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A tribute to George Reeves and the cast and crew of the
Adventures of Superman
Superman character created
Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster
~ Scoops of News ~
~ Just a sample of what you’ll find inside ~
Image by Brad Shey
was happy to receive, and I very much appreciate this tribute
George Reeves, Phyllis Coates, and “The Adventures Continue” from Alfred Eaker.
Comics of the Golden Age Podcast
features Superman-related pictures from the imagination of
is the prime suspect in one of Hollywood's most famous murder
In 1989, I interviewed Lenore Lemmon.
I liked her. I think she liked me. This is her story...”
Woman: Lenore Lemmon
by Lee Saylor
My review of “Wild Woman”
I've had an interest in George Reeves since I first watched Superman in 1953.
His death in 1959 was a shock to me... one from which I don't think I'll ever fully recover.
Generally, however, I shy away from discussions of that fateful evening in 1959...
mostly because people don't come to such a discussion with a willingness to learn
something new. If, however, you are a reader who thinks it's important to view events,
even those long past, with an open mind, take a look at what Lee has to say.
He presents some interesting insights.
Letter from Maxine Heller
Allan Asherman shares some information about
the Adventures of Superman
20th Century Fox Feature Compilations
"I found something interesting right here in the society column of our own paper. Look. Read where I marked it." Well, actually Michael Hayde found it and sent it to me. (But don't forget who posted it.)
Shey shares with us three of
Jack Larson's Superman contracts
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Since 1989, the readers of The Adventures Continue, through donations and proceeds from sales of certain items, have contributed a total of
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Wouldn't George be surprised to know he continues to inspire generous donations these many years later. ~Jim
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