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Thursday, February 6, 2014
ENTERTAINMENT TRIVIA: if they were still alive, they'd be kicking themselves
In 1938 Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel sold all rights to the comic-strip character Superman to their publishers for $130.
Jacqueline D. Hopper
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