Super Clown Of SmallvilleSuper Clown Of Smallville (1966) Episode 6-2- The Adventures of Superboy Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- The Adventures of Superboy Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Clark Kent/Superboy, Lana Lang.
- Vocal Talent: Bob Hastings (Young Clark Kent/Superboy), Janet Waldo (Lana Lang), Cliff Owens, Julie Bennett, Gilbert Mack, Ted Knight (Narrator).
- Directed By Hal Sutherland.
Associate Director: Anatole Kirsanoff.
- Produced By Norm Prescott, Lou Scheimer.
Executive Producer: Allen Duconvy.
- Animated By Lou Zukor, Morey Reden, Clarke Mallery, Bill Hajee, Xenia, Len Rogers, Don Schloat, Virgil Raddatz, Jack Ozark..
- Written By Mort Weisinger (Story Editor).
- Edited By Joe Simon.
- Storyboard: Harvey Toombs, Bob Maxfield.
- Layout: Don Christensen, Dan Noonan, C.L. Hartman, Ken Hultgre, Wes Herschensohn, Ray Jacobs.
- Background Artists: Ervin L. Kaplan, Lorraine Morgan, Ted Littlefield, Takashi Masunaga, Paul Xander.
- Ink and Paint Supervision: Martha Buckley.
- Checking: Jane Philippi, Renée Henning, Ann Oliphant.
- Camera: Cartoon Camera, Gene Gropper.
- Production Coordinator: Joe Lynch.
- Assistant: Jack Boasberg.
- Story Consultant: Mort Weisinger.
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