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Old 03-26-2015, 05:19 AM   #5261
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Originally Posted by popeflick View Post
Now you're simply being intentionally obtuse. You lost track of who were talking about and ignoring that he has been in other media besides just a single movie. I guess if I told you there was a comic book called Superman he appeared in you'll act surprised?
I have no idea what you're getting at. We were talking about Pa Kent. I said in Man of Steel he is depicted as a conflicted and morally complex person. In the 70's movie he is more the idealized American dad. Your reply was "pretty sure that wasn't part of his character until the 70's." What does that mean?
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