Batman (1966–1968)
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The Catwoman Goeth 

Though Batman escapes the Sandman's trap, Robin is left to wander in a deadly maze. A clue leads Batman to Catwoman's lair, where he informs her of Sandman's plans to elope with J. Pauline ... See full summary »

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(as george waGGner)

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Kitty (as Valeri Kairys)
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Cattie
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Tuthill (as Lindsay Workman)
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Though Batman escapes the Sandman's trap, Robin is left to wander in a deadly maze. A clue leads Batman to Catwoman's lair, where he informs her of Sandman's plans to elope with J. Pauline Spaghetti and keep her fortunes to himself. Enraged by the Sandman's trickery, Catwoman sets out after him. Batman, with the now-rescued Robin, also follows, and the group meet up at Spaghetti's old deserted pasta factory. Written by Twenty Penguins

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29 December 1966 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The second and last series appearance for the Batboat (after "Walk the Straight and Narrow"), in the same stock footage shot for the 1966 feature film. See more »

Quotes

Catwoman: Cattie, pack at once! We're catching the first plane to the Canary Islands.
Commissioner Gordon: You've just missed that plane, Catwoman!
Catwoman: How'd you get in here?
Chief O'Hara: Where ever there's a cat, Catwoman, there's usually a back alley.
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Edited from Batman: The Movie (1966) See more »

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James Brolin Looks Like Christian Bale
9 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

Pre-fame James Brolin, as the annoying cop who tries to give Batman a hard time, looks like Christian Bale! It struck me that Batman of this era is every bit as off-the-wall as the villains, which is really not that far from the contemporary notion Batman as "crazy." Crazy like a fox, but still just the flip-side of the same twisted coin. The Dark Knight is every bit as self-possessed & egotistic as his villainous counterparts, without the wacky edge of the 1960s TV series.

The Batman opening featuring the comic book likenesses perfectly sets up this series; not since Peter Gunn had a TV theme song rocked with such adrenalin-pumping intensity. During the show, the theme is goosed during the fight scenes for even greater impact.


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