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Superman's 50th Anniversary

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A Celebration of the Man of Steel
Since February 1938, the planet Earth has thrilled to the exploits of one man even as he was busy saving civilisation as we know it: Superman.
Dana Carvey , Chief Historian of the Junior Superman of America, is your host for this review of his greatest adventures and examination of the superhero's cultural influence as portrayed in books, magazines, two television series and a clutch of feature films. Among those interviewed are old enemies, some of today's crime fighters such as the Awesome Pair, the mother of Superman's love-child and those who really know him - the good citizens of Metropolis. With Christopher Reeve , Lou Reed , Hal Holbrook ,
Ralph Nader , The Flash, The Green Lantern and Superman's Dry Cleaner.
Produced by MARY SALTER Directed by ROBERT BOYD
(A GUBER-PETERS ENTERTAINMENT co-production)
0 FEATURE: page 9 and WODDIS ON: page 81

Contributors

Unknown: Dana Carvey
Unknown: Junior Superman
Unknown: Christopher Reeve
Unknown: Lou Reed
Unknown: Hal Holbrook
Unknown: Ralph Nader
Produced By: Mary Salter
Directed By: Robert Boyd

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Superman's 50th Anniversary

BBC One London, 5 June 1988 16.50






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