Gangsters break into Clark's office searching for money and important papers, but can't find anything. The boss comes up with a new plan--he has found someone called "Kid Collins" who looks... See full summary »

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Gangsters break into Clark's office searching for money and important papers, but can't find anything. The boss comes up with a new plan--he has found someone called "Kid Collins" who looks exactly like Jimmy Olson. He kidnaps the real Jimmy and replaces him with the fake Jimmy. who has orders to get Clark to reveal where the money and documents are. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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28 April 1956 (USA)  »

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Pruitt - Thug #1: I'll be right behind you. And I can shoot this thing without making a hole in my pocket
Jimmy Olsen: How can you do that?
Pruitt - Thug #1: Cause I already got a hole in my pocket from the the last time I used it. C'mon.
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Two Jimmys...God Help Us
9 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Something important is being kept in a steel cabinet in the offices of the Daily Planet. The crooks try unsuccessfully to remove things but can't get at the real treasure trove. They are finally able to worm their way in by planting a double of Jimmy Olsen. This guy is quite dangerous. He is also mouthy and disrespectful, traits Jimmy doesn't possess. It becomes a comedy of errors as people can't figure out who is who, even the crooks. Once again, our cub reporter gets a chance to stretch his legs and do some acting. Had Jimmy not tried this silliness before, things would have played out a lot easier. Anyway, the conversation is quite genuine and Jack Larson, who plays Jimmy, does a very fine job in dual roles. The acting is quite good all around.


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