The electrical conductivities and the conducting mechanisms of metal-phthalocyanine bound to poly (-2-vinylpyridine-CO-styrene) [Mt=Fe (III), Co (II), Ni (II) and Cu (II)] films were investigated. The room temperature conductivities of the films of Mt-Pc bound to the copolymer were larger by a factor of 107 to 109 than those of the parent copolymer alone. The doping of the films by an iodine vapour yielded further highly conducting materials (10-5 to 101 S/cm). The I-E characteristics and the temperature dependences on conductivi-ties of phthalocyanine polymer films and those doped with 12 were measured, and compared with the parent copolymer alone. ESR, resonance Raman and refraction spectra of doped phthalocyanine polymers were measured. From the experimental results obtained, the con-ducting mechanisms of metal-phthalocyanine bound copolymer and those dored with iodine were explained on the basis of the band theory of amorphous semiconductors proposed by Fritzsche.