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Batman: Hot Off the Griddle (1)

Catwoman returns to Gotham City and promptly opens a school for cat burglars. After a rash of petty crimes that deal with cats, Batman tries to set her up to be trapped but instead is led to her new hangout, a nightclub called the Pink Sandbox and is soon captured himself.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x3
Production Number: 9703-1
Airdate: Wednesday September 14th, 1966

Director: Don Weis
Writer: Stanley Ralph Ross


  • Currently 6.5/10
6.5/10 (2 Votes cast)
Special Guest Stars
Julie Newmar
As Catwoman (Special Guest Villainess)
Recurring

Guest Stars
Jack Kelly
As Jack O'Shea
Recurring
Buck Kartalian
As John
Recurring
George Barrows
As Charles
Recurring
Charles Horvath
As Thomas
Recurring
Edy Williams
As Hostess
Recurring
Main Cast
Adam West
As Bruce Wayne/Batman
Burt Ward
As Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder
Alan Napier
As Alfred Pennyworth
Neil Hamilton (1)
As Commissioner James W. Gordon
Stafford Repp
As Chief O'Hara
Madge Blake
As Aunt Harriet Cooper
William Dozier
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Gordon: I have grown to realize that there are two basics in life we can be sure of.
O'Hara: Death and taxes, sir?
Gordon: Batman and Robin.

Batman: You witch!
Catwoman: Batman! With all your many attributes, you haven't learned the first thing about good manners. A gentleman would kiss a lady's hand.
Batman: You are not a lady!

Catwoman: The Joker called for a date last Monday. He's fairly attractive, but I can't stand his green hair. And The Penguin's too small for me.

Robin: Holy oleo!
Catwoman: I didn't know you could yodel.

Catwoman: It's too bad it had to end now, guys. But look at it this way: you will have starred in a new show.
Batman: What's that?
Catwoman: Bat on a Hot Tin Roof!
Batman: That's not a bit funny.

Narrator: Is their goose really cooked? Will Batman and Robin stew in their own juice??? Are all their plans and dreams to go up in smoke?? The answer to these and other burning questions tomorrow! Same Cat-Time, Same Cat-Channel!



Cultural References
Robin: Holy D'Artagnan!

D'Artagnan is the protagonist in the 1844 novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, although he is not one of the title characters.

Catwoman: Bat on a Hot Tin Roof!

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a 1955 Broadway play, made into a movie in 1958.



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerWilliam Dozier
ProducerHowie Horwitz
Associate ProducerWilliam P. D'Angelo
Unit Production ManagerSam Strangis
MusicNelson Riddle
Music EditorSam Horta
Music SupervisorLionel Newman
Set DecoratorWalter M. Scott  |  Chester L. Bayhi
Post Production SupervisorJames Blakeley
Director of PhotographyHoward Schwartz
Production SupervisorJack Sonntag
Art DirectorSerge Krizman  |  Jack Martin Smith
Post Production CoordinatorRobert Mintz
Based On The Works OfBob Kane
Script EditorCharles Hoffman (1)
Film EditorJ. Frank O'Neill
Assistant DirectorBill Derwin
Executive In Charge Of ProductionWilliam Self (2)
Assistant To The Executive ProducerCharles B. Fitzsimons
Sound Effects EditorHarold E. Wooley
Make-up SupervisorBen Nye
Script ConsultantLorenzo Semple, Jr.
Supervising Music EditorLeonard A. Engel
Theme MusicNeal Hefti
Men's WardrobeAndrew Pallack
Hair Styling SupervisorMargaret Donovan
Supervising Sound Effects EditorRalph Hickey
 
Warning: Batman season 2 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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