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Season 3

53 :03x01 - Through the Time Barrier

A time machine takes the Daily Planet staff back to prehistoric days.
Guest Stars: Ed Hinton as Cave Man | Jim Hyland as Turk Jackson | Florence Lake as Cave Woman | Sterling Holloway as Professor Twiddle
Director: Harry Gerstad
Screenplay: David Chantler

54 :03x02 - The Talking Clue

Bank robbers take an interest in a young man's collection of sound recordings.
Guest Stars: Brick Sullivan as Policeman | Billy Nelson as Muscles McGurk | Julian Upton as Claude James | Richard Shackleton as Ray Henderson
Director: Harry Gerstad
Screenplay: David Chantler

55 :03x03 - The Lucky Cat

Members of an anti-superstition club are threatened.
Guest Stars: Charles Watts as Bill Green | Ted Stanhope as Mr. Fredricks | Carl Harbord as Charlie King | Harry Tyler as Mr. Botts | John Phillips as Plainclothes Officer
Director: Harry Gerstad
Screenplay: Jackson Gillis

56 :03x04 - Superman Week

Two crooks celebrate Superman Week with Kryptonite.
Guest Stars: Paul Burke (1) as Matthew | Tamar Cooper as Portrait Artist | Jack George (1) as Mr. Vanderglass | Herb Vigran as Cy Horton | Buddy Mason as Bank Guard
Director: Harry Gerstad

57 :03x05 - Great Caesar's Ghost

A ghost appearing as Caesar plagues Perry White.
Guest Stars: Trevor Bardette as Julius Caesar | Olaf Hytten as Jarvis | Jim Hayward as Gangster
Director: Harry Gerstad
Screenplay: Jackson Gillis

58 :03x06 - Test of a Warrior

Great Horse faces his tribe's test of valor.
Guest Stars: Lane Bradford as Indian | Ralph Moody as Medicine Man | Francis McDonald as Great Horse | Maurice Jara as Red Hawk | George J. Lewis as John Hancock (as George Lewis)
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: Leroy H. Zehren

59 :03x07 - Olsen's Millions

Jimmy receives a million dollars after saving a cat.
Guest Stars: Richard Reeves as Stacey Tracey | Tyler MacDuff as Delivery Boy | George E. Stone as Big George (as George Stone) | Leonard Carey as Herbert | Elizabeth Patterson as Mrs. Peabody
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: David Chantler

60 :03x08 - Clark Kent Outlaw

Clark poses as a safecracker to trap a ring of criminals.
Guest Stars: Tristram Coffin as Stoddard (as Tris Coffin) | Sid Tomack as Curtis | Patrick O'Moore as Bennet (as Pat O'Moore) | George Eldredge as Wingate | Lyn Thomas as Nurse | John Doucette as Foster
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: Leroy H. Zehren

61 :03x09 - The Magic Necklace

A magic necklace protects its wearer from harm.
Guest Stars: John Harmon (1) as Clicker | Leonard Mudie as Professor Jody | Paul Fierro as Abdul | Frank Jenks as Lazy | Cliff Ferre as Dispatcher | Ted Hecht as Correspondent | Lawrence Ryle as Jake Morrell
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: Jackson Gillis

62 :03x10 - The Bully of Dry Gulch

A bogus gunslinger rules a western town.
Guest Stars: Martin Garralaga as Pedro | Raymond Hatton as Sagebrush | Eddie Baker (1) as Bartender | Myron Healey as Gunner Flinch
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: David Chantler

63 :03x11 - Flight to the North

Sylvester J. Superman is mistaken for Superman.
Guest Stars: Ben Welden as Leftover Louie Lyman | George Chandler as Hotel Clerk | Ralph Sanford as Buckets | Marjorie Owens as Margie Holloway | Richard Garland as Steve | Chuck Connors as Sylvester J. Superman
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: David Chantler

64 :03x12 - The Seven Souvenirs

Items from a Superman souvenir shop may lead to a crime.
Guest Stars: Arthur Space as Mr. Jasper | Rick Vallin as Scar Man | Steve Calvert as Louie | Phil Tead as Mr. Willy | Louise Lewis as Lady
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: Jackson Gillis

65 :03x13 - King for a Day

Jimmy poses as a king to thwart an assassination plot.
Guest Stars: Chet Marshall as Prince Gregor | Peter Mamakos as Marcel | Jan Arvan as Rigor | Leon Askin as Vallin | Stephen Bekassy as Colonel Gubeck | Carolyn Scott (1) as Baroness | Philip Van Zandt as Maral (as Phil Van Zandt)
Director: George Blair
Screenplay: Dwight Babcock
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure | Super Heroes
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 1952
Ended: April 28, 1958
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