Spider-Man TV Show 70´s Ep 1 Pilot – Full Series 1Hr 30mins
Spider-Man TV Show 70´s Ep 1 Pilot – Full Series 1Hr 30mins – Watch the whole Amazing Spider-Man TV Show 70´s Ep 1 Pilot lasting 1Hr 30Mins.
Very good adaptation from the comic book and fine f/xs for the time of the film. Starring: Nicholas hammond as spidey.
Spider-Man TV Show 70´s Ep 1 Pilot is the first live-action television series about the Marvel Comics hero of the same name, although it is not the first live-action portrayal of the character, since Spider-Man was featured in a series of comedic short skits called Spidey Super Stories beginning in the 1974 season of PBS’ The Electric Company children’s educational program. The Amazing Spider-Man TV Show was first shown in the United States from September 19, 1977 to July 6, 1979.
The Amazing Spider-Man TV Show brought considerable ratings success for CBS.For it’s time the Amazing Spider-Man TV Show captured the Minds of an eager audience who where always anticipating the next episode…
Amazing Spider-Man TV Show was cancelled after just 13 episodes, which included a pilot film airing in autumn of 1977. None of the episodes were released on DVD, but almost all of them have been released on VHS. Despite its storylines being set in New York City (the character’s hometown), the series was mostly filmed in Los Angeles.
Cast and characters Spider-Man TV Show 70’s
Nicholas Hammond as Peter Parker / Spider-Man
David White (pilot) and Robert F. Simon (from episode 2) as J. Jonah Jameson
Chip Fields as Rita Conway
Michael Pataki as Capt. Barbera (season 1)
Ellen Bry as Julie Masters (season 2)
The cast of Spider-Man 70’s
The only characters to appear regularly in both the television series and comics were Peter Parker/Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson, and Aunt May. Joe “Robbie” Robertson (played by Hilly Hicks) also appeared, but only in the pilot. Farley Stillwell, a scientist in the Marvel universe, makes a cameo in Wolfpack. A different actress played Aunt May in each episode in which she appeared.
In both these incarnations, J. Jonah Jameson’s abrasive, flamboyant personality was toned-down, and the character was portrayed as more avuncular (though oftentimes still short-tempered).
During the mid- 70’s, Marvel Comics publisher (and Spider-Man co-creator) Stan Lee sold CBS the rights to produce a prime time live-action Spider-Man series, to be helmed by producer Daniel R. Goodman. Veteran actor Nicholas Hammond was cast in the lead role (though all of Spider-Man’s stunts were performed by the series’s stunt coordinator.(Source wiki)
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