The Amazing Spider-Man (1977–1979)
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The Deadly Dust: Part 2 

Peter and Gale follow the plutonium thieves to L.A. and J.J., who has paid for the trip, insists on going along. There, Mr. White is threatening to explode the device if his demands, one billion dollars in gold, aren't met.

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Chip Fields ...
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Gale Hoffman (as Joanna Cameron)
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Mr. White
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Craig (credit only)
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Inspector DeCarlo (as Sid Clute)
Steven Anderson ...
Ted (credit only)
Anne Bloom ...
Carla Wilson (credit only)
Herbie Braha ...
LeBeau (as Herb Braha)
Leigh Kavanaugh ...
Linda
Ron Hajak ...
Salesman
David Somerville ...
Singer
Gail Jensen ...
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Peter and Gale follow the plutonium thieves to L.A. and J.J., who has paid for the trip, insists on going along. There, Mr. White is threatening to explode the device if his demands, one billion dollars in gold, aren't met.

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12 April 1978 (USA)  »

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Captain Barbera: Parker, let me ask you something: deep down, do you really think this bomb will explode?
Peter Parker: Well, let me put it to you this way: as far as we know, since 1945, everyone who has attempted to explode an atomic bomb, has succeeded on the first try.
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Spiderman Has A Heart
26 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In the second part of the The episode entitled,"The Deadly Dust",international terrorist "Mr. White" proceeds with his plan to detonate the plutonium that he acquired during the President's visit in Los Angeles.He demands $1 billion to forego with his plan and avoid a potential war of mass destruction.Spiderman tries to track down "Mr.White" and his men as well as saving a dying woman who succumbs to acute radiation poisoning.

While many already knows that Spiderman was able to prevent the group of terrorists,I was also surprised to know that we are featured of a superhero with a heart particularly in the part wherein Spiderman took care of the responsibility of saving a woman from a possible death.This added a lot of depth into the superhero's character as well as his likability to fans.So this was definitely another sensible episode from a show that should have lasted longer.


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