Spider-Man (1967)

Season 1 Episode 14

The Golden Rhino / Blueprint For Crime

Aired Unknown Dec 09, 1967 on ABC

Episode Fan Reviews (2)

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  • Spidey faces one villain and a lot of precious metal in "The Golden Rhino." "Blueprint for Crime" presents him with three villains and a bunch of blueprints.

    "The Golden Rhino" isn't quite as good as its predecessor ("Horn of the Rhino"), but it entertains well enough as Spidey faces the Rhino while trying to retrieve stolen gold. He finds that the Rhino has crafted a golden statue of himself. A chase in the sewers ensues. Ed Macnamara's gruff voice matches the brutish Rhino perfectly.

    In "Blueprint for Crime," the Plotter (Gillie Fenwick) sends his henchmen Cowboy (Bernard Cowan) and Ox (Paul Soles) to collect blueprints for a secret device. This episode captures the flavors of the time with some very pleasing art when it visits a Greenwich Village coffee shop.

  • Golden Rhino/Blueprint For Crime is a adventurous segment

    Despite that this series was very repetitive, this is still a pleasure to watch the classic Spider-Man show.

    The Golden Rhino is a classic episode that i find the storyline very well, but Blueprint for Crime is most interesting and great. Recently, i think already watch this episode that i am younger +10 years before. I think yes.