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SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER CO-SIGNED BY: PHYLLIS COATES, JERRY MAREN - HFSID 270936

SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN: PHYLLIS COATES and JERRY MAREN Phyllis Coates and Jerry Maren sign a poster for the movie Superman and the Mole Men. Poster signed: "Phyllis Coates/'Lois Lane'/'52", "Jerry Maren/Moleman"

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SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN: PHYLLIS COATES and JERRY MAREN Phyllis Coates and Jerry Maren sign a poster for the movie Superman and the Mole Men. Poster signed: "Phyllis Coates/'Lois Lane'/'52", "Jerry Maren/Moleman". Color, 24x35½. In this 1951 feature film, an attempt to drill the world's deepest oil well has penetrated the underground home of a race of small, furry people who then come to the surface at night to look around. The townspeople form a mob intent on killing the strange people. Only Superman (George Reeves) has a chance to prevent a tragedy. The film was later seen as the two-part "Unknown People" episode on the classic Superman TV series. Phyllis COATES  played reporter Lois Lane, a role which carried over to first season of the TV series Superman (1952-1953). She continued TV guest spots, and Western and horror films into the 1960s, with occasional appearances thereafter. In the 1990s, she returned to the new Superman TV series Lois and Clark as Lois Lane's mother! After his film debut as leader of the Lollipop Guild in The Wizard of Oz (1939), Maren (1920-2018) appeared that same year in two other movies calling for midgets: Our Gang's Tiny Troubles and the Marx Brothers' At the Circus. He played Buster Brown in ads for the shoe company of the same name and threw confetti at the end of TV's Gong Show (1976-1978). He also appeared in an un credited role as a Mole Man in the 1951 Superman movie Superman and the Mole-Men and worked as a Little Oscar for Oscar Mayer & Co. in the 1950's. A quarter century after his first films, he starred in Little Cigars (1973). Rolled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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