TV

Season 3

Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt

Mar/09/2003
Adam West and Burt Ward are back together again and stumble upon a plot to steal the batmobile from a charity auction. Along the was they remember through clips past escapades from the Batman TV show.
Guest Stars: Brett Rickaby as Young Frank Gorshin | Adam West as Himself | Carl Ciarfalio as Henchman - Slim | Lee Meriwether as Waitress in diner | Burt Ward as Himself | Burt Ward as Himself | Frank Tahoe as Robin stuntman | Bobby Porter as Henchman - Big Joe | Lee Meriwether as Waitress in diner | Carl Ciarfalio as Henchman - Slim | Tait Ruppert as Publicist | Amy Acker as Kathy Kersh | Adam West as Himself | Curtis Armstrong as Jerry the Butler | Brett Rickaby as Young Frank Gorshin
Director: Paul A. Kaufman
Writer: Duane Poole

97 :03x03 - The Wail of the Siren

Sep/28/1967
The Siren, the world-famous chanteuse who has the ability to sing in 7 different octaves, puts Commissioner Gordon under her spell in hopes of sticking him in the trunk of the batmobile and report back to her the location of the batcave. Next the Siren hopes to put her spell on Bruce Wayne and sign over his fortune.
Guest Stars: Cliff Osmond as Andante | Joan Collins as Loreli, the Siren | Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne | Mike Mazurki as Allegro | Cliff Osmond as Andante | Joan Collins as Loreli , the Siren
Director: George Waggner

99 :03x05 - A Horse of Another Color (2)

Oct/12/1967
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Special Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as The Penguin (Special Guest Villain) | Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne (Extra Special Guest Villainess) | Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne (Extra Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: Lewis Charles as Armband | Lewis Charles as Armband | Herbert Anderson as Racing Secretary | Herbert Anderson as Racing Secretary |
Uncredited: Constance Davis as Myrtle
Director: Sam Strangis

100 :03x06 - The Unkindest Tut of All

Oct/19/1967
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Guest Stars: Cathleen Cordell as Librarian | James Gammon as Osris | Larry Duran as Nubis | James Gammon as Osris | Patti Gilbert as Shirley
Director: Sam Strangis

102 :03x08 - The Ogg and I (1)

Nov/02/1967
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Special Guest Stars: Vincent Price as Egghead (Special Guest Villain) | Vincent Price as Egghead (Special Guest Villain) | Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen Of The Cossacks (Extra Special Guest Villainess) | Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen Of The Cossacks (Extra Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: Alfred Dennis as Omar Orloff |
Uncredited: Alan Hale, Jr. as Gilligan | Alan Hale, Jr. as Gilligan
Director: Oscar Rudolph

104 :03x10 - Surf's Up! Joker's Under!

Nov/16/1967
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Guest Stars: Sivi Aberg as Undine | Robert Van Holten as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Richard Person as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Marilyn Campbell as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Joyce Lederer as Girl Surfer | Ron Burke as Wipeout | Skip Ward as Riptide | Johnny Green and the Green Men as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | John Trombatore as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Cesar Romero as The Joker | Skip Ward as Riptide | Ron Burke as Wipeout | Joyce Lederer as Girl Surfer | Marilyn Campbell as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Richard Person as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Robert Van Holten as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | Sivi Aberg as Undine | Johnny Green and the Green Men as Johnnie Green & His Green Men | John Trombatore as Johnnie Green & His Green Men
Director: Oscar Rudolph

106 :03x12 - The Foggiest Notion (2)

Nov/30/1967
The Caped Crusaders warn Commissioner Gordon and Superintendant Watson about Lord Ffogg and his plan. Barbara Gordon joins the teaching staff of Lord Ffogg and Lady Penelope Peasoup's girl's finishing school.
Special Guest Stars: Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Special Guest Villain) | Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Special Guest Villain) | Glynis Johns as Lady Penelope Peasoup (Extra Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: Lyn Peters as Lady Prudence | Lynley Lawrence as Kit | Aleta Rotell as Daisy | Aleta Rotell as Daisy | Nannette Turner as Duchess | Nannette Turner as Duchess | Maurice Dallimore as Superintendent Watson (as Maurice Dalimore) | Larry Anthony as Digby | Monte Landis as Basil | Monte Landis as Basil | Harvey Jason as Scudder | Harvey Jason as Scudder
Story: Elkan Allen | Teleplay: Charles Hoffman (1)

107 :03x13 - The Bloody Tower (3)

Dec/07/1967
The Caped Crusaders escape Lord Ffogg's fog in the winch room and go off to rescue Batgirl who is about to get a dose of lethal fog pellets. Meanwhile, Lord Ffogg and Lady Peasoup are off to steal the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London.
Special Guest Stars: Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Special Guest Villain) | Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Special Guest Villain) | Glynis Johns as Lady Penelope Peasoup (Extra Special Guest Villianess) |
Guest Stars: Lyn Peters as Lady Prudence | Lynley Lawrence as Kit | Stacey Gregg as Rosamond (as Stacey Maxwell) | Stacey Gregg as Rosamond (as Stacey Maxwell) | Aleta Rotell as Daisy | Nannette Turner as Duchess | Larry Anthony as Digby | Larry Anthony as Digby | Monte Landis as Basil (as Monty Landis) | Monte Landis as Basil (as Monty Landis) | Harvey Jason as Scudder | Harvey Jason as Scudder | Madge Blake as Mrs. Cooper |
Uncredited: Gilchrist Stuart as The Bobby

108 :03x14 - Catwoman's Dressed to Kill

Dec/14/1967
Catwoman is disrupting all things that deal with the subject of beauty. Batman believes her true plot is to steal the Golden Fleece, a solid gold dress from from the Belgravian Embassy owned by the visiting Queen Bess.
Special Guest Stars: Eartha Kitt as The Catwoman |
Guest Stars: James Griffith (1) as Manx | Karen Ericson as Queen Bess (as Karen Huston) | Rudi Gernreich as Himself | Dirk Evans as Angora | Dirk Evans as Angora | Rudi Gernreich as Himself | Karen Ericson as Queen Bess (as Karen Huston) | James Griffith (1) as Manx |
Uncredited: Jeanie Moore as Woman | Jeanie Moore as Woman | Gerald Peters as Attendant
Director: Sam Strangis

110 :03x16 - The Funny Feline Felonies (1)

Dec/28/1967
Catwoman picks up the Joker from prison upon his release and promptly plan on stealing all the money from the Federal Depository by blasting a hole in the wall using a hidden gunpowder stash they discovered from using an old map. This is part 1 of 2 episode.
Guest Stars: Gil Perkins as Foreman | Louis Quinn as Mr. Keeper | Sandy Kevin as Giggler | Bobby Hall (1) as Laugher | Pierre Salinger as Lucky Pierre | Rusty Lane as Judge | Ronald Long as Karnaby Katz | Dick Kallman as Little Louie Groovy | Christine Nelson (1) as Mrs. Keeper | Eartha Kitt as Catwoman | David Lewis (3) as Warden Crichton | Cesar Romero as The Joker | Pierre Salinger as Lucky Pierre | Bobby Hall (1) as Laugher | Louis Quinn as Mr. Keeper | Gil Perkins as Foreman | Christine Nelson (1) as Mrs. Keeper | Eartha Kitt as Catwoman | David Lewis (3) as Warden Crichton

111 :03x17 - The Joke's on Catwoman (2)

Jan/04/1968
Batgirl is captured by the Joker and catwoman and is to be killed be bound by contracting cat whiskers. After her capture they are off to a lighthouse to find the hidden gunpowder. Catwomen is put on trial but replaces the jury with her own henchmen. This is the final part of 2 episodes.
Guest Stars: David Lewis (3) as Warden Crichton | Louis Quinn as Mr. Keeper | Bobby Hall (1) as Laugher | Pierre Salinger as Lucky Pierre | Dick Kallman as Little Louie Groovy | Eartha Kitt as Catwoman | Joe E. Ross as Louie's Groovy Agent | Christine Nelson (1) as Mrs. Keeper | Cesar Romero as The Joker | Dick Kallman as Little Louie Groovy | Ronald Long as Karnaby Katz | Rusty Lane as Judge | Pierre Salinger as Lucky Pierre | Bobby Hall (1) as Laugher | Gil Perkins as Foreman | Eartha Kitt as Catwoman
Director: Oscar Rudolph

112 :03x18 - Louie's Lethal Lilac Time

Jan/11/1968
Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson are kidnapped by 2 of Louie the Lilac's henchmen along with a piece of whale bone used to make perfume. Barbara Gordon sees this happen and calls her father Commissioner Gordon so he can contact Batman.
Guest Stars: Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac | Nobu McCarthy as Lotus | John Dennis as Saffron | Ronald Knight as Sassafras | Percy Helton as Gus, the Janitor | Ronald Knight as Sassafras | John Dennis as Saffron | Nobu McCarthy as Lotus | Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac | Percy Helton as Gus, the Janitor
Director: Sam Strangis

113 :03x19 - Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club

Jan/18/1968
Nora Clavicle, a woman's rights leader, gets the women of Gotham City behind her in order to fire all the men from the police force and replaced with women. Knowing their ways, Nora and her gang rob a bank while the new policewomen arrive too late because of worrying about their make-up before stopping the crimes.
Special Guest Stars: Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle (Special Guest Villainess) | Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle (Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: Jean Byron as Mrs. Lindseed (Millie Lindseed) | Jean Byron as Mrs. Lindseed (Millie Lindseed) | June Wilkinson as Evelina | June Wilkinson as Evelina | Inga Neilsen as Angelina | Inga Neilsen as Angelina | Byron Keith as Mayor Linseed | Byron Keith as Mayor Linseed | Jennifer Gan as 1st Policewoman (as Ginny Gan) | Larry Gelman as Bank Manager | Elizabeth Baur as 4th Policewoman |
Uncredited: Alyce Andrece as 3rd Policewoman | Rhae Andrece as 2nd Policewoman | Alyce Andrece as 3rd Policewoman | Judy Parker as Telephone Operator
Director: Oscar Rudolph

114 :03x20 - Penguin's Clean Sweep

Jan/25/1968
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Special Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as The Penguin | Burgess Meredith as The Penguin |
Guest Stars: Newell Oestreich as Pushbroom | John Vivyan as Bank Director | Abel Fernández as Thug #1 | William Phillips as Mint Supervisor | Len Felber as Policeman | Monique Van Vooren as Miss Clean | John Beradino as Doctor | William Phillips as Mint Supervisor | Angelo Posito as Thug #2 | Richard Jury as Bank Teller | John Vivyan as Bank Director | David Galliagn as Teenage Boy | Pamela McMyler as Teenage Girl | Newell Oestreich as Pushbroom | Charles Dierkop as Dustbag | Monique Van Vooren as Miss Clean
Director: Oscar Rudolph

115 :03x21 - The Great Escape (1)

Feb/01/1968
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Special Guest Stars: Cliff Robertson as Shame (Special Guest Villain) | Cliff Robertson as Shame (Special Guest Villain) |
Guest Stars: Hermione Baddeley as Frontier Fanny | Hermione Baddeley as Frontier Fanny | Ted Bensinger as Prisoner | Ted Bensinger as Prisoner | Barry Dennen as Fred (Fernando Ricardo Enrique Dominquez) | Barry Dennen as Fred (Fernando Ricardo Enrique Dominquez) | Victor Lundin as Chief Standing Pat |
Uncredited: Brian Sullivan (2) as Fortissimo Fra Diavlo | Dorothy Kirsten as Leonora Sotto Voce | Jerry Mathers as Pops The Doorman | Dorothy Kirsten as Leonora Sotto Voce
Director: Oscar Rudolph

116 :03x22 - The Great Train Robbery (2)

Feb/08/1968
Shame holds Batgirl hostage and demands that Batman and Robin meet him at the World's Fair Pavilion to trade her for his girlfriend's mother-in-law, Frontier Fanny. The villain and his gang escape, and Batman must determine what Shame's master plan is.
Special Guest Stars: Cliff Robertson as Shame (Special Guest Villain) | Cliff Robertson as Shame (Special Guest Villain) | Dina Merrill as Calamity Jan (Extra Special Guest Villainess) | Dina Merrill as Calamity Jan (Extra Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: Hermione Baddeley as Frontier Fanny | Robert Casper as Train Clerk | Robert Casper as Train Clerk | James Jeter as Train Guard | James Jeter as Train Guard | Barry Dennen as Fred (Fernando Ricardo Enrique Dominquez) | Victor Lundin as Chief Standing Pat | Victor Lundin as Chief Standing Pat
Director: Oscar Rudolph

117 :03x23 - I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle

Feb/22/1968
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Special Guest Stars: Victor Buono as King Tut (Special Guest Villain) | Victor Buono as King Tut (Special Guest Villain) |
Guest Stars: Victoria Vetri as Florence Of Arabia | Tony Epper as Tutling | Tony Epper as Tutling | Jock Mahoney as H.L. Hunter | Jock Mahoney as H.L. Hunter |
Uncredited: Kathleen Freeman as Rosetta Stone | Henny Youngman as Manny The Mesopotamian | Henny Youngman as Manny The Mesopotamian | Kathleen Freeman as Rosetta Stone
Director: Sam Strangis

120 :03x26 - Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires

Mar/14/1968
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Special Guest Stars: Zsa Zsa Gabor as Minerva (Special Guest Villainess) |
Guest Stars: William Smith (1) as Adonis (as Bill Smith) | William Smith (1) as Adonis (as Bill Smith) | Al Ferrara as Atlas | Al Ferrara as Atlas | Yvonne Arnett as Aphrodite | Yvonne Arnett as Aphrodite | George N. Neise as Mr. Shubert (as George Neise) | George N. Neise as Mr. Shubert (as George Neise) | Jacques Bergerac as Freddy The Fence | Jacques Bergerac as Freddy The Fence |
Uncredited: Boyd Santell as Security Guard | Boyd Santell as Security Guard | William Dozier as Spa Client | Howie Horwitz as Spa Client | William Dozier as Spa Client | Howie Horwitz as Spa Client
Director: Oscar Rudolph
Type: Scripted
Genres: Comedy, Super Heroes
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Wednesdays, Thursdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 12, 1966
Ended: March 14, 1968
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