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    Christopher Reeve "Superman III" Costume. Although it's not one of the more highly regarded entries in the Superman movie canon, Superman III features one of the Man of Steel's most memorable movie moments, in which Superman is turned evil by synthetic Kryptonite. He eventually splits into two distinct beings, his corrupt doppelganger and mild-mannered Clark Kent, and the two battle each other to the death in a junkyard. This costume, a slightly darker-colored version of the Super-suit, was worn by Reeve in scenes featuring him as said evil twin. (Ironically, the color scheme is similar to that of the redesigned costume worn by Brandon Routh last year in Superman Returns.) The costume is in Excellent condition, and only the boots and belt are missing.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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