Mighty Boy (1949)

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'''Mighty Boy (1949)'''
 
'''Mighty Boy (1949)'''
  
A youth who is tricked by an unscrupulous carnival showman to appear as the world's strongest boy, all of Mighty Boy's feats are actually the result of circus trickery. When criminals kidnap Mighty Boy in order to further their villainous plans, [[Superboy]] steps in to end the fictitious career of the young man and apprehend all who sought to exploit him (SB No. 1/3, Mar/Apr 1949: "Superboy Meets Mighty Boy!").
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A youth named [[Reuben]] who is tricked by an unscrupulous carnival showman to appear as the world's strongest boy, all of Mighty Boy's feats are actually the result of circus trickery. When criminals kidnap Mighty Boy in order to further their villainous plans, [[Superboy]] steps in to end the fictitious career of the young man and apprehend all who sought to exploit him (SB No. 1/3, Mar/Apr 1949: "Superboy Meets Mighty Boy!").
  
 
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Mighty Boy from 1949

Mighty Boy (1949)

A youth named Reuben who is tricked by an unscrupulous carnival showman to appear as the world's strongest boy, all of Mighty Boy's feats are actually the result of circus trickery. When criminals kidnap Mighty Boy in order to further their villainous plans, Superboy steps in to end the fictitious career of the young man and apprehend all who sought to exploit him (SB No. 1/3, Mar/Apr 1949: "Superboy Meets Mighty Boy!").

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