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Batman: The Joker's Epitaph (2)

Robin is strapped to a giant printing press and is set to become part of a real comic book. Joker escapes with a document signed by Bruce Wayne naming Joker as the new bank Vice President. Joker then blackmail's Bruce Wayne into handing over the deceased bodies of the Dynamic Duo. Refusing to do so he must now marry Joker's moll Josie and sign an agreement to hand over $3 million in a marriage settlement. Commissioner Gordon believes Bruce is mentally unstable and has him analyzed by Dr. Floyd, who declares him insane.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x48
Production Number: 9747-PT.2
Airdate: Thursday February 16th, 1967



  • Currently 6.5/10
6.5/10 (2 Votes cast)
Special Guest Stars
Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
As The Joker (Special Guest Villain)
Recurring

Guest Stars
Phyllis DouglasPhyllis Douglas
As Josie (Josie Miller)
Recurring
Clint RitchieClint Ritchie
As Boff
Recurring
Ed DeemerEd Deemer
As Yock
Recurring
Lawrence MontaigneLawrence Montaigne
As Mr. Glee
Recurring
J. Edward McKinleyJ. Edward McKinley
As Mr. Flamm
Recurring
Oscar Beregi, Jr.Oscar Beregi, Jr.
As Dr. Floyd
Recurring
Main Cast
Adam WestAdam West
As Bruce Wayne/Batman
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
Stafford ReppStafford Repp
As Chief O'Hara
William DozierWilliam Dozier
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Robin: Gosh, yes, I should have thought of that.
Batman: Ah, don't blame yourself, Robin. It's sometimes difficult to think clearly when you're strapped to a printing press.

The Joker: My pretty protege Miss Miller has just consented to marry you.
Josie: I'll be faithful forever... in my fashion. I'll love you until the oceans are hung up and dried.



Cultural References
Doctor Floyd is a send-up of famous psychiatrist Dr. Sigmund Freud. Freud's ideas formed the groundwork for modern psychiatry, although the importance of some of his notions has been debated in recent years.



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 DecoratorChester L. Bayhi  |  Walter M. Scott
Post Production SupervisorJames Blakeley
Director of PhotographyMeredith M. Nicholson
Production SupervisorJack Sonntag
Art DirectorSerge Krizman  |  Jack Martin Smith
Post Production CoordinatorRobert Mintz
Based On The Works OfBob Kane
Script EditorCharles Hoffman (1)
Film EditorHugh Chaloupka
Assistant DirectorDavid Whorf
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
Special Photographic EffectsL.B. Abbott
Hair Styling SupervisorMargaret Donovan
Supervising Sound Effects EditorRalph Hickey
 
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