In the eyes of most Superman fans, this series consisted of four seasons. Season 1 (1966-1967) was a 30 minute show featuring two Superman segments sandwiched around one Superboy story. ... See full summary »
In the eyes of most Superman fans, this series consisted of four seasons. Season 1 (1966-1967) was a 30 minute show featuring two Superman segments sandwiched around one Superboy story. Season two made up the first half of The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure and season 3 filled the last half of The Batman/Superman Hour. Both seasons 2 and 3 featured the same format of two Superman and one Superboy segments, and consisted of both new material and reruns from previous seasons. Season 4 (1969-1970) saw the series return once more to a stand-alone, 30-minute show; and consisted of only previously aired episodes. Written by
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Julie Bennett and Joan Alexander split voice duties for Lois Lane. Bennett voiced Lois Lane in the following episodes - "The Prehistoric Pterodactyls", "The Chimp Who Made It Big", "Superman Meets Brainiac", "The Iron Eater", "The Deadly Dish", "The Return Of Brainiac", "The Prankster", "The Saboteurs", "Menace Of The Lava Men", "War Of The Bee Battalion", "The Image Maker", "The Malevolent Mummy", and "The Abominable Iceman." Joan Alexander, the original radio voice of Lois Lane, voiced the character in the following episodes - "The Deadly Icebergs", "The Toys Of Doom", "The Robot Of Riga", "Return Of The Warlock", "The Warlock's Revenge", "Ape Army Of The Amazon", "The Atomic Superman", "The Electro-Magnetic Monster", "A.P.E. Strikes Again", and "Brainiac's Blue Bubbles". See more »
The ocean liner, I think it's ready for a cruise - on LAND!
[The Warlock's magic ruby beams the ship down Metropolis' Main Street]
Gosh, Mr. White, an ocean liner on Main Street?
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Listen to Stu from Australia! Stu is absolutely right! This was fun! I loved these cartoons! I loved the Superboy cartoons that were shown along with the New Adventures of Superman too. The Aquaman cartoons featured along with Superman also rocked! Aquaman was at his best and kicked serious butt in those cartoons. It was all extremely exciting stuff and a blast to watch when I was a kid. The voice artists were superb and there was great music too. The pacing of the adventures was fast and thrilling. There was never a dull moment. I'd love to see these again. I'd buy them immediately if they were on DVD. Put 'em out on DVD somebody!
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