Batman: Season 3, Episode 18

Louie's Lethal Lilac Time (11 Jan. 1968)

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Louie the Lilac is in town, planning to corner the lilac perfume market in Gotham City. His concoction requires the glands of several animals, so he kidnaps Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson to ... See full summary »

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Louie the Lilac is in town, planning to corner the lilac perfume market in Gotham City. His concoction requires the glands of several animals, so he kidnaps Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson to make the extractions. With "Batman and Robin" unable to respond, Batgirl attempts a rescue, only to be captured herself. The trio rely on their wits (and the latest bat-invention) to attempt an escape. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Last mention of Aunt Harriet - she's said to be in shock over Bruce and Dick's kidnapping. See more »

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Alfred: [on Batphone speaking with Commissioner Gordon] What? Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson kidnapped at gunpoint?
[stammering]
Alfred: I-I... B-b-b-b... eh... I... I'm sorry if I appear... a trifle upset, sir, but...
[takes a deep breath]
Alfred: ... any citizen of Gotham City would be shocked at such appalling news.
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