (voice)
Paul Kligman ... Guard #2 / J. Jonah Jameson / Police officer #2 (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Ox / Peter Parker / Police officer (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Plotter / Hippie #1 (voice) (uncredited)
Ed McNamara ... Rhino (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Spider and the Fly/The Slippery Dr. Von Schlick

16 December 1967
Spider-Man must stop a couple of former clever circus acrobats, dressed in dark, specialized in robbing big bank safes...
Bernard Cowan ... Doctor Von Schlick (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Lee Patterson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Ed McNamara ... Battalion chief (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Mr. Flintridge (voice) (uncredited)
Alfie Scopp ... Stan Patterson (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Vulture's Prey/The Dark Terrors

23 December 1967
In order to do a final battle with Spider-Man, the Vulture abducts J.Jonah Jameson and puts him next to a revolving pendulum. It's up to Spidey to stop the Vulture, otherwise his other nemesis Jamieson ends up in two halves.
Bernard Cowan ... Sergeant O'Brien (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Max Ferguson ... Phantom (voice) (uncredited)
Alfie Scopp ... Jewlery store clerk (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Terrible Triumph of Dr. Octopus/Magic Malice

30 December 1967
Doc Ock steals a device in order to rule the world. Spider-Man must do something to keep this evil mastermind to achieve his dreadful threat.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officer (voice)
Paul Kligman ... Guard / J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Guard / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Len Carlson ... Green Goblin (voice) (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Dr. Smartyr / Guard / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Dr. Octopus (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Fountain of Terror/Fiddler on the Loose

6 January 1968
Spider-Man is back in Florida, where he must find the secret behind an old Spanish Fort, guarded by some would-be Conquistadors.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officer (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Mrs. Conner (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Dr. Curtis Connor (voice) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Billy Conner (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Harley Clivendon / Ponce De Léon (voice) (uncredited)
J. Frank Willis ... Cyrus Flintridge III (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: To Catch a Spider/Double Identity

13 January 1968
Dr Noah Buddy releases Electro, the Green Goblin and the Vulture to try to catch Spider-Man once and for all in a series of showdowns.
Bernard Cowan ... Mr. Grayson / Police officer (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Art gallery director / Antique show manager (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Carl Banas ... Charles Cameo (voice) (uncredited)
Len Carlson ... Green Goblin (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Electro (voice) (uncredited)
Ed McNamara ... Mr. Bodinsky (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Doctor Noah Boddy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Sting of the Scorpion/Trick or Treachery

20 January 1968
The Flys, a.k.a. the Patterson Twins, are paroled and freed. However, Spider-Man does not believe this and for a reason: they are framing him for all the heists they've done. It's up to Spidey to catch them in their act.
Bernard Cowan ... Police officers (voice)
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Carl Banas ... Scorpion (voice) (uncredited)
Len Carlson ... Stan Patterson (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Guard / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Lee Patterson (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Origin of Spiderman

14 September 1968
Peter Parker learns that with great power there must also always be great responsibility after his Uncle Ben, husband of Aunt May, is murdered by a thief.
Paul Kligman ... Police officer (voice)
Paul Soles ... Sal / Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Aunt May (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Max Ferguson ... Fugitive (voice) (uncredited)
Alfie Scopp ... Moose / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: King Pinned

21 September 1968
Peter Parker overhears talk of a laboratory producing imitation pharmaceuticals, investigation as Spider-Man lead him to find out the whole plot has been engineered by a rotund mobster called the Kingpin.
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Harry (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Fozwell (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Aunt May / Betty Brant / Harriet (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Dr. Omar (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Swing City

28 September 1968
A new nuclear reactor has been built in the heart of Manhattan, and Peter Parker's science class is researching it. Peter is asked by his attractive classmate, Sonya, to help her that night with research about the reactor. As Spidey is making his way to Sonya's home, trouble is brewing. A demented radiation specialist breaks into the new reactor and threatens the city with ransom; unless he is paid $10 million, given amnesty from prosecution, and given permission to build his own reactor, he will use anti-gravity rays on Manhattan to lift it into the sky. When his demands are refused, he does exactly that, and makes a ransom demand of $100-million, along with the other conditions, and unless his demands are met he will deactivate the ray & send Manhattan plummeting back to earth. Spidey must abort his date with Sonya & tunnel into the reactor to stop the madman. The specialist, who has speculated Spidey's powers came from radiation, tries to neutralize them by subjecting Spidey to anti-radiation. Unfortunately for him, Spidey resists the anti-radiation by force of will & kicks the specialist in the face. The stunned specialist fires his gun at Spidey, but misses, and the ray from the gun hits the controls sustaining the anti-gravity ray. As Manhattan starts to drop like a stone, Spidey must neutralize the psychotic specialist quickly...
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Sonya (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Science teacher (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Master Technician (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Rodney / Coach / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Criminals in the Clouds

5 October 1968
At school, Peter finds himself in competition with the local football jock - Roy Robinson - for the attention of the most attractive girls. Roy is not only a talented football player, but his dad is a brilliant scientist who had created an invisibility chemical for the government, and is extremely wealthy. Peter attempts to get on the football team but is rebuffed, and reluctantly takes on a job as a water boy in hopes of making it as a replacement player. Unfortunately for him, other forces want the invisibility chemical - a psychopathic mastermind known as the Skymaster, who travels over New York in a zeppelin hidden behind artificial clouds. In the middle of the night, the Skymaster kidnaps Roy Robinson from his home and tries to extort the formula from Robinson's dad, using Roy as bait. Roy does not show up at practice the next day, and Peter overhears the conversation between the coach, Roy's dad, and the police officer investigating the kidnapping. Realizing how much is at stake, Peter changes into Spidey to hunt down the Skymaster and rescue Roy. Soon he finds the Skymaster - hidden behind artificial clouds - and breaks into the zeppelin. The Skymaster & his men are stunned to find 'the webbed meddler' on their turf, and even as the formula comes in by radio Spidey overpowers the Skymaster's men. Despite the warnings of his crew, the Skymaster fires a gun at Spidey, who ducks, and the ray from the gun hits the zeppelin's controls, starting a fire & sending the airship out of control. Spidey & Roy must escape the burning airship and make back to the school for the game...but will they?
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Henchman (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Susan (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Narrator / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Number Twelve / Mr. Robinson (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Coach / Sky Master (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Menace from the Bottom of the World

12 October 1968
When a city bank mysteriously vanishes into the street, J. Jonah Jameson sends a reporter named Hammond to investigate, while sending Peter to visit a scientist who has recorded voices supposedly from the center of the earth. Peter visits the scientist, and when a recording is played for him, he discovers it is the men - or beasts - who made the bank disappear, and they are plotting another one. Realizing it is only a few minutes until the plot is carried out, Peter becomes Spidey & heads for the bank. Sure enough, the bank disappears into the earth! Spidey follows it down & finds a strange kingdom of creatures - the Mole-Men. When the leader announces a plan to subjugate the people who were in the building when it was taken, Spidey moves into action & overpowers the Mole-Men, and both they & their hostages will be in for a surprise...
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Harry / Man on street (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant / Harriet / Woman on street (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... J7 (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Dr. Orloff / Mugs Riley (voice) (uncredited)
Henry Ramer ... Hammond (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Diamond Dust

19 October 1968
After years of being dismissed as a bookworm, Peter Parker is trying to win a spot as a relief pitcher on his college baseball team.
Paul Kligman ... Umpire / Police officer (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Mr. Thompson (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Girl (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Ape #1 / Radio announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Man leaving museum / Guard / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Alfie Scopp ... Artie (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Spiderman Battles the Molemen

26 October 1968
The Molemen from "Menace From the Bottom of the World" are stealing buildings again, taking back the sun, wealth and land that they feel should rightfully belong to them.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Moleman (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Mugs Riley / Dr. Orloff / Scientist (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Phantom from the Depths of Time

2 November 1968
One of the enslaved inhabitance from a small Island manages to send a distress call on the same frequency as spider-man's spidersense. He arrives to find the evil Dr Mantra using giant beetles to force the humans to work in the ore mines.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Carl Banas ... Dr. Manta (voice) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... Slave / Man (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Evil Sorcerer

9 November 1968
Thousands of years before the dawn of civilization, evil magicians were fighting for supremacy - and Kotep, the Scarlet Sorcerer, was the most aggressive of these. When he loses a battle with an opponent, his own demons turn against him & place him in a time suspension. Years later, he is an exhibition at the museum where Peter is taking a course. The professor teaching it has found a spell that can supposedly revive the sorcerer, and when it is tested, Kotep does indeed come back to life - and turns on the professor! When Peter & his fellow students hear a loud crash, they run in to discover Kotep & a demon slave, who come after them! Peter turns into Spidey & goes after Kotep, who sends his demon after him. When Spidey injures the demon, Kotep vanishes from the museum & plans to set a trap using a huge web suspended between skyscrapers. Meanwhile, the injured professor tells his students a secret to stop Kotep - his scepter must be taken away from him, as he is powerless without it. Spidey finds himself trapped in the giant web, but not before his friends Bob & Susan inform him how to stop Kotep. He comes to in Kotep's domain, thousands of years before. Making his way to Kotep's castle, he finds himself trapped by the scarlet sorcerer, who sends a giant spider after him. Remembering what Susan had yelled at him from the street, Spidey gets Kotep's scepter & destroys the spider. He then drops the scepter, which shatters, and Kotep & his legions of demons must go back into the depths of time...
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Bob / Dean Wilkins / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Susan / Nurse (voice)
Carl Banas ... Kotep (voice) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... Narrator / Brazman / Captain (voice) (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Professor / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Vine

16 November 1968
Spider-Man comes back again against the new evil villain Vine.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Jackie (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Professor Smithers (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Vine / Master Vine (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Pardo Presents

23 November 1968
In the dead of night, a menacing giant cat is stalking across Manhattan & stealing valuables - furs, jewelry, cash - and bringing it back to a tiny apartment. The cat is the product of a demented sorcerer named Pardo, who is planning a vile scheme - to rob Manhattan's wealthiest citizens and then sap the souls out of their bodies. At a movie theater the following night, Peter attends a premiere of a strange film called 'My...Pet' with his girlfriend, Polly. When the film starts, the giant cat appears, and begins gassing the audience with a noxious gas that puts them into a trance. Peter is the only one who is immune to it, and he immediately changes into Spider-Man to put a stop to it. As Pardo's men drive around the theater robbing patrons, Spidey puts a stop to them, then bursts into the camera room & catches Pardo in the act. The psychotic sorcerer jumps into a chair & flies into the huge eye on the screen, and Spidey follows. Spidey finds himself in a huge water tank, with a giant cat peering down at him. He ducks out of sight, as the cat causes tremendous panic amongst the theater-goers. Spidey emerges from the tank & leads the giant cat across Manhattan, towards a confrontation on the Brooklyn Bridge, where Spidey has a plan to put an end to Pardo's reign of terror.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Police officer / Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Polly (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... News reporter / Mr. Mayor / Helicopter reporter (voice) (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Pardo / Mr. Mayor / Man (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Cloud City of Gold

30 November 1968
Peter Parker is on assignment in South America with some wealthy businessmen. Their plane crashes in the jungle and their only salvation is a frail boat on the river. However, the river ends as a whirlpool and all are caught in an eerie cave full of bats and unusual creatures. The businessmen are captured by the henchmen of a Conquistador, who uses a fire pit to terrorize and rule over this strange world. It's up to Spider-Man to free the menaced innocents and neutralize this paranoid tyrant.
Paul Kligman ... Co-pilot / DeVargus (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Pilot (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Neptune's Nose Cone

7 December 1968
Peter and his friend Penny, trying to solve the mystery of a disappeared space ship, are lost on a flight in the middle of the Ocean and must land on uncharted Island. The Natives catch Penny and wants to sacrifice her in a volcano, along with the nose of a spaceship. Spider-Man must battle some creatures before getting to Penny and save her from a fall to the boiling lava...
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Native group leader (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Penny Jones (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... KFI announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Home

14 December 1968
Spider-Man stumbles upon a robbery perpetrated by a woman with the same spider powers he has. Spider-Man follows her and discovers that she is from a distant civilization that crash landed one Earth long ago.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Sonia / Carol (voice)
Gillie Fenwick ... Rodney / Carol's father (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Blotto

21 December 1968
A demented movie producer named Clive has created a device called the Spirit-Scope, which he uses to set his darkest creation, called Blotto - a black, blob-like creature - loose from the screen. Blotto is released into Manhattan's streets, extending a dark tentacle over anything and when the tentacle retracts, the object is gone. Nothing is too small, or big, for him to consume - cars, lamp posts, mailboxes, even buildings. Peter is out driving with a celebrity when his car runs out of gas, just as Blotto moves in. As Blotto eats his car, Peter sprays a web to a nearby building & lifts the celebrity to safety. When the fire department tries to stop Blotto, the water passes right through him & he attacks their vehicles. Spidey soon discovers that Clive is the source of the problem, and tracks him down. Clive tries to use the Spirit-Scope on Spidey, but misses & hits his friend Collin, who had been about to swing a wrench at Spidey. Spidey swings down & kicks Clive in the head, but the stunned producer threatens to throw the master control switch that will kill the power in the city. Spidey drops down to confront Clive again, who aims the Spirit-Scope at him. Clive thinks he has Spidey after the web-slinger does not move, but Spidey suddenly comes to life as Clive gets a bit too close and is punched in the face, knocking him out. Spidey takes the Spirit-Scope and heads into the streets after Blotto, thinking if the device brought him to life, it can kill him, too. As the black menace rears up, Spidey fires the Spirit-Scope, which hits Blotto head-on and turns him into a mountain of paper. Clive is jailed, and New York starts to rebuild.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Man at control panel / Bomber pilot (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Miss Babowal (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... General / Man at control panel (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Clive / Mr. Mayor (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Thunder Rumble

28 December 1968
Volton, The Martian God of Thunder, teams up with two crooks and rampages through the city, Luckily Spider-man and his team of teenage car driving helpers is on hand to trap, tie up and defeat Volton and save the day.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Borer / Spider-Man / Black Dog One (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Girl in car / Girl with gang (voice)
Len Carlson ... Bolton / Guy with gang / Mr. Mayor (voice) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... Mars / General (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Boomer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Spiderman Meets Skyboy

4 January 1969
At a banquet, a prominent scientist named Dr. Irivng Caldwell is to receive an award for his newest creation - the Astro-Helmet, which has the ability to levitate the user. But Caldwell vanishes, literally, in a bolt of lightning. A psychopath named Dr. Zap has kidnapped Caldwell to duplicate the Astro-Helmet for his own evil use. Caldwell's son, Jan, is drawn into a trap by Dr. Zap, who orders him to go to Lightning Mountain with the Astro-Helmet. When Peter spots Jan - dubbed 'Skyboy' by the Daily Bugle - he confronts him, and the two of them decide to team up to confront Dr. Zap at Lightning Mountain. Dr. Zap, however, 'zaps' Jan with electricity, and brings him & Spidey into his lair when Spidey goes to help Jan. Jan is reunited with his father, but Spidey is caged inside a plastic bubble. Enraged, Spidey hammers on the glass, which gets Zap's attention. Realizing he still has his camera, Spidey fires the flash at Zap several times, driving him back. The oriental villain backs into his own electrical transformers & short-circuits them. Jan, Dr. Caldwell, and Spidey narrowly escape before a final, huge explosion destroys Dr. Zap and his lair.
Paul Kligman ... Man / J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / News reporter / Spider-Man / Dr. Irving Caldwell (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Susan (voice)
Len Carlson ... Awards host / Jan Caldwell / Jerry Muldoon (voice) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Dr. Zap (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Cold Storage

11 January 1969
Two jewel thieves are caught in the act by Spidey after robbing a jewelry store at midnight. They are trying to mix the jewels with ice & then smuggle them out of the country. One of the thieves - known as Dr. Cool - manipulates his trick cane, rendering Spidey unconscious. The henchman ties Spidey up & places him in a deep freeze, then turns the temperature to absolute zero! Spidey is unable to free himself before the cold takes over, and he awakes to find the city in ruins & inhabited by cavemen, who attack him. Fleeing from them, he finds himself attacked by a dinosaur & mastodon as well, but then a noise takes over - the sound of a hammer hitting ice and breaking it away from him. Spidey comes to and discovers a human face staring at him - the cavemen & everything else was a dream! The ice man has stopped by the depot to pick up a load, and discovered Spidey in the freezer. When Spidey asks what time it is, he discovers it's midnight, and anticipates another visit from Dr. Cool. Spidey lies in wait for the thieves and sure enough, they show up. The two men are stunned that Spidey is still alive, and Cool again tries the cane trick. This time it fails, and Spidey stops them by pulling open an ice-filled drawer and sending an avalanche of ice on top of them. Police soon arrive and arrest Dr. Cool & his henchman.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Louie / Iceman (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Dr. Cool (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: To Cage a Spider

18 January 1969
Spider-man is in Jail. He agrees to help a group of inmates stage a prison breakout. While escaping things are not going to plan around them and the numbers start to dwindle.
Paul Kligman ... Police officer / Tom / Cons / Prison officer #1 (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Tom (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Women (voice)
Len Carlson ... Captain Stacy (voice) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... Bank robber / Cons / Prison officer #2 (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Getaway car driver / Man #2 / Cons (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Winged Thing/Conner's Reptiles

22 March 1970
The Vulture warns people to stay off the streets, then escapes from Spider-Man on a building site.
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man / Reptilla / Dr. Curtis Conner (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Voice over intercom (voice) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Billy Conner (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Trouble with Snow/Spiderman vs. Desparado

29 March 1970
Electricity, when used responsibly, it is man's best friend, when not kept under control it gives life to evil city destroying snowmen! Desperado, a lasso wielding cowboy, uses his electronic horse to go on a one man crime-wave.
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Aunt May (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Police officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Sky Harbor/The Big Brainwasher

5 April 1970
Peter hears that his friend Mary Jane Watson has a new job as a dancer in a hip night club in Greenwich Village. However, he discovers that this is a front for the criminal activities of the Kingpin, a notorious gangster. It's up to Spider-Man to foil this plot, in the risk of being drowned in some water tank which the Kingpin installed in the backstage of the club to get rid of his enemies...
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Mary Jane (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Man on video screen / News reporter (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Kingpin / Man with councilman (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Liner pilot / Mr. Mayor (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Vanishing Dr. Vespasian/Scourge of the Scarf

12 April 1970
A series of bank robberies are taking place, with no evidence left behind. The robberies are the work of a group of thieves led by a chemist named Dr. Vespasian, who has created an invisibility formula called 'Invisoscine'. When Spidey investigates the robberies, Vespasian's dog, Brutus - who is also invisible - attacks Spidey. Brutus is thrown against a container of flour, which coats him & reveals him to Spidey. Spidey throws Brutus into a garbage can & traps him, but when police find signs of a struggle & pieces of Spidey's uniform, it is suspected that Spidey is dead. Vespasian sets another plan to rob a bank vault in motion, but Spidey has another plan; to trap Vespasian in the vault using ice cream toppings built into the security system. Sure enough, Vespasian enters the vault, and Spidey appears. Vespasian tries to escape, but Spidey buries Vespasian under mountains of ice cream toppings. The police are waiting outside & arrest the now-visible bank robber.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Women / Polly (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... News reporter / Scarf's accomplices (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Scarf / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)
Claude Rae ... Mr. Sloat (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Super Swami/The Birth of Micro Man

19 April 1970
Koga, a Chinese magician, wreaks havoc on the city. Peter Parker picks up Professor Pretoris who is precariously persuade at pace by a party of pouncing police.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Prison guard / Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Women (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Prison guard / Warden / Prison officer / Radio announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Gillie Fenwick ... Koga (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Professor Pretoris (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Knight Must Fall/The Devious Dr. Dumpty

26 April 1970
Peter is assigned to cover a parade for the Daily Bugle, and disguised as Spidey, he sits atop a building taking pictures. Among the floats is a movie star with a fortune in jewels on her - and in the crowd is a group of thieves. When a gas-filled balloon released by the thieves explodes, it knocks everyone out, except Spidey, who goes into action. The thieves escape in a hot-air balloon, but Spidey discovers their identities. They are led by a huge man named Dr. Humperdinck Dumpty, who has his thugs rain sandbags on Spidey, knocking him off the balloon. Spidey lands on a parade-balloon likeness of himself, and helps the movie star, who has just recovered to find her jewels missing. When an announcement appears in the Bugle about a priceless jewel collection on display at a gala, Dumpty - and Spidey - make plans to attend. Dumpty & his henchmen release a laughing gas that distracts the guests, and the thieves grab the jewels. Spidey, however, has his own gas mask that he accosted from one of Dumpty's henchmen, and sprays I.B.P. - Instant Banana Peel - over the floor, which traps the fleeing thieves so police can arrest them. Dumpty escapes to a window, where he inflates his hat to a huge size & drops to the street below. Unfortunately for him, the police are waiting for Dumpty on the street below and arrest him after he traps himself in his hat.
Paul Kligman ... Boss / J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man / Thug #2 / Peter Parker (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... TV host (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Up from Nowhere

3 May 1970
In New York harbor, a mysterious machine pops up out of the depths. This is the lab of Dr. Atlantian, a demented scientist from the lost continent of Atlantis. At the same time as Atlantian is planning to subjugate the world, Peter is learning about Atlantis - and its apparently highly advanced technology, some of which draws its power from the moon. Unknown to anyone, Atlantian deploys the moonbeam to create an earthquake, which draws attention from the armed forces. The army turns its tanks on Atlantian's reactor, now at the surface of the water. Atlantian deploys a moonbeam across Manhattan, then encases it in a bubble & sinks the island into the ocean. Peter turns into Spidey to thwart Atlantian's plans, and swims to the surface to confront Atlantian in his reactor. The two of them struggle savagely for control of the reactor, until Atlantian threatens to destroy the city by bursting the bubble. Spidey stops Atlantian and encases him in webs, then hits the external power that allows Manhattan to ascend to surface level.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Laura (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Mr. Mayor (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Dr. Atlantian / Teacher / Police officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Rollarama

10 May 1970
Peter & his girlfriend Sue are at an old house going through its attic, when one of them discovers a large seed that responds quickly to sunlight. Putting it aside when Sue discovers a large machine - the Glutz Machine - in the attic, Peter turns his attention to the story of the professor who has gone back to 3 million B.C. While he & Sue are investigating, the seed suddenly grows hundredfold in size & rolls through the side of the house and into the street, smashing everything in its way. Sue goes to notify the police, while Spidey heads into the Glutz machine to go back to 'Summit City', home of several creatures called vegetons. Spidey discovers that the inhabitants have been driven out of the city by the cold, caused by a nuclear generator created by Von Glutz. The vegetons inform Spidey that other 'plants' have taken control of the city and that destroying the generator will destroy the rolling pods. The pod, meanwhile, is threatening an ICBM site, poised precariously on a hill above it. Spidey reaches the generator but is harassed by the vine-things, and after killing several is brought down. In an arena, Spidey is forced to fight a huge carnivorous slug called 'Goliath'. He overpowers the huge slug and gets the atomic matter from the generator, then heads back to the Glutz machine to return to the present. He arrives just as an order is given to fire a giant cannon at the rolling pod, and drops the atomic matter into the barrel. The gun fires & reduces the pod to rubble.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Susan (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Pod / Army commander (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Vegio / Highest Emperor Pod (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Rhino/The Madness of Mysterio

17 May 1970
The Rhino, loving repeat performances, once again steals gold shipments with which to build a 14 karat statue of himself. Hopefully the city learn their lesson this time and beefs up security. Mysterio traps Spider-man in a deadly amusement park.
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Guard #1 (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Train conductor / Guard #2 / Submarine captain / Mac / Rhino (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ed McNamara ... Rhino / Train conductor / Police officer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Mysterio (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Revolt in the Fifth Dimension

24 May 1970
Luck, Suggestion and Determination must guide Spider-man through this trip into the 5th dimension. Spider-man finds himself face to face with The Skeletal Infinata, how can he defeat something that is completely of the mind?
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Infinata (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Infinata (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Specialists and Slaves

31 May 1970
Spidey's old enemy from 'Swing City' - the Radiation Specialist - is back! This time, he is much darker - even psychopathic. Following his release from jail, the specialist promptly revisits Manhattan's nuclear reactor, stuns the outdoor soldiers guarding it, and again commandeers the reactor. Realizing Spidey still poses a threat to him, the specialist contrives a scheme using a remote-controlled car to get Spidey off the island. Spidey soon finds out about the specialist's plans and gets back into Manhattan, even as the specialist lifts Manhattan into the sky once again. However, the specialist's radiation has corrupted even the police - usually Spidey's friends - except for Captain Stacey, whose strong mind has immunized him against the specialist's radiation. When Spidey is captured after falling into the streets from an earthquake, Stacey implements a plan to help Spidey escape. Spidey heads to the reactor for another confrontation with the radiation specialist, who tries this time to enslave Spidey himself. Spidey, however, resists the radiation and kicks the specialist in the head. The specialist fires his gun at Spidey, who ducks, and the ray from the gun hits the instruments sustaining the anti-gravity ray, sending the island plummeting back to earth. Spidey must neutralize the specialist & his radiation quickly before thousands of people are killed.
Paul Kligman ... (voice)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... Police officer / Medical attendant / Cons (voice) (uncredited)
Tom Harvey ... Radiation Specialist / Police officers / Captain Stacy / Medical attendant / Cons (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Down to Earth

7 June 1970
Basically, this is Neptune's Nose Cone with the action taking place in the North Pole this time.
Paul Kligman ... J. Jonah Jameson / Snowmen leader (voice)
Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... Osa Olsen (voice)
Bernard Cowan ... News reporter (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Trip to Tomorrow

14 June 1970
Spider-man recounts an anthology of tales to Tom, a young wannabe hero running away from home.
Paul Kligman ... Jake (voice) (archive footage)
Paul Soles ... Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon ... (voice)
Carl Banas ... Kotep (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Len Carlson ... Mr. Mayor / Bolton (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bernard Cowan ... General (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Perry ... Captain (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Billie Mae Richards ... Boy (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Wiggins ... Boomer / Mysterio (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

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