In demonstrating the mechanical man, named Robert, to stockholders, it malfunctioned. Can the tin man be brought under control? What happened to the original tin man that came up missing in an earlier installment?
The voice of the rebellious tin soldier is more menacing, and less squeaky than it had been before. The walking, talking, and speaking mechanical man thinks for itself, and makes demands.
Later, in Perry White’s office Lois joins the editor and Clark Kent in discussing the events of Nazi activity. Clark explains the fraud that he managed to uncover.
Unexpected changes in events arise when doc Cameron who hasn’t been seen since the rescue from the mystery ship, shares his answer to the tin man problem. He proposes to builds own version.
Note: This episode is clearly out of order, but not sure where to put it in. The date would also need adjusting. I’m pretty sure it should be swapped for the previous installment that featured the squeaky voiced robot of doc Cameron’s.