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Smallville is the fictional town in the United States which Superboy protects and in which most of his crime-fighting adventures take place. It is also the town in which the young Clark Kent grows up before moving to Metropolis to begin his career as Superman.

The Town

Smallville is usually portrayed as an idyllic small American town, with an atmosphere resembling the settings of the paintings of Norman Rockwell (if one ignores the alien invasions and bank robberies that have plagued Smallville in various stories over the years). Its residents are generally very friendly.

Noted residents of Smallville include the Kent family (Jonathan and Martha Kent, or Ma and Pa Kent as they were often called, and their foster son Clark), Lana Lang, Pete Ross, and Smallville police chief Douglas Parker. In the original Superboy comics, other noted residents included Professor Phineas Potter (Lana's uncle) and a younger version of Lex Luthor. Currently, Conner Kent, the new Superboy, lives in Smallville with Ma and Pa Kent, though he doesn't quite enjoy it.

Smallville's economy seems mostly to consist of various locally owned businesses, along with various farms surrounding the town, including the Kent family farm. In the original Superboy comics, the Kent family sold their farm when Clark started school and opened a general store in town; the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths comics, where Clark never had a Superboy career, show the Kents as still residing on their farm when Clark is an adult.

Clark, Pete, and Lana attended Smallville's sole high school, Smallville High School.

In terms of media, Smallville has had several newspapers mentioned over the years, including the Smallville Sentinel and Smallville Times-Reader. Smallville receives its television and radio broadcasts from a larger nearby city.

In the original Superboy comics, a billboard outside of Smallville greets those driving into and out of town; the billboard features a picture of Superboy waving, with words next to it reading: "Welcome to Smallville, Home of Superboy."


The actual location of Smallville was never originally specified in any state in the comics (though it was placed in Maryland in Amazing Worlds of DC Comics #14), and its location varied widely throughout many stories, most of which placed it close to Metropolis and Midvale, home of Supergirl. It was eventually placed in Kansas in the Superman movies and consequently in the comics as well. The town was first given the name "Smallville, USA" in Superboy #2 (1949).

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> Airing History & Information 
Premiere 2001
Episodes 88+
Network USA
Format/Time Color / 60 Minutes
Country United States
Upcoming Airs Not currently airing
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Michael Rosenbaum....   Alexander ('Lex') Joseph Luthor
Allison Mack....   Chloe Sullivan
Tom Welling....   Clark Jerome Kent/Kal-El of Krypton
Jensen Ackles....   Jason Teague (2004-2005)
John Schneider....   Jonathan Kent
Terence Stamp....   Jor-El (9 episodes)
Kristin Kreuk....   Lana Lang
John Glover....   Lionel Luthor (2002 -)
Erica Durance....   Lois Lane (14 episodes)
Annette O'Toole....   Martha Clark Kent
Sarah-Jane Redmond....   Nell Potter (11 episodes)
Chad E. Rook....   Party Guy (2001-2001)
Sam Jones III....   Peter ('Pete') Ross (2001-2004)
Mitchell Kosterman....   Sheriff Ethan Miller / Sheriff/Deputy Ethan Miller (14 episodes)
Camille Mitchell....   Sheriff Nancy Adams (20 episodes)
Eric Johnson....   Whitney Fordman (2001-2002)

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'Smallville' Stuntman Injured in Fall
(Posted July 28, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

 "Smallville" stuntman Christopher Sayour was in serious condition at a hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia, after being injured in a fall during filming on the ... [More Information]

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Marsters Stakes Claim to 'Smallville'
(Posted July 24, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

LOS ANGELES ( For all the things vampire Spike was on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," one thing he typically was not was the sharpest stake in the drawer.

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