Spider-Man (1967–1970)
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The Terrible Triumph of Dr. Octopus/Magic Malice 

Doc Ock steals a device in order to rule the world. Spider-Man must do something to keep this evil mastermind to achieve his dreadful threat.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Bernard Cowan Bernard Cowan ... Police officer (voice)
Paul Kligman Paul Kligman ... Guard / J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Paul Soles Paul Soles ... Peter Parker / Guard / Spider-Man (voice)
Peg Dixon Peg Dixon ... Betty Brant (voice)
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Storyline

While Blackwell the magician is giving a performance in a newly renovated theater, he has an uninvited guest - the Green Goblin, who wants to use his secrets of magic to commit robberies. Sneaking into Blackwell's home, the Goblin goes through his magic book to discover ways to rob a parking meter, a jewelry store, and a bank vault. The Goblin is caught in the act by police at the bank, but he renders their guns useless and ties them together with ropes before moving on to another bank. Spidey, however, is on to the Goblin, and confronts him at Blackwell's home. After a pumpkin bomb stuns Spidey, the Goblin binds him with chains then levitates him into a plastic cylinder, which quickly fills with water. After the Goblin leaves on another robbery spree, Spidey manages to escape and break loose from the chains. The Goblin comes back to find Spidey has escaped his chains, and hides behind a wall to send an ax at Spidey. Spidey rips the ax loose and uses spider-sense to locate the Goblin ... Written by Derek O'Cain

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

30 December 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Green Goblin: [after landing his glider next to a parking meter outside a jewelery store] Ha-ha-ha! Mustn't break the law.
[places a dime in the meter then proceeds to steal all the jewels in the store]
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