Spider-Man 1967 Episode 1
"The Power of Dr. Octopus": Dr. Octopus kidnaps Spider-Man in order to hold the city ransom.
"Sub-Zero for Spidey": Spider-Man battles ice creatures to save his city from freezing.
"The Menace of Mysterio": A mysterious villain is posing as Spider-Man and causing mayhem in the city. Spider-Man becomes a wanted man and battles Mysterio to clear his name.
"The Sky is Falling": The Vulture is terrorizing the city and Spider-Man sets out to defeat the winged menace.
"Captured By J. Jonah Jameson": An inventor creates a robot to capture Spider-Man for J. Jonah Jameson.
"Never Step On A Scorpion": J. Jonah Jameson sends the Scorpion to defeat Spider-Man, but when his plan backfires Spider-Man has to save Jonah from his own hired villain.
"Sands Of Crime": Spider-Man is framed for stealing the world's biggest diamond. No, he must defeat the Sand-Man to prove his innocence.
"Kilowatt Kaper": Electro escapes from prison and Spider-Man sets out to put him back behind bars
"The Peril of Parafinor": An escaped prisoner hides out in Parafino's Wax Museum. To recapture the convict, Spider-Man must enter the Wax Museum and fight Parafino.
"Horn Of The Rhino"- The Rhino is collecting pieces of a top secret military weapon in order to use it to control the world. Now, Spider-Man must intercept the Rhino before he collects all the pieces of the weapon.
Alistair Smythe, Spencer Smythe's son, builds 3 more Spider-Slayers to destroy Spider-Man and the people he holds responsible for his father's death.
Spider-Man battles the villain known as Doctor Octopus, who has kidnapped Felicia Hardy and J. Jonah Jameson for ransom. Spider-Man discovers that Doctor Octopus has a personal vendetta against Felicia's mother, Anastasia. Now, Spider-Man must find a way to put an end to the grudge and save two innocent lives.
It's a race against time for Spider-Man as the classic villain "The Mole" returns with a vengeance. With the buildings of New York disappearing one by one it's up to Spidey to save the day. Relying on his "Spider-hearing," to decipher a cryptic message, Peter Parker swings into action. This time it's an adventure below ground as Spider-Man must outrun a race of elves, outwit a subterranean rock giant and of course overcome the underground Kingdom of "The Mole People" before it's too late. Check out the classic Spider-man episode from 1967 and see what happens as "Spiderman Battles The Molemen"
Spider-Man's latest caper takes the wall crawler far away from the familiar skyscrapers of New York City and into a dark realm of horrible monsters and menacing overlords. After picking up a disturbing distress call through his "Spider-sense" Spider-Man eagerly takes a state of the art jet-plane for a test drive over the ocean. It is here that Spidey finds the source of the mysterious message and decides to take on the evil "Dr. Manta," and his army of robotic insects to save a lost civilization from destruction.
An ancient magician frozen in time by a rival sorcerer is brought back to life in the present day by a deranged college professor. Bent on conquering the world, the resurrected magician creates chaos inside the university and around the city until Spider-Man shows up to save the day. Faced with powerful thousand year-old magic, Spider-Man must find a way to defeat one of the most powerful villains he's ever encountered.
When Peter's friend Jackie moves into an old abandoned house, a monstrous prehistoric plant is accidently unleashed on the city. It's up to Spider-Man to swing to action, yet his only hope for victory lies in the past... 3,000,000 years in the past that is. With the use of Professor Smithers' Time Machine, Spidey uncovers a world of hidden kingdoms and some awfully big surprises, but is it enough to save the present before it to becomes history ?
A cunning "cat" burglar is on a stealing spree and there seems to be no way to catch the elusive thief. Meanwhile, a movie premiere comes to town and the rich and famous all come to see the new attraction, only to find themselves in Pardo's trap! Using a mystical pet cat to hypnotize the audience, Pardo steals all their belongings, but what the villain doesn't know is that Peter Parker is in the theater. Spider-Man soon finds himself in a battle with Pardo and must stop the trickster before the fight spills out into the city!
While on a plane in a distant country, Peter Parker finds himself in the midst of a heavy thunderstorm that causes his plane to crash. Peter ends up in the middle of an unchartered jungle amongst hostile natives and strange beasts. Now Spider-Man must do his best to keep the plane crew safe, while somehow finding a way to get them home in one-piece.
While unwinding at a club, Peter Parker meets a girl named Carol who is surprisingly as interested in science as he is. After setting up a date, Peter decides to patrol the town as Spider-Man and stumbles upon a robbery perpetrated by...Carol! But things start to look fishy when Carol starts using the same spider powers as Spider-Man. Spider-Man follows her as she races back to their headquarters and discovers that they are from a distant civilization that crash landed one Earth and have been living underground waiting to be saved.
"Neptune's Nose Cone": When the Neptune missile sent to space for research fails during launch and crashes into the ocean, J. Jonah Jameson sends Peter Parker and a Daily Bugle journalist to cover the story. On route to the crash site, the Daily Bugle plane encounters a raging storm and are forced to crash land on a remote island. An indigenous tribe kidnaps the journalist, Penny, and Spider-Man must find her before it's too late.
"Thunder Rumble:" Things get dark and stormy for ol' Spidey as a fierce lighting storm reigns down on New York leaving the city easy pickings for criminals everywhere. Yet there may be more to these storms than meets the eye when the source of the lighting is revealed from beyond the stars. As the reach of the red planet mars readies it's ancient warriors for conquest, Spider-Man prepares for his biggest adventure yet. Small time criminals just may make it big in this classic episode.
"Trouble With Snow:" When a hi-voltage electric cable is accidentally cut, it falls into a toxic lake and onto a snowman. This uncanny series of events brings the snowman to life and creates an unstoppable monster made of snow. The monster rampages through the city and accumulates more and more snow, becoming a huge and terrible force that Spider-Man must find a way to destroy!
"Spider-Man Vs. Desperado:" Spider-Man encounters a flying cowboy on an electric horse. As he follows the intriguing character, Spider-Man witnesses the kooky cowboy perpetrate a bank heist and goes on a wild ride to round-up... the Desperado!
Peter is on the brink of giving up the Spider-Man costume when he meets a mystic figure named Madame Web and his biggest fan, a little girl called Tyana. Meanwhile, Doctor Octopus returns and attacks Spider-Man with his new Octobot.
During Doctor Octopus' attack, Spider-Man loses his memory. Realizing the opportunity at hand, Doctor Octopus convinces Spider-Man to become his partner in crime. Luckily for Spidey, Tyana and a cabbie named Mousie witness the incident and hatch a plan to save their favorite super hero!
Keane Marlow, an old friend of Uncle Ben, reappears in Aunt May's life and is introduced to Peter Parker. Peter discovers that his parents were involved in international espionage and sets out to investigate at the S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters. Meanwhile, the Kingpin and Herbert Landon hire the Insidious Six to retrieve a mysterious item called the Doomsday Device. The first step of the plan: to break Chameleon out of the S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters!
"Transformation To A Splendid Murder Machine"
A lovesick model is tricked into getting a chip implanted into her brain by Amazoness in order to win back her old flame. Now, Amazoness has complete control over her and Spiderman must stop her before she assassinates enemies of the Iron Cross Army.
Wow! This use to be the greatest thing ever when I was a kid. Really looks funny now, but brings back some childhood memories lol.
Cartoons were so cheesy back then!
cant believe this is over 4 decades old
"Where Crawls the Lizard": The Lizard is terrorizing the Florida Everglades and Spider-Man needs to find his way to Florida to stop the monster.
"Electro the Human Lightning Bolt": Spider-Man is accused of being a burglar and fights to capture Electro to save his name.
"Diet of Destruction": A metal-eating monster with a monstrous appetite goes on a feeding frenzy in New York!
"The Witching Hour": The Green Goblin uses J. Jonah Jameson as a medium to evoke evil spirits to do his bidding.
"The One-Eyed Idol": A mysterious idol appears at the Daily Bugle and forces J. Jonah Jameson to hand all his money over. Spider-Man must solve the mystery and defeat the culprits before they claim more victims.
"Fifth Avenue Phantom": The Phantom and his robots have burglarized a famous department store using shrink rays. Now Spider-Man must locate the stolen items and bring the Phantom to jail.
"The Revenge of Dr. Magneto": A disgruntled scientist uses magnetism to destroy parts of the city in order to gain recognition and fame. Spider-Man must race to prevent each catastrophe before the city is destroyed.
"The Sinister Prime Minister": The Prime Minister of Rutania is held captive and replaced by an impostor in order to steal gold intended to help fight poverty. Now, Spider-Man must free the real Prime Minister in order to make things right.
"The Night of the Villains": Spiderman fails to stop Blackbeard from stealing a treasure chest and Jesse James from robbing a bank. After tackling a Paris Executioner, Spiderman finds the villains are all wax robots created by Parafino.
"Here Comes Trubble": Classical statues are coming to life and causing trouble in the city. After some investigating, Spider-Man discovers that Ms. Trubble has been conjuring up the legendary creatures to do her bidding.
"Spider-Man Meets Doctor Noah Boddy": J. Jonah Jameson is framed for burglary by an invisible man. Now, Spider-Man must figure out how to defeat a foe he can't see in order to save his boss.
"The Fantastic Fakir": Spider-Man encounters a Fakir with mystical powers as he uses magic to steal precious stones. Spider-Man must defeat the Fakir and retrieve the jewels before the Maharaja returns.
"Return Of The Flying Dutchman": When the famed ship The Flying Dutchman appears near Smuggler's Cove, Spider-Man decides to investigate. While peering out to sea, Spider-Man is attacked and follows the goons to discover that Mysterio is behind the holograms of the Flying Dutchman.
"Farewell Performance": The Old Castle Theater is set to be demolished by the city, but strange things are happening to prevent the workers from destroying the building. When Spider-Man investigates, he is captured by the old legends of the theater and eventually realizes the importance of this city landmark.
''The Golden Rhino'': The Rhino is back and he's stolen two truckloads of gold to make a shining statue of himself. Now, Spider-Man must find a way to stop the unstoppable Rhino!
''Blueprint For Crime'': When Spider-Man foils a heist by the Plotter and his two lackeys Cowboy and Ox, the villains decide to capture Spider-Man. After discovering the plan, Spider-Man uses himself as bait and sets a trap that leads straight behind bars.
''The Spider and the Fly'': A mysterious character called the Human Fly is toying with Spider-Man by leading him away from a site and then stealing jewelry at the site. Spider-Man must outsmart the Human Fly to get to the bottom of the fiasco.
''The Slippery Dr. Von Schlick'': Spiderman encounters a slippery villain named Dr. Von Schlick in the middle of a fire. After losing him a second time while trying to prevent a barge from sinking, Spider-Man has no option but to stop this menace once and for all.
''The Vulture's Prey'': The Vulture abducts J. Jonah Jameson and ties him dangerously close to a large pendulum in order to lure Spider-Man in the open. Now, Spider-Man must risk his life to save the one man set on destroying his reputation.
''The Dark Terrors'': The Phantom is casting shadowy figures around the city to commit crimes. Spider-Man encounters one of the mysterious figures when Betty is attacked and must find a way to capture and defeat a villain he can't touch.
''The Terrible Triumph of Dr. Octopus'': Spider-Man fails to prevent Dr. Octopus from stealing Dr. Smarter's nullifier. Afer some investigation, Spider-Man tracks down Dr. Octopus, but the evil villain has a devious trap waiting for the webslinger.
''Magic Malice'': The Green Goblin escapes Spider-Man as he steals Blackwell's magic secrets. With his new array of magic tricks, the Goblin goes on a stealing spree around the city. Now Spider-Man must enlist the help of Blackwell to apprehend the magical menace!
''Fountain of Terror'': Peter discovers that Dr. Connor is missing and travels to Florida to investigate. He encounters Cliventon, and chases him along with Billy Connor to his hideout where they find the doctor. Now, they must work as a team to defeat Cliventon and save the doctor!
''Fiddler on the Loose'': The Fiddler kidnaps Flintridge's band, a popular music group. Spider-Man rushes to prevent the Fiddler from destroying the Flintridge's music and get them back on the airwaves.
''To Catch A Spider'': Dr. Noah Boddy releases Electro, the Green Goblin, and the Vulture from prison to get back at Spider-Man. All three disable Spider-Man's powers and arrange to meet at midnight at the docks. But Spider-Man is one step ahead as he starts his plan to pit them against each other.
''Double Identity'': The villain Charles Cameo commits a crime while disguised as Peter Parker and encounters Spider-Man at the scene of the crime. Spider-Man fails to capture the master of masquerade and has no way of knowing who Cameo will impersonate next. Luckily, Cameo's hubris gets the best of him as he poses as Spider-Man and encounters the real Spider-Man, initiating a doppelganger showdown!
''Sting of the Scorpion'': The Scorpion escapes prison to get back at Jonah Jameson and Spider-Man. The Scorpion breaks into Dr. Stillwell's lab and drinks a toxic potion that mutates him into a twenty-foot-tall giant. He captures Jameson and starts rampaging into the city. Now, Spider-Man must find a way to return the Scorpion to his normal size in order to save Jameson.
''Trick or Treachery'': The Fly Twins break into a vault and frame Spider-Man for the crime in the process. The villains implant a "fly tracer" on Spider-Man in order to monitor his whereabouts and continue to frame him while committing crimes in the city. After discovering that he has been tricked, Spider-Man sets out to clear his name and corners the Fly Twins at a fur storage warehouse for a final battle.
''The Origin of Spider-Man'': Peter Parker is bitten by a radioactive spider and soon finds that he has gained the arachnid's amazing abilities. He learns that "with great power there must also always be great responsibility" after his Uncle Ben, husband of Aunt May, is murdered by a thief who he allowed to get away during a heist.
''Swing City'': A mad scientist takes control of a power station and uses it to energize his anti-gravity device. Meanwhile, Peter Parker finally lands a date and must decide whether or not to break it to save the city. Suffice to say, Spider-Man understands that ''with great power, comes great responsibility.''
''Criminals In The Clouds'': Peter plans to use his super powers to become a star athlete for his high school's football team. He becomes a waterboy in hopes that it will lead to a spot on the team. But Peter's plans are disrupted when The Skymaster kidnaps the school's star quarterback and Spider-Man must take matters into his own hands.
''Menace From The Bottom Of The World'': A criminal takes charge of subterranean molemen and uses them create sinkholes under bank buildings to steal all the money inside.
''Diamond Dust'': Museum robbers disguised as gorillas create a diversion by unlocking a zoo cage and stealing valuable items while the wild animals occupy the security. Spider-Man discovers the devious plan and corrals the freed animals in time to get to the bottom of the heist.
"Cold Storage:" Two diamond thieves have hatched a plan to freeze their stolen goods in ice in order to transport them into a different location. Underestimating the burglars, Spider-Man is knocked unconscious, bound and thrown in an absolute-zero freezer. Waking after being frozen, Spider-Man finds himself in a post-apocalyptic future full of hostiles and strange beasts.
"To Cage A Spider:" While chasing two burglars after a bank heist, Spider-Man is knocked unconscious and taken to a prison infirmary by the police. As he recovers from his wounds, he discovers that the inmates in the prison have taken over and are planning to escape. Spider-Man devises an ingenious plan and pretends to be part of the escape in order to save Captain Stacy and get the inmates back in their cells.
"The Winged Thing:" The Vulture is back in town and he's spreading fear across the city in hopes that the fear he creates will lead to his eventual rule! Refusing to let this happen to his beloved city, Spider-Man sets out to capture the Vulture and put him away once and for all. But are the two too evenly matched for Spider-Man to win? Will the Vulture finally out-smart the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man?
"Conner's Reptiles:" J. Jonah Jameson sends Peter Parker to the Florida everglades to cover a developing story about Dr. Conner's new serum that increases reptile intelligence. When he arrives, Spider-Man finds out that Dr. Conner has been kidnapped by one of his creations!
"Sky Harbor:" A disgruntled and delusional Baron from WWII has emerged from his mountain stronghold and takes a jet liner hostage demanding rule for the sky. The United Nations meet to discuss the Baron's demands and seek help from Spider-Man.
"The Big Brainwasher:" The Kingpin and his goons create a mind-control machine and use it to manipulate powerful city officials. Spider-Man discovers the plan and leaps into action to stop the Kingpin.
"The Vanishing Doctor Vespasian:" A mad genius, Doctor Vespasian, discovers a breakthrough chemical that allows him to become invisible. Using his new power of invisibility, Doctor Vespasian goes on a bank robbing spree. Fed up with the unending string of robberies, the city asks Spider-Man for help.
"Super Swami": While napping after a long night on patrol, Spider-Man wakes up to an unprecedented illusion! A floating Eye, firing beams of fire, causes blizzards in the heat of summer and bridges and tunnels to disappear, all caused by Coga the Great Super Swami of Storms! How will our favorite Wall-Crawler escape the Swami's Snow Globe of Doom to save Manhattan?
"The Birth of Micro Man": Peter Parker unwillingly helps the fugitive Micro Man get away from prison. Realizing his mistake, will Spider-Man be able to survive his shrink ray to put an end to the Kingdom Come Machine?
"Knight Must Fall": King Arthur the play is in town and one of the Knights of the Round Table is at large! Can Spider-Man save his job at the Daily Bugle, and defeat Sir Galahad before he steals King Arthur's sword? Find out!
"The Devious Dr. Dumpty": The Dastardly Man of Science Dr. Dumpty goes on a gas filled crime spree! Stealing a million dollars in jewels from starlet Rachelle Wells, the Mad Doctor attempts to steal a golden mask from Africa, but will Peter Parker's science know-how overcome the Doctor's?
''Up From Nowhere'': Dr. Atlantean, the Gilled Menace of the Seven Seas strikes Manhattan, displaying his "Sweet Tune of Destruction" by submerging Manhattan and causing earthquakes. Can Spider-Man spoil the plans of the deranged scientist bent on conquering the surface world or will he find himself walking the plank?
"Rollarama": While snooping around Professor Carl Von Lutz's abandoned house, Peter Parker and Sue unwittingly unleash a Giant Expanding Roller Ball that threatens the free world! Spider-Man wanders into the world of the plant-like humanoids known as The Vegio to find the device that can shrink the ball back down to size. Can Spider-Man "plant one on 'em" in time to stop the Rolling Ball of Destruction from colliding with a missile silo?
''Rhino'': The walloping Rhino sets his sights on some gold bouillon, trashing submarines, trains, and armored cars! Will Spider-Man be able to put a stop to the unstoppable? Or will he be left in the wreckage of the Rhino's wake?
''The Madness of Mysterio'': Mysterio returns to hit Spider-Man with some special effects that shrink him down to size. How will the six-inch tall Webhead make it through Mysterio's funhouse of gigantic proportions?
''Revolt in the 5th Dimension'': Spider-Man comes up against The Infinita of Dimensia 5! As a key researcher for the Library of Garth crashes on Earth, it's up to Spider-Man to protect the entire library that's been saved on a tiny jewel! Will our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man be able to defeat the X-Ray Intelligence of the Infinata, or will he submit to their devious mind games?
"Specialists and Slaves'": The Radiation Specialist is out of prison with a dastardly new plan to take over Manhattan! By luring Spider-Man out of the city with a runaway car, the Specialist uses Manhattan's only active Nuclear Reactor to take over the city, causing it to rise out of the Hudson River into the sky and turn New Yorkers into his Spider-Man hunting slaves!
"Down to Earth": Peter Parker is sent out by the Bugle to take photos of the giant meteor that recently crashed. He soon finds himself tied up as Green Men creep out of the South Pole caves to sacrifice the meteor to their Geyser God! Can Spider-Man make it through the cave creatures and man-sized Venus Fly-traps to prevent the Green Men from sacrificing the meteor and plunging Earth into Intergalactic Terror?
"Trip To Tomorrow": In the last episode of the 1967 animated series of "Spider-Man" ol' Webhead ends up a stowaway on a train bound for Podunk, Michigan! On the train he finds a boy who hopes to become a costumed crime fighter like Spidey, calling himself The Caped Protector of Podunk! The kid asks Spider-Man what advice he has for him. Our hero obliges by teaching the kid a lesson in risk taking by retelling some of his greatest adventures.
"The Power of Dr. Octopus": Dr. Octopus kidnaps Spider-Man in order to hold the city ransom.
"Sub-Zero for Spidey": Spider-Man battles ice creatures to save his city from freezing.
"Spider-Man meets Skyboy :" When Dr. Irving Caldwell suddenly disappears after finally being awarded for his research, his son takes matters into his own hands. Using his father's invention the "Astro helmet," to become 'Skyboy' but are his heroics a help or a hinderance to the Web-slinger? and when a rival photographer moves in on Peter's turf, will the famous Parker luck come through? check out this ultra retro episode to find out.
Unaware that absorbing Spider-Man's youth would also absorb his DNA, the Vulture begins to mutate in the Man-Spider. Growing weak from the rapid aging, Spider-Man seeks help from Dr. Connors to find a cure. Meanwhile, the Scorpion is back in town and kidnaps Dr. Farley Stillwell to find a cure for his own mutation.
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