Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Season 3 Episode 2

The Transylvanian Connection

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Aired Saturday 10:30 PM Unknown on NBC
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The Transylvanian Connection
When Angelica is swept off her feet by a stranger at a dance, he lures her outside to hypnotize her. Her will drained, he kidnaps her aboard his private plane and they take off for Transylvania with Spider-Man and Iceman in hot pursuit. Once there, they manage to free Angelica from Dracula's control, but they still have to deal with the vampire himself, a werewolf and Frankenstein.moreless

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    June Foray

    June Foray

    Aunt May

    Dick Tufeld

    Dick Tufeld

    Narrator (Season 1)

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Bobby Drake/Ice-Man, Flash Thompson, Ms. Lion

    Kathy Garver

    Kathy Garver

    Angelica Jones/Firestar

    Dan Gilvezan

    Dan Gilvezan

    Peter Parker/Spider-Man

    Stan Lee

    Stan Lee

    Narrator (Season 2)

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Wolfman

    Guest Star

    Stanley Jones

    Stanley Jones

    Dracula

    Guest Star

    Walker Edmiston

    Walker Edmiston

    Frankenstein's Monster

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The map the pilots are using as Spider-Man looks in through the window shows 3 countries marked up Yugoslavia, Transylvania & Bohemia. Time for a new map folks.

      • It's strange that after Angelica was kidnapped from the college dance, and Spider-Man and Iceman went all the way to Transylvania to rescue her, they returned to what seems to be the same dance by the time this episode is over. After all, Transylvania is several hours ahead of New York City, add the fact it took several hours to travel there (and back). Realistically, the dance should have been long over. The only possibility is that it was a two-day event. But chances of that was doubtful and even if it was, would the superheroes really wanted to go back there after all that time? Factor in a lack of sleep and a lot of jet lag, and they would have been better off going home to their bedrooms.

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