Sixties City - Batman the TV Series
Sixties City - Batman the TV Series
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The Batman character was originally created for detective Comics in 1939 by the great Bob Kane. Produced by American network ABC, the first television series exploded on to prime time television on January 12th 1966 after a multi-million dollar advertising campaign. The show was originally transmitted twice a week, on consecutive nights, with the first night always leaving either or both the Dynamic Duo in mortal danger at the hands of one of their outrageous arch-enemies. This was a ploy also used in the comic book version, the plot of which was, in nearly all ways, followed closely by the TV programme creators......

Criminals had murdered teenager Bruce Wayne's parents, leaving him as the sole beneficiary of a massive fortune which he used, over time, to create high-tech crime-fighting gadgetry, such as the implements contained in the famous 'utility belt', allowing him to adopt the alter-ego of the mysterious caped crusader, the Batman, whilst retaining the outward appearance of a casual rich 'playboy'. His secret base, the Bat Cave, was located underground beneath his opulent mansion Wayne Manor, 14 miles outside Gotham City, and was reached by means of the Bat-poles.


The Bat Cave housed a futuristic crime-fighting laboratory and a variety of vehicles, including the fabulous atomic-powered Batmobile. Dick Grayson, his young ward (whose parents had suffered a similar fate to Bruce's own) shared his crime-fighting obsession and, with time and training, became the other half of the Dynamic Duo as Robin - The Boy Wonder. The only person to know their true identities was Wayne's faithful butler Alfred (his family name, Pennyworth, was never used in the TV series), who had raised him after the death of his parents. Not even their 'Aunt' Harriet, who also lived in the mansion, suspected their secret. In times of dire need, Batman could be contacted by Commissioner Gordon, of Gotham City Police, by using the Bat-phone (secretly connected to Wayne Manor) or by means of the Bat-signal, an iconised bat image projected onto the clouds from a huge searchlight. There were many elements of 'pop art' in the productions, with outrageous costumes and cartoon balloons exclaiming 'ZAP!' 'POW!' 'KERUNCH!' etc. to a cacophanic musical background during the extremely contrived fight scenes. A highly successful spin-off feature film was made in 1966, but by the Autumn of that year TV ratings were beginning to fall. Transmissions were cut to once a week in 1967 and Batgirl was introduced into the series. Barbara Gordon, librarian daughter of Commissioner Gordon, was secretly Batgirl, with her own hideout and agenda but inevitably teamed up with the Dynamic Duo to eventually defeat their common enemy.
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The arch-villains faced and thwarted by Batman each week were portrayed by guest stars - famous performers in their own right in many fields of entertainment, adding hugely to the success of the series. The show was also littered with other 'special guest stars', mainly in cameo roles, totalling 599 in all! The whole thing was deliberately camped up, terrific fun, and also endeavoured to bring across various social and moral messages to American youth - the main one being, of course, 'crime doesn't pay'. The show, one of the true 'cult' programmes of the 60s, ended after 120 episodes in the mid-season of Spring 1968.


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Riddler - Batman
Riddler - Batman
Olga Queen of the Cossacks - Batman
Lilac Louie - Batman
King Tut - Batman
Marsha Queen of Diamonds - Batman
Catwoman - Batman
Catwoman - Batman
Catwoman - Batman
Bookworm - Batman
John Astin
The Riddler
Frank Gorshin
The Riddler
Anne Baxter
Olga, Queen of the Cossacks
Milton Berle
Louie the Lilac
Victor Buono
King Tut
Carolyn Jones
Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Eartha Kitt
Catwoman
Lee Meriwether
Catwoman (movie)
Julie Newmar
Catwoman
Roddy McDowell
The Bookworm
Penguin - Batman
Mr Freeze - Batman
Mr Freeze - Batman
Mr Freeze - Batman
George Sanders - Batman
Egghead - Batman
Joker - Batman
Cesar Romero - Batman
Archer - Batman
Siren - Batman
Burgess Meredith
The Penguin
Otto Preminger
Mr Freeze
Eli Wallach
Mr Freeze
George Sanders
Mr Freeze
George Sanders
Vincent Price
Egghead
Cesar Romero
The Joker
Cesar Romero
Art Carney
The Archer
Joan Collins
Lorelei Circe - The Siren
False Face - Batman
Malachi Throne - Batman
Ma Parker - Batman
Zelda - Batman
Lola Lasagne - Batman
Lord Fogg - Batman
Lady Peasoup - Batman
Puzzler - Batman
Chandell - Batman
Sandman - Batman
Malachi Throne
False Face
Malachi Throne
Shelley Winters
Ma Parker
Anne Baxter
Zelda the Great
Ethel Merman
Lola Lasagne
Rudy Vallee
Lord Marmaduke Fogg
Glynis Johns
Lady Penelope Peasoup
Maurice Evans
The Puzzler
Liberace
Chandell
Michael Rennie
The Sandman
The Clock King - Batman
The Black Widow - Batman
Cabala - Batman
Cassandra Spellcraft - Batman
Minerva - Batman
Nora Clavicle - Batman
Colonel Gumm - Batman
Mad Hatter - Batman
Shame - Batman
Walter Slezak
The Clock King
Tallulah Bankhead
The Black Widow
Howard Duff
Cabala
Ida Lupino
Dr Cassandra Spellcraft
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Minerva
Barbara Rush
Nora Clavicle
Roger C. Carmel
Colonel Gumm
David Wayne
The Mad Hatter
Van Johnson
The Minstrel
Cliff Robertson
Shame




Ed Graham Productions took up options on the television rights to the comic character Batman during the early Sixties, planning to produce an action adventure series aimed at the youth market, to air on CBS on Saturday mornings, a 'prime time' for this type of show. At the time, the Playboy Club in Chicago was screening the Batman serials produced in the 1940s which were proving to be popular and these were seen by ABC executive Yale Udoff who had been a Batman fan since childhood.

William Dozier - Sixties City - Batman the TV Series He contacted fellow executives Harve Bennett and Edgar J. Scherick, who had already been considering the possibility of producing a TV series based around the action heroes appearing in comic strips, and suggested the Batman character to them, presented in a more modern 'tongue in cheek' style, similar to the 'Man from U.N.C.L.E.' spy series. Negotiations between Ed Graham and CBS fell through, so the rights were reobtained by DC Comics, brokering a deal with rivals ABC, who granted the actual production rights to 20th Century Fox and who, in turn, gave the project to William Dozier's Greenway Productions company.

Dozier (left, who also 'narrated' the series with a character called Desmond Doomsday) actually disliked the comic book hero genre and proceeded to create a camped-up 'pop art' interpretation, despite ABC and Fox's expectations of a modern, semi-serious adventure series. Eric Ambler had been approached to write the 'television movie' story that normally launched a new series, but turned down the offer when he saw the style of Dozier's production. ABC had, in any case, moved the planned series debut date forward to January 1966, so any associated movie-length production would have to wait until the end of the first series and then be produced quickly to hit the movie theatres before the start of the expected second series.

Sixties City - Batman the TV Series For casting, two full screen tests were filmed, one with Lyle Waggoner and Peter Deyell in the title roles but it was the pairing of Adam West and Burt Ward who were offered the parts. Mike Henry is supposed to have been considered for the starring role originally, in a more dramatic presentation style, but although getting as far as posing for some very early pre-production publicity photographs he didn't end up with the part. Lorenzo Semple, Jr. was the head script writer who authored the pilot script for the show. Stanley Ralph Ross, Charles Hoffman and Stanford Sherman were also signed up as script writers due to the similarity of their story treatment which tended towards satirical, camp and even slapstick comedy.

Although originally intended to be a one-hour show, it was realised that, at the planned debut time, ABC actually had only two half-hour early-evening time slots available so each story was split into two parts, with a 'cliffhanger' at the end of the first part in the style of 'movie serials', to air twice weekly in half-hour installments.

A feature of the show was its complement of 'guest' stars which included not just actors but many sports, music, and media personalities, who were not only keen to get the exposure provided by a highly-rated television series, but to actually enjoy themselves with the almost obligatory 'over-acting' and camp portrayal of their characters.

Batman's most frequently seen and famous arch-enemies were the foursome that included Cesar Romero as The Joker, Burgess Meredith as The Penguin, Frank Gorshin as The Riddler and Julie Newmar as The Catwoman. Stars cast as the main villain were always credited as "Special Guest Villain". Other villains from the collection in the comic books also appeared, some were unashamedly adapted from other superhero comics and a number were created especially for the television series - some to allow for the personality, talent or 'typecast' characterisation that best suited the 'special guest villain' e.g., Shame, The Siren, Chandell. Some of the villains created for the TV show would later be adopted for subsequent animated series or comic strip appearances.


The live action series had 19 different directors and 33 writers credited. In September 1968 CBS produced a half-hour animated series of Batman in which the Dynamic Duo shared an hour with Superman in a double feature. The animated version was much less 'camp', very likely in response to fan criticism of the original live action series, but still only lasted two seasons.

An episode that was never made - a script was written for the 1968 series by Harlan Ellison in which Clint Eastwood was cast as 'Two Face'!  Some other unproduced script titles include: 'A Cat's Tale', 'The Joker Bounces Back', 'The Sinister Scent of Lilacs', 'The Phantom Pharoah', 'Tut Tut Tut', 'Hickory Dickory Doc', 'Please Omit the Tomatoes', and 'The Fashion of Crime' (from 'The William Dozier Papers' inventory at the University of Wyoming).
Also see: Bill Harry's Sixties - 'Batman'
Only three 'criminals' actually definitely 'die' during the series: Molly (The Riddler's moll played by Jill St. John in episode 2) accidentally falls into an atomic reactor in the Batcave and two hired gunmen who aim to shoot Batman and Robin but kill each other instead (in 'Zelda The Great'/'A Death Worse Than Fate'). Catwoman appears to fall to her death twice, but cats have nine lives as well as being able to land on their feet, so she always turned up again in a later story.

Robin had one of the few 'catchphrases' born from the series, frequently saying 'Holy (insert suitable word), Batman' when encountering something sufficiently startling. Another stemmed from the 'narrator of the series (actually producer William Dozier - known as 'Desmond Doomsday', but uncredited) who questioned the chances of survival of the dynamic duo at the end of the first part of many of the cliffhanger episodes then pulled us in by inviting us all back with 'Tune in tomorrow — same Bat-time, same Bat-channel!

Only two villains ever discover Batman's real identity. Egghead achieves it by deductive reasoning but is tricked into disbelieving his own conclusion. King Tut actually finds out twice, but is tricked in a manner similar to Egghead the first time and forgets after a whack on the head the second time. Under the spell of Joan Collins' 'Siren' Commissioner Gordon finds his way into the Batcave underneath Wayne Manor but Alfred gasses him to prevent him passing the information on.
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Adam West - Sixties City - Batman the TV Series
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Adam West
Bruce Wayne / Batman
120 episodes
Burt Ward
Dick Grayson / Robin
120 episodes
Alan Napier
Alfred Pennyworth
120 episodes
Neil Hamilton
Commissioner Gordon
120 episodes
Stafford Repp
Police Chief O'Hara
120 episodes
Madge Blake
Aunt Harriet Cooper
96 episodes
Burgess Meredith
The Penguin
21 episodes
Cesar Romero
The Joker
22 episodes
Frank Gorshin
The Riddler
10 episodes
Yvonne Craig
Barbara Gordon / Batgirl
26 episodes
Julie Newmar
The Catwoman
13 episodes
David Lewis
Warden Crichton
9 episodes

William Dozier narrated 118 episodes, Jame O'Hara appeared as a policeman in 11 episodes, Byron Keith played Mayor Linseed in 10 episodes and Victor Buono also made 10 episodes as King Tut.
Eartha Kitt played the Catwoman in 5 episodes (Lee Meriwther played Catwoman in the film but appeared as Lisa in 2 episodes of the series) and John Astin played The Riddler in 2 episodes. The character of Mr. Freeze was shared between Eli Wallach, Otto Preminger and George Sanders with 2 episodes each. IMDb full cast



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Adam West and Burt Ward - Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson - Batman the TV Series
Yvonne Craig Batgirl
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Yvonne Craig Batgirl



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The Batmobile had to be created in 21 days. In the comic strips Batman drove various types of machine, but nothing that looked like any type of production car, so a suitable, futuristic-looking vehicle was needed quickly. Bob Kane, the originator, presented George Barris with his problem. Barris had recently purchased the 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car from the Ford Motor Company after it had been used in the 1959 movie 'It Started With a Kiss'. Designed by Lincoln-Mercury and built in Italy by coachbuilder Ghia, it was certainly a spectacular enough base unit but Barris had less than three weeks to get the Batmobile designed, built and delivered. The basic shape of the Futura was left alone, but the rest of the car received radical modifications. The nose, tail and side panels were completely reworked with a bat theme including hooded headlights, a peaked nose and nostril-like hood scoops. The radical remodelling continued at the rear where stock trim was either removed or moulded over, particularly the 84" fins which were reshaped for a cleaner look and decorated as batwings.

An 'atomic exhaust' was mounted in the centre beside which sat two 10ft diameter Deist "Batchute" air brakes were mounted. The hollow exhaust tube allowed special visual and sound effects to be installed. The 'plexiglas' bubble canopy was retained but the centre section was removed and replaced with a customised rollbar that carried the flashing light and radio aerials. Three rocket launchers were installed behind the canopy.

The interior was completely reworked with all the instruments required by a modern superhero, including: Cable Cutter Blade, Bat Ray Projector, Anti-Theft Device, Detect-a-Scope, Batscope, Bat Eye Switch, Antenna Activator, Police Band Cut-In Switch, Automatic Tyre Inflation Device, Remote Batcomputer—radio linked to the main Batcomputer in the Batcave, the Batphone, Emergency Bat Turn Lever, Anti-Fire Activator, Bat Smoke, Bat Photoscope, Emergency Bat Turn lever and Bat Chutes, Batnet and Mobile Batcomputer in the boot, a rear-facing camera under the turbine exhaust port, Automatic fire extinguisher, Bat Beam, Bat- Ram and Voice Control Batmobile Relay Unit.

Technical specifications: Kerb weight: 4500 lb Wheelbase: 126 in Length: 226 in Width: 90 in Height: 48 in Fins: 84 in Engine: 390 in³ Ford FE V-8 Transmission: B&M Hydro Automatic (2nd transmission) Secondary power plant- rear mounted turbine, capable of propelling it for 15 seconds. A set of Rader cast-alloy five-spoke wheels capped with bright red bats completed the makeover. The main license plate seen in the series was 2F-3567 (1966) but TP-3567; BT-1 were also used.
(mouse over Batmobile for original Futura car image)

Such was the popularity of the car that Barris built a further two copies for exhibition work and one for the drag racing circuit. The original still exists and is due to go on (has gone on) sale at an auction on January 19th 2013. Besides the legendary Batmobile, there were several 'Batcycles' - both in the series and the film, and the version used by Batgirl, the Batboat and the Batcopter.
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Sixties City Batboat
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First Season

Episodes 1 - 34
12th January 1966 - 5th May 1966

Pilot Episode - not aired. Batman - The Movie
Second Season 1

Episodes 35 - 66
7th September 1966 - 5th May 1966
Second Season 2

Episodes 67 - 94
28th December 1966 - 30th March 1967
Third Season

Episodes 95 - 120
14th September 1967 - 14th March 1968

Batgirl
Pilot Episode - not aired
 

"Hi Diddle Riddle"
Episode: #1 - 12th January 1966


"Smack In The Middle"
Episode: #2 - 13th January 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Robert Butler


Ben Astar .... The Moldavian Prime Minister
Jack Barry .... Newscaster
Catherine Ferrar .... Exclaims, 'Gleeps! It's Batman!'
Michael Fox .... Inspector Basch
Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler
Allen Jaffe .... Harry
Damian O'Flynn .... Gideon Peale
Richard Reeves .... Go Go Club Guard (uncredited)
William Dozier ................ Maitre d'
Jill St. John .... Molly


"Fine Feathered Finks"
Episode: #3 - 19th January 1966


"The Penguin's A Jinx"
Episode: #4 - 20th January 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Robert Butler


Walter Burke .... Sparrow
Lewis Charles .... Hawkeye
Alexander D'Arcy .... Jewelry Shop Owner
Johnny Jacobs .... Assistant Shop Owner
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Leslie Parrish .... Dawn Robin
Robert Phillips .... Cellmate (Swoop)
Dan Tobin .... Mr. Jay


"The Joker Is Wild"
Episode: #5 - 26th January 1966


"Batman Is Riled"
Episode: #6 - 27th January 1966


written by Robert Dozier
directed by Don Weis


Merritt Bohn .... Assistant Warden
Dick Curtis .... The Inebriate
Jerry Dunphy .... Fred the Newscaster
Jonathan Hole .... Mr. Hovis, Museum Attendant
Nancy Kovack .... Queenie
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Al Wyatt Sr. .... Henchman #1
Angelo De Meo .... Henchman #2


"Instant Freeze"
Episode: #7 - 2nd February 1966


"Rats Like Cheese"
Episode: #8 - 3rd February 1966


written by Max Hodge
directed by Robert Butler


Ken Del Conte .... Al Scott
Teri Garr .... Girl (uncredited)
Shelby Grant .... Princess Sandra
Troy Melton ....Chill
Roy Sickner ....Mo
Don Hammer .... Art Rogers
Robert Hogan .... Paul Diamante
William O'Connell .... Mr. Perkins
George Sanders .... Mr. Freeze
Guy Way .... Nippy
John Zaremba .... Kolevator (Butler)
William Hudson .... Photographer
Dan Terranova .... Doctor Vince
John Willis .... Newscaster


"Zelda The Great"
Episode: #9 - 9th February 1966


"A Death Worse Than Fate"
Episode: #10 - 10th February 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Norman Foster


Anne Baxter .... Zelda
Frankie Darro .... Newsman
Jim Drum .... Officer Clancy
Barbara Heller .... Hillary Stonewin
Jack Kruschen .... Eivol Ekdol
Douglas Dumbrille .... The Doctor
Victor French .... Hood No 1
William Phillips .... Hood No 2

Stephen Tompkins .... Bank Guard

Jerry Doggett .... Announcer


"A Riddle A Day Keeps The Riddler Away"
Episode: #11 - 16th February 1966

"When The Rat's Away The Mice Will Play"
Episode: #12 - 17th February 1966


written by Fred De Gorter
directed by Tom Gries


Reginald Denny .... King Boris
Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler
Joy Harmon .... Julia Davis
Tim Herbert .... Whiskers
Marvin Miller .... TV Announcer
Susan Silo .... Mousey
Marc Cavell .... Fangs
Roy Jensen .... Whitey
William Kendis .... Newsman
Johnny Magnus .... M.C.
Tristram Coffin .... Ambassador
John Archer .... Guest
John Hubbard .... Maitre d'


"The Thirteenth Hat"
Episode: #13 - 23rd February 1966


"Batman Stands Pat"
Episode: #14 - 24th February 1966


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Norman Foster


Roland La Starza .... Cappy
Monique LeMaire .... Madame Magda
Bob Legionaire .... Sporting Goods Manager
Diane McBain .... Lisa
Alberto Morin .... Octave Marbot
Gil Perkins .... Dicer
Norma Varden .... Mrs. Monteagle
David Wayne .... Mad Hatter/Jervis Tetch
George Conrad .... Turkey Bowinkle
Sandra Wells .... Babette
Ralph Montgomery .... Silver shop manager
John Ward .... Citizen


"The Joker Goes To School"
Episode: #15 - 2nd March 1966


"He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul"
Episode: #16 - 3rd March 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Murray Golden


Greg Benedict .... Two Bits
Cherie Foster .... Cheerleader No 1 (uncredited)
Linda Harrison .... Cheerleader No 2 (uncredited)
Kip King .... Nick
Donna Loren .... Susie
Bryan O'Byrne .... Principal Schoolfield
Tim O'Kelly .... Pete
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Sydney Smith .... Mr. Vandergilt
Richard Bellis .... Joe (as Dick Bellis)
Jim Henaghan .... Fulton
Glenn Allan .... Herbie
Donna Di Martino .... Third Girl
Joan Parker .... Fourth Girl
Breeland Rice .... Cop


"True Or Falseface"
Episode: #17 - 9th March 1966


"Holy Rat Race"
Episode: #18 - 10th March 1966


written by Stephen Kandel
directed by William Graham


Joe Brooks .... Brinks (Fat Man)
Chuck Fox .... Pinkerton (Thin Man)
Billy Curtis .... Midget
Myrna Fahey .... Blaze
S. John Launer .... George W. Ladd
Malachi Throne .... False Face
Patrick Whyte .... Curator
Holly Bane .... Cowboy
Mike Ragan .... Cowboy
Gary Owens .... TV Announcer
Michael Fox .... Leo Gore (uncredited)
Brenda Howard .... (uncredited)


"The Purr-fect Crime"
Episode: #19 - 16th March 1966


"Better Luck Next Time"
Episode: #
20 - 17th March 1966

written by Stanley Ralph Ross and Lee Orgel
directed by James Sheldon


Harry Holcombe .... Mark Andrews
Jock Mahoney .... Leo
Ralph Manza .... Felix
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
Pat Zurica .... Guard
Alex Sharp .... Henchman


"The Penguin Goes Straight"
Episode: #21 - 23rd March 1966


"Not Yet, He Ain't"
Episode: #22 - 24th March 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. & John Cardwell
directed by Leslie H. Martinson


Douglas Bank .... Lt Copple
William Beckley .... Reggie Rich
Al Checco .... Dove
Kathleen Crowley .... Sophia Starr
Harvey Lembeck .... Eagle Eye
Ed McCready .... Crook
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Hope Sansberry .... Mrs. Van Climber
Bill Welch .... Newsman (George)
Jim Drum .... Policeman (Clancy)


"The Ring Of Wax"
Episode: #23 - 30th March 1966

"Give 'Em The Axe"
Episode: #24 - 31st March 1966


written by Jack Paritz and Bob Rodgers
directed by James B. Clark


Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler
Michael Greene .... Matches
Elizabeth Harrower .... Miss Prentice
Al McGranary .... The Mayor
Ann Myers .... Madame Soleil
Linda Gaye Scott .... Moth
Joe E. Tata .... Tallow


"The Joker Trumps An Ace"
Episode: #25 - 6th April 1966


"Batman Sets The Pace"
Episode: #26 - 7th April 1966


written by Francis and Marian Cockrell
directed by Richard C. Sarafian


Norman Alden .... Lookout - Joker's Goon
Tol Avery .... Prescott Belmont
Angela Greene .... Mrs. Belmont
Catherine Ferrar .... (uncredited)
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Bryan O'Byrne .... Principal Schoolfield
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Johnny Seven .... Henchman No 2
Dan Seymour .... The Maharajah
Jane Wald .... Jill
Bebe Louie .... Girl Clerk


"The Curse Of Tut"
Episode: #27 - 13th April 1966

"The Pharaoh's In A Rut"
Episode: #28 - 14th April 1966


written by Robert C. Dennis and Earl Barret
directed by Charles R. Rondeau


Don 'Red' Barry .... Vizier
Victor Buono .... King Tut
Frank Christi .... Royal Scrivener
Bill Quinn .... Board Member
Ziva Rodann .... Queen Nefertiti
Emanuel Thomas .... Reporter
William Boyett .... Policeman
Olan Soule .... Newscaster


"The Bookworm Turns"
Episode: #29 - 20th April 1966


"While Gotham City Burns"
Episode: #30 - 21st April 1966


written by Rik Vollaerts
directed by Larry Peerce


John Crawford .... Printer's Devil
Jan Peters .... Typesetter
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Jerry Lewis .... Himself (uncredited cameo)
Roddy McDowall .... The Bookworm
Francine York .... Lydia Limpet
Roy Kinnear .... Henchman (uncredited)
Tony Aiello .... Pressman
Jim O'Hara .... Sergeant


"Death In Slow Motion"
Episode: #31 - 27th April 1966


"The Riddler's False Notion"
Episode: #32 - 28th April 1966


written by Dick Carr
directed by Charles R. Rondeau


Richard Bakalyan .... C.B.
Francis X. Bushman .... Mr. Van Jones
Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler
Sherry Jackson .... Pauline
Walter Woolf King .... Theatre Manager
Theodore Marcuse .... Von Bloheim
Judy Pace .... Theatre Cashier
Burt Brandon .... Wolf
Alex Bookston ....Guard
Virginia Wood .... Sylvia


"Fine Finny Fiends"
Episode: #33 - 4th May 1966


"Batman Makes The Scene"
Episode: #34 - 5th May 1966


written by Sheldon Stark
directed by Tom Gries


Louie Elias .... Swordfish
Julie Gregg .... Finella
Dal Jenkins .... Shark
Victor Lundin .... Octopus
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Lisa Mitchell .... Miss Natural Resources
Howard Wendell .... Millionaire
Frank Wilcox .... Millionaire
Bill Williams .... Multi-millionaire
Charles La Torre .... Manager
Ann Reece .... Beauty










1966 Feature Film

"Shoot A Crooked Arrow"
Episode: #35 (2.1) 7th September 1966


"Walk The Straight And Narrow"
Episode: #36 (2.2) 8th September 1966


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Sherman Marks


Robert Adler .... First Poor Person
Art Carney .... The Archer
Dick Clark .... Himself (uncredited)
Robert Cornthwaite .... Alan A. Dale
Loren Ewing .... Big John
Sam Jaffe .... Mr. Zoltan Zorba (uncredited)
Heidi Jensen .... Second Poor Person
Kitty Kelly .... Third Poor Person
Archie Moore .... Everett Bannister
Barbara Nichols .... Maid Marilyn
Doodles Weaver .... Crier Tuck
Heidi Winston .... Second Poor Person
Lee Delano .... Second Armoured Car Driver
Myrna Dell .... Pedestrian
Vinton Haworth .... Marshal Roland
James O'Hara .... Policeman
Steve Pendleton .... First Armoured Car Driver


"Hot Off The Griddle"
Episode: #37 (2.3) 14th September 1966


"The Cat And The Fiddle"
Episode: #38 (2.4) 15th September 1966


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Dan Weis


Jack Kelly .... Jack O'Shea
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
Edy Williams .... Hostess
James Brolin .... Ralph Staphylococcus
Buck Kartalian .... John
George Barrows .... Charles
Charles Horvath .... Thomas
George Neise .... Cramer
David Fresco .... Zubin Zuccini


"The Minstrel's Shakedown"
Episode: #39 (2.5) 21st September 1966


"Barbequed Batman"
Episode: #40 (2.6) 22nd September 1966


written by Francis and Marian Cockrell
directed by Murray Golden


Army Archerd .... Putnam
Phyllis Diller .... Scrubwoman
John Gallaudet .... Cortland
Eddie Garrett .... First Broker
Norman Grabowski .... Treble
Van Johnson .... The Minstrel
Del Moore .... TV Newscaster
Leslie Perkins .... Amanda (Octavia)
Remo Pisani .... Bass
Stuart Wilson .... Third Banker
James O'Hara .... Policeman in Basement
Herbert Moss .... Second Broker
Stu Wilson .... Third Broker
Tom Anthony .... First Waiter
Vince Deadrick .... Second Waiter


"The Spell Of Tut"
Episode: #41 (2.7) 28th September 1966

"Tut's Case Is Shut"
Episode: #42 (2.8)
29th September 1966

written by Robert C. Dennis and Earl Barret
directed by Larry Peerce


Bea Bradley .... (uncredited)
Victor Buono .... King Tut
Sid Haig .... Royal Apothecary
Marianna Hill .... Cleo Patrick
Bruce Lee .... Kato (uncredited)
Peter Mamakos .... Royal Lapidary
Michael Pataki .... Amenophis Twefik
Rene Paul .... Man of Distinction
Boyd Santell .... Sethos
Van Williams .... Green Hornet (uncredited)


"The Greatest Mother Of Them All"
Episode: #43 (2.9) 5th October 1966


"Ma Parker"
Episode: #44 (2.10) 6th October 1966


written by Henry Slesar
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Robert Biheller .... Pretty Boy
Peter Brooks .... Machine Gun
James Griffith .... Trusty (Tiger)
Lyzanne La Due .... Nurse
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
James O'Hara .... Policeman
Fran Ryan .... Chairlady
Tisha Sterling .... Legs Parker
Michael Vandever .... Mad Dog
Shelley Winters .... Ma Parker
Milton Berle .... Lefty
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman (cameo)
Budd Perkins .... Prison Guard


"The Clock King's Crazy Crimes"
Episode: #45 (2.11) 12th October 1966


"The Clock King Gets Crowned"
Episode: #46 (2.12) 13th October 1966


written by Bill Finger and Charles Sinclair
directed by James Neilson


Herbert Anderson .... Harry Hummert
Roger Bacon .... Boy
Sammy Davis Jr. .... Himself (uncredited)
Jerry Doggett .... Fred Forbes
Louise Lorimer .... Mrs. Fontenae
Sandra Lynn .... Girl
Eileen O'Neill .... Millie Second (as Eileen O'Neal)
Michael Pate .... Second Hand Three
Walter Slezak .... The Clock King
Ivan Triesault .... Benson Parkhurst
Linda Lorimer .... Car Hop


"An Egg Grows In Gotham"
Episode: #47 (2.13) 19th October 1966


"The Yegg Foes In Gotham"
Episode: #48 (2.14) 20th October 1966


story by Ed Self
teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by George Waggner


Albert Carrier .... Pete Savage
Stephen Dunne .... Tim Tyler
Gene Dynarski .... Benedict
Gail Hire .... Miss Bacon
Edward Everett Horton .... Chief Screaming Chicken
Vincent Price .... Egghead
Ben Welden .... Foo Yong
Grant Woods .... Tour Guide
Ben Alexander .... Plain clothes cop
Mae Clarke .... Lady
Bill Dana ... Jose Jimenez (Batclimb cameo uncredited)
George Fenneman .... TV Newscaster
Jonathan Hole .... Jewellery Store Clerk
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Burt Mustin .... Old MacDonald
Anthony Brand .... Motorcycle Cop
Alan Emerson .... Policeman
George McCoy .... Motorist


"The Devil's Fingers"
Episode: #49 (2.15) 26th October 1966


"The Dead Ringers"
Episode: #50 (2.16) 27th October 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Larry Peerce


Sivi Aberg .... Mimi
Diane Farrell .... Sally
Marilyn Hanold .... Doe
Liberace .... Fingers Chandell and Harry
Warren Miller .... Cab Driver
Eddie Ness .... Millionaire
Edy Williams .... Rae
James Millhollin .... Alfred Slye
Jack Perkins .... Piano Mover (Henchman)


"Hizzoner The Penguin"
Episode: #51 (2.17) 2nd November 1966


"Dizzonor The Penguin"
Episode: #52 (2.18) 3rd November 1966


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Randolph


Tony Epper .... Goon
George Furth .... Gallus
Dennis James .... Chet Chumley
Drake Levin .... Himself
Mark Lindsay .... Himself
Allen Ludden .... David Dooley
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Paul Revere .... Himself ('Uncle' Paul Revere)
Joe E. Tata .... G.O.O.N #1
Phil Volk .... Fang
Don Wilson .... Walter Klondike
Woodrow Parfrey .... Rooper
Michael Smith .... Smitty
Little Egypt .... (belly dancer)(cameo in 51)
Paul Revere & the Raiders .... (cameo in 52)
Tony Epper .... G.O.O.N. #2
Newell Oestreich .... G.O.O.N. #3
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Murray Roman .... Trendek
Cindy Malone .... Lulu
Judy Parker .... Penguin Girl #1
Linda Meyers ..... Penguin Girl #2
Joe Besser .... Collector
Pat Tidy .... Little Old Lady
Peg Shirley .... Mother
Fuzzy Knight .... Blind News Dealer
James O'Hara .... Cop
John Indrisano .... Prisoner
Jack Bailey .... Moderator
Benny Rubin .... Man


"Green Ice"
Episode: #53 (2.19) 9th November 1966


"Deep Freeze"
Episode: #54 (2.20) 10th November 1966


written by Max Hodge
directed by George Waggner


Charles Bail .... Henchman (uncredited)
Nicky Blair .... Shivers
Dee Hartford .... Miss Iceland
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Otto Preminger .... Mr. Freeze
Marie Windsor .... Nellie Majors
Kem Dibbs .... Chill
Charlie O'Donnell .... TV Announcer
James O'Hara .... Police Sergeant
Robert Wiensko .... Iceman
Mike Durkin .... Little Boy
Joan Twelve .... Bathing Beauty


"The Impractical Joker"
Episode: #55 (2.21) 16th November 1966


"The Joker's Provokers"
Episode: #56 (2.22) 17th November 1966


written by Jay Thompson and Charles Hoffman
directed by James B. Clark


Larry Burrell .... Commentator #1
Christopher Cary .... Angus Ferguson
Howard Duff .... Himself (uncredited)
Kathy Kersh .... Cornelia Anthony
Larry Paul .... Bolt
Louis Quinn .... Latch
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Alan Napier .... Egbert
Valerie Szabo .... Little Girl
Clyde Howdy .... Commentator #2


"Marsha, Queen Of Diamonds"
Episode: #57 (2.23) 23rd November 1966


"Marsha's Scheme Of Diamonds"
Episode: #58 (2.24) 24th November 1966


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by James B. Clark


Hugh Douglas .... TV Announcer
Ben Gage .... Clerk
Carolyn Jones .... Marsha
James O'Hara .... Sgt O'Leary
Charles Stewart .... Clergyman
Woody Strode .... Grand Mogul
Estelle Winwood .... Aunt Hilda
Joyce Nizarri .... Girl
Harry Stanton .... Victim #1
William McLennon .... Victim #2
Murray Pollack .... Victim #3
Rick DiSante .... Victim #4


"Come Back, Shame"
Episode: #59 (2.25) 30th November 1966


"It's How You Play The Game"
Episode: #60 (2.26) 1st December 1966


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Oscar Randolph


Danielle Aubry .... Saleslady
Jack Carter .... Hot Rod Harry
John Mitchum .... Rip Snorting
Cliff Robertson .... Shame
Timothy Scott .... Messy James
Eric Shea .... Andy
Joan Staley .... Okie Annie
Milton Frome .... Laughing Leo
Werner Klemperer .... Colonel Klink (uncredited cameo)
Kathryn Minner .... Used Car Customer
James McHale .... Guard


"The Penguin's Nest"
Episode: #61 (2.27) 7th December 1966


"The Bird's Last Jest"
Episode: #62 (2.28) 8th December 1966


written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Murray Golden


Lane Bradford .... Cordy Blue
Ted Cassidy .... Lurch (cameo in 62)
Grace Gaynor .... Chickadee
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
James O'Hara .... Police Officer Hoffman
Voltaire Perkins .... Judge Moot
Vito Scotti .... Matey Dee
Marvin Brody .... Bailiff
Ralph Ross .... Ballpoint Baxter
Violet Carson .... Lady Stanley


"The Cat's Meow"
Episode: #63 (2.29) 14th December 1966


"The Bat's Kow Tow"
Episode: #64 (2.30) 15th December 1966


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by James B. Clark


Calvin Brown .... Newsman
Tom Castronova .... Meanie
Chad Stuart .... Himself
Jeremy Clyde .... Himself
Joe Flynn .... Benton Belgoody
Chuck Henderson .... Miney
Peter Leeds .... Harry Upps
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
Ric Roman .... Moe
Judy Strangis .... 1st Girl
Cindy Ferrare .... 2nd Girl
Sharyn Wynters .... Eenie
Steve Allen .... Allen Stevens (cameo)
Don Ho .... Himself (cameo)
Jay Sebring .... Mr. Oceanbring


"The Sandman Cometh"
Episode: #67 (2.33) 28th December 1966

"The Catwoman Goeth"
Episode: #68 (2.34) 29th December 1966


story by Ellis St. Joseph
teleplay by Ellis St.Joseph and Charles Hoffman
directed by George Waggner


Tony Ballen .... Nap
Pat Becker .... Catti
Spring Byington .... J Pauline Spaghetti
Valerie Kairys .... Kitty
Gypsy Rose Lee .... Newscaster (cameo)
Jeanie Moore .... Catarina (Policewoman Mooney)
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
Richard Peel .... Snooze
Michael Rennie .... The Sandman
James Brolin .... Officer Reggie Hogan
Ray Montgomery .... Officer Dan Dietrich
Lindsay Workman .... Tuthill
Barbara Kelly .... Woman
William Dyer .... Policeman


"The Contaminated Cowl"
Episode: #69 (2.35) 4th January 1967


"The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul"
Episode: #70 (2.36) 5th January 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Leonard Bremen .... Benny
Paul Bryar .... Jennings
Richard Collier .... Otto Puffendorfer
Jesslyn Fax .... Bon Bon
Jean Hale .... Polly
Leonid Kinskey .... Professor Overbeck
Barbara Morrison .... Hattie Hatfield
David Wayne .... Mad Hatter/Jervis Tetch
Heather Young .... American Operator
Gil Stuart .... British Operator
Margaret Teele .... Russian Operator
Victor Ames .... Skimmer
Ivy Bethune .... Maudie
Charles Picerni .... Stooge #1
Roger Creed .... Stooge #2


"The Zodiac Crimes"
Episode: #71 (2.37) 11th January 1967


"The Joker's Hard Times"
Episode: #72 (2.38) 12th January 1967


"The Penguin Declines"
Episode: #73 (2.39) 18th January 1967


story by Stephen Kandel
teleplay by Stephen Kandel and Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Hal Baylor .... Mercury
Louis Cordova .... Salesman
Charles E. Fredericks .... Leo Crustash
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Terry Moore .... Venus
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Eddie Saenz .... Saturn
Jonathan Kidd .... 1st Zoologist
Milton Stark .... 2nd Zoologist
Howard Wendell .... Basil Bowman
Rob Reiner .... Delivery Boy
Joe Di Reda .... Mars
Dick Crockett .... Neptune
Charles Picerni .... Uranus
Vincent Barbi .... Truck Driver


"That Darn Catwoman"
Episode: #74 (2.40) 19th January 1967

"Scat! Darn Catwoman"
Episode: #75 (2.41) 25th January 1967


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Tony Epper .... Marlow
Steve Franken .... Rudy, the Valet (uncredited)
Jock Gaynor .... Spade
Lesley Gore .... Pussycat
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
J. Pat O'Malley .... Pat Pending
David Lenard .... Prince Ibn Kereb
George Sawaya .... Templar
Allen Jenkins .... Little Al (uncredited)
Rolla Altman .... Girl Teller


"Penguin Is A Girl's Best Friend"
Episode: #76 (2.42) 26th January 1967

"Penguin Sets A Trend"
Episode: #77 (2.43) 1st February 1967


"Penguin's Disastrous End"
Episode: #78 (2.44) 2nd February 1967


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by James B. Clark


Kimberly Allen .... Miss Patterson
Frank Baron .... Henchman #1
Don Hannum .... 1st Guard
Andy Romano .... 2nd Guard
Carolyn Jones .... Marsha
Brad Logan .... Workman
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Estelle Winwood .... Aunt Hilda
Ted Fish .... Truck Driver
Bob Hastings .... Major Beasley
Alan Reed .... General MacGruder
Steve Conte .... Henchman #2
Milton Stark .... Mr. Tambor


"Batman's Anniversary"
Episode: #79 (2.45) 8th February 1967

"A Riddling Controversy"
Episode: #80 (2.46) 9th February 1967


written by William P. D'Angelo
directed by James B. Clark


John Astin .... The Riddler
Jim Lefebvre .... Across
Ken Scott .... Down
Martin Kosleck ..... Professor Avery Evans
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Eddie Quillan .... Newsie
Bud Furillo .... Reporter
Tom Kelly .... TV Announcer
Deanna Lund .... Anna Gram


"The Joker's Epitaph"
Episode: #81 (2.47) 15th February 1967

"The Joker's Last Laugh"
Episode: #82 (2.47) 16th February 1967


story by Peter Rabe
teleplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Oscar Beregi Jr. .... Dr. Floyd
Ed Deemer .... Yock
Phyllis Douglas .... Josie Miller
Hollie Haze .... Miranda Fleece
J. Edward McKinley .... Mr. Flamm
Lawrence Montaigne .... Mr. Glee
Clint Ritchie .... Boff
Cesar Romero .... The Joker


"Catwoman Goes To College"
Episode: #83 (2.49) 22nd February 1967


"Batman Displays His Knowledge"
Episode: #84 (2.50) 23rd February 1967


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Robert Sparr


Stanley Adams .... Captain Courageous
Sheldon Allman .... Penn
Art Linkletter .... Himself (uncredited cameo)
Paul Mantee .... Cornell
Julie Newmar .... The Catwoman
Paul Picerni .... Brown
Jacques Bergerac .... Freddie (Touche) the Fence
Whitney Blake .... Amber Forever
Paul Picerni .... Brown
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Jan Burrell .... Alma Mater


"A Piece Of The Action"
Episode: #85 (2.51) 1st March 1967

"Batman's Satisfaction"
Episode: #86 (2.52) 2nd March 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph


In this episode Batman teams up with 'The Green Hornet' who was another comic strip hero made by the same company (TCF/William Dozier 1966 - 26 half hour episodes)

Dusty Cadis .... Waiter
Roger C. Carmel .... Colonel Gumm
Seymour Cassel .... Cancelled
Rico Cattani .... Reprint
Bruce Lee .... Kato
Diane McBain .... Pinky Pinkston
Angelique Pettyjohn .... 1st Model (Angelique)
Alex Rocco .... Block
Jan Watson .... 2nd Model (Shirley)
Van Williams .... The Green Hornet
Harry Frazier .... Mr. Staple
James O'Hara .... Police Sergeant Semple
Edward G. Robinson .... Himself (uncredited cameo)
Dusty Cadis .... Waiter


"King Tut's Coup"
Episode: #87 (2.53) 8th March 1967

"Batman's Waterloo"
Episode: #88 (2.54) 9th March 1967


(see image at bottom of page)

story by Leo and Pauline Townsend
teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by James B. Clark


Tol Avery .... Deputy Mayor Zorly
Richard Bakalyan .... Fouad Sphinx
Victor Buono .... King Tut
Lloyd Haynes .... Lord Chancellor
Lee Meriwether .... Lisa Carson (Cleopatra)
Terry Messina .... Penny
Tommy Noonan .... Jolly Jackson
James O'Hara .... Irish Policeman
Tim O'Kelly .... Royal Jester
Walter Reed .... Officer
Grace Lee Whitney .... Neila
Nelson Olmsted .... John E. Carson
Joseph Abdullah .... Guard
Barry Dennen .... Valet
Susie Knickerbocker .... Herself (cameo)


"The Black Widow Strikes Again"
Episode: #89 (2.55) 15th March 1967

"Caught In The Spider's Den"
Episode: #90 (2.56) 16th March 1967


written by Robert Mintz
directed by Oscar Rudolph


Tallulah Bankhead .... Black Widow
Don 'Red' Barry .... Tarantula
Donald Briggs .... Irving Irving
George Chandler .... Grandpa
Walker Edmiston .... Teller
Al Ferrara .... Trapdoor
Pitt Herbert .... Irving Leghorn
Richard Krisher .... Motorcycle Cop (Officer Goldberg)
Mike Lane .... Daddy Longlegs
George Raft .... Himself (uncredited cameo)
Grady Sutton .... Irving Cash
Meg Wyllie .... Grandma
Milton Stark .... Irving Bracken


"Pop Goes The Joker"
Episode: #91 (2.57) 22nd March 1967


"Flop Goes The Joker"
Episode: #92 (2.58) 23rd March 1967


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by George Waggner


Jody Gilbert .... Mrs. Putney
Diana Ivarson .... Baby Jane Towser
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Jerry Catron .... 1st Henchman
Jack Perkins .... 2nd Henchman
Reginald Gardiner .... Bernie Parks
Fritz Feld .... Oliver Muzzy
Owen McGiveney .... Charles
Gail Ommerle .... 1st Browser
Milton Stark .... 2nd Browser
Jan Arvan .... Judge


"Ice Spy"
Episode: #93 (2.59) 29th March 1967

"The Duo Defy"
Episode: #94 (2.60) 30th March 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph


John Archer .... Captain Carlisle
Schuyler (Skye) Aubrey .... Carol (Woman Skater)
Elisha Cook Jr. .... Professor Isaac Isaacson
Leslie Parrish .... Glacia Glaze (Emma Strunk)
Eli Wallach .... Mr. Freeze
H.M. Wynant .... Frosty
Eddie Ness .... Coast Guard Officer
Carpet King .... (cameo)
Anthony Aiello .... Officer #1
Alfred Daniels .... Officer #2
Ron Riley .... Usher



Batgirl - Sixties City
Yvonne Craig - Batgirl

"Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin"
Episode: #95 (3.1) 14th September 1967


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler (uncredited)
Elizabeth Harrower .... Drusilla
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Yvonne Craig .... Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)
Jonathan Troy .... Reverend Hazlitt
Jon Walter .... Henchman #1


"Ring Around The Riddler"
Episode: #96 (3.2) 21st September 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Sam Strangis

James Brolin .... Kid Gulliver
Joan Collins .... The Siren (Lorelei Circe)
Peggy Ann Garner .... Betsy Boldface
Nicholas Georgiade .... Kayo
Frank Gorshin .... The Riddler
Gil Perkins .... Cauliflower
Peggy Olson .... Cashier


"The Wail Of The Siren"
Episode: #97 (3.3) 28th September 1967


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by George Waggner

Joan Collins .... The Siren
(Lorelei Circe)
Mike Mazurki .... Allegro
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin (uncredited)
Ethel Merman .... Lola Lasagne (uncredited)
Cliff Osmond .... Andante


"The Sport Of Penguins"
Episode: #98 (3.4) 5th October 1967


"A Horse Of Another Colour"
Episode: #99 (3.5) 12th October 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Sam Strangis

Joe Brooks .... Visor
Lewis Charles .... Armband
Allen Emerson .... Photographer
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
Ethel Merman .... Lola Lasagne (Lulu Schultz)
Horace McMahon .... Glu Gluten
Constance Davis .... Myrtle
Gary Owens .... Radio Announcer
Herbert Anderson .... Racing Secretary
Victor Buono .... King Tut


"The Unkindest Tut Of All"
Episode: #100 (3.6) 19th October 1967


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Sam Strangis

Victor Buono .... King Tut
Patti Gilbert .... Shirley
James Gammon .... Osiris
Cathleen Cordell .... Librarian
James Ramsey .... TV Announcer


"Louie The Lilac"
Episode: #101 (3.7) 26th October 1967


written by Dwight Taylor
directed by George Waggner

Schuyler (Skye) Aubrey .... Princess Primrose (Thelma Jones)
Richard Bakalyan .... Arbutus
Anne Baxter .... Olga, Queen of the Cossacks (uncredited)
Milton Berle .... Louie the Lilac
Jimmy Boyd .... Dogwood
Karl Lukas .... Acacia
Vincent Price .... Egghead (uncredited)
Lisa Seagram .... Lila


"The Ogg And I"
Episode: #102 (3.8) 2nd November 1967


"How To Hatch A Dinosaur"
Episode: #103 (3.9) 9th November 1967


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Anne Baxter .... Olga (Queen of the Bessarovian Cossacks)
Pat Becker .... Technician
Alfred Dennis .... Omar Orloff
Alan Hale Jr. .... Gilligan
Vincent Price .... Egghead
Violet Carlson .... Old Lady
Billy Corcoran .... Boy Scout
James O'Hara .... Policeman
James Lanphier .... Indian Man
Mary Benoit .... Petula
Donald Elson ....Tender
Jon Lormer .... Professor Dactyl


"Surf's Up! Joker's Under!"
Episode: #104 (3.10) 16th November 1967


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Sivi Aberg .... Undine
Ron Burke .... Wipeout
John Mitchum .... Hot Dog Harrigan
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Skip Ward .... Riptide
Ronnie Knox ................... Skip Parker
Joyce Lederer ................. Girl Surfer
Johnnie Green and His Green Men.... (Themselves)
Marilyn Campbell
Richard Person
Robert Van Holten
John Trombatore


"The Londinium Larcenies"
Episode: #105 (3.11) 23rd November 1967

"The Foggiest Notion"
Episode: #106 (3.12) 30th November 1967

"The Bloody Tower"
Episode: #106 (3.13) 7th December 1967


story by Elkan Allan
teleplay by Elkan Allen and Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Maurice Dallimore .... Superintendent Watson
Harvey Jason .... Scudder
Glynis Johns .... Lady Penelope Peasoup
Monty Landis .... Basil
Lynley Laurence .... Kit
Stacey Maxwell .... Rosamond
Larry Anthony .... Digby
Lyn Peters .... Lady Prudence
Aleta Rotell .... Daisy
Rudy Vallee .... Lord Marmaduke Ffogg
Nannette Turner .... Sheila (Duchess)
Gil Stuart .... The Bobby


"Catwoman's Dressed To Kill"
Episode: #108 (3.14) 14th December 1967


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Sam Strangis

Anne Baxter .... Olga, Queen of the Cossacks (uncredited)
Karen Huston .... Queen Bess
Dirk Evans .... Angora
Rudi Gernreich .... Himself
James Griffith .... Manx
Eartha Kitt .... The Catwoman
Vincent Price .... Egghead (uncredited)
Jeanie Moore .... Woman
Gerald Peters .... Attendant


"The Ogg Couple"
Episode: #109 (3.15) 21st December 1967


written by Stanford Sharman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Anne Baxter .... Olga, Queen of the Cossacks
Violet Carlson .... Old Lady
Donald Elson .... Bank Manager
Ed Long .... Museum Guard
Vincent Price .... Egghead
Billy Corcoran .... Boy Scout
Penelope Gillette .... Passer-by


"The Funny Feline Felonies"
Episode: #110 (3.16) 28th December 1967


"The Joke's On Catwoman"
Episode: #111 (3.17) 4th January 1968


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Bobby Hall .... Laugher
Dick Kallman .... Little Louie Groovy
Sandy Kevin .... Giggler
Eartha Kitt .... The Catwoman
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Cesar Romero .... The Joker
Joe E. Ross .... Louie Groovy's Agent
Pierre Salinger .... Lucky Pierre
Rusty Lane .... Judge
Gil Perkins .... Foreman
Ronald Long .... Karnaby Katz
Louis Quinn .... Mr. Keeper
Christine Nelson .... Mrs. Keeper


"Louie's Lethal Lilac Time"
Episode: #112 (3.18) 11th January 1968


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Sam Strangis

Milton Berle .... Louie the Lilac
Percy Helton .... Gus (Janitor)
Nobu McCarthy .... Lotus
Ronald Knight .... Sassafras
John Dennis .... Saffron


"Nora Clavicle And Her Ladies' Crime Club"
Episode: #113 (3.19) 18th January 1968


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Alyce Andrece .... Third Policewoman
Rhae Andrece .... Second Policewoman
Elizabeth Baur .... Fourth Policewoman
Jean Byron .... Mrs. Millie Lindseed, Mayor's Wife
Ginny Gan .... First Policewoman
Larry Gelman .... Bank Manager
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Inga Neilsen .... Angelina
Barbara Rush .... Nora Clavicle, women's rights advocate
June Wilkinson .... Evilina
Judy Parker .... Telephone Operator


"Penguin's Clean Sweep"
Episode: #114 (3.20) 25th January 1968


written by Stanford Sherman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

John Beradino .... Doctor
Charles Dierkop .... Dustbag
Abel Fernández .... First Thug
Angelo Posito .... Second Thug
Burgess Meredith .... The Penguin
John Vivyan .... Bank Manager
Monique van Vooren .... Miss Clean
Newell Oestreich .... Pushbroom
William Phillips .... Mint Supervisor
Richard Jury .... Bank Teller
David Galligan .... Teenage Boy
Pam McMyler .... Teenage Girl
Len Felber .... Policeman


"The Great Escape"
Episode: #115 (3.21) 1st February 1968

"The Great Train Robbery"
Episode: #116 (3.22) 8th February 1968


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Hermione Baddeley .... Frontier Fanny
Barry Dennen .... Fred (
Fernando Ricardo Enrique Dominquez)
Victor Lundin .... Chief Standing Pat
Jerry Mathers .... Pop, the Stage Doorman
Dina Merrill .... Calamity Jan
Cliff Robertson .... Shame (parody of cowboy Shane)
Arnold Stang .... Gun Shop Owner (Peter)
Brian Sullivan .... Fortissimo Fra Diavolo
Robert Casper .... Train Clerk
James Jeter .... Train Guard
Dorothy Kirsten .... Leonora Sotto Voce
Jerry Mathers ("The Beaver") ... Pops the Doorman (cameo)


"I'll Be A Mummy's Uncle"
Episode: #117 (3.23) 22nd February 1968


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Sam Strangis

Victor Buono .... King Tut
Tony Epper .... Tutling
Kathleen Freeman .... Rosetta Stone
Jock Mahoney .... H.L. Hunter
Joe E. Tata .... Suleiman the Great
Victoria Vetri
(as Angela Dorian) .... Florence of Arabia
Henny Youngman .... Manny the Mesopotamian (cameo)


"The Joker's Flying Saucer"
Episode: #118 (3.24) 29th February 1968


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Sam Strangis

Richard Bakalyan .... Verdigris
Jeff Burton .... Shamrock
Corinne Calvet .... Emerald
Ellen Corby .... Mrs. Green
Fritz Feld .... Professor Greenleaf
Tony Gardner .... Chartreuse
Byron Keith .... Mayor Linseed
Cesar Romero .... The Joker


"The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra"
Episode: #119 (3.25) 7th March 1968


written by Stanley Ralph Ross
directed by Sam Strangis

Victor Buono .... King Tut
Howard Duff .... Cabala
Zsa Zsa Gabor .... Minerva (uncredited)
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton
Ida Lupino .... Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft
G. David Schine .... Himself - Proprietor of 'Spiffany's'
Bill Zuckert .... Prison Captain


"Minerva, Mayhem And Millionaires"
Episode: #120 (3.26) 14th March 1968


written by Charles Hoffman
directed by Oscar Rudolph

Mark Bailey .... Apollo
Jacques Bergerac .... Freddie (Touche) the Fence
Al Ferrara .... Atlas
Zsa Zsa Gabor .... Minerva
Howie Horwitz .... Himself
(uncredited cameo)
William Smith .... Adonis
Yvonne Arnett .... Aphrodite
Boyd Santell .... Security Guard
George Neise .... Mr. Shubert
William Dozier .... Himself (cameo)



 
Sixties City - Batman the Movie 1966

Sixties City - Batman the Movie 1966

TCF / Greenlawn / National Periodical Publications

Directed by Leslie H.Martinson

Adam West - Batman
Burt Ward - Robin
Cesar Romero - The Joker
Frank Gorshin - The Riddler
Lee Meriwether - Catwoman
Burgess Meredith - The Penguin

Puns fly in all directions as The Riddler, The Joker, The Penguin and Catwoman team up to try and finally outwit the dynamic duo. Their plan is to hold the world to ransom after dehydrating the members of the United Nations.
"The Puzzles Are Coming"
Episode: #65 (2.31) 21st December 1966

"The Duo Is Slumming"
Episode: #66 (2.32) 22nd December 1966


written by Fred De Gorter
directed by Jeffrey Hayden


Sonny Bono .... Himself
Cher .... Herself
Jay Della .... Ramjet
Robert Miller Driscoll .... Blimpy
Alan Emerson .... Glider
Maurice Evans .... The Puzzler
Paul Smith .... Artemus Knab
Barbara Stuart .... Rocket O'Rourke
Andy Devine .... Santa (cameo in 66)
David Lewis .... Warden Crichton




Sixties City - Batman the TV Series

Lee Meriwether (Cleopatra) / Grace Lee Whitney (Neila)

King Tut's Coup / Batman's Waterloo



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