Egghead and Olga, Queen of the Cossacks, kick off their return with several thefts from the Gotham City Museum. Egghead begins planning a series of heists - intended to provide him with the... See full summary »

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Egghead and Olga, Queen of the Cossacks, kick off their return with several thefts from the Gotham City Museum. Egghead begins planning a series of heists - intended to provide him with the dowry needed to marry Olga. Swiping 500 pounds of dehydrated caviar goes off without a hitch. But when Batgirl attempts to outfox Egghead, she is instead captured by the villain. It's up to Batman and Robin to find the villains' hideout before Olga's Cossacks make mincemeat out of their crime fighting friend. Written by Twenty Penguins

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21 December 1967 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the play 'The Odd Couple' by Neil Simon that opened on Broadway (New York City) at the Plymouth Theater on March 10, 1965, ran for 966 performances was nominated for the 1965 Tony Award for the Best Play. It would later be made into a hit film starring Jack Lemmon as Felix and Walter Matthau as Oscar and a classic sitcom starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. See more »

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At 1'01", the announcer says "At the Gotham City Museum...." while the video shows the "Los Angeles County Historical and Art Mvsevm" See more »

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Egghead: Oh, protect me, Batgirl. That monster is going to shoot me.
Batgirl: You're not so brave when your henchmen aren't around, are you, Egghead?
Egghead: Oh, I never claimed to be brave, Batgirl. No, I'm, I'm clever and crafty but I'm a complete coward.
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Spoofs Taras Bulba (1962) See more »

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Vincent Price and Anne Baxter, the third and last time
25 April 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Ogg Couple" was intended to be the second of a three part storyline for Vincent Price as Egghead, plus Anne Baxter as Olga, queen of Bessarovian Cossacks, but wound up as their final appearance some weeks after chapters 1 and 3 aired. Not as dumbfounding as hatching a Neosaurus, the cowardly Egghead riding Batgirl's cycle at his own peril, the golden Egg of Ogg containing the scimitar of Taras Bulba, Yvonne Craig finally allowed to strut her dance steps as Batgirl at swordpoint. An improvement on the previous two, though that's not saying much, hardly an egg-spletive uttered by Price, happily reunited with Baxter from "A Royal Scandal" and "The Ten Commandments."


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