Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman/Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman (DVD)

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Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman
Look, Up in the Sky dvd.jpg
Release Date June 20, 2006
Format DVD
Region 1
Distributor Warner Home Video
Disc Count 1
Episode Count 1
Running Time 110 minutes
Retail Price $14.99
Video Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles French
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Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman is a DVD produced by Warner Home Video and released on June 20, 2006.

Contents

Overview

The story of Superman from the earliest comics by Jerome Siegel and Joseph Shuster through the television series Smallville and the motion picture Superman Returns. Featuring interviews from actors who played the characters, staff members at DC comics, and celebrity fans.

Disc Breakdown

Scene Selection

  1. The Man Of Steel
  2. Jerry And Joe
  3. On The Radio
  4. An Animated Hero
  5. The Atomic Age
  6. Superman On TV
  7. Superman Meets Lucy
  8. The Death Of A Hero
  9. Desperate Times, Desperate Measures
  10. Power! Zap! Zowie!
  11. A Mythic Messiah
  12. A New Hero For A New Generation
  13. Looking For Lois
  14. A Problem Production
  15. A Man Can Fly
  16. Superman II
  17. Superman III
  18. Superman IV
  19. Superboy
  20. The Big Announcement
  21. The Death Of Superman
  22. Lois And Clark
  23. Down The Aisle
  24. Animated Adventures
  25. Smallville
  26. The New Heroes
  27. No Tights, No Flights
  28. Farewell To A Hero
  29. Pitch Man Of Steel
  30. A Never-Ending Battle
  31. New Heroes For A New Age
  32. Superman Returns
  33. The American Dream

Special Features

  • Twelve Bryan Singer video journals on the 2-Disc Limited Edition.
  • Poster prints: Postcard sized reprints of the movie posters available on the 2-Disc Limited Edition.

Easter Eggs

  • There are no easter eggs on this DVD set.

Alterations

  • This is the full length (110 minute) documentary. The A&E special ran for 2 hours, including commercials, for a total time of around 90 minutes.