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Since surviving an atomic bomb blast in which his trousers were entangled in a barbed wire fence and he was unable to escape, Radioactive Man developed nuclear superpowers. Fallout Boy is his sidekick, and his catchphrase is “Up and atom!” (I’m up and at ’em.)
Morty Mann created Radioactive Man inside the Simpsons universe. Since his debut in “Radioactive Man” #1 in 1952, he has appeared in a number of media. He appeared in at least one black-and-white serial sponsored by Laramie Cigarettes in the 1940s or 1950s, in addition to comic books. Radioactive Man was played by fictitious actor Dirk Richter, who was a spoof of Adam West and George Reeves, and Fallout Boy was played by Buddy Hodges. Richter, who was reportedly born in 1922 and died in 1995 at the age of 72, was allegedly shot to death in a bordello sometime in the 1960s (a reference to the mysterious death of George Reeves, the first actor to portray Superman on television). In the 1980s, Troy McClure depicted Radioactive Man in a series of Radioactive Man films. Krusty the Clown played the possibly main villain Krusto the Evil Clown (a spoof of the Joker) in Radioactive Man III, and Buddy Hodges played Fallout Boy’s great grandfather. The trilogy was made up of three parts:

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Radioactive Man is a character in the comic books who gained his abilities after surviving an atomic bomb blast. Fallout Boy is his sidekick, and his catchphrase is “Up and atom!” He is a part of the Superior Team (an Avengers and Justice League like organisation).
Since his appearance in “Radioactive Man” #1 in 1952*, Radioactive Man has appeared in a number of media. He appeared in at least one black-and-white serial sponsored by Laramie Cigarettes in the 1940s or 1950s, in addition to comic books. Radioactive Man was played by fictitious actor Dirk Richter (a spoof of Adam West and George Reeves), and Fallout Boy was played by Buddy Hodges in the serials. Richter, who was reportedly born in 1922 and died in 1995 at the age of 73, was shot to death in a bordello sometime in the 1960s[1] (a reference to the mysterious death of George Reeves, the first actor to portray Superman on television, but could also be a reference to the homicidal beating of Bob Crane, a noted womanizer). In the 1980s, Troy McClure depicted Radioactive Man in a series of Radioactive Man films. Krusty the Clown played the possibly main villain Krusto the Evil Clown (a spoof of the Joker) in Radioactive Man III, and Buddy Hodges played Fallout Boy’s great grandfather. [two] The trilogy was made up of three parts:

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[A battle sequence begins with Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy attacking the Scoutmaster’s underlings, with phrases like POO! ZUFF!, SNUH!, and BORT! flashing on screen. Several pretty girls in hotpants appear out of nowhere in the middle of a war and begin dancing to pop music. The defeated hoods rise to their feet and begin dancing with Radioactive Man, Fallout Boy, and the ladies. The scene then shifts back to the present.]
Director: Well, everybody, pay attention: this is the most difficult and costly scene in the film, and we only get one chance to do it right. Fallout Boy will free Radioactive Man and drag him to safety just as a forty-foot wall of sulfuric acid descends on him, crushing everything in its way. That’s some strong acid, so wear your goggles, people! [The director and the rest of the crew put on goggles]
[Rainier Wolfcastle is swept out of SNPP, and the acid burns the Toxic Man costume and bursts through a trailer wall. Wolfcastle is stuck in the smashed wall, his bare backside visible to all on the outside.]

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“Radioactive Man” is the second episode of The Simpsons’ seventh season.

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Susie Dietter is the director.

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John Swartzwelder[1] penned the email.

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2F17 is the production code.

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The show first aired on September 24, 1995[1].

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The Simpsons’ seventh season begins with “Radioactive Guy,” the second episode. On September 24, 1995, it premiered on the Fox network in the United States. The film adaptation of the comic book series Radioactive Man is shot in Springfield in this episode. Milhouse gets the role of the hero’s sidekick, Fallout Kid, much to Bart’s chagrin. Milhouse quits the role after being tired of the long hours needed to shoot the film, forcing the filmmakers to halt production and return to Hollywood.
Susie Dietter directed the episode, which was written by John Swartzwelder. In the show, Mickey Rooney made a cameo appearance as himself. The first episode of The Simpsons to be digitally colored was “Radioactive Man.” The episode contains references to the Batman television series from the 1960s, the 1995 film Waterworld, and Bill Withers’ song “Lean on Me.”

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