Spider-Man (1967)

Season 1 Episode 11

The Night of the Villains / Here Comes Trubble

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Aired Unknown Nov 18, 1967 on ABC
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The Night of the Villains / Here Comes Trubble
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The Night of the Villains: Historic villains Blackbeard the Pirate, Jesse James, and the Executioner of Paris are committing robberies in New York City, and Spidey tracks them to their lair- Parafino's Wax Museum, where Spidey's wax-master enemy is scheming to besiege and plunder the city with robotized wax villains. Here Comes Trubble: Miss Trubble, a book dealer obsessed with mythology, is owner of a magical chest from which she summons a succession of mythological figures, from centaurs to the Cyclops to Diana the Hunter-Goddess, to commit robberies of ancient artifacts on her behalf.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

Jack Mather

Jack Mather

Jesse James (voice) (uncredited)

Guest Star

Ed McNamara

Ed McNamara

Rhino/Blackbeard/Vulcan (voice) (uncredited)

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Max Ferguson

Max Ferguson

Phantom/Executioner of Paris (voice) (uncredited)

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Len Carlson

Len Carlson

Green Goblin/Parafino/Bolton/Jan Caldwell/Captain Ned Stacy/Vegio (voice) (uncredited)

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      Pandora was the first woman created by the gods. She and Epimethius, a titan, were at home when Mecury, the divine messenger, approached. Mercury staggered under the weight of a huge box, and begged the couple to let him leave it with them, as he was too tired to convey it to its destination. They allowed this, and a grateful Mercury sped off, promising to return soon.

      Overcome by curiosity, foolish Pandora opened the box, discovering to her horror that within it, Jupiter had imprisoned all the evils, vices, diseases, and maladies of the world. All of which now were free.

      But all was not lost, for the gods in their kindness placed Hope within the box as well, and when Pandora opened the box a second time, Hope was loosed into the world.

      And that is why, according to myth, there is evil in the world, and why hope is so potent against it.

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