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Louie's Lethal Lilac Time 

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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Throughout the series, it is explicitly shown and spoken that The Study is off limits to anyone but Bruce, Dick and Alfred. However, Alfred has no issues with Barbara's entry into The Study. See more »

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Chief O'Hara: Well, another canny, colorful crook is in the clink.
Commissioner Gordon: And a tuckered-out police commissioner is going to breathe much easier on his West Cape cruise.
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Features Batman: The Joker's Hard Times (1967) See more »

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Berle's back but why bother
2 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Louie's Lethal Lilac Time" finds Milton Berle's purple clad flower fink intent on cornering the lilac perfume market, kidnapping Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson to demand a million dollar ransom, so it's up to Batgirl to try to save the day if she weren't so easily captured by Louie's trick boutonnière. Trusty Alfred manages to locate his employer and gets the Batmobile to drive itself to their hideaway, where Commissioner Gordon naturally assumes Batman to be on the case. With Uncle Miltie putting in another sleepwalking performance lacking any sense of fun, it's a wonder they did a second episode for this exceptionally weak villain. Fortunately, there wouldn't be any further adventures of this boring 'Lavender Hill Mob!'


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