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"Prison Bars Do Not a Cell Make!": The Master Jailer accidentally discovers a device which can make Supergirl immaterial. When he uses it, Linda Danvers does a short fade-out on the set of Secret Hearts. She trails the energy to Carl Drap



Appearing in "Prison Bars Do Not a Cell Make!"

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Synopsis for "Prison Bars Do Not a Cell Make!"

The Master Jailer accidentally discovers a device which can make Supergirl immaterial. When he uses it, Linda Danvers does a short fade-out on the set of Secret Hearts. She trails the energy to Carl Draper's apartment and sees a note challenging her to stop his attempted bank robbery on the next day. Supergirl builds a Supergirl robot to battle the Master Jailer when he commits the robbery, even though he uses the energy-device that makes her immaterial and invisible. But the pollution which makes it impossible for Superman's and Supergirl's robots to function very long slows the Supergirl robot, and the Jailer destroys it, accidentally smashing the energy-device in the process. Supergirl, as Linda Danvers, is trapped in a phantom state, and fears she may be a phantom forever.

Appearing in "Paper Tiger!"

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Appearing in "Jimmy Olsen of the Eagle"

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Synopsis for "Jimmy Olsen of the Eagle"

Brain Storm causes Jimmy to dream that his latest assignment is the discovery of Superman's secret identity, which he believes to be his real assignment when he awakes.

Appearing in "We Lois Lanes Have Got to Stick Together"

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Synopsis for "We Lois Lanes Have Got to Stick Together"

Lois Lane meets another Lois Lane, a blonde fan of hers who runs into trouble when a thief attacks her boss.

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