Robin: Oh, that was the closest call we’ve ever had, Batman. I have to admit, I was scared.
Batman: I had no fear whatsoever, Robin
Robin: You didn’t?
Batman: Not a bit. Haven’t you noticed how we always manage to escape the vicious ensnarements of our underhanded opponents? Don’t you know why?
Robin: Because we’re smarter than they are?
Batman: I prefer to believe it’s because our hearts are pure.
Batman: Oh, better put five cents in the meter.
Robin: No policeman is going to give the Batmobile a ticket!
Batman: No matter, Robin - this money goes to our building better roads. We all must do our part. Good citizenship, you know.
Robin: Holy taxation! You're right again, Batman.
O'Hara: Look! Up there! Are they birds?
Gordon: Are they planes?
Batman: No, they're cat-burglars! Quickly, to the elevators!
Jack O'Shea: Let's can the gab-a-thon and throw this rascal out!
Robin: I might've known you were involved! A person like you could give a bad name to gossip columnists!
Robin: You can't get away from Batman that easy!
Batman: Good grammar is essential.
Robin: Thank you, Batman.
Batman: You're welcome.
Catwoman: Batman, you saved my life!
Batman: It was the least I could do.
Catwoman: How can I ever combat you again after all you've done for me?
Batman: Let's hope it never comes to that, Catwoman. Because in the end, veracity and rectitude always triumph.
Catwoman: Batman, are you spoken for?
Catwoman: Married, engaged, or going steady?
Batman: My crimefighting leaves me little time for social engagements.
Catwoman: Boy...have I got a girl for you!
Robin: Don't fret. With good behavior, you could be out in seven-and-a-half years.
Catwoman: I'll be an old tabby by then.