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Church of Metropolis 

While visiting Lois' Uncle Mike, she and Clark witness gang intimidation and discover that "Intergang", a new criminal organization has moved into and begun to control south Metropolis. ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Singer

Writers:

Jerry Siegel ("Superman" created by), Joe Shuster ("Superman" created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Dean Cain ... Clark Kent / Superman
Teri Hatcher ... Lois Lane
Lane Smith ... Perry White
Justin Whalin ... Jimmy Olsen
K Callan ... Martha Kent
Eddie Jones ... Jonathan Kent
Bruce Weitz ... Martin Snell
Farrah Forke ... Mayson Drake
Dick Miller ... Mike Lane
Steven Gilborn ... Silhouette Cop
Michael Holden ... Judge Lance A. Davis
Peter Boyle ... Bill Church
Dwayne Barnes ... Baby Rage (as Dwayne L. Barnes)
Philippe Bergeron ... French Operative
James Kiriyama-Lem ... Tech One
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While visiting Lois' Uncle Mike, she and Clark witness gang intimidation and discover that "Intergang", a new criminal organization has moved into and begun to control south Metropolis. Superman becomes powerless to help because of their threats against everyone closest to him. Lois gets jealous when the investigator in charge, Mayson Drake, begins to show interest in Clark. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 October 1994 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Martin Snell: Your Honor, it's clear to me that the voice on that recording is that of an actor hired to impersonate me.
Judge: Really? I'd love to hear his Brando.
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Fly Me To The Moon
Written in 1954 by Bart Howard
Performed by Dinah Washington
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A new crime element is moving into Metropolis.
20 January 2007 | by writer93-1See all my reviews

When Lois' Uncle's restaurant is set alight by local hoods, Lois and Clark discover there is more than gang-related violence going on in the run-down neighborhood. A large discount store is opening in the area and the international crime organization Intergang is trying to take over the neighborhood (so it can build casinos) by paying thugs to commit crime and lower property values. Superman stops the criminal "Baby Rage," but Clark was the one who saw him place the incendiary device, so the assistant District Attorney asks him to testify in court. Her interest, though, isn't purely professional, which she makes obvious to Clark, making Lois see green. In addition, she doesn't like Superman because he is not a licensed officer of the law and doesn't read criminals their rights. All of this has Clark confused, since the opposite seems to be true of Lois.

A lawyer for Intergang, however, tries to buy Superman's "cooperation" and then threatens Jimmy, Lois and Perry. He is prevented from being in the neighborhood as Superman, but Lois gives him an idea for how to go undercover and still watch her Uncle's place.


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