The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman

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Seinfeld and Superman walking in "A Uniform Used to Mean Something."

The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman was a pair of advertisement films promoting American Express, featuring Jerry Seinfeld as himself and Patrick Warburton (who appeared with Seinfeld on Seinfeld, as David Puddy) as the voice of Superman. The two films, A Uniform Used to Mean Something... and Hindsight is 20/20, each about five minutes in length, were directed by Barry Levinson.[1][2] In addition to being on the Internet, they aired on television during 2004 on TBS. In addition to promoting American Express, the premise of the films were to show Seinfeld and Superman as friends, and much of the humor originated from the various situations the two found themselves in. For example, Superman is anticipating hooking up Seinfeld's TV to surround sound, although he has super-hearing as Jerry points out.


  1. ^ Elliott, Stuart (30 March 2004). "Seinfeld and Superman join forces again in spots for American Express, this time on the Web". New York Times. Retrieved 19 March 2016.
  2. ^ The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman (SWF requires Flash). World Domination Design Group (Television production). 2004. Retrieved 19 March 2016.

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