: It is kind of funny because Isis can stop
: time in one episode, but needs help from
: Captain Marvel to tow a boat out of the way.
That Joanna Cameron was one foxy actress: none of my teachers ever looked like that. Her looks could 'stop a clock,' as the saying goes.
Ms. Cameron had a guest role in an episode of the 70's Spidey show, and she wore a bikini for several scenes. As you can see, I still remember this after 30 years! Yowza!
No offense, but Isis seems pretty obscure and yet they are making and selling DVD's. Seems like if Isis is profitable, then Shazam out to be more profitable.
To be honest, Shazam was pretty dull show, but it at least it wasn't as corny and stupid as Superfriends (I hated Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog, despised the Wonder Twins), and wasn't an insult to comics like Adam West's Batman.
Ultimately the show hinged on Jackson Bostwick. I think he made an excellent Captain Marvel. The guy who replaced him, the guy with the gut, wasn't as good.
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