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A hospitalized toddler named Clark, who’s obsessed with Superman, gets a super surprise from Dean Cain

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We want to surprise people in our community with random acts of kindness and leave you feeling good.

When Brooke Lambert heard Dean Cain, the star of the 90s hit “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” was coming to eastern Idaho, she knew she had to do something for her grandson.


Clark, who is 3 years old and appropriately shares a name with Clark Kent, has had a series of health issues since the day he was born. He recently had a liver transplant but Brooke says he always has a smile on his face and loves Superman. He has toys, blankets, trinkets and all sorts of Superman-themed items.

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Brooke sent a message to EastIdahoNews.com and asked if she could get a signed photo of Dean during his visit. We told her that would be possible – but decided to take it one step further.


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