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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of wirework, dummies gliding on cables and stuntmen doing cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.

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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of wirework, dummies gliding on cables and stuntmen doing cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable visually impressive "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.


* IAmNotShazam: A historically significant aversion. Due to the copyright and trademark issues between Marvel and DC, the term "Captain Marvel" can't be used by DC in the title of any of its publications or merchandise. Because the serial predates that conflict, its VHS and DVD covers are one of the few places where you can find the Fawcett/DC Captain Marvel called by his name on the box art.

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* IAmNotShazam: A historically significant aversion. Due to the copyright and trademark issues between Marvel and DC, the term "Captain Marvel" can't be used by DC in the title of any of its publications or merchandise. Because the serial predates that conflict, conflict (and the earlier settlement between Fawcett and DC), its VHS and DVD covers are one of the few places where you can find the Fawcett/DC [[Creator/FawcettComics Fawcett]]/DC Captain Marvel called by his name on the box art.


** Frank Coghlan Jr (who played Billy Batson) stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of him and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two.

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** Frank Coghlan Jr (who played Billy Batson) stated in a later interview that every recalled the TransformationSequence required setting off saying "Every time we did that, they ignited flash powder, which was in a trough of gunpowder in front of him me, and if the wind was blowing he'd unkind, I'd get the powder flash in my face and lose an eyebrow hair or two.some eyebrows."


** Junior Coughlin stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of them and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two.

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** Junior Coughlin Frank Coghlan Jr (who played Billy Batson) stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of them him and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two.


* IAmNotShazam: Averted. VHS and DVD covers of this serial are one of the only instances where you can find the Fawcett/DC Captain Marvel called by his name on the box art.

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* IAmNotShazam: Averted. A historically significant aversion. Due to the copyright and trademark issues between Marvel and DC, the term "Captain Marvel" can't be used by DC in the title of any of its publications or merchandise. Because the serial predates that conflict, its VHS and DVD covers of this serial are one of the only instances few places where you can find the Fawcett/DC Captain Marvel called by his name on the box art. art.


** Junior Coughlin stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of them and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two. [[TechMarchesOn Probably not something]] [[Film/Shazam2019 Asher Angel had to worry about]]...

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** Junior Coughlin stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of them and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two. [[TechMarchesOn Probably not something]] [[Film/Shazam2019 Asher Angel had to worry about]]...


** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance to seal Captain Marvel in a death trap that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance to seal Captain Marvel in a death trap that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.lava.
** Junior Coughlin stated in a later interview that every TransformationSequence required setting off a trough of gunpowder in front of them and if the wind was blowing he'd lose an eyebrow hair or two. [[TechMarchesOn Probably not something]] [[Film/Shazam2019 Asher Angel had to worry about]]...

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* IAmNotShazam: Averted. VHS and DVD covers of this serial are one of the only instances where you can find the Fawcett/DC Captain Marvel called by his name on the box art.


** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.

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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies gliding on cables and stuntmen doing cleverly edited acrobatics, it created a highly believable "flying man" effect for the audience at the time.


** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cave entrance to seal Captain Marvel in a death trap that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.


** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front cave entrance that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.


** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it got a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.

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** The flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework, dummies and cleverly edited acrobatics, it got created a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' highly believable "flying man" effect from for the audience at the time.


* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This series was essentially the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' of 1941. The special effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework and dummies, it got the same 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.
** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.

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* SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This series was essentially the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' of 1941. SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome:
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The special flying effects were top of the line for the day, and through a combination of stuntmen, wirework wirework, dummies and dummies, cleverly edited acrobatics, it got the same a similar 'You will believe a man can fly' effect from the audience at the time.
** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.cliff-front that was achieved by actually melting the film stock to make it appear like solid rock was being transformed into lava.

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** One especially impressive scene has the Scorpion ''melting'' a cliff-front.

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