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  1. Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge

    Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge

    1981 · Action · 1h 32m
  1. Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge is a 1981 American superhero film that had a theatrical release abroad, a composite of the 1979 two-parter episode "The Chinese Web" of the contemporary television series The Amazing Spider-Man, released, theatrically, on 9 May 1981. It was directed by Don McDougall, written by Lionel E. Siegel and stars Nicholas Hammond as the titular character, Rosalind Chao, Robert F. Simon, Benson Fong, and Ellen Bry. It is the sequel to Spider-Man and Spider-Man Strikes Ba

  2. Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge (TV Movie 1979) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

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    Min Lo Chan, the Chinese Minister of Industrial Development, who happens to be an old college friend of J. Jonah Jameson, flees China and comes to the United States to locate three men who during the war approached him and offered him money for secrets about Mao Zedong, which he refused at the time. He stays with his daughter, Emily Chan who lives in New York City. But now it appears the incident is being investigated and he needs to find one of them quickly in order to verify his innocence.

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    Nicholas Hammond as Spider-Man/Peter Parker

    Rosalind Chao as Emily Chan

    Robert F. Simon as J. Jonah Jameson

    Benson Fong as Min Lo Chan

    Richard Erdman as Zeider

    Ellen Bry as Julie Masters

    • Stan Lee &Steve Ditko
    • Lionel E. Siegel
    • Don McDougall
    • 3 min
  3. Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge: Directed by Don McDougall. With Nicholas Hammond, Robert F. Simon, Chip Fields, Ellen Bry. The amazing Spider-Man goes to China to help a World War II official accused of treachery.

  4. Dull mix of mild comicbook heroics and kung fu. The Spectacular Spider-Man 6 August 2000. The Dragon's Challenge cuts back on the wallcrawling, webswinging action of our hero and concentrates on Japanese WWII-inspired political intrigue. How anti-exciting.

  5. Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge is a 1981 American superhero film that had a theatrical release abroad, a composite of the 1979 two-parter episode "The Chinese Web" of the contemporary television series The Amazing Spider-Man, released, theatrically, on 9 May 1981. It was directed by Ron Satlof, written by Lionel E. Siegel and stars Nicholas Hammond as the titular character, Rosalind Chao, Robert F. Simon, Benson Fong, and Ellen Bry.

  6. As Spider-Man, Peter saves Min's life several times. Then Peter gets a line of the last of the Marines needed to clear Min's name, Professor Dent, who agrees to help. Along with Min, Peter and his own niece Emily, he flies to Hong Kong to testify. However, Zeider has Dent kidnapped to ensure his silence. With Emily's help, Spider-Man traces the kidnappers to Zeider.

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