Norman Osborn's memory of the Green Goblin is restored in a train wreck. He then seeks revenge against Spider-Man. On Holloween night at an E.S.U. party, Peter Parker is trapped by the ... See full summary »

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Linda Gary ...
Aunt May Parker (voice)
Dennis Marks ...
Green Goblin (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Betty Brant (voice)
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Norman Osborn (voice)
Ted Schwartz ...
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Norman Osborn's memory of the Green Goblin is restored in a train wreck. He then seeks revenge against Spider-Man. On Holloween night at an E.S.U. party, Peter Parker is trapped by the Green Goblin. The Goblin then steals an memory amplifier device to reveal Spider-Man's identity to the public. The Goblin then terrorizes Jameson by destroying the Daily Bugle issue that day with a disintegrating compound, and kidnaps Jameson. Spider-Man must save Jameson before the Goblin reveals his identity to him.

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Spiderman up against his deadliest enemy the Green Goblin.

This episode from the 1981 cartoon series of "Spiderman," was one of the first ones I saw back in the early 1980s. "Revenge of the Green Goblin" was the only time this popular supervillain appeared in the series and I think that's a pity. The Green Goblin was worthy of being in another two episodes at least. It is a case of Spiderman locking horns with the Green Goblin as the latter threatens to expose Spiderman by revealing who he really is. It is non-stop entertainment all the way and it is like the comics coming to life.


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