|Above, Jack Larson autographs a comic book for Cisco Sanz-Agero. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
One year ago today, two of the main events for the Superman Celebration took place.
First, the Adventures of Superman plaque dedication was held in Tarzana where a location shoot took place in 1953 involving all of the show's cast members for the episode, "The Man Who Could Read Minds."
|Above, Jack Larson address the plaque dedication ceremony audience. Photo by Steven Kirk.|
|Above, the plaque. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Second, a luncheon was held at the Beverly Garland Hotel in Studio City.
|Above, Jacqueline Hamilton and John Hamilton Jr. talk with Jack Larson at the luncheon. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
|Above, Laura Siegel Larson, daughter of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, addresses the luncheon. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
There was one other event that took place the next day. It was a tour of the Pasadena Playhouse where George Reeves began his acting career.
It was a weekend that fans still are savoring.