Two episodes of the TV series "Spider Man" edited together and released as a feature. Shot partially in HONG KONG this episode uses asian intrigue to tell a tale that was unusual from most in the SPIDER MAN tv series. People find this show today at times painful to watch, yet it is good clean family fun. I supose in retrospect it is indicitive of the "cookie cutter" system in place at the time it was made. The show was aimed at kids when it was made in the 1970's yet the season run of the show was brutally short.
While not as good as Spider-Man Strikes Back (1978), this is amusing stuff, with some extremely cool fight scenes and painful sound effects. Nicolas Hammond finally gets a decent(ish) haircut, and he goes to Japan to battle a couple of low-rent kung fu types. the theme tune is great, and Spidey himself is ridiculously funky. Go on, watch it - you know you want to!