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The Superman of my childhood, and my favorite show in those days. That head is perhaps not quite as jowly as Reeves was, but it most certainly looks the part on the figure! His strange, somewhat reserved demeanor and expressions (even the odd smile, as if feigned) totally convinced me he was an alien. He had an absolute dedication to saving us, but was somewhat like the predecessor to Mr. Spock, in how he engaged earthmen.

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The Superman of my childhood, and my favorite show in those days. That head is perhaps not quite as jowly as Reeves was, but it most certainly looks the part on the figure! His strange, somewhat reserved demeanor and expressions (even the odd smile, as if feigned) totally convinced me he was an alien. He had an absolute dedication to saving us, but was somewhat like the predecessor to Mr. Spock, in how he engaged earthmen.

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The Superman of my childhood, and my favorite show in those days. That head is perhaps not quite as jowly as Reeves was, but it most certainly looks the part on the figure! His strange, somewhat reserved demeanor and expressions (even the odd smile, as if feigned) totally convinced me he was an alien. He had an absolute dedication to saving us, but was somewhat like the predecessor to Mr. Spock, in how he engaged earthmen.

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Great point about Reeves' Superman.
 

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Wonderfully done. The black & white photo really took me back. Like PD I remember George Reeves as my first Superman. I had an aunt who baby-sat me quite a lot when I was around 5 yrs old and the Reeves-Superman reruns were still on in the afternoons.
 
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