List of Batman (TV series) episodes

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The following is an episode list for the 1960s Batman television series. It also provides the main cast members, production notes and a list of notable guest stars.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
134January 12, 1966 (1966-01-12)May 5, 1966 (1966-05-05)
260September 7, 1966 (1966-09-07)March 30, 1967 (1967-03-30)
326September 14, 1967 (1967-09-14)March 14, 1968 (1968-03-14)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1966)[edit]

Season 1 aired two episodes per week, on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and followed a single storyline per week.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateSpecial Guest Villain(s)
1
2
1
2
"Hi Diddle Riddle
Smack in the Middle"
Robert ButlerLorenzo Semple Jr.January 12, 1966 (1966-01-12)
January 13, 1966 (1966-01-13)
The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
While the Riddler maneuvers Batman into being sued, the Dynamic Duo investigate the supervillain's concurrent scheme.
3
4
3
4
"Fine Feathered Finks
The Penguin's a Jinx"
Robert ButlerLorenzo Semple Jr.January 19, 1966 (1966-01-19)
January 20, 1966 (1966-01-20)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
The Penguin plots to manipulate Batman into inadvertently devising capers for him.
5
6
5
6
"The Joker Is Wild
Batman Is Riled"
Don WeisRobert DozierJanuary 26, 1966 (1966-01-26)
January 27, 1966 (1966-01-27)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
The Joker decides to fight fire with fire against Batman with a utility belt of his own.
7
8
7
8
"Instant Freeze
Rats Like Cheese"
Robert ButlerMax HodgeFebruary 2, 1966 (1966-02-02)
February 3, 1966 (1966-02-03)
Mr. Freeze
(George Sanders)
Dr. Shivel aka Mr. Freeze has returned and is seeking revenge on Batman, who accidentally spilled a freeze solution on him, being forced to live in a -50 climate. He is committing crimes involving diamonds, or "ice," in different forms.
9
10
9
10
"Zelda the Great
A Death Worse Than Fate"
Norman FosterLorenzo Semple Jr.February 9, 1966 (1966-02-09)
February 10, 1966 (1966-02-10)
Zelda The Great
(Anne Baxter)
The Dynamic Duo arranges a trap for an elusive annual bank robber, but the female magician they are hunting is on to them with a new scheme of her own.
11
12
11
12
"A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away
When the Rat's Away, the Mice Will Play"
Tom GriesFred De GorterFebruary 16, 1966 (1966-02-16)
February 17, 1966 (1966-02-17)
The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
When a visiting King is accosted by the Riddler, the Dynamic Duo pursues his subsequent complex trail of riddles to try to stop him.
13
14
13
14
"The Thirteenth Hat
Batman Stands Pat"
Norman FosterCharles HoffmanFebruary 23, 1966 (1966-02-23)
February 24, 1966 (1966-02-24)
The Mad Hatter
(David Wayne)
Jervis Tetsch, aka the Mad Hatter, is abducting all the jurors who convicted him of a previous crime wave. He is also taking their hats. His final target is none other than Batman, who provided the key testimony in the Mad Hatter's trial
15
16
15
16
"The Joker Goes to School
He Meets His Match, the Grisly Ghoul"
Murray GoldenLorenzo Semple Jr.March 2, 1966 (1966-03-02)
March 3, 1966 (1966-03-03)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
The Joker strikes at the high school level when his rigged vending machines gives out stocks, bonds, and silver dollars. It's all part of his sinister scheme to blackmail the school basketball team.
17
18
17
18
"True or False-Face
Holy Rat Race"
William A. GrahamStephen KandelMarch 9, 1966 (1966-03-09)
March 10, 1966 (1966-03-10)
False Face
(Malachi Throne, billed only as "?" until the end of part 2)
False Face is on the loose in Gotham City and launches a barrage of tricky true-or-false crimes including replacing a bank's real money with counterfeits.
19
20
19
20
"The Purr-fect Crime
Better Luck Next Time"
James SheldonStanley Ralph Ross
& Lee Orgel
March 16, 1966 (1966-03-16)
March 17, 1966 (1966-03-17)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
Catwoman steals some priceless art but the importance of the crimes go beyond the taking of the objects involved.
21
22
21
22
"The Penguin Goes Straight
Not Yet, He Ain't"
Leslie H. MartinsonLorenzo Semple Jr.
& John Cardwell
March 23, 1966 (1966-03-23)
March 24, 1966 (1966-03-24)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
The Penguin goes straight, thwarting crimes across Gotham City and offering his services as a security expert. Batman doesn't believe it and sets out to prove the Penguin guilty of a crime, but The Dynamic Duo ended up framed for jewel theft.
23
24
23
24
"The Ring of Wax
Give 'Em the Axe"
James B. ClarkJack Paritz
& Bob Rodgers
March 30, 1966 (1966-03-30)
March 31, 1966 (1966-03-31)
The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
The Riddler's latest scheme involves stealing a wax figure to melt down for its wax that is powerfully corrosive when exposed to direct flame. He wants to open a vault of rare books to find the key to an ancient treasure.
25
26
25
26
"The Joker Trumps an Ace
Batman Sets the Pace"
Richard C. SarafianFrancis M. Cockrell
& Marian B. Cockrell
April 6, 1966 (1966-04-06)
April 7, 1966 (1966-04-07)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
A wave of senseless robberies by the Joker prove to be part of a plot against a visiting maharajah.
27
28
27
28
"The Curse of Tut
The Pharaoh's in a Rut"
Charles R. RondeauRobert C. Dennis
& Earl Barret
April 13, 1966 (1966-04-13)
April 14, 1966 (1966-04-14)
King Tut
(Victor Buono)
A new villain called King Tut, a former academic who thinks he is really King Tut, prepares to claim Gotham City as his new Thebes.
29
30
29
30
"The Bookworm Turns
While Gotham City Burns"
Larry PeerceHendrik VollaertsApril 20, 1966 (1966-04-20)
April 21, 1966 (1966-04-21)
The Bookworm
(Roddy McDowall)
When Commission Gordon's death is faked by the Bookworm, the Dynamic Duo must track down the literate criminal to find out what he is up to. Cameo by Jerry Lewis as himself during wall climb by Batman & Robin
31
32
31
32
"Death in Slow Motion
The Riddler's False Notion"
Charles R. RondeauRichard CarrApril 27, 1966 (1966-04-27)
April 28, 1966 (1966-04-28)
The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
The Riddler is back, and is pursuing a silent movie theme with his latest scheme. As the Dynamic Duo pursue the Riddler, they discover the true purpose behind his cinematic theme and his ultimate target. Silent film star Francis X. Bushman appears as Mr. Van Jones
33
34
33
34
"Fine Finny Fiends
Batman Makes the Scenes"
Tom GriesSheldon StarkMay 4, 1966 (1966-05-04)
May 5, 1966 (1966-05-05)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
The Penguin has returned and has a dastardly plan involving Alfred, whom the Penguin captures and brainwashes to be his unwitting pawn for his plan against a wealthy social event.

The Movie (1966)[edit]

A couple of months after Season 1 finished airing, a cinematic feature film of Batman premiered in cinemas on July 30, 1966, featuring four of the most prominent villains, and new Bat Gadgets that were enabled by the bigger budget of the film. Julie Newmar, who had played The Catwoman in Season 1, was unavailable to act in the film due to a back injury, and was replaced in the role by Lee Meriwether.

TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateSpecial Guest Villain(s)
Batman: The MovieLeslie H. MartinsonLorenzo Semple Jr.July 30, 1966 (1966-07-30)The Joker (Cesar Romero)
The Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
The Riddler (Frank Gorshin)
Catwoman (Lee Meriwether)

Season 2 (1966–67)[edit]

Season 2 aired two episodes per week, on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The two episodes in a given week were a single storyline in 26 of the 30 weeks that made up Season 2. The four weeks that were the exception to this were during weeks 19-22 of the season, with three storylines that each crossed over into the following week; a three-parter, followed by a two-parter, followed by another three-parter.

Despite being the most prominent villain during Season 1, Frank Gorshin was completely absent as The Riddler during Season 2, as Gorshin was holding out for a salary increase for continuing on in the role, which the studio refused to comply with. As a result, a storyline in Season 2 that was originally intended for the Riddler was instead given to a character called The Puzzler, while another storyline later on in Season 2 saw John Astin replace Gorshin in the role of the Riddler.

After her absence in the 1966 film, Julie Newmar returned to the role of The Catwoman in Season 2, becoming the most prominent villain during the season. And although Barbara Gordon / Batgirl would not be depicted until Season 3, Barbara is discussed in the late Season 2 episodes "Batman's Waterloo" and "The Duo Defy", foreshadowing her debut months later.

Mr. Freeze was portrayed by George Sanders in Season 1, but Sanders was unavailable to reprise the role. As a result, Otto Preminger was cast to portray Mr. Freeze in Season 2, where Mr. Freeze was going to appear in 4 episodes. Due to tensions and difficulties on set in Preminger's two-part storyline, Eli Wallach replaced Preminger in the role of Mr. Freeze for the final two-part storyline of Season 2.

Episode 39 sees the first use of the "Batdrone", used to fly over Gotham City looking for an unauthorized TV broadcast location, long before unarmed drones became common in the Gulf War.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateSpecial Guest Villain(s)
35
36
1
2
"Shoot a Crooked Arrow
Walk the Straight and Narrow"
Sherman MarksStanley Ralph RossSeptember 7, 1966 (1966-09-07)
September 8, 1966 (1966-09-08)
The Archer
(Art Carney)
37
38
3
4
"Hot Off the Griddle
The Cat and the Fiddle"
Don WeisStanley Ralph RossSeptember 14, 1966 (1966-09-14)
September 15, 1966 (1966-09-15)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
39
40
5
6
"The Minstrel's Shakedown
Barbecued Batman?"
Murray GoldenFrancis M. Cockrell
& Marian B. Cockrell
September 21, 1966 (1966-09-21)
September 22, 1966 (1966-09-22)
The Minstrel
(Van Johnson)
41
42
7
8
"The Spell of Tut
Tut's Case is Shut"
Larry PeerceRobert C. Dennis
& Earl Barret
September 28, 1966 (1966-09-28)
September 29, 1966 (1966-09-29)
King Tut
(Victor Buono)
43
44
9
10
"The Greatest Mother of Them All
Ma Parker"
Oscar RudolphHenry SlesarOctober 5, 1966 (1966-10-05)
October 6, 1966 (1966-10-06)
Ma Parker
(Shelley Winters)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
(cameo in part 2)
45
46
11
12
"The Clock King's Crazy Crimes
The Clock King Gets Crowned"
James NeilsonBill Finger &
Charles Sinclair
October 12, 1966 (1966-10-12)
October 13, 1966 (1966-10-13)
The Clock King
(Walter Slezak)
47
48
13
14
"An Egg Grows in Gotham
The Yegg Foes in Gotham"
George WaggnerStory by : Edwin Self
Teleplay by : Stanley Ralph Ross
October 19, 1966 (1966-10-19)
October 20, 1966 (1966-10-20)
Egghead
(Vincent Price)
49
50
15
16
"The Devil's Fingers
The Dead Ringers"
Larry PeerceLorenzo Semple Jr.October 26, 1966 (1966-10-26)
October 27, 1966 (1966-10-27)
Chandell/Harry
(Liberace)
51
52
17
18
"Hizzonner the Penguin
Dizzoner the Penguin"
Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanNovember 2, 1966 (1966-11-02)
November 3, 1966 (1966-11-03)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
53
54
19
20
"Green Ice
Deep Freeze"
George WaggnerMax HodgeNovember 9, 1966 (1966-11-09)
November 10, 1966 (1966-11-10)
Mr. Freeze
(Otto Preminger)
55
56
21
22
"The Impractical Joker
The Joker's Provokers"
James B. ClarkJay Thompson &
Charles Hoffman
November 16, 1966 (1966-11-16)
November 17, 1966 (1966-11-17)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
57
58
23
24
"Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds"
James B. ClarkStanford ShermanNovember 23, 1966 (1966-11-23)
November 24, 1966 (1966-11-24)
Marsha,
Queen of Diamonds
(Carolyn Jones)
59
60
25
26
"Come Back, Shame
It's How You Play the Game"
Oscar RudolphStanley Ralph RossNovember 30, 1966 (1966-11-30)
December 1, 1966 (1966-12-01)
Shame
(Cliff Robertson)
61
62
27
28
"The Penguin's Nest
The Bird's Last Jest"
Murray GoldenLorenzo Semple Jr.December 7, 1966 (1966-12-07)
December 8, 1966 (1966-12-08)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
63
64
29
30
"The Cat's Meow
The Bat's Kow Tow"
James B. ClarkStanley Ralph RossDecember 14, 1966 (1966-12-14)
December 15, 1966 (1966-12-15)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
65
66
31
32
"The Puzzles Are Coming
The Duo is Slumming"
Jeffrey HaydenFred De GorterDecember 21, 1966 (1966-12-21)
December 22, 1966 (1966-12-22)
The Puzzler
(Maurice Evans)
67
68
33
34
"The Sandman Cometh
The Catwoman Goeth"
George WaggnerStory by : Ellis St. Joseph
Teleplay by : Ellis St. Joseph & Charles Hoffman
December 28, 1966 (1966-12-28)
December 29, 1966 (1966-12-29)
The Sandman
(Michael Rennie)
& Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
69
70
35
36
"The Contaminated Cowl
The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul"
Oscar RudolphCharles HoffmanJanuary 4, 1967 (1967-01-04)
January 5, 1967 (1967-01-05)
The Mad Hatter
(David Wayne)
71
72
73
37
38
39
"The Zodiac Crimes
The Joker's Hard Times
The Penguin Declines"
Oscar RudolphStory by : Stephen Kandel
Teleplay by : Stephen Kandel & Stanford Sherman
January 11, 1967 (1967-01-11)
January 12, 1967 (1967-01-12)
January 18, 1967 (1967-01-18)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
& The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
(parts 1 and 3 only)
74
75
40
41
"That Darn Catwoman
Scat! Darn Catwoman"
Oscar RudolphStanley Ralph RossJanuary 19, 1967 (1967-01-19)
January 25, 1967 (1967-01-25)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
& Pussycat
(Lesley Gore; not billed as Special Guest Villainess)
76
77
78
42
43
44
"Penguin Is a Girl's Best Friend
Penguin Sets a Trend
Penguin's Disastrous End"
James B. ClarkStanford ShermanJanuary 26, 1967 (1967-01-26)
February 1, 1967 (1967-02-01)
February 2, 1967 (1967-02-02)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
& Marsha,
Queen of Diamonds
(Carolyn Jones)
79
80
45
46
"Batman's Anniversary
A Riddling Controversy"
James B. ClarkWilliam P. D'AngeloFebruary 8, 1967 (1967-02-08)
February 9, 1967 (1967-02-09)
The Riddler
(John Astin)
81
82
47
48
"The Joker's Last Laugh
The Joker's Epitaph"
Oscar RudolphStory by : Peter Rabe
Teleplay by : Lorenzo Semple Jr.
February 15, 1967 (1967-02-15)
February 16, 1967 (1967-02-16)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
83
84
49
50
"Catwoman Goes to College
Batman Displays His Knowledge"
Robert SparrStanley Ralph RossFebruary 22, 1967 (1967-02-22)
February 23, 1967 (1967-02-23)
Catwoman
(Julie Newmar)
85
86
51
52
"A Piece of the Action
Batman's Satisfaction[nb 1]"
Oscar RudolphCharles HoffmanMarch 1, 1967 (1967-03-01)
March 2, 1967 (1967-03-02)
Colonel Gumm
(Roger C. Carmel; not billed as Special Guest Villain)
87
88
53
54
"King Tut's Coup
Batman's Waterloo"
James B. ClarkStory by : Leo Townsend & Pauline Townsend
Teleplay by : Stanley Ralph Ross
March 8, 1967 (1967-03-08)
March 9, 1967 (1967-03-09)
King Tut
(Victor Buono)
89
90
55
56
"Black Widow Strikes Again
Caught in the Spider's Den"
Oscar RudolphRobert MintzMarch 15, 1967 (1967-03-15)
March 16, 1967 (1967-03-16)
The Black Widow
(Tallulah Bankhead)
91
92
57
58
"Pop Goes the Joker
Flop Goes the Joker"
George WaggnerStanford ShermanMarch 22, 1967 (1967-03-22)
March 23, 1967 (1967-03-23)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
93
94
59
60
"Ice Spy
The Duo Defy"
Oscar RudolphCharles HoffmanMarch 29, 1967 (1967-03-29)
March 30, 1967 (1967-03-30)
Mr. Freeze
(Eli Wallach)

Season 3 (1967–68)[edit]

In Season 3, the format of the storylines were somewhat at variance with previous seasons. Season 3 aired just one episode per week, on Thursdays, and true multi-part stories were the exception rather than the norm. At the conclusion of each story, the guest villains of the next story would usually make an uncredited appearance in the final scene. For example, Egghead is seen riding into town, literally, at the end of "Louie the Lilac". A notable "spin" on this idea were the "linked" episodes "Ring Around the Riddler" and "The Wail of the Siren". In "Ring Around the Riddler", the Siren has an "introductory" scene assisting the Riddler in his criminal caper and briefly mentioning having her own plans for Commissioner Gordon. Batman subsequently defeats the Riddler, and the Siren returns in the tag to start her own caper, which is the basis of "The Wail of the Siren", really a separate story altogether.

Major cast changes during Season 3 included Yvonne Craig joining as Batgirl, Frank Gorshin returning as The Riddler as a one-episode storyline meant that Gorshin's salary demands could now be met, and Eartha Kitt replacing Julie Newmar as The Catwoman, as Newmar was working on the film Mackenna's Gold. Curiously, a body double (Marilyn Watson) in the penultimate episode "The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra" returned the Catwoman to being Caucasian. Meanwhile, ill-health reduced Madge Blake's role as Aunt Harriet Cooper to just a couple of cameo appearances during Season 3.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateSpecial Guest Villain(s)
951"Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin"Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanSeptember 14, 1967 (1967-09-14)The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
962"Ring Around the Riddler"Sam StrangisCharles HoffmanSeptember 21, 1967 (1967-09-21)The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
The Siren
(Joan Collins; not billed as Special Guest Villainess)
973"The Wail of the Siren"George WaggnerStanley Ralph RossSeptember 28, 1967 (1967-09-28)The Siren
(Joan Collins)
98
99
4
5
"The Sport of Penguins
A Horse of Another Color"
Sam StrangisCharles HoffmanOctober 5, 1967 (1967-10-05)
October 12, 1967 (1967-10-012)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
Lola Lasagne
(Ethel Merman)
1006"The Unkindest Tut of All"Sam StrangisStanley Ralph RossOctober 19, 1967 (1967-10-19)King Tut
(Victor Buono)
1017"Louie the Lilac"George WaggnerDwight TaylorOctober 26, 1967 (1967-10-26)Louie the Lilac
(Milton Berle)
102
103
8
9
"The Ogg and I
How to Hatch a Dinosaur"
Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanNovember 2, 1967 (1967-11-02)
November 9, 1967 (1967-11-09)
Egghead
(Vincent Price)
Olga, Queen of the Cossacks
(Anne Baxter)
10410"Surf's Up! Joker's Under!"Oscar RudolphCharles HoffmanNovember 16, 1967 (1967-11-16)The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
105
106
107
11
12
13
"The Londinium Larcenies
The Foggiest Notion
The Bloody Tower"
Oscar RudolphStory by : Elkan Allan
Teleplay by : Elkan Allan and Charles Hoffman
November 23, 1967 (1967-11-23)
November 30, 1967 (1967-11-30)
December 7, 1967 (1967-12-07)
Lord Marmaduke Ffogg
(Rudy Vallée)
Lady Penelope Peasoup
(Glynis Johns)
10814"Catwoman's Dressed to Kill"Sam StrangisStanley Ralph RossDecember 14, 1967 (1967-12-14)Catwoman
(Eartha Kitt)
10915"The Ogg Couple"Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanDecember 21, 1967 (1967-12-21)Egghead
(Vincent Price)
Olga, Queen of the Cossacks
(Anne Baxter)
110
111
16
17
"The Funny Feline Felonies
The Joke's on Catwoman"
Oscar RudolphStanley Ralph RossDecember 28, 1967 (1967-12-28)
January 4, 1968 (1968-01-04)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
Catwoman
(Eartha Kitt)
11218"Louie's Lethal Lilac Time"Sam StrangisCharles HoffmanJanuary 11, 1968 (1968-01-11)Louie the Lilac
(Milton Berle)
11319"Nora Clavicle and the
Ladies' Crime Club"
Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanJanuary 18, 1968 (1968-01-18)Nora Clavicle
(Barbara Rush)
11420"Penguin's Clean Sweep"Oscar RudolphStanford ShermanJanuary 25, 1968 (1968-01-25)The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
115
116
21
22
"The Great Escape
The Great Train Robbery"
Oscar RudolphStanley Ralph RossFebruary 1, 1968 (1968-02-01)
February 8, 1968 (1968-02-08)
Shame
(Cliff Robertson)
Calamity Jan
(Dina Merrill)
11723"I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle"Sam StrangisStanley Ralph RossFebruary 22, 1968 (1968-02-22)King Tut
(Victor Buono)
11824"The Joker's Flying Saucer"Sam StrangisCharles HoffmanFebruary 29, 1968 (1968-02-29)The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
11925"The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra"Sam StrangisStanley Ralph RossMarch 7, 1968 (1968-03-07)Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft
(Ida Lupino)
Cabala
(Howard Duff)
With cameos by Catwoman
(Marilyn Watson)
Egghead
(Vincent Price)
King Tut
(Victor Buono)
The Joker
(Cesar Romero)
The Penguin
(Burgess Meredith)
and The Riddler
(Frank Gorshin)
12026"Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires"Oscar RudolphCharles HoffmanMarch 14, 1968 (1968-03-14)Minerva
(Zsa Zsa Gabor)

Main Cast[edit]

Production credits[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

  • Executive Producer/Narrator: William Dozier
  • A Greenway Production in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television
  • Associate Producer: Devon Allen
  • Assistant to the Executive Producers: Charles B. Fitzsimons
  • Script Consultant: Lorenzo Semple Jr.
  • Music: Nelson Riddle, Warren Barker
  • Music Supervision: Lionel Newman
  • Batman Theme: Neal Hefti
  • Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
  • Unit Production Manager: Sam Strangis
  • Assistant Directors: David Whorf, Bill Derwin, Robert G. Stone
  • Directors of Photography: Meredith M. Nicholson (ASC), Howard Schwartz (ASC)
  • Art Directors: Jack Martin Smith, Serge Krizman, Russell Menzer
  • Film Editors: Bill Murphy, Frank O' Neill (ACE), Ron Fagan, Hugh Chaloupka (ACE), Homer Powell, Newell Kimlin (ACE)
  • Post-Production Supervisor: James Blakely (ACE)
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Robert Mintz
  • Set Decorators: Walter M. Scott, Chester Bayhi, Joseph Reith, Bert F. Allen
  • Supervising Music Editor: Leonard A. Engel
  • Music Editor: Sam Horta
  • Supervising Sound Effects Editor: Ralph B. Hickey
  • Sound Effects Editor: Harold Wooley
  • Men's Wardrobe Furnished by Andrew Pallack
  • Make-up Supervision: Ben Nye
  • Hair Styling Supervision: Margaret Donovan
  • Based Upon the Characters Created by Bob Kane Appearing in Batman and Detective Comics Magazines Published by National Periodical Publications, Inc.
  • Color by DeLuxe
  • William Self In Charge of Production for Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.

Season 3[edit]

  • Executive Producer/Narrator: William Dozier
  • A Greenway Production in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television
  • Associate Producer: William P. D'Angelo
  • Script Consultant: Lorenzo Semple Jr.
  • Script Editor: Charles Hoffman
  • Assistant to the Executive Producers: Charles B. Fitzsimons
  • Music: Billy May
  • Music Supervision: Lionel Newman
  • Batman Theme: Neal Hefti
  • Batgirl Theme: Music by Billy May, Lyrics by Willy Mack
  • Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
  • Unit Production Manager: Sam Strangis
  • Assistant Directors: Maxwell O. Henry, Steven Bernhardt, Mark Sandrich, David Whorf
  • Directors of Photography: Howard Schwartz (ASC), Charles Straumer (ASC)
  • Art Directors: Jack Martin Smith, Serge Krizman, Frank T. Smith
  • Film Editors: James Blakely (ACE), Robert Phillips, Homer Powell, Hugh Chaloupka (ACE)
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Robert Mintz
  • Supervising Music Editor: Leonard A. Engel
  • Music Editor: Sam Horta
  • Sound Effects Editor: Richard LeGrand, Dan Finnerty
  • Men's Wardrobe Furnished by Andrew Pallack
  • Set Decorators: Walter M. Scott, Chester Bayhi, Robert deVestel
  • Special Photographic Effects by L. B. Abbott (ASC)
  • Based Upon the Characters Created by Bob Kane Appearing in Batman and Detective Comics Magazines Published by National Periodical Publications, Inc.
  • Color by DeLuxe
  • William Self In Charge of Production for Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.

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  1. ^ The billed special guest star of this story is not Roger C. Carmel (Colonel Gumm) as "Special Guest Villain", but rather Van Williams (The Green Hornet) as "Visiting Hero" and Bruce Lee (Kato) as "Assistant Visiting Hero", in a crossover from their own series. The Green Hornet and Kato are suspected by the Dynamic Duo and Gotham police as being criminals, rather than crime fighters.

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