A series retrospective featuring Jack Larson (Jimmy Olsen), Leonard Maltin (Movie Historian/Critic), Gary H. Grossman (Author of Superman: Serial to Cereal), Paul Levits (DC Comics President), Allan Asherman (DC Comics Historian), Dan Didio (DC Comics Editor), Mike Carlin (Superman Comic Editor), and Alex Ross (Superman Comic Artist).
The 1951 Theatrical Feature, later to be televised as the 2-part episode "The Unknown People". Clark Kent and Lois Lane visit the world's deepest oilwell in Silsby, when strange humanoid creatures appear and terrorize the townspeople. Convinced the mole men are peaceful beings, Superman must save them from a vengeful mob determined to kill the armed visitors.
Original Kellogg's Cereal TV commercials starring Adventures of Superman cast members.
George Reeves Played many parts before donning Superman's signature red and blue as television's first Man of Steel. 1940's "Pony Express Days" features the young actor in the role of William "Buffalo Bill" Cody, and stands as yet another example of Reeves' talen, energy and charisma.
Profiling Noel Neill and the Character of Lois Lane.
Special Episode promoting Savings Bonds with a new introduction by Jack Larson (Jimmy Olsen).
A documentary on the transition from filming the series in black and white to color (although all the seasons aired in black and white).
The special effects of "Adventures of Superman".
Excerpts from the new documentary produced by Bryan Singer and Kevin Burns.
The original Movie Trailer.
Jack Larson celebrates his series character along with co-star Noel Neill and Author/Historians Jim Beaver, Gary Grossman, Michael J Hayde and Jan Henderson.
Video Game Trailer
Journey with Superman from Krypton to Metropolis, as he joins that Daily Planet staff and meets the fiery Lois Lane.
A terrified Jimmy Olsen calls for help, and Superman speeds to an isolated island where strange things happen in the fog-shrouded night. Commentary available by TV Producer/Author Gary H. Grossman.
As Superman hunts for kidnapped armored-car drivers and a stolen fortune, Jimmy, locked inside a falling safe, hurtles to his doom.
Lois Lane is kidnapped while on the trail of a suave but deadly criminal mastermind and a hidden priceless gem.
Searching for stolen defense secrets, Clark Kent encounters a brutalized woman, a slain organ-grinder -- and a monkey dressed as Superman.
Superman races to find Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen who wait, helplessly bound, as a sadistic hit man prepares to execute them.
Superman is implicated in the abduction of a young girl who is thought to have information concerning hidden counterfeit plates.
Bravely testifying against a mobster, Lois Lane will die unless Clark Kent finds the weapon that will soon destroy her mind.
Trapped in a mine filling with deadly gas, Lois Lane is beyond the reach of rescuers -- and Clark Kent doesn't know!
An insane scientist, using powerful experimental truth drugs on Perry White, Lois Lane and Clark Kent, learns Superman's true identity.
When a crooked wrestling promoter paralyzes honest athletes, Superman steps in to reverse the damage and rescue an innocent captive.
As Clark Kent pursues the monster killing the few people left in Lois Lane's hometown, the girl reporter becomes its next victim.
After a burglar steals Superman's costume from Clark Kent's closet, a mobster threatens to reveal the Man of Steel's secret identity. Commentary available by TV Producer/Author Gary H. Grossman.
Lois and Jimmy follow a trail of murder that could lead to ancient riches -- or to their own deaths.
Unwittingly involved in a hunt for stolen radium, Jimmy is kidnapped and locked in a deathtrap by a fanatical doctor.
Lois Lane, chloroformed while investigating strange disappearances, is held prisoner in Madame Selina's wax museum of the living dead.
Captive Lois Lane will be murdered by gangsters unless inventor Horatio Hinkle uses his unique radio-controlled robot to rob banks.
Aided by his ace reporters, Perry White flies to Haiti to search for his sister, the prisoner of a voodoo cult.
Perry White and Jimmy Olsen face death at the hands of three crazed murderers in a crumbling bayou hotel. Commentary available by Producer/Writer Chuck Harter.
Lois Lane is held hostage by the armed criminal who has stolen a priceless antique and left two people to drown.
On a windswept narrow ledge high above the ground, Lois Lane is chained to a dynamite-wielding daredevil ready to die.
A killer sabotaging the filming of a crime exposé stalks Clark Kent and Inspector Henderson on a Hollywood studio soundstage.
After discovering human footprints that turn into wolf tracks, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen are trapped in a raging forest fire.
While hunting down an anonymous crime-boss, the Man of Steel is lured into a lighting-powered deathtrap that stops his heart. Commentary available by Producer/Writer Chuck Harter.
Clark Kent and Lois Lane visit the world's deepest oil well in Silsby, when strange humanoid creatures appear and terrorize the townspeople.
Convinced the Mole Men are peaceful beings, Superman must save them from a vengeful mob determined to kill the armed visitors.
Beat the clock: The race is on to stop an innocent Death Row inmate's date with the electric chair.
A powerful ally: the Man of Steel assists an ex-con blackmailed into returning to his criminal past.
Swami says: send for Superman! Jimmy and Lois suspect a nightclub mind reader is linked to a theft ring.
Look up! Superman rescues a pilot on a test flight gone wrong and later frees him from kidnappers seeking military secrets.
An amateur shutterbug snaps some incriminating photos, one of which suggests Clark is you-know-who!
Superman is rendered powerless by a kryptonite trap. This sounds like a job for...Lois and Jimmy?
Beware of Superman! A nuclear incident leaves him glowing with radioactivity and lethal to anyone he's near.
Man or spirit? A magician believed dead may have resurfaced in a vendetta against his earthly foes.
The nose knows. A dog rescued from a well by Superman keeps showing up at Clark Kent's office.
Looks like him. Sounds like him. But he isn't Superman! A lookalike Man of Steel goes on a crime spree.
Surgically altered fingerprints. Lead masks to block x-ray vision. Will these foil the police and Superman?
Destination: Earth! Superman saves Metropolis from a plummeting asteroid -- and loses his memory in the process. Commentary available by Jack Larson (Jimmy Olsen) and Noel Neill (Lois Lane).
Meet Mr. Kelso, the computer that plans split second bank heists...and may know superman's secret, too.
The superhero saves a lost expedition, defeats a fearsome beast and uses his grip to turn coal into diamonds.
Burger, fries and friendship. Not everyone believes a diner owner who boasts of being pals with Superman.
What kind of clown would rob a kids' charity telethon? An imposter clown, that's who!
Clark is temporary guardian of a crime-connected youth who secretly plots revenge against the reporter.
Sam Spade. Philip Marlowe. Jimmy Olsen? He poses as a trench-coated private eye to stalk kidnappers. Commentary available by Jack Larson (Jimmy Olsen) and Noel Neill (Lois Lane).
Stop the presses! Frustrated by Daily Planet's reporters, Perry White decides to cover a murder story himself.
A terrorist bombs Metropolis' transportation systems. His method: armed, radio-controlled toy airplanes.
Avast, ye scurvy mates! A salvage-boat captain who fancies himself a pirate holds Lois and Jimmy captive.
Great Caesar's ghost! Jimmy Olsen replaces Perry White for a day -- with dizzy and dangerous results.
Noises. Unusual people. Jimmy is sure something strange is going on at the apartment of his mom's friend.
A mystery from Egypt's past: the antidote to an ancient poison is under the base of the Great Pyramid.
The bird has the word. A pet parakeet that knows an inventor's secret formula is mysteriously birdnapped.
Paging Dr. Superman! His x-ray vision helps a surgeon restore a girl's sight, then he flies her on a world tour.
An inventor's time contraption whisks the Daily Planet staff to 50,000 B.C. One problem: how to get back!
Sound and fury. Bank robbers have a sudden interest in a young audiophile's collection of recorded sounds.
Ladders, black cats, Friday the 13th. All harmless -- but someone intends real harm to an anti-superstition society.
No dinners, no hoopla...just Kryptonite. Two thugs have their own way of celebrating Superman Week.
He claims to be Caesar. But who's really behind the strange apparition vexing Perry White?
Great Horse faces his tribe's test of valor -- with help from a spirit named Superman!
Gee, thanks! An elderly woman rewards Jimmy $1 million because she thinks he rescued her cat.
Clark Kent is the man on the inside, posing as an ace safecracker to get the goods on a crime ring.
Wear the necklace and it protects you from harm. Bullets even bounce off Clark when he wears it!
His town. His way. But a bogus gunslinger who rules a Western town is no match for the Man of Steel.
Good ol' boy Sylvester is mistaken for Superman.
Is something hidden inside them? Items purchased at a Superman souvenir store may be clues to a crime.
A royal performance: Jimmy poses as a prince of Burgonia to help thwart an assassination plot.
A day at the races: Superman fight track corruption and the Daily Planet's racehorse gallops to victory.
Guess the number of jelly beans in the jar. With superman's help, it's possible to win a fixed contest.
They'll stop him cold! Thugs think a freezer will keep Superman on ice during a rigged election.
Criminals aboard a submarine aim to torpedo Perry White and his seaside cottage to smithereens.
Which way is up? An invention that causes the illusion of being upside-down is stolen for villainous use.
Who's that guy? Hoodlums kidnap Jimmy and put a tough-talking lookalike in his place at the Daily Planet.
Villains have Superman right where they want him when he attends a party for a visiting foreign dignitary.
Superman pops the question, Lois says "yes". Is it a dream come true for the smitten femme reporter?
Three brothers, one fortune. Its finders keepers as the trio hunt for a hidden family inheritance.
A $500,000 heist -- and Inspector Henderson is the fall guy when some of the dough is planted on him.
Mobsters use Kryptonite to capture the Man of Steel -- or at least a man they think is Superman!
How do you stop thieves who have the power of invisibility? That's the new challenge facing Superman!
Shiver me timbers! Pirates hold Clark, Lois and Jimmy on a deserted isle the U.S. Navy intends to destroy.
Good intentions gone bad. Superman helps a woman escape from behind the Iron Curtain...and inadvertently becomes a jewel smuggler.
A nose for news: A meek bookkeeper is an ace crime reporter -- with an occasional assist from Superman.
You can't locate it on a map. What's the secret behind a tiny, mysterious, out-of-the-way town?
She's the one. Members of a bizarre cult believe Lois is their ancient queen returned to life.
A bogus seer aims to make his own crooked dream come true - a plan to usurp the rule of a dotty monarch.
She'll get all the dirt. Lois goes undercover, posing as a housemaid to get a story on a notorious criminal.
Hot news: The arson suspect in a big warehouse fir is...Perry White!
A shave, a haircut, a new you, maybe a new life. A barber has an unusual influence on others.
Dialed in: An inventor's new creation gives crooks the ability to zoom themselves through telephone lines.
Oops! A boy gives his grandpa's coat to charity, unaware it holds the man's life savings. Can Superman save the savings?
And some kids just want a pony. A boy thinks the stolen circus elephant he finds is his birthday gift.
He's not from around here: A pint-sized Martian has a power that may be useful to crooks.
Jimmy Olsen: Scientist. The anti-gravity fluid he creates with his chemistry set draws interest from military men...and criminals.
A gentlemen's society of armored knights holds many secrets (and holds jimmy and Lois captive, too).
Ready, Aim...A crimelord kidnaps Lois and Jimmy, using them as bait to lure our hero into the line of fire of a Kryptonite ray gun.
Are half powers better than none? To be in two places at one time, Superman rearranges his molecular density.
Safe from justice? A killer hides inside a bunker made of a strange material even Superman can't penetrate.
The bomb explodes, a mushroom cloud rises...and Lois and Jimmy are stranded on the test site.
The kids can wait. Crooks attempt to claim a silver mine for themselves and keep it from becoming a summer camp.
An anti-memory vapor can be useful to villains...and perhaps to Clark Kent when he needs to conceal his heroics.
It means no harm. And may bring death to Superman. A newly created robot is powered by Kryptonite.
Sorry, Lois. Superman unexpectedly marries a gorgeous blonde policewoman. But why?
Superman Arrested! While he's out of the way, three circus performers use their respective skills in a heist.
Jimmy and Lois: bank robbers. They're accused of a theft committed by thugs and a mind-reading burro.
Lois is tied to railroad track! Crooks in lead masks vow vengeance against the Daily Planet staff.