In this action-packed serial, which aired from April 3 to 12, 1940, Superman is faced with the mystery of a missing explorer - and an even more mysterious sacred emerald of the Incas. Does the jewel hold the power to save the human race?
Clayton "Bud" Collyer plays the dual roles of Superman and Clark Kent, as he did for more than 2,000 episodes. The Adventures of Superman was a radio mainstay until its final episode in March 1951.
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"The long-running adventure serial...was one of the hallmarks of the Golden Age of radio....Superman was never able to fly as high on television as he had for an adventure-filled decade in radio's theater of the imagination." (Anthony Tollin, "Superman on Radio")
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even when superman has all the great strength of Kypton with him on earth, it is interesting that he can not save everyone. even he can not save everyone from death, especially when stuck as Clark Kent. but the reporter is able to continue to help in the end make sure everyone's able to get to a happy end.
the old radio shows have really cheesy sound effects that helped with he imagination to experience the joys of the program
Yes, being a hour long it is easy to do
If you ever need to call for help superman is always there to give his aid. If you ever have a hard time trying to decide what to listen to, the ten minute shows are great to help give a short fun entertainment that will never grow old
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