I am in complete agreement that taking the time and money to restore all of Richard Donner's footage would be a truly important cinematic achievement. To see that vintage Marlon Brando footage is the stuff that dreams are made of. Everyone wants to see it of course, but the question is the money. Even the time it would take to re-edit in all of Donner's footage that is sitting in a can in London is not the issue. The key to making money from this is to play up the Marlon Brando footage. His death scene must be extraordinary and this needs to be stressed as an IMPORTANT piece of our cinema heritage. Brando dying for his son, Superman, the greatest comic hero of them all.