Superman III Movie Minute #4 – Oh, It’s You


Fire and Water Network All-Stars Chris Franklin and Rob Kelly are back with SUPERMAN III MOVIE MINUTE, where they analyze, scrutinize, and you'll-believe-a-man-can-fly-ize the Man of Steel's third big screen adventure starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Annette O'Toole, and Robert Vaughn, five minutes at a time!

In minutes 15:00-20:00, Superman helps put out a fire at a Smallville chemical planet.

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4 responses to “Superman III Movie Minute #4 – Oh, It’s You

  1. These few minutes give us some great Superman action. A deadly fire that may escalate into a true catastrophe if not for the involvement on The Man of Steel. One thing that’s always bothered me though, is the scientist’s refusal to allow Superman to evacuate him. Why? So he can continue to “monitor the acid”? Is there something he can do if the acid over heats?
    It doesn’t appear so. Why stay if all he can do is hope the acid doesn’t vaporize? Whatever is going to happen is going to happen whether or not he’s watching it happen! How about leaving to WARN the fire department about this possible disaster so they can concentrate on protecting those chemicals and/or evacuating as many people as possible from the area.
    Fortunately Superman was there to save the day, otherwise this scientist’s idiocy would have caused more havoc than The Phantom Zoners.
    As for Superman not using his breath to blow out the flames, maybe he was afraid it would also knock over the acid containers, or maybe concerned about what might happen if the acid cooled too quickly.
    Anyhow. Thanks for another great break down of another five minutes of the cinematic escapades of Superman

  2. The most distinctive feature about Shane Rimmer to me is him voice. That’s probably because I was introduced to Thunderbirds at a very young age where he played Scott Tracy, pilot of Thunderbird 1.

  3. I wonder how physics works in this universe? Jimmy Olsen falls 12 feet off a ladder and breaks his leg, but Gus Gorman skis off a 100 story building and walks away without a scratch.

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