Adventures of Superman

Season 3 Episode 5

Great Caesar's Ghost

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Aired Friday 3:30 PM May 21, 1955 on
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Perry White is a key witness in a gangster trial. But on the eve of his testimony, he believes he hears a ghost. Superman must restore the editor's credibility.

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    Trevor Bardette

    Trevor Bardette

    Julius Caesar

    Guest Star

    Jim Hayward

    Jim Hayward

    Delivery Man

    Guest Star

    Olaf Hytten

    Olaf Hytten

    Jarvis

    Guest Star

    Jack Larson

    Jack Larson

    Jimmy Olsen

    Recurring Role

    Noel Neill

    Noel Neill

    Lois Lane

    Recurring Role

    John Hamilton

    John Hamilton

    Perry White

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • (talking to Lois and Jimmy)
        Clark: You kids go on back to work, both of you... come on and I'll try to fix that steam heater for him.(Perry)
        Jimmy: Five minutes... You'll have to get Superman to help you.
        Clark: Yes, Jimmy.

      • (talking to Clark on the phone)
        Perry: Shhh!
        Clark: What?
        Perry: Be quiet, I heard a noise.
        Clark: Well, ah, somebody's using the elevator in your building, that's all.
        Perry: Huh, how could you tell that over the phone? I'm right here and I can't tell what it is. Who do you think you are? Superman?

      • Perry White: Great Caesar's Ghost!

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode is loosely based on the comics story "Great Caesar's Ghost!", Superman Comics No. 91, August 1954. There, though, the scheme was not criminal but Clark Kent arranging the hoax to bolster the confidence of the Daily Planet's drama critic (who by impersonating Caesar's ghost got to intimidate Perry White for a change) and to save Perry from forced retirement (by having the supposed Caesar demand he get some news scoops worthy of taking Great Caesar's name in vain.)

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