Two audio commentary tracks are found on Disc One of this six-disc set (for the pilot and Metamorphosis). Disc Six adds deleted scenes with optional commentary, a seven-minute storyboard montage for the pilot, an interactive tour of Smallville, promotional spots, and DVD-ROM content.
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David Nutter, Michael Watkins, Philip Sgriccia, Greg Beeman, James Frawley, Jim Contner, Chris Long, Cherie Bennett, Jeff Gottesfeld, David Carson, D.J. Caruso, Robert Singer, Michael Katleman, James Marshall, Paul Shapiro, Terrence O'Hara & Michael Katleman
The name Clark Kent is recognizable to generations of fans, but never before has there been an interpretation of the Superman legend quite like Smallville. Growing up in Smallville, Kansas, Clark Kent (Welling) is a teenager who is slowly discovering his destiny as the champion of justice who will one day be known the world over as Superman. Someday, he
The DVD set features anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1-framed episodes exhibiting a fully saturated color palette, with fleshtones that appear naturally balanced, bold colors (especially reds), and deep blacks. Images are sharp and detailed, though some scenes are softly focused or can appear somewhat smeared. There is quite a bit of pixelization, causing a
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