Adventures of Superman

Season 2 Episode 3

The Man Who Could Read Minds

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Aired Friday 3:30 PM Oct 03, 1953 on
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While investigating a series of robberies, Lois and Jimmy are captured when they encounter the mysterious Swami Amada.

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    Lawrence Dobkin

    Lawrence Dobkin

    Swami

    Guest Star

    Veola Vonn

    Veola Vonn

    Laura

    Guest Star

    Richard Karlan

    Richard Karlan

    Phantom

    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 Jimmy and Lois almost goes over a cliff in a car)
        Perry: Are you alright?
        Jimmy: You bet. Superman took care of that.
        Perry: I'll take care of you later. Thanks Superman. It seems as though you're making a career out of helping us.

      • Lois: Well, maybe you were just making a good guess.
        Clark: Maybe Superman made a bad one about that put-and-take top.
        Lois: How did you know about that? I didn't tell you.
        Clark: Well, um... I guess Jimmy must have told me.

      • (After Lois almost gets herself and Jimmy killed.)
        Superman: Isn't this going a little far, just to get a story miss Lane.
        Lois: Thanks to you, Superman, We've got it. The Phantom wont hurt Metropolis for a long time.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This episode marked the first of two unrelated appearances from Russell Custer.


        This episode marked the only appearance from Lawrence Dobkin.


        This episode marked the only appearance from Richard Karlan.


        This episode marked the only appearance from Tom Bernard.


        This episode marked the only appearance from Veola Vonn.


         

      • This episode is based on the Batman comics story "The Phantom Bandit of Gotham City", BATMAN #91, February 1954.

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