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Published Date: 10/19/2014
Since the advent of cinema more than 100 years ago, fans have flocked to theaters to see their favorite heartthrobs. Sure, they could act, some could sing and dance, and many won accolades for their talent – but their winning good looks and muscular physiques didn't...
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Published Date: 10/10/2014
In 1978 the "Man of Steel" came to the big screen in the movie Superman, with then-unknown actor Christopher Reeve (1952 - 2004) stepping into Superman's famous boots. We look at the life and times of Reeve and the character he famously portrayed.
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Published Date: 10/10/2014
From crime-fighting superhero to crusader for spinal cord injuries, Christopher Reeve packed a lot into his too-short life. Before a horse riding accident left him paralyzed, Reeve starred in blockbuster films such as "Superman," as well as critically acclaimed stage...
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Published Date: 10/5/2014
We remember legends and budding stars from film, television, music and sports gone too soon with a photo gallery of celebrities who died before 60. Click on any photo for more information...
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Published Date: 2/28/2014
From Jackie Robinson to Mother Teresa to Christopher Reeve, join us as we remember and honor people who inspired us with their courage and achievements. Click any photo to learn more.
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Published Date: 12/15/2013
It's been 35 years since Superman hit theaters, and while Christopher Reeve's performance in Superman was the stuff of legend, it is equaled by Reeve's offscreen heroics...
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