The Spider-Man TV series consisted of a pilot, and thirteen subsequent episodes which aired haphazardly over two seasons on CBS between 1977 and 1979. Several of the shows were edited to make three movies, as indicated. The story was only loosely based on the comics. The villains were all newly created, and most of the cast was re-invented.
Apparently, CBS was reluctant to commit to a regular time-slot, as they didn't want to become known as "The Super-Hero Channel", since they were running a glut of Super-Hero movies and TV series at the time. The program wasn't pulling good numbers, and it was canned before it really hit its stride.
Stan Lee himself is on the record as having said he did not like the show, finding it boring and one-dimensional.
The core cast was was rather small compared to the comic cast from which it was taken. Aunt May didn't feature heavily. Jonah Jameson didn't appear in the pilot. Judy Tyler was added as a fellow reporter for romantic interest, and had no real equivalent in the comics.
Peter Parker/Spider Man - Nicholas Hammond Judy Tyler - Lisa Elibacher Julie Masters - Ellen Bry Major Collins - Ted Danson Captain Barbera - Michael Pataki J. Jonah Jameson - Robert F. Simon Aunt May - Irene Tedrow Rita Conway - Chip Fields Executive Producer - Charles W. Fries Executive Producer - Daniel R. Goodman Producer - Robert Janes Producer - Ron Satlof Original Music - Dana Kaproff Original Music - Stu Phillips (also theme) Original Music - Johnnie Spence Written by - Alvin Boretz
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