Batman (1966–1968)
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Walk the Straight and Narrow 

Batman and Robin escape their previous peril and are back in action seeking to foil the Archer and his gang. After pulling off a counterfeit job, the villains head for their boat, planning ... See full summary »

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Batman and Robin escape their previous peril and are back in action seeking to foil the Archer and his gang. After pulling off a counterfeit job, the villains head for their boat, planning to take their loot safely to Switzerland. The Dynamic Duo set off in the Bat boat to try to stop their escape. Written by Twenty Penguins

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8 September 1966 (USA)  »

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The name of Zoltan Zorba was originally to be Allan A Aardvark. When Sam Jaffe was cast in the role, the name was changed as an in-joke relating to the name of his character from Ben Casey. See more »

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When the Archer's henchman shoots an arrow that curves around a corner, the arrow leaves the bow without the bowstring having been released to fire the arrow. See more »

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The Archer: By thunder, thee will walk the plank deck.
Robin: Holy Blackbeard!
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References Ben Casey (1961) See more »

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Who giveth a damn?
8 May 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Walk the Straight and Narrow" concludes the dreary Archer opener featuring a disinterested Art Carney shooting more crooked arrows than Cupid, forgivable considering the incredibly poor script from the usually reliable Stanley Ralph Ross. After foiling The Archer's attempt to spear the Dynamic Duo, Batman keeps an eye on the smarmy Allan A. Dale (Robert Cornthwaite), eventually revealed to be in league with the nefarious Archer. Sam Jaffe puts in a cameo as Zoltan Zorba, calling attention to the arch criminal's hoax, the money intended for Gotham City's destitute counterfeit, the actual stash hoarded on a ship off of Fire Cove, the show's first sighting of the Batboat, in stock footage shot for the recently completed feature film (only one further appearance, in "The Catwoman Goeth"). A sadly pedestrian sword fight provides a fitting climax to a lackluster two parter, after which things could only get better.


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