"Lois Clarke could always be a gag amalgam of Lewis and Clark. I've never seen the film (despite my swooning over Kerr in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp). Is the side character in any way an explorer?"
"The IMDB says the name Lois Clarke was used in the 1939 version, Love Affair, but doesn't list a Miss Lane.
Wikipedia says Love Affair was released April 7, 1939. I don't know enough about 1930s Hollywood to infer when the script was…"
I was watching the classic tear jerker "An Affair to Remember" with my wife during the recent Holiday Season! The one with Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. Anyway I noticed at least two Superman referrences in this movie! One of the side characters is named "Lois Clark." Later there is a mention of a "Miss Lane." I looked this up but could find nothing on it. Is this just a fluke or was it done on purpose? Thanks JoeSee More
"....OK....I know that no one can lift Thor's Hammer except for Thor and Jane Foster! Or anyone who is pure and innocent....so how can the Trolls take it even with the help of a devise? Even the Hulk cannot pick up Thor's…"
"...Sometimes the cover depiction had nothing to do with the story....as a 10 to 12 year old I would see comics that interested me but would flip thru them quickly to see if any panels stood out....doing this method I put a lot of comics back on the…"
"...Sorry I wasn't sure since I do not post very often on any comic type forums except for this one! So if Spoiler is not in the title of the thread then it is proper procedure to announce "Spoiler"??"
".....SPOILERS.....Of the 8 shows I have seen MacGyver and Bull and liked them both! Usually if the Critic says a show is bad then I usually wind up really liking it! MacGyver was criticised for not being a fresh approach....well since…"
"Hey David! You tempt me to track down a copy of Petticoat Junction #4 now just to find out what is going on with that crazy cover! Of course...I have read many comics whose cover had nothing to do with the on going story inside that…"
"...SPOILERS....There is a scene that Superman is telling Hank Hensaw that he would have no dealings with the DEO due to them holding onto Kryptonite (for experiments?) One can tell that Superman and Hank were cold to each other! Is this…"
"....SPOILERS.... I also liked the scene where Clark is talking on the phone to Perry White! Clark mentions to Perry that he says "Great Caesars Ghost" a lot! I know that this was a salute to all of the silver age fans who knows this…"