High-profile parts followed in The Champ (1931), The Bowery (1933) and Treasure Island (1934), but the adolescent actor eventually grew too old to be considered "cute." Finding film roles scarce after World War II, Cooper turned to stage and television and eventually worked as an executive for Columbia Pictures, where he was responsible for packaging the series "Bewitched," among other projects.
Cooper also found success as a director, earning an Emmy in 1974 for his work on "M*A*S*H." But he continued to act well into his 50s and 60s, most notably as Daily Planet editor Perry White in four Superman films (1978-87). Cooper passed away May 3, 2011.
James Stewart (in a rare appearance in a musical) headlines with an all-star cast of MGM starlets (Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turner) in a story about three girls whose lives are changed when they become chorines in the legendary Broadway production of "Ziegfeld Follies." Songs include "You Stepped Out of a Dream" and "Minnie from Trinidad." Dan Daily, Jackie Cooper, Edward Everett Horton and Tony Martin co-star.
- Superman: The Movie
- Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
- Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
- Superman: The Movie: Expanded Edition
- Superman III
- The Champ
- Superman II
- Little Rascals: Collector's Edition III
- Peck's Bad Boy
- Streets of New York
- The Return of Frank James
- The Milton Berle Collection
- Chosen Survivors
- Going Hollywood: The War Years
- Sledge Hammer!: Season 1
- Sledge Hammer!: Season 2
- The Adventures of Superboy: Season 1