Batman: Season 2, Episode 11

The Clock King's Crazy Crimes (12 Oct. 1966)

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After a robbery aided by a rigged timepiece, Batman and Robin deduce the Clock King must be in Gotham City. Disguised as a pop art expert, the villain brings his latest masterpiece to the ... See full summary »

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Madge Blake ...
Eileen O'Neill ...
Millie Second
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Ivan Triesault ...
Parkhurst
Jerry Doggett ...
Fred Forbes
Herbert Anderson ...
Harry Hummert
Louise Lorimer ...
Mrs. Frontenac
Linda Lorimer ...
Car Hop
Sandra Lynn ...
Girl
Roger Bacon ...
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After a robbery aided by a rigged timepiece, Batman and Robin deduce the Clock King must be in Gotham City. Disguised as a pop art expert, the villain brings his latest masterpiece to the Parkhurst Gallery. But everyone is surprised when the sculpture turns out to be more than just a piece of art, and the Clock King makes off with a valuable time-related painting. Batman and Robin follow a clue to the villain's hideout, unaware that a trap awaits them. Written by Twenty Penguins

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One of the "famous paintings" that the Clock King is attempting to steal appears to be Salvador Dali's surrealist masterpiece, "Persistence of Memory". If you'll look closely at this painting, though, you'll see that it now includes impressions of Batman and Robin, being attacked by monsters as they fall through convoluted space! Other pop-culture trivia from this episode: in an earlier scene, the Duo stop by the Dunbar Diner, looking for a waitress named Thelma Timepiece, who used to be the Clock King's moll before she went straight. They're met by a new waitress, who tells them that Thelma quit the previous week, to go "back to her small town in the Midwest"; this is a reference to "Peyton Place". Also in this episode, we learn that Batman and Robin like their Batburgers medium-rare, and prefer double orangeades to wash them down with. See more »

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Bruce Wayne: When one is dealing with a villain like Clock King, one must use time wisely.
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Good Show With Some Oddball Elements
25 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is a bit of an oddball two-parter. A scene with Batman and Robin sitting down to have a bat-burger is memorable and okay I guess. The background music sounds different than usual and it is used more often, almost constantly for the whole 25 minutes in fact.

There is one problem area and he comes from my home land Australia: Michael Pate as Clock King's oddball co-worker in crime! Pate is seriously mis-cast as the fool and it is rather uncomfortable watching him do this role. Pate did better work around this time and at the same 20th Century Fox studio with Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and The Time Tunnel.

Clock King himself is just an okay bad guy, at this stage in the series we the viewers had seen so many Bat-bad-guys and Clock King does not compare to characters like The Joker and The Riddler.

This is good but not great.


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