Adventures of Superman: Season 6, Episode 1

The Last Knight (3 Feb. 1958)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Action, Adventure, Crime
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A man wearing armor kidnaps Lois and Jimmy.


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Episode cast overview:
Marshall Bradford ...
Sir Arthur
Paul Power ...
Sir Gawaine
Pierre Watkin ...
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


A man wearing armor kidnaps Lois and Jimmy.

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3 February 1958 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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At the time this episode aired, Ron Foster and Morgan Windbeil (who play the two unnamed policemen) could also be regularly seen in the respective roles of Officers Garvey and Hoffman on the syndicated series Highway Patrol (1955). See more »

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Good Knight, Bad Knight
14 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A group of four rich men form a kind of secret society, attempting to follow the code of the Arthurian knights. They even take names like Gawain and Lancelot. They are relatively harmless but do some pretty dangerous things. Dangerous in that if they are caught they could spend some jail time. While Lois and Jimmy are in a museum, they steal what we think is the ring but it is not. However, the two reporters are initially blamed and this piques their curiosity. Superman gets into the act and confronts the men, but he does nothing because he doesn't see them as a threat. So where's the rub. Well, the three have a pact. They have invested a small fortune in their activity. It is quite a large amount and if something were to happen to one or more of them, the others would benefit. If three of the four were to die, the surviving one would get it all. You get the picture. There is duplicity and trickery along the way. This is one of the better episodes because it keeps a semblance of reality.

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