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  1. Jul 24, 1987 · The two super-powered foes clash in an explosive screen extranvaganza that sees Superman save the Statue of Liberty, repulse a volcanic eruption of Mount Etna, rebuild the demolished Great Wall of China and perform many more spetactular feats. Written by Robert Lynch <> Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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    • Sidney J. Furie
    • PG
    • 1 min
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  3. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace - Wikipedia

    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace is a 1987 British-American superhero film directed by Sidney J. Furie and written by Lawrence Konner and Mark Rosenthal from a story by Christopher Reeve, Konner, and Rosenthal based on the DC Comics character Superman.

  4. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) - Rotten Tomatoes

    "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace," a confused and cheap-looking movie that evidently was butchered in the editing room, would be better titled "Superman Farce: The Search for a Quick Buck."

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  5. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (Movie) - DC Database
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    Featured Characters: 1. Superman (Clark Kent) (Final appearance) Supporting Characters: 1. David Warfield (Single appearance) 2. Jeremy (Single appearance) 3. Jimmy Olsen (Final appearance) 4. Lacy Warfield (Single appearance) 5. Lois Lane (Final appearance) 6. Perry White (Final appearance) Antagonists: 1. Lex Luthor (Final appearance) 2. Nuclear Man (Only appearance; dies) 3. Lenny Luthor (Single appearance) 4. Harry Howler (Single appearance) 5. Jean Pierre DuBois (Single appearance) 6. General Romoff (Single appearance) Other Characters: 1. Lara (Voice only) 2. Mr. Hornsby (Single appearance) 3. Jonathan Kent (Mentioned only) 4. President of the United States (On a TV or computer screen) Locations: 1. Earth's Moon 2. Fortress of Solitude 3. Metropolis 3.1. Daily Planet 4. New York City 4.1. United Nations Building 5. Smallville 5.1. Kent Farm 6. China 6.1. Great Wall of China 7. Italy Items: Vehicles: 1. Kryptonian Rocket

    After Superman rescues cosmonauts floating in space without oxygen, he returns to Earth as Clark Kent to deal with selling his family farm after his foster mother Martha Kent's death, finding an energy module in the star ship that brought him to earth that the voice of his birth mother Lara says can only be used once. Following that, he returns to Metropolis to find that the Daily Planet has been bought out by the tabloid tycoon David Warfield, and that Perry White has been replaced as its editor by David's daughter Lacy, who starts making advances toward Clark despite Lois' warnings that Clark is "the oldest Boy Scout". Soon the President of the United States makes a speech on television that peace talks between the United States and the Soviet Union have failed and that they are now considering building up nuclear defenses for possible war. Jeremy, an elementary school student whose class was watching this speech, is motivated to write a letter to Superman, saying if he could dest...

    Christopher Reeve as Superman/Clark Kent
    Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor
    Jon Cryer as Lenny Luthor
    Mark Pillow as Nuclear Man (voiced by Gene Hackman)
    The movie actually has a number of scenes and plot points removed or rearranged. One of the biggest ones was that the Nuclear Man that Superman faced in the final cut was actually the second Nuclea...
    Superman's last line to Lex Luthor was "See you in 20." Incidentally, it would take almost 20 years before the two would see each other again on the big screen, with Superman Returns.
  6. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  7. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Reviews - Metacritic

    Mar 6, 2016 Appearing in 1987, when most assumed that the series had been put to rest, Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, with a story dreamed up in part by Reeve, plays like the unholy union of a PSA and the WWF. Stirred by a schoolboy's letter, Reeve decides to rid the world of nuclear weapons by

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    • Sidney J. Furie
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  8. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Movie Review

    What parents need to know Parents need to know that this Superman IV: The Quest for Peace is No. 4 in the late-1970s-to-1980s movie series that featured the amiable Christopher Reeve as the 1930s cartoon superhero.

  9. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) - Stream and Watch ...

    Released July 24th, 1987, 'Superman IV: The Quest for Peace' stars Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman, Jackie Cooper The PG movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 30 min, and received a user...

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