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Batman: The Greatest Mother of Them All (1)

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Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x9
Production Number: 9707-1
Airdate: Wednesday October 05th, 1966

Director: Oscar Rudolph
Writer: Henry Slesar


 
Special Guest Stars
Shelley WintersShelley Winters
As Ma Parker (Special Guest Villianess)
Recurring

Guest Stars
Tisha SterlingTisha Sterling
As Legs Parker
Recurring
Tisha SterlingTisha Sterling
As Legs Parker
Recurring
David Lewis (3)David Lewis (3)
As Warden Crichton
Recurring
David Lewis (3)David Lewis (3)
As Warden Crichton
Recurring
Michael VandeverMichael Vandever
As Mad Dog
Recurring
Michael VandeverMichael Vandever
As Mad Dog
Recurring
Peter BrooksPeter Brooks
As Machine Gun
Recurring
Robert BihellerRobert Biheller
As Pretty Boy
Recurring
James Griffith (1)James Griffith (1)
As Trusty
Recurring
James Griffith (1)James Griffith (1)
As Trusty
Recurring
James OJames O'Hara
As Policeman
Recurring
Fran RyanFran Ryan
As Chairlady
Recurring
Kirby BrumfieldKirby Brumfield
As Truck Driver

Uncredited
Budd PerkinsBudd Perkins
As Prison Guard
Recurring
Jim DrumJim Drum
As Clancy
Recurring
Main Cast
Adam WestAdam West
As Bruce Wayne/Batman
Adam WestAdam West
As Bruce Wayne/Batman
Burt WardBurt Ward
As Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder
Burt WardBurt Ward
As Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder
Alan NapierAlan Napier
As Alfred Pennyworth
Neil Hamilton (1)Neil Hamilton (1)
As Commissioner James W. Gordon
Neil Hamilton (1)Neil Hamilton (1)
As Commissioner James W. Gordon
Madge BlakeMadge Blake
As Aunt Harriet Cooper
Stafford ReppStafford Repp
As Chief O'Hara
Stafford ReppStafford Repp
As Chief O'Hara
William DozierWilliam Dozier
voiced Narrator
William DozierWilliam Dozier
voiced Narrator
Episode Notes
Shelly Winters will later go on to play Ma Barker in the 1970's film Bloody Mama.



Episode Quotes
Batman: Why, this criminal record is incredible. How, gentlemen, how has this Ma Parker remained at large?
Gordon: She's crafty, Batman, she's clever. But most of all, she's motherly.

Batman: Come on, Robin. Let's help a little old lady across the street... and into the penitentiary!

Robin: Holy gunpowder, Batman! What can we do?
Batman: Remember, Robin, they say an army travels on its stomach.
Robin: I get it, Batman! We crawl along the roof!
Batman: Precisely, Robin.

Batman: Ma Parker's girl is more dangerous than her three boys.
Robin: Her legs sort of reminded me of Catwoman's.
Batman: You're growing up, Robin. Remember, in crimefighting always keep your sights raised.

Robin: Holy Wernher von Braun! Look at that wheelchair go!

Narrator: Ma Parker ruling the pen! Dynamite in the engine! Will the Batmobile be blasted? Will the Boy Wonder be bombed? Will Batman be blown to bits? It can't be true! Or can it? Don't miss the next Bat-Episode! Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel!



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerWilliam Dozier
ProducerHowie Horwitz
Associate ProducerWilliam P. D'Angelo
Unit Production ManagerSam Strangis
MusicNelson Riddle
Music SupervisorLionel Newman
Post Production SupervisorJames Blakeley
Production SupervisorJack Sonntag
Post Production CoordinatorRobert Mintz
Based On The Works OfBob Kane
Script EditorCharles Hoffman (1)
Film EditorHomer Powell
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
Supervising Music EditorLeonard A. Engel
Theme MusicNeal Hefti
Men's WardrobeAndrew Pallack
Supervising Sound Effects EditorRalph Hickey
 
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