|"Little Girl Lost"|
Season 2, Episode 27
|Airdate||May 2nd, 1998|
|Writer||Evan Dorkin; Sarah Dyer; Paul Dini; Alan Burnett|
|Producer||Alan Burnett; Paul Dini; Bruce Timm; Haven Alexander|
|Starring||Tim Daly; Dana Delany; David Kaufman|
|Previous||"Apokolips... Now! (Part 2)"|
|Next||"Little Girl Lost (Part 2)"|
"Little Girl Lost" is the twenty-seventh episode of season two of the superhero action program Superman: The Animated Series and the fortieth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Curt Geda with a script written by Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer, Paul Dini and Alan Burnett. It first aired on the WB Network on May 2nd, 1998.
Starring the voices of Edit
|Tim Daly||Superman/Clark Kent|
|Dana Delany||Lois Lane|
Also starring Edit
|David Kaufman||Jimmy Olsen|
|Mike Farrell||Jonathan Kent|
|Shelley Fabares||Martha Kent|
|Carolyn Seymour||Kala In-Ze|
|Edward Asner||Granny Goodness|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
- This is the first chapter in a two-part episode.
- This episode is included on disc one of the Superman: The Animated Series, Volume Three DVD collection by Warner Home Video.
- This is the first appearance of the DC Animated Universe version of Kara Zor-El, aka Supergirl. Supergirl was created by writer Otto Binder and artist Al Plastino and first appeared in the third feature in Action Comics #252 in May of 1959 in a story titled, "The Supergirl from Krypton".
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