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Buy It's A Bird ... It's A Plane ... It's Superman (1966 Original Broadway Cast)

It's A Bird ... It's A Plane ... It's Superman (1966 Original Broadway Cast) is a musical with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams.

Musical numbers

Act I

* "Overture" - Orchestra, Superman, Lois
* "Doing Good" - Superman
* "We Need Him" - Company, Lois, Max, Superman
* "It's Superman" - Lois
* "We Don't Matter at All" - Jim, Lois
* "Revenge" - Dr. Sedgwick
* "The Woman for the Man" - Max, Lois
* "You've Got Possibilities" - Sydney
* "What I've Always Wanted" - Lois
* "Ling Dance" - The Flying Lings
* "It's Super Nice" - Company

Act II

* "Entr'acte" - Orchestra
* "So Long Big Guy" - Max
* "The Strongest Man in the World" - Superman
* "Ooh, Do You Love You?" - Sydney
* "You've Got What I Need" - Dr. Sedgwick, Max
* "It's Superman (reprise)" - Lois, Superman, Sydney, Max, The Flying Lings, Jim, Company
* "I'm Not Finished Yet" - Lois
* "Pow! Bam! Zonk!" - Superman, The Flying Lings
* "Finale" - Company

Two of the songs have become notable outside of the musical. One, an instrumental version of the song "It's Superman" was used as the introductory music for all the newscasts on WTOP-TV (Channel 9, now WUSA-TV) in Washington, DC, from 1970 until 1982, when the station was called WDVM. The song "You've Got Possibilities" from the musical was featured in a 2005 TV commercial for Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits.

The Musical itself was turned into a TV special in 1975. It starred David Wilson as Superman/Clark Kent, Lesley Ann Warren as Lois Lane, Loretta Swit as Sydney Carlton, David Wayne as Dr. Abner Sedgwick, and Kenneth Mars as Max Mencken.

1975 TV Special


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