Vera Evans: This stuff just reminds me of why Superman (1978) will ALWAYS be my
favorite movie. What Richard Donner and John Williams did to that film is
Rick Shad ow: LOL at the running shots from behind.
Tim Page: mmmmm a heterosexual teen boy who turns into homo in a red leotard at the
utterance of a secrete gay word.
Elijah Moua: this is goofy lol
MrJacMac1986: why doesnt he just fly low to catch the plane?
Jeff W: This show was even better than the comic!
ProjectFlashlight612: Wow. That's...pretty bad.
JBofBrisbane: Cessna 152?
Tk magnus: This was one of my few favorite episodes. Low budget and not cheesy. At
least we had better things to watch on television than today. And Jackson
Bostwick was much better Captain Marvel than John Davey. The unlawful
firing of bostwick killed the show.
turbotime1964: To this day, I think is the best Shazam transformation ever depicted. Not
even today's animation come close. The fact that this is 30 years ago and
live action makes it even more amazing.
ACLTony: Yes, but for an incredibly low budget it wasn't bad for the early 70s. Cool
factor in that Jackson, (Captain Marvel) who was a martial arts expert, did
his own stunts.
JENDALL714: I think that Indian is the one who they forgot to put a sponge on his head
in The Green Mile.
SuperHalofan1337: i agree, plus i didn't know he was a martial arts expert thanks
personM4N: :44 - how I look when I end up jogging in the same direction a few paces
behind a cute girl
godlydaddy: One of the few times we got to see the speed of Mercury in action on this
show. Usually, he just flew and used super strength.
Luis E Suarez: If u love dc comics and everything that they create u got love captain
marvel he is amazing.that unforgettable phrase shazam is part of American
SuperHalofan1337: lol so cheezy but that was top telivision back in the day