As his planet of Krypton is doomed Jor-El saves his only son by sending him to Earth. There Kal-El (raised as Clark Kent by his foster parents) learns of his past, and the special abilities brought to him thanks to the Earth's yellow sun. Guided by Jor-El through the use of crystals containing his wisdom, Superman as his alter-ego becomes known must fight for "truth, justice and the American way".
Otis gets followed to the Train Line
The fine boys of "Metropolis 46" have Otis under surveillance. They follow him through Grand Central Station, where 1 calls for backup while the other follows Otis onto the train platform, and down the track.
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The Daily Planet
The exterior of the Daily Planet is seen several times during the film, although the most famous is when Lois Lane's helicopter gets tangled up in the cables and balances on the edge of the buildings roof. Cue the fanfare, the shirt ripping, Metropolis's first viewing of Superman and that classic line "Say Jim, that's a baaad outfit WOOOO!"
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