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The Max Fleischer Superman Cartoons were produced by Paramount Pictures, Fleischer Studios, and Famous Studios (who did the .final eight cartoons). These 17 classic cartoons were originally shown in movie theaters, preceeding the main feature, from 1941-1943.

Considered expensive at the time, the first cartoon cost a whopping $50,000 to make, and the other 16 cartoons in .the series were budgeted at just $30,000 each. Expensive? By today's standards, that's practically free!

The cartoons ran an average of just 15 minutes, and each adventure opened with this stirring legend: "This amazing stranger from the planet Krypton, the Man of Steel, Superman! Possessing remarkable physical strength, Superman fights a never-ending battle for truth and justice, disguised as a mild-mannered newspaper reporter, Clark Kent."

Today, DIAL B for BLOG features a scene from each of the 17 cartoons, created using Robby's now-famous miracle technique -- SUPERMAN-IMOTION! Up, up and away...

SUPERMAN (September 26, 1941)

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THE MECHANICAL MONSTERS (November 28, 1941)

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BILLION DOLLAR LIMITED (January 9, 1942)

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THE ARCTIC GIANT (February 27, 1942)

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THE BULLETEERS (March 27, 1942)

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THE MAGNETIC TELESCOPE (April 24, 1942)

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ELECTRIC EARTHQUAKE (May 15, 1942 )

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VOLCANO (July 10, 1942)

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TERROR ON THE MIDWAY (August 28, 1942)

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JAPOTEURS (September 18, 1942)

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SHOWDOWN (October 16, 1942)

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ELEVENTH HOUR (November 20, 1942)

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DESTRUCTION, INC. (December 25, 1942)

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THE MUMMY STRIKES (February 19, 1943)

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JUNGLE DRUMS (March 26, 1943)

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THE UNDERGROUND WORLD (June 18, 1943)

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SECRET AGENT (July 30, 1943)

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