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Appearing in "The Last Son of Krypton, Part II"
- Kal-El / Superman (Clark Kent) (First appearance as Superman and Clark Kent)
- Jonathan Kent (First appearance)
- Martha Kent (First appearance)
- Lana Lang (First appearance)
- Jor-El (as an illusion only)
- Lara-El (as an illusion only)
- Lois Lane (First appearance)
- Perry White (First appearance)
- Jimmy Olsen (First appearance)
- Angela Chen (First appearance)
- Ron Troupe (First appearance)
- Danitra Evans
- Miss Stevenson
- Pete Ross (Cameo)
- Lexo-Skel Suit 5000
Synopsis for "The Last Son of Krypton, Part II"
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- No notes.
- This episode along with the ones preceding and following were also released as a single film under the title Superman: The Last Son of Krypton.
- Jonathan remarks that "some babies are found in baskets", refers to the Biblical legend of Moses, which Superman's origin is partially based on.
- 2 Images from Superman (1996 TV Series) Episode: The Last Son of Krypton, Part II
- Episodes of Superman (1996 TV Series)
- Images from Superman (1996 TV Series)
- Gallery for the Superman (1996 TV Series) series
|Superman/Clark Kent||Tim Daly|
|Teenaged Clark Kent||Jason Marsden|
|Jonathan Kent||Mike Farrell|
|Martha Kent||Shelley Fabares|
|Lois Lane||Dana Delany|
|Perry White||George Dzundza|
|Jimmy Olsen||David Kaufman|
|Lex Luthor||Clancy Brown|
|John Corben||Malcolm McDowell|
|Lana Lang||Kelly Schmidt|
|Angela Chen||Lauren Tom|
|Ron Troupe||Dorian Harewood|
|Whirly Pilot||Charles Howerton|
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