Batman: Season 2, Episode 59

Ice Spy (29 Mar. 1967)

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Mr. Freeze is back in town, and has plans to build an icy weapon that will have the world at his control. With help from Glacia Glaze, the renowned ice skater, he captures Professor ... See full summary »

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Mr. Freeze is back in town, and has plans to build an icy weapon that will have the world at his control. With help from Glacia Glaze, the renowned ice skater, he captures Professor Isaacson and tries to extract the secret formula for instant ice from him. Mr. Freeze then sends his trained seal Isolde to Police Headquarters with a note, demanding Batman deliver a ransom in exchange for the professor. But the frosty villain not only plans to keep the money and the professor, but to terminate the Dynamic Duo in the process. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Narrator: [narrating] But while the Batmobile glisaades towards police headquarters, Mr. Freeze is having his own icy sport with Professor Isaacson.
Mr. Freeze: Your secret formula for frozen ice, Professor, that's what I want! Where is it?
[the professor taps his left temple]
Mr. Freeze: You mean it isn't written down?
Professor Isaacson: To keep it a secret formula, it's bottled up. In here. And memory is a strange and intangible thing, you frosty-faced fool!
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A fine ending to the Second Season
7 May 2012 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

"Ice Spy" is one of the last batch of Season Season episodes, and like the others, a good one.

Eli Wallach is no George Sanders or Otto Preminger; he brings in his own unique charms, as the other two Mr. Freezes did. And like Mr. Preminger, Mr. Wallach took on the role in part because of his children. While Mr. Sanders was an old-time Hollywood actor, and Mr. Preminger a director, Mr. Wallach is a more modern New York actor, and brings his own take on the role.

While the episode is a little so-so plot wise, it benefits from an above- average cast. Not only do we have Mr. Wallach, but H.M. Wynant (a friend of mine) as Frosty, and Leslie Parrish, who makes her second appearance in the series!

More to the point, the episode is a fine way to end a season that began on such weak footing with the Archer episode. Some of the episodes during fall 1966 seemed to go badly, but things seemed to improve once 1967 began. This episode is proof of this.


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