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Sander Schwartz Sander Schwartz
Birthname: Sander Schwartz

Born: January 7, 1954

Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Sander Schwartz was the president of Warner Bros. Animation from 2001-2007, and the president of Sony Pictures Television from 2007-2009.

He made an appearance in Superman in '66, which was released by Warner Home Video on a Superman DVD.

On the DVD, Sander Schwartz discussed the role Superman played on television during the 1960s, and how it was a time when people were questioning authority. He also mentioned that the Superman show was an important part of science fiction, in that it showed aliens from other worlds in the universe that were part of the story plot.

He also appeared in The Dark Knight Revisited, in which he mentions his love for Saturday morning cartoons as a kid. In the interview he brings out how he looked forward to that day more than any other day of the week.

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