Adventures of Superman

Season 2 Episode 24

Star of Fate

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Aired Friday 3:30 PM Feb 27, 1954 on
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A cursed Egyptian sapphire is auctioned off; the jewel contains a hidden needle that poisons Lois and others.

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    Lawrence Ryle

    Lawrence Ryle

    Dr. Barnack

    Guest Star

    Paul E. Burns

    Paul E. Burns

    Mr. Whitlock (as Paul Burns)

    Guest Star

    Jeanne Dean

    Jeanne Dean

    Alma

    Guest Star

    Noel Neill

    Noel Neill

    Lois Lane

    Recurring Role

    Jack Larson

    Jack Larson

    Jimmy Olsen

    Recurring Role

    John Hamilton

    John Hamilton

    Perry White

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Talking about a small box that two men are bidding on.)
        Clark: This isn't just a grad-bag gamble, Lois.
        Lois: What could be in it?
        Clark: Well, I'm afraid even Superman can't tell you, not with that lead-foil wrapping.

      • Dr. Wilson: I wonder... Kent opened this box too, yet he didn't succumb to the poison. Why?
        Perry: That is strange. I'll have to ask him about that.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This episode marked the first of three unrelated appearances from Ted Hecht.


        This episode marked the first of two unrelated appearances from Arthur Space.


        This episode marked the first of two unrelated appearances from Lawrence Ryle.


        This episode marked the first of two unrelated appearances from Tony De Mario.


        This episode marked the only appearance from Jeanne Dean.


        This episode marked the second of two unrelated appearances from Paul E. Burns.


         

      • This episode was adapted into the Superboy comic book story "Star of Fate", Superboy #34, July 1954.

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