Chandell, the musical virtuoso, visits Gotham City for a piano concert. But unknown to the public, Chandell is being blackmailed into a life of crime by his twin brother Harry, who retains ... See full summary »

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Madge Blake ...
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Chandell / Harry
Marilyn Hanold ...
Doe
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Rae
Sivi Aberg ...
Mimi
Eddie Ness ...
Millionaire
Warren Miller ...
Cab Driver
Diane Farrell ...
Sally
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Chandell, the musical virtuoso, visits Gotham City for a piano concert. But unknown to the public, Chandell is being blackmailed into a life of crime by his twin brother Harry, who retains most of the profits. Chandell intends to buy off Harry forever, and he knows just where to get the funds - from the Wayne family fortune. With Batman and Robin out of town, he suspects the robbery will be a piece of cake. However, Batman has been listening to Chandell's concert remotely, and after detecting an anomalous chord, summons Robin back to Wayne Manor to investigate. Written by Twenty Penguins

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26 October 1966 (USA)  »

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Chandell's three molls, Doe, Rae and Mimi, are named are the first three notes of the musical scales, do, re and mi. See more »

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Chandell gives a zip code in Gotham City starting with three 9s - this would denote a location in southeastern Alaska, and Gotham City has been established as being on the East Coast. See more »

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Dick Grayson: Holy impossibility!
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Danse Arabe
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Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Performed by Liberace
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