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The Foggiest Notion 

Lord Ffogg and Lady Peasoup plan to steal a ship-worth of mod clothing material with which they can control the fashion world of Londinium. Ffogg and his men subdue Batman, Peasoup and her ... See full summary »

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Lyn Peters ...
Lady Prudence
Lynley Laurence ...
Kit
Stacey Gregg ...
Rosamond (as Stacey Maxwell)
Aleta Rotell ...
Daisy
Nannette Turner ...
Duchess
Maurice Dallimore ...
Superintendent Watson (as Maurice Dalimore)
Larry Anthony ...
Digby
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Lord Ffogg and Lady Peasoup plan to steal a ship-worth of mod clothing material with which they can control the fashion world of Londinium. Ffogg and his men subdue Batman, Peasoup and her girls grab Robin and Lady Prudence uses the paralyzing fog on Batgirl. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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30 November 1967 (USA)  »

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Lord Marmaduke Ffogg: Speaking of Lady Prudence, sister dear, I think she should remain here with Miss Gordon. I think she'll show Miss Gordon everything Miss Gordon should be shown.
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Hardly a foggy notion
29 April 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Foggiest Notion" finds Batman lured inside the Three Bells pub to do battle with the henchmen of Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Rudy Vallee), while outside the underage Robin cannot resist being taken captive by Lady Penelope Peasoup (Glynis Johns). Meanwhile, Alfred's steady presence enables Barbara Gordon to make her stunning transformation into Batgirl, who discovers the stolen goods hidden in Marmaduke's Cricket Pavilion, where a paralyzing gas leaves her chained and helpless in the dungeon. The budget cuts make this look even more impoverished than usual, the villains hardly a match for the Dynamic Duo, former crooner Rudy Vallee a miserable bastard to work with, resulting in a storyline as torturous to sit through as it was during the filming, two perfunctory fist fights to break up the tedium.


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