Kyle Griffin (a.k.a The Prankster) escapes from jail using an new weapon that freezes people using a yellow beam of light and resumes harassing Lois. This time he has an added goal, kidnapping the President while he is visiting Metropolis.

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Kyle Griffin (a.k.a The Prankster) escapes from jail using an new weapon that freezes people using a yellow beam of light and resumes harassing Lois. This time he has an added goal, kidnapping the President while he is visiting Metropolis.

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The scene where Griffin's father, played by Harold Gould, pretends to be a painter to gain access to Metropolis Power and Light is a duplication of a scene he played in The Sting (1973) 20 years earlier where he pretends to be a painter to gain access to a telegraph office See more »

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Lois: ...the police are looking for the Prankster, and Superman, I'm sure is on the job, so the President would probably be safer here in Metropolis than he would be in the White House.
Agent Carrigan: And what would you know about the White House, ma'am?
Lois: N-nothing. Nothing. I-I was just... sample, you know? Could've said 'safer than a bug in a rug', or... 'two peas in a pod'...
Agent Carrigan: Are you on any type of medication, ma'am?
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The Prankster is back and bent of revenge again. This time with Superman as well as Lois Lane.
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Prankster is back. This time he has a freezing ray that he uses on Lois. It also doubles as a camera, so he can take a picture of himself with her and leave it in her hand to see when she wakes up.

His real goal, though, is greed. The President of the USA is coming to town and he decides he wants to hold him for ransom. If he can find a way to modify the beam so that it works on Superman, they will be unstoppable!

Lois, Clark, and Superman have to find a way to stop them. If only to keep them from freezing the Daily Plant staff and putting Lois' dress on Jimmy Olsen again!


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