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A tribute to George Reeves and the cast and crew of the
Adventures of Superman

Superman character created by
Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster

The Adventures Continue
Owner: Jim Nolt
Editors: Jim Nolt (1994 - 2005; 2013 - Present)
Lou Koza (2006 - 2012)

A review from Bruce Dettman...
Investigating Lois Lane: The Turbulent History of The Daily Planet's Ace Reporter
by Tim Hanley

A sequel to “Crime Wave”
by Steve Brooks

I'm pleased to post these images created by Brad Shey...
inspired by his admiration for George Reeves
and the
Adventures of Superman

Recently I received a vision... and a voice, from somewhere in New York
commanded me to create a series of web pages. I obeyed the command.
It now becomes my happy duty to reveal Bruce Kanin's parodies.

I am so very saddened by the news that Jack Larson
passed away on September 20, 2015
at the age of 86.

A few words from some who knew Jack

I last spent time with Jack last August in Los Angeles
at the birthday celebration for Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and George Reeves.

Jack Larson's Memorial Service
December 6, 2015

Watch the
Adventures of Superman
Saturdays at 6:00 (eastern) on ME-TV

If you have a Facebook account and the
Adventures of Superman on DVD,

join in the fun as we watch and comment on two episodes
every Friday evening at 7pm (ET) at the

Adventures of Superman Rewatch Club

A Puzzle For Smallville
a new Superboy story from
Mike Cline

Celebration 2014
(August 16-17, 2014)

Pictures and remembrances from
Bruce Dettman
Chris Brockow
Chris Brockow (2)
Bruce Kanin
Brad Shey
Charlie Rose
Victoria Bigelow
Steven Levine
Toni Collins on the Bob Holiday website

What's In Your Closet?

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Rare George Reeves Photos
at Heritage Auctions

George Reeves
at the La Grange Pet Parade - 1956

Interview with Veronica Guyader
of Woolstock, Iowa...
George Reeves' birthplace

by Chris Brockow

A new and expanded version of Beverly Washburn's book,

Reel Tears, The Beverly Washburn Story, Take Two,
is now available

If you can't find what you are looking for on this Front page, you'll find those past articles and features on

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TAC Book Library


Scoops Of News

Since 1989, the readers of The Adventures Continue, through donations and proceeds from sales of certain items, have contributed a total of

(as of March 23, 2016

to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America

George Reeves was National Chairman of MG in 1955
Read letter of appreciation from Esther Land of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America.

MGA was founded by Jane Ellsworth, wife of "Superman" producer Whitney Ellsworth. George Reeves served as national chairperson in 1955 and remained close to MG in the years following.

In fact, through TAC, George Reeves maintains a connection with MG to this day. MG marked its 60th anniversary with a special newsletter that includes the history of the organization complete with the photo of George Reeves accepting a certificate from Jane Ellsworth and Mathilda Kark Spak (page 5).

I'm proud to note there is also a nice mention of The Adventures Continue. Anyone wanting to make a donation in George's name is invited to contact me at Wouldn't George be surprised to know he continues to inspire generous donations these many years later. ~Jim

Foundation Focus
60th Anniversary Edition
June, 2012

Candid photo image of George Reeves at Disneyland July 17, 1955. Anaheim, Ca.

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