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Starring: Adam West (as Batman/Bruce Wayne) & Burt Ward (as Robin/Dick Grayson) 
Season 2 (ABC) (1966-67)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: James Beer
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################### Batman ###################
############## season 2 1966-67 ##############
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ABC Wednesdays/Thursdays 7:30 PM Eastern
60 episodes twice-weekly


2.01 [35] Batman:
SHOOT A CROOKED ARROW
2.02 [36] Batman:
WALK THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW
7Sept66, 8Sept66
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Sherman Marks
Special Guest Villain
Art Carney as The Archer (parody of Robin Hood)

Barbara Nichols ............... Maid Marilyn
Doodles Weaver ................ Crier Tuck
Loren Ewing ................... Big John
Robert Cornthwaite ............ Alan A. Dale
Archie Moore .................. Everett Bannister
Steve Pendleton ............... 1st Guard
Lee Delano .................... 2nd Guard
James O'Hara .................. Cop
Myran Dell .................... Pedestrian
Sam Jaffe ..................... Zoltan Zorba
Robert Adler .................. 1st Poor Person
Heidi Jenson .................. 2nd Poor Person
Kitty Kelly ................... 3rd Poor Person
Dick Clark .................... Cameo (window)

2.03 [37] Batman:
HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
2.04 [38] Batman:
THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE
14Sept66, 15Sept66
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Dan Weis
Special Guest Villain
Julie Newmar as Catwoman (1)

Jack Kelly .................... Jack O'Shea
Buck Kartalian ................ John
George Barrows ................ Charles
Charles Horvath ............... Thomas
Edy Williams .................. Hostess
James Brolin .................. Ralph Staphylococcus (Driver)
George Neise .................. Cramer
David Fresco .................. Zubin Zuccini
"Hot Off The Griddle'
The theft of a catalog and a catamaran can mean only one thing: The Catwoman is back. [JB]
"The Cat and The Fiddle"
The Catwoman will play while Batman's away---if she can get her paws on two rare Stradavarius violins. [JB]

2.05 [39] Batman: THE MINSTREL'S SHAKEDOWN
2.06 [40] Batman:
BARBECUED BATMAN?
21Sept66,22Sept66
Written by Francis and Marian Cockrell
Directed by Murray Golden
Special Guest Villains
Van Johnson as The Minstrel

Phylis Diller as Scrubwoman in #39
Leslie Perkins ................ Amanda
Norman Grabowski .............. Treble
Remo Pisani ................... Bass
John Gallaudet ................ Courtland
Army Archerd .................. Putnam
James O'Hara .................. Policeman in Basement
Del Moore ..................... TV Newsman
Eddie Garrett ................. Broker #1
Herbert Moss .................. Broker #2
Stu Wilson .................... Broker #3
Tom Anthony ................... Waiter #1
Vince Deadrick ................ Waiter #2
"The Minstrel's Shakedown"
The Minstrel sings a calamatous tune when he threatens to throw the stock market into pandemonium.
Phyllis Diller makes a brief appearance as a scrubwoman. [JB]
"Barbecued Batman'
You've got treble right here in Gotham City---The Minstrel plans to topple the stock exchange with
a destructive sonic beam. [JB]

2.07 [41] Batman: THE SPELL OF TUT
2.08 [42] Batman:
TUT'S CASE IS SHUT
28Sept66, 29Sept66
Written by Robert C. Dennis and Earl Barret
Directed by Larry Peerce
Special Guest Villain
Victor Buono as King Tut

Batclimb cameo by Van Williams as The Green Hornet
and Bruce Lee as Kato (both of whom would later appear as guest crimefighters)

Marianna Hill ................. Cleo Patrick
Peter Mamakos ................. Royal Lapidary
Michael Pataki ................ Amenophis Tewfik
Boyd Santell .................. Sethos
Sid Haig ...................... Royal Apothecary
Rene Paul ..................... Man of Distinction
"The Spell Of Tut"
King Tut, the mad monarch, plans to prove that he is the Pharoah of Them All---by serving up a deadly potion to
the Gotham populace. [JB]
"Tut's Case is Shut"
King Tut gives Chief O'Hara the distilled essence of scarab lymph, and O'Hara becomes Tut's willing slave. [JB]

2.09 [43] Batman:
THE GREATEST MOTHER OF THEM ALL
2.10 [44] Batman:
MA PARKER
5Oct66,6Oct66
Written by Henry Slesar
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Shelley Winters as Ma Parker

Julie Newmar cameo as Catwoman (1), a fellow prison inmate
Batclimb cameo Milton Berle as Lefty

Tisha Sterling ................ Legs
Michael Vandever .............. Mad Dog
Robert Biheller ............... Pretty Boy
Peter Brooks .................. Machine Gun
David Lewis ................... Warden Crichton
James Griffith ................ Tiger
Fran Ryan ..................... Chairlady
Budd Perkins .................. Prison Guard

2.11 [45] Batman:
THE CLOCK KING'S CRAZY CRIMES
2.12 [46] Batman:
THE CLOCK KING GETS CROWNED
12Oct66,13Oct66
Written by Bill Finger and Charles Sinclair
Directed by James Neilson
Special Guest Villain
Walter Slezak as the Clock King

Batclimb cameo Sammy Davis, Jr. in 45
Michael Pate .................. Second Hand Three
Eileen O'Neill ................ Millie Second
Ivan Triesault ................ Benson Parkhurst
Herbert Anderson .............. Harry Hummert
Louise Lorimer ................ Mrs. Frontenac
Jerry Doggett ................. Fred Forbes
Linda Lorimer ................. Car Hop
Roger Bacon ................... Boy
Sandra Lynn ................... Girl

2.13 [47] Batman:
AN EGG GROWS IN GOTHAM
2.14 [48] Batman:
THE YEGG FOES IN GOTHAM
19Oct66, 20Oct66
Story by Ed Self, Teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by George WaGGner
Special Guest Villain
Vincent Price as Egghead

Batclimb cameo Bill Dana as Jose Jimenez in 48
Edward Everett Horton ......... Chief Screaming Chicken
Gail Hire ..................... Miss Bacon
Ben Welden .................... Foo Yung
Gene Dynarski ................. Benedict
Steve Dunne ................... Tim Tyler
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
Albert Carrier ................ Pete Savage
Grant Woods ................... Tour Guide
Burt Mustin ................... MacDonald
George Fenneman ............... Newsman
Anthony Brand ................. Motorcycle Cop
Ben Alexander ................. Plainclothes Cop
Mae Clarke .................... Lady
Alan Emerson .................. Policeman
Jonathan Hole ................. Jewelry Store Clerk
George McCoy .................. Motorist
"An Egg Grows in Gotham"
Egghead, a new super criminal, hatches a plan to get legal control of Gotham City. (19Apr67 Rerun ABC Wed)
"The Yegg Foes in Gotham"
Egghead fires the city officials and banishes the Dynamic Duo. Cameo appearances by Ben Alexander of "Felony Squad,
announcer George Fenneman, and Thirties film star Mae Clarke. (20Apr67 Rerun ABC)

2.15 [49] Batman:
THE DEVIL'S FINGERS
2.16 [50] Batman:
THE DEAD RINGERS
26Oct66,27Oct66
Written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
Directed by Larry Peerce
S
pecial Guest Villain
Liberace as Fingers Chandell & Harry

Marilyn Hanold ................ Doe
Edy Williams .................. Rae
Sivi Aberg .................... Mimi
James Millhollin .............. Alfred Slye
Diane Farrell ................. Sally
Jack Perkins .................. Piano Mover (Henchman)

2.17 [51] Batman:
HIZZONNER THE PENGUIN
2.18 [52] Batman:
DIZZONNER THE PENGUIN
2Nov66,3Nov66
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Randolph
Special Guest Villain
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin

Cameoes in 51 by Little Egypt (belly dancer)
and Paul Revere & the Raiders

Joey Tata ..................... G.O.O.N. #1
Tony Epper .................... G.O.O.N. #2
Newell Oestreich .............. G.O.O.N. #3
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
George Furth .................. Gallus
Woodrow Parfrey ............... Rooper
Murray Roman .................. Trendek
Cindy Malone .................. Lulu
Judy Parker ................... Penguin Girl #1
Linda Meyers .................. Penguin Girl #2
Joe Besser .................... Collector
Pat Tidy ...................... Little Old Lady
Don Wilson .................... Walter Klondike
Dennis James .................. Chet Chumley
Allen Ludden .................. David Dooley
Peg Shirley ................... Mother
Fuzzy Knight .................. Blind News Dealer
James O'Hara .................. Cop
John Indrisano ................ Prisoner
Jack Bailey ................... Moderator
Benny Rubin ................... Man

2.19 [53] Batman:
GREEN ICE
2.20 [54] Batman:
DEEP FREEZE
9Nov66,10Nov66
Written by Max Hodge
Directed by George Waggner
Special Guest Villain
Otto Preminger as Mr. Freeze (2)

Dee Hartford .................. Miss Iceland
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
Nicky Blair ................... Shivers
Kem Dibbs ..................... Chill
Charles O'Donnell ............. TV Newsman
James O'Hara .................. Police Sergeant
Robert Wiensko ................ Iceman
Mike Durkin ................... Little Boy
Marie Windsor ................. Nellie Majors
Joan Twelve ................... Bathing Beauty

2.21 [55] Batman:
THE IMPRACTICAL JOKER
2.22 [56] Batman:
THE JOKER'S PROVOKERS
16Nov66,17Nov66
Written by Jay Thompson and Charles Hoffman
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villain
Cesar Romero as The Joker
Batclimb cameo - Howard Duff (who would later appear as a villain)
Kathy Kersh, Burt Ward's second wife as the Joker's moll, Cornelia

Louis Quinn ................... Latch
Larry Anthony ................. Bolt
Christopher Cary .............. Angus Ferguson
Alan Napier ................... Egbert
Valerie Szabo ................. Little Girl
Larry Burrell ................. Commentator #1
Clyde Howdy ................... Commentator #2
"The Impractical Joker"
The Perniculous Prankster plans to unhinge Batman by stealing the Jeweled Key of Kaincardine. [JB]
"The Joker's Provokers"
The Joker threatens Gotham with a device that can stop, reverse, or speed up time.

2.23 [57] Batman: MARSHA, QUEEN OF DIAMONDS
2.24 [58] Batman:
MARSHA'S SCHEME OF DIAMONDS
23Nov66, 24Nov66
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villain
Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds

Woody Strode .................. Grand Mogul
Estelle Winwood ............... Aunt Hilda
Hugh Douglas .................. Announcer
James O'Hara .................. Sergeant O'Leary
Joyce Nizarri ................. Girl
Charles Stewart ............... Clergyman
Ben Gage ...................... Clerk
Harry Stanton ................. Victim #1
William McLennon .............. Victim #2
Murray Pollack ................ Victim #3
Rick DiSante .................. Victim #4

2.25 [59] Batman:
COME BACK, SHAME
2.26 [60] Batman:
IT'S HOW YOU PLAY THE GAME
30Nov66,1Dec66
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Oscar Randolph
Special Guest Villain
Cliff Robertson as Shame (a western parody of Shane)

Batclimb cameo - Werner Klemperer as Colonel Klink in #60
Joan Staley ................... Okie Annie
Timothy Scott ................. Messy James
John Mitchum .................. Rip Snorting
Milton Frome .................. Laughing Leo
Jack Carter ................... Hot Rod Harry
Eric Shea ..................... Andy
Kathryn Minner ................ Little Old Lady
James McHale .................. Guard

2.27 [61] Batman:
THE PENGUIN'S NEST
2.28 [62] Batman:
THE BIRD'S LAST JEST
7Dec66,8Dec66
Written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
Directed by Murray Golden
Special Guest Villain
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin

Batclimb cameo - Ted Cassidy as Lurch in 62
Grace Gaynor .................. Chickadee
Lane Bradford ................. Cordy Blue
Vito Scotti ................... Maty Dee
James O'Hara .................. Officer Hoffman
David Lewis ................... Warden Crichton
Voltaire Perkins .............. Judge Moot
Marvin Brody .................. Bailiff
Violet Carlson ................ Lady
Stanley Ralph Ross ............ Ballpoint Baxter
"The Penguin's Nest"
The Penguin returns to Gotham City prepared to execute a dastardly check-forging scheme. [JB]
"The Bird's Last Jest"
Alfred, the staid butler of Wayne Manor, joins the Penguin's flock---disguised as the world's foremost forger. [JB]

2.29 [63] Batman:
THE CAT'S MEOW
2.30 [64] Batman:
THE BAT'S KOW TOW
14Dec66,15Dec66
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villain
Julie Newmar as Catwoman (1)

Cameo - Steve Allen as TV host Allen Stevens in 64
Batclimb in reverse cameo - Don Ho in 64
Cameo - Chad Stewart and Jeremy Clyde (two pop singers)

Sharyn Wynters ................ Eenie
Tom Castronova ................ Meanie
Chuck Henderson ............... Miney
Ric Roman ..................... Moe
Joe Flynn ..................... Benton Belgoody
Jay Sebring ................... Mr. Oceanbring
Peter Leeds ................... Harry Upps
Maurice Dallimore ............. Sir Sterling Habits
Anthony Eustrel ............... British Butler
Calvin Brown .................. Newsman
James O'Hara .................. Policeman
Judy Strangis ................. 1st Girl
Cindy Ferrare ................. 2nd Girl

2.31 [65] Batman:
THE PUZZLES ARE COMING
2.32 [66] Batman:
THE DUO IS SLUMMING
21Dec66,22Dec66
Written by Fred De Gorter
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Special Guest Villain
Maurice Evans as The Puzzler

Batclimb cameo - Andy Devine as Santa in 66
Barbara Stuart ................ Rocket O'Rourke
Paul Smith .................... Artemus Knab
Robert Miller Driscoll ........ Blimpy
Alan Emerson .................. Glider
Jay Della ..................... Ramjet

2.33 [67] Batman:
THE SANDMAN COMETH
2.34 [68] Batman:
THE CATWOMAN GOETH
28Dec66,29Dec66
Teleplay by Ellis St.Joseph and Charles Hoffman; Story by Ellis St. Joseph
Directed by George WaGGner
Special Guest Villains
Michael Rennie as The Sandman
Julie Newmar as Catwoman (1)

Cameo - stripper Gypsy Rose Lee as a newscaster
Spring Byington ............... J. Pauline Spaghetti
Jeanie Moore .................. Catarina (Policewoman Mooney)
Richard Peel .................. Snooze
Tony Ballen ................... Nap
Lindsay Workman ............... Tuthill
Ray Montgomery ................ Officer Dan Dietrich
James Brolin .................. Officer Reggie Hogan
Valerie Kairys ................ Kitty
Pat Becker .................... Catti
Barbara Kelly ................. woman
William Dyer .................. Policeman

2.35 [69] Batman:
THE CONTAMINATED COWL
2.36 [70] Batman:
THE MAD HATTER RUNS AFOUL
4Jan67,5Jan67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
David Wayne as The Mad Hatter (Jervis Tetch)

Jean Hale ..................... Polly
Lennie Bremen ................. Benny
Victor Ames ................... Skimmer
Leonid Kinskey ................ Professor Overbeck
Barbara Morrison .............. Hattie Hatfield
Jesslyn Fax ................... Bonbon
Paul Bryar .................... Jennings
Heather Young ................. American Operator
Gil Stuart .................... British Operator
Margaret Teele ................ Russian Operator
Richard Collier ............... Otto Puffendorfer
Ivy Bethune ................... Maudie
Charles Picerni ............... Stooge #1
Roger Creed ................... Stooge #2

2.37 [71] Batman:
THE ZODIAC CRIMES
2.38 [72] Batman:
THE JOKER'S HARD TIMES
2.39 [73] Batman:
THE PENGUIN DECLINES
11Jan67,12Jan67,18Jan67
Story by Stephen Kandel;  Teleplay by Stephen Kandel and Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Cesar Romero as The Joker
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
Terry Moore as Venus
Hal Baylor .................... Mercury
Joe Di Reda ................... Mars
Eddie Saenz ................... Saturn
Dick Crockett ................. Neptune
Charles Picerni ............... Uranus
Charles Fredricks ............. Leo Crustash
Howard Wendell ................ Basil Bowman
Louis Cordova ................. Salesman
Vincent Barbi ................. Truck Driver
Jonathan Kidd ................. 1st Zoologist
Milton Stark .................. 2nd Zoologist
Rob Reiner .................... Delivery Boy

2.40 [74] Batman:
THAT DARN CATWOMAN
2.41 [75] Batman:
SCAT! DARN CATWOMAN
19Jan67,25Jan67
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Julie Newmar as Catwoman (1)
Lesley Gore as Pussycat

Jock Gaynor ................... Spade
Tony Epper .................... Marlowe
George Sawaya ................. Templar
J. Pat O'Malley ............... Pat Pending
Steve Franken ................. Rudy (Valet)
David Lenard .................. Prince Ibn Kereb
Rolla Altman .................. Girl Teller
Allen Jenkins ................. Little Al

2.42 [76] Batman:
PENGUIN IS A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND
2.43 [77] Batman:
PENGUIN SETS A TRENT
2.44 [78] Batman:
PENGUIN'S DISASTROUS END
26Jan67,1Feb67,2Feb67
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villains
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds

Estelle Winwood ............... Aunt Hilda
Bob Hastings .................. Major Beasley
Alan Reed, Jr. ................ General MacGruder
Kimbery Alen .................. Miss Patterson
Frank Baron ................... Henchman #1
Milton Stark .................. Mr. Tambor
Ted Fish ...................... Truck Driver
Frank Conte ................... Henchman #2
Don Hannum .................... 1st Guard
Andy Romano ................... 2nd Guard
Brad Logan .................... Workman

2.45 [79] Batman:
BATMAN'S ANNIVERSARY
2.46 [80] Batman:
A RIDDLING CONTROVERSY
8Feb67,9Feb67
Written by William P. D'Angelo
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villain
John Astin as The Riddler (2) (replacing Frank Gorshin
who was unwilling to continue the role)

Deanna Lund ................... Anna Gram
Jim Lefebvre .................. Across
Ken Scott ..................... Down
Martin Kosleck ................ Professor Avery Evans Charm
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
Eddie Quillan ................. Newsie
Bud Furillo ................... Reporter
Tom Kelly ..................... TV Announcer

2.47 [81] Batman:
THE JOKER'S LAST LAUGH
2.48 [82] Batman:
THE JOKER'S EPITAPH
15Feb67,16Feb67
Teleplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr;. Story by Peter Rabe
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Cesar Romero as The Joker

Phyllis Douglas ............... Josie Miller
Lawrence Montaigne ............ Mr. Glee
Clint Ritchie ................. Boff
Ed Deemer ..................... Yock
J. Edward McKinley ............ Mr. Flamm
Hollie Haze ................... Miranda Fleece
Oscar Beregi .................. Dr. Floyd

2.49 [83] Batman:
CATWOMAN GOES TO COLLEGE
2.50 [84] Batman:
BATMAN DISPLAYS HIS KNOWLEDGE
22Feb67,23Feb67
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Robert Sparr
Special Guest Villain
Julie Nemmar as Catwoman (1)

Batclimb cameo - Art Linkletter in #83
Jacques Bergerac .............. Freddy (Touche) the Fence
Paul Mantee ................... Cornell
Sheldon Allman ................ Penn
Paul Picerni .................. Brown
Whitney Blake ................. Amber Forever
David Lewis ................... Warden Crichton
Jan Burrell ................... Alma Mater

2.51 [85] Batman:
A PIECE OF THE ACTION
2.52 [86] Batman:
BATMAN'S SATISFACTION
1Mar67,2Mar67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Batman teams up with 'The Green Hornet'
Special Guest Villain
Roger Carmel as Colonel Gumm

special guest
Van Williams as The Green Hornet
('The Green Hornet' was another comic strip hero made by the
same company TCF/William Dozier 1966 26 half hour episodes)
Batclimb cameo - Edward G Robinson in 86
Bruce Lee ..................... Kato
Diane McBain .................. Pinky Pinkston
Seymour Cassel
Rico Cattani .................. Reprint
Alex Rocco .................... Block
Harry Frazier ................. Mr. Staple
James O'Hara .................. Police Sergeant Semple
Angelique Pettyjohn ........... 1st Model (Angelique)
Jan Watson .................... 2nd Model (Shirley)
Dusty Cadis ................... Waiter

2.53 [87] Batman:
KING TUT'S COUP
2.54 [88] Batman:
BATMAN'S WATERLOO
8Mar67,9Mar67
 Teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross; Story by Leo and Pauline Townsend
Directed by James B. Clark
Special Guest Villain
Victor Buono as King Tut

also starring
Lee Meriwether as Lisa Carson dressed as Cleopatra
Grace Lee Whitney ............. Neila
Tim O'Kelly ................... Royal Jester
Lloyd Haynes .................. Lord Chancellor
Tol Avery ..................... Deputy Mayor Zorty
James O'Hara .................. Irish Cop
Joseph Abdullah ............... Guard
Nelson Olmstead ............... John E. Carson
Walter Reed ................... Officer
Tommy Noonan .................. Jolly Jackson
Richard Bakalyan .............. Fouad Sphinx
Terri Messina ................. Penny
Barry Dennen .................. Valet
Susie Knickerbocker ........... Cameo (window)

2.55 [89] Batman:
BLACK WIDOW STRIKES AGAIN
2.56 [90] Batman:
CAUGHT IN THE SPIDER'S DEN
15Mar67,16Mar67
Written by Robert Mintz
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Miss Tallulah Bankhead as The Black Widow

cameo - George Raft in #89
Don "Red" Barry ............... Tarantula
Michael Lane .................. Daddy Longlegs
Al Ferrara .................... Trap Door
Pitt Herbert .................. Irving Leghorn
Grady Sutton .................. Irving Cash
Meg Wyllie .................... Grandma
George Chandler ............... Grandpa
Walker Edmiston ............... Teller
Milton Stark .................. Irving Bracken
Don Briggs .................... Irving Irving
Richard Krisher ............... Motorcycle Cop (Officer Goldberg)

2.57 [91] Batman:
POP GOES THE JOKER
2.58 [92] Batman:
FLOP GOES THE JOKER
22Mar67,23Mar67
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by George WaGGner
Special Guest Villain
Cesar Romero as The Joker

also starring
Diana Ivarson as Baby Jane Towser, art contest organiser
Jerry Catron .................. 1st Henchman
Jack Perkins .................. 2nd Henchman
Reginald Gardiner ............. Bernie Parks
Fritz Feld .................... Oliver Muzzy
Jody Gilbert .................. Mrs. Putney
Owen McGiveney ................ Charles
Gail Ommerle .................. 1st Browser
Milton Stark .................. 2nd Browser
Jan Arvan ..................... Judge

2.59 [93] Batman:
ICE SPY
2.60 [94] Batman:
THE DUO DEFY
29Mar67,30Mar67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Eli Wallach as Mr. Freeze (3)
also starring
Leslie Parrish as Glacia Glaze (Emma Strunk), ice skating star
Batclimb cameo - Carpet King
Elisha Cook, Jr. .............. Professor Issac Issacson
H.M. Wynant ................... Frosty
John Archer ................... Captain Carlisle
Schuyler (Skye) Aubrey ........ Carol (Woman Skater)
Anthony Aiello ................ Officer #1
Alfred Daniels ................ Officer #2
Ron Riley ..................... Usher
Eddie Ness .................... Coast Guard Officer

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