Batman: Season 3, Episode 17

The Joke's on Catwoman (4 Jan. 1968)

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Following a tip from Batgirl, the Dynamic Trio meet up at the Grimalkin Novelty Company, hideout of the Joker and Catwoman. There, they overhear the arch-criminals' plot and secretly trail ... See full summary »

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Sandy McPeak ...
Giggler (as Sandy Kevin)
Bobby Hall ...
Laugher
Rusty Lane ...
Judge
Christine Nelson ...
Mrs. Keeper
Louis Quinn ...
Mr. Keeper (as Louie Quinn)
Dick Kallman ...
Little Louie Groovy
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Following a tip from Batgirl, the Dynamic Trio meet up at the Grimalkin Novelty Company, hideout of the Joker and Catwoman. There, they overhear the arch-criminals' plot and secretly trail them to a stash of hidden gunpowder. A careless mistake spoils the villains' evil plan, however, and they are captured and brought before the Gotham City judge. But when the jury seems less than interested in justice, courtroom mayhem ensues. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Pierre Salinger's character name on this episode, Lucky Pierre, was his off-screen nickname. Former Press Secretary under Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, he also served, briefly, as junior U.S. Senator from California (1964-65), at the sudden death of Clair Engle. He eventually became a well-known freelance TV journalist. See more »

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When Joker and Catwoman confront the Terrific Trio at the lighthouse, he blurts out that he thought Batman and Robin were dead following the events of the previous episode. However, earlier he is seen watching them as they left Karnaby Katz's house just before they grabbed Batgirl. See more »

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Catwoman: [counting her steps] 48... 49... 50!
[hisses]
Catwoman: It should be around here somewhere, unless I counted wrong.
The Joker: Maybe feet were smaller in those days.
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