The Amazing Spider-Man (1977–1979)
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Escort to Danger 

Peter covers the arrival of a foreign President who comes to attend the beauty pageant his daughter is joining. He sees a man who was approaching the President abducted but fails to save ... See full summary »

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Lisa Alvarez (as Barbara Luna)
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President Calderon
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Maria Calderon
Michael Marsellos
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Klein
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Miss Teenage USA (as Lachelle Price)
Terrence E. McNally ...
Reporter #2 (as Terrence McNally)
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Reporter #1 (as Erik Stern)
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Ted Arthur
Bruce Hayes ...
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Peter covers the arrival of a foreign President who comes to attend the beauty pageant his daughter is joining. He sees a man who was approaching the President abducted but fails to save him. Later he gets to be his daughter's escort. Later she's abducted and the President wants the whole thing kept quiet. The President is later visited by a woman who happens to be the sister of the tyrannical President he deposed who wants him to resign and name her the new President. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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3 May 1978 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This is the first episode to use realistic spider-webbing rather than the heavy rope webbing used in most episodes. See more »

Goofs

Early in the episode Spider-Man runs out of an airport without his utility belt. But then, in the action scene outside, the belt twice momentarily appears on Spider-Man. During Peter Parker's second and third outings as Spider-Man he is belt-less except for two moments. The exception in the second outing is the shot of Spider-Man jumping over the edge of a rooftop. The exception in the third outing is the close shot of fallen Spider-Man landing on top of warehouse boxes and lying there. See more »

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Matsu: [Spidey has been beaten by Matsu] So, this is the Spider-Man. He don't look so tough after all.
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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