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Batman: The Sport of Penguins (1)

Penguin steals a famous parasol belonging to wealthy racehorse owner Lola Lasagne and after discovering its worthless value, schemes along with Lola on fixing the Bruce Wayne Handicap by replacing her favored horse Parasol with a lookalike old nag.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x4
Production Number: 1703-1
Airdate: Thursday October 05th, 1967

Special Guest Stars
Burgess MeredithBurgess Meredith
As The Penguin (Special Guest Villain)
Ethel MermanEthel Merman
As Lola Lasagne (Extra Special Guest Villainess)

Guest Stars
Lewis CharlesLewis Charles
As Armband
Joe BrooksJoe Brooks
As Visor
Allen EmersonAllen Emerson
As Photographer

Gary OwensGary Owens
voiced Radio Announcer
Herbert AndersonHerbert Anderson
As Racing Secretary
Horace McMahonHorace McMahon
As Glu Gluten
Max KlevenMax Kleven
As Henchman
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
Yvonne CraigYvonne Craig
As Barbara Gordon/Batgirl
William DozierWilliam Dozier
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Chief O'Hara: Brazen bird! I'll wager there's a connection between this and that parasol he stole from Lola Lasagna today at the race track.
Commissioner Gordon: You wager, Chief O'Hara? A public servant, an upstanding chief of police, betting?

The Penguin: I knew you when you'd steal the braces from other kids' teeth.
Lola Lasagne: While you stole their teeth!

Lola Lasagne: Instead of dying, as any adoring young wife might reasonably expect, he divorced me! Can you imagine he thought I was after his money?
The Penguin: What slander! Fah!

Robin: We start out with a question about parasols and come up with a glue factory. Holy non sequiturs!

Lola Lasagne: You, Pengy? Scorned by a woman?
The Penguin: It's incredible, isn't it?
Lola Lasagne: Yes.

Batman: Cleaning up crime is the dream of every good citizen, Batgirl. But one thought intrigues me. How did you know that Robin and I might be in trouble with Penguin in this glue-factory?
Batgirl: Through the one thing you couldn't possibly have in your utility belt, Batman... a woman's intuition.

Batman: Whatever is fair in love and war is also fair in crime-fighting.

Batman: I'm sorry we worried you, Alfred, but even the Batmobile's Library Paste Bat-Disolving Switch got stuck.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerWilliam Dozier
ProducerHowie Horwitz
Associate ProducerWilliam P. D'Angelo
MusicBilly May
Music EditorSam Horta
Music SupervisorLionel Newman
Set DecoratorWalter M. Scott  |  Chester L. Bayhi
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 EditorHugh Chaloupka
Assistant DirectorSteven Bernhardt
Executive In Charge Of ProductionWilliam Self (2)
Assistant To The Executive ProducerCharles B. Fitzsimons
Sound Effects EditorDick Le Grand
Script ConsultantLorenzo Semple, Jr.
Supervising Music EditorLeonard A. Engel
Theme MusicNeal Hefti  |  Billy May
Men's WardrobeAndrew Pallack
Special Photographic EffectsL.B. Abbott
ThemeWilly Mack
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