Thursday, June 14, 2012
Look who dropped in at Iverson: It's a bird, it's a plane, it's ... George Reeves in the 1950s TV series "Adventures of Superman"
Notch Rock — part of a distinctive set of rock towers that have been called Easter Island or the Totem Rocks.
Wrench Rock filling up much of the right half of the shot. (Update: It's not a plot hole after all. Thanks to "Superman" fan Steve Brant, who explained how it works. See comments.)
the Tomb on the left and a portion of the Slates on the right.
the Cliff, also known as the T-Cliff. The whole Iverson sequence is shot in one small area.
I'm still a novice with "Adventures of Superman," but I've heard season two is the best for Iverson content. The above Amazon links represent the full six-season run of the show, including one set that's just season two — it's the second of the four links above.