Legends of the Superheroes Now on DVD!

Posted: 8th October 2010 by lotshwp in Uncategorized

Warner Bros. just announced that you can pre-order the Legends of the Superheroes on DVD!

Want to see what the cover of the DVD box will look like? Here it is. New Legends of the Superheroes DVD Box Cover! Check out this out:

Legends of the Superheroes Box Cover

Legends of the Superheroes Box Cover

Click here to go to the Warner Bros. site

Now you can see both episodes – with hopefully some bonus features – of the long awaited title. No more downloading from YouTube or other less-than-reliable sources. The quality has got to be better than anything we have seen up to now.

More details to follow as they become available.

But the wait is over for die-hard Legends of the Superheroes fans!

Legends of the Superheroes

Posted: 25th July 2010 by lotshwp in 1979

What is Legends of the Superheroes?

It is one of the all-time classics of bad television. Two episodes were created in 1979 and shown on NBC. For years it has been hidden away in the vaults.

This short-lived series depicts several of the well know characters that were active back in the 60′s and 70′s. Included are:

The narrator is Gary Owens (remember Laugh-In?) and of course Ed McMahan as the host of the roast.

See the full cast here.

Is it worth seeing?  Only if you liked the 1960′s Batman TV series.

If you are a fan of the more recent Batman movies, this may be more than you can take.

The first episode is the called “The Challenge”.   In this hour-long episode, the cast reunites in the Batcave to celebrate Scarlet Cyclone’s birthday. The Legion of Doom shows up to disrupt the party. They are sent on a bomb-diffusing escapade. You can guess the outcome.

The second episode is also an hour long, being a “Roast” format for Batman.  Of course the host is Ed McMahon. Each of the characters gets a chance to play to their audience.  At times this could be painful; but if you think of the times it is pretty amazing that they were able to pull this off.

But we think that is worth watching. If only to remind you how far things have come.

Or maybe it should be kept buried in the Batcave for good.

Other Links for the Legends of the Superheros:

IMDB Listing for The Legends of the Superheroes TV Show

Other sites from IMDB

Wikipedia article on the Legends of the Superheroes

Legends of the Superheroes

Legends of the Superheroes

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DC Comics 75th Anniversary Soundtrack

DC Comics 75th Anniversary Soundtrack

The Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection celebrates highlights of DC Comic s rich musical history including many rare theme songs that have never before been released. The compilation begins in 1941 with the theme song from Max Fleischer s Academy Award Nominated Superman Cartoons and moves through the decades.

Theme songs from the DC Superhero Filmation cartoons from the 1960s including Justice League and Green Lantern are featured alongside the most recent Justice League and Green Lantern themes produced by WB Animation in the 2000 s. The 1970 s are represented by Hanna Barbera s Super Friends cartoons as well as the theme from the legendary Wonder Woman series starring Lynda Carter.

Other highlights include DC superhero themes from John Williams, Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer and, of course, the unforgettable theme to the 1966 Batman TV Show starring Adam West……Nah Nah Nah Nah Batman!!

Check out #19: The soundtrack from the Legends of the Superheroes!

Release Date: September 28, 2010

Track Listings

  1. Superman March (Sammy Timberg)
  2. Theme From Superman [Album Version] (John Williams)
  3. The New Adventures of Superman (John Gart)
  4. Lois and Clark/The New Adventures of Superman (John Gruska)
  5. The Adventures of Superboy (John Gart)
  6. Superboy (Kevin Kiner)
  7. Smallville Season 8 [End Title] (Louis Febre)
  8. Batman: The Electrical Brain (Lee Zahler)
  9. The Batman Theme [Album Version] (Danny Elfman)
  10. The Adventures of Batman (John Gart)
  11. Batman TV Series Theme (Neil Hefti)
  12. Batman: The Brave and the Bold Theme (Andy Sturmer)
  13. Batman Beyond [Main Title] (Kristopher Carter)
  14. Molossus from Batman Begins (Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard)
  15. Justice League of America (John Gart)
  16. Super Friends (Hoyt Curtin)
  17. The All New Super Friends Hour (Hoyt Curtin)
  18. Justice League Unlimited Theme (Michael McCuiston)
  19. Legends of the Superheroes (Fred Werner)
  20. The Teen Titans (John Gart)
  21. Aquaman (John Gart)
  22. Swamp Thing (Christopher Stone)
  23. Shazam (Jeff Michael and Yvette H. Blais)
  24. The Flash (John Gart)
  25. Green Lantern (John Gart)
  26. Green Lantern First Flight (Robert J. Kral)
  27. The Atom (John Gart)
  28. Hawkman (John Gart)
  29. Plastic Man Comedy Adventure Show (Dean Elliot)
  30. Wonder Woman The Animated Movie [End Title] (Christopher Drake)
  31. Wonder Woman (Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel)

Buy it now on Amazon here:

Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection

Pretty Maids All in a Row

Posted: 1st October 2010 by lotshwp in Movies
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Pretty Maids All in a Row

Check this one out. Rock Hudson is Tiger McDrew checking out the girls in the school. Angie Dickinson is Miss Betty Smith – the teacher every boy wishes they would have had in high school. And John David Carson is Ponce de Leon Harper – the student with just one thing on his mind.

Who makes up this stuff? Oh yeah, it was from the mind of Gene Roddenberry. After Star Trek.

And the rest of the cast includes Telly Savalas, Roddy McDowall, and Keenan Wynn.

This is worth watching just to see what happens to the female students. Sometimes fiction is stranger than fact.


Oceanfront High School student Ponce de Leon Harper (John David Carson) is obsessed with sex. Fortunately, he meets lots of girls. Unfortunately, they all end up dead.

Written and produced by post-Star Trek Gene Roddenberry, and directed by Roger Vadim (Barbarella), Pretty Maids All in a Row is an outrageous, head spinning, flower-powered dark comedy/sex comedy/murder mystery that could only be produced in a decade like the 70s.

Playing a randy football coach, Rock Hudson headlines a top cast that includes Angie Dickinson as a sexy substitute teacher and Telly Savalas as a savvy homicide cop -sans lollipop. Sci-fi fans should look for appearances by Roddy McDowall (Planet of the Apes) as the High School Principal, and James Doohan (“Scotty” from Star Trek) as a State Trooper. If that’s not enough, imagine the film’s opening soundtrack featuring Chilly Winds, a song by the Osmonds. With everybody doin’ it in this whodunit, Pretty Maids all in a Row needs to be seen to be believed.

To buy this one-of-a-kind movie:

Click on this image below then you can search on the site or just use any of the links titled “Warner Archive” and you will see this movie:
Click for the Warner Bros. Online Shop-WBShop.com

And free shipping has been extended through October!

  • Studio: Warner Bros.
  • Screen Aspect: 16 X 9 FULL FRAME
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Packaging Type: Amaray Case
  • Copyright: © 1971 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Genre: Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Pretty Maids All in a Row DVD

Pretty Maids All in a Row DVD