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[[caption-width-right:214:[[WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes When Captain America throws his mighty shie]].... [[InNameOnly ooohhh.]]]]

''3 Dev Adam'' (lit. ''Three Big Men'', aka informally ''Turkish Spider-Man'' or ''Captain America and Santo vs. Spider-Man'') is a Turkish action [[CultClassic Cult Film]] from 1973. It's about ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and Wrestling/ElSanto [[CrossOver fighting together]] in order to stop the evil criminal mastermind, er... ComicBook/SpiderMan. Yup, it's that kind of movie.

Of course, the characters were used without permission from their owners, and some of them [[InNameOnly have little in common with their original counterparts]]. Perhaps the most important things to highlight are that Captain America now has no shield, and SpiderMan is a bad guy who wants to create counterfeit dollars ForTheEvulz.

For the curious, there's an in-depth review with lots of pictures [[http://www.i-mockery.com/minimocks/3devadam/default.php here]].

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!This film provides examples of:
* AdaptationalNationality: Spider-Man is Turkish in this movie.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Spider-Man is usually a heroic character. In this movie, he's a Turkish crime boss who likes to kill people in cruel and bizarre ways.
* AdaptationalWimp: This Spider-man has no superpowers.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Spidey kills a showering couple, and then steal some small statuette.
* AssShove: Santo has a weird habit of putting this in ''his pants''. What, couldn't afford pockets?
* AxCrazy: Spidey, again.
* BigBad: ''Spider-Man, of all people.''
* BloodierAndGorier: The movie has a lot of blood and sadistic violence -- certainly far more than its source material.
* CanonForeigner: Julia, Captain America's girlfriend.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: The evil SpiderMan brutally kills people by thrusting boat propellors into them, or feeding them to blood thirsty guinea pigs. You read that right; ''man eating guinea pigs.''
* CoolCar: Painfully averted, Spidey drives some random normal car. One of its wheelcaps are even missing.
* CrossOver: In some bizarre way, this is a CrossOver between Wrestling/ElSanto and the MarvelUniverse.
* DistressedDude: Both Captain America and El Santo are captured by the villains near the end of the movie.
* EvilLaugh: If you could say anything good about this Spider-Man, it's that he pulls off a ''hamtastic'' villainous chuckle.
* FedToTheBeast: How does Spider-Man dispose of a minion who betrayed him? By feeding him to his guinea pigs.
* FanserviceExtra: One scene features a show by a half-naked dancer, who isn't named and doesn't figure into the plot.
* InNameOnly: EVIL SpiderMan, just for starters. He's now the (visibly overweight) sadistic leader of a gang who delights in killing his enemies via boat propellers, switchblades, and bloodthirsty guinea pigs. He also has the ability to return from the dead, either via cloning, or by magically creating a new body for himself, (it's never explained how he does it). [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking There's also his freakishly-huge eyebrows.]]
** Also, El Santo rarely wears his silver mask whereas in authentic El Santo films (and in real life), he never took the mask off.
** Captain America's shield is gone, and he's smoking in one scene. During the final battle with Spider-Man, he doesn't even wear his cap, with the rest of his uniform being tucked underneath a Hawaiian shirt.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Every time it looks like Spider-Man has been defeated, a new Spider-Man appears, and at one point El Santo and Captain America are each fighting a different Spider-Man, in different rooms, at the same time. How does he do it? Magic duplication powers? Clones? Just having a bunch of different people all wearing the same costume? The movie gives no hints in any direction.
* {{Mockbuster}}: It's an ''extremely'' unauthorized attempt to cash in on the fame of three famous superheroes.
* NoOSHACompliance: The factory where Evil Spider-Man is killed multiple times at has no protection, leading to said gruesome deaths.
* PsychopathicManchild: The reason given for a Turkish crime boss dressing like a superhero is that he is one of these.
* ShootingSuperMan: During the climax, one mook tries to shoot Captain America in the chest. It doesn't work, since it was mentioned earlier that his suit is bulletproof, but the mook tries shooting him in the chest two more times anyway.