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"Spider-Man" Revenge of the Green Goblin (1981)

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Larry Parr (writer)
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Original Air Date:
14 November 1981 (Season 1, Episode 10)
Norman Osborn's memory of the Green Goblin is restored in a train wreck. He then seeks revenge against Spider-Man... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Spiderman up against his deadliest enemy the Green Goblin. See more (1 total) »


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Episode Crew
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Larry Parr  writer

Produced by
David H. DePatie .... executive producer
Lee Gunther .... executive producer
Art Vitello .... producer
Original Music by
Johnny Douglas  (as John Douglas)
Production Management
Kathy Condon .... production manager
Art Department
Cullen Blaine .... storyboard artist (as Cullen Houghtaling)
Rick Hoberg .... storyboard artist
Larry Houston .... storyboard artist
Sherman Labby .... storyboard artist
Mario Piluso .... storyboard artist
Hank Tucker .... storyboard artist (as Henry Tucker)
Sound Department
Jim Blodgett .... sound effects editor
Richard S. Gannon .... sound effects editor (as Richard Gannon)
Ken Rayzor .... recording mixer
Animation Department
Lyle Beddes .... layout artist
Bruce Bennett .... layout artist
Norman Cabral .... layout artist (as Norm Cabral)
Gerry Chiniquy .... animation director
Steve Clark .... animation director
Dan Fausett .... layout artist (as Dan Faucett)
Neil Galloway .... layout artist
Greg Garcia .... layout artist
John Gibbs .... animation director
Gary Graham .... layout artist
Rick Graham .... layout artist
Stuart Heimdal .... layout artist (as Stuart Heimdall)
Karl Hepworth .... layout artist
Larry Huber .... layout artist
Elaine Hultgren .... layout artist
Boyd Kirkland .... layout artist
Sid Marcus .... animation director
Mario Piluso .... layout artist
Debra Pugh .... layout artist
Bob Richardson .... animation director
Keith Sargent .... layout artist
Dave Sharp .... layout artist
Armand Shaw .... checking supervisor
Nelson Shin .... animation director
Roy Allen Smith .... layout artist (as Roy Smith)
Grant Wilson .... layout artist
Roy Wilson .... layout artist
Bill Wray .... layout artist
Kay Wright .... animation director
Editorial Department
Robert T. Gillis .... supervising editor
Music Department
Johnny Douglas .... conductor (as John Douglas)
Joe Siracusa .... music editor
Other crew
Wally Burr .... voice director (as Walter S. Burr)
Series Cast
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Jack Angel ... (voice)
F. Lee Bailey ... (voice)
William Boyett ... (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... (voice) (as Phil Clarke)

Regis Cordic ... (voice)
Brad Crandall ... (voice)

Brian Cummings ... (voice)
Jeff David ... (voice)

Jack DeLeon ... (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... (voice)

Ron Feinberg ... (voice)
Buster Jones ... (voice)
Arlin Miller ... (voice)
Tony Pope ... (voice)
Vic Perrin ... (voice)
Richard Russell Ramos ... (voice) (as Richard Ramos)
Gene Ross ... (voice)

John Stephenson ... (voice)

Andre Stojka ... (voice)

Lisa Eilbacher ... (voice)
Lynn Johnson ... (voice)

B.J. Ward ... (voice)

Series Crew
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Directed by
Don Jurwich 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Ditko  character
Stan Lee  characters

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Spiderman up against his deadliest enemy the Green Goblin., 2 July 2017

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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