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Early ad-campaigns for the LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN TV series. The tag lines read: Have you been to Metropolis lately?

A nice publicity shot of Dean Cain.

Dean Cain as The Man Of Steel

One of my favorite episodes from the first season was THE GREEN, GREEN GLOW OF HOME, which aired November 14, 1993. It featured the introduction of Kryptonite as well as Lois' first reactions to life in a small town.

Wow, who would think of having Lois, Jimmy and Clark tied up in a warehouse with an explosion moments away? This scene is from the original pilot film of LOIS AND CLARK which aired September 12, 1993. Clark enjoys some flirtation with the villainess Dr. Antoinette Baines, played by Kim Johnson Ulrich.

A highlight of the series was the fantastic portrayals of Clark's parents Jonathon and Martha by Eddie Jones and K Callan. Their rapport with Clark made his portrayal of Superman the most believable. This shot again from the Nov. 1993 episode THE GREEN, GREEN GLOW OF HOME.

Another favorite was this episode from the third season entitled ULTRA WOMAN, which aired November 12, 1995. Reminiscent of the campy comic stories from the fifties, Superman's powers are transferred to Lois, so she assummes the role of a super woman. Lots of fun and Teri Hatcher never looked better. Featured guest stars Mary Gross and Shelley Long.

Another favorite was this episode from the third season entitled ULTRA WOMAN, which aired November 12, 1995. Reminiscent of the campy comic stories from the fifties, Superman's powers are transferred to Lois, so she assummes the role of a super woman. Lots of fun and Teri Hatcher never looked better.

The core staff of The Daily Planet as they appeared for the series' final season in 1996-1997. From left, Lane Smith as Perry White, Teri Hacther as Lois, Dean Cain as Clark and Justin Whalin as Jimmy Olsen.

The debut season cast featured Dean Cain as Clark, Teri Hatcher as Lois, Lane Smith as Perry White, Tracy Scoggins as Gossip Columnist Cat Grant (who was never heard from after the First season) and Michael Landes as Jimmy Olsen. As far as I'm concerned this was the best portrayal of Jimmy ever.

The debut season cast featured Dean Cain as Clark, Teri Hatcher as Lois, Lane Smith as Perry White, Tracy Scoggins as Gossip Columnist Cat Grant (who was never heard from after the First season), John Shea as Lex Luthor and Michael Landes as Jimmy Olsen.

The most bizarre "Love Triangle" ever. Although we knew Lois had to eventually pick Clark, we had our doubts the first season. Dean, Teri and John Shea as a charming Lex Luthor.

Preparing for her wedding to Lex Luthor, here's Lois (Teri Hatcher) with her mom Ella Lane (played by Phyllis Coates). The episode was the First Season finale THE HOUSE OF LUTHOR which aired May 8, 1994. Coates played the best Lois during the first season of the original TV series THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN in 1953. She was Hatcher's personal choice to play the role. The role was subsequently taken over in the third and fourth seasons by Beverly Garland.

Could any two people ever be more perfectly cast? Doubtful. K Callan as Martha Kent and Eddie Jones as Jonathan Kent.

An early ad-campaign for the First Season of LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN.

An early ad-campaign for the First Season of LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN.

Teri being photographed looking her very best to promote the May 1998 Series Finale for SEINFELD, in which she reprised her role as the very "real and spectacular" Sidra.

Life after Superman: Dean Cain cast very well as Tre Ramzey in 1998's FUTURE SPORT, which co-starred Vanessa Williams and Wesley Snipes.

A very different role for Dean in 1997's BEST MEN with former Young Indiana Jones Sean Patrick Flannery.

Teri showed in December 2001 that she could be an effective action/suspense star in JANE DOE.

Teri had a new show debut in October 2004 on ABC called DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES.