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Version of 

Superman (1941) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1948)
Based on "Action Comics"
Atom Man vs. Superman (1950)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman and the Mole-Men (1951)
Based on "Action Comics"
Adventures of Superman (1952) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Stamp Day for Superman (1954) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman in Scotland Yard (1954)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman Flies Again (1954)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman and the Jungle Devil (1954)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman in Exile (1954)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman's Peril (1954)
Based on "Action Comics"
The Adventures of Superpup (1958) (TV Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
The Adventures of Superboy (1961) (TV Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superboy (1966)
Based on "Action Comics"
The New Adventures of Superman (1966) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
The Adventures of Superboy (1966) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1973)
Based on "Action Comics"
It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman! (1975) (TV Movie)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1978)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1979) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Süpermen Dönüyor (1979)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superwoman (1979)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1980)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut (1980) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman II (1980)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman III (1983)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl (1984)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1987) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1987)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1988) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superboy (1988) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
The Death and Return of Superman (1994) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superboy: Spies from Outer Space (1996) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: The Mysterious Mr. Mist (1996) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1996) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: The Last Son of Krypton (1996) (TV Movie)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superwoman (1997) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
The Multipath Adventures of Superman (1999) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (1999) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: Shadow of Apokolips (2002) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: The Man of Steel (2002) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Krypto the Superdog (2005) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: Brainiac Attacks (2006) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman Returns (2006)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman Returns (2006) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman/Doomsday (2007) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Return to Supermans (2007) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: Red Son (2009) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
CR: Superman Returns (2010) (Video Game)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Super-Man (2011) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
All-Star Superman (2011) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl (2011) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: Requiem (2011)
Based on "Action Comics"
Super Girl (2011) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman vs. The Elite (2012) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl: Stranger in a Strange Land (2013) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman: Unbound (2013) (Video)
Based on "Action Comics"
Man of Steel (2013)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl in the Watery Trap (2013) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Golden Moustache: Batman v Superman (2013) (TV Episode)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl: Endurance (2013) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl & the Bloody Traces of Stargirl (2014) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl IV: The Submerged Tangled Web (2014) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl V: Deadly Seduction (2015)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superboy: The Tween Years (2015) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Twilight Zone: The Deadly Admirer of Supergirl (2015) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl (2015) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman (2015) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman Meets Batman (2016) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Supergirl VI: The Quest for Peace (2016)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superboy: Son of Tomorrow (2016) (Short)
Based on "Action Comics"
Krypton (2018) (TV Series)
Based on "Action Comics"
Superman vs Doomsday
Based on "Action Comics"

Edited into 

Spun-off from 

Superman (1978)


Smallville: Chloe Chronicles (2003) (TV Mini-Series)
This is a spinoff of the Smallville television series.
Aquaman (2006) (TV Short)
uses the same characters
Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles (2006) (TV Mini-Series)

Referenced in 

Leaving Metropolis (2002)
Matt and Violet talk about Clark Kent getting married to Lois Lane, and Lois does not even know he is Superman.
The Bernie Mac Show: Nut Job (2003) (TV Episode)
Bernie calls Jordan this when he sees his cape
Big Fish (2003)
Unscripted: Episode #1.1 (2005) (TV Episode)
Bryan has a part on this show
Entourage: Aquamansion (2005) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Jeopardy!: 2005 Back to School Week Game 5 (2005) (TV Episode)
correct response in "What's on TV, Kids?" category
The Office: Performance Review (2005) (TV Episode)
Dwight's line
Hoodwinked! (2005)
In Boingo's map of Boingoland, the borders show it domineering over an area called Smallville.
Nobody's Watching (2006) (TV Movie)
Mentioned in dialogue
Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman (2006) (TV Special)
Talked about as numerous clips play on screen
Heart of a Hero: A Tribute to Christopher Reeve (2006) (Video)
mentioned once
The Simpsons: You Kent Always Say What You Want (2007) (TV Episode)
Ned reviewing show
Nancy Drew (2007)
Ned Nickerson asks if Nancy if she is romantically interested in the "guy" (Tom Welling) from Smallville.
The Daily Show: Steve Vogel (2007) (TV Episode)
In Jason Jones's piece, George Bush realizes that Smallville just started.
Gossip Girl: Pilot (2007) (TV Episode)
As Dan rushes to catch his ride to school, we see the side of the bus and it has an advertisement with a logo that reads "Smallville".
Heroes Unmasked: Telling Tales (2007) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Alma Mater (2007) (TV Episode)
one of the shows brought up in the TV show identification duel between Lester and Morgan
The Deconstructor: Superheroes (2008) (TV Episode)
Features selected themes and characters
Troldspejlet: Episode #39.19 (2008) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the tv-series in his review of Dark Sector (2008) (VG)
Jimmy on Jimmy (2008) (Video)
photo shots of TV series
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Echelon Conspiracy/Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li/Crossing Over (2009) (TV Episode)
Ellen says that Kristin Kreuk looks better on the big screen than she did in Smallville
The Einstein Factor: 2009 Series A: Heat 4 (2009) (TV Episode)
The first seven seasons are chosen by Cat Stephens as her special subject.
Best Worst Movie (2009)
John Schneider signs a photo of himself as Jonathan Kent from the series.
Jeopardy!: 2009 Teen Tournament Semifinal 2 (2009) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "The CW"
30 Rock: The Problem Solvers (2009) (TV Episode)
When Liz mentions Superman during her meeting, Scottie mentions Tom Welling.
The Building (2009) (TV Movie)
One character jokingly called "Lois Lane" is played by same actress
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Nacho Sampler (2010) (TV Episode)
The Season Five DVD can be seen on a rack in Buy More when Manoosh and Chuck meet.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.97 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $5,000 question
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Mask (2010) (TV Episode)
Chuck tells Hannah (Kristin Kreuk) that Shaw is "the strong, kind of Superman-y type of a guy." Kreuk also played Lana Lang on "Smallville."
The Killing Machine (2010)
"Kent farm" barn used as location
Bad Movie Beatdown: Street Fighter- The Legend of Chun-Li (2010) (TV Episode)
mentions Kristin Kreuk from this show
Warehouse 13: Beyond Our Control (2010) (TV Episode)
Before kissing him, Claudia tells Todd, "You are a Wonder Twin." Refering to the actresses role as one of the Wonder Twins in episode 9.8 "Idol"
Edición Especial Coleccionista: B.A.D. Cats (2011) (TV Episode)
Appears on the list of DVD releases of March - 9th season
Robot Chicken: Catch Me If You Kangaroo Jack (2011) (TV Episode)
A UFO crashes in Smallville.
Breaking In: Take the Movie and Run (2011) (TV Episode)
Michael Rosenbaum's Superman t-shirt is a not so subtle referance to his seven season role as Lex Luthor.
A Planet Comicon Panel with Helen Slater (2011) (Video)
Talked about by Helen.
Smallville: The Complete Series Retrospective (2011) (Video)
documentary feature of TV series
Atop the Fourth Wall: Marville #1 (2012) (TV Episode)
Linkara mentions the comic title being a take off of this show.
Are You There, Chelsea?: Pilot (2012) (TV Episode)
Dee Dee has the complete first season on dvd.
Jeopardy!: Episode #28.181 (2012) (TV Episode)
correct response in "TV Title References" category
Mad: Dark Knight at the Museum/Lemming Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Video Game Deaths (2012) (TV Episode)
Clark Kent from this show tries to stop the Riddler.
The Replacement Gods (2012) (Video)
Mentioned by the narrator.
Chelsea Lately: Episode #7.23 (2013) (TV Episode)
Bobby mentions the show by name.
Mad: George Washington: Cherry Tree Chopper/Star Wars Earn Stripes (2013) (TV Episode)
Dean Cain tries to tell the viewers that he's not the Superman from this show.
Man of Steel (2013)
When Clark is being bullied, it's in the vicinity of "Sullivan Truck and Tractor Repair," which is a nod to Chloe Sullivan, who was Clark's best friend and most trusted sidekick in TV show Smallville (2001), and an original character created for the show. Also, in the same scene, Clark is bullied by a gang led by Whitney Fordham, a character who was inspired by Whitney Fordman, another character created for the show as Lana Lang's boyfriend in season 1. Also, several actors (Amy Adams, Alessandro Juliani, Tahmoh Penikett, David Lewis, Mackenzie Gray, Mike Dopud, Chad Krowchuk, Ian Tracey, Carmen Lavigne and David Patkeau) appeared in episodes of the show, in addition to many other small nods to the series.
Watchman Video Broadcast: The Comic Con: Part 2 (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mike.
Hell's Kitchen: Winner Chosen (2013) (TV Episode)
title shown on screen when John Schneider appears
Honest Trailers: Man of Steel (2013) (TV Episode)
Smallville is mentioned
Broad City: Working Girls (2014) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Trey.
The Big Bang Theory: The Commitment Determination (2015) (TV Episode)
Leonard mentions the show by name.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Norm MacDonald/JoAnna Garcia Swisher/Jeremih ft. Flo Rida (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Jimmy in his opening monologue
Atop the Fourth Wall: More Fun Comics #73 (2015) (TV Episode)
Linkara mentions Aquaman appearing on this show
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
Mentioned in dialogue.
Supergirl: Worlds Finest (2016) (TV Episode)
Cat insists the speedster should be called "The Blur", Clark Kent's super hero identity in this series.
Supergirl: Crossfire (2016) (TV Episode)
The name Lillian Luthor was conceived for this series.
Jeopardy!: Episode #33.59 (2016) (TV Episode)
correct response in "The TV Business" category
Earth: Rise of New Krypton (2016) (Short)
Adapted action sequence.
Supergirl: Luthors (2017) (TV Episode)
Lex and Lena's father was named Lionel Luthor.
TMZ on TV: Episode dated 5 May 2017 (2017) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Hollywood Game Night: Playing Hardwick to Get (2017) (TV Episode)
Used as an answer or clue in one of the games
Supergirl: Midvale (2017) (TV Episode)
Kara tells Alex about Clark's friend Chloe and her Wall of Weird.
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (2018)
Superman references the opening song saying, "somebody save me."

Featured in 

Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman (2006) (TV Special)
Clips are shown as this show was talked about
The Science of Superman (2006) (TV Movie)
Clips from various episodes showing X-ray vision and super speed.
Smallville's Doomsday: The Making of a Monster (2009) (Video)
footage of Season 8
The Cinema Snob: Superman: The 1975 Musical (2010) (TV Episode)
Footage used in review intro.
Great TV Mistakes (2010) (TV Movie)
mark on floor visible/cut on head moves
Edición Especial Coleccionista: Las reliquias: Smallville (2011) (TV Episode)
parts of episodes 1 & 2 shown
The Replacement Gods (2012) (Video)
Clips are shown.
Showreel: The Final Countdown (2013) (TV Episode)
Clips shown and mentioned in the history of Superman segment
Atop the Fourth Wall: Blue-Skying, Part 1: Blue Beetle Dan Garrett (2016) (TV Episode)
recalling the more contemporary Blue Beetle's appearances in other DC media
ScrewAttack's Top 10s: Top 10 STUPIDEST Superman Moments (2018) (TV Episode)
Stride Gum giving you superpowers is the #6 pick.
The 2000s: The Platinum Age Of Television (2018) (TV Episode)
clips shown

Spoofed in 

Old School (2003)
Near end, Mark drives Porsche off bridge into creek and onto Pritchard
Mad: The Social Netjerk/Smallville: Turn Off the Clark (2011) (TV Episode)
parody sketch: "Smallville: Turn off the Clark"
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise (2014) (TV Short)
A young Lex Luthor's Sexx Luthor rock act takes place in Smallville. Like the events of this TV show, he is in Smallville before Superman goes to Metropolis, unlike most continuities.

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