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    Superman and the Mole Men (Lippert, 1951). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    This card # 3 from Superman's first feature film that wasn't in serial format, is one of our favorites. It has Superman rescuing one of the Mole Men, while they display one of the funniest low budget props ever in films. The prop man took a 1940s Electrolux vacuum cleaner and stuck an oil funnel on the end of it and made a "laser" gun! The film was shot in twelve days on the backlot but still holds up quite well. That's Jerry Maren on the the left of the card, the Munchkin in The Wizard of Oz that hands Judy Garland her giant lollipop. There was a scratch through the image across the top part of the card, but professional color touchup has made it almost imperceptible. The card displays nicely. Fine+.


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