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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Did You Know?


When Batman is pouring the alphabet soup into his thermos, a large S appears in the bowl, which is over his chest. The S on the chest is the symbol for Superman, who would become a co-member of the Justice League with Batman in the comics and Batman Vs. Superman (2016) 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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The Best Batman ever
9 March 2006 | by (columbus, ohio) – See all my reviews

I was probably 7 years old when I saw this episode. I was a fan of both shows and now I wish they would put it on DVD so we all can share in the magic of TV and, to watch this 2 episodes of Batman vs. The Green Hornet. The fight scene was the best in television. I would to have loved to see a winner, but Hollywood copped out and made it a Mexican Standoff. I hope TV Land start showing Batman again so that kids of this generation can enjoy this type of entertainment. If you find this particular episode? Then get it! It would be worth it. Green Hornet was probably a little more violent than Batman, but it was effective. It must have not found it's audience. Batman last 3 years so, maybe the Green Hornet could have made it that long if it only been on at the right time. If I remember correctly the Green Hornet followed Batman. My problem was that I had to go to bed at 9 p.m. Get ready for school. I think we all should get the producers of the show to release the show for DVD format for generations to come. Maybe we can get that magic back!

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