"Faster than a speeding bullet..." - The sci-fi series THE
ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN/SYN/1951-57 began with the proclamation "Faster
than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall
buildings in a single bound..." to extol the powers of Superman, a.k.a.
"Clark Kent" (George Reeves), a mild-mannered reporter who worked for the
Daily Planet. TRIVIA NOTE: On the children's program THE ELECTRIC
COMPANY/PBS/1971-73, the cartoon character "Letterman" was advertised as
being "Faster than a rolling O. Stronger than silent E, able to leap
capital T in a single bound. It's a word. It's a plan. It's Letterman."
Letterman de-scrammbled words messed up by the villain, Spellbinder.