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Starring: Adam West (as Batman/Bruce Wayne) & Burt Ward (as Robin/Dick Grayson) 
Season 3 (ABC) (1967-68)
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 3 1967-68 ##############
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(final season) ###############
ABC Thursdays 7:30 PM Eastern
26 episodes - weekly

3.01 [095] Batman:
ENTER BATGIRL, EXIT PENGUIN
14Sept67
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Burgess Meredith as The Penquin

and introducing a new season 3 regular
Yvonne Graig as Batgirl (alter ego Barbara Gordon, Commissioner Gordon's daughter)
Elizabeth Harrower ............ Drusilla
Jonathan Troy ................. Reverend Hazlitt
Jon Walter .................... Henchman #1

3.02 [096] Batman:
RING AROUND THE RIDDLER
21Sept67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villains
Frank Gorshin as The Riddler (1)
(in a special return engagement)
Joan Collins as Siren (Lorelei Circle)
(bit part to foreshadow next week's episode)

Peggy Ann Garner .............. Betsey Boldface
Nicholas Georgiade ............ Kayo
Gil Perkins ................... Cauliflower
James Brolin .................. Kid Gulliver
Peggy Olson ................... Cashier

3.03 [097] Batman:
THE WAIL OF THE SIREN
28Sept67
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by George WaGGner
Special Guest Villain
Joan Collins as Siren/Lorelei Circle

Mike Mazurki .................. Allegro
Cliff Osmond .................. Andante

3.04 [098] Batman:
THE SPORT OF PENGUINS
5Oct67,
3.05 [099] Batman:
A HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR
12Oct67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villains
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
Ethel Merman as Lola Lasagne (Lulu Schultz)

Horace McMahon ................ Glu Gluten
Lewis Charles ................. Armband
Joe Brooks .................... Visor
Herbert Anderson .............. Racing Secretary
Constance Davis ............... Myrtle
Allen Emerson ................. Photographer
Gary Owens .................... Radio Announcer

3.06 [100] Batman:
THE UNKINDEST TUT OF ALL
19Oct67
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villain
Victor Buono as King Tut
also starring
comedienne Patti Gilbert as Shirley, Tut's moll
James Gammon .................. Osiris
Cathleen Cordell .............. Librarian
James Ramsey .................. TV Announcer

3.07 [101] Batman:
LOUIE, THE LILAC
26Oct67
Written by Dwight Taylor
Directed by George WaGGner
Special Guest Villain
Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac

Lisa Seagram .................. Lila
Richard Bakalyan .............. Arbutus
Karl Lukas .................... Acacia
Jimmy Boyd .................... Dogwood
Schuyler (Skye) Aubrey ........ Princess Primrose (Thelma Jones)

3.08 [102] Batman:
THE OGG AND I:  2Nov67 ABC Thur
3.09 [103] Batman:
HOW TO HATCH A DINOSAUR:  9Nov67 ABC Thur
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of the Bessarovian Cossacks
Vincent Price as Egghead

Alan Hale, Jr. ................ Gilligan
Alfred Dennis ................. Omar Orloff
Violet Carlson ................ Old Lady
Billy Corcoran ................ Boy Scout
James O'Hara .................. Policeman
James Lanphier ................ Indian Man
Pat Becker .................... Technician
Mary Benoit ................... Petula
Jon Lormer .................... Professor Dactyl
Donald Elson .................. Tender
"How to Hatch a Dinosaur"
Egghead schemes to become the czar of crime by hatching a dinosaur egg and feeding The Caped Crusaders to the reptile. [JB]

3.10 [104] Batman: SURF'S UP! JOKER'S UNDER!
16Nov67
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Cesar Romero as The Joker

Skip Ward ..................... Riptide
Sivi Aberg .................... Undine
Ron Burke ..................... Wipeout
Ronnie Knox ................... Skip Parker
John Mitchum .................. Hot Dog Harrigan
Joyce Lederer ................. Girl Surfer
Johnnie Green ................. Johnnie Green & His Green Men as themselves
Marilyn Campbell .............. Johnnie Green & His Green Men as themselves
Richard Person ................ Johnnie Green & His Green Men as themselves
Robert Van Holten ............. Johnnie Green & His Green Men as themselves
John Trombatore ............... Johnnie Green & His Green Men as themselves

3.11 [105] Batman:
THE LONDINIUM LARCENIES
3.12 [106] Batman:
THE FOGGIEST NOTION
3.13 [107] Batman:
THE BLOODY TOWER
23Nov67,30Nov67,7Dec67
Teleplay by Elkan Allen, Charles Hoffman;  Story by Elkan Allan
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Rudy Vallee as Lord Marmaduke Ffogg
Glynis Johns as Lady Penelope Peasoup

Lyn Peters .................... Lady Prudence
Maurice Dallimore ............. Superintendent Watson
Harvey Jason .................. Scudder
Monty Landis .................. Basil
Larry Anthony ................. Digby
Aleta Rotell .................. Daisy
Nannette Turner ............... Sheila (Duchess)
Stacy Maxwell ................. Rosamond
Lynley Laurence ............... Kit
Gil Stuart .................... The Bobby

3.14 [108] Batman:
CATWOMAN'S DRESSED TO KILL
14Dec67
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villain
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (2)

Dirk Evans .................... Angora
James Griffith ................ Manx
Rudi Gernreich ................ Rudi Gernreich as himself
Karen Huston .................. Queen Bess
Jeanie Moore .................. woman
Gerald Peters ................. Attendant

3.15 [109] Batman:
THE OGG COUPLE
21Dec67
Written by Stanford Sharman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Vincent Price as Egghead
Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of the Bessarovian Cossacks

Violet Carlson ................ Old Lady
Billy Corcoran ................ Boy Scout
Donald Elson .................. Bank Manager
Ed Long ....................... Museum Guard
Penelope Gillette ............. Passerby
Synopsis:
Vincent Price and Anne Baxter make return appearances as Egghead and Olga, who thunder into Gotham City with
their plundering Cossack legions. [JB]

3.16 [110] Batman: THE FUNNY FELINE FELONIES - 28Dec67
3.17 [111] Batman:
THE JOKE'S ON CATWOMAN - 4Jan68
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villains
Cesar Romero as The Joker
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (2)

Sandy Kevin ................... Giggler
Bobby Hall .................... Laugher
Pierre Salinger ............... Lucky Pierre
David Lewis ................... Warden Crichton
Rusty Lane .................... Judge
Gil Perkins ................... Foreman
Ronald Long ................... Karnaby Katz
Dick Kallman .................. Little Louie Groovy
Joe E. Ross ................... Louie Groovy's Agent
Louis Quinn ................... Mr. Keeper
Christine Nelson .............. Mrs. Keeper

3.18 [112] Batman:
LOUIE'S LETHAL LILAC TIME
11Jan68
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villain
Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac

Ronald Knight ................. Sassafras
John Dennis ................... Saffron
Nobu McCarthy ................. Lotus
Percy Helton .................. Gus (Janitor)

3.19 [113] Batman:
NORA CLAVICLE AND THE LADIES' CRIME CLUB
18Jan68
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Barbara Rush as Nora Clavicle, a women's right advocate

 June Wilkinson ................ Evelina
Inga Neilson .................. Angelina
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
Larry Gelman .................. Bank Manager
Jean Byron .................... Mrs. Millie Linseed
Judy Parker ................... Telephone Operator
Ginny Gan ..................... 1st Policewoman
Rhae Andrece .................. 2nd Policewoman
Alyce Andrece ................. 3rd Policewoman
Elizabeth Baur ................ 4th Policewoman

3.20 [114] Batman:
PENGUIN'S CLEAN SWEEP
25Jan68
Written by Stanford Sherman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin

Monique Van Vooren ............ Miss Clean
Charles Dierkop ............... Dustbag
Newell Oestreich .............. Pushbroom
John Beradino ................. Doctor
William Phillips .............. Mint Supervisor
Abel Fernandez ................ Thug #1
Angelo Posito ................. Thug #2
Richard Jury .................. Bank Teller
John Vivyan ................... Bank Director
David Galligan ................ Teenage Boy
Pam McMyler ................... Teenage Girl
Len Felber .................... Policeman

3.21 [115] Batman:
THE GREAT ESCAPE
3.22 [116] Batman:
THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
1Feb68,8Feb68
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Cliff Robertson as Shame (parody of cowboy Shane)

Dina Merrill (Cliff Robertson's wife) as Calamity Jan, Shame's moll
Barry Dennen as Fernando Ricardo Enrique Dominquez, or Fred,
(a Mexican character with a British accent)
Hermione Baddeley ............. Frontier Fanny
Barry Dennen .................. Fred
Victor Lundin ................. Chief Standing Pat
Brian Sullivan ................ Fortissimo Fra Diavolo
Dorothy Kirsten ............... Leonora Sotto Voce
Jerry Mathers ("The Beaver") ... Pops the Doorman (cameo)
Arnold Stang .................. Peter (Gun Shop Owner)

3.23 [117] Batman:
I'LL BE A MUMMY'S UNCLE
22Feb68
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villain
Victor Buono as King Tut

Joey Tata ..................... Suleiman the Great
Angela Dorian ................. Florence of Arabia
Henny Youngman ................ Manny the Mesopotamian (cameo)
Kathleen Freeman .............. Rosetta Stone
Tony Epper .................... Tutling
Jock Mahoney .................. H.L. Hunter

3.24 [118] Batman:
THE JOKER'S FLYING SAUCER
29Feb68
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villain
Cesar Romero as The Joker

Richard Bakalyan .............. Verdigris
Corinne Calvet ................ Emerald
Jeff Burton ................... Shamrock
Tony Gardner .................. Chartreuse
Byron Keith ................... Mayor Linseed
Fritz Feld .................... Professor Greenleaf
Ellen Corby ................... Mrs. Green
Synopsis:
Flying saucers in Gotham City? Little green men? It's all part of The Joker's hoax-a-minute plot to take over the town. [JB]

3.25 [119] Batman: THE ENTRANCING DR. CASSANDRA
7Mar68
Written by Stanley Ralph Ross
Directed by Sam Strangis
Special Guest Villains
Ida Lapino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft
Howard Duff as Cabala

David Lewis ................... Warden Crichton
Bill Zuckert .................. Prison Captain
G. David Schine ............... G. David Schine (Floorwalker) as himself

3.26 [120] Batman:
MINERVA, MAYHEM AND MILLIONAIRES (final episode)
14mar68
Written by Charles Hoffman
Directed by Oscar Rudolph
Special Guest Villain
Zsa Zsa Gabor
as Minerva

Jacques Bergerac .............. Freddy (Touche) the Fence
William Smith ................. Adonis
Al Ferrara .................... Atlas
Yvonne Arnett ................. Aphrodite
Boyd Santell .................. Security Guard
George Neise .................. Mr. Shubert
William Dozier ................ William Dozier (Cameo) as himself
Howie Horwitz ................. Howie Horwitz (Cameo) as himself

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