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Supergirl appears in Superman the Animated Series and the Justice League Unlimited Series.

Supergirl the movie on DVD.  Helen Slater stars as Supergirl!

Smallville Season Seven DVD Set
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The movie performed poorly at the box office and failed to impress critics and audiences. Helen Slater, however, was nominated for a Saturn Award for her strong performance by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. The film does contain some expansions on the Superman movie mythology, such as taking the viewer into the Phantom Zone itself (in the first two Superman films, it was merely represented by a spinning black pane of glass). The story uses sorcery (a noted Superman weakness, but less commonly utilized than kryptonite) as a counter attack on Supergirl to great effect.

Released on video over the years by different companies, the film's first DVD release was on independent home video company Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2000 under license from StudioCanal. Warner Bros. recently acquired the rights to the film and reissued it on DVD late in 2006 to coincide with the reissues on DVD of the other Superman films. However, even though it is technically part of the same series of films as the ones produced between 1978 and 1987 with Christopher Reeve, it is not included in any of Warners' Superman-related 2006 box set DVD collections.


Helen Slater's natural hair color is dark; she dyed her hair blonde to match the comic book character.

Christopher Reeve was slated to have a cameo as Superman, but bowed out early on.[1] Director Jeannot Szwarc said in the Superman documentary "You Will Believe..." that his involvement in this film would have given the feature higher credibility and he admitted he wished Reeve had made a contribution to the film's production. Szwarc also said that the film that was made was not the best of his intentions as he thought a lot of the magic was lost once Reeve declined. A publicity photo of him outfitted in Superman's uniform, however, did appear as a poster in Lucy's and Linda's shared dorm room.

Marc McClure makes his fourth of five appearances in the Superman film series.

Justice League Unlimited - Season One
Lots more heroes joined the show including, Supergirl. Buy Now

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Final season in the Justice League series Buy Now



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