A man wearing armor kidnaps Lois and Jimmy.

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Marshall Bradford ...
Sir Arthur
Paul Power ...
Sir Gawaine
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Jason Johnson ...
Sir Henry
Tom Dillon ...
Museum Guard (as Thomas Dillon)
Ollie O'Toole ...
A Squire
Ron Foster ...
First Policeman (as Ronald Foster)
Morgan Windbeil ...
Second Policeman
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A man wearing armor kidnaps Lois and Jimmy.

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3 February 1958 (USA)  »

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Pierre Watkin played Perry White in a pair of movie serials, "Superman" (1948) and "Atom Man vs. Superman" (1950); when John Hamilton died following the sixth season of "The Adventures of Superman", Watkin was rumored to be in line for the role until the death of George Reeves killed the series. See more »

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Superman: A Knight In Flying Armor
29 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lois and Jimmy are in a museum photographing things for a news article. Lois is admiring the big diamond ring encased in glass. Jimmy says something like "Well, if I was a crook, I'd get that for you." Some people overhear him. At closing time, a man inside a suit of armor in the same room, "comes to life" and steals the diamond. Of course, Jimmy and Lois, the last people in the room, are blamed for the theft.

However, it's soon discovered that the jewel wasn't stolen at all. It was all part of some "test" by these four crazy old guys who think they are back in the days of the Knights of the Round Table. One problem: Sir Arthur, who pulled the stunt, left his cuff link and knows Olsen has it, which might lead the police to their little group.

After a slow start, this became entertaining. It not only was funny but there was an element of crime as one of the Knights turns out to be a killer, trying to get the money of the other three. Once again, Jimmy and Lois need to be rescued, this time from a dungeon.

If nothing else, this episode is worth seeing just to see Superman flying through the air in a suit of armor!!


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