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That Darn Catwoman 

The Catwoman manages to drug Robin. The junior member of the Dynamic Duo is now the Catwoman's mindless slave. Batman is on the trail of the sultry villain, but he's hampered by the fact he... See full summary »

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The Catwoman manages to drug Robin. The junior member of the Dynamic Duo is now the Catwoman's mindless slave. Batman is on the trail of the sultry villain, but he's hampered by the fact he can't harm his partner. Eventually, Batman is trapped by the Catwoman. He's in a giant trap and Robin is cutting the rope that will cause a giant mouse trap to snap on Batman. The Catwoman offers Batman a choice -- die by Robin's hand or agree to be subjected to the same drug. Written by Bill Koenig

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Prince Kereb's name was originally Ferdberger. Writer Stanley Ralph Ross said network censors thought the name sounded dirty, even though he named the character after a friend with the same name. Kereb is actually the Arabic translation for Son Of A Bitch, and Ross said the network never picked up on it. See more »

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When the Catwoman calls Commissioner Gordon to talk to Batman via the batphone, The commissioner activates the phone without any signal noise. Batman automatically picks up the phone in the batcave. See more »

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Catwoman: Robin... slay the blue dragon.
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References That Darn Cat! (1965) See more »

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California Nights
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Written by Marvin Hamlisch and Howard Liebling
Performed by Lesley Gore
Courtesy of Mercury Records
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Lesley Gore performing her last Top 20 hit
18 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

"That Darn Catwoman" was intended to be the finale for Julie Newmar's Catwoman, but was moved up in the broadcast schedule due to the presence of Lesley Gore, seen here singing her current (and last) Top 20 hit, "California Nights," one of the earliest successes for composer Marvin Hamlisch. Lesley is cast as the sexy Pussycat, over the hill rock and roll singer (at age 20!) turned Catwoman protégé, testing out the drug cataphrenic on Robin, which works to transform him into the opposite of what he was, now a lascivious criminal who gives Chief O'Hara (Stafford Repp) a shove he'd never forget. Catwoman embarks on a series of robberies to acquire a million dollar fortune for a specific purpose, even emptying the stuffed mattress of inventor Pat Pending (J. Pat O'Malley), whose valet (an unbilled Steve Franken) is named Rudy (as in Rudy Vallee!). The weighing ceremony for Prince Ibn Kereb of Gedallia (David Renard) is where Batman catches up with the gang, but is unable to fight back when it's the drugged Robin throwing punches. A gigantic mouse trap fit for a bat serves as the death trap, with Robin the one cutting the rope to become Batman's murderer! Writer Stanley Ralph Ross outdid himself with this one, extending to the name Ibn Kereb, which is the Arabic phrase for 'son of a b--ch' (the network having rejected the first name he came up with).


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