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The Adventures of Batman: The Fiendish, Frigid Fraud

An explosion rips a huge hole in Gotham Park on a sunny summer's day, and in the middle of it is... a huge ball of ice!?! Hours later, at the reservoir, another explosion shatters the stillness, and leaves behind another giant ball of ice! Are these the work of Mr. Freeze? No! But he'll certainly take advantage of them. Naturally, Batman isn't fooled, but when he tries to round up Mr. Freeze, the deep frozen desperado traps the Caped Crusader about a rapidly cooling submarine that's headed for the bottom of the ocean! They escape from that trap, but when they pursue Freeze, he makes a slide across the lake and then blows it up behind him just as Batman follows! Then he freezes Batman and Robin solid at the observatory, but the Caped Crusader knows how warm Freeze's chilly heart...

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x15
Airdate: Saturday December 21st, 1968

Director: Hal Sutherland
Writer: Dennis Marks

Guest Stars
Ted KnightTed Knight
voiced Mr. Freeze
Casey KasemCasey Kasem
voiced Icy (henchman)
Casey KasemCasey Kasem
voiced Icy (henchman)
Episode Quotes
Mr. Freeze: You have experienced a demonstration of my newest power – a force that I can direct to any point at any time. So you are at my mercy, citizens of Gotham! I want all the riches you have to offer!

Mr. Freeze: Ah, the Dynamic Duo! Icy – prepare the escape mini-sub. We may just bag the Caped Crusaders right now!

Mr. Freeze: I'll get on the air and predict an ice meteor will land here, in Gotham Park! Then... no one will doubt my power!

Batman: You want the world, Freeze? Here! (Batman throws a large globe at Mr. Freeze.)

Henchman: Okay, Caped Creep! Now you get yours!
(Batman throws a Batarang and knocks a model Saturn onto the henchman's head.)
Batman: Sorry – I didn't planet that way!

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