Shazam! (1974–1977)

TV Series   |    |  Action, Family, Fantasy


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A young boy, able to transform into the superhero Captain Marvel, travels the country fighting evil and helping people.

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  • Jackson Bostwick in Shazam! (1974)
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  • Andrew Stevens in Shazam! (1974)
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10 February 2002 | Marcival
I'll never forget this serie
What can I say. In South America the spanish version for this TV show was on the air till 1977 and it was great for me. I'll never forget the ending morals what show me about the good and bad things of life. I am not a fan of Captain Marvel but I think that Billy Batson and Mentor show me little pieces of the person that I am today. I must thank for that. Of course if I could see it again I'd be laughing about how Captain Marvel use to fly... but I couldn't ask for more on that time.

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