1951 – directed by Lee Sholem – with George Reeves and Phyllis Coates
The first and best Superman feature film stars George Reeves and Phyllis Coates in a Red Scare-era morality tale of what happens when you dig a hole that's just a little too deep (hint: furry Mole Men climb to the surface armed with tricked-out Electrolux vacuum cleaners). Oddball, provocative and entertaining as hell, SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN'S take on greedy oil developers and small town mob mentality is as true today as it was six decades ago. Booze, popcorn and Superman--a winning combination for a Saturday night!
PLUS!–Superman Fleischer cartoons, 16mm chimp movies and other surprises! Five bucks (cheap!)