Did you see these villains on Batman or The Monkees?

Only a joker doesn't know their Batman villains ... right?

In the 1960s, while Batman was fighting crime, the Monkees just kept stumbling upon it. 

On The Monkees, we watched the band deal with all sorts of bad guys as they schemed to get to their gigs on time. 

Think you know your Batman villains well enough to separate the Monkees' baddies from Batman's foes? Good luck!
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Did you see these villains on Batman or The Monkees?

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Larry 19 months ago
You got 9 out of 12
Looks like you needed a better scheme to pass this quiz.
Runeshaper 19 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
You sailed right through that Sixties bad guy quiz and escaped unscathed!
TomTerrrific 24 months ago
11/12, I must have missed the Clock King episode of Batman.
EllisClevenger 25 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You sailed right through that Sixties bad guy quiz and escaped unscathed!
Geronimo 25 months ago
I sailed right through that because I'm an avid Batman fan................12/12
WilliamLAllen 25 months ago
#11 has Lon Chaney Jr. as a villain!
Geronimo WilliamLAllen 25 months ago
Correct Boy Wonder!
Amalthea WilliamLAllen 19 months ago
"You guys ain't goin' no place!"
Kenson 25 months ago
12/12. A layup. Could name all the Batman villains. Monkee villains, not so much.
Amalthea Kenson 19 months ago
I'm the other way around: 12/12, but knew that if it wasn't on the Monkees, it had to be Batman (although most of them I DID know).
stephaniestavropoulos 25 months ago
Been meaning to post this: GET TV is airing THE JOHNNY CASH SHOW episode featuring THE MONKEES on 3-24-19.
NoahBody 25 months ago
10/12 that was harder then i thought it would be.
UTZAAKE 25 months ago
10/12. Foiled by 4 and 9.
11. A Len Lesser (Uncle Leo) sighting for all you Seinfeldheads! For the uninitiated, he's the one on the left.
Barry22 UTZAAKE 25 months ago
…..and Lon Chaney Jr. on the right.
cperrynaples Barry22 25 months ago
Yep, it's Uncle Leo!
JeffTanner 25 months ago
You got 12 out of 12-----------You sailed right through that Sixties bad guy quiz and escaped unscathed!
BrittReid 25 months ago
12/12 Way Easy. #11 Monkees in a Ghost Town with The Wolf Man.
Way wrong. the episode I think you are thinking of w/the Wolfman is MONSTROUS MONKEE MASH. MONKEES IN A GHOST TOWN had Rose Marie, Lon Chaney jr. Monkees in jail, Monkees singing a couple of #'s with Rose Marie's character. {etc.} MMM contains the classic line that Micky {I think} says to the Wolfman about not being able to get into Disneyland unless he gets a haircut!
Stephanie, I'm sure the mixup happened because Lon Chaney Jr. was the original Wolfman!
Lon Chaney Jr. was not the original Wolfman. The original Wolfman was portrayed in 1935 {made by Universal} by Henry Hull in Werewolf Of London. This came out 6 years before the one with LC {1941.} Werewolf Of London was not as successful as The Wolfman.
You are WRONG. Lon Chaney Jr. WAS The Wolf Man
Henry Hull's character was NEVER referred to as The Wolf Man.
cperrynaples 25 months ago
12/12! Burgess Meredith's Penguin did both and so did Julie Newmar but not as Catwoman on Monkees!
You left out one. Well, obviously since it has nothing to do with this quiz, you wouldn't have thought of it. But because of your response, that is how I did. Liberace did double duty on both Batman and The Monkees. In fact, I think BM was in the audience when Liberace {as he was playing himself} was smashing up his piano. This could've been a separate quiz question: name the Batman baddies, who also appeared on The Monkees {or vice versa.} But seeing as I think there were only three, the question has already been answered.
Correction. BM was not on the same episode as Liberace. Liberace was on the episode "Art For Monkees Sake," Burgess Meredith was on the episode "Monkees Blow Their Minds."
Right about Liberace, but again different characters [2 on Batman, 1 on Monkees]!
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