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Spider-Man Strikes Back ()


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Spider-Man swings to the rescue when a nuclear bomb created by three college students falls into criminal hands.

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Spider-Man / Peter Parker (archiveFootage)
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J. Jonah Jameson (archiveFootage)
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Rita Conway (archiveFootage)
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Mr. White (archiveFootage)
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Gale Hoffman (archiveFootage) (as Joanna Cameron)
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Captain Barbera (archiveFootage)
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Craig (archiveFootage)
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Angel (archiveFootage) (as Lawrence Casey)
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Dr. Baylor (archiveFootage)
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Inspector DeCarlo (archiveFootage) (as Sid Clute)
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Carla Wilson (archiveFootage)
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Ted (archiveFootage)
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LeBeau (archiveFootage) (as Herb Braha)
Emil Farkas ...
Karate Thug (archiveFootage)
Wil Albert ...
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Dick Kyker ...
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Leigh Kavanaugh ...
Linda (archiveFootage)
Gino Ardito ...
Assistant Cameraman (archiveFootage)
Steve Goodwins ...
Cameraman (archiveFootage)
Ron Hajak ...
Salesman (archiveFootage)
Kerrie Cullen ...
Girl (archiveFootage)
David Somerville ...
Singer (archiveFootage)
Gail Jensen ...
Singer (archiveFootage)
Bonnie Johns ...
Intern (archiveFootage)
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Guard (archiveFootage)
Orin Kennedy ...
Cop (archiveFootage)
Barry Roberts ...
New York cabbie (archiveFootage)
Walt Davis ...
Helicopter Repairman (archiveFootage)
Barbara Sanders ...
Waitress (archiveFootage)
Jerry Martin ...
Doorman (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Ron Satlof

Written by

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Robert Janes ... (written by)
 
Stan Lee ... (characters)

Produced by

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Charles W. Fries ... executive producer (as Charles Fries)
Daniel R. Goodman ... executive producer
Robert Janes ... producer
Ron Satlof ... producer

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Stu Phillips

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Jack Whitman ... director of photography

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Erwin Dumbrille
David Newhouse ... (as David H. Newhouse)

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Thomas Fries ... associate film editor (as Tom Fries)
Rafe Newhouse ... assistant film editor
Fred Roth ... assistant film editor

Casting By

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Judith Holstra

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William McAllister ... (as Bill McAllister)

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Mary Ann Good
Ray Molyneaux

Makeup Department

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Tim McNalley ... makeup artist
Donna Turner Culver ... hair stylist (as Donna Turner)

Production Management

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William P. Owens ... executive production manager
Malcolm Stuart ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Leonard Bram ... first assistant director
Gene Sultan ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Dick Kyker ... property master
David Coleman ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Robert J. Miller ... sound mixer (as Robert Miller)
Gary Alexander ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)

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Don B. Courtney ... special effects (as Don Courtney)

Stunts

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Gregory J. Barnett ... stunts
Fred Waugh ... stunt coordinator
Jean Coulter ... stunts (uncredited)
Michael M. Vendrell ... stunt double (uncredited)
Fred Waugh ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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William Huffman ... gaffer (as Bill Huffman)
Dan Reilly ... key grip
Michael St. Hilaire ... camera operator (as Michael St. Hillaire)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anne Laune ... costumer: women
Bernie Pollack ... costumer: men

Location Management

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Orin Kennedy ... location manager

Music Department

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John Fresco ... music supervisor
Stu Phillips ... composer: theme
John Mick ... music editor (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Joyce King ... script supervisor
Stan Lee ... script consultant

Transportation Department

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Buster Kohloff ... transportation (as Buster Kohlhoff)

Additional Crew

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Carol Blalack ... production coordinator
Robert J. Goodman ... production assistant (as Robert F. Goodman)

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Plot Summary

Three fellow students of Peter Parker at the New York State University manage to get their hands on dangerous and highly volatile nuclear materials: crucial components in the making of an atomic bomb. As the police blame Parker for the theft and Spider-Man tries to get to the bottom of it, the inquisitive young reporter, Gale Hoffman, is eager to interview the city's masked defender. In the meantime, the ruthless millionaire and criminal mastermind, Mr White, is hell-bent on stealing the plutonium to create a devastating nuclear weapon. Now, the unhinged villain threatens to blow the World Trade Centre to smithereens. Can The Amazing Spider-Man (1977) thwart the megalomaniac's plans? Written by Nick Riganas

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Taglines His Greatest Challenge... See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Deadly Dust (United States)
  • La riposte de l'homme-araignée (France)
  • Spider-Man schlägt zurück (Germany)
  • Spiderman contraataca (Spain)
  • Spiderman: El hombre araña en acción (Spain)
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  • 90 min
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Trivia Released theatrically across Europe, but on TV in the U.S. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Spider-Man (1977). See more »
Quotes Mr. White: [looking at Gale in a white bikini] Very nice.
Gale Hoffman: Why do I have to dress this way?
Mr. White: Two reasons, one, because I like women in bikinis, and two, I feel safer when I know there's no place for them to hide any weapons.
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