|The Adventures of Superboy|
Season NA, Episode 00
|Writer||Vernon E. Clark; Whitney Ellsworth|
|Starring||Johnny Rockwell; Bunny Henning|
"The Adventures of Superboy" is an unaired pilot episode for what was to be a potential live-action television series that never materialized. The episode was directed by George Blair with a script written by Vernon E. Clark and Whitney Ellsworth. It is based on the character of Superboy as seen in comic book titles published by DC Comics.
Principal Cast Edit
|Johnny Rockwell||Superboy, Clark Kent|
|Bunny Henning||Lana Lang|
Guest Stars Edit
|Ross Elliott||Mister Drake|
|Robert Williams||Police Chief Parker|
|Ray Walker||Theater manager|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Superboy was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster and first appeared as the character Superman in the pages of Action Comics #1 in June, 1938. Superman made his introduction as Superboy in the third story in More Fun Comics #101 in January, 1945.
- The character of Lana Lang was created by writer Bill Finger and artist John Sikela. She was introduced in Superboy #10 in October, 1950.
- This is the very first television appearance of Superboy.
- This is the first television appearance of the character of Lana Lang.
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