Thursday, June 14, 2012
Look who dropped in on the Iverson Ranch: 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 have yet to become an expert on "The Adventures of Superman," but I've heard season two is the best for Iverson content. Above are some Amazon links (updated in late 2018), where you can find a complete DVD set of all six seasons of the show (the first link) along with various Amazon rental and digital purchase options.
Posted by Swami Nano at 12:12 AM