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Spider-man 1966 cartoon

Though there's been many animated versions of this great character, it's the 1966 version that rules ! With stories taken straight from the Stan Lee and Steve Ditko comics, the cartoon was fantastic. Comic book legend, Gray Morrow, served as the show's Art Director, which showed in the trippy watercolored backgrounds which looked as if New York City was in the middle of a nuclear holocaust as Spidey swung through the air.
Of course, the single greatest thing about Spider-Man was its theme song. The snazzy horns and drums composed by Bob Harris were present in the whole show, but it's the fantastic lyrics by Paul Francis Webster that make it one of the best cartoon songs ever written. And you gotta hear The Ramones version of the song for a real treat. Thanks Robert Berry.

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