The original Lois Lane, or Margot Kidder, passed away on Sunday. The 69-year-old was most known for her appearance in the “Superman” franchise in the 70s and 80s with Christopher Reeve back before superhero movies became the cool thing to make. Reeve and Kidder were nobodies in the acting industry before landing their big breaks in 1978, finding themselves starring along Gene Hackman and Marlon Brando. In what was probably Kidder’s most famous scene, the actress plunged from the top of a high rise when first encountering Superman and famously said, “You’ve got me?! Who’s got you?!”. Ah the good old days of simple cinema.
By: The Point Staff
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