When preparing the show notes for the latest episode, the Crack Research Team thought it might be enlightening to discover who actually voiced Special Guest Star Spider-Man in Pyramids of Terror, the debut installment of Spider-Woman. Unfortunately, the series has generic credits for voices, listing everyone who has a role in any episode, not just any particular one, and they aren't matched with the characters.
Well, it's 2020, so this should be easy, right? Well, not so much. IMDB and TV.com don't help. Wikipedia doesn't help.
According to this article, Paul Soles voices Spidey in both his appearances on Spider-Woman, but he sure sounds different in his return in episode 7. The Kongo Spider. I believe the article is incorrect. Soles voiced Spider-Man in the immortal 1967 cartoon series (which should be on Disney Plus NOW), but it certainly isn't him in both Spider-Woman appearances, and maybe not even in either one.
Adding to the confusion, Spider-Man's voice in his 1981 solo series is Ted Schwartz. I love that, by the way, and want it to sink in for a minute: Ted Schwartz.
(Schwartz (1934-2014) was also Thrasher in G.I. Joe and starred in a Transformers arc as well.)
In Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends a year later, Dan Gilvezan is Spidey.
And just for the record, 1977's live-action series stars Nicholas Hammond.
So that's 5 different Spider-Men in about 5 or 6 years, and I still don't know who it is in Pyramids of Terror.
Does anyone know this man's secret identity?
Or this one?
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