Spider-Man (1967)

Season 1 Episode 18

Fountain of Terror / Fiddler On the Loose

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Aired Unknown Jan 06, 1968 on ABC
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Fountain of Terror / Fiddler On the Loose
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Fountain of Terror: Dr. Curtis Conner goes missing in the Florida swamps after finding the Fountain of Youth. When Spidey investigates the scientist's disappearance, he discovers a fifteenth century Spanish conquistador, Ponce de Leon, who is intent upon keeping the magical fountain a secret. Fiddler On the Loose: Because he hates rock-and-roll for its having replaced classical music in the tastes of the masses, a fiddler with a deadly, sonic violin seeks revenge upon pop-music sponsor Cyrus Flintridge.moreless

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    Paul Soles

    Paul Soles

    Spider-Man/Peter Parker

    Peg Dixon

    Peg Dixon

    Mary Jane Watson/Betty Brant/Polly/Sue J. Jonah

    Paul Kligman

    Paul Kligman

    J. Jonah Jameson/Jake/Additional Voices

    Bernard Cowan

    Bernard Cowan

    Narrator/Additional Voices/Dr. Magneto/Cowboy

    Gillie Fenwick

    Gillie Fenwick

    Dr. Smartyr/Lizard Man/Dr. Curtis Conner/Plotter/Pardo (voice) (uncredited)

    Recurring Role

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      • This episode is available on the VHS Marvel Comics Video Library Volume 24: "The Incredible Hulk".

      • After he and the police find The Fiddler captured by Spider-Man, Cyrus Flintridge reveals that The Fiddler's name is Otto. It's also revealed that Cyrus also sponsors a place for Classical Music.

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        Ponce de Leon is an actual historical figure, who spent a good deal of time searching Florida for "the fountain of youth", a mystical spring whose waters could restore youth, health, and vigor to the aged and infirm. His verifiable claim to fame was as the European discoverer of Florida.

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