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27 - Five Minutes to Doom

Original title : Five Minutes to Doom
First Aired : 18.09.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Monroe Manning
Cast : Sam Flint (Warden), Dabbs Greer (Joe Winters), Lois Hall (Winters Wife), Dale van Sickel (Baker), Lewis Russell (Wayne), John Kellogg (Turk), Jean Willes (Secretary), William E. Green (Governor)

The Story : An innocent man faces execution, and Superman must save him.

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28 - The Big Squeeze

Original title : The Big Squeeze
First Aired : 25.09.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Roy Hamilton (I)
Cast : Harry Cheshire (Mr. Foster), Hugh Beaumont (Dan Grayson), John Kellogg (Luke Maynard), Aline Towne (Peggy Grayson), Bradley Mora (Tim Grayson), Ted Ryan (Al)

The Story : An ex-con has been rehabilitated, but he is threatened with blackmail by a former jail-mate.

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29 - The Man Who Could Read Minds

Original title : The Man Who Could Read Minds
First Aired : 03.10.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Monroe Manning
Cast : Russell Custer (Sergeant), Richard Karlan (Phantom), Lawrence Dobkin (Swami), Veola Vonn (Laura), Tom Bernard (Copyboy Doug)

The Story : While investigating a series of robberies, Lois and Jimmy are captured when they encounter the mysterious Swami Amada.

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30 - Jet Ace

Original title : Jet Ace
First Aired : 10.10.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Richard Reeves (Frenchy) , Selmer Jackson (General Summers), Lane Bradford (Chris White), Larry J. Blake (Martin), Ric Roman (Nick), Jim Hayward (Tim Mallory)

The Story : Spies attempt to wrest flight secrets from a convalescent test pilot. The pilot is trapped in a burning cabin.

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31 - Shot in the Dark

Original title : Shot in the Dark
First Aired : 17.10.1953 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Vera Marshe (Harriet Harper), Billy Gray (Alan), Frank Richards (Henchman Hank), Alan Lee (Henchman Bill)

The Story : A young boy takes an infrared photographs of Clark becoming Superman as well as a criminal who faked his own death.

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32 - The Defeat of Superman

Original title : The Defeat of Superman
First Aired : 24.10.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Peter Mamakos (Happy King), Maurice Cass (Meldini), Sid Tomack (Ruffles)

The Story : Happy King, a vengeful crook, discovers Kryptonite, the one substance that can harm Superman.

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33 - Superman in Exile

Original title : Superman in Exile
First Aired : 31.10.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Leon Askin (Ferdinand), Joe Forte (Director), Philip Van Zandt (Regan), John Harmon (Skinny), Gregg Barton (Sheriff)

The Story : Superman stops a nuclear explosion, but becomes radioactive. He must leave for a time, and criminals have a field day.

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34 - A Ghost for Scotland Yard

Original title : A Ghost for Scotland Yard
First Aired : 07.11.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Clyde Cook (Vendor), Colin Campbell (Sir Arthur), Norma Varden (Mabel), Evelyn Halpern (Betty), Leonard Mudie (Brockhurst), Patrick Aherne (Farrington)

The Story : Superman is called to dispel a British ghost.

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35 - The Dog Who Knew Superman

Original title : The Dog Who Knew Superman
First Aired : 14.11.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Ben Welden (Hank), Billy Nelson (Louie) , Dona Drake (Joyce, Corky's Owner), John Daly (Dog Catcher)

The Story : When a dog senses that Clark and Superman are one and the same, his adoration threatens to give the secret away.

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36 - The Face and the Voice

Original title : The Face and the Voice
First Aired : 21.11.1953 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Carleton Young (Fairchild), George Reeves (Boulder), George Chandler (Scratchy), I. Stanford Jolley (T-Bone), Percy Helton (Hamlet), William Newell (Store Clerk), Nolan Leary (Watchman), Hayden Rorke (Psychiatrist)

The Story : A gangster's face is altered to look like Superman so he can perpetrate crimes and lay the blame on our hero.

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37 - The Man in the Lead Mask

Original title : The Man in the Lead Mask
First Aired : 28.11.1953 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : Leroy H. Zehren, Roy Hamilton (I)
Cast : Frank Scannell (Canfield), John Merton (Doc.), Louis Jean Heydt (Pawley), Paul Bryer (Scotty), John Crawford (Morrell), Lyn Thomas (Waitress), Joey Ray (Mitchell)

The Story : A criminal escapes detection by donning a lead mask.

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38 - Panic in the Sky

Original title : Panic in the Sky
First Aired : 05.12.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Thomas Moore (Husband), Jonathan Hale (Prosfessor Roberts), Jane Frazee (Farmer), Clark Hawat (Roberts Assistant)

The Story : A runaway asteroid gives Superman amnesia. The asteroid also causes floods and earthquakes.

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39 - The Machine That Could Plot Crimes

Original title : The Machine That Could Plot Crimes
First Aired : 12.12.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Billy Nelson (Larry McCoy), Ben Welden (Nosey) , Sam Balter (Radio Announcer), Sherry Moreland (Bank Teller), Stan Jarmen (Pinky), Russell Custer (Policeman)

The Story : Crooks use a machine to plot perfect crimes, but Superman uses it to turn the tables.

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40 - Jungle Devil

Original title : Jungle Devil
First Aired : 19.12.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Peter Dixon
Cast : James Seay (Pilot), Damian O'Flynn (Dr. Harper), Doris Singleton (Gloria Harper), Nacho Galindo (Alberto), Leon Lontoc (Witch Doctor), Al Kikume (Chief), Bernie Gozier (Native), Henry Escalante (Native)

The Story : While searching for a lost scientist, Lois, Jimmy and Clark are captured by jungle natives. Superman wrestles a gorilla.

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41 - My Friend Superman

Original title : My Friend Superman
First Aired : 26.12.1953 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Tito Vuolo (Tony), Ruta Lee (Teenager), Edward Reider (sdf), Yvette Dugay (Elaine), Ralph Sanford (George)

The Story : To avoid protection racketeers, Tony, proprietor of the diner near the Daily Planet, boasts of a friendship with Superman.

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42 - The Clown Who Cried

Original title : The Clown Who Cried
First Aired : 02.01.1954 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : William Wayne (Rollo), Peter Brocco (Crackers), Mickey Simpson (Hercules), Harry B. Mendoza (Magician), George Douglas (Security Guard), Charles Williams (Tim)

The Story : A popular clown is impersonated by his former partner-turned-criminal, Crackers, who steals money from a benefit.

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43 - The Boy Who Hated Superman

Original title : The Boy Who Hated Superman
First Aired : 09.01.1954 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Richard Reeves (Babe) , Charles Meredith (Judge Allen), Tyler MacDuff (Frankie), Roy Barcroft (Duke Dillon), Leonard Penn (Fixer)

The Story : Frankie wants to help his jailed uncle by spying on Clark and Jimmy. Instead, he learns about honor and trust.

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44 - Semi-Private Eye

Original title : Semi-Private Eye
First Aired : 16.01.1954 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Elisha Cook Jr. (Homer Garrity), Richard Benedict (Cappy Leonard), Douglas Henderson (Noodles), Alfred Linder (Murray), Paul Fix (Fingers)

The Story : A private detective is kidnapped. Jimmy tries to step in and solve the case himself, only to be captured.

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45 - Perry White's Scoop

Original title : Perry White's Scoop
First Aired : 23.01.1954 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : Roy Hamilton (I)
Cast : Jan Arvan (Max), Bibs Borman (Maria), Robert J. Wilke (Bingham), Steve Pendleton (Lynch)

The Story : A mysterious diver's corpse appears on the main street of Metropolis.

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46 - Beware the Wrecker

Original title : Beware the Wrecker
First Aired : 30.01.1954 (USA)
Director : George Blair
Writing credits : Royal K. Cole
Cast : William Forrest (Mr. Crane), Pierre Watkin (Mr. Kilgore), Tom Powers (Mr. Morgan), Renny McEvoy (Carnival Barker), Denver Pyle (Emil Hatch)

The Story : The "Wrecker" is an unknown enemy who may be destroying planes, trains and ships. The sound of a bell is the only clue.

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47 - The Golden Vulture

Original title : The Golden Vulture
First Aired : 06.02.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Peter Whitney (Captain McBain), Vic Perrin (Scurvy), Robert Bice (Bennet), Murray Alper (Sanders), Wes Hudman (Dock Worker), Sol Gorss (Ship Hand), Carl Saxe (Ship Hand), Dan Turner (Ship Hand), William Vincent (Ship Hand)

The Story : The master of the tramp ship "Golden Vulture" turns stolen gold into recovered treasure. Lois and Jimmy are captured. They're(Lois and Jimmy) held hostage by the evil pirate, Captain Mc Bain. Clark Kent stows away on the ship to investigate. Then gets caught and Captain Mc Bain makes Clark walk the plank.

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48 - Jimmy Olsen, Boy Editor

Original title : Jimmy Olsen, Boy Editor
First Aired : 13.02.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Herb Vigran (Legs Leemy) , Jack Pepper (Custodian), Keith Richards (I) (Henchman), Dick Rich (Toots), Anthony Hughes (Hospital Director), Ronald Hargrave (Junior Mayor), Bob Grosson (Junior Police Chief)

The Story : Jimmy gets to be editor for a day and fakes a story to catch a crook; his plan backfires.

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49 - Lady in Black

Original title : Lady in Black
First Aired : 20.02.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Frank Ferguson (Mr. Frank), John Doucette (Scarface), Rudolph Anders (Glasses), Holly Bane (Police Officer), Virginia Christine (Mrs. Frank)

The Story : Jimmy is baffled by a gang of art thieves. Who is the Lady in Black?

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50 - Star of Fate

Original title : Star of Fate
First Aired : 27.02.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Roy Hamilton (I)
Cast : Ted Hecht (Ahmed), Lawrence Ryle (Dr. Barnack), Paul E. Burns (Mr. Whitlock), Jeanne Dean (Alma), Tony De Mario (March), Arthur Space (Dr. Wilson)

The Story : A cursed Egyptian sapphire is auctioned off; the jewel contains a hidden needle that poisons Lois and others.

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51 - The Whistling Bird

Original title : The Whistling Bird
First Aired : 06.03.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Allene Roberts (Nancy Quinn), Toni Carroll (Dorothy Manners), Joseph Vitale (Speck), Otto Waldis (Scientist), Marshall Reed (Security Agent)

The Story : A doctor teaches his parakeet the formula for an explosive, and the bird is captured by a spy.

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52 - Around the World with Superman

Original title : Around the World with Superman
First Aired : 13.03.1954 (USA)
Director : Tommy Carr
Writing credits : Jackson Gillis
Cast : Kay Morley (Elaine Carson), Raymond Greenleaf (Dr. Anderson), Patrick Aherne (Murray), Max Wagner (Radio Operator), James Brown (II) (Jim Carson), Judy Nugent (Ann Carson)

The Story : Superman helps restore vision to a blind child and reunites an estranged couple for a promotion stunt.

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