Bob Lowden's popular arrangement of the famous "Superman" themes is paired with the 1941 animated short, "Mechanical Monsters." Produced by Fleischer Studios, the story features Superman battling a mad scientist with a small army of robots at his command. It was originally released by Paramount Pictures on November 28, 1941. This is the second of 17 animated shorts produced by Fliescher Studios (later under the name Famous Studios). This film marks the first time in any media that Clark Kent uses a phone booth to change into Superman. It is also the only Fleischer film in which Superman uses his X-ray vision.
1. Synchronized Film
FILM: "Mechanical Monsters" by Fleischer Studios (1941), re-edit by Ion Concert Media (2017)
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