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Adventures of Superman, TV Series, 1952-1958 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Las aventuras de Superman (Argentina)
  • Superman (France)

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antp BE

2006-09-24 20:51

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Pictures of the Nash of the series: http://www.arcticboy.com/Pages/superman.html

Kevin8or US

2008-01-01 17:05

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My dad just sold one of these. A truly unique convertible.

tv boy US

2012-04-30 05:12

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[Image: superop1.jpg][Image: superop8.jpg]

tv boy US

2012-05-07 17:54

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BTW this show was filmed on the old RKO Forty Acres lot. So if the scenery looks familiar, it's because Metropolis...was later, Mayberry, from "The Andy Griffith Show."

Metropolis on left, Mayberry on right:

[Image: 1super8e.jpg][Image: i223992.jpg]

tv boy US

2012-05-08 02:48

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Completed Season 1 and the first 6 episodes of Season 2.

vilero ES

2012-05-08 10:44

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Related tag on the site /movie_427969-Hollywoodland.html

sixcyl FR

2012-05-08 20:18

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Nice pics! :king:

SN95 US

2012-05-09 07:04

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The New York Times profiled a Nash Ambassador and the man who was inspired to buy it by this TV series in "That Mild-Mannered Car of Steel" (March 5, 2010):
Link to "www.nytimes.com"

Its features include a front seat that folds down for a bed and a radio behind a sliding door. The enclosed front wheels, as you might expect, made u-turns difficult.

tv boy US

2012-05-09 13:11

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Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard) had "Nash seats" (a/k/a "makeout seats) installed in his '53 Ford on "Happy Days," to great comic effect.

[Image: 225ex09587.jpg]

/vehicle_156470-Ford-Crestline-Sunliner-76B-1953.html

tv boy US

2012-06-15 15:07

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Completed: Seasons 2, 3, 4.

jettalover US

2012-06-16 02:55

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What was the justification for enclosed front wheels?

tv boy US

2012-06-16 18:22

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Did they even have a specific justification, other than "It's our thing, it makes us unique"?

sixcyl FR

2012-06-17 11:28

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Any more aircraft pictures for IMPDb guys?

ingo DE

2012-06-17 11:37

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sixcyl wrote Any more aircraft pictures for IMPDb guys?

Why? Superman can fly by himself.

sixcyl FR

2012-06-17 11:42

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he can, certainly... but he is not alone and the others have no other solution for fying to use planes ;)

tv boy US

2012-06-17 18:02

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It's either a trip he has to make as Clark Kent, or a bad guy getaway, or a plane Superman has to rescue. There were a few planes, this show could've been even subtitled "the Wonderful World of Planes."

1.05:[Image: 1super5a.1.jpg][Image: 1super5b.jpg]1.08:[Image: 1super8v.jpg]

1.14:[Image: 1super14f.1.jpg][Image: 1super14j.jpg][Image: 1super14k.jpg]

2.04:[Image: 2super4a.jpg]4.11:[Image: 4super11a.jpg][Image: 4super11c.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2013-04-01 05:56:01

SN95 US

2012-07-18 19:22

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Enclosed front wheels made the Nash more aerodyamic. The trade-off, of course, would have been in turning radius.

tv boy US

2013-04-19 04:22

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Happy 75th birthday to the Man of Steel! To celebrate, I've just added the cars from Seasons 5 & 6, and this finishes the series.

[Image: 6super2c.jpg]

tv boy US

2013-04-19 04:38

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For the aircraft guys:

5.04:[Image: 5super4b.jpg][Image: 5super4c.jpg]6.12:[Image: 6super12h.jpg]

sixcyl FR

2013-04-21 10:39

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Aircraft at:
impdb.org/index.php?title=Adventures_of_Superman_(1952_TV_Series)

-- Last edit: 2013-04-21 15:03:18 (Sandie)

sixcyl FR

2013-04-21 10:41

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There's a pb with the link that I can't fix :/

tv boy US

2013-04-23 19:53

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Link seems to be working OK now.

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