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Actors and Entertainers

George Reeves
"Adventures of Superman" (1951-58)
George Reeves

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Posted by Kiddie tv kid at 5:06 pm (PDT) on Wed May 8, 2019   
George was also a talented singer,musician,songwriter ,dialectician and director
Posted by mike zias at 2:57 pm (PST) on Fri March 10, 2017   
There was also a hypothesis that foul play was at hand. Reeve may have been murdered.
Posted by CJ at 4:51 pm (PST) on Fri January 20, 2017   
@BobMatthews - Because of the popularity of Superman, he was a victem of typecasting and could not get any acting rolls. Depression (and possibly drinking) and he shot himself. Very sad indeed. :(
Posted by Bob Matthews at 12:38 pm (PST) on Fri January 13, 2017   
He had a strange or sad ending, but don't recall the details at the moment.
Posted by Kids TV Kid at 7:35 am (PST) on Mon November 18, 2013   
Mr.Pillsbury..The actor..who played"Clark Kent"/"Superman"in the later feature films..his last name was Reeve..not Reeves.Surprised
Posted by Gary Pillsbury at 1:40 pm (PDT) on Sun May 2, 2010   
George Reeves was a good actor when he did play Superman in the 1950's. I did used to copy him by having my baby blanket pinned around my neck.(The blanket was a light blue.) Guess that goes to show that he was my hero back then. When Christopher Reeves (no relationship to George),I was too old to be doing what I did when George was on the screen.

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