Batman, thanks to superior breath control, is able to escape the plaster of Paris in which he was encased. Despite this, the Mad Hatter is still at large. Eventually, Batman and Robin again... See full summary »

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Batman, thanks to superior breath control, is able to escape the plaster of Paris in which he was encased. Despite this, the Mad Hatter is still at large. Eventually, Batman and Robin again face off against the Mad Hatter at his criminal lair. Things look bad, but the Dyamic Duo manage to triumph. Written by Bill Koenig

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When trying to come up with things that come in twelves, Robin mentions amendments. At the time this episode first aired, there were only twenty-four amendments (or two sets of twelve) to the United States Constitution. See more »

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During the climactic fight, the Mad Hatter holds Batman down on the conveyor belt for working rabbit fur, with Batman's head next to the stretchers, before the large sword croppers. In two subsequent scenes after the fact, Batman has somehow changed position to after the sword croppers. See more »

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Batman: Twelve hats, twelve people. But why, Robin? What comes in twelves?
Robin: Donuts! Ehm, horsepower? Eh, amendments? Mile limits? Noon, midnight?
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Don't hold your breath
13 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Batman Stands Pat" begins with the Caped Crusader encased in a tomb of quick drying plaster, as Octave Marbot (Alberto Morin) uses his sculpting skills to crack it open, Batman alive and none the worse for wear, surviving by the simple act of holding his breath (yeah, right!). As for David Wayne's Mad Hatter, he enlists his gorgeous moll Lisa (Diane McBain) to pursue the only remaining juror not held captive, Turkey Bowinkle (George Conrad), who not only runs a bowling alley but wears a bowler hat, with Alfred (Alan Napier) enlisted to secure a Bat bugging device inside the label. The finale does indeed take place inside The Mad Hatter's demented hat factory, but the result isn't one he'd anticipated. Diane McBain continues the show's trend for sexy Bat babes, returning in pink wig for the Green Hornet crossover "A Piece of the Action"/"Batman's Satisfaction." David Wayne was a fine enough actor to put in a delightfully zesty performance despite his supposed dislike of the role, enjoyable enough to warrant a repeat appearance for the second season, "The Contaminated Cowl"/"The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul."


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