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The Peril of Doc Ock
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Spider-Man and Doc Ock fight
Directed by
Released
Genre
Action
Running time
3:49
Language None
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Created for
  • Sony Pictures
  • LEGO logo

The Peril of Doc Ock, also known as Spider-Man: The Peril of Doc Ock, is a 2004 action brickfilm by Tony Mines and Tim Drage of Spite Your Face Productions.[1] It was produced for The LEGO Group and Sony Pictures to promote the 2004 Spider-Man 2 movie and line of LEGO Spider-Man 2 toys.[2][3]

Plot Edit

Peter Parker is leaving the Daily Bugle when a bunch of people run past. Doc Ock is on the loose and throwing cars, elephants and Duplo blocks everywhere. Spider-Man is here! Doc Ock follows Spider-Man up the Daily Bugle building, where Jonah J. Jameson sees them fight. Doc Ock falls onto a subway car and tosses out the conductor, who lands in water. Spider-Man and Doc Ock fight, then Doc Ock separates the front subway car, stranding Mary Jane and Aunt May in the runaway car. Spider-Man jumps onto the runaway car and fights Doc Ock until the subway car meets a dead end and crashes into a warehouse at the docks. Mary Jane and Aunt May land safely in a spider web, and Spider-Man and Doc Ock continue to fight. Eventually Doc Ock slips and falls into the water, where his robotic arms short out. Spider-Man fishes out Doc Ock and saves the day.[4]

Alternate Ending Edit

A second version of the film was produced with an alternate ending, which takes place after the subway car crashes through the dead end. The subway car lands on a dock, riding along it and smashing the dock to pieces until the subway car crashes into a warehouse. Spider-Man, Aunt May and Mary Jane look around the creepy warehouse, and Doc Ock bursts through the floor. Spider-Man uses his web-slinging skills to tie Doc Ock to a pillar. Doc Ock finally breaks free and runs into an electrical box, frying his arms. His arms turn on him, smack him in the face, and then do a silly dance. Doc Ock's arms, with Doc Ock attached, dance their way out to a line of police cars and get into a police van.[5][6]

Crew Edit

References Edit

  1. Announcement of release of the film
  2. Spite Your Face
  3. History of Brickfilms
  4. YouTube Video
  5. Alt Ending on YouTube
  6. Alt Ending Discussion on Brickfilms.com

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