| Sins of the Father (Part 6)|
Season 3, Episode 6
|Airdate||September 21st, 1996|
|Writer||Cynthia Harrison; Mark Hoffmeier; Brooks Wachtel|
|Producer||Stan Lee; Bob Richardson|
|Starring||Christopher Daniel Barnes; Linda Gary; Edward Asner; Rodney Saulsberry; Sara Ballantine|
|Next||"The Man Without Fear"|
"Framed" is the sixth episode of season three of the animated superhero fantasy series Spider-Man and the thirty-third episode of the series overall. It is the sixth chapter in the "Sins of the Father" storyline. The episode was directed by supervising director and producer Bob Richardson with a script written by Cynthia Harrison, Mark Hoffmeier and Brooks Wachtel. It first aired on FOX Kids on Saturday, September 21st, 1996.
Principal Cast Edit
|Christopher Daniel Barnes||Spider-Man, Peter Parker|
|Linda Gary||May Parker|
|Edward Asner||J. Jonah Jameson|
|Rodney Saulsberry||Joe Robertson|
|Sara Ballantine||Mary Jane Watson|
Guest Stars Edit
|Majel Barrett||Anna Watson|
|Edward Albert||Daredevil, Matt Murdock|
|Nick Jameson||Richard Fisk|
|Roscoe Lee Browne||Kingpin, Wilson Fisk|
|Amy Hill||Agent Susan Choi|
|Dawnn Lewis||Lieutenant Terri Lee|
|Gary Imhoff||Harry Osborn|
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