A crook dressed as Superman commits a series of robberies. The real Superman must work fast to counter the bad publicity.
Amorous hunters Bimbo and Koko set out to bag some furs for coat-loving Betty Boop, but things don’t turn out the way they’d planned…
Irene Bordoni sings the title song in French and English with a Bouncing Ball. Cartoon sequences: Betty Boop as a cabaret emcee and cigarette girl; a romantic tom-cat gigolo
A Native American scientist demands the return of Manhattan to his native people, or he will destroy the city with his electrically produced earthquakes.
Superman battles train robbers seeking to steal a billion dollars worth of gold.
While Clark Kent is in wartime Japan, Superman becomes a saboteur.
An expedition unearths a frozen Tyrannosaurus in the Siberian tundra and brings it back to the USA. Naturally, it accidentally thaws and runs amok.
A deadly eruption is predicted on the inhabited island of Monokoa. Daily Planet reporters Clark and Lois accompany an expedition to study it, and of course Lois is quickly in danger from lava.
Fantasmagorie, by Émile Cohl, is considered to be the first animated story in film. Though “Humorous Phases of Funny Faces” by J. Stuart Blackton pre-dates “Fantasmagorie” by 2 years, it did not serve as a narrative other than simply showing various facial expressions via the technique of hand-drawn animation.