Lois (Noel Neill) writes a story about the discovery of an ancient necklace with alleged magic powers. It is said that whosoever wears the necklace will be protected from all harm. Gangster... See full summary »

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Lois (Noel Neill) writes a story about the discovery of an ancient necklace with alleged magic powers. It is said that whosoever wears the necklace will be protected from all harm. Gangster boss Jake Morrell (Lawrence Ryle) decides to kidnap Lois as part of a scheme to find out if necklace is all it is cracked up to be--but Morrell has reckoned without the intervention of Lois' fellow reporter Clark Kent (George Reeves), who happens to have an alternate identity as a flying superhero. Written by anyamarie42

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Superstitions And Such
10 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As in the last episode, there are a lot of familiar faces in this one. Many of the actors who played crooks in numerous episodes are in this fraud story as a Prof. Jody (played wildly by Leonard Mudie - nice name) claims to have a magic necklace from Tibet which protects whomever is wearing it from death. He knows it's baloney but no one else knows he knows, and, being dumb superstitious people the rest of the cast all buys it, from all the crooks to Lois Lanes.

The bad guys are trying to get their hands on it while snoopy Lane gets herself (and Jimmy Olsen, who always seems to tag along with her) in trouble again. The only one who doesn't believe "magic" throughout the show is Clark Kent.

All the reporters are held hostage in Tibet and what happens to the big, happy entourage of good and bad people, well....you'll have to buy Supermans Seasons 3 and 4 DVD set (which, so far, is excellent.)


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