Batman: Season 2, Episode 30

The Bat's Kow Tow (15 Dec. 1966)

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Batman and Robin escape Catwoman's trap by hitting the precise note needed to shatter the glass chamber in which they're prisoners. They quickly get on the trail of Catwoman. The feminine ... See full summary »

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Madge Blake ...
Sharyn Wynters ...
Eenie
T.J. Castronovo ...
Meanie (as Tom Castronova)
Chuck Henderson ...
Miney
Ric Roman ...
Moe
Maurice Dallimore ...
Sir Sterling Habits
Anthony Eustrel ...
Butler
Judy Strangis ...
Teenager
Chad Stuart ...
Chad
Jeremy Clyde ...
Jeremy
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Batman and Robin escape Catwoman's trap by hitting the precise note needed to shatter the glass chamber in which they're prisoners. They quickly get on the trail of Catwoman. The feminine feline criminal eventually "steals" the voices of Chad and Jeremy, Commissioner Gordon and talk-show host Allen Stephens. She blackmails the British government, which faces the lost of revenue from the taxes on Chad and Jeremy's performances. Batman and Robin eventually capture Catwoman and her gang, but not before Batman and Catwoman express obvious affection for each other. Written by Bill Koenig

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Features a rare, uncredited acting appearance by legendary men's hairstylist Jay Sebring, cast as (in an atrocious pun on his name) Mr. Oceanbring. Less than three years later, he would be brutally murdered, along with his former fiancée, Sharon Tate, and three other people, by members of the Charles Manson "family." See more »

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In the final scene of dialogue with Batman and Catwoman, the right side of Batman's cape is not always folded back. See more »

Quotes

Batman: All right, Belgoody, tell me everything.
Benton Belgoody: Every... well, I, I was born in Youngstown of poor but honest parents.
Batman: Come off it, Bellgoody, you're pulling my boot! What's Catwoman's plan?
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Teenage Failure
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Written by Jeremy Clyde (uncredited)
Performed by Chad and Jeremy
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