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Three members of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 30th century travel back in time to stop Brainiac from killing Clark Kent in his youth.

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Butch Lukic
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Tim Daly ... Superman / Clark Kent (voice) (credit only)
Jason Marsden ... Young Clark Kent (voice)
Corey Burton ... Brainiac (voice)
Jason Priestley ... Chameleon Boy / Reep Daggle (voice)
Chad Lowe ... Cosmic Boy / Rokk Krinn (voice)
Melissa Joan Hart ... Saturn Girl / Imra Ardeen (voice)
Mike Farrell ... Jonathan Kent (voice)
Shelley Fabares ... Martha Kent (voice)
Kelly Schmidt Kelly Schmidt ... Lana Lang (voice)
Scott Menville ... Kenny Braverman (voice)
Tony Pope ... Scientist (voice)
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Three members of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 30th century travel back in time to stop Brainiac from killing Clark Kent in his youth.

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Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 1998 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. Animation See more »
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Color
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Trivia

This story varies from the comic book story by replacing Lightning Lad with Chameleon Boy. See more »

Quotes

Cosmic Boy: Wouldn't hurt to have a disguise.
Saturn Girl: Hold still.
[puts glasses on Clark]
Saturn Girl: Well?
Young Clark Kent: Like a pair of glasses is gonna fool anyone.
Cosmic Boy: It better.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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This is how 'Smallville' should've been done
19 February 2007 | by rorygunnSee all my reviews

No seriously..this episode in thirty minutes covers the same territory that the show Smallville does but yet this was done way better.Granted the main story about Brainiac was borrowed from 'The Terminator' the stuff with a young Clark Kent trying to come to grips with his emerging powers carried more weight than in Smallville..you could really see and hear the confusion in Clark as he tries to figure out why he can do such amazing things and how he and they fit into the world..Also Lana Lang is done better as well..her and Clark aren't bad lovesick puppies like in Smallville....This show did in thirty minutes what Smallville could never do in 5 seasons


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