Updated: July 01, 2023
SUPERMAN COLLAGES GALLERY #01
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. When he did the same thing dressed as Clark Kent,
no one paid any attention. Very interestingly, something similar happened with Harold Lloyd: when he wasn't filming movies and
removed his iconic round glasses nobody paid attention to him at the point that no one recognized him as the famous actor he was.
Lloyd was inspiration for Superman alter ego Clark Kent, specially in the detail of the glasses to hide himself of the public eye
in his civilian identity.
( at around 44 mins ) When Jor-El introduces himself in the Fortress of Solitude, he explains that by this time, he will have been
dead for thousands of Earth years. Yet during his teaching during Kal's journey to Earth from Krypton ( at around 21 mins ), Jor-El refers to Einstein's theory of relativity, which wasn't formulated until long after the destruction of Krypton.
Miss Teschmacher: It's too good to be true. He's 6' 4", has black hair, blue eyes, doesn't drink, doesn't smoke, and tells the truth.
Lex Luthor: Miss Teschmacher, some people can read "War and Peace" and come away thinking it's a simple adventure story. Others can read the ingredients on a chewing gum wrapper and unlock the secrets of the universe. Miss Teschmacher: Lex, what has chewing gum
got to do with the secrets of the universe?