Superman III [Widescreen]

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Synopsis

In a major departure from the tone of the preceding two Superman adventure films, this mix of vile deeds and fantasy heroics drops the "S" out of cosmic and goes for comic instead. Right at the starting gate, Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) and a subsequent slapstick sequence upstage (Christopher Reeves again), who later develops an identity crisis. Gorman, newly trained as a computer whiz, starts working for a conglomerate run by the corporate nemesis Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn), intent on world domination. Gorman is sent to Superman's small town of Smallville to wipe out Columbia's coffee crop by fiddling with the computer side of a weather satellite. Clark Kent is in town for his class reunion, leading Superman to clash with Gorman, which in turn, leads Gorman to develop a hybrid red Kryptonite. Unwittingly, since Gorman's wits are always in doubt, the Red Kryptonite causes Superman to split into a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde schizophrenia -- but in two separate bodies. As the evil Superman swaggers around town, megalomaniac Ross Webster has other tricks in mind -- and in one of the more memorable action scenes (interspersed with a video game sequence), Superman is chased through the Grand Canyon by a fast-flying, very determined missile. Lana Lang (Annette O'Toole) is on hand for romantic interest (Margot Kidder only appears briefly -- she was growing tired of Lois Lane). ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Chapter List

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Job hunter Gus Gorman. [2:36]
2. Metropolis Credits and chaos. [5:55]
3. Travel plans. [3:34]
4. Penny Larceny. [2:25]
5. Blazing chemicals. [5:28]
6. A lake-sized miracle. [1:53]
7. Smallville Class of 1965 (Roll over Beethoven [4:36]
8. Lana Lang and the one that got away? [2:08]
9. Complete and utter moron. [2:08]
10. Bowled over. [2:00]
11. Push-button proposition. [5:05]
12. Gus in Smallville. [1:23]
13. Ricky's close call. [4:41]
14. Drinking away the night shift. [2:36]
15. Hacker havoc. [2:21]
16. Stormy weather. [2:29]
17. Rooftop skiing. [2:19]
18. Formula for Kryptonite. [5:23]
19. Key to Smallville. [3:09]
20. Three-star saboteur. [1:00]
21. Too late the hero. [3:35]
22. No more Mr. Nice Guy. [2:38]
23. Gus's pocketful of plans. [3:13]
24. The big spill. [4:03]
25. Young fan's encouragement. [6:46]
26. His own worst enemy. [2:18]
27. Rid of his bad self. [5:55]
28. What a Jukebox! [2:49]
29. Let the games begin. [3:45]
30. Defensive action. [3:02]
31. Lethal green ray. [2:16]
32. Yo-yo to the rescue? [2:39]
33. Attack of the cyberwoman. [2:07]
34. Micro meltdown. [2:09]
35. Gus flies high. [2:12]
36. A ring from Superman. [3:55]
37. New face. [1:46]
38. Lean on Superman. [1:23]
39. End Credits. [1:13]