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Supaida-Man - Meiken yo Chichi no Moto e Hashire

Spider-Man - Clever Dog, Run Back to Dad / episode 16

Japan 1978
produced by
Toru Hirayama, Susumu Yoshikawa for Toei
directed by Koichi Takemoto
starring Shinji Toudou, Mitsuo Ando, Izumi Oyama, Rika Miura, Yukie Kagawa
written by Shozo Uehara, based on the Marvel Comics-character Spider-Man created by Stan Lee (writer), Steve Ditko (artist)

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review by
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Spider-Man (Shinji Todoo) saves a boy, Isamu, from a landslide after being dragged into action by the kid's dog Ricky. Spidey soon finds out the landslide was caused by the Iron Cross Army, and wonders why the Army is attacking little boys now - but Isamu won't talk ... thus Spidey investigates on hiw own and finds out Isamu's dad, who has constructed a big dam, has gone missing three days ago, and he figures this must have been the work of the Iron Cross Army.

Of course Spidey is right, the Army needs Isamu's dad to tell them how to effectively blow up above-mentioned dam so it will flood a nearby nuclear reactor and take nuclear waste all the way to the Tokyo sewers. Isamu's dad is willing to give up that information only after the Iron Cross Army threatens his son. Spidey interferes but is captured by the army, and he and Isamu's dad are both tied up to be blown up with the dam ... but Ricky the dog interferes, frees them, and now Spidey takes care of the Iron Cross Army and their giant monster, using his giant robot Marveller/Leopardon.

One question though: Why did the Iron Cross Army not just use this episode's giant monster (they have a different one every episode) to destroy the dam?

 

Childish fun. Maybe a little too strong on animal action, but still entertaining in a rather brainless way.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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