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The Amazing Spider-Man - The Deadly Dust

episode 1.1, 1.2
Spider-Man Strikes Back

USA 1978
produced by
Robert Janes, Ron Satlof, Charles W.Fries (executive), Daniel R. Goodman (executive) for CBS
directed by Ron Satlof
starring Nicholas Hammond, JoAnna Cameron, Robert Alda, Robert F. Simon, Chip Fields, Michael Pataki, Randy Powell, Sidney Clute, Steven Anderson, Anne Bloom, Herbie Braha, Leigh Kavanaugh, Ron Hajak, David Somerville, Will Albert, Gino Ardito, Lawrence P.Casey, Emil Farkas, Dick Kyker, Simon Scott
screenplay by Robert Janes, based on the comicbook created by Stan Lee (writer), Steve Ditko (artist), published by Marvel Comics, music by Stu Phillips, special effects by [Don B.Courtney

Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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New York: Student and news photographer Peter Parker (Nicholas Hammond) is to be interviewed by attractive girl reporter Gale (JoAnne Cameron), just because he appears to be best friends with Spider-Man (who is of course secretly Peter himself). Then though three of Peter's fellow students at the university steal the university's plutonium from the storage just to demonstrate how unsafe it is to keep it there, and Spidey for some reason is blamed ... so now Peter has his hands full to clear Spidey's name, and he still has the girl reporter in tow. But once he has proven that Spider-Man had nothing to do with stealing the plutonium, it has already been stolen from the students by baddie Mr White (Robert Alda) and his cronies, who want to blackmail the USA into paying one billion Dollars, otherwise they blow something up - and something just happens to be a congress center in LA where the president delivers a speech. So it's off to California for Peter/Spidey, Gale and Peter's boss J. Jonah Jameson (Robert F.Simon), where Spider-Man can track down and defuse the bomb only after many chases and fistfights, and the occasional kidnapping of Gale, while he also has his hands full keeping the girl reporter from guessing his real identity. Of course everything ends happily though, even if Mr White escapes to perhaps return in later episodes of the series - he did not, and neither did girl reporter Gale.


Rather boring 2-part Spider-Man adventure, actually, basically because the story takes ages to kick into gear, many of the characters as well as the plutonium as such are rather clumsily introduced into the story, and some are abandoned rather prematurely, and the whole thing is poor on actual twists and turns. A few of the fistfights in the second half are at least exciting, though it eludes me why the baddies never use something more effective than bare fists (and nunchakas in one scene) to try and take care of Spidey.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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