Batman (1966–1968)
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The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra 

Dr. Cassandra has a grand scheme against Gotham City with her invisibility pills merely the beginning of her tricks.



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Episode cast overview:
Batgirl / Barbara Gordon
Prison Captain


Dr. Cassandra and her husband Cabala are behind a string of invisible robberies, thanks to their camouflage pills. When Batman, Robin, and Batgirl attempt to stop their next theft, the crooks turn them into 2-dimensional figures with their ray gun. Dr. Cassandra then begins work on her final plan - releasing all the super criminals from prison to join her invisible force. Written by Twenty Penguins

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7 March 1968 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)


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After the production ran over budget and could not afford to take two days to block and shoot the final fight scene, writer Stanley Ralph Ross rewrote it so that it all happened in the dark. See more »


Robin: [Batman has put Batgirl to sleep, so she won't learn the location of the Batcave] You know something, Batman?
Batman: What's that, Robin?
Robin: She looks very pretty when she's asleep.
Batman: I thought you might eventually notice that. That single statement indicates to me the first oncoming thrust of manhood, old chum.
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Good Episode With Fantastic Elements
19 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

This episode has some very memorable scenes, mainly the footage of all the super-criminals being released from prison: The Riddler, King Tut, The Joker, etc. With the exception of the 1966 Batman motion picture, we never see the gang all bunched together like this and we can only wonder what kind of small talk they all made in prison together.

Elements of the fantastic are also present with vanishing criminals (note the Lost In Space vanishing sound effect), then turning invisible and marching into Gordon's office.

However, this is the 2nd last Batman episode EVER and the direction was far from the quality seen in season one's episodes directed by Robert Butler. All in all, this episode is good.

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