Oh, Superman, I wonder if people know how beautiful the world really is.
Photo compliments of Randy Garret and Don Holmes.
The Adventures Continue (TAC)
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Adventures of Superman
1) The Adventures of Superman opening Credits – Mike Goldman has given us an insight to the mysterious changes.
2) In the Shadows of "Panic in The Sky" – John Raspanti gives us an inside look.
3) The Adventures of Superman A Reflection by Bruce Dettman.
4) Jackson Gillis, August 21,1916 - August 19, 2010 -- A 1991 Jackson Gillis conversation with Jim Nolt
6) In "The Monkey Mystery" Mystery Mike Goldman and Don Holmes take a closer look at "The Monkey Mystery" and give us with yet another mystery to think about.
7) The Second Season by Mike Goldman and Jim Nolt
8) The Mystery of Young Clark by Andy Klyde and Jim Nolt
9) Amazing Lot of TV Superman Photos from Jim Bowers
10) Observations by Chris Brockow regarding “Superman On Earth.”
11) "George Reeves Forever" website goes offline, but Rich's pages find a home at TAC.
12) Kirk Hastings takes a closer look at “Peril In Paris.”
13) Remembering Lester Dorr by Dianne Dorr Tuckerman, Barb Paulk, and Jim Nolt
14) We Got No Choice, Kent A Profile of John Doucette by John Doucette II and Jim Nolt
16) In The Darkroom features Superman-related pictures from the imagination of Brad Shey.
17) You’ll Believe – Kirk Hastings offers a history and critique of the effects used through the years to make Superman fly.
18) Bill Kennedy – Thanks to Mark McGovern for this message of interest and importance to all about Bill Kennedy, the man who voiced the intro to the Adventures of Superman.
1) Ron Gross combines his appreciation for TAoS and his unique and impressive artistic style to bring a beautiful tribute to George Reeves.
2) Rare Neal Adams illustration of George Reeves from the early 90's.
3) Skip Simpson recreates the Painting in Perry White's office.
1) Part 1 Refer to the players who've been spotted in other films by Lou Koza
2) Part 2 Refer to the players who've been spotted in other films by Lou Koza
3) Bruce Dettman Documents Bruce provides on-going mini-profiles of the Adventures of Superman character actors.
5) John Doucette by John Doucette II and Jim Nolt
6) An Interview with Malcolm Mealey by Doug Switz.
8) Dabbs Greer in The Green Mile By Colete Morlock
10) Judy Nugent Thanks to Boyd Magers
11) Isa Ashdown by Jim Nolt
12) The Billy Nelson Gallery Thanks to his nephew, Jason Michaels.
14) Russell Johnson by Bruce Dettman
15) Dale Van Sickel by Barbara Drake
1) Maybe It's His Costume Fans personal recollections of childhood memories.
2) George Reeves' Superman Costume by Kirk Hastings
4) What George Reeves Meant to Keith Howard by Keith Howard
The Deserter Review - by Colete Morlock. As every fan of George Reeves knows, he directed the last three episodes of the Adventures of Superman. It was in George's best interest to direct further and directing the film The Deserter was on his agenda, as well as Return to Earth. Colete reviews The Deserter and why it may have interested George Reeves.
Road (from "The Mind Machine")
2006: A Year in Review
2007: A Year in Review
2008: A Year in Review
2009: A Year in Review
2010: A Year In Review
2011: A Year In Review
2012: A Year In Review
1) TV Guide
2) George Reeves Was A Super “Superman” Newsday article by Jerry Zezima
now another exciting episode in The Adventures of Superman”
4) Results of Vicki Bigelow's research at the Helen Warner branch of the Willard Public Library in Battle Creek, Michigan.
1) George Reeves Personal Appearance in Hartford, Connecticut by Lou Koza and Bill Dillane
3) Disneyland July 17, 1955. Anaheim, Ca. Candid Photo
4) George Reeves Final Costume Appearance. Possibly George Reeves' final costumed TV appearance at KJEO-TV in Fresno California for a telethon for Cerebral Palsy as told in the August 18, 1958 Fresno Bee Thanks to Carl Glass
6) The Greater Indiana County State Fair Appearance - August 25, 1956.
8) The Egyptian Premier Appearance by Lou Koza
I Thought I Was the Only One is a list of George Reeves/Superman resources.
1) Relative Revelations: Relative Revelations provides a small glimpse into the triangle relationship between George, Toni and Eddie. By Lou Koza
It was long speculated
and at times defined as fact that Frank Bessolo, George's
step-father, died by suicide. Enter the pages above and finally
learn the truth.
5) George Reeves: The Real "Man of Steel" by Greg McCollum
Plus the follow-up
6) Helen Bessolo by Serena Enger
7) Eddie Mannix MGM Studio profile and Newspaper articles
8) The Curious Case of the George Reeves Car Accidents by Lou Koza
1) And Who, Disguised As Clark Kent by Stephen Brooks
3) A Super Memory by Bruce Dettman
4) Crime and Justice: Notable Film Noir and Crime Dramas By Serena Enger
5) From Comics to TV by Kirk Hastings
The Dettman Observatory (the following articles are all on the
7) Lucy Meets Superman, and The Luckiest Kid in the World (From the pages of TAC: The Magazine) by Lou Koza
8) The Great TV Heroes: Superman by Kirk Hastings
9) In Retrospect – A series of articles by Bruce Dettman
10) An Evening With Beverly Washburn by Chris Brockow
12. Ed Gross of CloserWeekly.com takes a look at George Reeves.
1) Happy Landings: Another article from Mr. X and Jim Nolt. (4/29/07)
2) Take a guided tour of the Daily Planet with your tour guides, Mr. X and Jim Nolt.
3) And now, take the "Out of the Office Tour" with that fabulous duo, Mr. X and Jim Nolt.
4) Mr. X and Mr. N(olt) bring to you Super Outtakes.
5) Put-and-Take Tops? It took 50 years, but thanks to Mr. X, another mystery is solved, and I now know what a Put-and-Take Top looks like ("The Man Who Could Read Minds").
9) Alfred Walker's Basement by Alfred Walker
10) X-Factor By Mr. X
12) The Center For Jewish History Celebrates 75 Years of Superman
Available on Amazon
14) Superman on Film, Television, Radio and Broadway by Bruce Scivally
15) With Thanks to Superman by Brian McKernan
16) Voices From Krypton by Edward Gross
1) Flight of the Innocent - Review of Hollywoodland by Lou Koza
2) Hollywoodland: The UK DVD -- Advertisement Review by Lou Koza
3) New York Post article on Hollywoodland includes remarks by Mr. Jim Nolt.
4) Sunset Boulevard: "Mad About the Boy" by Lou Koza
1) The Many Faces of Jimmy Olsen: As Shown by Jack Larson by Thom Hamilton and Colete Morlock
2) News of Jack Larson
4) Brad Shey shares with us three of Jack Larson's Superman contracts
5) Download Karen Grant's interview with Jack Larson from May, 2003. (Thanks to Mike Goldman for bringing this to my attention).
6) Jack Larson's connection with antiques in this interview by Ken Hall.
7) Superman Returns: Jack and Noel in the New York Times.
9) Jack Larson's Memorial Service.
1) John Hamilton: The Distinguished Curmudgeon by John J. Raspanti
1) 50 Years Later Still Resonates A sentimental remembrance from the fans.
2) Life of George Reeves Celebration - June 20, 2009 New York City
review from Bruce Dettman...
Miracle In Metropolis by Linda Billo
A Christmas Gift by Stephen Brooks with illustrations by Randy Garrett.
First Encounters by Stephen Brooks with llustrations by Randy Garrett.
Missing by Stephen Brooks with illustrations by Randy Garrett.
Trouble In The Old Home Town by Stephen Brooks with illustrations by Randy Garrett.
Superman's First Rescue by Stephen Brooks with illustrations by Randy Garrett.
Superman and the Ghost of Mystery Mountain by Stephen Brooks and Ralph Schiller
Everybody Comes To Tony's by Stephen Brooks
The Girl From Superman's Past by Stephen Brooks
Aftershock, a sequel to “Crime Wave” by Stephen Brooks
Man of Iron by Stephen Brooks
The Smallville Boys in The Old Thorne Mansion by Stephen Brooks
Short On Time by Jessica Campos
Last Ounce Of Strength by Jessica Campos
In The Mind by Jessica Campos
A 1955 “Adventure of Superman” We'd Have All Liked To See by Len Carparelli
Turmoils Of A Teenage Superboy by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Turning The Page by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Dilemma by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Winds of Change by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Soon It Will End by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Shattered by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Genesis by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Enmeshed by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
The Big Con by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Triangle by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
The Trojan Horse by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
A Puzzle For Smallville by Mike Cline (A Superboy Story)
Claire Kent, Crime Reporter by Mike Cline
Night Before Christmas by Kirk Hastings with illustrations by Randy Garrett.
Superman's Wife: The Expanded Version by Kirk Hastings
And Justice For All by Kirk Hastings
The Stolen Costume Part II by Kirk Hastings
The Stolen Costume Part III by Kirk Hastings
The Ghosts Of Cheslford by Kirk Hastings
The Girl Of Steel by Kirk Hastings
Superman and the Mob Men by Bruce Kanin
Ghost of Benedict Canyon by Kirk Hastings
The Haunted Island by Kirk Hastings
Young Clark Kent by Kirk Hastings
Where No Superman Has Gone Before by Kirk Hastings
Journey Back Into Time by Kirk Hastings
Superman Is Missing by Kirk Hastings
The Kingpin of Organized Crime by Kirk Hastings
Superman In Mayberry by Kirk Hastings
Mastermind by Bruce Kanin
Superman and Perry Mason by Bruce Kanin
Superman In Exile – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
From Krypton to Earth by Tom Nichol
The Human Bomb – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Peril By Sea – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Deserted Village – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Crime Wave – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Prince Albert Coat – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Five Minutes To Doom – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Panic In The Sky – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Test Of A Warrior – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Deadly Rock – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Mystery In Wax – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Mysterious Cube – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Superman And The Mole-Men – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
A Ghost For Scotland Yard – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Ghost Wolf – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Star Of Fate – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Great Caesar's Ghost – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Atomic Captive – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Haunted Lighthouse – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Rescue – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Mind Machine – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Defeat of Superman – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Big Freeze – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Joey – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Phantom Ring – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
The Big Squeeze – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
Night of Terror – Epilogue by Tom Nichol
on the TAC Facebook page, Peter “Stoney” Emshwiller posted a
Have you ever wondered what happened to the 1953 Nash-Healey driven by George as Clark Kent on TAoS? Well, wonder no more.
Jim Bowers' YouTube Tribute to Noel Neill
New York Telefantasy Convention
with Noel Neill.
Noel Neill's 85th birthday party photos. The party was held at the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn on November 26, 2005.
1) Superman and Captain Midnight Together Image found by Lou Koza
2) Inside look at So Proudly We Hail Exhibitor's Manual. 13 pages. Includes Tall, Dark and Embarrassed - Nurse Claudette Bathes Shy Male (see Page 40). Thanks to Serena Enger.
3) Movie Reviews by Lou Koza
4) Kit Parker Films presents for the first time on DVD two back to back films staring George Reeves. Thunder in the Pines and Jungle Goddess. Backed by the immense energy of Carl Glass and Steve Kirk and others. (I received my copy on Dec.14, 2006 and it is terrific. Be sure not to miss out on this gem.)
2) "The Man Who Could Read Minds" Location shots in "The Man Who Could Read Minds"
3) Learn about the train shown in the introduction to the Adventures of Superman.
4) More about the location of the train in the intro to the Adventures of Superman.
4) The Valley Express captured by Bobby Ryan
apartment building in
"The Birthday Letter."
On the Lighter Side
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. Curtain...
1) Lois In Manhattan by Bruce Dettman
2) Superman's Girl Friday - Long lost magazine article found.
1) Great animated feature will have you walking on air.
2) Combining two passions... TAoS and Stereoscopic imaging. Bring your 3D glasses.
3) Now you can have a Nash-Healey sports car just like George's.
1) Robert Shayne: A Tribute to a Fine Actor by Colete Morlock and Thom Hamilton
2) Robert Shayne in the News -- Clippings provided by Lou Koza
3) Inspector Henderson's Sweetheart. Bette Shayne on YouTube.com
Superman And The Secret Planet
by Randy Garrett
Boys and girls... your attention please. Presenting a new and exciting story featuring the thrilling adventures of an amazing and incredible personality in
This concludes Superman and the Secret Planet, and we owe Randy Garrett a sincere debt of gratitude. I know he put in many long hours for our enjoyment. Randy, thanks so much for sharing your talents, your time, and your love for George.
For more of Randy's artwork, visit his web-site.
seven chapter movie
Superman and the Mole Men began filming in July 1951. Fifty-year anniversary is recognized by the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors, and a celebration is held downtown at the Cafe Pinot. See Noel Neill, Jack Larson, Robert Rockwell, Jeff Corey, Dabbs Greer, Bette Shayne, Laura and Joanne Seigel and Paul Levitz.
Special Report from NEWSDAY, Sunday edition dated June 18, 2006 on the upcoming Superman DVD and broadcast events.
Brittany thanks the "Legion of Super Friends" who helped her with a school project in the spring of 2003.
Woolstock Celebrates George Reeves
tribute to George Reeves, Phyllis Coates,
"Like The Only Real Magic -- The Magic Of Knowledge"