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Superman:The Movie(1978)

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  • Meeting Mr. Christopher Reeve

    • Judy
    • 3/5/18

    Back in the fall of 1978, I was in a theatre to see another film at the time; and just prior to its start, there was a promo for a new film...and, initially, all you saw flashed across the screen like comets for this promo, were actors' & actresses' names (some famous & some not)...however, when Mr. Marlon Brando's name came across the screen (and he just did "The Godfather" a few years earlier), and the name of the film, "Superman" was revealed, the entire theatre just roared with laughter. I didn't see this film when initially released, but did sometime later; & then in the late 1980s, my hometown was having an outdoor concert to salute, film composer, Mr. John Williams, with actor, Mr. Christopher Reeve, from this film to attend and introduce the musical score. I was able to attend & afterwards, I got to meet Mr. Reeve, & obtain his autograph. This was a real thrill for a young-adult to meet the person I saw on the screen. I still have the autograph; & think of that time whenever this film is now show on television. I'm actually surprised that Fathom events have never thought of airing this film again in theatres for the summer. Instead I believe they are going to show the film "Grease" which I have never thought was a good film even when it was released.

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