Catwoman initiates a series of thefts that cause Commissioner Gordon to summon Batman and Robin. But the importance of the crimes go beyond the taking of the objects involved. The Dynamic ... See full summary »

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Catwoman initiates a series of thefts that cause Commissioner Gordon to summon Batman and Robin. But the importance of the crimes go beyond the taking of the objects involved. The Dynamic Duo eventually find Catwoman's lair. But Robin is whisked away while Batman is given a choice between two doors. If he picks the right door, he'll find Catwoman. If he picks the wrong one, he'll face certain doom. The hero makes the wrong selection and is about to be attacked by a tiger. Written by Bill Koenig

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The title is based on the Catwoman's pronunciation of "The perfect crime" or one that is never detected or no evidence is ever found so that the perpetrator is never even sought. See more »

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Batman: [seeing Catwoman for the first time] You feline devil! What have you done with Robin?
Catwoman: Aw, is that any way to greet an old friend, Batman? Not even a "hello, how are you"? Teach him some manners, fellas!
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Referenced in Batman XXX: A Porn Parody (2010) See more »

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Introducing the slinky seductive Julie Newmar in the role she was born to play
16 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Purr-Fect Crime" was the tenth two part episode, the one that introduced the most famous female villain in the comics' history, The Catwoman. While Suzanne Pleshette may have been suggested, only one actress received the call, on very short notice, and luckily for male pulses everywhere it was 32 year old Julie Newmar, seductive, leggy Broadway dancer of great repute, with a form fitting costume of her own design, truly shaping the character in her image, wielding a cat o'nine tails to whip her henchmen into shape, and a feline with claws dipped in a paralyzing drug called catclaw. The opening scene depicts her using her claws to cut a hole through a glass case housing a golden cat belonging to millionaire Mark Andrews (Harry Holcombe), so it stands to reason that its identical twin will be next on her list. In spraying the second cat with radioactive material, Batman is able to track down the Catwoman's lair, become separated from Robin, and forced to choose between two doors, as Julie purrs in her most sensuous tones: "if you choose the right door I'm yours Batman, if you pick the wrong door you're mine...so which is it Batman, the lady or the tiger?" One press of a button and the door slides open to reveal a hungry Bengal tiger, ready to strike!


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