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  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Studio: Warner Brothers UK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004MYF6YK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,103 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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For the Superman completist, a bumper collection of all five films in the Superman saga. Superman: The Movie sees the birth of a legend as we are introduced to the titular superhero and his Kryptonian origins. Also included is the expanded edition, which features an additional eight minutes of screen time. This is followed by Superman II, in which our boy in blue must do battle with three escaped super criminals bent on destroying the earth. Presented here in both its theatrical and director's cut versions, the latter is expanded by an alternate beginning and ending, as well as 15 minutes of restored footage of Marlon Brando as Jor-El. In the third instalment in the franchise, Superman III, Superman learns of his Achilles heel when he is exposed to kryptonite. The penultimate Superman IV - The Quest for Peace sees the Man of Steel take on Nuclear Man, culminating in an explosive showdown of epic proportions. When the Super One returns to Earth in Superman Returns, he discovers that the woman he loves, Lois Lane, has moved on with her life, and must figure out how to protect a world that has learned to survive without him.

Customer Reviews

Set comes in a great box complete with 8 discs all of which look amazing.
Chris In Raleigh
This is a great box set, and the quality of the movies look and sound great on blu-ray and an HD flat panel.
John Edward
All in all if you are a huge fan of Superman or you just enjoy these movies this is a must have!
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116 of 125 people found the following review helpful By David J. Brown on June 7, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Finally, the original Superman series hits Blu ray. I still don't get why this didn't happen way back in 2006 when the dvd set came out. All we got were a poor transfer of the extended version of the first film, a great transfer of the Donner Cut of part 2, and a fairly poor transfer of Superman Returns. Here we get 'em all, plus they are all new transfers from the previous releases making it beyond worth picking up.

All, and I mean ALL, the special features from the previous dvd set is included in this eight blu ray disc box set. Now maybe someone out there can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall, on the box set dvd or the blu ray, the previous releases of Superman Returns having the deleted scene of Superman returning the barron and destroyed planet Krypton searching for life in his crystal spaceship. I've never seen this five minutes sequence before in my life. I've only seen snippets of it on the theatrical trailers for the film. Well, I got to see it for the first time today. While Returns is no great film, this scene should have been left in. It would've opened the film up more. Even weirder is this scene is completely finished. All the effects are GREAT and finished and polished. I can't believe they cut this scene. Hell, there were even action figures made of Superman's space suit and his ship back in 2006 for a sequence that was never even seen by mainstream film goers. Whatever. All the other deleted scenes and extended cuts are here too. All the films have their commentaries included, except Returns which never had one unfortunately.

Of course some of the special features are repetitive. The commentaries repeat some of the info give in the featurettes and documentaries. Back in 2001 a box set for the first four films was released on dvd.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By The Red-Blue Blur on June 12, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I was really excited to see the never-before-released "Return to Krypton" sequence from "Superman Returns," but I know there are still several deleted scenes from "Superman: The Movie," Superman II," and "Superman III" which have NEVER been released anywhere that I know of. What's the reasoning behind this? In "The Movie," from what I've heard there was a scene from a TV version where Jonathan and Martha Kent are talking in the truck about their lives right before the meteor lands. There was also an extended scene between young Clark Kent and Lana Lang with Jeff East's original voice not dubbed (this one can be seen on Youtube). In "Superman II," there's a cut scene where the young boy from the town the villains invade jumps on a white pony and tries to escape, then General Zod said "I said NO ONE LEAVES!" and Non throws a police car siren at the boy, killing him. Part of this scene appeared in the documentary "You Will Believe" included on the set, but not all of it. There are also several other scenes that were shown in previous TV versions, such as two pilots on an airplane seeing Superman fly by. In "Superman III," it would have been nice to include the original opening title sequence which took place in outer space (this is also viewable on Youtube). From "Superman Returns," we're still missing the scene where young Clark discovers the crystals in the barn (a clip was seen in the trailer), Clark Kent hiding his Superman outfit in a janitor's closet at the Daily Planet, and a meeting between Perry White and Superman on the street (this was shown in a TV version). I guess we'll never be able to have any of these scenes on an actual disc to enjoy over and over again. :-(
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 2, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
For the Superman completist, a bumper collection of all five films in the Superman saga.

Superman: The Movie - Special Edition sees the birth of a legend as we are introduced to the titular superhero and his Kryptonian origins. Also included is the expanded edition, which features an additional eight minutes of screen time.

This is followed by Superman II - Special Edition in which our boy in blue must do battle with three escaped super criminals bent on destroying the earth. Presented here in both its theatrical and director's cut versions, the latter is expanded by an alternate beginning and ending, as well as 15 minutes of restored footage of Marlon Brando as Jor-El.

In the third instalment in the franchise, Superman III - Deluxe Edition, Superman learns of his Achilles heel when he is exposed to kryptonite.

The penultimate Superman IV - The Quest For Peace sees the Man of Steel take on Nuclear Man, culminating in an explosive showdown of epic proportions.

When the Super One returns to Earth in Superman Returns - Special Edition, he discovers that the woman he loves, Lois Lane, has moved on with her life, and must figure out how to protect a world that has learned to survive without him.

Special Features

Over 20 Hours of Bonus Features
Featuring the full length You will believe: The cinematic saga of superman ~ Look, up in the sky! The amazing story of superman
Informative Documentaries
TV Specials
George Reeve in Superman and the mole-men
The complete fleischer/famous studios 1940s superman cartoons
Film Maker commentaries
Rare TV Pilot
Featurettes

Disc 1 - Superman the Movie: Original theatrical release.
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