Superman

Superman stops Lex Luthor's plan to send the west coast into the sea by repairing the San Andreas fault, he also puts the Golden Gate bridge back together and stops a town near the Hoover Dam from being destroyed. But Lois Lane gets buried alive by rocks and sand and dies. Superman finds her, goes around the Earth, and ends up going into the past before she was buried. Superman then picks up Lex Luthor and Otis and takes them to the state penitentary. The movie ends with him flying into space with John Williams' brilliant main title playing. [To Credits]

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Superman: I'm here to fight for truth, justice and the American way.

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Trivia: Jeff East, who plays teenage Clark Kent, was dubbed over with Christopher Reeves' voice. The only time Jeff's actual voice is heard is when he shouts in excitement after jumping past the speeding train.

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Question: Why, in the 3 hour TV version of the movie, does Luthor waste time on that elaborate trap if he already knows, from reading Lois' interview, that bullets, fire, and cold won't stop Superman?

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Answer: He wanted to see for himself if the stories were true. Some reporters tend to exaggerate the facts and if he had any other weaknesses. He couldn't be sure the kryptonite would work.

While I don't exactly disagree that Lex wanted to see for himself how invincible Superman is, I don't think that's the main reason why he did it. The bullets and fire were simply a charade to make it look like this was his security system. Keep in mind, he wanted Superman to enter his lair because the real trap was the Kryptonite that he had in the lead box.

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