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Superman Screenshot of the Day

Superman and Sparkle Toothpaste

Early product placement? Nope. It's actually the lead-up to a prank.

In this episode of “The New Adventures of Superman” from 1966, the toothpaste in the billboard becomes three-dimensional and plops down on the Man of Steel--the result of the dastardly work of the Toy Man!

By the way, check out how muscle-bound Superman is here. Women talk up the unrealistic media depictions of women, but men don't always have it easy either. Dude's biceps are bigger than his head.


Posted at 01:07 PM on Tue. May 28, 2013 in category Superman Screenshot of the Day  
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