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Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds 

Hoping to obtain the Batcave's bat-diamond, Marsha searches for a new potion to use on the Caped Crusaders. Batman and Robin do some searching of their own and arrive at the criminal's ... See full summary »

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Hoping to obtain the Batcave's bat-diamond, Marsha searches for a new potion to use on the Caped Crusaders. Batman and Robin do some searching of their own and arrive at the criminal's hideout. But after Marsha douses them with her concoctions, the villainess seems to have a unique bargaining chip - two tiny caped toads - with which to gain Commissioner Gordon's help in locating the Batcave. Written by Twenty Penguins

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24 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Marsha's pet cat, a marmalade tabby, is named Circe (pronounced SIR see). In Greek mythology, Circe is a sorceress who specializes in transforming men into swine. See more »

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Marsha: Hurry, hurry! Before that Bat-bigamist partner of his shows up!
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Two timing Bat Fink
8 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds" will succeed once she and Batman are married, allowing her to freely enter the Batcave to claim the precious Bat Diamond. Unfortunately for her, Alfred walks down the aisle with the real Mrs. Batman, actually Aunt Harriet Cooper (Madge Blake), an understandably mystified Batman admitting that his current spouse obviously 'slipped my mind!' Marsha gets to vent her frustration at the Caped Crusader ("you two timing Bat fink!") before Alfred reveals that Mrs. Batman plans to sue Marsha for a cool million for 'the alienation of the husband's affections!' Once Robin and the others are freed from Marsha's influence, the latest potion devised by her Aunt Hilda (Estelle Winwood) is designed to transform the Dynamic Duo into toads, Marsha and her Grand Mogul (Woody Strode) marching into Commissioner Gordon's office for one last ultimatum, with a pair of amphibians suitably costumed! Carolyn Jones and Estelle Winwood would make one return appearance in a three part episode teamed with Burgess Meredith's Penguin.


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