The first man to provide the voice for Superman on the original 1940's radio program was born Clayton Johnson Heermance Jr. on June 18th, 1908 in Manhattan, New York.
A special actor was required to pull off the role of the dynamic Man of Steel and the mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent.
Producers Bob Maxwell aand Frank Chase found such a performer in Mr. Heermance who now went by the name of Clayton "Bud" Collyer. Read about Clayton "Bud" Collyer

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Jim Taylor's Doo Wop Heaven Presents Rare 1940's Radio Broadcast The Beginning of Superman.



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