O'Hara: (after Batman and Robin have been gunned down) Don't feel too sad, boys. You had to do it. There's nothing so sad as a good crimefighter turned bad.
Aunt Harriet: Batman and Robin dead? What in the world is going to become of us?
Alfred: Perhaps that's a better question than you realize, madam.
Aunt Harriet: Oh I wish Bruce and Dick were here. Maybe they could console me.
Alfred: I doubt that very much, Mrs Cooper. I doubt it very much.
O'Hara: It's a requisition slip for the ammo we used getting The Batman and Robin in the big gunfight. Two hundred and ninety-seven rounds, including Tommy gun and pistol. Strange, isn't it?
Gordon: Isn't what strange?
O'Hara: Two hundred and ninety-seven rounds of blank ammunition. You know, them blanks cost more than the real ones.
Eagle-Eye: Do you see what I see, Dove?
Dove: What do you see, Eagle-Eye?
Eagle-Eye: I see ghosts on a Batcycle!
Robin: Ghosts, huh? I don't think you crooks have the right spirits.
The Penguin: Back from the grave, you tricksters, eh?
Robin: Back to send you on a honeymoon cruise, Penguin. Up the river to the pen!
Batman: Gone straight, huh?
Robin: We'll straighten you out!
O'Hara: Greedy bird! Have you no conscience?
Gordon: This woman loves you, Penguin. She's still willing to marry you!
The Penguin: Who, me? The Penguin? Married and kept in a bathtub?
Sophia Starr: I love you, Pengy. I'd try very hard to reform you.
The Penguin: Great heavenly icefloats! Take me to prison!