Adventures of Superman: Season 1, Episode 23

Ghost Wolf (20 Feb. 1953)

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The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the Daily Planet and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Phyllis Coates ...
John Hamilton ...
Robert Shayne ...
Inspector Henderson (credit only)
Babette DuLoque
Lou Krugman ...
Jacques Olivier
Stanley Andrews ...
Sam Garvin
Harold Goodwin ...


The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the Daily Planet and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last of its employees is scared off due to evidence of a werewolf on the premises, Perry White sends Clark, Jimmy, and Lois to investigate. Written by page8701

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Woods, Werewolves and Wows (Miss Coates & Miss Adams).
6 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

WHEN SOME MYSTERIOUS occurrences happen in serial fashion, threatening to shut down the productivity of the Daily Planet's timber range and accompanying pulp operation, the trouble shooting threesome of Clark, Jimmy and Lois are dispatched to the North Woods by Mr.White to investigate and eliminate the need for further complaint.

AMONG THE ADVERSE events are reports of a rampaging werewolf's intimidating the locals. Evidence points to the lycanthrope's being linked to some fair maiden of the woodlands; possibly even being the creature. The lady (Jane Adams*) and the 'Werewolf tracks' had been seen together; leading the locals down the path of hysteria.

IN THE END, it was found that there was indeed no 'Wolfman' and that the girl (woo, woo, woo, woo!) was not the villain; but rather some who would attempt to destroy the Daily Planet's ability to publish. We aren't sure who portrayed the dog/alleged werewolf here; but he sure looked a lot like our dog, 'Shep!'

VETERANS OF MANY a "B" Movie (and some "A's" as well) who rounded out the cast were: Harold Goodwin, Stanley Andrews and Lou Krugman.

MJUCH LIKE THE pilot movie that launched the series, SUPERMAN & THE MOLEMEN, the plot revolved around the combination of fear and ignorance and how they turn normally rational people into a mob. The other half of the story concerns how the hero undoes the harm caused by the bad guys.

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