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  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 14 December 1978 (UK)
  • Runtime: 143 min | USA:127 min (1980 video release) | USA:151 min (2000 restoration)
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  • IMDb page: Watch Superman (1978) Film Free Online
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 96,623 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 14 December 1978 (UK)
  • Runtime: 143 min | USA:127 min (1980 video release) | USA:151 min (2000 restoration)
  • Filming Location: Barons , Alberta, Canada
  • Budget: $55,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $134,218,018 (USA)
  • Director: Richard Donner
  • Stars: Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: John Williams   
  • Soundtrack: Give a Little Bit
  • Sound Mix: 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints) | Mono
  • Plot Keyword: Planet | Newspaper | Reporter | Criminal | Nuclear Missile

Superman (1978) Writing Credits By:

  • Jerry Siegel (creator: Superman) &
  • Joe Shuster (creator: Superman)
  • Mario Puzo (story)
  • Mario Puzo (screenplay) and
  • David Newman (screenplay) and
  • Leslie Newman (screenplay) &
  • Robert Benton (screenplay)
  • Tom Mankiewicz  uncredited

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Superman (1978) Known Trivia

  • Marlon Brando refused to memorize most of his lines in advance. Superman 1978 In the scene where he puts infant Kal-El into the escape pod, he was actually reading his lines from the diaper of the baby. Superman 1978 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Superman “S” logo that Marlon Brando wears on his white cloak looks the same as the one used for George Reeves costume in the TV show Adventures of Superman (1952). Superman 1978 This was probably an homage. Superman 1978 Since this film, the idea of the “S” symbol being a Kryptonian family crest of the House of El has been incorporated into Superman’s comic books and subsequent adaptations. Superman 1978 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to Roger Moore’s autobiography he witnessed Christopher Reeve walking through the canteen at Pinewood Studios in full Superman costume oblivious to the swooning female admirers he left in his wake. Superman 1978 When he did the same thing dressed as Clark Kent no one paid any attention. Superman 1978 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • For his portrayal of Clark Kent, Christopher Reeve based the performance on Cary Grant’s character in Bringing Up Baby (1938). Superman 1978 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • To obtain the ‘glowing’ effect of the clothing on Krypton, the wardrobe department spent weeks sewing tiny glass balls on to each actor’s apparel. Superman 1978 If the “material” was accidentally touched, the oils on the actor’s hands would interfere with the lighting effect, leaving a dull patch on the costume. Superman 1978 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The villains at the marina were all stunt performers from Kojak (1973). Superman 1978 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Casting director Lynn Stalmaster was the first to suggest Christopher Reeve for the title role but Donner and the Salkinds felt he was too young and too skinny. Superman 1978 He nevertheless did an excellent screen test that blew the director and producers away. Superman 1978 Once he had the part, Reeve underwent a strict physical training session for months, going from 170 pounds to 212 in the period from pre-production to filming. Superman 1978 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Marlon Brando sued the Salkinds and Warner Brothers for $50 million because he felt cheated out of the film’s considerable box office profits. Superman 1978 This is the main reason why footage of Brando does not appear in Superman II (1980). Superman 1978 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Christopher Reeve worked out so much during the making of the film that the traveling matte shots taken of him at the beginning of the shoot did not match the later shots, and had to be re-taken. Superman 1978 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Gene Hackman flatly refused to shave his head or wear a “bald cap” to play Lex Luthor. Superman 1978 To get around this issue, Hackman’s own natural hair was styled differently from scene to scene to give the appearance of him having changed hairpieces. Superman 1978 Numerous hairpieces are visible in his underground complex. Superman 1978 Hackman relented and wore a skullcap in one scene: when he is taken to prison by Superman. Superman 1978 It is visible when he angrily rips off his hairpiece to address the prison’s warden who questions who he is. Superman 1978 Hackman was also forced to shave off his mustache, which he was keen on keeping at the time. Superman 1978 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Superman (1978) Plot: An alien orphan is sent from his dying planet to Earth, where he grows up to become his adoptive home's first and greatest superhero. Superman 1978 Full summary »  »

Superman (1978) Story: Unable to convince the ruling council of Krypton that their world will destroy itself soon, scientist Jor-El takes drastic measures to preserve the Kryptonian race: He sends his infant son Kal-El to Earth. Superman 1978 There, gaining great powers under Earth’s yellow sun, he will become a champion of truth and justice. Superman 1978 Raised by the Kents, an elderly farm couple, Clark Kent learns that his abilities must be used for good. Superman 1978 The adult Clark travels to Metropolis, where he becomes a mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet…and a caped wonder whose amazing feats stun the city: Superman! Meanwhile, Lex Luthor, the world’s greatest criminal mind, is plotting the greatest real estate swindle of all time. Superman 1978 Can’t even the Man of Steel stop this nefarious scheme? Written byGregory A. Superman 1978 Sheets <>


Superman (1978) Synopsis: March 1938. Superman 1978 A child on Earth reads a comic book about the Daily Planet, the largest newspaper in the city of Metropolis. Superman 1978 But as the child reads, events are transpiring on a planet six galaxies distant. Superman 1978 Orbiting around a gigantic red sun is the planet Krypton, the home world of a highly-evolved race resembling humans and bearing a unique molecular density and structure, a result of the planet’s gravitational strength and the radiation of its crimson central star. Superman 1978 The planet is ruled by a Council of Elders, each representing a particular "clan" and bearing a crest of that particular House. Superman 1978 The planet’s greatest scientist bears an S-shaped crest, the House of El. Superman 1978 Jor-El is supervising the trial of three criminals caught attempting to overthrow the planet’s government – General Zod, the planet’s former defense chief; his henchman Non, a hulking killer unable to speak; and Ursa, a woman determined to exterminate men other than the man she loves, Zod. Superman 1978 As the elders render a guilty verdict, Zod notes that the verdict must be unanimous, so Jor-El ultimately holds the key to their fate. Superman 1978 Despite his disillusionment with the Council of Elders, Jor-El renders a conviction. Superman 1978 The vast dome of the planet’s capital city opens to the night, and an extra-dimensional pyramid – the Phantom Zone – tumbles out of the sky and absorbs the three criminals into an eternity in dimensional limbo through space. Superman 1978 While a frightened Ursa begs for forgiveness, Zod defiantly swears that he will have his vengeance on the House of El, even if it takes him a thousand years.

However, Jor-El’s more pressing concern lies in the orbital shift of Krypton; this shift is putting the planet into the fatal gravitational pull of its central star, a fact blithely ignored by the Council Of Elders. Superman 1978 The leader of the Council forbids Jor-El from warning the larger populace or he will be imprisoned in the Phantom Zone himself. Superman 1978 Jor-El promises to be silent and that he and his wife will not attempt to leave the planet. Superman 1978 Jor-El chooses instead to construct a crystalline starship for his infant son Kal-El. Superman 1978 Jor-El’s wife Lara, however, is concerned, for the starship is programmed to take the child through a trans-galactic warp to a planet populated by primitive humans whose technological development is millennia behind Krypton, a planet that orbits a yellow sun, a planet called Earth. Superman 1978 Jor-El, however, understands that the planet’s yellow sun will give Kal-El superhuman powers that will give him the advantage he needs to survive. Superman 1978 Jor-El and Lara bid their child goodbye before Joe-El installs a green crystal into the ship, a crystal containing the very essence of himself and Lara as well as the knowledge of the entire universe. Superman 1978 He then completes the assembly of the starship – just as the planet is pulled into a fatal plunge toward its red sun. Superman 1978 The starship is launched and escapes the system scant minutes before the planet is torn open, collides with its central star, and both bodies are obliterated in a holocaust of fire and debris.

The tiny starship passes the Phantom Zone before accelerating on its journey to the planet Earth, with the voice of Jor-El providing the infant, who is aging as the ship proceeds, with knowledge. Superman 1978 The ship finally reaches Earth in the year 1941 A.D. Superman 1978 and plunges like a meteor into a vast wheat field near Smallville, Kansas – within sight of local farmers Jonathan and Martha Kent. Superman 1978 Upon seeing the meteor the Kents discover the now-three-year-old Kal-El, draped in a red robe; Martha, believing the child is a gift from God, decides to adopt him, and the child demonstrates that he is different when, as Jonathan is changing a tire on his truck and the jack slips, he innocently lifts the vehicle with his bare hands, saving his foster father’s life.

Some fifteen years pass and the child, named Clark, is a student at Smallville High School. Superman 1978 He is a water boy on the school’s football team, and friends with cheerleader Lana Lang, but is frequently bulled by Lana’s jock boyfriend, Brad. Superman 1978 Clark knows of the vast power he possesses but is forbidden by his father from showing it – although, alone on a football field, he kicks a ball into orbit, then runs home by outrunning a speeding passenger train, and is seen by a young girl who tries to tell her parents; her mother, however, scolds young "Lois Lane" about telling tall tales.

Clark returns home as Brad, Lana, and other students drive by, surprised that he arrived home so quickly. Superman 1978 Jonathan, however, reassures Clark that he is on Earth for a reason and that he should not let others bother him. Superman 1978 Clark thus feels better, but as he starts to play with the family dog, Jonathan suddenly stops, having lost feeling in his left arm. Superman 1978 He then falls to the ground, victim of a heart attack. Superman 1978 After Jonathan’s burial the grieving Clark blames himself, for with all his powers he couldn’t even save his own father.

Some time later Clark is awakened early one morning by a mysterious noise, emanating from the barn. Superman 1978 Clark enters the barn and finds the remains of the meteor, and with it the now-activated spire of Jor-El. Superman 1978 A few days later Clark tells his mother that he must leave, and head north. Superman 1978 Martha, having known this day would come, urges her son to always remember her, and the tearful Clark vows to do just that as they embrace for one final time.

Days later Clark reaches the North Pole, where he takes the green crystal and throws it miles into the distance, where it melts into the ice and begins construction of a gigantic crystalline fortress, a Fortress of Solitude. Superman 1978 Inside Clark finds a matrix table of crystals; placing one into an aperture, he activates a dimensional communicator that reveals the spirit of Jor-El, his true father. Superman 1978 Jor-El provides the youth with his true identity of Kal-El and takes his son on a journey through time and space to complete his maturation, educating him on the universe and on his purpose in life. Superman 1978 When the journey ends, Kal-El has aged twelve years to the age of 30, although in the time-twisting of inter-dimensional travel the Earth has aged 22 years to the year 1978 A.D. Superman 1978 Kal-El is now clad in a red-and-blue costume with red cape and bearing the crest of the House Of El, ready to fulfill his purpose of protecting his new homeworld in the memory of Krypton.


Metropolis, the greatest city in the world. Superman 1978 At the skyscraper home of its largest newspaper, the Daily Planet, photographer James "Jimmy" Olsen is shooting photos of a typically kinetic day in the life of the Planet, including ace reporter Lois Lane (who despite this status has a problem with spelling, frequently being corrected for misspelled words). Superman 1978 Lois and Jimmy are introduced by the paper’s grumpy editor, Perry White, to its newest member, a tall shy bespectacled news writer named Clark Kent. Superman 1978 Lois is initially puzzled by the man’s shyness and mild social clumsiness, and is particularly struck when the two of them are held up in a back alley by a gunman, Clark faints when the thug opens fire on Lois (the fainting is cover so Clark can catch the bullet in his bare hand, which causes the gunman to run), and in defending himself to Lois rattles off a listing of all the items in her purse.

As Lois and Clark hail a taxi, walking past them is a white-dressed heavyset man munching on snacks and carrying a copy of the Planet. Superman 1978 The man is tailed by Harry and Armis, two undercover cops, for he is Otis, a clumsy henchman for criminal genius Lex Luthor, and he is on his way to Luthor’s secret hideout. Superman 1978 The cops tail him to Metropolis Grand Central Station, where Harry sends Armis to get backup while he tails Otis onto subway Track 22 leading out of the station. Superman 1978 Otis eventually finds an indentation in the underground tunnel and waits for a train to arrive. Superman 1978 A doorway opens under the cover of the passing train, and after it is gone Harry goes to the doorway to try and figure out how to open it – a fatal mistake for monitoring the scene from hidden security cameras is Luthor himself, who activates the doorway and violently slides Harry into the path of another train.

Luthor’s moll, Eve Teschmacher, is appalled by the scene, but Luthor arrogantly and condescendingly reminds her that it is an inevitable by-product of his status as the greatest criminal mind of the latter 20th century, a status to which he takes egotistical delight. Superman 1978 He tells her how his father (a cruel man who disowned Lex as a child), once told him that even if governments and economies collapse, people will still need land, and will do anything to get it. Superman 1978 This has guided his criminal career ever since. Superman 1978 When Otis arrives in their underground lair he is reminded of his clumsiness in allowing himself to be followed again, and is thus given the unglamorous task of feeding "the babies," a gaggle of monstrous creatures in a vast pit used to dispatch intruders. Superman 1978 Luthor’s more pressing concern, however, lays in a story in the Planet that two nuclear cruise-type missiles with hypersonic speed are to be tested using live multi-megaton warheads soon. Superman 1978 Luthor intends to use the missile test to fulfill the greatest real estate swindle in history.

Later that night Lois Lane is scheduled to fly via Planet helicopter to Metropolis International Airport to greet Air Force One, but on the Planet’s helipad she boards the chopper and when the chopper begins takeoff, a light cable is sucked free of its bracket and in the updraft caused by the chopper snags its landing skids, breaks, and plunges the chopper out of control through the helipad’s control shed and crashing onto the ledge. Superman 1978 As police hustle panicking bystanders on the streets below to safety Lois tries to crawl out of the chopper, but the ledge begins to crack and the chopper sags violently toward the street and Lois falls through, hanging on by a seat belt in the air.

But amid the panic in the streets, Clark Kent emerges from the Planet and notices a yellow rain hat on the sidewalk. Superman 1978 Upon recognizing it as one Lois was wearing, he sees the stricken chopper, and while those around him run for safey, Clark keeps his head. Superman 1978 Running to another building down the street, Clark opens his shirt to reveal his emblem and then whirls through a revolving door at light speed and transmutes into Superman – to the awe and confusion of a nearby pimp.

Superman jumps into the air, just as Lois lets go of the belt and plunges to the street hundreds of stories below. Superman 1978 Superman safely catches her and carries her upward. Superman 1978 The chopper now breaks off the ledge and falls, but Superman safely snags it out of the air with one hand and carries it back to the Planet’s helipad. Superman 1978 When the awe-struck Lois asks who the stranger is, he merely replies, "A friend."

It is but the beginning, for Kal-El undertakes numerous feats of heroism – stopping a cat-burgler using gigantic magnets to scale the Solow Building, intercepting a boatload of bank-robbers, rescuing a cat from a tree, and rescuing Air Force One when a lighting strike shatters its portside engine and wing. Superman 1978 The next morning, he returns to the Fortress of Solitude and consults the spirit of Jor-El to convey the emotions he felt upon making his full power known. Superman 1978 Jor-El urges him to be circumspect in his power and praises him for what he has learned so far.

Watching the news about the stranger, Lex Luthor sees his arrival as a natural challenge, and the criminal warlord vows to destroy all that the stranger represents. Superman 1978 Perry White, for his part, makes discovering the red-and-blue stranger the #1 priority of the Planet and sends his entire staff scurrying to find any scrap of information about "this flying whatchamacallit." Lois, however, scoops everyone when she gets a note requesting a dinner date at her penthouse from "a friend."

The dinner date takes place and as part of the interview, Kal-El gives Lois a ride in the sky – a flight that becomes almost a romantic dance as the two begin falling in love. Superman 1978 Kal-El returns Lois to her apartment and the two bid reluctant goodbye. Superman 1978 Lois quietly dubs him a true super man – and uses the term to identify the stranger in her subsequent front-page story. Superman 1978 Luthor reads it and remembers a scientific theory; Superman’s homeworld would be of a molecular construction that would be affected by the unique radiation of a yellow sun, and that meteors from Krypton upon landing on Earth would be affected to the point of emitting a radiation that would affect only Kryptonians. Superman 1978 Such a meteorite was found in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Superman 1978 Miss Tessmacher reminds Luthor that Superman could see him coming a mile away with his x-ray vision. Superman 1978 Luthor theorizes that if he really does have x-ray vision, he could not see through lead. Superman 1978 With their plan in place, they plan a trip to Ethiopia.

Later, Luthor’s gang go to work intercepting the two missile convoys used for the big upcoming test; using a variety of guises they divert attention away from effort to reprogram the missiles’ directional vectors; Otis, however, misprograms one of the missiles, attributing this mistake to his arm not being long enough. Superman 1978 Luthor scolds him for gross incompetence, but Miss Tessmacher calms him down.

The Planet learns that an unknown figure is buying up hundreds of acres of seemingly worthless desert in the southwest. Superman 1978 Suspecting land fraud, Perry sends Lois and Jimmy to investigate. Superman 1978 Had Clark showed more initiative and confidence, the assignment would have gone to him. Superman 1978 As Perry shares a story about a "worthless meteorite" being stolen from a Ethiopian museum, Clark is struck by a piercing signal, a high pitched hum followed by the sound of every dog in Metropolis barking at once- it is Lex Luthor on a radio frequency only Superman (and the dogs) can hear. Superman 1978 Luthor warns Superman that a poison gas pellet is to be released into the air and kill the city’s population unless Superman confronts him alone. Superman 1978 Feigning a migraine, Clark sneaks away from his co-workers and jumps out a window, where he transmutes into Superman and traces Luthor’s signal to the street; he drills into the ground and is met by Luthor’s gauntlet of destruction – a wall of machine guns, then a wall of fire, finally a wall of liquid nitrogen that freezes the area. Superman 1978 None has any effect on Superman, who bursts into Luthor’s lair and demands knowledge of Luthor’s gas pellet. Superman 1978 Luthor lets the truth be known that it is a hoax, it was the only way to gain an audience with him. Superman 1978 Luthor reveals his true plans for the stolen missiles; the first will destroy the San Andreas Fault, which will collapse the Western coastline of the US (namely California and its major cites) into the ocean and thus make the seemingly worthless desert of the west into multi-billion dollar windfalls. Superman 1978 The second missile (the one misprogrammed by Otis) is designed to be a cover. Superman 1978 Luthor boasts that nobody, not even Superman, can bring down both of them, and if necessary, he can detonate either warhead via remote. Superman 1978 Superman notices a box made of lead which he assumes hides Luthor’s detonator. Superman 1978 But when he opens it he is struck by a massive weakness, for the box contains the Ethopian meteorite – Kryptonite, fitted to a chain necklace that Luthor drapes around him. Superman 1978 He takes great delight in reminding Superman that despite his aura of invincibility, a normal human has found a way to beat him. Superman 1978 Superman asks if Luthor even cares about the second missile’s target, which is revealed to be Hackensack, NJ, before Luthor drops him Superman into his pool to drown.

Luthor, however, has made a fatal mistake, for Eve Teschmacher’s mother lives in Hackensack, and while Luthor and Otis monitor the errant missiles on their hypersonic flight, she pleads with Superman to stop the Hackensack missile first on his mission; he agrees and she frees him. Superman 1978 Regaining his power, Superman blasts through the mammoth ceiling of the lair, into the sky, and on a direct course west. Superman 1978 He tries to stop the first missile over Kansas but it dodges him, and he must overtake it and ram it into space – just as the second missile detonates the San Andreas Fault, setting off an omnicidal quake that is like the destruction of Krypton all over again, a nightmare that doubly drives Superman as he flies underneath the Earth’s crust to stabilize the land. Superman 1978 However, the aftershocks prove no less deadly, and Superman flies all across the area rescuing people from the ensuing disasters. Superman 1978 But amid his enormous feats of heroism, one person in particular needs help. Superman 1978 Amid the aftershocks, Lois’s car breaks down in the middle of a desert, and is swallowed by a massive fissure, effectively burying her alive. Superman 1978 By the time Superman senses she is in danger, he is too late. Superman 1978 Superman, seeing the body of Lois, tearfully kisses her, then rages into the sky. Superman 1978 He hears the voice of Jor-El, which reminds him that he must not interfere with human history. Superman 1978 Recalling his failure to save Jonathan, Superman becomes determined to save Lois. Superman 1978 Superman reveals a way to turn back time when he flies around the Earth’s perimeter so quickly that it reverses the planet’s rotation; once time has rewound to an appropriate point, Superman returns the planet to its original direction. Superman 1978 Lois is now alive again, as are the others who may have perished, and the entire disaster has been averted. Superman 1978 He returns to Metropolis where Luthor and Otis are preparing to drop Miss Teschmacher into the pit of "the babies." Superman, however, rescues her, and pointedly notes to Luthor that Miss Teschmacher’s mother sends her love.

Afterward, Superman delivers Luthor and Otis to a maximum security prison to hold them pending trial. Superman 1978 Luthor shouts his defiance (mirroring Zod in the opening moments), but he is comically interrupted by Otis. Superman 1978 A both men are led away by the guards, the prison warden thanks Superman for his good deeds. Superman 1978 Superman humbly dismisses the praise as just his contribution to their mutual effort for the good of society even as he takes off into the high atmosphere to resume his patrol of his adopted home planet.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By: Watch Superman (1978) Film Free Online

  • Charles F. Superman 1978 Greenlaw known as associate producer
  • Ilya Salkind known as executive producer
  • Pierre Spengler known as producer
  • Richard Lester known as producer (uncredited)

Watch Superman (1978) Free Film Watch Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Marlon Brando known as Jor-El
  • Gene Hackman known as Lex Luthor
  • Christopher Reeve known as Superman / Clark Kent
  • Ned Beatty known as Otis
  • Jackie Cooper known as Perry White
  • Glenn Ford known as Pa Kent
  • Trevor Howard known as 1st Elder
  • Margot Kidder known as Lois Lane
  • Jack O'Halloran known as Non
  • Valerie Perrine known as Eve Teschmacher
  • Maria Schell known as Vond-Ah
  • Terence Stamp known as General Zod
  • Phyllis Thaxter known as Ma Kent
  • Susannah York known as Lara
  • Jeff East known as Young Clark Kent
  • Marc McClure known as Jimmy Olsen
  • Sarah Douglas known as Ursa
  • Harry Andrews known as 2nd Elder
  • Vass Anderson known as 3rd Elder
  • John Hollis known as 4th Elder
  • James Garbutt known as 5th Elder
  • Michael Gover known as 6th Elder
  • David Neal known as 7th Elder
  • William Russell known as 8th Elder
  • Penelope Lee known as 9th Elder
  • John Stuart known as 10th Elder
  • Alan Cullen known as 11th Elder
  • Lee Quigley known as Baby Kal-El
  • Aaron Smolinski known as Baby Clark Kent
  • Diane Sherry Case known as Lana Lang (as Diane Sherry)
  • Jeff Atcheson known as Coach
  • Brad Flock known as Brad
  • David Petrou known as Team Manager
  • Billy J. Superman 1978 Mitchell known as 1st Editor
  • Robert Henderson known as 2nd Editor
  • Larry Lamb known as 1st Reporter
  • James Brockington known as 2nd Reporter
  • John Cassady known as 3rd Reporter
  • John F. Superman 1978 Parker known as 4th Reporter
  • Antony Scott known as 5th Reporter
  • Ray Evans known as 6th Reporter
  • Sue Shifrin known as 7th Reporter (as Su Shifrin)
  • Miquel Brown known as 8th Reporter
  • Vincent Marzello known as 1st Copy Boy
  • Benjamin Feitelson known as 2nd Copy Boy
  • Lise Hilboldt known as 1st Secretary
  • Leueen Willoughby known as 2nd Secretary
  • Jill Ingham known as Perry's Secretary
  • Pieter Stuyck known as Window Cleaner
  • Rex Reed known as Rex Reed
  • Weston Gavin known as Mugger
  • Steve Kahan known as Officer 1 (as Stephen Kahan)
  • Ray Hassett known as Officer 2
  • Randy Jurgensen known as Officer 3 (as Randy Jurgenson)
  • Matt Russo known as News Vendor
  • Colin Skeaping known as Pilot
  • Bo Rucker known as Pimp
  • Paul Avery known as TV Cameraman
  • David Baxt known as Burglar
  • George Harris II known as Patrolman Mooney
  • Michael Harrigan known as 1st Hood
  • John Cording known as 2nd Hood
  • Raymond Thompson known as 3rd Hood
  • Oz Clarke known as 4th Hood
  • Rex Everhart known as Desk Sergeant (as Rex Everhardt)
  • Jayne Tottman known as Little Girl
  • Frank Lazarus known as Air Force One Pilot
  • Brian Protheroe known as Co Pilot
  • Lawrence Trimble known as 1st Crewman
  • Robert Whelan known as 2nd Crewman
  • David Calder known as 3rd Crewman
  • Norwich Duff known as Newscaster (as Norwick Duff)
  • Keith Alexander known as Newscaster
  • Michael Ensign known as Newscaster
  • Larry Hagman known as Major
  • Paul Tuerpe known as Sgt. Superman 1978 Hayley
  • Graham McPherson known as Lieutenant
  • David Yorston known as Petty Officer
  • Robert O'Neill known as Admiral
  • Robert MacLeod known as General
  • John Ratzenberger known as 1st Controller
  • Alan Tilvern known as 2nd Controller
  • Phil Brown known as State Senator
  • Bill Bailey known as 2nd Senator
  • Burnell Tucker known as Agent
  • Chief Tug Smith known as Indian Chief
  • Norman Warwick known as Superchief Driver
  • Chuck Julian known as Assistant
  • Colin Etherington known as Power Co. Superman 1978 Driver
  • Mark Wynter known as Mate
  • Roy Stevens known as Warden
  • Kirk Alyn known as General Sam Lane (uncredited)
  • Bruce Boa known as General (extended version) (uncredited)
  • Robert Dahdah known as Newspaper Customer (uncredited)
  • David de Keyser known as Warden (voice) (uncredited)
  • Richard Donner known as Man in Street (extended version (uncredited)
  • Harry Fielder known as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Edward Finneran known as Special Football Player (uncredited)
  • Noel Neill known as Ella Lane (uncredited)
  • Pam Rose known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Tony Selby known as Hood (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Superman (1978)
  • Jamie Brown known as makeup artist: Canada
  • Sylvia Croft known as makeup artist
  • Iloe Elliott known as hairdresser: Canada
  • Graham Freeborn known as makeup artist
  • Kay Freeborn known as makeup artist
  • Stuart Freeborn known as creative supervisor of makeup & special visuals
  • Darby Halpin known as hairdresser: USA
  • Cathy Kevany known as hairdresser
  • Louis Lane known as makeup artist: USA
  • Nick Maley known as makeup artist
  • Patricia McDermott known as hairdresser (as Pat McDermott)
  • Basil Newall known as makeup artist
  • Connie Reeve known as makeup artist
  • Phil Rhodes known as makeup artist (as Philip Rhodes)
  • Stella Rivers known as hairdresser
  • Joan White known as hairdresser

Superman (1978) Art Department:

  • Ted Ambrose known as draughtsman
  • George Ball known as property master
  • Bill Beavis known as scenic artist
  • Ivor Beddoes known as illustrator
  • Dennis Bosher known as draughtsman
  • Reg Bream known as draughtsman
  • Bill Brodie known as supervising art director: Canada and New Mexico
  • Roy Carnon known as illustrator
  • Jack Carter known as construction manager
  • Alan Cassie known as draughtsman
  • John Chisholm known as prop man
  • Larry Cleary known as construction manager
  • Steve Cooper known as set designer
  • Roy Evans known as assistant construction manager
  • Maurice Fowler known as supervising art director: England and New York
  • Eddie Francis known as props
  • Ed Gimmel known as star ship
  • Norman Hart known as decor & lettering artist
  • Reg Hill known as illustrator
  • Stan Jolley known as art director: USA
  • Harry Kersey known as construction manager: USA
  • John Lanzer known as production buyer
  • Herman Lowers known as construction manager: USA
  • Peter Palmer known as production buyer
  • Michael Redding known as model construction manager
  • Tony Rimmington known as draughtsman
  • Gene Rudolf known as art director: USA
  • Danny Skundric known as property master
  • Ernest Smith known as scenic artist
  • Janet Stevens known as modeller (as Jan Stevens)
  • Paul Vale known as painter (as Wiggy Fruntwick)
  • Peter Voysey known as modeller
  • Frederic C. Superman 1978 Weiler known as set decorator: USA (as Fred Weiler)
  • Gari Bacon known as props (uncredited)
  • Mick Chubbock known as plasterer (uncredited)
  • Peter Fern known as construction engineer (uncredited)
  • Robert Jackson known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Paul James known as plasterer (uncredited)
  • David Ned Kelly known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Peter Mann known as construction carpenter (uncredited)
  • Tony Musk known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Italo Tomassi known as set designer (uncredited)




Watch Superman (1978) Free Film Watch Online HD Production Companies:

  • Dovemead Films (as Dovemead Limited)
  • Film Export A.G.
  • International Film Production

Watch Superman (1978) Film Free Online Other Companies:

  • Camera Effects  title and special optical sequences photographed by
  • Howard Anderson Company, The  special sequences (as Howard A. Superman 1978 Anderson Co.)
  • Continental Camera Systems  special sequences
  • Oxford Scientific Films  optical sequences
  • National Screen Service  contribution: optical sequences (as National Screen Services Ltd.)
  • Gillie Potter Productions Ltd.  contribution: optical sequences
  • Delecluse Realisations  contribution: optical sequences
  • Cinema Research  contribution: optical sequences (as Cinema Research Corporation)
  • Van der Veer Photo Effects  contribution: optical sequences
  • Rank Post Productions Ltd.  contribution: optical sequences
  • Cinefex Ltd.  contribution: optical sequences (as Cinefex [London] Ltd.)
  • Vee Films  contribution: optical sequences
  • General Screen Enterprises  contribution: optical sequences
  • Anvil Studios  music mixed and recorded at
  • London Symphony Orchestra, The (LSO)  music played by
  • Pinewood Studios  sound mixed and re-recorded at
  • Steve Frankfurt Communications  main title credits by
  • R/Greenberg Associates  main title credits by
  • Wesscam Camera Systems (Europe)  aerial camera sequences (as Wesscam)
  • TVC Laboratories  chemtone sequences by (as TVC Laboratory Inc.)
  • Samuelson Film Service  camera equipment supplied by
  • Lee Lighting  lighting equipment by (as Lee Electric [Lighting] Ltd.)
  • Berman's and Nathan's  costumes by (as Bermans & Nathans Ltd.)
  • Barneys  Clark Kent's wardrobe furnished by
  • Cartier  jewellery by
  • J.V.C.  TV and audio by
  • General Mills  Cheerios by
  • Timex  watches by
  • Mayor's Office for Motion Pictures & Television  the producers wish to thank (as The Mayor's Office for Motion Pictures & Television, New York)
  • New Mexico Film Commission  the producers wish to thank
  • Alberta Government Film Industry Development Board  the producers wish to thank
  • Canadian Pacific Railway  the producers wish to thank (as Canadian Pacific Railways)
  • National Satellite Visual Survey Space Council for Space Photography  the producers wish to thank
  • DC Comics  based upon the character "Superman" appearing in comics and magazines published by
  • Atari  sponsoring (television airing)
  • Flying Pictures  helicopter pilot provided by (uncredited)
  • NovaStar Digital  dialogue restoration (2000 restoration) (as Novastar Digital Sound Services)
  • Pacific Title Digital  digital compositing and restoration (2000 restoration)

Superman (1978) Distributors:

  • Warner Bros. Superman 1978 (1978) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Columbia-EMI-Warner (1978) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Adams Filmi (1979) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Hafbo (1979) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Warner-Columbia Films (1979) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Warner-Columbia Filmverleih (1979) (West Germany) (theatrical)
  • Warner-Columbia (1979) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1981) (USA) (TV)
  • Argentina Video Home (1986) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • Warner Home Video (1986) (USA) (VHS)
  • Mainostelevisio (MTV3) (1986) (2000) (2004) (2005) (Finland) (TV)
  • Warner Home Video (1991) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • Bridge Entertainment Group (2000) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Warner Home Video (2001) (UK) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2001) (USA) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2001) (USA) (VHS) (special edition)
  • Warner Home Video (2002) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Creative Design (2003) (USA) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2005) (Argentina) (DVD) (special edition)
  • Warner Home Video (2006) (Canada) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2006) (Netherlands) (DVD) (4-disc special edition)
  • Warner Home Video (2006) (USA) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2007) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Argentina Video Home (2009) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Warner Bros. Superman 1978 (1979) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Espoon OVC Videovision (????) (Finland) (video)
  • Future Film (2001) (Finland) (DVD)
  • Master Video (????) (Finland) (video)
  • Nickes Sound City (????) (Finland) (video)
  • Obshchestvennoye Rossijskoye Televideniye (ORT) Video (19??) (Russia) (VHS)
  • Solar Video (????) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Video King (1985) (Greece) (VHS)
  • Warner Bros. Superman 1978 Entertainment Finland Oy (2006) (Finland) (DVD)
  • Yleisradio (YLE) (1994) (Finland) (TV)



Other Stuff

Watch Superman (1978) Free Film Watch Online HD Visual Effects by:
  • Darrell A. Superman 1978 Anderson known as additional model photography: USA (as Darrell Anderson)
  • James Aspinall known as zoptic operator
  • Dennis Bartlett known as travelling matte supervisor
  • Les Bowie known as creative supervisor of mattes & composites
  • Ray Caple known as matte artist
  • Denys N. Superman 1978 Coop known as creative director of process photography (as Denys Coop)
  • Chris Crowell known as digital compositor: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Ken Dackermann known as digital compositor: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Leslie Dear known as additional model photography
  • Mike Drew known as zoptic operator
  • Tony Dunsterville known as model maker
  • Sheldon Elbourne known as title & special optical sequences photographer
  • Doug Ferris known as matte artist
  • Roy Field known as creative supervisor of optical visual effects
  • Cyril Forster known as model maker
  • Mark Freund known as visual effects supervisor: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • George Gervan known as digital roto artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Richard Gervan known as digital roto artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • George Gibbs known as additional model effects
  • Martin Hall known as digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Peter Hammond known as matte camera operator
  • Peter Harman known as matte camera operator
  • Maureen Healy known as digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Veronica Hernandez known as digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Heather Hoyland known as lead digital compositor: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Andrew Kelly known as model maker
  • Bob Kindred known as additional model photography
  • Tad Krzanowski known as model maker (as Tadeusz Krzanowski)
  • Liz Lettman known as assistant matte artist
  • Jeff Luff known as model maker
  • Darin McCormick-Millett known as digital producer (2000 restoration)
  • Derek Meddings known as model effects director & creator
  • Sean Morris known as optical sequences
  • Harry Oakes known as additional model photography
  • Roy Pace known as title & special optical sequences photographer
  • Peter Parks known as optical sequences
  • Zoran Perisic known as zoptic special effects
  • Terry Reed known as model maker
  • Denis Rich known as special visual effects designer
  • Martin Shortall known as optical liaison (as Martin Shorthall)
  • Brian Smithies known as additional model effects
  • David Speed known as zoptic operator
  • Charles Staffell known as process systems
  • Lynn Tigar known as digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio (2000 restoration)
  • Wally Veevers known as flying systems & process projection
  • Peter Watson known as supervising editor of optical & special effects
  • Paul Wilson known as model photography
  • Russ Woolnough known as assistant editor of optical & special effects (as Russell Woolnough)
  • Andy Aitken known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Keith Holland known as visual effects camera operator (uncredited)
  • John Inglis known as visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
  • Gary Pearlman known as titles & optical effects (uncredited)
  • Philip Sharpe known as model maker (uncredited)
  • David Smith known as optical cameraman: Camera Effects Ltd (uncredited)

Online Superman (1978) Free Film Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated PG for peril, some mild sensuality and language (original rating) (Approved No. Superman 1978 25403)



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