Before Brandon Routh, before Tom Welling, before Dean Cain, and even before Christopher Reeve, there was George Reeves. Reeves, for a generation of Americans, was Superman. I've recently picked up all four sets (six seasons) of this television show, and I have to say I have been pleasantly surprised. In today's environment, Superman is painted as melancholy, distant, and reserved. Reeve's Superman is decidedly not that - trading fisticuffs with the baddies, and not spending too much time on feeling lonely. While I enjoy the more mature and contemporary takes on the Man of Steel, I can't help but watch this old show with a sense of wonder - for many, this is where their love of Superman began. It's for that reason I find the show to be great, because I appreciate the origins of the show. The sense of nostalgia can be permeating - especially considering Reeves future - but I still recommend checking it out.
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