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Gotta catch 'em all » Gotta catch 'em all challenge #12 DC Live Action - Non-Supers/Allies » Today 12:59 pm

Actually, it looks like Google Image Search let me down: The intent was Phyllis Coates as TV Lois for 1 and Noell Neill as serial Lois for 6. Instead, Google Image in fact gave me the opposite results. Apologies, so those two are correct the first time after all

Gotta catch 'em all » Gotta catch 'em all challenge #12 DC Live Action - Non-Supers/Allies » Today 8:55 am

zuckyd1 wrote:

Andy E. Nystrom wrote:

1 and 6 are incorrect but both of them are very very close. It should be very easy for you to correct those two. The rest are correct.

1. Lois Lane (Adventures of Superman 2nd–6th seasons)
6. Lois Lane (Superman and the Mole Men)
 

That's not quite it. Remember, every continuity is only counted once, and Mole Men is in the same continuity as the main series. What's a much simpler correction you could make to your earlier guesses?

Don't overthink these two and you'll get them both no problem.

Gotta catch 'em all » Gotta catch 'em all challenge #12 DC Live Action - Non-Supers/Allies » Today 8:51 am

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Andy E. Nystrom wrote:

1 and 6 are incorrect but both of them are very very close. It should be very easy for you to correct those two. The rest are correct.

1. Lois Lane (Adventures of Superman 2nd–6th seasons)
6. Lois Lane (Superman and the Mole Men)
 

Gotta catch 'em all » Gotta catch 'em all challenge #12 DC Live Action - Non-Supers/Allies » Today 8:46 am

1 and 6 are incorrect but both of them are very very close. It should be very easy for you to correct those two. The rest are correct.

Gotta catch 'em all » Gotta catch 'em all challenge #12 DC Live Action - Non-Supers/Allies » Today 3:41 am

This college is devoted to non-superheroes (or quasi-superheroes at best, no costumes or powers, though some might have advanced skills) and other basically decent types. Some of the below may have at times been villains or at least at odds with a hero but are overall good people (or at least see themselves as do-gooders). 146 characters this round, very few of whom wear any distinct costumes and some of whom are doppelgangers of each other, so this should be pretty easy. Some such characters are being held to the massive over 200 character grab bag round but most (though not all) of the really major such characters are in this round.

Rules I'm playing by this round (note rule 7):
1. If a particular version of a character was played by multiple actors, only one actor is used, not always my own favourite.
2. Conversely the same actor can appear in multiple rules, even in the same continuity.
3. Again, reformed villains okay as long as they weren't in the earlier quizzes.
4. Characters originating in the show or movie are okay.
5. If not created for the show or movie, characters must have been owned by National/DC at the time of the production, as opposed to another comics company.
6. This list doesn't have to be comprehensive. in fact due to space and time, lots of great characters got left out, and some are being held to the grab bag round.
7. I will add in larger versions of images upon request, but not all 146 of them as I will be wanting to hunt down the image again to keep it a decent resolution..

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Found so far:
2. Commissioner Gordon, 1960s Batman series
4. Alfred Pennyworth, Dark Knight movie trilogy
7. Lana Lang, Superman III
8. Martha Kent, Smallville series
13. Julio Mendez, 1990-1991 Flash series
17. Perry White, 1978-2006 Superman movie series
26. Alfred

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