Welcome everyone! In our show we talk about all sorts of hero related things. We focus primarily on the Super Hero TV shows of the 70s - 90s but we also cover The classic Superman series of the 50s, The Legendary Batman Series of the 60's as well as movie and radio serials of the 40s - 50s featuring Tarzan & The Lone Ranger. PLUS cartoons, the Power Records sets of the 70s and much more! If it involves a hero (Super Or Otherwise) we'll probably talk about it at some time! So what are you waiting for? Go like our page and start listening today! We post new shows every other Saturday morning!
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Episode #3 - A CONVERSATION WITH BURT WARD ("Robin" from the 1960s TV series "Batman")
In this episode the boys discuss one of the most popular kids Saturday morning TV shows in the early 1970's, SHAZAM! The series premiered in 1974 and ran through 1977, starring Michael Gray (Billy Batson), Les Tremayne (Mentor), Jackson Bostwick (Captain Marvel, Season 1) and John Davey (Captain Marvel, Seasons 2 and 3). Mixing action, adventure, and even a learning moral for kids at the end of each episode, SHAZAM! was a hit for young boys and girls in the 70's!
Look, up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane! IT'S SUPERMAN!
For an entire generation of people around the world from the 50s -70s, there was only one Man Of Steel... George Reeves! This week, Peter and Pete discuss the life and legacy of George Reeves, TVs SUPERMAN! From his Motion Picture debut in "Gone With The Wind", to his iconic role as SUPERMAN, this week's guest, pop culturist and Reeves expert John Field will answer many of the questions people have asked about George Reeves over the years.
John Field is widely regarded in the entertainment industry as one of the most knowledgeable Reeves experts in the world. When Warner Brothers were putting together special documentary featurettes for the their DVD box set releases of the complete series of "The Adventures Of SUPERMAN" in 2006, Lois Lane herself, (Noel Neil) personally recommended John to the producers for his vast knowledge of the show and George's life.
John is the founder of The George Reeves Appreciation Society: https://www.facebook.com/groups/438979222781988/
Show your love for George Reeves by getting a George Reeves Appreciation Society T-Shirt at: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/5352947-george-reeves-appreciation-society
Burt Ward has rescued more that 15,500 dogs and has created a special dog and puppy food along with a special feeding and care program that is helping dogs live longer, healthier and happier lives! Dogs eating "Gentle Giants" dog and puppy food and following "Gentle Giants" special feeding and care program are living as long as 27 active and healthy years. You can learn more at www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com
In this episode, Pete and Pete get the opportunity to speak with Burt Ward about his upcoming "Hollywood Walk-Of-Fame" presentation as he gets his well-deserved star. They also speak to him about his love of dogs, and his incredible line of dog and puppy food! And of course, they finish off with a conversation about "Batman - 66" and his relationship with co-star Adam West (Batman).
Join Peter Alden and Pete Gould as they relive some Christmas memories, share two Power Records Christmas episodes of The Six Million Dollar Man and wind it all up with a very special Christmas treat! They will listen along with you and comment on three...UNIQUE Power Records Christmas episodes featuring, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman. You may want to start drinking your Egg-Nog early for this one!
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!
In this episode, we continue our deep look into the 1970's phenomena of Power Records. These were audio stories with full casts, music and, in some cases, a comic book to read along with the story. Power Records held licensing for DC and Marvel Comics as well as TV shows The Six Million Dollar Man, Star Trek, Planet Of The Apes and Kojak (among others). In this second part we focus on the TV series inspired stories that also made up much of the franchises offerings. THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: The Haiti Connection, and STAR TREK: The Crier In Emptiness!
In this, first official episode of our podcast, we take a deep look into the 1970's phenomena of Power Records. These were audio stories with full casts, music and, in some cases, a comic book to read along with the story. Power Records held licensing for DC and Marvel Comics as well as TV shows The Six Million Dollar Man, Star Trek, Planet Of The Apes and Kojak (among others). In this first part we take a look at, what have been considered two of the best stories they created. BATMAN: Stacked Cards, and SPIDERMAN: The Mark Of The Man-Wolf.
Welcome Superhero fans! In this, our pilot episode, your hosts Peter Alden and Pete Gould will give you an overview of the type of show this is! In this episode they discuss the many 'types' of Superheroes, what will be considered a 'Superhero' for the purposes of our podcast, what types of shows and genres we will be delving into, and so much more!
Join us, won't you? You know you want to!