|"The Last Knight"|
Season 6, Episode 1
|Airdate||February 3rd, 1958|
|Writer||David T. Chantler|
|Producer||Whitney Ellsworth; Edward Donahue; Robert H. Justman|
|Starring||George Reeves; Jack Larson; Noel Neill; John Hamilton|
|Previous||"Whatever Goes Up"|
|Next||"The Magic Secret"|
"The Last Knight" is the first episode of season six of the live-action superhero/action series The Adventures of Superman and the 92nd episode of the series overall. It was directed by Thomas Carr with a script written by David T. Chantler. It first aired in syndication on February 3rd, 1958. In this episode, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen are kidnapped by a crackpot wearing Medieval armor.
Principal Cast Edit
|George Reeves||Superman, Clark Kent|
|Jack Larson||Jimmy Olsen|
|Noel Neill||Lois Lane|
|John Hamilton||Perry White|
Guest Stars Edit
|Robert Shayne||Bill Henderson|
|Marshall Bradford||Sir Arthur|
|Paul Power||Sir Gawaine|
|Pierre Watkin||Sir Lancelot|
|Jason Johnson||Sir Henry|
|Thomas Dillon||Museum guard|
|Ollie O'Toole||A squire|
|Ronald Foster||First policeman|
|Morgan Windbeil||Second policeman|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on the Adventures of Superman: The Complete Fifth & Sixth Seasons DVD collection. The collection was produced by Warner Home Video and released in Region 1 format on November 14th, 2006.
- This is the fortieth episode of The Adventures of Superman to be filmed in full-color.
- This is the thirty-seventh and final episode of The Adventures of Superman directed by Thomas Carr. he previously directed "Around the World with Superman".
- This is the thirty-first episode of The Adventures of Superman written by David T. Chandler. He previously wrote "The Stolen Elephant". His next episode is "The Big Forget".
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See also Edit
Adventures of Superman
Lois & Clark
Superman: The Animated Series
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