Adventures of Superman

Season 2 Episode 7

Superman in Exile

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Aired Friday 3:30 PM Oct 31, 1953 on
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Superman stops a nuclear explosion, but becomes radioactive. He must leave for a time, and criminals have a field day.

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Leon Askin

Leon Askin

Ferdinand

Guest Star

Joe Forte

Joe Forte

Director

Guest Star

Philip Van Zandt

Philip Van Zandt

Regan

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 (3)

    • (After Superman prevents a nuclear disaster.)
      Superman: You see, the terrific power of the radiation seems to have become concentrated in me.
      (As the Geiger counter clicks away, Professor Adams dims the lights and Superman glows with radiation.)
      Professor Adams: No, it can't be. Your whole body, radioactive... forever!

    • (Talking about Clark.)
      Lois: Jimmy, he was calling from near Blue Peak, the same place where where Sup... Oh, no. He just couldn't be!
      Jimmy: Just the same, the next time Mr Kent's around, I'd like to put a Geiger counter on him. Then we'd find out if he's Superman.
      Lois: It's what makes me wonder. Maybe you can't. Clark says he can't come back. And why can't he, unless... Unless he's Superman.

    • Lois: You're just trying to confuse me. But Superman and you... I still wonder.
      Clark: Wonder? Well, it's no wonder you wonder. You're a pretty wonderful girl.

  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode marked the first of two unrelated appearances from Leon Askin.


      This episode marked the only appearance from Don Dillaway.


      This episode marked the only appearance from Gregg Barton.


      This episode marked the only appearance from Joe Forte.


      This episode marked the only appearance from Robert Carson.


      This episode marked the second of three unrelated appearances from Philip Van Zandt.


      This episode marked the second of three unrelated appearances from John Harmon.


       

    • Leon Askin is best known as General Burkhalter from Hogan's Heroes.

    • This episode is based on the story A Superman of Doom in ACTION COMICS #124 (September 1948). With elements from this TV episode, that was redone as The Spectral Superman, ACTION COMICS No. 188, January 1954.

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