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Seinfeld and Superman, Together Again

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American Express and Ogilvy & Mather/New York today launched the first of two "webisodes" in The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman, an online mini-series that reunites the comedian and the animated superhero for the first time since a 1998 AmEx campaign.

Produced by @radical.media and shot by director Barry Levinson, the first episode -- titled "A Uniform Used to Mean Something" -- shows Seinfeld and Superman sauntering around New York, discussing reality TV, musical theater and other ephemera. American Express eventually saves the day when Jerry's new DVD player is damaged as a would-be crook bounces it off Superman's chest. AmEx, of course, provides a replacement. View the campaign, and behind-the-scenes footage, at www.americanexpress.com/jerry.

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