28 May 2023; Superman in New Mexico..!

Here’s a wonderful photo of Christopher Reeve as Superman shot in Gallup, New Mexico in late May 1978 during the filming of Superman: The Movie. See many more New Mexico photos here.

24 May 2023; Superman Extended Cut Montage..!

Warner Archive did a great job mastering Superman: The Movie Extended Cut on Blu-ray in October 2017. Here’s an exclusive extended cut video montage prepared by CapedWonder Video Editor, Daniel Pulliam. Enjoy!

20 May 2023; Superman in Concert..!

I am VERY excited about attending the Superman in Concert John Williams Spotlight event with the LA Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on Friday, March 15, 2024, at 8PM. Tickets will likely go on sale in August 2023. The CapedWonder Team is currently exploring ideas to make this event extra special for everyone, and many Superman celebrities are already planning to attend. Stay tuned for details throughout the coming months.

Many of our CapedWonder UK friends attended last year’s Superman in Concert with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London. While I was unable to join them, I was treated to many of their wonderful photos and videos. Here’s a video that I created tonight; I replaced the movie’s Blu-ray audio track with audio from the Royal Albert Hall performance. The end of the video features the beginning of the concert’s intermission. Please enjoy!

13 May 2023; “Lois…Lois Lane!”

Remembering our favorite Lois Lane and a Wonderful Friend…Margot Kidder!

01 May 2023; Superman DVD Cast Reunion!

Twenty-two years ago, on May 1, 2001, I had the great fortune of attending the Superman movie reunion at the Warner Bros. Museum in Burbank, California to celebrate the release of the Superman-The Movie Special Edition DVD (I was Research Consultant on the DVD’s three documentaries). Warner Bros. also presented a $10,000.00 check to the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (today known as the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation).

The attendees were Richard Donner, Tom Mankiewicz, Margot Kidder, Valerie Perrine, Jeff East, Marc McClure, Sarah Douglas, Noel Neill and representatives from Warner Bros. Home Video. It was so touching and smile-educing seeing this family together again for the first time since filming the first and second Superman films. Christopher Reeve sent a message to the group via videotape since he was very busy doing speaking engagements around the world. It was unfortunate that he could not attend, but he appreciated the photo album I made especially for him from the day’s events.

Read the entire article and see all of the photos here.

23 April 2023; Superman 4K ULTRA HD First Look!

In Episode #48 of the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, Jay Towers & Jim Bowers are back, and this time they each have the brand new Superman 5-Film Collection 4K Steelbook. It’s a very first look and first listen! This special episode can be viewed below, on our Facebook podcast page, and on YouTube. You can also hear the episode on iHeartRADIO or on any of your favorite podcast platforms! The first of many deep dives in the Christopher Reeve Legacy of Superman Films. Superman: The Movie, Superman II, Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, Superman III and Superman IV: The Quest For Peace.

15 April 2023; A Star for 26 Years!

April 15, 2023 is the 26th anniversary of Christopher Reeve’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star ceremony and party in Hollywood, California. This once-in-a-lifetime experience of watching Christopher Reeve receive his much deserved star is a moment in time that I shall never, ever, forget. Click here to read more and see more photos. — Jim Bowers, CapedWonder, Founder

30 March 2023; Share your Memories!

Please share with us your very first memories of watching Superman: The Movie. Click on the floating green circle in the lower, left side of this webpage to share your memories.

I was 17 years old in 1978 and saw the movie 14 times in the same movie theater in Washington State. It was a magical time to be an avid moviegoer!

— Jim Bowers, CapedWonder Editor/Founder

21 March 2023; Superman I-IV 4K UHD Official Press Release!





Burbank, Calif., March 21, 2023 – As part of the year-long centennial celebration for the 100th anniversary of Warner Bros. Studio, five films featuring the iconic DC Super Hero Superman – Superman: The Movie, Superman II, Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, Superman III, and Superman IV – will be available for purchase in a five-film collection on 4K Ultra HD Disc May 9 and on Digital April 18.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the Superman films star Christopher Reeve as the legendary “Man of Steel.”

On April 18, the Superman 1978 – 1987 5-Film Collection will be available to purchase on Ultra HD Blu-ray™ Disc from online and in-store at major retailers and available for purchase Digitally from Amazon Prime Video, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu and more.

The Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Packs will include an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc with the feature films in 4K with HDR, a Blu-ray disc with the feature films and special features in HD, and a Digital version of each film.

Ultra HD Blu-ray showcases 4K resolution with High Dynamic Range (HDR) and a wider color spectrum, offering consumers brighter, deeper, more lifelike colors for a home entertainment viewing experience like never before.

For the complete 4K Ultra HD experience with HDR, a 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR, an Ultra HD Blu-ray player and a high-speed HDMI (category 2) cable are required.

Ultra HD Blu-ray Elements

Superman: The Movie Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the following previously released special features on Blu-ray Disc:

Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spangler
The Making of Superman – vintage featurette
Superman and the Mole-Men – vintage featurette
Super-Rabbit – 1943 WB cartoon
Snafuperman – 1944 WB cartoon
Stupor Duck – 1956 WB cartoon
TV Spot
Teaser Trailer
Theatrical Trailer

Superman II Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the following previously released special features on Blu-ray Disc:

Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler
The Making of Superman II – 1980 TV Special
Superman’s Soufflé – Deleted scene
Fleischer Studios’ Superman vintage cartoons
First Flight
The Mechanical Monster
Billion Dollar Limited
The Arctic Giant
The Bulleteers
The Magnetic Telescope
Electric Earthquake
Terror on the Midway
Theatrical trailer

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the following previously released special features on Blu-ray Disc:

Commentary by Richard Donner and Tom Mankiewicz
Introduction by Richard Donner – featurette
Superman II: Restoring the Vision – featurette
Deleted scenes
Lex and Ms. Teschmacher head north
Lex and Ms. Teschmacher head south
The villains enter the fortress
He’s all yours, boys
Clarke and Jimmy
Lex’s gateway
Famous Studios vintage cartoons
Eleventh Hour
Destruction, Inc.
The Mummy Strikes
Jungle Drums
The Underground World
Secret Agent

Superman III Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the following previously released special features on Blu-ray Disc:

Commentary by Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler
The Making of Superman III – 1983 TV special
Deleted scenes
Save my baby
To the rescue
Making up
Going to see the boss
Hatching the plan
The con
Rooftop ski
Boss wants this to go
Superman honored
Gus’ speech
Hanging up on Brad
Theatrical trailer

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the

following previously released special features on Blu-ray Disc:

Commentary by Mark Rosenthal
Superman 50th anniversary special – 1988 TV special
Deleted scenes
Clark’s morning
Jeremy’s letter
Superman’s visit
Nuclear Man’s prototype
Metropolis after hours
Lex ponders
Flying sequence (extended scene)
Battle in Smallville
Battle in the U.S.S.R.
Nuclear arms race
Superman’s sickness
Red alert
By my side
Lark and Lacy say goodbye
No borders
Theatrical trailer

About the Films:

Superman: The Movie

Academy Award winners Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman head an all-star cast in the fantastic, action-packed film that made Christopher Reeve an international star playing the greatest superhero of all time. From the doomed planet of Krypton, two parents launch a spaceship carrying their infant son to earth. Here he grows up to become Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet. But with powers and abilities far beyond those of ordinary men, he battles for truth and justice as Superman.

An Alexander Salkind presentation and directed by Richard Donner (The Goonies, Lethal Weapon, The Lost Boys), the film stars Academy Award winner Marlon Brando (On the Waterfront, The Godfather) as Jor-El, Academy Award winner Gene Hackman (The French Connection, Unforgiven) as Lex Luthor, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman was produced by Pierre Spengler from a story by Mario Puzo and a screenplay by Puzo, David Newman, Leslie Newman, and Robert Benton. Ilya Salkind served as executive producer. The film also features Ned Beatty as Otis, Jackie Cooper as Perry White, Glen Ford as Jonathan Kent, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, Valerie Perrine as Eve Teschmacher, and Terrance Stamp as General Zod.

Superman was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Film Editing, Best Music (Original Score) and Best Sound. The film also received a Special Achievement Academy Award for Visual Effects. In 2017, Superman was inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry.


Superman II (Theatrical Version)

Unwittingly released from Phantom Zone imprisonment, three superpowered Planet Krypton criminals Terence Stamp, Sarah Douglas and Jack O’Halloran) plan to enslave Earth – just when Superman (Christopher Reeve) decides to show a more romantic side to Lois Lane (Margot Kidder). Gene Hackman also returns as Lex Luthor in this sequel that features a top supporting cast, witty Richard Lester direction, and visuals that astound and delight.

Directed by Richard Lester (A Hard Day’s Night, The Three Musketeers), the film stars Academy Award winner Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the film was produced by Pierre Spengler from a story by Mario Puzo and a screenplay by Puzo, David Newman, and Leslie Newman. Alexander Salkind and Ilya Salkind served as executive producer. The film also features Ned Beatty as Otis, Jackie Cooper as Perry White, Sarah Douglas as Ursa, Jack O’Halloran as Non, Valerie Perrine as Eve Teschmacher, Susannah York as Lara, and Terrence Stamp as General Zod.

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut

Director Richard Donner began shooting Superman II while concurrently filming Superman: The Movie, though the theatrical version of the film was ultimately directed by Richard Lester. In 2006, Donner’s original unique vision was released for the first time. Jor-El (Marlon Brando in footage cut from the theatrical version) appears in key scenes that amplify Superman lore and deepen the relationship between father and son. Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) plots more schemes to unmask Clark Kent as Superman (Christopher Reeve). With so many changes, large and small, including a different beginning and resolution, this version is an eye-opening alternate experience.

Directed by Richard Donner, the film stars Academy Award winner Marlon Brando as Jor-El, Academy Award winner Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the film was produced by Pierre Spengler and Michael Tau from a story by Mario Puzo and a screenplay by Puzo, David Newman, and Leslie Newman. Ilya Salkind served as executive producer. The film also features Ned Beatty as Otis, Jackie Cooper as Perry White, Sarah Douglas as Ursa, Jack O’Halloran as Non, Valerie Perrine as Eve Teschmacher, Susannah York as Lara, and Terrence Stamp as General Zod.

Superman III

Meet Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor), a naive computer-programming natural. For him, a keyboard is a weapon – and, as a result, Superman faces the microelectronic menace of his life. Christopher Reeve reprises his signature role, deepening his character’s human side as Clark Kent sees Lana Lang (Annette O’Toole) at a Smallville High class reunion. And when the Man of Steel becomes his own worst enemy after exposure to Kryptonite, Reeve pulls off both roles with dazzling skill. Relive Superman III with all its heart, heroism and high-flying humor.

Directed by Richard Lester, the film stars Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman and Margot Kidder as Lois Lane.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the film was produced by Pierre Spengler from a screenplay by David Newman and Leslie Newman. Alexander Salkind and Ilya Salkind served as executive producer. The film also features Richard Pryor as Gus Gorman, Jackie White as Perry White, Marc McClure as Jimmy Olsen, Annette O’Toole as Lana Lang, and Robert Vaughn as Ross Webster.

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

Christopher Reeve not only dons the title hero’s cape for the fourth time but also helped develop the movie’s provocative theme: nuclear disarmament. To make the world safe for nuclear arms merchants, Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman) creates a new being to challenge the Man of Steel: the radiation-charged Nuclear Man (Mark Pillow). The two foes clash in an explosive extravaganza that sees Superman save the Statue of Liberty, plug the volcanic eruption of Mount Etna and rebuild the demolished Great Wall of China.

Directed by Sydney J. Furie (The Ipcress File, Iron Eagle), the film stars Academy Award winner Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman.

Based on the DC character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the film was produced by Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan from a story by Christopher Reeve & Lawrence Konner and Mark Rosenthal and a screenplay by Konner & Rosenthal. The film also features Jackie Cooper as Perry White, Marc McClure as Jimmy Olsen, Jon Cryer as Lenny, Sam Wanamaker as David Warfield, Mark Pillow as Nuclear Man, and Mariel Hemingway as Lacy Warfield.


Superman 1978 – 1987 5-Film Collection
4K Ultra HD Combo Pack

Superman: The Movie

Ultra HD Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French

Ultra HD Blu-ray Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

Run Time: 143 minutes

Rating: Not Rated

Physical Street Date: 5/9

Digital Street Date: 4/18

Superman II

Ultra HD Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French

Ultra HD Blu-ray Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

Run Time: 127 minutes

Rating: PG

Physical Street Date: 5/9

Digital Street Date: 4/18

Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut

Ultra HD Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French

Ultra HD Blu-ray Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

Run Time: 116 minutes

Rating: PG For sequences of action violence, some language, and brief mild sensuality

Physical Street Date: 5/9

Digital Street Date: 4/18

Superman III

Ultra HD Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French

Ultra HD Blu-ray Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

Run Time: 125 minutes

Rating: PG

Physical Street Date: 5/9

Digital Street Date: 4/18

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

Ultra HD Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French

Ultra HD Blu-ray Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French

Run Time: 90 minutes

Rating: PG

Physical Street Date: 5/9

Digital Street Date: 4/18


About Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment

Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment (WBDHE) distributes the award-winning movies, television, animation, and digital content produced by Warner Bros. Discovery to the homes and screens of millions through physical Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD retail sales and digital transactions on major streaming, video-on-demand cable, satellite, digital, and mobile channels. WBDHE is part of Warner Bros. Discovery Content Sales, one of the world’s largest distributors of entertainment programming.

24 February 2023; Pre-order Superman I-IV in 4K!

These are very exciting times for Superman Movie Fans and Home Video Physical Media Collectors! The entire Christopher Reeve Superman Movie THEATRICAL library has been remastered and is being released on 4K UHD discs this coming May. Additionally, Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, originally released on November 28, 2006 straight to DVD, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray, has been remastered for a 4K UHD release this coming May.

Please notice above that I typed the word “THEATRICAL”. This means that ONLY the original U.S. theatrical cuts of Superman: The Movie, Superman II, Superman III, and Superman IV: The Quest For Peace are being released on 4K UHD in May. The extended cuts and the Superman: The Movie 151-minute Special Edition cut, originally released on DVD on May 1, 2001, will NOT be released on 4K UHD in May (I have no news at the present time about the future of these cuts on Blu-ray and/or 4K UHD).

Additionally, some of you may be aware that a longer version of Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut popped up on various streaming platforms (such as VUDU) a few years ago. This longer version is NOT being released on 4K UHD this May (read more about the longer version here).

Lastly, I hope that Warner Bros.’ Superman 4K UHD official announcement, which could land any day now, will provide answers to the many questions I have about these releases. Stay tuned for updates, and be sure to pre-order these great releases faster than a speeding bullet!

Superman 5-Film Collection 1978-1987 Steelbook

Pre-order on Amazon US, releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order on DCSHOP, releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order on Amazon UK, releasing in early May 2023. They WILL ship outside of the UK.

Pre-order on Amazon Germany.

Pre-order on Amazon Japan.

Pre-order on, releasing in early May 2023. They will NOT ship outside of the UK.

Pre-order on the the WB UK Shop, releasing in early May 2023. They will NOT ship outside of the UK.

Pre-order on Amazon France, releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order on, releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order on, releasing in early May 2023. ZAVVI does NOT ship to the U.S.

ZAVVI EXCLUSIVE Superman II Steelbook

Pre-order the Superman II ZAVVI EXCLUSIVE release, releasing in early May 2023.

Superman 5-Film Collection 1978-1987 Box Set (Standard Amaray Packaging)

Pre-order on, releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order on, releasing in early May 2023.

Superman Movie Sequel 4K Ultra HD Individual Titles

These are NOT being sold in the U.S., and there isn’t a new Superman: The Movie 4K UHD disc (only the 2018 version is currently available here and here.)

Pre-order Superman II (Theatrical & Donner Cut) [4K Ultra HD] [1980] [Region Free], releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order Superman III [4K Ultra HD] [1980] [Region Free], releasing in early May 2023.

Pre-order Superman IV: The Quest for Peace [4K Ultra HD] [1980] [Region Free], releasing in early May 2023.

14 February 2023; Iconic Superman!

Motion picture promotional photographs aren’t shot this way today. Photo by Bob Penn. Christopher Reeve strikes a heroic pose atop Hotel Mayflower in New York City in July 1977. The hotel, located at 15 Central Park West, was built in 1926 and demolished in 2004. It was replaced with luxury residential condominiums.

The pointed building in the distance to Christopher Reeve’s right is the Sherry-Netherland Hotel where Chris met with Ilya Salkind and Richard Donner to discuss various topics as a precursor to his interest in the Superman films. The following day Reeve received the Newman/Benton script and was contacted to fly to London and film a screen test.

I own many of the original 35mm camera negatives from Richard Donner’s scouting trips throughout New York City for Superman. Here is a scan of one of the negatives showing “HOTEL MAYFLOWER”.

13 February 2023; Superman: 5 Movie Collection!

Warner Bros. Superman: 5 Movie Collection (1978-1987) 4KUltraHD plus Blu-ray, releasing April 18, 2023:

Superman: The Movie
Superman II
Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
Superman III
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
All theatrical cuts

WB Home Entertainment has recently stated that they did not release this artwork, so we shall see if it is indeed official. Stay tuned for their official press release…

Warner Bros. WB 100th 25-Film Collection, Vol. Three – Fantasy, Action and Adventure) Blu-ray, releasing April 4, 2023:

Includes Superman: The Movie and Supergirl Blu-rays. I am currently unaware of the source material for these two films in this box set (new remasters vs. old remasters, etc.). This is a BLU-RAY release and NOT a 4K release; I don’t know if there will be a 4K version of this particular box set. Pre-order on Amazon today!

10 February 2023; Superman at 45!

Superman: The Movie is 45 this year! See many more Superman promotional photos here.

30 January 2023; Mario Puzo’s Scripts!

They have arrived! Sought after for decades, Mario Puzo’s first and second draft of Superman! Although many of his ideas were shot down by DC after the very first draft, some of Puzo’s original story ideas made it all the way to Superman & Superman II. The CapedWonder Superman Podcast is excited to present these drafts from 1975 for your reading pleasure. Superman: The Movie could have looked like a very different film. We encourage you to read, analyze, dissect, and imagine Mario Puzo’s vision for Superman.


30 January 2023; Hackman’s Birthday!

93 and going strong! He’s “Fantastic!” Happy Birthday, Gene Hackman!

17 January 2023; Legacy Reunion Takes Flight!

Here we go! The Christopher Reeve Legacy Reunion is coming to GalaxyCon Richmond, March 24-26, 2023! Superman fans rejoice! See you there!

15 January 2023; Recent 35mm Slide Scans!

I have recently made some time to scan and restore new 35mm color slides, which I absolutely love to do…

Jeff East and Christopher Reeve were photographed by Bob Penn on the same day in early May 1977 on the Fortress of Solitude interior set at Shepperton Studios, England.

Here’s a cameraman (identity yet to be established) with a Panavision camera at a glacier in the Canadian Rockies (right), and a screenshot of his footage captured from the extended cut of Superman: The Movie (left). This is while Clark Kent is walking “North” to build the Fortress of Solitude.

09 January 2023; Legal & General Information!

CapedWonder’s Legal and General Information webpage has been updated. It discusses copyright, watermarking, original photography, resume & projects, and contact information. Click here to read.

04 January 2023; Our Podcast Facebook Page!

03 January 2023; Happy New Year!

Here’s a teaser poster that I have created for Superman: The Movie‘s 45th Anniversary this year! Check back throughout the year for more posters…

24 December 2022; Podcast Episode #47 has Landed..!

In this Christmas Eve final episode of 2022, Jay & Jim look forward to a very exciting 2023! Warner Bros. Discovery has announced “Celebrating Every Story”, kicking off a huge campaign to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Warner Bros. studio and Superman is a big part of that story as Jay & Jim discuss the Superman 5-Film 4K Collection. The guys also look back at some of the brightest moments this past year including The Reeve Legacy Reunion, all of the special guests and amazing discoveries. The adventure continues in 2023 with the announcement of another Reeve Legacy Reunion at Richmond Galaxy Con and many of your buring questions are answered in the Holiday Q & A. This year Santa is bringing back the gift of flight!

20 December 2022; Mister Reeves

By Lou Koza

I bet you never expected to see another subject box titled above again. But I wanted to send something you are very familiar with to quickly catch your focus. The Archives books had a major influence on this story, so it’s not totally off base.

With that said, I’m excited to announce that MISTER JIM BOWERS has launched my story, MISTER REEVES at his website, CAPEDWONDER SUPERMAN IMAGERY.

I’m thrilled the story has a permanent place of residency. I don’t consider this my exact 100% story concept. Because there is so much more I wanted to include. But this is as much 100% I could do at this time in my life. If I was a bona fide story illustrator, like a Rick Stasi, a Randy Garrett, I would have long ago began the pages for the ultimate-mega, character development, really getting into their world’s story.

I’m also thrilled that Jim was able to take my high resolution PDF and virtually work with them undisturbed. Which means you get to read it without any compromise to the quality and get to see it for all its graphic design best. I hope this story represents something close to the ground floor of George Reeves. That you find yourself stepped along side him as a quiet observer.

I want to thank Jim Bowers (THANK YOU) for his own excitement to happily place MISTER REEVES inside his Fortress of Solitude. I’ve known Jim since June 8, 1996 when we met in Metropolis and we walked through Jim Hambrick’s Super-Museum together. Gasping for air as we viewed Mr. Hambrick’s original GR B&G costume and Dane Nash’s original GR color costume. We spent the day hanging out also with Super artist Randy Garrett talking, and listening to stories. Jim was so wide eyed that day, being filled with Supermanville. It was truly a fun day for us and I’ve had a great friendship with Jim since. The real Super-Guy.

I consider Jim THE greatest Superman fan ambassador. Watching what he does to honor and give tribute to “Superman: The Movie” and its sequels is inspirational. I gained a whole new appreciation for Chris Reeve, and especially the Clark disguise of stumbling and bumbling that Kal-el needs to separate Clark from Superman. Chris Reeves was brilliant at hitting his stride and embracing the character in that manner. I don’t think anyone could represent us better than Jim. He is a stellar of a most positive gentleman. I’m very happy Jim accepted my wish to place this at CapedWonder. It really means a lot to me.

So finally after years of preparing and creating this story Jim Bowers presents MISTER REEVES. I’ll stop talking (writing) and let you check out the story.

Best regards and Happy Holidays to everyone.

(Click here to read the story.)

— Lou Koza

15 December 2022; Superman at 44!

Superman: The Movie, released in U.S. theaters 44 years ago, on December 15, 1978. Vintage original art by Bob Peak. 3-piece art merge and poster design by Jim Bowers. “You’ll Believe in Miracles” comes from a early vintage Superman: The Movie prototype poster concept.

14 December 2022; Superman 4K UHD 5-Film Collection!

Celebrating Warner Bros.’ Centennial in 2023! Watch to see Superman save Lois Lane! Count on adding a newly remastered Christopher Reeve 4K UHD 5-film collection to your home video collection in 2023!

Official Press Release:


Fans Are Invited to Celebrate Warner Bros. Content and Characters with a Variety of Special Features, Products and Experiences Across WBD Platforms

(December 14, 2022 – Burbank, CA) Warner Bros. Discovery (Nasdaq: WBD) today officially kicked off its global centennial campaign, Celebrating Every Story, ahead of the Warner Bros. Studio’s 100th anniversary on April 4, 2023. Over the next 12 months, this milestone birthday will be celebrated across consumer touchpoints with special programming and content, exclusive products and home entertainment releases, a dedicated programming page on HBO Max, omni-channel social media campaigns, live events and screenings, and fan-focused activations around the world.

The official centennial logo and commemorative reel were unveiled today and are available on the Warner Bros. Centennial Celebration website, which will feature the latest centennial news, events and activities. For downloadable assets, click here.

David Zaslav, Chief Executive Officer, Warner Bros. Discovery, said: “The name Warner Bros. is synonymous with entertainment, and we are honored to be celebrating this iconic studio’s centennial and the rich heritage that stretches back to the four brothers who founded it in 1923. Over the past 100 years, Warner Bros. has created some of the most recognizable and beloved films, TV shows and characters ever made, and has been the place for impactful storytelling that both defines and reflects our culture. We are excited about our company’s bright and dynamic future and, as we embark on its second century, to continue to tell the kind of great stories that entertain, inform and inspire audiences around the world.”

Among the ways the Company will celebrate and commemorate Warner Bros.’ 100th anniversary are:

Programming: Among the centennial UHD programming and content highlights are: A three-part documentary on the history of Warner Bros. from WB Unscripted Television to debut on HBO Max (and select partners in territories where HBO Max isn’t available); programming marathons and special episodes across Warner Bros. Discovery’s 40+ domestic networks and international channels; archival interviews airing on Extra from the series’ 29 seasons of Studio set visits, red carpet premieres and junkets; a year-long focus on classic Warner Bros. films on TCM; partnerships with various community organizations to help recruit and identify filmmakers to be a part of a short-film project paying homage to some of Warner Bros.’ most iconic films; and centennial branding and events connecting fans to the Studio’s TV brands, franchises and characters.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release a series of celebratory film and TV bundles on digital, Blu-ray and DVD, including four 25-film volumes and a 100-film collection (both featuring souvenir collectibles), complete TV series collections available for the first time, and “Best of” TV compilations from the most beloved WBTV franchises. Throughout the year, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will also release a dozen remastered titles available for the first time in 4K Ultra-High Definition, with titles ranging from the Superman 5-Film Collection to special 50th Anniversary editions of Enter the Dragon and The Exorcist.

HBO Max will launch a dedicated programming page in late January with thematic and seasonal programming. HBO Max will mine the unmatched Warner Bros. film and television libraries to present curated collections celebrating holidays and cultural events, including Black History Month, Women’s History Month, AAPI Month and Pride/LGBTQ.

Consumer Products: From apparel and housewares to toys, collectibles, publishing, retailers, and food and beverage companies, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products is partnering with some of the world’s most popular and powerful brands to mark this milestone. Throughout 2023, the Consumer Products will present several exclusive centennial activations with key partners, including Amazon, Saks Fifth Avenue, Funko, Mattel, New Era, Running Press, and more. Additionally, a new line of products will be unveiled featuring the Looney Tunes, a cornerstone of Warner Bros.’ history, taking center stage as the ultimate superfans dressed up as other legendary WB characters from fan favorite franchises such as DC and Wizarding World.

Experiences: The Company will present several live events and experiences to fans around the world throughout the year, including:
A Candlelight Concert Series across 100 cities, taking fans on a musical journey through 100 years of Warner Bros. in cities around the globe, including Los Angeles, New York, London, Toronto, Melbourne, Paris, Singapore, Milan, São Paulo and Mexico City;
The TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood in April will celebrate key films and major talent from Warner Bros. Pictures’ history, including Casablanca, the 50th anniversaries of The Exorcist, with director William Friedkin in attendance, and Enter the Dragon, and world premiere restorations of East of Eden and Rio Bravo;
Limited engagement theatrical screenings of some of Warner Bros.’ most popular film titles throughout its history;
Centennial museum exhibits and commemorative screenings with the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles;
Commemorative screenings at the Warner Bros. Theater at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History;
Activations at Warner Bros.’ hotel and theme parks around the world, including The WB Abu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Parque Warner Madrid, and Warner Bros. Movie World in Australia, will be celebrating the centennial with exclusive merchandise, photo-ops, special engagements and activations, and more.

Studio Tour: Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, the world’s premiere attraction for getting fans closer to the entertainment they love, will help celebrate the centennial in a big way. A special 100th anniversary exhibit will debut as part of the Tour in February and, later in the year, more centennial-themed surprises will be unveiled.

Global Celebrations: Warner Bros. has had an international presence almost as long as it has existed. To recognize the global popularity of the brand and its content, characters and consumer offerings, teams from around the world will host centennial activations across all of the Studio’s businesses. From centennial celebrations in China and a themed exhibition during the Beijing International Film Festival to pop-up channels in Germany, film exhibitions across Europe and consumer products and fashion lines across all regions, the Warner Bros. Centennial Celebration will truly be a global affair.

Social Media: And, finally, since it didn’t happen if it isn’t seen on social media, omni-platform engagement is a major component of the Centennial Celebration. To allow fans of all things Warner Bros. to get in on the celebration, bespoke themed campaigns will roll out across social media, including This Day in History, Backlot Journeys and 100 Iconic WB Moments, as well as mashups with top-tier IP, activations at live events, user-generated content, photo ops and filters, and more. Follow us at IG: @warnerbrosentertainment; Facebook: Warner Bros. Entertainment; Twitter: @WBHomeEnt; Tik Tok: @warnerbrosmovies; and YouTube: @warnerbrosentertainment.

Warner Bros. was founded by Albert, Sam, Harry and Jack Warner and incorporated on April 4, 1923. Today, the Studio is home to one of the most successful collections of brands in the world and stands at the forefront of every aspect of the entertainment industry, from feature film, television and direct-to-consumer production to animation, comic books, videogames, consumer products, themed entertainment, studio tours and brand licensing. The Studio’s vast library, one of the most prestigious and valuable in the world, consists of more than 145,000 hours of programming, including 12,500 feature films and 2,400 television programs comprised of more than 150,000 individual episodes. Warner Bros. is also home to one of the most diverse portfolios of adored franchises in the world, including Looney Tunes, Wizarding World, DC, FRIENDS, Game of Thrones, Hanna-Barbera and many more.

13 December 2022; Superman Royal Charity Premiere!

Today is the 44th Anniversary of the European Royal Charity Premiere of Superman-The Movie!

On Wednesday, December 13, 1978, the European Royal Charity Premiere was held in London at the Empire Leicester Square Theatre for the benefit of Variety Clubs of Great Britain and The National Association of Maternal and Child Welfare.

Shown below is the official Royal Charity Premiere booklet, two tickets to the screening, select pages from the booklet, and promotional photography.

10 December 2022; Superman Presidential Premiere..!

Today is the 44th Anniversary of the Presidential Premiere of Superman-The Movie!

Here an excerpt from a vintage Warner Bros. inter-office memo detailing the Presidential Premiere in Washington, DC:
Sunday, December 10 at the Eisenhower Theatre (a 1200 seat house) to benefit the Special Olympics.

Print will be in 35mm stereo optical.

Ticket scale:
Top price $1,000 for each box seat, which includes a dinner party at the Japanese Embassy on December 9, another party held at Mr. and Mrs Shriver’s home on December 8, and a reception at the Kennedy Center preceding the film.
$500 – The best Orchestra seats, plus the party at the Shrivers’ home and the pre-premiere reception at the Kennedy Center.
$125 – Orchestra seats and the pre-premiere reception at the Kennedy Center.
$50 – The best balcony seats for the premiere.
$35 – Balcony seats for the premiere.

28 November 2022; Superman Ultimate Collector’s Edition is 16..!

An exclusive commentary by Bill Williams

It’s hard to believe that it has been sixteen years since the release of the Superman Ultimate Collector’s Edition DVD set, and yet it marked one of the most substantial home video releases from Warner Home Video at that time. To this day it is highly regarded by both Superman fans and home video collectors as one of the most comprehensive sets ever.

After the release of the Superman: The Movie Special Edition DVD release in 2001, fans began to ask if there was more to the films. And the answer was an overwhelming yes. There were more scenes, more stories, more behind the scenes footage, than had been previously seen or even believed.

It would be another five and a half years before fans got the answers to the questions they had been asking… in the form of several all new Superman: The Movie Special Edition DVD releases, all of which were released on November 28, 2006.

The original Superman: The Movie was expanded to a generous four-disc set that included the 2001 Special Edition, the original 1978 theatrical release with two different sound mixes, an all new audio commentary with executive producer Ilya Salkind and producer Pierre Spengler, the original The Making of Superman: The Movie documentary from 1980, the 1951 feature film Superman and the Mole Men, and nine of the Fleischer Studios’ animated Superman short films from 1941-42, in addition to nearly all of the legacy features from the 2001 DVD release. This allowed the film to breathe and be fully enjoyed across the DVD format.

This would be joined by a new two-disc special edition of Superman II. That release featured a new audio commentary with Salkind and Spengler, the TV special The Making of Superman II from 1983, the Superman 50th Anniversary special from 1988, the remaining eight Superman animated shorts from Famous Studios from 1942-43, the original feature First Flight: The Fleischer Superman Series, and the deleted scene of Superman’s soufflé that was first seen in the extended TV cut from 1984.

There would also be a new deluxe edition of Superman III that was released. This would include a new audio commentary with Salkind and Spengler, the TV documentary The Making of Superman III, and a collection of scenes taken from the 1986 extended version. This would be joined by a new deluxe edition of Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. On that disc was included an audio commentary from screenwriter Mark Rosenthal and, more importantly, nearly thirty minutes of footage from the original 134-minute cut of the film, presented in a workprint format. While the footage wasn’t in the best quality, it was better than nothing, though some scenes such as the complete Metro Club sequence were not included.

All four of these releases were issued both separately and in an eight-disc box set called The Christopher Reeve Superman Collection. But this was just the beginning.

Making its world premiere was Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut on DVD, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray. This brand new release showcased the original intentions that Donner and Tom Mankiewicz had for the film, and restoration producer Michael Thau had done the impossible task of putting Donner’s film back together again from nearly all of the footage that had been shot in 1977. This included the original opening of Lois Lane jumping out of the Daily Planet to trick Clark into turning into Superman; all of Marlon Brando’s footage that was shot in March and April 1977; and the film’s original ending, of Superman reversing all of the damage to the world, among others. Thau also utilized the screen tests for Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder for another crucial scene in the film, and in some places he used what Richard Lester footage was necessary to tell a coherent story. The final product was met with mixed reviews that still continue to this day.

The disc would also include a new introduction to the film by Richard Donner; a new audio commentary by Donner and Mankiewicz; the feature Superman II: Restoring the Vision, about the process of bringing the film to completion; and six deleted scenes, most of which were included in the 1984 extended TV cut.

All of these discs would be included in what is still considered one of the most spectacular DVD sets ever compiled: the Superman Ultimate Collector’s Edition. This massive 14-disc set brought together all of the previously mentioned discs along with the 2006 DVD documentary Look, Up in the Sky!: Amazing Story of Superman, a new two-hour look at eight decades of Superman’s history from comics to animation, movie serials to television, and, of course, the feature films. Narrated by Kevin Spacey, it served as a precursor to the then-upcoming theatrical release Superman Returns.

Along with the other discs, the 14-disc set included the 2-disc release of Superman Returns, which featured a number of deleted scenes from the film; two theatrical trailers; the three-hour documentary Requiem for Krypton: Making Superman Returns; and a brief feature called Resurrecting Jor-El, which looked at how CGI played a factor in adapting Marlon Brando’s footage from 1977 for the film. (The Circuit City release would include a bonus disc, TheScience of Superman, which was not included on the 14-disc set but would be included in the 2011 Blu-ray anthology.)

One of the highlights of the 14-disc set was the brand new documentary You Will Believe: The Cinematic Saga of Superman, a 90-minute look at the making of Christopher Reeve films that focused primarily on the first film while touching upon the sequels to lesser detail. But what makes this documentary great is the inclusion of rare outtakes and behind the scenes clips from the making of the first two films. And this is only a fraction of what is in the Warner Bros. vaults. But that’s not all. There is The Mythology of Superman, which traces the history of Biblical, Greek, and Roman culture, along with the pulp novels and stories of the 1920s and 1930s, that influenced Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to first create what would become the first and most iconic superhero. Then there is the touching video The Heart of a Hero: A Tribute to Christopher Reeve, in which family and friends pay tribute to the iconic actor who became an even more inspirational leader through his tireless efforts in raising funds and awareness for spinal cord paralysis which continues to this day long after his passing. There’s also a rare color print of The Adventures of Superpup, the 1958 pilot that was filmed on The Adventures of Superman sets with an all-dog cast. And there’s three vintage Superman-inspired cartoons from the Warner Bros. vaults: Super-Rabbit with Bugs Bunny; Snafuperman, part of the 1940’s Private Snafu series; and Stupor-Duck with Daffy Duck.

The final disc is a collection of Bryan Singer’s video journals that chronicle his work on Superman Returns. About half of them were included as a bonus disc in some releases of the Look, Up in the Sky!: Amazing Story of Superman documentary, but here we have all 29 of them. This should have been the third disc of the Superman Returns release, so it’s nice to see them included in this set in their entirety.

The Superman Ultimate Collector’s Edition still stands to this day as one of Warner Home Video’s top legacy titles, and, as compilations grow and the home viewing medium continues to advance forward, it will be sought after by both Superman and film fans alike.

21 November 2022; Reeve’s Unheard Interview..!

45 Years Ago Today, on November 21, 1977, author David Michael Petrou interviewed Christopher Reeve on audio tape at Pinewood Studios, England for his amazing book, The Making of Superman: The Movie.

During the VERY FIRST episode of The Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, with Jay Towers and Jim Bowers, an excerpt from that Christopher Reeve audio interview was first revealed to the world.

Listen to Episode #1 to hear Christopher Reeve talk to David Michael Petrou about Superman!

All of David’s original Superman cast & crew interview audio cassette tapes are now archived in the CapedWonder Collection. (The vintage Philips SUPER QUALITY cassette tape shown below is marked, “CHRIS REEVE Nov. 21, 1977”.)

19 November 2022; Social Media Images..!

Here’s some recent images that I’ve posted to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and more over the past few weeks. Enjoy!

18 November 2022; Reeve Thoughts..!

To say that I believed in Superman is quite an understatement. Of course I knew it was only a movie, but it seemed to me that the values embodied by Superman on the screen should be the values that prevail in the real world.” – Christopher Reeve

Featuring Christopher Reeve photographed by Curt Gunther in Gallup, New Mexico, June 1978. Click here to enjoy many more Gallup photographs.

09 November 2022; Super Smile..!

This fantastic photo of Christopher Reeve in Gallup, New Mexico is the most popular photo so far this year on the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast Facebook page. Please join us there!

04 November 2022; Brett Mitchell Plays Superman..!

Conductor Brett Mitchell performs his original solo piano arrangements of music from the Grammy-winning score of Superman: The Movie by composer John Williams.

“To celebrate today’s anniversary of the final recording session for #JohnWilliams’s landmark score for #Superman (1978), I’m proud to present my collected arrangements from the film, all presented in synchronization with the original clips!” — Brett Mitchell

02 November 2022; Superman 4k in 2023..!

I’m SO Excited about this Big News!

I’ve been aware for quite some time that Warner Bros.’ MPI (Motion Picture Imaging) department has been working on Superman II (theatrical and Donner Cut), Superman III, and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace remasters in 4K Ultra HD, likely to hit the market in April 2023. Superman II will include both the original theatrical version and the Richard Donner Cut.

Bill Hunt at Digital Bits revealed the news to the world today!

There are many more questions to be asked about these releases, and it is time for me to do so. I’ll keep you posted!

01 November 2022; With Thanks To Superman Book..!

With Thanks to Superman: 40 Years of Interviews, Reports, and Observations, by author and friend, Brian McKernan, comes highly recommended by CapedWonder and me, Jim Bowers!

Brian has been a huge Superman fan for over 40 years, having interviewed Christopher Reeve, written for OMNI magazine and technical film & video publications, and amassed a truly remarkable archive of vintage Superman material. He’s also one heck of a swell guy!

You can purchase Brian’s paperback edition on Amazon and Amazon UK.

Please visit Brian’s impressive Facebook group entitled, Superman in Advertising & Media (SAM). A member of the CapedWonder Network, SAM is a robust collection of modern and vintage materials about our favorite Man of Steel.

Check out Brian’s video interview with Superman Homepage below.

24 October 2022; Propstore Auction Super Special..!

In this Special Edition of the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, CapedWonder Europe Editor Martin Lakin joins Jay Towers for a special VIP Preview of the 2022 Propstore Entertainment Memorabilia. Our guest is Stephen Lane who once again does not disappoint. An amazing Superman Costume! Boots from Non and Zod! Those amazing and complete Ursa and Supergirl costumes and so much more. This is a very special VIDEO podcast you can watch below or listen to right now!

Click here to view all of the extraordinary Super items up for auction next month.

18 September 2022; Definitive Gene Hackman Signing…! [UPDATED]

Jay Towers and Jim Bowers, co-hosts of the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, are excited to announce their partnership with Chris Wyman and Official Pix for the Definitive Gene Hackman Autograph Signing. This is your chance to get the Lex Luthor signature of your dreams!

Below are just a few sample photos to choose from on the Official Pix website; click here to see all of the photos.

You also have the opportunity to send in your own items for Gene to sign!

From the Official Pix website:

“We couldn’t be more pleased to bring you the largest Gene Hackman Autograph Pre-Order ever offered with 180+ photo options that span his entire career! We’re also delighted to be partnering with & the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, who has provided many rare and never-before-seen Superman images of Lex Luthor & cast! This includes images shot by Superman: The Movie & Superman II set photographer Bob Penn & Superman IV: The Quest for Peace set photographer David James.”

“We couldn’t be more pleased to bring you the largest Gene Hackman Autograph Pre-Order & Send-In ever offered! This is your chance to send in items from your own collection to be signed by Lex Luthor himself!”

Pre-order Deadline is Tuesday, November 1, 2022
Send-in Deadline is Monday, November 7, 2022

Jay Towers and Jim Bowers invited Chris Wyman to be their guest on the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast to discuss this Definitive Gene Hackman Autograph Signing…listen today!

07 August 2022; Podcast Episode #45 has Landed..!

Jim & Dolores live in Canada and not only do they have a story to tell, but they have the pictures to prove it. In Episode #45, Jay Towers & Jim Bowers head back to the falls to hear the extraordinary story behind the family of four who pop up all over the iconic Niagara Falls scene in Superman II. Why were they in the film? How did they get so many so many photos and how did their children get on the laps of Christopher Reeve & Margot Kidder. Happen to be in Niagara Falls…and Jay & Jim are very much around as usual.

Please enjoy the photo gallery below containing photos from Jim & Dolores’ archive, as well as Superman II Niagara Falls screenshots that feature Jim & Delores, and their two children, Jamie & Matthew. Jim has a mustache and is wearing a striped shirt and white boat Captain’s hat, Dolores is wearing a yellow blouse, and the kids are wearing red shirts and blue jean bib overalls, both with hats. The autographed “To Bill” photo of Christopher Reeve belongs to Jim’s dad.

06 August 2022; Super Fan Letter..!

Why I Still Need Superman

I can’t speak for everybody, but in recent years, I have found myself feeling a renewed appreciation, affection, and even need for Superman. I’m talking about the Superman I grew up with, on the big screen, fighting for truth, justice, and the American way. As a youth, I never fully understood what that meant. But as an older, mature adult, I get it now. I understand why the whole world embraced Superman and what he stood for. But beyond just the nostalgia for pure Americana, Superman means something more…

As a 51 year old man, it’s rather freeing to realize and embrace the fact that you’re never too old for WONDER. Whether it’s marveling at a beautiful sunset, hearing a gorgeous concerto, or remembering the time you first discovered your favorite superhero, wonder is a chance to connect with innocence again. The fact that I still get the shivers when that S Shield streaks across the sky reminds me that I’m never too old for the simple joys of my childhood. When the bass horns of John Williams’ score begin to rumble, I know that incredible things are about to happen, and I’m excited to see them, time and time again. The bottom line is you never fully outgrow your childhood, nor should you! Just because we become smarter, more well-educated, well-cultured, and more self-sufficient as adults, doesn’t mean that our need to trust, hope, and believe in greater things ever goes away. Superman reminds us of that. That’s why these movies resonate so powerfully, even all these years later.

Furthermore, connecting youthfully to cherished memories keeps us from becoming the jaded cynical folks that so many around us unfortunately become. We all know them. Currently, we see that cynicism degenerating more and more into “corruption, violence, and evil” to put it in Lex’s terms. The timeless power of these wonderful movies is that they remind us that moments of pure joy still exist! It’s in those moments of joy that we are so powerfully removed from the “real world”, that we can look at it from a distance and say, “Superman wouldn’t say that” or “Superman wouldn’t do that” and suddenly, supposedly complex ideas like good and evil become remarkably simple.

Maybe comedians and historians are onto something when they joke about childhood being a time where we have not yet been educated enough to become idiots. We have not yet learned advanced methods to bring about our own demise. We see the borders of life as providing safety rather than unfair restriction. It’s in this world that Superman exists and it’s why we want to revisit him and fly with him and be like him. Superman is innocence, trust, hope, joy, and wonder. And these are things we were never meant to outgrow. That’s why I still need Superman.


Tony La Torre

01 August 2022; TIME in 1977!

On August 1, 1977, TIME Magazine published a great article about the filming progress of Superman: The Movie, featuring fresh new photos shot the month previously in New York City.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Before the movie is finished, Superman will have I) soldered together the Golden Gate Bridge, which has been cut in half by an earthquake, 2) rescued the President’s airplane from a thunderstorm, 3) tamed the waters from a collapsing dam, 4) plucked a speedboat full of criminals from the East River and set it down, still dripping, on Wall Street, 5) caught a crashing helicopter in mid-air, 6) flown round the world in 90 seconds with Lois Lane in his arms, and 7) cooked a souffle for Lois with his X-ray eyes.

29 July 2022; Reeve Quote..!

“I am very old-fashioned and, I guess, very lucky that early I found something to attract me, something I really wanted to do. I am an actor because I’d never wanted to do anything else. I compare it to the fine art of competitive sailing. I take it seriously, but not grimly. Ultimately I act for my own pleasure, but I am aware of my responsibility to give a performance that people will enjoy.”

— Christopher Reeve

24 July 2022; Superman IV at 35!

Jay Towers and Jim Bowers, co-hosts of the Caped Wonder Superman Podcast, Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, Christopher Reeve’s final performance as The Man of Steel and Clark Kent. Special Thanks to Superman IV actors Marc McClure, Mark Pillow, Mariel Hemingway, and Damian McLawhorn for joining us at the Christopher Reeve Legacy Reunion at Motor City Comic Con in May 2022! Super Thanks to editor Adeel of Steel for creating yet another stellar video for CapedWonder!

19 July 2022; An ICON!

This incredible photography session of Christopher Reeve by Bob Penn occurred 45 years ago this month atop the Hotel Mayflower and at Pier 5 at Brooklyn Bridge Park (a 15-minute walk from the Frisky the cat filming location) in New York City! The pointing photo is, in my humble opinion, the VERY BEST one ever shot of a live-action Superhero.

17 July 2022; Podcast Episode #44 has Landed..!

In Episode #44, Jay Towers & Jim Bowers have a great conversation with actress Ellen Bry. Before Spider-Man, St. Elsewhere, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Impact and countless films and TV shows, Ellen was the stunt double for Margot Kidder while filming the Metropolis scenes in New York for Superman: The Movie & Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut. Ellen is a great storyteller. From the Fruit Stand on 42nd street we get all the filming secrets and more! Jay & Jim take a Metropolis Leap of Faith! Look out below!

Click here to listen, or click on the Spreaker player below.

07 & 08 July 2022; A Swell Day and a Mugging, 45 Years Ago!!

7/7/77: Richard Donner filmed his first footage in New York City of Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder in the lobby and the exterior of the Daily News Building. Real-life film critic Kathleen Carroll and real-life entertainment reporter Rex Reed also shot their cameo appearances that day.

7/8/77: Richard Donner filmed Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder’s exterior portion of the mugger scene in New York City. Donner also filmed the end portion involving Ned Beatty’s introduction to the film as Otis at the corner of Pike and East Broadway, in Manhattan. The end tag would not appear in the theatrical version of the film, but was restored for the extended TV broadcast in February 7-8, 1982 (and in subsequent TV broadcasts) and the extended TV cut Blu-ray in October 2017.

Did you know that Superman Director Richard Donner and Assistant Director / Second Unit Director Dave Tomblin walked past the camera in this New York City scene in the extended cut of Superman: The Movie?

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Michael Kurland
28 days ago

I’m still hoping that Warner Bros will release the extended versions of the Christopher Reeve “Superman” films, especially since the 2001 Director’s Cut of the first film was my introduction to what made us believe.

Paul Salo
1 month ago

I was born after the theatrical release. But I’ve been watching it on home video since before I can remember. There have been many portrayals of Superman in media. I appreciate everyone else’s love for other actors in the role. And the many interpretations of the character. But for my money Reeve is the gold standard. That first movie is near perfect.
So in 2018 when it was released in theaters for the 40th anniversary I was overjoyed to finally see it on the big screen for the first time.

Joshua Belyeu
1 month ago

I’m not sure how old I was, but I’m pretty sure it was younger than ten. I first saw the original film on VHS, and the same with all the sequels too. I was surprised by all the differences in the Donner Cut of Superman II, and I still like Supergirl even though I know that movie has an (unfairly) bad rap. Both Chris Reeve and Helen Slater were perfect for their characters, and they were surrounded by so many expert supporting players as well. Superman Returns was an okay film, but I feel it relied too much on nostalgia, and wasn’t allowed to stand on its own two feet.

graeme mcfee
1 month ago

off to see superman at my local cinema 11th woo hoo

Jim McKeown
1 month ago

As a young boy I had an extremly difficult childhood & was taken away from my parents. I remember visiting the Curzon Cinema in Belfast (Northern Ireland) to view Superman. I was aware of the character via comics but not tv series with George Reeves. The holographic titles & John Williams march really where a spectacle before the story began, viewing Superman’s home on Krypton & then onwards to earth was great. The big moment was the 1st flying sequence, as Superman flew in fortress of solitude, wow! The next Superman moment is for me one of the highlights of cinema history – the helicoptor rescue. The rescue of Lois Lane & helicoptor was so real (still is!) visually alongside the music, the spectacle was very impressive for a boy at 8yrs old. I remember as a boy trying to fly with a towel around my neck, wearing the costume at parties, thinking very hard how I could be Superman. In a childhood surrounded by sadness, neglet, rejection, hurt & abuse, Superman The Movie became a teddy bear, a hero to look up to, a character who lost ‘his’ parents early in life. I could identify with this Superman & thank goodness it was Christopher Reeve & not some of the Hollywood candidates of the time. I went on to be employed in the Curzon as a cinema projectionist & many asked me my favourite film (as I was fortunate to view tons!) & “Superman” was my reply. The quality of the film was so good that few would laugh or sneer, all knew that Superman The Movie was a cinema classic coming a year later after Star Wars. This was a rich time in film production with many classic films in 70’s & 80’s & Superman was my highlight.
Later in life, coming to faith in God, you can see the parallels in the Superman story, the saviour being sent to earth to do amazing things. Superman The Movie means so much to me, the visuals, the costume, Chris Reeve, the music, the production, the spectacle, the memory of viewing on a 40ft approx wide screen in my youth.
This Saturday (8th April 2023) I visit the Stand Cinema (Belfast) to view Superman again. This cinema would’ve shown Superman originally but has been converted to a 4 screen complex. Thankfully we are viewing Superman in it’s main screen upstairs (the original balcony / circle) & with being a 1930’s designed (same designer as Curzon) cinema it has the same decor in places as the now gone Curzon.
Superman The Movie – what lovely memories as an 8yr old boy which has stuck with me all these years later.

An evergreen film.

Ron Walker
2 months ago

i had just turned 12 on 12/13 and was a major comic book nerd. I must admit I was a Marvel kid but was very excited to see Superman. In short, when the big S blasted in during the magnificent opening I was transported by cinema more than any other movie before. Star Wars had been a transformative experience 16+ months before but this was a whole new level. I have never been the same!

graeme mcfee
2 months ago

got my tickets to see the 45th anniversary of superman

2 months ago

Hi Jim here are my memoires of seeing Superman The Movie it was in 1990 when I 1st saw Superman The Movie on HBO during the Saturday Night Movie of The Week and fell in love with the film & the character of Superman ever since & still am a huge Superman fan to this day. I love Christopher Reeve as Superman & will forever be best Superman on film

Mike Z
2 months ago

Aged 15 saw it in December 1978 and was bowled over.
From Title cards bellowing John Williams’ masterful score to the chemistry of Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder, I was hooked.

The first line of Kryptonian dialogue by Jorel set the proceedings forward, “This is no Fantasy!”

Awesome direction and special effects make this my favorite “Super Hero” film.


2 months ago

Stay Super! — Jim Bowers, CapedWonder Editor/Founder

3 months ago

Jim thank you for your website. i love superman movies. i know had donner not been fired then the 3 villains would have been in Superman 3. i read that in an article a year or two ago. Jack who played Non said that. I would like Warners and Selutron come together and fix superman The movie to fit that will the Donner cut of superman 2. i wish then Jack who played non and Warners could do alternative superman 3 and 4 with the 3 villains They could use CGI That 3 starts off where donner cut ended. If Warners and jack can write storyline similar to what donner would have most likely done for 3 and 4. i wish these things could happen. thank you for your website Jim.

4 months ago

Had I been the Salkinds when Richard Donner was hired these are the things i would have done: i would have given Richard Donner a budget for both Superman The Movie and Superman II, then i would have said both films needed to be done by 1st January 1980, also both films would have been done everything the way Richard Donner and tom wanted. And for them to have done all future films. i would have then had Donner and Tom do Superman 3 to 10. In my view Donner and Tom were far better than Richard Lester.

4 months ago

I heard in June 2021 that Superman II – The Expanded Richard Donner Cut was done, is the Expanded Richard Donner Cut available for the public to buy? I understand a fan did the expanded version of the Donner cut. If it is not available, i hope at some point we can but the expanded version of Superman II Donner Cut.

10 months ago

Hello Jim Bowers and the rest of the Superman and Super Friends at Caped Wonder Superman Imagery. Caped Wonder is a super amazing place to see the legacy of The Christopher Reeve Donnerverse Superman film series live on.These films are what got me into the character of Superman and I started reading the comics not long after seeing the film in 1990. Christopher Reeve has been and always will be my favorite live action Superman / Clark Kent on film. His performance as Superman has not been topped. Chris brough so much to the role and really respected the character of Superman. And The Caped Wonder Superman Podcast is with Jim Bowers and Jay Towers is super amazing and so much fun to listen too. Keep up the Super Amazing work Jim with the website. Where all part of the same team.

2 years ago

Hello !
I really enjoy what you do!
The original Donner film is a one of the pillars of my life
I was wondering if you guys have any update on Richard Donner life or work ? He’s 90 ! is he doing ok ?
Do you guys think he will work on a new lethal weapon ?

cheers !

2 years ago

I just read the August 1977 Time Magazine piece you posted and have a question. The article states that SUPERMAN would be released in December 1978, but at this point in the production wasn’t it still scheduled to come out in the summer? Did Time knowingly or unknowingly get the date right?

2 years ago

I love this site! Can´t get enough of the pictures and all the background information.
There is so much love and respect for the character of Superman and the movies, you can feel it in every single article.
Very nice work, please keep it up!

Michael Kurland
2 years ago

Christopher Reeve’s Superman will always be a symbol of hope for not only me, but the entire world, especially during these tough times. As Chris himself said, “It’s a much harder challenge, yet I see no reason to give up.”

Donna Carvey
3 years ago

As one of the Girl Scout moms in the podcast of Jay Towers Caped Wonder Superman, I would love to get a video DVD to my daughter who was one of the participating Scouts, who was not able to be contacted in time to be a participant in your reunion. We all remember the filming fondly and she has shared your podcast with her teen aged sons, and we her parents. What a fun memory for all of us, especially our daughter, who has saved her memorabilia from the event. A nice thing you have done. She is Denise Carvey Hill of Gilbert, Arizona.

John Cribbs IV
3 years ago

Thanks buddy I love the website and keep the torch lit thanks for all you do for us all like the Superman movies did inspirational forevermore forever unconditionally I miss the legendary legacy Christopher Reeve left us all but not to worry we have Brandon Routh (doppelgänger of Christopher Reeve) this is hard to believe but Steve Harvey (doppelgänger of the legendary late Richard Pryor) I have proof wouldn’t it be great for themselves to be in a newer Superman movie like in Superman 3 (1983,2000,2006) thanks buddy keep the torch lit thanks peace and blessings to you all peace.

3 years ago

Happy New Year 2020!

3 years ago

Hi there Jim,

I just stumbled upon a very special scene from Superman I where the spaceship had just landed in the farms of Smallville. From that moment in the movie right till the 4th part of Superman(The Quest for Peace), I guess I must have seen these movies at least a dozen times if not less. As I was watching through this video yet one more time, I stumbled upon your website and boy! I could just say one word AWESOME. You have rekindled the “Christopher Reeve” in me who in my humble opinion epitomized Peace, Smile, Happiness, Confidence, Goodness and above all Self Belief. I have always been a fan of Mr Reeve ever since I was a child growing up as of today in my early forties. Thank you for all the wonderful information, you have shared with us here and once again it has been an absolute joy knowing the legacy of Christopher Reeve. To me, in short Christopher Reeve is SUPERMAN. God Be with you Mr Reeve and thank you once again for all the amazing memories and love imparted to us.

Sefy Levy
4 years ago

Dear Jim,

It was a pleasure to meet you at the Superman Celebration in Metropolis after all the years i’ve been following your amazing website. Being here and watching the Photos, reading the Articles, will always give me Hope that some day the future generation will get to see a movie with a Director who has true Passion for the Character and Honors him and what he represents…. an Actor who will do the part Justice…

No Matter how dark the world may seem…. there is a Superman in each of us… to make it a little brighter…

Your Friend,

4 years ago

“In the decade of the 1930’s, even the great city of Metropolis was not spared the ravages of the worldwide Depression. Amid times of fear and confusion, the job of informing the public was the responsibility of The Daily Planet, a great metropolitan newspaper whose reputation for clarity and truth had become a symbol of hope for the city of Metropolis!”

The greatest superhero movie of all time celebrates its 40th anniversary today. Superman was released on December 15, 1978. I was in middle school at the time, and I remember all of the buzz surrounding the movie in the months prior to its release. I bought many of the celebrity magazines, as well as several DC comic books, and each month there were various reports on casting and production. Some of those reports turned out to be incorrect, such as the one in which Rona Barrett announced that Anne Archer had been cast as Lois Lane. I will be forever grateful that Rona got that one wrong.

I found all of the news interesting, yet I had little desire to see the movie. In fact, I did not see it until it had its network television premiere on ABC on Sunday, February 7 and Monday, February 8, 1982. Even though I watched it on my tiny 13-inch black and white portable TV, I was enthralled. From that kid reading from Action Comics #1 to the very end of the ten-minutes-long closing credits, I loved every second of it. I got goosebumps when I first heard John Williams’ theme music and still get them every single time I hear it. And those opening credits flying through space are as incredible today as they were four decades ago.

The casting was superb. Marlon Brando was worth every penny of the millions he was paid for his portrayal of Jor-El. I loved Glenn Ford and Phyllis Thaxter as Jonathan and Martha Kent. It was clever how we were subtly informed that Martha’s maiden name was “Clark.” Even though he had only a few minutes of screen time, Jonathan’s death never fails to bring a tear to my eye. One of my favorite moments is in the wheat field when Martha reaches out her hand to comfort Clark then draws it back, as if she’s suddenly become afraid to touch him.

Christopher Reeve was perfect as both the adult Clark and the Man of Steel. The scene in the Fortress of Solitude when we first see him in his Superman costume and he flies toward the camera is thrilling. But it’s Margot Kidder as feisty, vivacious Lois Lane that really makes the movie for me. ABC also aired a documentary on the making of the film in which there was a very telling behind-the-scenes moment where director Richard Donner instructed everyone to take a break from filming the balcony scene. As Margot walked away, Richard pulled Chris aside and informed him that Margot was stealing the scene from him, and Chris sheepishly agreed. I feel that Margot stole every scene in the movie. She had an indefinable something that I found totally charming.

The helicopter rescue is one of the most exciting scenes ever captured on film and features my favorite line: “You-you’ve got me? Who’s got you?!” Then there’s the aforementioned balcony scene. The interplay between Chris and Margot is so much fun. I love that moment when Lois hesitates as she says, “Clark…says that…you’re just a figment of somebody’s imagination. Like Peter Pan,” and Superman gets a brief look of panic on his face, thinking that she’s calling him “Clark.” And the flying sequence! It’s absolutely magical, with John Williams’ music again inducing goosebumps. There is one brief shot as the two of them fly away from the Statue of Liberty that looks so real you’d swear that somehow they were actually suspended in mid-air above New York Harbor. A lot of people apparently don’t like “Can You Read my Mind,” but I find Margot’s performance of it enchanting.

Lois’ death scene is powerful. It’s brilliantly done, as you really feel her panic as she’s being buried alive. And Superman’s anguish is gut-wrenching. Chris and Margot were both incredible in this scene. I’ve always found it a bit difficult to watch it, and I think it will be even harder to watch it now. It breaks my heart that neither of them lived to celebrate this 40th anniversary of their most iconic roles. I hope they know how much this movie and they themselves mean to us.

4 years ago

40 Years! My mom took myself and my brother (and sister?) to go see the movie when I was 10 years old. We went and saw it in Auckland city. I remember walking through the streets and looking up at what seemed the unusually tall buildings. Having grown up in a small country town, visiting Auckland was almost like being in Metropolis itself. From what I can recall, we also saw the movie at the St James theatre, an historical theatre originally built in 1928 which sort of matched in with the opening scenes of the movie. I can remember the movie with a sense of spectacle that you can probably only experience when you’re ten. Christopher Reeve will always be MY Superman. He seemed to have that mix of heroism and kindness/gentleness that he brought to the character.

ps, please do you have the poster at the top of the page (with Reeve pointing skyward) at any larger size? I used to have it on my wall (the centre spread from Starburst issue #3) and I’d love to get it again but it seems like it’s impossible to find a large format version of it.

Brandon Long
4 years ago

40 years ago today, cinema was elevated to new heights and the superhero genre was officially kicked off much to the respect of Hollywood as well as to general audiences with the release of this spectacle. Without it, we wouldn’t have all the superhero movies flooding the cinemas today. The love and dedication to making this film is definitely felt right from the soaring opening credits. The soaring performance of Christopher Reeve is easily the best casting in superhero movie history as well as one of the best in movie history in general. The supporting cast also brings a lot to the table in many ways. From amazing special effects to John Williams’ soaring score, it all comes together to create a fun, nostalgic adventure that still soars today!

4 years ago

I fell in love with Margot Kidder on Sunday, February 7, 1982. Or maybe it was Monday, February 8. On those two nights, ABC presented the network television premiere of 1978’s Superman, and I finally got to see it for the first time. Even though I watched it on my little 13-inch black and white portable TV, I was captivated. Christopher Reeve was of course perfect as both Clark Kent and the Man of Steel, but it was Margot’s performance as feisty Lois Lane that made the movie for me. ABC also aired a documentary on the making of the film (included on the DVD, I believe). In it, there was a very telling behind-the-scenes moment where director Richard Donner instructed everyone to take a break from filming the balcony scene. As Margot walked away, Richard pulled Chris aside and informed him that Margot was stealing the scene from him, and Chris sheepishly agreed. I feel that Margot stole every scene in the movie. She had an indefinable something that I found totally charming. The only fan letter I ever sent to a celebrity was to Margot. I just had to tell her how much I admired her performance in the film. I never received a reply, but that didn’t lessen my appreciation for her. A few years later, I drew her portrait, which I consider to be one of the best drawings I ever did. I’ve seen many of her theatrical films (Trenchcoat, Sisters, Black Christmas, Willie & Phil, Keeping Track, and Heartaches among them), early TV appearances (Banacek, Baretta, Nichols), and later TV movies (Vanishing Act, Picking Up the Pieces, Pygmalion, Louisiana, and The Glitter Dome to name just a few). She also starred in a terrific short-lived TV series called Shell Game in 1987. I loved them all. I was heartbroken when I heard that she had passed away in May. It seems especially sad that she will miss two milestones this year: her 70th birthday and the 40th anniversary of her most iconic film. She will always be my Lois Lane and one of my favorite actresses. Rest in peace, Margaret Ruth Kidder.

Mari Mortsfield
4 years ago

This is a wonderful website. Christopher Reeve is still the best Superman there has ever been. He so epitomized the true ideals and personality of this character:Clark Kent and Superman with humility and generosity and never-ending courage that always lifts the human spirit and inspires so many people like myself. Always grateful that his lifetime gave us these incredible moments of entertainment. Christopher Reeve’s charismatic portrayal and his life in memorable films are iconic and a true testament to the legend Superman. Miss him, thank you for sharing.
M.D. Mortsfield

Keith Haden
4 years ago

Jim, Superman The Movie is coming back to theaters on November 25th through Fathom Events!

4 years ago
Reply to  James Walker

My Goodness, this is THE MOST SPECIAL message I believe I have ever received about Christopher Reeve and his impact on the world. Thank you so very much James! I am grateful for you!

James Walker
4 years ago

The impact of Christopher Reeve’s life, and his portrayal of Superman, is immeasurable. While it is hard to put into succinct description, all of us here feel the reality of that impact every day. He transcended the boundaries of page and screen to become a true and utterly real Superman, embodying and exemplifying the qualities that make us believe in the Man of Steel. There is a reason that we always think of Chris when we imagine Superman. It isn’t that he was the first to portray him; it isn’t just the groundbreaking story-telling and spectacle of ‘Superman the Movie.’ Rather, it is Chris himself. The man who took on the role of the Last Son of Krypton with pride and glee; who viewed his involvement with the character as a noble responsibility, and an opportunity to inspire humanity; the man whose kindness was matched by his initiative and courage. A man like Chris coming into the role of Superman may have seemed serendipitous at the time; but I believe it was fate; fate, that we should have a fictional character and real person merge so flawlessly into the inspiring phenomenon that was, and is, Christopher Reeve.

4 years ago

Dear Jim , is amazing and you do a super amazing job honoring Christopher Reeve and him as Superman. Keep up the super amazing work !!!

4 years ago
Reply to  Bob

Pinewood Studios.

4 years ago

Where was the alley transformation filmed? NYC?

Dave Yazbek
5 years ago

Where did you get the amazing background illustration from on your home page?

Dave Yazbek
5 years ago

Yesterday I watched the TV extended cut to honour Margot Kidder’s passing. After dozens and dozens of viewings over the past four decades, I can’t believe I found a detail I’d never noticed before! After the Phantom Zone villains disappear off screen, you can actually see the Council Dome closing!! Never noticed this detail before and it’s why the shot is held for a couple of seconds after the villains exit on the top right of the screen. I’m shopping for an 80 inch TV this weekend. Can’t wait to see what other morsels I find once the images are larger.

5 years ago
Reply to  stan

Count on it.

5 years ago

Just very sad at the loss of Margot Kidder. She made Lois Lane “real” and helped the audience believe that a man could fly. Somewhere Chris and Margot are flying again.

5 years ago

Is there a chance that there will be a 4K release this year? I think the success of the television cut that was released was a huge success and I hope that will: “Let Warner Brothers See there is money to be made in a 4k release”. I also hope Warner Brothers will release the television cut of “Superman II”. That would be awesome

5 years ago
Reply to  Matt H

Thanks a bunch Matt!

Matt H
5 years ago

Thank you for such a great site. I am happy to have found it today. Thank you so much for your time and effort.

Lastly I cannot express how excited I am for the TV/Extended edt that has come out. I finally received my copy and will be reliving my childhood as this was the version I remember most and loved the most because of it. Great times for a Reeve’s fan!

Bob Carter
5 years ago

For 6 weeks, I went to see the movie every weekend in downtown KC at the Empire theatre. It simply blew me away. It was the start to the true superhero era.

5 years ago

“and now through patience, invention, and skill”…the extended cut of Superman The Movie “is just about ready!”

I’m really looking forward to this release, and feel really blessed to be alive right now! I thank all the challenging and wonderful circumstances in life, that have made this release of my favorite movie of all time possible! I want to personally thank this site for all the fantastic and informative writings about this film in general.

Lew Price
5 years ago

Hi Jim
This is Aaron’s Mum and Dad.
We would just like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for everything you have done for our son.
Aaron holds you in the highest regard,and your generosity and kindness is overwhelming to say the least.
We are hoping that one day,someone will realise Aaron’s potential,(as you have my friend) when that day comes Jim,you will definitely not be forgotten,we will make sure of that.
When i was growing up,George Reeves was my hero,and i guess that has rubbed off on Aaron.
I’m 70 next year,but i still have faith in Aaron to make his mark by becoming famous before i depart this world.
You have given our son inspiration,and the tenacity to move forward in the quest to further his career.
God bless you Jim,you are a real “Superman”.

Kindest regards
Lew and Angie Price.(York,England)

5 years ago
Reply to  EDWARD

Thanks for your support Edward!!

5 years ago

HI Jim and Chris Reeve fans

It is amazing to think that out of all the actors that played the Man of Steel, Christopher Reeve is in actual fact the incarnation of how the hero would have been in real life. It is inspiring to know that not only die Richard Donner set the tone for one of the greatest hero movies of all time, but also defined a generation with greatness that we so seldom forget.
It is sad on the other hand that so many youngsters will not know what it is to have a hero like Christopher Reeve who really shined with the values of days forgotten, as the hero we see on the screen in 2017 lacks the sincerity and the integrity that made Christopher still being celebrated 40 years after his debut as the ultimate Superman.

Jim , you have to be commended in keeping this site so vibrant and congratulations on the success and inspiration you keep flaming. In the legacy of time, Richard, Christopher and Margot will always be AWESOME!

5 years ago

If you’re ever in the San Diego, CA area, stop by the Hollywood Casino in Jamul, CA ( just south of San Diego ). In it, there is a touted Superman III costume on display in the restaurant. To my eye, it looks genuine and is beautifully displayed among other classic movies.

William Roberts
5 years ago

Hi Jim, I got back yesterday from the Superman Celebration in Metropolis, IL, where I met you. I was one of the contestants in the trivia contest. Thanks for all the interesting information you shared with us and also the Super-cut of the movie. I forgot to ask you a couple of questions. If you mentioned this, I missed it, but there are at least 2 Easter eggs in the new Wonder Woman movie that are a homage to Superman the Movie. Also, doesn’t Warner Bros. have all the master prints for all the scenes you have in the Restored International Cut? Surely they weren’t stupid enough to destroy them. Next year is going to be the 80th anniversary of Superman first appearing in the June 1938 issue of Action Comics #1. That would be a good time for them to release a high quality cut with all the scenes you have in your cut on widescreen on Blu-ray.

Andrew P.
6 years ago

Wow. Your devotion is admirable. Thank you so much for being such a phenomenal online resource, nay, the principle online resource for the Christopher Reeves Superman media. Your site is unique in this universe. Thank you so much. Please never stop.

6 years ago

Love your site.

On the Daily Planet set, is that Lee Remick standing next to Donner?