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Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
This page contains a list of all episodes in the television series.
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Adventures of Superman was the first television series featuring Superman. The series, which was syndicated rather than being tied to a network, began filming in 1951, and first aired on September 19, 1952. The final first-run episode was broadcast on April 28, 1958. George Reeves starred as Clark Kent/Superman, with Phyllis Coates as the original Lois Lane. In 1953, Noel Neill, who had previously played Lois in two serials, replaced Coates from the second season onward. Jack Larson played Jimmy Olsen and John Hamilton was Perry White. Robert Shayne played the semi-regular character Inspector Henderson of the Metropolis Police Department.

Principal Cast

Episodes

Season 1

  1. Superman on Earth
  2. The Haunted Lighthouse
  3. The Case of the Talkative Dummy
  4. Mystery of the Broken Statues
  5. The Monkey Mystery
  6. Night of Terror
  7. The Birthday Letter
  8. The Mind Machine
  9. Rescue
  10. The Secret of Superman
  11. No Holds Barred
  12. The Deserted Village
  13. The Stolen Costume
  14. Mystery in Wax
  15. Treasure of the Incas
  16. Double Trouble
  17. The Runaway Robot
  18. Drums of Death
  19. The Evil Three
  20. Riddle of the Chinese Jade
  21. The Human Bomb
  22. Czar of the Underworld
  23. Ghost Wolf
  24. Crime Wave
  25. The Unknown People (Part I)
  26. The Unknown People (Part II)

Season 2

  1. Five Minutes to Doom
  2. The Big Squeeze
  3. The Man Who Could Read Minds
  4. Jet Ace
  5. Shot in the Dark
  6. The Defeat of Superman
  7. Superman in Exile
  8. A Ghost for Scotland Yard
  9. The Dog Who Knew Superman
  10. The Face and the Voice
  11. The Man in the Lead Mask
  12. Panic in the Sky
  13. The Machine That Could Plot Crimes
  14. Jungle Devil
  15. My Friend Superman
  16. The Clown Who Cried
  17. The Boy Who Hated Superman
  18. Semi-Private Eye
  19. Perry White's Scoop
  20. Beware the Wrecker
  21. The Golden Vulture
  22. Jimmy Olsen, Boy Editor
  23. Lady in Black
  24. Star of Fate
  25. The Whistling Bird
  26. Around the World with Superman

Season 3

  1. Through the Time Barrier
  2. The Talking Clue
  3. The Lucky Cat
  4. Superman Week
  5. Great Caesar's Ghost
  6. Test of a Warrior
  7. Olsen's Millions
  8. Clark Kent, Outlaw
  9. The Magic Necklace
  10. The Bully of Dry Gulch
  11. Flight to the North
  12. The Seven Souvenirs
  13. King for a Day

Season 4

  1. Joey
  2. The Unlucky Number
  3. The Big Freeze
  4. Peril by Sea
  5. Topsy Turvy
  6. Jimmy the Kid
  7. The Girl Who Hired Superman
  8. The Wedding of Superman
  9. Dagger Island
  10. Blackmail
  11. The Deadly Rock
  12. The Phantom Ring
  13. The Jolly Roger

Season 5

  1. Peril in Paris
  2. Tin Hero
  3. The Town That Wasn't
  4. The Tomb of Zaharan
  5. The Man Who Made Dreams Come True
  6. Disappearing Lois
  7. Money to Burn
  8. Close Shave
  9. The Phony Alibi
  10. Prince Albert Coat
  11. The Stolen Elephant
  12. Mr. Zero
  13. Whatever Goes Up

Season 6

  1. The Last Knight
  2. The Magic Secret
  3. Divide and Conquer
  4. The Mysterious Cube
  5. The Atomic Captive
  6. The Superman Silver Mine
  7. The Big Forget
  8. The Gentle Monster
  9. Superman's Wife
  10. Three in One
  11. The Brainy Burro
  12. The Perils of Superman
  13. All That Glitters

Trivia

  • At six seasons and 104 episodes, Adventures of Superman was the longest running (Live-Action) superhero TV series, until it was surpassed by Smallville (10 seasons and 218 episodes).
  • Near the end of the 50's, a script was written for a feature film titled Superman and the Secret Planet, in which George Reeves' Superman would've battled an army of Kryptonian criminals. However, the film proved too expensive to produce and was never made.[1]

References

  1. Superman in the Fifties (Collected)

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