Spider-Man 70's Live Action TV Series - FIXED

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  2. GoldGoblin

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    Awesome.How come Nicholas Hammond never gets mentioned as much as Adam West or Lou Ferrigno does?
     
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    This show only lasted for one season?I didn't know that.I remember every time spidey would web swing,they would always use the same footage of him shooting a web on a crane and you would see him swing over to the next building.

    This footage was even more funny when spidey was in Japan and then when he would web swing to the next building,you would suddenly see the same footage of him swinging in a New York city background.
     
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    as i recall it was 2 mini series over two seasons
     
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    I just can't imagin how ANYONE in their right mind would cast a guy who looked SO WHIMPY in costume like that. Ugg, how embarrassing! I have too much love and respect for the character to want to see him look so stupid... and calling it "campy" doesn't really make it right. :(
     
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    It didn't, thankfully. And since Adam West's portrayal was pretty much the opposite of Batman, Hammond's lack of recognition is a good thing.
     
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    I used to love this show. First came the pilot, then a 5 episode series. Then the following year there were like, I think, 7 more or something. Fred Waugh was the stuntman who did all of Spidey's wallcrawling. And yes, he did that on the side of the Empire State bldg hooked to a wire and winch!
     
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    Which was clearly visible.
     
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