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Old 12-26-2016, 04:41 PM
 
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As corny as they are by today's standards, when I was a kid I absolutely loved all those old '70s super hero shows.
I watched all of them. I mean everything. Remember this, from 1979...!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legend...he_Superheroes

Legends of the Superheroes
  • Adam West as Batman (both specials)
  • Burt Ward as Robin (both specials)
  • William Schallert as Retired Man/Scarlet Cyclone (both specials)
  • Mickey Morton as Solomon Grundy (both specials)
  • Jeff Altman as Weather Wizard (both specials)
  • Charlie Callas as Sinestro (both specials)
  • Howard Murphy as Green Lantern (both specials)
  • A'leisha Brevard as Giganta (both specials)
  • Garrett Craig as Captain Marvel (both specials)
  • Howard Morris as Dr. Sivana (both specials)
  • Danuta as Black Canary (both specials)
  • Bill Nuckols as Hawkman (both specials)
  • Rod Haase as The Flash (both specials)
  • Gabriel Dell as Mordru (both specials)
  • Barbara Joyce as Huntress (both specials)
  • Frank Gorshin as The Riddler (1st special)
  • Ruth Buzzi as Aunt Minerva (2nd special)
  • Ed McMahon as Himself (2nd special)
  • Alfie Wise as The Atom (2nd special)
  • June Gable as Rhoda Rooter (2nd special)
  • Pat Carroll as Hawkman's Mother (2nd special)
  • Brad Sanders as Ghetto Man (2nd special)
  • Gary Owens as Narrator (uncredited) (both specials)
  • Marsha Warfield as Woman in phone booth (uncredited) (1st special)
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Old 01-04-2017, 02:31 AM
 
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Question...

Cap and Falcon
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captured the Winter Solder and then pinned him by the arm in the vise machine.

It was not until Steve was sure he was "talking to Buckey" that they had a Q&A session.

Is this when CA found out that The Winter Soldier killed Tony's parents?
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Let me google that for you:

LMGTFY

(DON'T MIND ME. I SAW THE LMGTFY AT ANOTHER SITE AND I'VE BEEN DYING TO USE IT. )

Also, it used to be funny, but now it's gotten all serious.

But with all kidding aside, the best answer is at quora.com. And here are the best two answers there:

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Rakesh Kr, More into Marvel movies than comics.

Written 18 May 2016

Remember the second Captain America movie - The winter soldier,When Natasha and Steve come across the AI form of Zola, Zola clearly says accidents will happen, on the screen a newspaper cut depicting car accident of Starks is shown. There, Steve Rogers comes to know that it was not an accident but Hydra had them killed.

Now come to the recent Civil War movie. After Steve captures Bucky and questions him, he tells that Zemo was specifically asking him for MISSION REPORT DECEMBER 16,1991, the day he killed Starks. He tells about his involvement to Cap ( this is interpreted, not shown on screen ). In support of my point, during final battle Tony asks Bucky if he remembers them, he said YES. So he remembers the assasinations done by him (ofcourse Tony’s parents too) and he must have told to Cap during his capture then.
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Leonard Aarons, Been a Marvel fan for most of my life. Avid fan of Spidey and Wolverine.

Written 4 Nov 2016

At the end of Winter Soldier, Cap’s handed a file by Natasha and warned…

“Be careful, Steve. You might not want to pull on that string…”

Within those files, I’ve got reason to believe that Bucky’s role in the deaths of the Starks is detailed. So yeah, Cap knew because he had the file which told him so.
Also, see the AI Zola newspaper clippings at the quora.com site.

https://www.quora.com/SPOILERS-FOR-C...Starks-parents

I hope that helps.
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Old 01-04-2017, 02:41 AM
 
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Also...

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Also, here is the youtube video clip at the quora.com site with AI Zola and the Howard Stark accident Easter egg newspaper clipping in case you missed it. Plus, notice the date in the newspaper clipping and compare it to Bucky's Zemo debriefing:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNjLEaTHskQ

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Old 02-14-2018, 09:30 AM
 
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Watched this last night, and enjoyed it. I wonder who pays the bill for destroying an airport? The Spider-Man kid was funny.
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:51 AM
 
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Watched this last night, and enjoyed it. I wonder who pays the bill for destroying an airport? The Spider-Man kid was funny.
The other movies suggest that Tony Stark picks up all those bills. I guess a benefit of being under the Sokovia Accords is that the government which sends you and not a rich hero would be responsible
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Old 02-14-2018, 10:30 AM
 
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The other movies suggest that Tony Stark picks up all those bills. I guess a benefit of being under the Sokovia Accords is that the government which sends you and not a rich hero would be responsible
But the rich hero gets to own the company that has the exclusive government contract to do the rebuilding...cheating little guys out of what could be lucrative work.
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Old 02-14-2018, 03:44 PM
 
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After a while I would think even Tony Stark would run out of money. Oops we destroyed New York City, write a check.
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Old 02-14-2018, 04:09 PM
 
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That's some creative accounting, eh?
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:13 PM
 
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After a while I would think even Tony Stark would run out of money. Oops we destroyed New York City, write a check.
Stark owns the cleanup company that has the government contract. He destroys the city and then gets paid to clean it up. That was a major plot point of Spider-man: Homecoming.
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:29 PM
 
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Stark owns the cleanup company that has the government contract. He destroys the city and then gets paid to clean it up. That was a major plot point of Spider-man: Homecoming.
Wait a minute New York was on the government. S.H.I.E.L.D brought Loki and the battle and S.H.I.E.L.D fired a nuke at New York. Sokovia on the other hand
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