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#207 : Bonnie, Clyde et compagnie




Le professeur Hamilton, éminent scientifique, a un rêve : oter le gène criminel de voleurs notoires.

Pour cela, il se met à ressusciter  Bonnie, Clyde et Al Capone mais il perd le contrôle sur eux.

Al Capone essaye de reprendre la ville dans ses mains. Grâce à Bobby le Morphale, Loïs et Clark apprennent qu'il va se passer quelque chose dans un club. Loïs joue dans ce club pendant que Clark rencontre Bonnie. A ce moment, Al Capone entre dans le club et annonce qu'il est le nouveau patron.

Un gangster prend en otage Loïs mais Clark la défend : il reçoit une balle et doit mourir sous les yeux de Loïs. Tout le Daily Planet est en deuil, Loïs est complétement perdue et elle se sent responsable de sa mort.

Elle continue d'enquêter et trouve l'adresse du professeur Hamilton. Elle se retrouve chez lui et le voit enfermé. Elle le libère mais ils ne peuvent s'enfuir car les gangsters viennent d'arriver. Ils sont mis dans du ciment jusqu'au cou mais sont sauvés par Superman.

Clark arrive au même moment en disant que c'est Superman qui l'a sauvé et ils retournent au Daily Planet pour empêcher le meurtre de leurs collègues.

Loïs, qui a eu trop peur de perdre Clark,  lui dévoile tous ses sentiments dans la voiture en le ramenant chez lui mais pendant sa déclaration, il s'endort.

Note : 9/10

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Titre VO
That Old Gang of Mine

Titre VF
Bonnie, Clyde et compagnie

Première diffusion
13.11.1994

Première diffusion en France
09.05.1995

Vidéos

Plus de détails

                              _LOIS & CLARK_

 

                     _THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN_

 

 

 

                      "THAT OLD GANG OF MINE"

 

                           EPISODE SEVEN

 

 

 

Written by Gene Miller & Karen Kavner

 

Directed by Lorraine Ferrara

 

 

 

                             _LOCATIONS_

 

 

_INTERIORS_:                                   _EXTERIORS_:

 

Daily Planet                                   *

    Newsroom

    Perry's Office                             Perry's Garage

    Lobby

                                               Look Alike Agency

Perry's Garage

    Car                                        Metropolis Savings & Loan

 

Look Alike Agency                              Metropolis Storage

 

Metropolis Savings & Loan                      Hobs Street

 

Gaming Club                                    Suicide Slum Alley

 

Metropolis Storage                             Kent Barn

    Office Area

    Hamilton's Lab                             Movie Theatre

 

Lois' Car                                      High Rise Building

                                                   Sidewalk

 

                                               Construction Site

 

 

 

                             _TEASER_

 

       FADE IN:

 

   1   EXT. PERRY'S GARAGE - DAY                                                1  

 

       A two-car attached garage in an upscale neighborhood.  The

       garage door rises revealing two cars inside: Perry's four

       door sedan (parked head in), and a vintage 1934 Ford Coupe

       in mint condition (parked head out).

 

                                            JIMMY (O.S.)

                        Whoa, check it out...

 

 

   2   ANOTHER ANGLE REVEALS                                                    2  

 

       PERRY and JIMMY in the driveway, Perry holding a garage door

       opener, Jimmy a tool box.  As they enter the garage...

 

 

   3   INT. PERRY'S GARAGE - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                   3  

 

                                            PERRY

                        Beauty, ain't she?  I got her on

                        loan for the Planet's anniversary

                        celebration.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (eyeing coupe)

                        Is this what you used to drive when

                        you were my age?

 

                                            PERRY

                        Son, I may have gray hair, but

                        that's because of my job.  I wasn't

                        even born when this car was built.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (re: sedan)

                        So what's wrong with this one?

 

                                            PERRY

                        When I came in last night, I

                        couldn't get it to shift into Park.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Well, let's see what I can do.

 

       As he lays the tool box down...

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

                            --page break--

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  3    CONTINUED:                                                               3  

 

                                            CLYDE (O.S.)

                        Excuse me.

 

 

  4    ANOTHER ANGLE REVEALS                                                    4  

 

       CLYDE BARROW, standing behind them in the driveway.  Mid

       20's, handsome in a cruel sort of way, Clyde's dressed in a

       classic gangster outfit.  Smiling, he indicates the coupe.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Y'all got the keys to my car?

 

       Perry and Jimmy give him the once over, then...

 

                                            PERRY

                        You want to run that by me again?

 

                                            CLYDE

                        It ain't that confusin', Pops.  You

                        got my car and I want it back.

                               (the smile disappears)

                        Now hand 'em over.

 

                                            PERRY

                        I don't know what your game is

                        friend, but that car's on loan from

                        a collector to my newspaper.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Newspaper man, huh?  You boys

                        always were gutsy.

                               (and then)

                        Bonnie!

 

       A woman, BONNIE PARKER, mid 20's, a real beauty in a classic

       "moll" dress, steps from behind a row of bushes brandishing

       an old-fashioned TOMMY GUN.  As she trains it on them...

 

                                            CLYDE (CONT'D)

                        Too bad I never much cared for

                        gutsy.

 

                                                                  WIPE TO:

 

 

   5   INT. PERRY'S GARAGE - DAY - MOMENTS LATER                                  5

 

       The Ford coupe idles outside.  Clyde enters, where Jimmy and

       Perry are now sitting in the front bucket seats of Perry's

       sedan, Jimmy at the wheel.  Their hands are tied behind the

       seats.  Bonnie leans on the hood picking through the

       contents of their wallets.  The REMOTE GARAGE DOOR OPENER

       now rests on the hood as well.

 

 

                            --page break--

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   6   INTERCUT                                                                 6  

 

       interior of the sedan as needed thru...

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Car ain't got much gas.

                               (re: wallets)

                        They got any money?

 

                                            BONNIE

                        No. Just some pictures and a bunch

                        of these hard things.

 

       She hands him a couple of CREDIT CARDS.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        'The Gold Card.'

                               (bites it)

                        The hell it is.

                               (tosses them aside)

                        I guess we'll get our gas the old

                        fashioned way.  Steal it.

 

                                            PERRY

                        You two are piling up quite a

                        resume.  Carjacking, armed

                        robbery... when the Feds catch up

                        with you, you'll both be going away

                        for a long time!

 

                                            BONNIE

                        We've already been away for a long

                        time.

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (disdainful)

                        The Feds.  You think I'm afraid of

                        Hoover?

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (aside, to Perry)

                        Why would a vacuum cleaner company

                        want them?

 

                                            PERRY

                               (looks at Jimmy, then)

                        J. Edgar Hoover.  Was head of the

                        FBI for forty-eight years.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Never heard of him.

 

                                            PERRY

                               (to himself)

                        Public education's a wonderful

                        thing.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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   6   CONTINUED:                                                               6  

 

       As Clyde leans into the open door and turns the key,

       starting the engine...

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Do we have to kill 'em, Clyde?  The

                        kid's kinda cute.

 

       Clyde ignores her as he slams the door shut and leans down

       to talk to Jimmy and Perry through the open driver's window.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Make it easy on yourselves boys.

                        Just breathe deep and relax.

 

       Clyde and Bonnie walk out toward the Ford thru...

 

                                            CLYDE (CONT'D)

                               (re: garage door opener)

                        How's this thing work?

 

                                            BONNIE

                        He just pushed the button.

 

       Clyde pushes the opener.  As the garage door closes...

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Well, how do you like that?  I

                        think I'm gonna like the nineties.                       (X)

 

 

   7   INT. PERRY'S CAR - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                      7  

 

       The garage door's closed.  Perry and Jimmy struggle to get

       free as we HEAR the vintage Ford PULL AWAY.                               (X)

 

                                            JIMMY

                        I can't get loose!

 

       Perry shoots him a concerned look, then as they both start

       YELLING FOR HELP, we...

 

                                                                  FADE OUT.

 

                                _END OF TEASER_

 

 

                            --page break--

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                                     _ACT ONE_

 

       FADE IN:

 

   8   INT. PERRY'S SEDAN - DAY - MOMENTS LATER                                 8  

 

       The carbon monoxide is working.  Perry's struggle to loosen

       his hands has waned.  Jimmy leans back, defeated.  A beat,

       then he spots a SECOND GARAGE DOOR OPENER on the visor above

       him.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Chief, if I can somehow press this

                        with my head...

 

       As Jimmy maneuvers in his seat, his knee accidentally knocks

       the gear shift selector from Neutral to REVERSE.  Jimmy

       stomps down for the brake but hits the gas instead.

 

 

   9   EXT. PERRY'S GARAGE - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                   9  

 

       The sedan BURSTS through the closed garage door, SPLINTERING

       it into a wild jigsaw.

 

                                            PERRY (O.S.)

                        Hit the brakes!

 

       Perry's car suddenly screeches to a halt in the drive.

 

 

  10   INT. PERRY'S CAR - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                     10  

 

       As Jimmy and Perry breathe deeply...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        I knew we'd find a way out.

 

       off Perry's dubious look...

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

   11  INT. DAILY PLANET - BULLPEN - DAY - LATER                               11  

 

       A BANNER hangs from the ceiling proclaiming "The Daily

       Planet.  60 Years #1 in Metropolis."  Two caterer's

       assistants drink coffee near the vending machines.  The

       officious CATERER approaches them.

 

                                            CATERER

                        Come on! Come on!  If we're going                        (X)

                        to turn this dreary little work

                        place into a grand ballroom by

                        Friday night, we can't sit around

                        sipping caffe latte!

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

                            --page break--

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  11   CONTINUED:                                                              11  

 

       Perry and Jimmy, a bit disheveled from their ordeal, enter

       from the elevators.

 

                                            PERRY

                        Lois!  Clark!  In my office!

 

       As Perry crosses to his office, LOIS and CLARK rise from

       their desks and follow.

 

                                            LOIS

                        What's up, Chief?

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (hyper)

                        You're not going to believe what

                        happened to us this morning.

 

 

  12   INT. PERRY'S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS                                        12  

 

       Perry moves to his desk as Lois, Clark and Jimmy follow.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        We were almost killed, but I was

                        able to save us.

 

                                            CLARK

                        What?!

 

                                            PERRY

                        The boy's leaving out a few

                        details, but bottom line is we were

                        carjacked.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Are you all right?

 

                                            PERRY

                        Yeah, we're fine.  But they got

                        away with that vintage Ford we were

                        using to promote the celebration.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (still excited)

                        Let me tell you how I saved us!

                        Picture this!  We were locked in

                        the garage...

 

                                            PERRY

                        Jimmy!  Go slap some cold water on

                        your face.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        But...

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  12   CONTINUED:                                                              12  

 

                                            PERRY

                        Go. Now.

 

       As a deflated Jimmy exits ...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        I'll tell you about it later.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Did you get a good look at them?

 

                                            PERRY

                        Sure.  I gave the police a detailed

                        description.  And then they looked

                        at me like I had three heads.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Why?

 

                                            PERRY

                        'Cause I told them I'd been

                        carjacked by Bonnie and Clyde.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Chief, Bonnie and Clyde died over

                        sixty years ago.

 

                                            PERRY

                        I know that, Lois.  My car was

                        taken, not my senses.  But these

                        two were dead ringers for 'em.

                        They did quite a job.  Make-up,

                        costumes, the whole shebang.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (on to something)

                        Do you remember anything specific

                        about the costumes?

 

                                            PERRY

                        Lois, I'm not real big on fashion

                        accessories.  Especially when

                        there's a gun pointed at me.                             (X)

 

                                            LOIS

                        It's just, well... there was this

                        call on the police scanner last

                        week... a man in a brown felt

                        fedora and alligator spats held up

                        a private gun collector.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  12   CONTINUED:  2                                                           12  

 

                                            CLARK

                               (remembering)

                        That's right.  He got away with an

                        arsenal of antique weapons.  Tommy

                        guns, Colt forty five automatics...

 

                                            LOIS

                        There could be a connection.

 

                                            PERRY

                        See what you can dig up.  That car

                        was a piece of this paper's

                        history.  It belonged to one of our

                        great publishers.  And more

                        important... it's not insured.

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

  13   EXT. SAMMY'S LOOK-ALIKE AGENCY - DAY - ESTABLISHING                     13  

 

 

  14   INT. SAMMY'S LOOK-ALIKE AGENCY - DAY                                    14  

 

       A small, tacky suite crammed with 8X10s of famous people on

       the walls and several racks of costumes.  No frills, no

       secretary, just SAMMY.  Mid 40's.  A spunky, bantam rooster

       of an agent with a New York attitude.  He's on the phone as

       Lois and Clark enter.

 

                                            SAMMY

                        That's right... he's a dead ringer

                        for Elvis.

                               (beat)

                        Of course before he died.

                               (to Lois and Clark)

                        Have a seat folks.  I'll be right

                        with ya.

 

       Lois looks at the shabby Naugahyde chairs, then gingerly

       sits.

 

                                            LOIS

                        This is the last one of these

                        places you're going to drag me to.

                        Somehow I don't think car-jackers

                        register with agents.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Lois, who would know better than a

                        look-a-like agency about famous

                        impersonators?

 

       Sammy hangs up, turns his attention to Lois and Clark.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  14   CONTINUED:                                                              14  

 

                                            SAMMY

                        The name's Sammy.  So, what can I

                        do for you nice people?

 

                                            CLARK

                        I'm Clark Kent and this is my

                        partner, Lois Lane.  We're from...

 

                                            SAMMY

                               (cutting him off)

                        Vegas, right?

                               (Clark shakes his head)

                        No?  Wait.  I know.  Don't tell me.

                        I never forget an act.  I got it.

                        Kutsher's, the Catskills.

 

                                            CLARK

                        We're reporters from the Daily

                        Planet.

 

                                            SAMMY

                               (disappointed)

                        Reporters.  Oh...

                               (to Lois)

                        A babe with a face like yours

                        should be in show business.

 

       Lois smiles, can't help being a tiny bit flattered.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Show business?... Me?

 

                                            SAMMY

                        Hey.  I know talent when I see it.

 

       He moves to a rack of costumes through...

 

                                            SAMMY (CONT'D)

                        Throw on a wig.  Slap on a beauty

                        mark.  You'd be a dead ringer for

                        Madonna.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (insulted)

                        Madonna?

 

       He pulls out a sleazy spangled job with pointy twelve inch

       gold plated breast cones and holds it up in front of Lois.

 

                                            SAMMY

                               (approvingly)

                        Oh, yeah.

 

                                            LOIS

                        That's it.  I'm gone.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  14   CONTINUED:  2                                                           14  

 

       She turns for the door.  Clark stops her.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Sammy, we were wondering if you

                        represented any Bonnie and Clyde

                        look-alikes.

 

                                            SAMMY

                               (thinking)

                        Bonnie and Clyde... Nope.  Sorry.

                               (then)

                        But, it's funny that you mention

                        them.  I had a guy in here a couple

                        of weeks ago looking for gangster

                        costumes.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Do you remember his name, or what

                        he looked like?

 

                                            SAMMY

                        Sure.  I keep a record of all my

                        business transactions.

                               (cocky)

                        How do you think I got to where I

                        am today?

 

                                            LOIS

                               (under her breath)

                        One can only wonder.

 

       Sammy opens a drawer overflowing with papers.  He rummages

       through them; miraculously finds what he wants.

 

                                            SAMMY

                        Uh... here he is.  Emil Hamilton.

                        Rented a whole rack of gangster

                        costumes.  I don't usually let my

                        costumes go out the door without

                        one of my people inside 'em, but

                        business has been slow lately.

 

       The door opens and a SUPERMAN LOOK-A-LIKE enters, a

       portfolio tucked under his arm.  (Dean playing two roles).

       Lois and Clark are surprised.  Especially Clark.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Superman?  What are you doing here?

 

                                            SAMMY

                        I love it!  Gets 'em every time.

                        Folks, say hello to Barry.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  14   CONTINUED:  3                                                           14  

 

                                            LOIS

                               (baffled)

                        Barry? ... You mean he's a... a

                        look-alike?!

 

                                            BARRY

                               (thick New York accent)

                        Please, lady.  Don't ask me to fly

                        out no windows.

 

       As our heroes react, Clark's SUPERHEARING picks up a VOICE.

 

                                            DILLINGER (O.S.)

                        This is a robbery.  Everybody down

                        on the floor.

 

       As Barry pulls photos from his portfolio...

 

 

 14A   ON CLARK                                                               14A  

 

       He looks out the window and sees the antique Ford parked in               (X)

       front of the bank across the street with Bonnie at the                    (X)

       wheel.

 

                                            BARRY (O.S.)

                               (to Sammy)                                        (X)

                        I got some new eight-by-tens for                         (X)

                        you.                                                     (X)

 

       Clark uses his X-RAY VISION and sees Dillinger and Clyde,                 (X)

       tommy guns drawn, inside the bank.  A teller nervously                    (X)

       fills money sacks with.cash thru...                                       (X)

 

                                            LOIS (O.S.)

                        These pictures are close, but he                         (X)

                        doesn't wear his hair this long.                         (X)

                        Look.                                                    (X)

 

 

  15                                                                           15  

THRU   OMITTED                                                               THRU  

  16                                                                           16  

 

 

                            --page break--

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  17   RESUME SCENE                                                            17  

 

       Lois opens her purse and takes out a photograph of                        (X)

       Superman.                                                                 (X)

 

                                            SAMMY

                               (dubious)                                         (X)

                        You carry a picture of Superman in                       (X)

                        your purse?                                              (X)

 

                                            LOIS

                        Me?  No! ... I mean, yes... I um...                      (X)

                        it uh... came with the wallet.                           (X)

 

                                            CLARK

                        Lois, I'm going downstairs to...

                        uh... put some money in the meter.

 

       Clark dashes out the door, loosening his tie.

 

 

  18   INT. METROPOLIS SAVINGS AND LOAN - DAY - SIMULTANEOUS                   18  

 

       Clyde keeps his machine gun trained on the customers as the

       teller nervously slides the money sacks across to Dillinger,

       who stares menacingly at her.

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        Take a good look sister.                                 (X)

                               (to crowd)

                        All of you!  'Cause this is the

                        face you're gonna see smilin' back

                        at you from your evening paper.

                        This is the face of John H.

                        Dillinger.

 

       The bank doors open and Bonnie enters in a huff.                          (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

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  18   CONTINUED:                                                              18  

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Hey!  What's takin, so long?!  I'm

                        gettin' wrinkles waitin' out there.

 

       Suddenly, we hear a WHOOSH off screen.  Everyone turns to

       see SUPERMAN, standing in the front door.  As he approaches

       Clyde and Dillinger...

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Aren't you boys a little late for

                        Halloween?

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Look who's talkin'.  Who are you

                        supposed to be... 'Little Boy

                        Blue?'

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Put down your guns.

 

                                            BONNIE

                               (re: Superman)

                        Oh, my.  Now he is one hunk of man.

 

       Clyde FIRES A SHORT BURST from his machine gun, spraying

       Superman with a barrage of bullets which bounce off his

       chest.  Clyde stares at his gun in disbelief.

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (to Dillinger)

                        What is this... a cap gun?!                              (X)

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        You can't hit the broad side of a                        (X)

                        barn.

 

       Dillinger reaches into his bag.and pulls out a pack of six                (X)

       sticks of dynamite.  A small piece of paper falls to the                  (X)

       floor, unnoticed.  As Superman takes a step toward them,                  (X)

       Clyde grabs a hostage and puts his gun in their back.                     (X)

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (to Superman)                                     (X)

                        That's far enough pal.  I ain't                          (X)

                        gonna miss from this close.                              (X)

 

       Dillinger lights the dynamite and tosses it towards the                   (X)

       loan officer's desk.  As customers SCREAM and duck for                    (X)

       cover, the gangsters release the hostage and escape.                      (X)

       Superman HURLS HIMSELF on the dynamite just as it explodes.               (X)

       As he rises, smoke billows from his body.                                 (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Superman starts after the villains but he hears a Guard

       GROANING.  He turns and rushes over to the guard who lies on

       the floor clutching his chest, surrounded by customers.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        I better get you to the hospital.

 

                                                                  TIME CUT TO:

 

 

  19   INT. METROPOLIS SAVINGS AND LOAN - DAY - LATER                          19  

 

       The aftermath.  Police tape cordons off the crime scene.

       Police dust for fingerprints.  Lois takes notes as Clark

       flashes his press pass and enters the bank.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (with attitude)

                        Nice of you to show up, Clark.

                        While you were putting money in the

                        meter, the bank was robbed by

                        someone posing as John Dillinger.

 

       Clark bends down and picks a ticket stub off the floor.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        Oh, and Bonnie and Clyde put in an

                        encore performance as well.

 

       Lois notices the ticket stub in Clark's hand.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        What's that?

 

                                            CLARK

                        A ticket stub from the cineplex.

                        It might be a clue.                                      (X)

 

                                            LOIS

                        A clue?  It's a movie ticket stub.

                        You know how many people came in

                        here today?  It could belong to

                        anyone.

 

                                            CLARK

                        It fell out of Dillinger's pocket.

 

                                            LOIS

                        How do you know that?

 

                                            CLARK

                        I... um... saw Superman.  On my way

                        back here.  He told me what

                        happened.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

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                                            LOIS

                        What does he make of all this?

 

                                            CLARK

                        Believe me, Lois, he's as baffled

                        as I am.

 

 

  20   EXT. BANK - DAY - SECONDS LATER                                         20  

 

       As Lois and Clark exit the bank, Jimmy rushes up, camera

       slung over his shoulder.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Hey, C.K., Lois!

 

       Jimmy quickly approaches them.

 

                                            JIMMY (CONT'D)

                        I got some information you're

                        love.  Turns out that vintage car

                        the Chief borrowed once belonged to

                        the real Clyde Barrow!

 

       Lois and Clark react.

 

                                            JIMMY (CONT'D)

                        That got me to thinking, so I

                        called the cemeteries where they're

                        buried.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (dubious)

                        Jimmy...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        I know it sounds weird but get

                        this.  Both cemetary directors said

                        that a few years ago a scientist

                        had their bodies dug up and took

                        bone and hair samples.  Pretty

                        creepy, huh?

 

                                            CLARK

                        Did you get the scientist's name?

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Hamilton.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Professor _Emil_ Hamilton?                               (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            JIMMY

                        Yeah. How'd you know?

 

       Lois and Clark exchange a look.

 

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  21   EXT. METROPOLIS STORAGE - DAY - ESTABLISHING                            21  

 

       An old, boarded up storage facility. The sign above the

       entrance reads, 'OUT OF BUSINESS.'

 

 

  22   INT. FRONT ROOM - DAY                                                   22  

 

       A make-shift day room.  A cheap desk, two chairs, sofa and

       table.  On the desk is a manuscript titled, "DNA - OUR HOPE

       FOR THE FUTURE," by Prof. Emil Hamilton.  Dillinger and

       Clyde sit around the table, dividing up the money from the

       bank job.  Bonnie is sprawled on a couch watching a banged

       up television.

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        We got a pretty sweet future in

                        this town, so long as we don't keep

                        running into that clown in the blue

                        tights.

 

                                            BONNIE

                        I'd be happy to keep him occupied

                        any time you boys want to go out

                        and knock over a few more banks.

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (to Bonnie)

                        That's enough!                                           (X)

 

       Enter PROF. EMIL HAMILTON, dressed in a lab coat.  Late                   (X)

       30s, slim, pale, watery eyed.  A look of desperation on his

       face.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                               (furious)

                        What have you done!  You were to go

                        nowhere without me!

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        What are you talkin' about

                        professor?                                               (X)

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        I just heard a news report!  Do you

                        realize you could have ruined years

                        of my work!

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CLYDE

                        Pipe down.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        I will not pipe down! This

                        experiment is the most significant

                        scientific breakthrough in modern

                        history!

 

                                            BONNIE

                               (re: tv)

                        Oh look... this new fangled box

                        even shows cartoons!

 

       Clyde crosses to the fridge and takes out a soft drink as a

       disinterested Dillinger continues counting the bank loot.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        I will not be ignored!  I didn't

                        give up seven years of my life to

                        bring you back so you could rob

                        banks!

 

       Bonnie gets up and crosses to Hamilton.

 

                                            BONNIE

                               (seductively)

                        Don't be mad, professor.                                 (X)

 

       Hamilton's upper lip begins to quiver as he tries to keep

       back a sneeze.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                               (to Bonnie)

                        Please, your perfume is killing

                        me... my allergies.

 

       Unable to hold back, he lets loose a FLURRY OF SNEEZES.

 

                                            BONNIE

                        You can't keep us locked in here

                        forever.  What is it that girl

                        sings on the radio?  'Girl's just

                        wanna have fun.'

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        You must understand.  I've brought

                        you back to life to help

                        civilization.  Not hurt it.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        We gotta do something, professor.                        (X)

                               (re: TV)

                        We're goin' nuts in here watchin'

                        that contraption.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            HAMILTON

                        I'm sorry, but you must wait until

                        I've completed the genetic altering

                        of your personalities before you

                        can go back out into society.

                        Until that time, you have to live

                        by my rules.

 

                                            MAN (O.S.)

                        The rules have changed.

 

 

  23   ANGLE ON THE MAN                                                        23  

 

       It's AL CAPONE entering from the door to the back room.                   (X)

       The famous trademark scar, a cigar-clenched between his

       teeth, wearing a brown felt fedora.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        No one makes the rules for Al

                        Capone, but Al Capone.

                               (takes a hit on cigar)

                        And now that I'm back... I'm taking

                        over Metropolis.

 

       As we hold on Hamilton's frightened expression.

 

                                                                  FADE OUT.

 

                               _END OF ACT ONE_

 

 

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                                   _ACT TWO_

 

       FADE IN:

 

 

  24   INT. DAILY PLANET - BULLPEN - DAY #2                                    24  

 

       ON THE ELECTRONIC NEWSLINK as a headline scrolls past.

       'MOB IMPOSTORS MOVE IN ON METROPOLIS.'

 

       The office-to-party transformation has begun.  The caterer's

       assistants carry in some potted plants as Perry is dogged by

       the caterer.

 

                                            CATERER

                               (agitated)

                        Mr. White, I know you have a paper

                        to run, but I have a reputation to

                        uphold.  Now I just need a

                        decision!

 

                                            PERRY

                               (exasperated)

                        Look, Jacques.  I don't really care

                        what kind of napkins you put out.

                        So long as the guests aren't wipin'

                        their mouths on their sleeves!

 

       The camera PANS to Clark at the vending machine getting a

       bag of chips.  He holds a file under his arm.  Lois

       approaches from a side entrance.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Morning.  I got some information on

                        Hamilton.  He's a real science

                        nerd, spends twenty-four hours a

                        day working in his lab.  No family,

                        no friends.  Every penny he has

                        goes to fund his experiments.

 

                                            CLARK

                        I'm not surprised.  DNA

                        modification is very expensive.

 

                                            LOIS

                        DNA modification?

 

                                            CLARK

                        I found an article in the library.

                        Hamilton believed he could

                        restructure DNA and short circuit

                        aggressive behavior.  He hoped to

                        eliminate all anti-social impulses

                        in man.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                        Did he ever talk about actually

                        bringing criminals back to life?

 

                                            CLARK

                        Not directly.  But he did say he

                        thought they'd be the best people

                        to experiment on.  He even claimed

                        he'd found a way to accelerate the

                        maturation process of the embryos.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Really?  The article said his

                        theories outraged the scientific

                        community.  That's probably why he

                        dropped out of sight.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Jimmy rushes over waving a fax.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Get a load of this.  It just came

                        over on the fax.

 

       Lois and Clark scan the report.

 

                                            JIMMY (CONT'D)

                        The cops got a definite make on the

                        bank robbers.  The fingerprints are

                        exact matches with the real John

                        Dillinger, Bonnie Parker and Clyde

                        Barrow.

 

                                            LOIS

                        What are we dealing with here?

                        Some kind of Jurassic Park for

                        humans?

 

                                            CLARK

                               (beat, then)

                        Let's see if we can get hold of

                        Bobby Bigmouth.  If Hamilton has

                        created these... whatever they

                        are... he's the person who'd know

                        about it.

 

       As Clark and Lois move toward a waiting elevator...

 

                                            LOIS

                               (to Jimmy)

                        Make sure you tell Perry about the

                        fax.

 

       As the elevator doors close, the other set of elevator doors

       open.  Al Capone steps out and approaches Jimmy.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Hey, kid.  Where can I find Perry

                        White?

 

       Jimmy takes a beat, thrown by the guy's clothes.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (pointing)

                        He uh... might be in his office.

                        Do you have an appointment?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CAPONE

                        Al Capone doesn't need an

                        appointment.

 

       Off Jimmy's reaction, we follow Capone as he makes his way

       toward Perry's office.  He's intercepted by the caterer, who

       snatches the cigar from his mouth.

 

                                            CATERER

                               (having a hissy fit)

                        We can't have you smoking that

                        nasty thing in here.  Do you have

                        any idea the effect that cigar will

                        have on my hydrangeas?

 

       Capone snatches the cigar back and leans into the caterer's

       face.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Do you have any idea the effect my

                        fist will have on your face?

 

       The caterer, unnerved, rushes off, as the staffers stop what

       they're doing, mesmerized by the sight of Capone.

 

 

  25   INT. PERRY'S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS                                        25  

 

       Perry works at his desk as Capone enters.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Perry White? ... I'm Al Capone.

 

       Perry looks up.

 

                                            PERRY

                        Great shades of Elvis!  They're

                        coming out of the woodwork.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Who's Elvis?

 

                                            PERRY

                        Look, pal.  I don't know what kind

                        of charade you're playing...

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Is that any way to talk to a man

                        who came by to do you a favor?

 

       Capone reaches into his pocket and produces a set of car

       keys, which he dangles in front of Perry.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

 

                        The coupe's out back... washed and

                        waxed.

                               (flips him the keys)

                        Sorry about Clyde, but he was still

                        making payments on it when they got

                        him.

 

       As Perry stares surprised at the keys in his hands...

 

                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

                        Oh, by the way.  I found this under

                        the front seat.  I believe it

                        belongs to you.

 

       He produces an envelope from his breast pocket and gives it

       to Perry.  Perry takes it and looks inside.  It's filled

       with cash.

 

                                            PERRY

                        What is this?

 

                                            CAPONE

                        C'mon now, Mr. White.  You're an

                        editor and I'm a businessman.

                        Let's just say we both know how to

                        run an organization.  And when it

                        comes right down to it... it's the

                        grease that makes the presses flow.

                               (then)

                        I could use someone like you, to

                        see that the right things are said

                        about me in the paper.

 

       Perry shoves the envelope back at Capone.

 

                                            PERRY

                        I've had just about enough

                        'Masterpiece Theatre' for one day.

                        Take your filthy money and that

                        phony scar and get out of my

                        office.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Why don't you take a few days?

                        Think it over.

 

                                            PERRY

                        I thought about it.  Curtain down.

                        Show's over.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CAPONE

                               (controlled)

                        You know, I enjoy your newspaper

                        very much, Mr. White.  It would be

                        a shame to see it shut down by

                        union problems.

 

       Capone pockets his money and exits.  Jimmy enters from the

       other door.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Wow.  I can't believe what you just

                        did.

 

                                            PERRY

                        All I did was throw out the

                        garbage, son.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (in awe)

                        Yeah, but I mean... that was Al

                        Capone!

 

                                            PERRY

                        Jimmy, don't be ridiculous.  That

                        guy's just some con artist.

 

                                            JIMMY

                               (remembering; sheepish)

                        Uh, Chief. I have a fax you might

                        want to see.

 

       Jimmy hands him the fax.  Perry reads it... as his eyes go

       wide...

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

  26                                                                           26  

THRU   OMITTED                                                               THRU  

  27                                                                           27  

 

 

 27A   EXT. METROPOLIS ALLEY - DAY                                            27A  

 

       Lois's jeep is parked at the mouth of the alley, facing out.

 

 

 27B   INT. LOIS' JEEP - DAY                                                  27B  

 

       Lois and Clark sit in the front seats, BAGS OF TAKE OUT food

       on their laps.  They scan the street a beat, then Lois looks

       over at a bag in Clark's lap.

 

                                            (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                        Mmmm.  That ravioli smells great.

 

       She starts to reach for the bag but Clark stops her hand.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Lois, it's for Bobby.

 

                                            LOIS

                        He won't know.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Oh yeah?  Remember what happened

                        that time you picked some of the

                        cheese off his pizza?  He got all

                        pouty and wouldn't tell us

                        anything...

 

                                            LOIS

                        I still don't know how he knew that

                        cheese was missing.  I was very

                        careful not to disturb the

                        pepperoni.

 

       Clark's BEEPER goes off.

 

                                            CLARK

                        That's the office.  I better call

                        in.

 

       Clark exits and hurries out of frame.  A beat, then Lois

       reaches for the bags on his seat.  As she opens one and

       reaches in...

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH (O.S.)

                        Hey, hey, hey!

 

       Startled, Lois turns to find BOBBY BIGMOUTH rise up from the

       backseat.  Mid 30's, thin as an ice pick, wearing a

       multi-pocketed safari jacket.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Bobby... how did you get back

                        there?!

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        Trade secret.

 

                                            LOIS

                        And how dare you eavesdrop on my

                        conversation.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        I can't help it. I'm a

                        professional snitch.

 

       He reaches over and lifts the bags off Clark's seat.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH (CONT'D)

                        What'd you bring me?

 

                                            LOIS

                               (flatly)

                        A wide variety of culinary

                        delights.  As always.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        Hey, do I detect an attitude?  You

                        know, I don't have to snitch for

                        you.  There's a reporter at The

                        Star who'd give me my own chef if

                        I started working for them.

 

       Bobby pulls a breadstick from a bag and shoves it in his

       mouth as the door opens and Clark slides back in.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Hi, Bobby.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                               (mouth full)

                        Mmnmph.

 

                                            CLARK

                        That was Jimmy.  You're not going

                        to believe this.  Al Capone paid

                        Perry a visit.

 

                                            LOIS

                        What?  How many more of these

                        characters are out there?

 

                                            CLARK

                        I don't know.  But Capone tried to

                        bribe him.  Apparently, the Mayor

                        got the same offer.  Bobby, what do

                        you know about all this?  Who are                        (X)

                        these people?                                            (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Bobby shovels some ravioli into his mouth, then closes the

       container and sticks in into a pocket.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        From what I hear, they're an

                        experiment gone bad.

 

                                            CLARK

                               (to Lois; awed)

                        Hamiltion really did it.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        Oh, and this regenerated Capone

                        character?  Not a big fan of the no

                        smoking laws.

 

                                            LOIS

                        What else?

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        For this food?  That's all you get.

                        You didn't even bring me dessert.

 

                                            CLARK

                               (admonishing)

                        Lois...

 

       Lois sighs, then reaches down and pulls a bag from under her

       seat as Bobby unwraps a salami hero and takes a bite.  She

       hands the bag to Bobby, who opens it and smiles.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        Ooooo!  Tortes!

 

       He bites into a tort, then takes another bite of the                      (X)

       sandwich.  Lois reacts, then...

 

                                            LOIS

                        So talk.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        Okay.  There's this guy, runs an

                        illegal gaming club down on Hobs

                        street... Georgie Hairdo.  Capone's

                        thugs have been leaning on him

                        pretty hard.

 

                                            CLARK

                        What's Capone's interest in the

                        club?

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH

                        He wants a piece of the action.

                        Like the old days.  Anybody want

                        the pickle?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Lois snatches it.

 

                                            BOBBY BIGMOUTH (CONT'D)

                        Look, there's something goin' down

                        tonight at the club.  That's all I

                        know.

                               (opening back door)

                        I gotta run.  Oh, and next time,

                        bring me something to drink.  And I

                        don't mean none of that imported

                        water.  Something American.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       He exits.

 

                                            CLARK

                        So what do you think?

 

                                            LOIS

                               (puckering her lips)

                        I think this pickle's awful... and

                        I think we should visit that club.

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

28     EXT. HOBS STREET - NIGHT #2 - ESTABLISHING                              28  

 

       Lois and Clark sit in a Planet staff car across from a non-

       descript building.  They watch as a limo pulls up.  Two

       couples dressed to the teeth get out.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Pretty classy crowd for an illegal

                        gaming club.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Isn't that Congressman Haines and

                        his wife?

 

                                            LOIS

                        Nice to know how our taxes are

                        being spent.

 

       Clark looks over.  He uses his SUPERHEARING to pick up on

       the exchange at the door.

 

                                            VOICE (O.S.)

                        'The fat lady sings.'

 

       The door opens and the couple enters.  Lois and Clark get

       out of the car.  Lois wears a hot little red cocktail dress.

       Clark sports a Christian Dior jacket and tie.  They head to

       the club.

 

                                            CLARK

                        You think they'll let us just walk

                        in?

 

                                            LOIS

                        Give me some credit, Clark.  I'm

                        smart enough to get around some

                        stupid bouncer.

 

       Lois knocks on the front door.  The peep hole is slid open

       as we see just a PAIR OF EYES staring back.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            VOICE (O.S.)

                        Yeah?

 

                                            LOIS

                        Hi.  Um... we have a reservation.

 

                                            VOICE (O.S.)

                        We don't take reservations.

                        What's the password?

 

                                            LOIS

                               (thinking fast)

                        'Joe sent me.'

                               (Georgie shakes his

                                head)

                        'The eagle has landed?'

                               (shakes his head again)

                        'Swordfish?'

 

                                            CLARK

                        Swordfish?

 

                                            VOICE (O.S.)

                        I saw that Marx Brother's movie

                        too, lady.  Nice try.

 

                                            CLARK

                        She was just kidding.  'The fat

                        lady sings.'

 

       To Lois' amazement, the door is opened.  She shoots Clark a

       look.  He shrugs.

 

                                            CLARK (CONT'D)

                               (lying)

                        I saw it in an old Untouchables

                        episode.

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

  29   INT. GAMING CLUB - A SHORT TIME LATER                                   29  

 

       ON A SLOT MACHINE, a hand drops a coin into a slot.  Pull

       back to reveal it's Lois, feeding coins into it as Clark

       stands next to her, annoyed.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Lois, we're here to work.                                (X)

 

                                            LOIS

                        Just a few more nickels.  I just

                        got it warmed up.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Clark shakes his head, then drifts a few feet away to the

       CRAPS TABLE, where a crowd of gamblers watch a woman roll

       the dice.

 

                                            CROUPIER

                        Four's the point.

 

       Clark watches with interest.  The woman rolls.  They come up

       seven.

 

                                            CROUPIER (CONT'D)

                        Seven.

 

       As the players and spectators react with disappointment, the

       croupier clears the table and the next player rolls.

 

                                            CROUPIER (CONT'D)

                        Craps.

 

       Suspicious, Clark lowers his glasses and uses his X-RAY

       VISION to SCAN THE DICE as the table is cleared.  Each dice

       contains a small METAL WEIGHT.  Pushing his glasses back,

       Clark smiles to himself as the player rolls the dice again.

       They come up a two and a one.  But Clark uses a quick burst

       of SUPERBREATH and the 'one' die rolls to a 'five,' making

       seven.

 

                                            CROUPIER (CONT'D)

                        Cra... Seven.

 

       As the happy gamblers SCREAM with joy and pocket their

       winnings, the surprised Croupier looks suspiciously at the

       dice.

 

 

 29A   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                          29A  

 

       As Clark drifts away from the table...

 

                                            BONNIE (O.S.)

                        Hey, handsome.  How about some

                        company?

 

       Clark turns around and recognizes Bonnie, who's wearing a

       sexy little cocktail dress and eyeing him seductively.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Um... sure.

                               (leading her to bar)

                        So... uh... do you come here often?

 

       She leans forward, flirtatiously playing with his tie.                    (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            BONNIE

                        I haven't been here in years. I

                        guess you could say I haven't

                        been _anywhere_ in years.

 

       The bartender comes over.

 

                                            CLARK

                        What would you like to drink?

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Why don't you surprise me?

 

                                            CLARK

                               (to bartender)

                        White wine or the lady.  Club soda

                        for me, thanks.

 

       The bartender nods and moves out of frame.

 

                                            BONNIE

                        So, you look a little wound up.

                        Why don't you loosen your tie and

                        relax.

 

       She reaches for the knot on his tie and tries to loosen it.

       Clark's hand quickly goes up to stop hers.

 

                                            BONNIE (CONT'D)

                        Whatsa matter?                                           (X)

 

                                            CLARK

                        I uh.... I'm kinda shy about people                      (X)

                        seeing my underwear.                                     (X)

 

 

29B    ON LOIS                                                                29B  

 

       Still playing the slots.  Next to her is a sweet elderly                  (X)

       older woman.  Lois pulls the lever and hits the jackpot.                  (X)

       She reacts as nickels cascade into the tray, several                      (X)

       spilling onto the floor.  As she turns and bends down to                  (X)

       pick them up a man brushes past her.  She looks up and sees               (X)

       a man with an outrageous Kramer-type hairstyle.  Thinking                 (X)

       this could be Georgie Hair-do...

 

                                            LOIS

                               (to elderly woman)

                        Would you watch my nickels?  I'll                        (X)

                        be right back.                                           (X)

 

       She hurries over to the man with the Hair-do and taps him                 (X)

       on the shoulder.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                        Excuse me. Mr.  Hair-do?

 

                                            MAN

                               (turns around to her)

                        You talkin' to me?

 

                                            LOIS

                        Yes, aren't you Georgie Hair-do?

 

                                            MAN

                        Do I look like a bald dead guy?

 

                                            LOIS

                        I... beg your pardon.

 

                                            MAN

                        Georgie Hair-do was found floatin'

                        in Hobbs River a couple of hours

                        ago.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Oh, I'm sorry.

 

                                            MAN

                        I'm not.  I owed him twenty large.

 

       As he chuckles and walks away, Lois returns to her slot

       machine to discover the elderly lady gone and so are her

       nickels.

 

 

29C    ON CLARK AND BONNIE                                                    29C  

 

       Bonnie caresses Clark's hand.                                             (X)

 

                                            BONNIE

                        You got nice hands.                                      (X)

 

                                            CLARK

                               (withdrawing his hand)

                        Thanks.  So, do you live nearby?                         (X)

 

                                            BONNIE

                        That's a pretty forward question                         (X)

                        for a guy who won't show me his                          (X)

                        underwear?                                               (X)

 

       Clyde walks over.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CLYDE

                        Back off, pretty boy.  The lady's

                        taken.

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Knock it off, Clyde.  After sixty

                        years, I still don't see no ring on

                        this finger.

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (sotto)

                        Could we discuss this later?  In

                        private?  You're supposed to be

                        watching the door.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Look.  Um... it was nice meeting

                        you.  Both of you.  But I have to

                        go... find someone.

 

       Clark leaves a few dollars on the bar and moves off.  Lois                (X)

       grabs him.                                                                (X)

 

                                            LOIS                                 (X)

                        Clark.  I just found out Georgie                         (X)

                        Hair-do's dead.                                          (X)

 

                                            CLARK (CONT'D)                       (X)

                        Yeah.  Well, Bonnie and Clyde are                        (X)

                        here.  We've got to call the                             (X)

                        police. Let's go.                                        (X)

 

       As they start for the door...                                             (X)

 

                                            LOIS                                 (X)

                        You go. I've got to find a                               (X)

                        gray-haired lady with a bucket of                        (X)

                        my nickel.                                               (X)

 

 

  30   OMITTED                                                                 30  

 

 

  31   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                           31  

 

       The front door bursts open and Capone, Dillinger, and a

       couple of n.d. thugs enter, TOMMY GUNS at the ready.

       Dillinger FIRES a SHORT BURST INTO THE AIR.  As club goers

       SCREAM, two bouncers reach for their guns but Bonnie and

       Clyde disarm them.  As the club falls silent...

 

                                            CAPONE

                        My apologies, ladies and gentlemen,

                        for this little interruption.

                                            (MORE)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

                        I just came by to announce that

                        Georgie Hairdo has wisely decided

                        to retire from the hospitality

                        business.

                               (takes a drag from his

                                cigar, then)

                        So from now on, this club belongs

                        to Al Capone.

 

       Dillinger spots Lois and his hormones kick into high gear.

 

                                            DILLINGER

                               (to Capone, re: Lois)

                        Hey Al, how 'bout we name this

                        little cutie our new head hostess?

 

       Lois tries to ignore him, but Dillinger comes close.

 

                                            DILLINGER (CONT'D)

                        You know, I always was partial to a

                        lady in red.

 

       He starts to run a hand down her cheek.  Clark grabs it.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Leave her alone.

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        Who are you?  Her big brother?

 

       Dillinger shoves Clark back and reaches for Lois.  As Clark

       makes a move to stop him...

 

                                            LOIS

                        Clark, no!

 

       Clyde levels his pistol at Clark and FIRES THREE TIMES AT                 (X)

       CLARK'S CHEST.  Stunned, Clark falls to the floor, 'DEAD.'

       Lois is horrified.  The SOUNDS of POLICE SIRENS can be HEARD

       off in the distance.

 

                                            CAPONE

                               (pissed; to Clyde)

                        You moron.  What did you do that

                        for?                                                     (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

                        Let's get out of here. And take

                        the stiff.  I can't afford to be

                        linked to a murder.

 

       They drag Clark's 'lifeless' body out the door.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (anguished)

                        Clark...

 

       She starts for the door.  The woman from the crap table

       holds her back for her own good.  And off Lois' horrified

       expression we...

 

 

  32   OMITTED                                                                 32  

 

                                                                  FADE OUT.

                            _END OF ACT TWO_

 

 

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[Note:  my page 34 is missing] 

 

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       Perry fights the catch in his throat, then smiles.

 

                                            PERRY (CONT'D)

                        I remember the first time he walked

                        in here looking for a job, full of

                        that confidence you get when you

                        don't know any better.  I remember

                        thinking... this kid is me.  And

                        now...

 

       There's a KNOCK and a MALE STAFFER opens Perry's door.

 

                                            MALE STAFFER

                        Mr. White, the caterer's on the

                        phone.  He wants to know when we're

                        going to reschedule the party.

 

                                            PERRY

                               (beat, then)

                        Tell him it's still on for tonight.

 

       The surprised staffer nods, closes the door.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Chief... I don't think anyone's

                        really in the mood for a party...

 

                                            PERRY

                        Jimmy, the Daily Planet is more

                        than just paper and ink.  It's

                        people like Clark... and you...

                        doing what's right for the city and

                        getting damn little in return.  By

                        honoring the Planet tonight, we

                        honor Clark... and everything he

                        stood for.

 

       Perry hands Jimmy the mock up edition on his desk.

 

                                            PERRY (CONT'D)

                        Now, take this down to the press

                        room.  We got a paper to put out.

 

                                                                                 (X)

 

36     INT. DAILY-PLANET BULLPEN - DAY - CONTINUOUS                            36  

 

       As Jimmy crosses the bullpen, CAMERA PICKS UP LOIS, heading

       down the ramp in a fog.  She glances at Clark's empty desk.               (X)

       then sits at her desk, lost.  A beat, then Perry                          (X)

       approaches.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            JIMMY

                               (gently)

                        Lois, you didn't have to come in

                        today.

 

                                            LOIS

                        I couldn't stay home.  All I could

                        think about was Clark... lying

                        there.  I can't help feeling it

                        was all my fault Clark was killed.

 

                                            PERRY

                        Honey, you can't blame yourself.

                        You had no way of knowing what was

                        going to happen.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (not listening)

                        Clark died trying to protect me.

                        In one lousy second, they took away

                        my partner... and my best friend.

                               (and then)

                        You know the worst part?  Clark

                        died without ever knowing...

 

       She trails off.

 

                                            DET. WOLFE (O.S.)

                        Miss Lane?

 

       They turn to see DETECTIVE WOLFE, mid thirties, approaching.

 

                                            DET. WOLFE (CONT'D)

                               (gently)

                        Sorry to bother you.  I'm Detective

                        Wolfe.  Homicide.  I need to get

                        your signature on the statement you

                        gave last night.

 

       He hands her the form, which Lois hurriedly signs, as...

 

                                            PERRY

                        Got any leads on these animals yet?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

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                                            DET. WOLFE

                        Not yet. But we will.

 

       The male Staffer approaches Det. Wolfe.

 

                                            MALE STAFFER

                        Detective Wolfe? There's a call

                        for you on line two.

 

                                            DET. WOLFE

                               (picking up phone)

                        Wolfe.  Yeah...

 

       He grabs a telephone message pad from Lois' desk.  As he

       scribbles something on it...

 

                                            DET. WOLFE (CONT'D)

                        Has it been confirmed?... Look,

                        we've got fourteen possibles on

                        Capone's whereabouts... Okay.  Add

                        it to the list.

 

       Wolfe hangs up and rips off the top page of the message pad.

       As he pockets it...

 

                                            DET. WOLFE (CONT'D)

                        Listen, uh... we're gonna work on

                        this round the clock.  I'll uh...

                        keep you posted.

 

       The detective exits.  A beat, then...

 

                                            PERRY

                               (to Lois)

                        You want to go get some coffee,

                        talk about it?

 

       Lois just shakes her head, Perry pats her on the shoulder                 (X)

       and drifts back towards his office.  Lois watches him leave,

       then grabs the message pad Wolfe used and reads it.

 

 

37     CLOSE ON MESSAGE PAD                                                    37   

 

       The carbon faded address reads 1500 Old North Road.

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

 

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  38   INT. KENT CELLAR - DAY                                                  38  

 

       JONATHAN leans against a tractor, MARTHA sits on a hay bale

       as Clark paces restlessly.

 

                                            CLARK

                        I didn't know what else to do.  I

                        had to pretend I was dead or

                        everyone would know I was Superman.

                               (and then)

                        Now everything I've worked for...

                        my job, my friends, my life... is

                        over.

 

       As Jonathan and Martha exchange a concerned look...

 

                                            MARTHA

                        Mr. White called this morning while

                        you were in the shower.  He was

                        very nice, wanted to know if there

                        was anything he could do for us.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Did he say anything about Lois?

 

                                            MARTHA

                        Just that she was taking it pretty

                        hard.

 

                                            CLARK

                        I guess that should make me feel a

                        little better... but it doesn't.  I

                        wish I could be there for her.

 

                                            JONATHAN

                        You can... as Superman.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Dad.  Superman doesn't work at the

                        Daily Planet.  He doesn't go to

                        ballgames with Perry and Jimmy.  He

                        doesn't listen to Lois go off on

                        some weird tangent... and secretly

                        love it.

 

                                            MARTHA

                        But you'll still be able to see

                        them.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Yeah, but not the way I want.  They

                        treat me so differently as

                        Superman.  Especially Lois...

 

       He plops down on a hay bale.  A beat, then...

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            JONATHAN

                        Clark, I wish we could tell you

                        that everything will work out.  But

                        we can't.  All we _can_ say is a

                        lot of people you care about are

                        still in danger.  And Metropolis

                        needs Superman.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Yeah, well... I wouldn't even know

                        where to start looking for them. 

                        All I have to go on is a ticket

                        stub that Dillinger dropped.

 

                                            JONATHAN

                        Clark, don't you know?  That's how

                        they caught him sixty years ago.

                        He was coming out of a theater.

                        Dillinger's a real movie buff.

 

       Off Superman's look...

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

 

  39   EXT. METROPOLIS STORAGE - DAY                                           39  

 

       Lois checks her piece of paper against the address on the

       building:  1500 Old North Road.  She tries the door. Locked.

       She notices a high window off to one side, slightly ajar:

       As she pulls over a nearby trash can...

 

 

  40   INT. STORAGE BUILDING - FRONT ROOM - DAY - MOMENTS LATER                40  

 

       A small room with a sofa, two easy chairs and a desk. Lois

       lowers herself down from the window onto the sofa. She

       notices a light coming from underneath a nearby inside door.

       She listens a beat, then quietly slips open a dead bolt and

       step inside.

 

 

  41   INT. LAB - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                             41  

 

       CAMERA PANS past a five foot vat to a low rent science lab.

       Lois takes a few tentative steps, then sees the Vat bubbling-

       and churning.  She peers in and - sees an amorphic pulsating

       GLOB.  She reacts, then turns to see Hamilton... alone at a

       counter with some beakers and petrie dishes.  He looks

       miserable.  Drawn and tired. As he fills a beaker with blue

       slime...

 

                                            LOIS

                        Professor Hamilton?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       Startled, Hamilton drops the dish, spilling the slime

       everywhere.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                        Lois Lane, Daily Planet.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Oh, no.  Not the press.  Are the

                        police with you?

 

                                            LOIS

                        No.

                               (beat)

                        Is it true?  Did you create Capone

                        and the others?

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        I'm afraid so.  But I can't control

                        them anymore.  They're... it's...

                        I...

 

       He's losing focus.  Lois tries pulling him back.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Professor Hamilton.  Why are you

                        locked in here?

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        It's... Capone.  He's making me

                        regenerate more of his gang.

 

                                            LOIS

                        What's in the vat?

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Baby Face Nelson.  Or at least, it

                        will be.

                               (off her queasy look)

                        Please.  You must believe me.  This

                        wasn't supposed to happen.  I just

                        wanted to help mankind.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Hollywood made a dozen versions of

                        Frankenstein and you still didn't

                        get the point?

                               (beat)

                        C'mon, we've got to get you out of

                        here.

 

 

  42   INT. STORAGE OFFICE AREA - DAY - MOMENTS LATER                          42  

 

       The door opens and Lois pokes her head out, then she and

       Hamilton hurry for the front door.

 

 

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  43   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                           43  

 

       As they near the front door they hear someone UNLOCKING it

       from the other side!  Lois gestures for Hamilton to hide. 

       He quickly ducks under the desk as Lois slips into a nearby

       closet, filled with gangster clothes on hangars.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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  43   CONTINUED:                                                              43  

 

       She closes the door behind her just as Capone leads Bonnie,

       Clyde and two NONDESCRIPT THUGS into the room.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        What's the matter with this town?!

                        The boy scouts take over?!

 

       He plops down in an oversized chair as Clyde slides onto the

       couch. Bonnie perches on the edge of the desk where

       Hamilton is hiding, her legs dangling inches from his face.

 

                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

                        A hundred grand and nobody's

                        interested in selling out!

 

                                            BONNIE

                        I remember when you could'a bought

                        three congressmen and a judge for

                        half of that.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Yeah. I guess they call 'em the

                        good old days for a reason.

                               (and then)

                        I'm through playing nice with these

                        people. If I can't buy them, --

                        I'll eliminate them.

 

43A  IN CLOSET                                                                43A(X)

 

       Lois grimaces among the clothes.                                          (X)

 

 

43B    RESUME SCENE                                                           43B(X)

 

       Capone picks up the afternoon edition, looks at the headline

       about Clark. Then, turning the paper over to the bottom

       half, he glances at a smaller headline that reads "Planet

       Event to Honor Slain Journalist."

 

                                            CAPONE (CONT'D)

                               (re: article)

                        There's gonna be a little get

                        together at the Planet tonight.

                        And anybody who's worth owning will

                        be there.

                               (tosses paper aside)

                        I wonder if it's still bad manners

                        to crash a party?

 

       Clyde rises from the couch, taking off his coat. As he

       crosses to the closet where Lois hides...

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            CLYDE

                        Not if you bring a gift.  I figure

                        three slugs apiece should be enough.

 

       Clyde opens the closet and discovers Lois.

 

                                            CLYDE (CONT'D)

                        What the...?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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 43B   CONTINUED:  2                                                           43  

 

       Clyde pulls her out.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Well... well.... well.  If it ain't

                        the 'Lady in Red' from the casino.

                        If you're looking for your

                        boyfriend's body... it ain't here.

 

       Everyone chuckles.  Lois fights to hide her anger, then...

 

                                            LOIS

                        Actually, I was looking for you.

                        I'm a reporter with the Daily

                        Planet.  I want an interview.

 

       Capone slowly approaches Lois.  He takes a long draw on his

       cigar and exhales.  The trail of cigar smoke wafts across

       her face.

 

                                            CAPONE

                               (re: closet)

                        About what?  My overcoat?

 

                                            BONNIE

                        She's lying, Al.  We shot her

                        boyfriend.  Only thing she wants

                        from you is a confession.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Bonnie doubts your motives.  And

                        to be honest, so do I.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Look, I don't care about the guy

                        you killed.  He was just someone I

                        got stuck working with.  But I do

                        care about my career.  And an

                        exclusive interview with you can

                        take me to the top.

 

       Capone studies her a beat, then...

 

                                            CAPONE

                        I heard about your kind.  The

                        career woman.

                               (gives her the once

                                over)

                        But I gotta admit, I had a

                        different image...

                               (and then)

                        Take a seat.

 

       Lois hesitates, glances over to where Hamilton is hiding.

 

 

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  44   HER POV                                                                 44  

 

       Bonnie dabs a little perfume behind each knee.  Hamilton

       reacts, places his index finger against his nose, trying not

       to sneeze.

 

 

  45   RESUME LOIS                                                             45  

 

                                            LOIS

                               (hurried)

                        Um... you know what?  How 'bout I

                        take you all to this little sushi

                        place I know?  We can get better

                        acquainted over lunch.

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (suspicious)

                        What's a sushi?

 

                                            LOIS

                        It's fish.  Raw fish.  You eat it.

                        It's quite popular.

 

                                            BONNIE

                               (unenthused)

                        Sounds yummy.

 

       A BARRAGE of SNEEZES startles them.  Bonnie jerks away from

       the desk as Clyde rushes over and pulls Hamilton out from

       under the desk.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        Well, well, well, how'd you get out

                        of the lab professor?

 

       Capone looks from then to Lois.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Y'know, the morals in this country

                        have absolutely gone to pot.

 

       Off Lois' reaction...

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

  46   EXT. METROPOLIS MOVIE THEATER - DAY - LATER                             46  

 

       An old revival theater.  The marquee above reads, "Little

       Caesar - Starring Edward G. Robinson".  Dillinger steps out

       of the movie theater.  Pulls up his collar, puts on a pair

       of sunglasses and heads down the street.  As he turns the

       corner, Superman LANDS IN FRONT OF HIM.  (Jumps into frame.)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            DILLINGER

                               (astonished)

                        What the... when did people start

                        to fly?

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Not long before they started coming

                        back from the dead.  Enjoy the movie?

 

                                                                  CONTINUED)

 

 

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  46   CONTINUED:  2                                                           46  

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        How'd you find me?

 

       Superman holds up the ticket stub he found in the bank.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        The same way the FBI found you

                        sixty years ago.  Coming out of the

                        Biograph Theater.

                               (smiles)

                        I guess old habits die hard.

 

       Dillinger starts to turn to run, but Superman grabs him.

 

                                            SUPERMAN (CONT'D)

                        Where's Capone and the others?

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        I don't rat.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Really?

 

                                                                  SMASH CUT TO:

 

 

  47   EXT. HIGH RISE OFFICE BUILDING - DAY - MOMENTS LATER                    47  

 

       Superman has Dillinger standing on the edge of the roof,

       thirty stories above the street.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        One more time.  Where's Capone?

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        Hey, who you kidding. I know you                         (X)

                        good guys never hurt nobody.                             (X)

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        That was before you killed Clark

                        Kent.  He was a very good friend                         (X)

                        of mine.                                                 (X)

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        Oh?  I... I didn't know you two

                        were so close.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Two people can't get any closer.

                        Where's Capone?

 

                                            DILLINGER

                        I uh... don't remember.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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  47   CONTINUED:                                                              47  

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Well, maybe it will come to you on

                        the way down.

 

       He shoves Dillinger off the roof.

 

 

  48   EXT. BUILDING - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                        48  

 

       Dillinger SCREAMS as he plummets towards the sidewalk.

 

 

  49   EXT. SIDEWALK - DAY - CONTINUOUS                                        49  

 

       His scream is cut short when Superman CATCHES him, inches

       from oblivion.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        I have been known to miss on

                        occasion.

 

       off Dillinger's terrified look...

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

  50   INT. HAMILTON'S LAB - NIGHT #3                                          50  

 

       CLOSE ON Hamilton's manuscript.  CAMERA PULLS BACK TO REVEAL

       it's being read by Superman, finishing the last page. As

       he lowers the book a smile begins to work its way across

       his face.  HOLD ON his expression a beat, then...

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

  51   EXT. CONSTRUCTION SITE - NIGHT                                          51   

 

       Near a hollowed out corner stone of a building under

       construction. Capone, Bonnie and Clyde watch as the thugs

       tie Lois and Hamilton together. A CEMENT MIXER looms off to

       one side.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Mr. Capone, think about what you're

                        doing! Without me, you won't be

                        able to bring back any more of your

                        friends!

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Luckily professor, you wrote

                        everything down. I think I'll be

                        able to find a scientist who can

                        figure it out who's a whole lot

                        less trouble.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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  51   CONTINUED:                                                              51  

 

       Suddenly, Lois' BEEPER goes off.

 

                                            CLYDE

                        What that's noise?

 

                                            LOIS

                        It's my beeper.  Someone's trying

                        to contact me.

                               (hopefully)

                        Mind if I use a phone?

 

                                            CLYDE

                        This dame's one for the books.                           (X)

 

       He takes the pager from her waist.  It continues to BEEP as

       he tosses it to Capone

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Annoying little thing, ain't it?

 

       He tosses it away as the two thugs lower Lois and Hamilton

       into the hole.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Capone, I can help you get to Perry

                        White!  I can talk him into working

                        for you!

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Doesn't this broad ever stop

                        yammerin'?

 

       Bonnie pulls a lever on the cement mixer and the cement

       starts pouring into the hole.  As Capone leads the others

       away from the site, Lois and Hamilton stare petrified as the

       cement continues to pour.

 

                                                                  FADE OUT.

 

                               _END OF ACT THREE_

 

 

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                                 _ACT FOUR_

 

       FADE IN:

 

 

  52   INT. DAILY PLANET - BULLPEN - NIGHT - SAME TIME                         52  

 

       Jimmy is at Clark's desk sadly packing up Clark's personal

       items.  He lifts Clark's nameplate, stares at it a beat,

       then reacts to a WHOOSH behind him.  He turns to find...

 

 

 52A   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                          52A  

 

       ... Superman standing behind him.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        Superman.  I guess you heard about

                        C.K. being murdered.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Yes, I did.  In fact, I have some

                        news about that for Lois.  Do you

                        know where she is?

 

                                            JIMMY

                        She left a while ago.  She was

                        pretty upset.  I've been trying to

                        reach her but she's not answering

                        her page.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                               (beat, then)

                        Do me a favor.  Page her again.

                        And keep paging her.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        You got it.

 

       Superman flies off as Jimmy picks up the phone.

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

 

  53   EXT. NIGHT SKY (STOCK)                                                  53  

 

       Superman soars above the city, looking for Lois.  He uses

       his SUPERHEARING to try and pick up her beeper signal.

 

                                                                  INTERCUT:

 

  54   ON CONSTRUCTION SITE                                                    54  

 

       Lois and Hamilton struggle vainly as the cement reaches

       chest level and continues to pour.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                        Instead of DNA you should have

                        found a cure for allergies.

 

  55   IN THE SKY                                                              55  

 

       Superman listening.  Suddenly he HEARS her BEEPER SIGNAL. 

       He veers left and heads towards the construction site.

 

 

  56   ON CONSTRUCTION SITE                                                    56   

 

       The BEEPER goes off again as the cement reaches chin level.

       Lois and Hamilton are about to take their last breath when

       Superman LANDS by the side of the hole.  He reaches down

       into the goo, grabbing Lois and Hamilton by the arms and

       lifts them out.  As they catch their breath, HE BREAKS

       THEIR ROPES.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Are you all right?

 

       Hamilton nods.  Lois rubs her sore arms.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Just a little stiff.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        I'd take you home.  But there's

                        something I have to do first.

 

       Superman turns to leave as...

 

                                            LOIS

                               (frantically)

                        Superman.  Wait!

 

       He leaps out of frame.  Lois slumps back against the

       building.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        I can't believe this is happening.

                        First they take Clark away from me,

                        and now if Capone has his way, I'll

                        never see Perry or Jimmy again.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        I want you to know, I'm really

                        sorry about your partner.

 

       Suddenly, they see a man walking towards them from out of

       the darkness.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                               (in disbelief; then to

                                herself)

                        Clark?

 

       Her eyes go wide as she realizes it @s Clark.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                               (screaming)

                        Clark! Clark!

 

       She runs to him, overcome by emotion.  She throws her cement

       covered arms around him.  Hugging, kissing, sobbing...

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        I can't believe it!  You're alive!

                        You're here.  How's that possible?

 

                                            CLARK

                        Well, Superman found me just after

                        they dumped my body.  He froze me

                        with his superbreath to preserve my

                        tissue, then took me to Professor

                        Hamilton's lab and followed the

                        procedures in his manuscript...

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Of course!  Freezing the tissue

                        means no permanent damage.

 

                                            CLARK

                        So it's as if I never died.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Exactly.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Oh Clark, I don't care if he used

                        Crazy Glue.  You're back!

 

       She hugs him again.

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        Mr. Kent, you have no idea how glad

                        I am to see you.  Thank God some

                        good finally came of my work.

 

                                            LOIS

                               (suddenly remembering)

                        Clark!... The Planet!  We've got to

                        warn them!  Capone and his gang are

                        going to kill everyone at the party

                        tonight!

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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  56   CONTINUED:  2                                                           56  

 

                                            HAMILTON

                        You two go. I've got something

                        very important I have to do.

 

       As Lois and Clark start off...

 

                                            CLARK

                        Lois, I'll meet you there.  I just

                        have to...

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            LOIS

                               (grabbing his arm)

                        Don't even think about it.  I'm not

                        letting you out of my sight.

                        C'mon.

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

 

  57   OMITTED                                                                 57  

 

 

  58   INT. DAILY PLANET BULLPEN - NIGHT                                       58  

 

       A subdued party.  No big floral arrangements, no bands, no

       frills.  A few people in business attire hover around the

       buffet table.  Over by the ramp stands a five foot high CAKE

       in the shape of the Daily Planet.  Perry raises his glass

       and TAPS it LOUDLY with a spoon, getting everybody's

       attention.

 

                                            PERRY

                        Ladies and Gentlemen.  May I have

                        your attention please... I'd like

                        to propose a toast...

 

 

  59   INT. PLANET LOBBY - NIGHT                                               59  

 

       Capone and his thugs ENTER and cross to the elevator.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Too quiet around here. You know

                        what this place needs?

                               (smiling)

                        Some fireworks.

 

       The elevator doors open and they step in.

 

 

  60   INT. PLANET BULLPEN - NIGHT                                             60  

 

                                            PERRY

 

                        ... Clark Kent.  A man who was an

                        inspiration to us all and one of

                        the best damn reporters ever to

                        have a byline on the Daily Planet.

 

       Everyone in the room raises their glasses high.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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                                            EVERYONE

                        To Clark Kent!

 

       Just then the elevator doors open and Capone and the gang

       step out.  Capone addresses the crowd from the ramp.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Good evening ladies and gentlemen!

                               (the crowd quiets)

                        My name is Al Capone.  And we'd

                        appreciate it if all of you would

                        just line up.

 

       As all the thugs except Capone move down the ramp, the

       caterer rushes up the ramp.

 

                                            CATERER

                        What are you doing!?  This party is

                        bad enough without you!  Get out!

 

       One of the thugs grabs the caterer by his bow tie and twists

       it.

 

                                            CATERER (CONT'D)

                               (gurgling meekly)

                        Or perhaps you'd like to stay and

                        have some hors d'ouvres.

 

       The thug shoves him back down the ramp.  As the partygoers

       murmur and shuffle toward the wall, Jimmy passes Bonnie and

       Clyde.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        You killed C.K.!

                               (to crowd)

                        This is the guy who killed Clark!

 

                                            CLYDE

                               (shoving Jimmy)

                        Shuddup.

 

 

  61   OMITTED                                                                 61  

 

 

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  62   INT. DAILY PLANET LOBBY ELEVATORS - NIGHT - SAME TIME                   62  

 

       Clark and Lois rush in.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Call the police!  I'll meet you

                        upstairs.

 

       Clark removes his glasses and heads up the stairs as Lois

       rushes to the pay phone in the corner.

 

 

  63   INT. PLANET BULLPEN - NIGHT - SIMULTANEOUS                              63  

 

       Capone stands on the landing.  The thugs are down in the

       bullpen, their guns aimed at the crowd now lined up.

 

                                            PERRY

                        Capone, this isn't nineteen forty.

                        The police are probably already in

                        the lobby.  Don't make things worse

                        for yourself.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        The only person things are about to

                        get worse for is you...

                               (sarcastic)

                        Chief.

 

       As the gang raises their weapons...

 

                                            SUPERMAN (O.S.)

                        Capone!  No!

 

       The four gangsters OPEN FIRE, the crowd SCREAMS and a...

 

 

  64   BLUE BLUR                                                               64  

 

       flies across the line of partygoers.

 

 

  65   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                           65  

 

       The SHOOTING STOPS.  The gangsters look amazed.  Everyone's

       still standing!  Capone notices Superman standing off to one

       side.

 

                                            CAPONE

                        You again!?

 

       Superman holds out his hands to Capone revealing two

       handfuls of bullets.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Looking for these?

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       He crushes the bullets to a powder.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

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       The gangsters turns their weapons on Superman, but before a

       shot is fired he scans his HEAT VISION ACROSS all four

       weapons.  They instantly GLOW RED HOT and the gangsters drop

       them.  As they blow on their hands, Capone darts into the

       stairwell.

 

 

 65A   ANOTHER ANGLE                                                           65  

 

       Superman, seeing Capone disappear in the stairwell, turns

       and leaps out of frame.

 

 

 65B   RESUME SCENE                                                           65B  

 

       As Bonnie and Clyde run for the elevators, some of the

       partygoers give chase.

 

 

  66   ANGLE ON JIMMY                                                          66  

 

       He catches Clyde and spins him around, then delivers a punch

       to the mid-section.  To Jimmy's surprise, Clyde goes down.

       He stares at his fist, amazed, then, to Clyde...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        That's for C.K.

 

 

 66A   ANGLE OF THE CATERER                                                   66A  

 

       He intercepts one of the nd thugs who's still blowing on

       his hands.

 

                                            CATERER

                        This will teach you to crash a                           (X)

                        Jacques party!

 

       He KICKS the thug in the shin.  As the thug hops on one leg,

       still blowing on his hands...

 

 

67     OMITTED                                                                 67  

 

 

68     ANOTHER ANGLE                                                           68(X)

 

       The East elevator opens, revealing Lois.  Bonnie pushes                   (X)

       past her to get in, but Lois grabs Bonnie and drags her out               (X)

       onto the landing.                                                         (X)

 

                                            LOIS

                        Not so fast.                                             (X)

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  Yellow Rev.     10/5/94                  53A.   

 

 

  68   CONTINUED:                                                              68  

 

       Bonnie tries breaking away from Lois but Lois jumps on

       Bonnie's back.

 

                                            (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  Green Rev.     10/7/94                    54.   

 

 

  68   CONTINUED:  2                                                           68  

 

                                            BONNIE

                        Hey!  That ain't very lady like!

 

                                            LOIS

                        I'm a woman of the nineties, and

                        You're not much of a lady!

 

       Their momentum carries them over the railing and they fall

       into the five foot cake, Lois on top.  She picks up a slab

       of cake and hits Bonnie in the face with it.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        That's for pulling the lever on the

                        cement mixer.

 

       Off Bonnie's defeated look...

 

                                                                  CUT TO:

 

  69   INT. LOBBY - MOMENTS LATER                                              69  

 

       Capone comes down the steps and heads for the door.  He's                 (X)

       suddenly LIFTED UP by the back of the COLLAR.                             (X)

 

                                            CAPONE

                        Hey! What's going on?!

 

 

  70   ANOTHER ANGLE REVEALS                                                   70  

 

       Superman standing behind him, holding Capone by the collar

       off the floor.  As he turns him around and they come face to

       face, Capone's cigar drops from his open mouth.

 

                                            SUPERMAN

                        Alcatraz is closed, Capone. But

                        I'm sure they'll find something

                        nice for you.

 

       We hear the SOUND OF SIRENS as we...

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

  71   INT. DAILY PLANET BULLPEN - NIGHT - MOMENTS LATER                       71  

 

       As the police lead Bonnie, Clyde and the other thugs away in

       handcuffs, Lois enters, wiping dried cake goo from her hands

       with a towel.  She looks around, approaches Jimmy and Perry,

       who are talking with an officer.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  Full Blue Rev.     10/3/94                55.   

 

 

  71   CONTINUED:                                                              71  

 

                                            LOIS

                        You guys seen Clark?

 

       Perry and Jimmy exchange a look, then...

 

                                            PERRY

                               (gently)

                        Lois.  You've been through a

                        horrible ordeal. We all have.  But

                        Clark is gone.

 

                                            CLARK (O.S.)

                        I don't know about that, Chief.

 

 

  72   ANOTHER ANGLE REVEALS                                                   72  

 

       Clark, entering the bullpen from the stairs.  He pretends to

       catch his breath.

 

                                            CLARK

                               (to Lois)

                        I've got to start jogging again.

 

       As Jimmy and Perry stare open mouthed...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        C.K....?...

 

       Clark nods.  As a euphoric Jimmy hugs him...

 

                                            PERRY

                               (stunned)

                        How... I mean... what..?...

 

                                            CLARK

                        It's a long story, Chief.

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

  73   INT. DAILY BULLPEN - NIGHT - LATER                                      73  

 

       Cops and party guests mill about, giving statements, taking

       pictures, etc.  Our four heroes cross to the elevator

       thru...

 

                                            PERRY

                        I guess I don't have to tell you

                        that I'm going to hold the entire

                        front page of the next edition for

                        your story.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  Green Rev.     10/7/94                    56.   

 

 

  73   CONTINUED:                                                              73  

 

                                            CLARK

                        I'll be in first thing to work on

                        it, Chief.

 

                                            LOIS

                        We'll be in first thing.

 

       Lois and Clark share a smile as the elevator doors open and

       everyone piles in.

 

 

  74   INT. ELEVATOR - CONTINUOUS                                              74  

 

       As the elevator starts down...

 

                                            JIMMY

                        C.K., I was wondering.  What was

                        it like to be...?  Well, you

                        know...?  I mean, is there

                        something else... after this?

 

                                            CLARK

                               (beat, then)

                        Let's just say... you got to have

                        faith.

 

       Jimmy nods.  Then...

 

                                            PERRY

                               (to Clark)

                        Son, you know I don't hold much

                        stock in flowery speeches...

 

                                            CLARK

                        Actually, you do, Chief.  You give

                        speeches all the time.

 

                                            PERRY

                               (surprised)

                        Well... I guess once you've been

                        through what you have, there's no

                        reason not to be completely honest.

                               (and then)

                        Fine then.  Here's my speech.  We

                        missed you, it's great to have you

                        back, and by God don't make us go

                        through anything like this again!

 

                                            CLARK

                               (smiling)

                        I'll try my best.

 

       There's a beat as Perry an d Clark share a moment, then the

       elevator doors open.

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  Green Rev.     10/7/94                    57.   

 

 

  75   INT. LOBBY - NIGHT - CONTINUOUS                                         75  

 

       As the foursome step out of the elevator, filled with more

       cops and party goers giving statements, etc...

 

                                            PERRY

                        C'mon Jimmy, I'll drive you home.

 

                                            JIMMY

                        See you tomorrow, C.K.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Yeah... tomorrow.

 

       As they exit they pass Detective Wolfe, who approaches Lois

       and Clark.

 

                                            DET. WOLFE

                        I know you were concerned about

                        Professor Hamilton.  You'll be

                        happy to know my men found him at

                        the storage facility.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Is he okay?

 

                                            DET. WOLFE

                        Oh yeah.  But he burned down his

                        lab.

 

                                            LOIS

                        Probably just as well.  Playing

                        with life and death... those are

                        matters better left to nature.

 

                                            DET. WOLFE

                        If you'll excuse me, I've got to

                        get back downtown.  Dillinger's

                        already got himself a lawyer and

                        he's willing to testify against

                        Capone.

                               (to Clark)

                        By the way.  You're the first

                        homicide case I ever had that

                        solved itself.  Thanks.

 

       As he walks off they start for the door thru...

 

                                            CLARK

                        So... I guess I'll see you

                        tomorrow.

 

                                                                  (CONTINUED)

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  FULL Blue Rev.     10/3/94                58.   

 

 

  75   CONTINUED:                                                              75  

 

                                            LOIS

                        Want a lift home?

 

       Clark stifles a yawn.

 

                                            CLARK

                        Yeah.  Thanks.  Being dead really

                        takes it out of you.

 

                                                                  DISSOLVE TO:

 

 

  76   INT. LOIS' JEEP - NIGHT - LATER                                         76  

 

       Lois is driving, Clark's slumped in the passenger seat,

       yawning.

 

 

  77   ANGLE ON LOIS                                                           77  

 

       She keeps her eyes on the road thru...

 

                                            LOIS

                               (hesitates, then)

                        Clark... when I thought you were

                        gone, I did some thinking about my

                        life.  You know, what it would be

                        like without you in it...

                               (quickly)

                        I know what you're thinking: 'Gee

                        Lois, how self-centered can you

                        be?'  But just hear me out.

 

       Lois takes a breath.

 

                                            LOIS (CONT'D)

                        I know our relationship has always

                        been... difficult to define.  But

                        when I thought about how much I

                        missed you, how much I was going to

                        miss you for the rest of my life...

                        well, I started to think, maybe

                        there's more to our relationship,

                        than just friendship...

 

       She's interrupted by the SOUND of SNORING. Lois turns and

       sees...

 

 

  78   CLARK                                                                   78  

 

       sound asleep, his head back against the headrest.

 

 

                            --page break--

       THAT OLD GANG OF MINE (#7)  FULL Blue Rev.     10/3/94                59.   

 

 

  79   ON LOIS                                                                 79  

 

                                            LOIS

 

                        Or... maybe not.

 

       As the SNORING continues...

 

                                                                  FADE OUT.

 

 

                             

 

_THE END_

 

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