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  2. Superman III (1983) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

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    Superman III (1983) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  3. Superman III (1983) - IMDb

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    Jun 17, 1983 · Directed by Richard Lester. With Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder, Jackie Cooper. Synthetic kryptonite laced with tar splits Superman in two: good Clark Kent and bad Man of Steel.

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    • Richard Lester
    • PG
    • 3 min
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  6. Superman III - Wikipedia

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    Superman III is a 1983 superhero film directed by Richard Lester from a screenplay by David Newman and Leslie Newman based on the DC Comics character Superman. It is the third installment in the Superman film series and a sequel to Superman II (1980).

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  8. Superman III (1983) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Computer programmer Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) is hired by financial tycoon Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn) to seize control of a weather satellite and annihilate Colombia's coffee crop. When Superman...

    • (53)
    • sci fi, fantasy, adventure, action
    • PG
  9. Superman III | Superman Wiki | Fandom

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    In this third installment, a computer genius named Gus Gorman (Pryor) is brought into the employ of Ross Webster (Vaughn), who has designs on ruling the world. However, all of his schemes are thwarted by Superman. Webster then orders Gorman to use his computer knowledge to create synthetic Kryptonite after remembering a Daily Planet story about the last original chunk disappearing years earlier after falling to Earth. (Whether Webster is referring to the Kryptonite robbery in Superman is uncl...

    The total domestic box office gross (not adjusted for inflation) for Superman III was $59,950,623. Thus, it was considered a major financial disappointment, since the first two movies each grossed over $100 million domestically. Besides a considerably poor feedback from the audience themselves, what also likely hurt the box office performance was the fact that Superman III was released during the same summer as Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and the James Bond films Octopussy and Ne...

    The musical score was composed and conducted by Ken Thorne, using the Superman theme composed by John Williams. To capitalize on the popularity of synthesizer pop, Giorgio Moroder was hired to create songs for the film (though interestingly enough, their use in the film is minimal.) 1. Main Title (The Streets of Metropolis) 5:23 2. Saving The Factory-The Acid Test 6:09 3. Gus Finds a Way :58 4. The Two Faces of Superman 2:50 5. The Struggle Within-Final Victory 4:16 6. Rock On - Marshall Cren...

    Superman III was released on June 17, 1983 with a running time of 123 minutes in the United States and 117 minutes in the United Kingdom. The extended cut was first shown on ABC in 1986 with an extra 20 minutes of added footage (thus, making the running time 143 minutes). Just like with the previous two Superman movies, the television edition of Superman III was produced by Alexander Salkind's company. Until recently, this version had been distributed in American television syndication as par...

    The computer program that Gus Gorman created, which took the fractions of cents left over from financial transactions and interest compounding and transferred them to a dummy account, is actually a reasonable way to steal if security has been compromised. Most people do not manually balance their own books, and would thus not notice the missing penny. However, many corporations employ supercomputers that check for embezzling and also look for this action as well. Although some businesses do n...

    1. The original title of the film was Superman Versus Superman. 1. 20 years after playing Lana Lang in Superman III, Annette O'Toole went on to play Martha Kent (Superman's adoptive mother) on the television series Smallville. 1. The program Gus creates in the beginning that is supposedly impossible is just a series of PRINT statements when Gus lists it. 1. The scenes in which Superman straightens the Leaning Tower of Pisa and then leans it back in the end were originally planned to be shot...

  10. Superman III (1983) - Rotten Tomatoes - Movie Trailers

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    Computer programmer Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) is hired by financial tycoon Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn) to seize control of a weather satellite and annihilate Colombia's coffee crop. When Superman...

    • (53)
    • adventure, fantasy, action, sci fi
    • PG
  11. superman III is a perfect sunday afternoon film, an escape into early 80s cyber technology, an earnest and pure slice of cinema that can never be taken away from us. no matter how shitty the state of superhero universes get, at some point in time, clark kent ate dog food and that's all you need to keep telling yourself when snyder's making him ...

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