Detroit’s Penobscot Building – leapable in a single bound?

May 18, 2007

...leap tall buildings in a single bound. by tEdGuY49

…leap tall buildings in a single bound by tEdGuY49

Narrator: Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound… (more)

The plan was to do something on Detroit’s Penobscot Building next week or so … apparently Ted didn’t get the message. Ah well. It looks like May is Detroit Architecture Month on Michigan in Pictures.

To bring things full circle, here’s the intro to the 50s classic Adventures of Superman. Ted just let me know that the intro to Superman was voiced by Bill Kennedy of Bill Kennedy at the Movies fame (on CKLW and later WKBD). Also see this great Detroit News feature The Stars who turned Detroiters into couch potatoes.

Penobscot Building information now here.

3 Responses to “Detroit’s Penobscot Building – leapable in a single bound?”

  1. tedguy49 Says:

    cool!

    Like

  2. Shawn Says:

    That is a great picture!

    Like

  3. fivecats Says:

    Definitely worthy of Superman to test his leaping abilities.

    Like


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