|"The Crime of All Centuries"|
Season 1, Episode 2
|Airdate||September 19th, 1981|
|Writer||Donald F. Glut|
|Director||Donald L. Jurwich|
|Producer||David H. DePatie; Lee Gunther; Dennis Marks|
|Starring||Dan Gilvezan; Kathy Garver; Frank Welker|
|Previous||"The Triumph of the Green Goblin"|
|Next||"The Fantastic Mr. Frump"|
"The Crime of All Centuries" is the second episode of season one of the superhero animated series Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, and the second episode of the series overall. It was directed by Donald L. Jurwich with a script written by Donald F. Glut. It first aired on NBC on Saturday, September 19th, 1981 at 10:30 am. The series is based on the Spider-Man family of comic book titles published by Marvel Comics.
Principal Cast Edit
|Dan Gilvezan||Spider-Man, Peter Parker|
|Kathy Garver||Firestar, Angelica Jones|
|Frank Welker||Iceman, Bobby Drake|
Guest Stars Edit
|June Foray||May Parker|
|Robert Ridgely||Kraven the Hunter|
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