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Superman (1978)

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Mild-mannered Clark Kent works as a reporter at the Daily Planet alongside his crush, Lois Lane. Clark must summon his superhero alter-ego when the nefarious Lex Luthor launches a plan to take over the world.

Director: Richard Donner
Writers: Mario Puzo, Leslie Newman, Robert Benton, David Newman.

Release Date: 1978-12-13
Status: Released
Run time: 143 min / 2:23
Budget: $55,000,000
Revenue: $300,218,018
Production Companies : Dovemead Films, Film Export A.G., Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1978-12-13
Status: Released
Run time: 143 min / 2:23
Budget: $55,000,000
Revenue: $300,218,018

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Christopher Reeve
as Superman / Clark Kent
Marlon Brando
as Jor-El
Margot Kidder
as Lois Lane
Gene Hackman
as Lex Luthor
Ned Beatty
as Otis
Jackie Cooper
as Perry White
Glenn Ford
as Pa Kent
Trevor Howard
as 1st Elder
Jack O'Halloran
as Non
Valerie Perrine
as Eve Teschmacher
Maria Schell
as Vond-Ah
Terence Stamp
as General Zod
Phyllis Thaxter
as Ma Kent
Susannah York
as Lara
Jeff East
as Young Clark Kent
Marc McClure
as Jimmy Olsen
Sarah Douglas
as Ursa
Harry Andrews
as 2nd Elder
Vass Anderson
as 3rd Elder
John Hollis
as 4th Elder
James Garbutt
as 5th Elder
Michael Gover
as 6th Elder
David Neal
as 7th Elder
Penelope Lee
as 9th Elder
John Stuart
as 10th Elder
Alan Cullen
as 11th Elder
Lee Quigley
as Baby Kal-El
Aaron Smolinski
as Baby Clark Kent
Diane Sherry Case
as Lana Lang
Jeff Atcheson
as Coach
Brad Flock
as Football Player
David Petrou
as Team Manager
Billy J. Mitchell
as 1st Editor
Robert Henderson
as 2nd Editor
Larry Lamb
as 1st Reporter
James Brockington
as 2nd Reporter
John Cassady
as 3rd Reporter
John F. Parker
as 4th Reporter
Harry Scott
as 5th Reporter
Ray Evans
as 6th Reporter
Su Shifrin
as 7th Reporter
Miquel Brown
as 8th Reporter
Vincent Marzello
as 1st Copy Boy
Benjamin Feitelson
as 2nd Copy Boy
Lise Hilboldt
as 1st Secretary
Leueen Willoughby
as 2nd Secretary
Jill Ingham
as Perry's Secretary
Pieter Stuyck
as Window Cleaner
Rex Reed
as Rex Reed
Weston Gavin
as Mugger
Steve Kahan
as Officer 1
Ray Hassett
as Officer 2
Randy Jurgensen
as Officer 3
Matt Russo
as News Vendor
Colin Skeaping
as Pilot
Bo Rucker
as Pimp
Paul Avery
as TV Cameraman
David Baxt
as Burglar
George Harris II
as Patrolman Mooney
Michael Harrigan
as 1st Hood
John Cording
as 2nd Hood
Raymond Thompson
as 3rd Hood
Oz Clarke
as 4th Hood
Rex Everhart
as Desk Sergeant
Jayne Tottman
as Little Girl
Frank Lazarus
as Air Force One Pilot
Brian Protheroe
as Co Pilot
Lawrence Trimble
as 1st Crewman
Robert Whelan
as 2nd Crewman
David Calder
as 3rd Crewman
Norwich Duff
as Newscaster
Keith Alexander
as Newscaster
Michael Ensign
as Newscaster
Larry Hagman
as Major
Paul Tuerpe
as Sgt. Hayley
Graham McPherson
as Lieutenant
David Yorston
as Petty Officer
Robert O'Neill
as Admiral
Robert MacLeod
as General
John Ratzenberger
as 1st Controller
Alan Tilvern
as 2nd Controller
Phil Brown
as State Senator
Bill Bailey
as 2nd Senator
Burnell Tucker
as Agent
Chief Tug Smith
as Indian Chief
Norman Warwick
as Superchief Driver
Chuck Julian
as Assistant
Colin Etherington
as Power Co. Driver
Mark Wynter
as Mate
Roy Stevens
as Warden
William Russell
as 8th Elder
Noel Neill
as Ella Lane (uncredited)
Kirk Alyn
as Sam Lane (uncredited)
Edward Finneran
as special football player (contest winner) (uncredited)


Directing Richard Donner Director
Production Ilya Salkind Executive Producer
Production Pierre Spengler Producer
Writing Joe Shuster Characters
Writing Jerry Siegel Characters
Writing Mario Puzo Story
Writing Mario Puzo Screenplay
Writing Leslie Newman Screenplay
Writing Robert Benton Screenplay
Crew Robert Lynn Second Unit
Writing David Newman Screenplay
Writing Tom Mankiewicz Writer
Production Charles F. Greenlaw Associate Producer
Camera Geoffrey Unsworth Director of Photography
Editing Stuart Baird Editor
Editing Michael Ellis Editor
Production Lynn Stalmaster Casting
Art John Barry Production Design
Sound John Williams Original Music Composer
Art Ernest Archer Art Direction
Art Philip Bennet Art Direction
Art Stuart Craig Art Direction
Art Leslie Dilley Art Direction
Art Norman Dorme Art Direction
Art Tony Reading Art Direction
Art Norman Reynolds Art Direction
Art Peter Howitt Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Yvonne Blake Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Jamie Brown Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Sylvia Croft Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Iloe Elliott Hairdresser
Costume & Make-Up Graham Freeborn Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Kay Freeborn Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Stuart Freeborn Makeup Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Darby Halpin Hairdresser
Costume & Make-Up Cathy Kevany Hairdresser
Costume & Make-Up Louis Lane Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Nick Maley Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Patricia McDermott Hairdresser
Costume & Make-Up Basil Newall Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Connie Reeve Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Phil Rhodes Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Stella Rivers Hairdresser
Costume & Make-Up Joan White Hairdresser
Production Robert Simmonds Production Supervisor
Production Dusty Symonds Production Manager
Art Steve Cooper Set Designer
Costume & Make-Up Betty Adamson Wardrobe Supervisor
Visual Effects Denis Rich Visual Effects Designer
Visual Effects Colin Chilvers Special Effects Supervisor
Sound Norman Bolland Sound Mixer
Sound Roy Charman Sound Mixer
Sound Chris Greenham Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Gordon K. McCallum Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Peter Pennell Sound Effects Editor

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