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Marsha, Queen of Diamonds 

Marsha, the Queen of Diamonds, is after the giant diamond that powers the Batcomputer. With her love darts, she puts both Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara under her spell (and into her ... See full summary »

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Marsha, the Queen of Diamonds, is after the giant diamond that powers the Batcomputer. With her love darts, she puts both Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara under her spell (and into her custody). When the Dynamic Duo show up, they too are injected with her love potion, and Batman must agree to marry Marsha if he ever wants his friends to be returned. Written by Twenty Penguins

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A previous trivia entry referred to the mysterious bandage which covered Burt Ward's right forearm in the episode "Green Ice". In "Marsha, Queen of Diamonds", which aired two weeks later, there is further evidence of the injury; this time, Ward's forearm is wrapped in a beige elastic ("Ace") bandage. This bandage can be seen during the sword fight between Batman and a love-darted Robin. As the battle begins, Ward has one end of his cape draped over his arm to disguise the bandage; as he swings the sword above his head, the cape slips, revealing the bandage for an instant before West grabs Ward's wrist and the cape in a single motion, hiding the bandage again. See more »

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Carolyn Jones well cast as a diamond digger
8 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Marsha, Queen of Diamonds" features THE ADDAMS FAMILY's Carolyn Jones well cast in the title role (first mooted for Zsa Zsa Gabor), supported by Estelle Winwood as her potion brewing Aunt Hilda, and veteran heavy Woody Strode as her Grand Mogul (at age 83, Estelle was the oldest actress to appear on the series). Marsha depends upon love inducing darts to ensnare men to do her evil bidding, with Batman and Marsha conjuring up memories of Stan Freberg's 1951 recording "John and Marsha" in their mutual exchange! While Batman possesses the will power to repel the spell of love, Robin isn't so lucky, giving Marsha the upper hand in her ultimate goal of acquiring the precious Bat Diamond that powers the Batcave. Since Batman has made a sacred vow that no stranger shall ever enter the Batcave, Marsha suggests that a wedding is in order, as his wife would certainly not be a stranger. As the Caped Crusader struggles to say two familiar words, we have to wonder if he misses or Mrs!


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