Colonel Gumm moves out of the Pink Chip Stamps Factory, taking its owner Pinky Pinkston along as a hostage. A message hidden by Miss Pinkston in a bowl of alphabet soup directs Batman and ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Madge Blake ...
Mrs. Cooper (credit only)
Rico Cattani ...
James O'Hara ...
Police Sergeant
Harry Frazier ...
Mr. Stample


Colonel Gumm moves out of the Pink Chip Stamps Factory, taking its owner Pinky Pinkston along as a hostage. A message hidden by Miss Pinkston in a bowl of alphabet soup directs Batman and Robin to the International Stamp Exhibition. Though the Green Hornet and Kato will be attending to try to expose Colonel Gumm, Batman and Robin believe they are out for personal profit. The misunderstanding has the two sets of crime fighters fighting each other while the real criminal nearly makes off with the exhibition's rare and valuable stamps. Written by Twenty Penguins

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2 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Billy May, composer on all episodes of "The Green Hornet", would go on to score the final season of "Batman". See more »


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Narrator: [narrating] As we last took leave of Batman & Robin, the Green Hornet had been made into a rare stamp and then thumbtacked to a wall by the corrupt Colonel Gumm. With Kato still being blocked and perforated in Gumm's shameful stamping machine, and the Dynamic Duo to follow, once they're unglued from Gumm's glue pad. For you, who've breathlessly waited and wondered, some man-hours have passed. for the caped crusaders, mere moments. As we shall see, in a moment!
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Batman mad as a Hornet, Kato set to kick ass
8 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Batman's Satisfaction" again combines two sets of crime fighters, as the Caped Crusaders are joined by The Green Hornet (Van Williams) and Kato (Bruce Lee) working in Gotham City on the trail of counterfeit Pink Chip Stamp Factory foreman Colonel Gumm (Roger C. Carmel), who has apparently succeeded in blocking, gumming, and perforating the Hornet into a life sized human stamp now thumbtacked to the wall. Batman manages to allow his fellow crime fighters to escape their death trap, then go on their way for a final showdown at a stamp exhibition in the Constellation Room at the Gotham Towers West. Colonel Gumm shows up in yet another clever disguise, this time as Argentine collector Senor Barboza, owner of the famous Howling Monkey stamp, but with two sets of heroes in the vicinity he and his men don't stand a chance. Batman and The Green Hornet take jabs at each other, not a single one landing, while Kato gets at least one flying kick at Robin, sending the Boy Wonder sprawling! Bruce Lee enjoyed a phony running feud with Burt Ward, who had claimed great prowess in the art of karate but wisely kept his distance from the masterful Lee, one crew member cracking him up off camera with this remark: "the black panther and the yellow chicken!" The 'Visiting Hero' and 'Assistant Visiting Hero' make a quiet exit before Batman easily captures Gumm with barely a whimper. This two parter couldn't save the Green Hornet from cancellation, while Colonel Gumm proved to be too far out for the Hornet, yet too ordinary for Batman. In his various guises, Roger C. Carmel is as delightful as he was playing Harry Mudd in STAR TREK's "Mudd's Women" and "I, Mudd," but in deemphasizing his character as 'Special Guest Villain,' continues to be among the show's least appreciated bad guys. The Batclimb cameo comes from legendary Hollywood gangster actor Edward G. Robinson, discussing his real life passion for art with the Dynamic Duo, his dislike for the pretensions of Andy Warhol, and a plug for the Mona Lisa.

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