Batman: Season 3, Episode 24

The Joker's Flying Saucer (29 Feb. 1968)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Action, Adventure, Comedy
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The Joker is back in Gotham City, this time with his sights set on worldwide domination. He plants rumors of an invasion from outer space, then sets out to gather the Beryllium metal needed... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Corinne Calvet ...
Richard Bakalyan ...
Mrs. Green
Jeff Burton ...
Tony Gardner ...
Byron Keith ...
Fritz Feld ...
Prof. Greenleaf


The Joker is back in Gotham City, this time with his sights set on worldwide domination. He plants rumors of an invasion from outer space, then sets out to gather the Beryllium metal needed to build an actual flying saucer. Batman picks up on his scheme and sends Alfred to check up on a stash of the metal. But when Alfred is mistaken for a mad scientist by the Joker, he is hauled off to the villain's lair along with Batgirl. The Dynamic Duo are on their way when a bomb planted by one of the Joker's henchmen goes off, leaving them unconscious, and their Batcave cut off from the rest of the world. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Release Date:

29 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Actor Marc Cavell was originally cast as the Martian, Verdigris, but he was ultimately replaced by Richard Bakalyan. See more »


During the final fight a henchman tumbles down the stairs of the saucer to the floor then after a cut the floor is clear and the henchman tumbles down again. See more »


Mrs. Green: I'm sorry to be so lacking in details, gentlemen, but I thought the incident should be reported.
Chief O'Hara: Of course, Mrs. Green.
Batman: It is the duty of every good citizen of Gotham City to report meeting a man from Mars in a public park - Gotham City Penal Code Section 32, Subsection 14.
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Edited from Batman: The Movie (1966) See more »

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The Last Joker Show To Go To Air
20 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

The Joker is one of the many big attractions to this series, yes I love Batman and Robin as well, but The Joker just has to laugh or make a bitchy comment and I am having a ball just watching him. Joker's Flying Saucer might not be the best Joker show, and considering the episode title you would think they could of added more Lost In Space props/costumes, but there is enough fun to be had by watching this.

It would of been more fun if the saucer did what flying saucers do and go to other planets. Instead, it does not seem to do much at all. We are now very close to the 1968 final episode of this series, and also in this year Fox's Lost In Space/Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea would end.

Fox was still a great studio beyond 1968 but, to me, it was never the same once The Bat/Jupiter 2/Seaview left the building.

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