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Monday, 28 November 2011

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anon mousie

"watching men get changed isn't an inherently interesting activity"

I beg to differ!

JimtheFish

[Quote]Note that Richard Donner's American version of making manifest the hero's heroism involves stripping in public, entering a random office building, and emerging in jammies and a cape.[/Quote]

This is incorrect. Stripping in public is not a Richard Donner creation as Superman has many times stripped in a public place. Public phonebooths even with doors constitutes stripping in public. Superman has many times prior to Richard Donner's film changed clothes even outside a phonebooth and in public places in the comic books.

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