|"The Battle With Bizarro"|
Season 2, Episode 7
|Airdate||November 18th, 1989|
|Producer||Ilya Salkind; Buck Allen|
|Starring||Gerard Christopher; Stacy Haiduk; Ilan Mitchell-Smith|
|Previous||"Bizarro... The Thing of Steel"|
|Next||"Mr. and Mrs. Superboy"|
"The Battle With Bizarro" is the seventh episode of season two of the superhero fantasy series Superboy and the thirty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Nutter with a script written by Mark Jones. It first aired in syndication on Saturday, November 18th, 1989. In this episode, Bizarro abducts Lana Lang and it is up to the recovering Superboy to save her. Professor Peterson uses his duplication ray to create a special type of Kryptonite designed to affect Bizarro.
Principal Cast Edit
|Gerard Christopher||Superboy, Clark Kent|
|Stacy Haiduk||Lana Lang|
|Ilan Mitchell-Smith||Andy McAlister|
Guest Stars Edit
|George Chakiris||Professor Peterson|
|Scott Rogers||Burly guy|
|John Bryan Boyd||Cop|
Uncredited cast Edit
Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.
|Tom Nowicki||Police sergeant|
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