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Superman The Movies

Production Timeline







Timeline researched and created by ALEX SERPA

from official materials and sources.

*denotes verified by Superman The Movie, Superman II, Superman III

and Santa Claus The Movie producer Pierre Spengler.







1974

--------------------------

April/May, 1974

*Ilya Salkind approaches his father Alexander Salkind and Pierre Spengler about making Superman.





August/September, 1974

*First meeting in Evian, France between Bernie Kashdan, a representative of NPP (DC Comics),

and Alexander and Ilya Salkind and Pierre Spengler.





November, 1974

*Monday, 25th- After spending 10 weeks in negotiation with NPP (DC Comics), an agreement is

signed for acquisition of the character rights.














1975

--------------------------

March, 1975

* Mario Puzo signs on to write 'Superman' and 'Superman 2'.





June, 1975

Production start date of November, 1975 in Rome, Italy is announced.





July, 1975

Tuesday, 8th- Mario Puzo turns in his first draft of the screenplay.





September, 1975

*Casting begins.


*Guy Hamilton signs on as director.





October, 1975

Mario Puzo turns in second draft of the script and leaves the project.





November/December, 1975

*Robert Benton and David and Leslie Newman sign on to rewrite Puzo's script.














1976

--------------------------

January, 1976

*Production begins in Rome, Italy.





February, 1976

Sunday, 29th- The production takes out a full page ad in Variety saying:

"Happy Birthday, Superman. Sorry we couldn't be with you".


*Special FX team starts work at Bray Studios in London, England.


Laser show at Battery Park, New York announcing "Coming Soon- Superman The Movie".





June/July, 1976

Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman sign on to play Jorl- El and Lex Luthor.





August, 1976

Tuesday, 24th- Richard Donner receives a copy of the script for 'Superman' and 'Superman 2'.





September, 1976

*Bruce Jenner auditions for Superman in Rome, Italy.





October, 1976

The production shifts from Italy to Shepperton and Pinewood Studios in England.


*Director Guy Hamilton drops out of the director role due to tax reasons.





November, 1976

*Richard Donner signs on to direct 'Superman' and 'Superman 2' simultaneously.


*Tom Mankiewicz signs on as 'creative consultant' and to do rewrites to the script.


*John Barry replaces the existing production designer.





December, 1976

March, 1977 start date is announced.














1977

--------------------------

January, 1977

Thursday, 20th- Don Voyne, dentist to Ilya Salkind's wife, is screen tested for the role of Superman.


The special fx team tests a full size flying Superman dummy propelled from a cannon.





February, 1977

Tuesday, 1st- Christopher Reeve screentests in England.


Saturday, 23rd- Press conference at Sardi's in Manhattan announcing Christopher Reeve in the role.





March, 1977

Thursday, 10th- Anne Archer screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Thursday, 17th- Rohan McGulloh screen tests for the role of Ursa.


Tuesday, 22nd- Lesley Ann Warren screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Monday, 28th, 8:00am- Marlon Brando arrives on the Shepperton Studios lot.


Monday, 28th, 9:00am- Marlon Brando arrives on the set.


Monday, 28th, 9:30am- Principal photography begins on 'Superman' and 'Superman II'.


Tuesday, 29th- Filming the laboratory scenes on 'A' stage at Shepperton Studios.





April, 1977

Saturday, 2nd- Susan Blakely screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Tuesday, 5th- Christopher Reeve's first day of filming involves scenes with Marlon Brando for

'Superman II' on 'G' stage at Shepperton Studios.


Filming the Krypton council chamber scenes.


Filming the trial of the villains.


Wednesday, 13th- Marlon Brando's last day of filming involves re-shoots of his voice overs to

Superman for 'Superman' and 'Superman II'.


Filming the destruction of Krypton on H stage at Shepperton Studios.


Saturday, 16th- Debra Raffin screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Sunday, 24th- Margot Kidder screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Saturday, 30th- Stockard Channing screen tests for the role of Lois Lane.


Jack Klugman accepts the role of Perry White. Klugman then rejects it.


Eddie Albert accepts the role of Perry White. He too then rejects it.


Kennan Wynn accepts the role of Perry White.


Daily Planet set begins construction on 'E' stage at Pinewood Studios.





May, 1977

Margot Kidder signs on to play Lois Lane.


Thursday 5th- Margot Kidder goes through makeup and wardrobe tests on H stage at Shepperton Studios.


Friday, 6th- The special fx team test various ways of showing Superman depowering for 'Superman II'.


Christopher Reeve films his Fortress of Solitude interior scenes for 'Superman' and 'Superman II'

on 'H' stage at Shepperton.


Thursday, 12th- Flying tests on the Fortress of Solitude set on H stage at Shepperton Studios.


Gene Hackman and Valerie Perrine film their Fortress of Solitude interior scenes for 'Superman II'.


Jeff East films his Fortress of Solitude interios scenes


Filming the Fortress of Solitude interior scenes for 'Superman II'.


Mario Puzo visits the Fortress of Solitude set.


Production falls almost two weeks behind schedule.


Location work on 'Superman II' set for Washington D.C. is shelved indefinitely.


Richard Donner, Tom Mankiewicz and Pierre Spengler and Timothy Burrill conduct cast interviews in Los Angeles then scout locations in Canada and New York.





June, 1977

Production moves to Pinewood Studios.


Keenan Wynn arrives to play Perry White, collapses during make up and wardrobe

tests and is diagnosed with extreme exhaustion after being rushed to the hospital.


Filming on the Daily Planet set on 'E' stage at Pinewood Studios for 'Superman' and 'Superman II'.


Jackie Cooper replaces Keenan Wynn as Perry White.


Flming the White House scenes for 'Superman II'.


E.G. Marshall spends 3 days filming his scenes for 'Superman II'.


Moon set for 'Superman II' begins construction at Pinewood Studios.


Richard Lester arrives as uncredited "producer".


Construction on the Fortress of Solitude exteriors begin at the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios.





July, 1977

2nd, 3rd and 4th- Production leaves England for New York location filming.


Thursday, 7th- Filming the Daily Planet exteriors and lobby at the New York Daily News.


Filming the night time Daily Planet exteriors at the New York Daily News.


Filming the mugger street scenes.


Ned Beatty steps into the role of Otis when Peter Boyle drops out after asking for more money.


Ned Beatty films his street scenes, at Grand Central Station and track 41.


Ellen Bry doubles as Lois Lane falling onto a fruit cart in scenes for 'Superman II'.


Wednesday, 13th, 9:38 pm- New York City blacks out due to a lightning strike.

Fortunately, the production has its own generator and filming continues.


Filming the robber's chase and their boat escape at Fulton Market.


Filming the robber's boat on Wall Street.


Filming the burglar at 9 West 57th. Street's Solow Building.


Mario Puzo visits the Solow Building location.


Filming the Daily Planet rooftop helicopter departure at 111 Wall Street.


Production spends 3 days filming the cat in the tree sequence in Brooklyn Heights.


Tim Hussey and Ed Finneran win the 'You Could Be In The Superman Movie' contest.





August, 1977

Location filming in Niagara Falls for 'Superman II' is postponed.


Richard Lester makes the decision to halt all production on 'Superman II' that does not include

Gene Hackman and Valerie Perrine be halted until all scenes in 'Superman The movie' are

completed. The only scenes from 'Superman II' filmed by Richard Donner that do not include

Hackman or Perrine that are finished are the diner, moon, several scenes of the Metropolis battle

and special fx work for the freeing of the villains original 'Superman The Movie' cliffhanger ending.


Glenn Ford, Phyllis Thaxter and Aaron Smolinski film the Smallville scenes in Canada.


Glenn Ford, Phyllis Thaxter and Jeff East film the Smallville scenes in Canada.


Gene Hackman, Valerie Perrine and Ned Beatty film the missile hijack sequences in Canada.


Noel Neill and Kirk Alyn film their scenes aboard the Canadian Pacific train.





September, 1977

Valerie Perrine and Gene Hackman film the balloon scenes for 'Superman II' on 'E' stage at Pinewood Studios.


Filming on the Lex Luthor's lair set at Pinewood Studios, England.


Monday, 11th- Filming in the map room on the Lex Luthor Lair set.





October, 1977

Filming the prison scenes for 'Superman' and 'Superman II'.


Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman, Valerie Perrine, Terence Stamp,

Sarah Douglas, Jack O'Halloran film the Fortress of Solitude exteriors scenes

for 'Superman The Movie' and 'Superman II' on the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios.


Jeff East films his Fortress of Solitude exteriors on the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios.


Filming the moon scenes for 'Superman II' at Pinewood Studios.


Filming the Don's Diner scenes for 'Superman II'.


Filming scenes for 'Superman II' stop until 'Superman The Movie' completes.


Filming the full size helicopter crash and rescue on the Pinewood Studios backlot.


Filming the Golden Gate miniature on the Pinewood backlot is postponed due to bad weather.


30-mins. reel of the film is viewed by Warner Bros executives in theatre 7 at Pinewood Studios.


Filming the balcony scenes for 'Superman' and 'Superman II' on stage 'M' at Pinewood Studios.


Friday, 28th- End of production reception.





November, 1977

Filming the balcony scenes for 'Superman' and 'Superman II' on stage 'M' at Pinewood Studios. continues.


Model unit 1 works films the Golden Gate miniature on the Pinewood Studios backlot.


Model unit 2 films the Earth revolving.


Filming the Krypton miniatures on stage 'F' at Pinewood Studios.


Filming the boat cabin scenes for the bank robbers sequence on stage 'A' at Pinewood Studios.





December, 1977

Richard Donner screens a three reel break-down of a first rough assemblage of the film.


Production halted on main unit for three weeks for the Christmas holidays.

Monday, 26th- Cast and crew returns to the set after Christmas vacation.














1978

--------------------------

Early 1978

Uncredited 'Superman The Movie' "producer" Richard Lester makes the decision to move the

turning back time ending from the end of 'Superman II' to the finale of 'Superman The Movie',

with a new ending for 'Superman II' to be written once shooting on the sequel resumed.





January, 1978

Filming the XK-101 rocket chase scenes.


Stuntman Paul Weston's wires snap sending him falling 40 feet to the ground with minor injuries.


Metal worker Terry Hill is killed after a mock up Air Force One wing collapses on him.


The teaser trailer is released to U.S. theatres.


Friday, 27th- Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder film the Can You Read My Mind sequence.





February, 1978

Tuesday, 28th- Filming the spaceship rocket miniature melting.


Filming on the helicopter sequence continues on the Pinewood backlot.


Filming Lois Lane's car falling inside the earthquake crack on stage 'C' at Pinewood Studios.


Model unit 2 films the atomic explosion cloud.





March, 1978

Warner Bros. advances Alexander Salkind money against his royalties.


Wednesday, 22nd- The special FX team films "damn" tests on the Hoover Dam full scale section

built on the Pinewood Studios backlot in England used to rescue Marc McClure as Jimmy Olsen.


Wednesday, 15th- Original date for the final print of the film.


Filming the underground San Andreas Fault scenes on stage 'C' at Pinewood Studios.


Filming the Hoover Dam model.





April, 1978

Saturday, 15th- Original date for the "answer print" of the film.


Warner Bros. executives view an almost four hour screening of the latest film assemblage at Pinewood Studios.





May, 1978

Reshoots and flying work.





June, 1978

Friday,16th- The original theatrical release date before it's moved up to December 15th.


Filming of the desert scenes in Gallup, New Mexico and Hoover Dam, Nevada, U.S.A.


Flying and Matte work with the Stunt team.


Filming the Concorde sequence for 'Superman The Movie' (deleted from the film)

The scene would be used for the extended tv version of 'Superman II'.


Filming the Air Force One wing.





July, 1978

John Williams begins recording the score.


Post-production begins as flying and special fx filming continues.


Friday, 28th- Filming Zoptic scenes of Christopher Reve as Superman chasing the rocket.





September, 1978

Sunday, 24th- Filming Zoptic scenes of Christopher Reeve as Superman taking off to turn back time.





October, 1978

Saturday, 28th- Cinematographer Geoffrey Unsworth dies at age 64. The film is dedicated to him.





December, 1978

Sunday, 10th- Washington D.C. Special Olympics premiere at The Kennedy Center.

Tickets:

$1,000- Party at the home of Sargeant Shriver, Japanese embassy reception and

dinner at the Kennedy Center screening.

$500- Party at the home of Sargeant Shriver and dinner at the Kennedy Center screening.

$125- Dinner at the Kennedy Center screening.


Monday, 11th- New York premiere.


Wednesdays, 13th- London Royal Premiere.


Thursday, 14th- Hollywood premiere at Mann's Chinese Theatre.


15th- 'Superman- The Movie' opens in over 700 U.S. theatres.














1979

--------------------------

April, 1979

Monday, 9th- The Academy Awards.

'Superman The Movie'

-Win-

Special Achievement in Visual Effects:

Les Bowie, Colin Chilvers, Denys Coop, Derek Meddings and Zoran Perisic

-Nominations-

Editing:

Stuart Baird

Original Score:

John Williams

Sound:

Gordon K. McCallum, Graham Hartstone, Nicholas Le Messurier and Roy Charman





June, 1979

'Superman The Movie' is released on home video in a condensed 127-min version.





August, 1979

Saturday, 25th- Principal photography on 'Superman II' resumes under director Richard Lester.





September, 1979

Filming of the Niagara Falls sequences for 'Superman II'.














1980

--------------------------

February, 1980

Friday, 22nd- Christopher Reeve films Superman flying the flag to the White House scene for 'Superman II'.





March, 1980

Monday, 10th- Principal photography wraps on 'Superman II' under Richard Lester's direction.


ABC airs the 60 minute documentary 'The Making of Superman The Movie'.





October, 1980

HBO premieres the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.





December, 1980

Thursday, 4th- 'Superman II' is released in Australia and South Africa.














1981

--------------------------

April, 1981

Thursday, 9th- 'Superman II' Royal Premiere in London, England.


Sunday, 12th- 'Superman II' opens in the rest of the U.K.





June, 1981

*Monday, 1st- 'Superman II' Special Olympics premiere at George Bush's

vice presidential residence in Washington D.C.

Tickets:

$250- Screening and sit-down champagne supper.

$75- Screening and buffet supper


Friday, 19th- 'Superman II' is released in the U.S. theaters.














1982

--------------------------

February, 1982

Sunday, 7th, 8-10 pm- ABC airs part 1 of 'Superman The Movie' in an extended 2 night format.


Monday, 8th, 8-10 pm- ABC airs part 2 of 'Superman The Movie' in an extended 2 night format.





June, 1982

Principal photography begins on 'Superman III' under Richard Lester's direction.





August, 1982

Filming of the on location Smallville and Metropolis scenes for Superman 'III' in Canada.


ABC airs 'The Making of Superman II'.





November, 1982

Sunday, 14th, 8-11:45 pm: ABC re-airs 'Superman The Movie' in an extended one night format.


The theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie' is released on home video.





December, 1982

Tuesday, 21st- Helen is cast as Supergirl.














1983

--------------------------

January, 1983

HBO, Showtime and other cable and satellite premium channels air the theatrical version of 'Superman II'.





April, 1983

Monday, 18th- Principal photography begins on 'Supergirl'.





June, 1983

Tuesday, 14th- 'Superman III' New York premiere benefitting the Museum of Modern art.


*'Superman III' Washington D.C. Premiere to benefit the Special Olympics with the post premiere

party at the White House with President Ronald Reagan in attendance.


Friday, 17th- 'Superman III' opens in U.S. theaters.





July, 1983

Tuesday, 19th- 'Superman III' opens in London.


Thursday 21st- 'Superman III' opens in the rest of the U.K.


Wednesday, 23rd- Showtime airs the theatrical version of 'Superman II'.





August, 1983

Monday, 1st- 'Superman III' opens in Spain.


    Thursday, 11th- Principal photography wraps on 'Supergirl'.














1984

--------------------------

February, 1984

Monday, 20th- ABC premieres 'Superman II' in an extended format.





April, 1984

HBO and Cinemax premiere the theatrical version of 'Superman III'.





November, 1984

Wednesday, 21st- 'Supergirl' opens in U.S. theaters.





December, 1984

Sunday, 23rd 8-11:45 pm- ABC re-airs 'Superman The Movie' in an extended one night format.














1985

--------------------------

April, 1985

Sunday, 7th, 7-8 pm- ABC airs the 60 minute documentary 'Supergirl The Making of The Movie'.


Sunday, 7th, 8-11 pm- ABC re-airs 'Superman II' in an extended format.





May, 1985

Thursday, 30th- 'Supergirl' is released on home video.





August, 1985

Sunday, 18th, 8-11 pm- ABC airs an edited version of the theatrical cut of 'Superman The Movie'.





September, 1985

Thursday, 5th- ITV (UK) premieres 'Superman III' in an extended format.





November, 1985

Sunday, 3rd, 7-8:46 pm- Cinemax premieres the U.S. theatrical version of 'Supergirl'. It would also

air exclusively on HBO and Cinemax throughout the months to follow.


Wednesday, 27th- 'Santa Claus The Movie' opens in U.S. theaters.





December, 1985

Sunday, 29th, 8-11 pm- ABC premieres 'Superman III' in an extended format.





November/December, 1985

Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, owners of Cannon Group, meet with Christopher Reeve to

discuss a possible fourth Superman film.














1986

--------------------------

January, 1986

Wednesday, 21st, 9-11:24 pm- The Movie Channel airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.





April, 1986

Sunday, 20th, 8-11 pm- ABC re-airs 'Superman III' in an extended format.





August, 1986

'Superman IV' begins production in England.





Autumn, 1986

The theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie' is released on home video digitally resmastered.





October, 1986

Thursday, 16th- Promotional photo shoot with Mariel Hemingway for 'Superman IV'.


Thursday- Friday, 16th- 17th- Filming Nuclear Man 2's first arrival sequence for 'Superman IV'

on stage 6 at Elstree Studios.


Tuesday, 21st- Filming firing investors and the Lenny returns with Nuclear Man 1's ashes sequences for

'Superman IV' on stage 6 at Elstree Studios.


Wednesday - Friday, 22nd- 24th- Filming the Lex, Nuclear Man 2 and Superman balcony sequence for

'Superman IV' on stage 6 at Elstree Studios.





November, 1986

Filming the moon scenes for 'Superman IV' at Elstree Studios.


Wednesday-Friday, 19th-21st- Filming the double date sequences for 'Superman IV' on stage 6 at Elstree Studios.


Friday, 21st- Filming the Jeremy press conference and Nuclear Man 2 and Superman hotel lobby sequences for

'Superman IV'.


Monday- Wednesday, 24th-26th- Filming the interior Metro Club sequences at he Hippodrome for 'Superman IV'.





December, 1986

Wednesday, 10th- Filming the Nuclear Man 2 and Superman Metropolis street battle for 'Superman IV'.














1987

--------------------------

February, 1987

Friday, 27th, 9-11 pm- ABC airs 'Supergirl' in an extended and edited format.





July, 1987

Friday, 24th- 'Superman IV The Quest For Peace' opens in U.S. theaters.





November, 1987

Wednesday, 25th- Superman IV The Quest For Peace' is released on home video.














1988

--------------------------

April, 1988

Sunday, 3rd, 8-11 pm: ABC re-airs 'Superman II' in an extended format.





December, 1988

Saturday, 31st, 8-11 pm- ABC re-airs 'Superman III' in an extended format.














1989

--------------------------

July, 1989

Saturday, 1st, 9-11 pm- ABC re-airs 'Supergirl' in an extended and edited format.





November, 1989

Friday, 17th, 7:30-10:30 pm- KTLA TV airs 'Superman III' in an extended format.


Thursday, 23rd 8:30-11 pm- CBS airs the theatrical version of 'Superman II'.














1990

--------------------------

The theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie' is released in widescreen on laser disc.














1992

--------------------------

May, 1992

Monday, 14th, 7-10 pm- WPIX New York airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.


Tuesday, 15th, 7:30-10:30- WPIX airs 'Superman III' in an extended format.


Wednesday, 16th, 8-10 pm- WPIX airs the international cut of 'Superman IV The Quest For Peace'.














1994

--------------------------

May, 1994

KCOP airs the extended 3 hours, 8 minutes version of 'Superman The Movie'.





July, 1994

Saturday, 27th, 9:30-11:30, 12-2 am- WJLA airs the extended 3 hours, 8 minutes version of 'Superman The Movie'.





November, 1994

Sunday, 4th, 2-5 pm- KCOP L.A. airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.














1994

--------------------------

'Superman II' and 'Superman III' are released in widescreen on laser disc.














1998

--------------------------

August, 1998

Tuesday, 11th- The international 2 hours, 4 mins. version of 'Supergirl' is released on VHS.














2000

--------------------------

February, 2000

Tuesday, 15th- Rhino releases an expanded soundtrack CD to 'Superman The Movie'.





August, 2000

Friday, 8th- Anchor Bay releases a 2-dics DVD set of 'Supergirl'.














2001

--------------------------

March, 2001

Screening in Texas of the newly restored and expanded 2 hours, 32 minutes 'Superman The Movie'.





April, 2001

Saturday, 21st, 8-10:32 pm- TCM airs the newly restored and expanded 2 hours, 32 minutes

version of 'Superman The Movie' in widescreen.





May, 2001

Tuesday, 1st- All four films are released on DVD with a restored and expanded 'Superman The Movie'.














2006

--------------------------

November, 2006

Tuesday, 28th- Superman- The Ultimate Collection DVD box set is released.














2007

--------------------------

May, 2007

Thursday, 10th, 8-11 pm -ABC Family airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.





June, 2007

Saturday, 16th, 6-9 pm- ION TV airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.


Sunday, 17th- UK. channel 5 airs the theatrical version of 'Superman II'.





November, 2007

Friday, 23rd- TV LAND airs the theatrical version of 'Superman The Movie'.


Saturday, 24th- TV LAND airs the theatrical version of 'Superman II'.


Saturday, 25th- TV LAND airs the theatrical versions of 'Superman The Movie' and 'Superman II'.














2008

--------------------------

February, 2008

'Superman The Music (1978-1988)' CD box set is released by Film Score Monthly.














2011

--------------------------

June, 2011

Tuesday, 7th- 'The Superman Motion Picture Anthology' blu ray box set is released.














2014

January, 2014

Saturday, 4th- 8:55-11:30 pm- Dutch TV station Veronica airs 'Superman II- The Richard Donner Cut.














BIRTHDAYS





January

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January 9th, 1941

Susannah York- "Lara"

D: January 15, 2011


January 14th, 1941

Faye Dunaway- "Selena"


January 19th, 1932

Richard Lester- Director (Superman II and Superman III)


January 30th, 1930

Gene Hackman- "Lex Luthor"














February

--------------------------

February 4th, 1937

David Newman- Screenwriter (Superman The Movie, Superman II and Superman III)

D: June 27, 2003


February 9th, 1945

Mia Farrow- "Alura"


February 28th, 1933

Sidney J. Furie- Director (Superman IV The Quest for Peace)














March

--------------------------

March 31st, 1957

Marc McClure- "Jimmy Olsen"














April

--------------------------

April 1st, 1924

Marlon Brando- "Jor-El"

D: July 1, 2004


April 1st, 1954

Annette O'Toole- "Lana Lang"


April 8th, 1943

Jack O'Halloran- "Non"


April 14th, 1959

Mark Pillow- "Nuclear Man 2"


April 16th, 1965

Jon Cryer- "Lenny Luthor"


April 24th, 1930

Richard Donner- Director (Superman The Movie and Superman II The Richard Donner Cut)


April 29th, 1954

Gavan O'Herlihy- "Brad Wilson"














May

--------------------------

May 1st, 1916

Glenn Ford- "Jonathan 'Pa' Kent"

D: August 30, 2006


May 29th, 1921

Clifton James- "Sheriff" (Superman II)


May 31st, 1929

Menahem Golan- Producer (Superman IV The Quest for Peace)














June

--------------------------

June 1st, 1942

Tom Mankiewicz- Creative Consultant (Superman The Movie and Superman II)

D: July 31, 2010


June 2nd, 1921

Alexander Salkind- Producer (Superman The Movie, Superman II, Superman III and Supergirl)

D: March 8, 1997


June 3rd, 1957

Clive Mantle- "Nuclear Man 1"


June 5th

Pierre Spengler- Producer (Superman The Movie, Superman II and Superman III)


June 14th, 1919

Sam Wanamaker- "David Warfield"

D: December 18, 1993


June 18th, 1914

E.G. Marshall- "The President" (Superman II)

D: August 24, 1998














July

--------------------------

July 6th, 1947

Ned Beatty- "Otis"


July 22nd, 1939

Terence Stamp- "General Zod"


July 25th, 1930

Annie Ross- "Vera Webster"


July 27th, 1947

Ilya Salkind- Executive Producer (Superman The Movie, Superman II, Superman III and Supergirl)














August

--------------------------

August 2nd, 1932

Peter O'Toole- "Zaltar"

D: December 14, 2013


August 13th, 1976

Lee Quigley- "Baby Kal El" (Superman The Movie)

D: March 10, 1991














September

--------------------------

September 3rd, 1943

Valerie Perrine- "Eve Teschmacher"


September 15th, 1922

Jackie Cooper- "Perry White"

D: May 3, 2011


September 25th, 1952

Christopher Reeve- "Superman/Clark Kent/Kal-El"

D: October 10, 2004


September 29th, 1913

Trevor Howard- "1st. Elder" (Superman The Movie)

D: January 7, 1988














October

--------------------------

October 3rd, 1956

Hart Bochner- "Ethan"


October 15th, 1920

Mario Puzo- Story and Screenwriter (Superman The Movie and Superman II)

D: July 2, 1999


October 16th, 1941

Simon Ward- "Zor-El"

D: July 20, 2012


October 17th, 1948

Margot Kidder- "Lois Lane"


October 27th, 1957

Jeff East- "Young Clark Kent"














November

--------------------------

November 17th, 1937

Peter Cook- "Nigel"

D: January 9, 1995


November 18th, 1939

Brenda Vaccaro- "Bianca"


November 20th, 1921

Phillys Thaxter- "Martha 'Ma' Clark Kent"

D: August 14, 2012


November 22nd, 1932

Robert Vaughn- "Ross Webster"


November 22nd, 1961

Mariel Hemingway- "Lacy Warfield"














December

--------------------------

December 1st, 1940

Richard Pryor- "Gus Gorman"

D: December 10, 2005


December 4th, 1949

Pamela Stephenson- "Lorelei Ambrosia"


December 12th, 1952

Sarah Douglas- "Ursa"


December 15th, 1963

Helen Slater- "Supergirl/Linda Lee/Kara"








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This site is dedicated to

Alexander and Ilya Salkind & Pierre Spengler...

for envisioning the dream...


...WARNER BROS...

for believing in the dream...


Richard Donner, Richard Lester, Sidney J. Furie and Jeannot Szwarc...

for bringing the dream to life...


...Bryan Singer and Zack Snyder...

for continuing the dream...


...the cast and crew of all the Superman media...

without you the dream would be empty...


...and to Christopher and Dana Reeve...

for making us believe beyond the dream