Christopher Reeve leaped to movie stardom as Superman, then became active in environmental and other causes. At the height of his career, he fell from a horse and became a quadriplegic. His story is one of courage in overcoming adversity as he has resumed his career from a wheelchair, become a leading spokesman for other paralysis victims, and is determined to walk again.
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