Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Season 2, Episode 7

That Old Gang of Mine (13 Nov. 1994)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Your rating:
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 -/10 X  
Ratings: 7.4/10 from 105 users  
Reviews: 1 user

A scientist who believes he can alter people's personalities using their DNA brings Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, John Dillinger, and Al Capone back using a special cloning process. When ... See full summary »


(as Lorraine Senna Ferrara)


(creator), (creator), 3 more credits »
0Check in

Watch Now

From $1.99 on Amazon Instant Video


IMDb Picks: August

Visit our IMDb Picks section to see our recommendations of movies and TV shows coming out in August.

Visit the IMDb Picks section

User Lists

Related lists from IMDb users

a list of 2772 titles
created 26 Dec 2012

Related Items

Connect with IMDb

Share this Rating

Title: That Old Gang of Mine (13 Nov 1994)

That Old Gang of Mine (13 Nov 1994) on IMDb 7.4/10

Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below.

Take The Quiz!

Test your knowledge of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
« Previous Episode | 28 of 87 Episodes | Next Episode »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lane Smith ...
Detective Wolfe
Lonnie Burr ...


A scientist who believes he can alter people's personalities using their DNA brings Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, John Dillinger, and Al Capone back using a special cloning process. When Clyde shoots Clark during a confrontation, he must fake his death in order to hide his dual identity. Written by Anonymous

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis





Release Date:

13 November 1994 (USA)  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs

Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
See  »

Did You Know?


The title refers to the 1929 barbershop song "Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up (That Old Gang Of Mine)" composed by Sammy Fain with lyrics by Irving Kahal and Willie Raskin. See more »


Perry White: Great shades of Elvis! They're coming out of the woodwork now.
Al Capone: Who's Elvis?
See more »


References The Untouchables (1959) See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

A scientist brings violent criminals back from the dead and they proceed to kill Clark.
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I loved this episode. It was so imaginative, I'm amazed anyone was able to come up with all of it!

While Jimmy is at Perry's house to work on his malfunctioning car, two carjackers who look (and act) like Bonnie and Clyde steal the vintage car that Perry is keeping for the Daily Planet's anniversary celebration. They lock Perry and Jimmy in Perry's car, run the engine and close the door, leaving them to die. Jimmy, however, manages to put the car in reverse and get them out before they are killed.

Bonnie and Clyde, it turns out, are only two of the gang of long-dead violent criminals that a scientist has brought back from the dead, to prove his theory on modifying violent criminals genetically to make them more docile. Not the first mistake the scientist made was also bringing back John Dillinger and AL CAPONE. While Lois and Clark go to a look-alike talent agency, the gang robs a bank nearby and runs into Superman for the first time. Before Superman went to save the day, however, he showed up in the talent agency while Clark was there. Barry, who it turns out performs as Superman's look-alike, sounds like a gangster himself and something of a bad boy. Lois, however, insists that Superman's hair is shorter and to prove it, she shows them a picture of Superman that she keeps in her wallet, much to the amusement of all the guys present.

Al Capone then decides he is going to take over Metropolis, like in the old days, beginning by trying to bribe Perry and the mayor. Both refuse, much to Capone's displeasure. After some investigation, Lois and Clark end up at an illegal gambling parlor Capone wants to take over. Bonnie is there and hits mercilessly on Clark, who claims to be "sometimes shy" and not willing to "show people his underwear", which the audience all knows to be his Superman costume. Clyde interrupts and Clark is suggesting to Lois that they leave when Capone arrives to tell them he is taking over. Dillinger wants Lois to be their "hostess" and Clark defends her, getting shot in the process. Realizing that he can't reveal he is imperious to a tommy-gun, Superman/Clark plays dead. The gang takes his body, leaving a distraught Lois behind. When they dump the seemingly dead Clark on the street, he heads for Smallville to hide out until he can figure out what to do. He discusses the situation with his parents, saying he feels that his real life is now over. They point out that he can still see his friends, as Superman, but even Lois, he says, acts very differently around Superman than around Clark. Even the fact that Lois is handling it badly doesn't make him feel any better.

Meanwhile, Jimmy is as shaken as Lois and Perry tries to console him. Lois comes into the office, although she is miserable. Lois tells Perry "He died without knowing...I never told him," but is interrupted by a detective before she can explain. The detective takes a call on Lois' phone and jots a note on the memo pad. When he leaves, Lois, predictably, follow the lead, finds the now locked-up scientist who started the whole mess and tries to set him free. However, the gang returns home before she can do it and they are caught. In the model of all good gangster stories, they decide to encase Lois and the scientist in cement. Superman finds Jimmy in the process of clearing off Clark's desk. Jimmy explains that he can't reach Lois on her pager. Superman has him continue paging her and follows the sound of her pager to them, saving them in the usual nick of time.

Superman flies off, and Lois bursts into tears. Until she looks up and seeing Clark walking toward her. She is overwhelmed and hugs him continuously. He explains that Superman froze his body and followed the scientist's instructions to save him. When they decide to head for the Daily Planet party, he says he'll meet her there, but she says she will not let him out of her sight ever again. They arrive at the Planet together; Lois stops to call the cops, while Clark starts up the steps. Meanwhile, Perry proposes a toast to Clark just as Capone and his gang show up. They begin to spray the crowd with bullets, but Superman shows up, catching all the bullets and then turning all their "heaters" hot with his heat beam. Jimmy even gets to punch Dillinger for shooting Clark. The bad guys are sent to jail, all is right with the world, and Lois, who showed up in time to push Bonnie into the cake, asks if Perry and Jimmy have seen Clark. Not yet knowing about his reappearance, they think she has gone off the deep end until Clark shows up behind her, blaming being out of shape for just arriving. Clark explains how he has been saved on the way downstairs in the elevator.

Clark yawns and comments on how being dead can really take it out of you, and Lois offers a ride home. On the way, Lois reveals that she has been thinking about how much she would miss him and how much she'd miss him for the rest of her life. She tells him that maybe there is more to their relationship than friendship. She looks over, and he's asleep, leaving the question still up in the air between them.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Message Boards

Recent Posts
Best looking Superman of all, hands down stotop86
Jimmy rena165129
Why does he wear the glasses before he's Superman? headfulofghosts126
Favorite episodes? soultransfixion
Lois and Clark in bed csigsrfan
Interested in a Blu Ray option? Alack-Knell-Kert
Discuss That Old Gang of Mine (1994) on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: