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Defending Gotham City against a myriad of super villains, Adam West and Burt Ward star as Batman and Robin in this classic, campy 1960's incarnation of the caped crusader's crime-fighting exploits. Serving as Commissioner Gordon's (Neil Hamilton) go-to guys against nefarious foes such as The Joker (Cesar Romero), The Penguin (Burgess Meredith) and Catwoman (Julie Newmar), Batman and Robin dispatch the bad guys and their hoards of henchman with a POW! BAM! ZONK!

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Episode Guide

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Ep 1: Hi Diddle Riddle

The Riddler stages a scene in order to sue Batman for false arrest. Now the Caped Crusader must uncover the plot before he's forced to reveal his true identity in court. Aired: 1/12/1966

Ep 2: Smack in the Middle

As Batman tries to solve the Ridder's plot, he unwitting leads one of the Riddler's henchwomen, disguised as Robin, into the Batcave. Aired: 1/13/1966

Ep 3: Fine Feathered Finks

After plotting his next caper from prison, the Penguin disguises himself as an umbrella shop owner. Aired: 1/19/1966

Ep 4: The Penguin's a Jinx

Batman and Robin accompany a bored actress, fearful the Penguin will kidnap her, something he only plans to do after eavesdropping on the Dynamic Duo. Aired: 1/20/1966

Ep 5: The Joker Is Wild

After the Joker escapes from prison, Batman and Robin search for him, certain he'll attack. However, Batman's secret identity is in jeopardy when the Joker finally surfaces. Aired: 1/26/1966

Ep 6: Batman Is Riled

The Joker switches utility belts with Batman as they track him down in his lair. Aired: 1/27/1966

Ep 7: Instant Freeze

Mr. Freeze seeks revenge against Batman, blaming him for his condition and inability to live without a special freezing suit. Aired: 2/2/1966

Ep 8: Rats Like Cheese

After Batman and Robin survive a freeze trap, Mr. Freeze agrees to release Gotham's star baseball pitcher in return for Batman. Aired: 2/3/1966

Ep 9: Zelda The Great

On April Fool's Day, Zelda the Great, world-famous magician, robs one of Gotham City's banks of exactly $100,000, which she uses to pay the mastermind behind her magic acts. Batman uses a ruse to draw her out. Aired: 2/9/1966

Ep 10: A Death Worse Than Fate

Zelda the Great sets a trap for Batman and Robin using a deadly magic trick. Aired: 2/10/1966

Ep 11: A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away

The Riddler kidnaps King Boris, who is in town to present a gift to Gotham. Knowing they're the king's only hope, Batman and Robin set a trap using a fake jeweled crown. Aired: 2/16/1966

Ep 12: When the Rat's Away, the Mice Will Play

The Riddler blackmails Commissioner Gordon: unless he's paid $1 million dollars, he'll destroy The Queen of Freedom Monument along with King Boris. Aired: 2/17/1966

Ep 13: The Thirteenth Hat

The Mad Hatter sets out to take revenge against Batman and the jurors who convicted him. After kidnapping the jury and their hats, he sets his eyes on Batman's cowl. Aired: 2/23/1966

Ep 14: Batman Stands Pat

Batman survives the Mad Hatter's plaster trap and uses a bowler tracking device to bring the madman to justice. Aired: 2/24/1966

Ep 15: The Joker Goes to School

When the Joker attempts to recruit high school dropouts for his gang, it's up to Batman and Dick Grayson to teach the students to make better choices. Aired: 3/2/1966

Ep 16: He Meets His Match, the Grisly Ghoul

Batman and Robin track a female student who joined Joker's gang, but Joker poisons her perfume to cover his tracks. Aired: 3/3/1966

Ep 17: True or False Face

False-Face steals the Mergenberg Crown by masquerading as the Queen's escort, replacing it with a fake crown and a clue for the Dynamic Duo. Aired: 3/9/1966

Ep 18: Holy Rat Race

After escaping False-Face's train trap, Batman and Robin discover that he intends to rob a bank and replace the money with phony bills. Aired: 3/10/1966

Ep 19: The Purr-Fect Crime

After Catwoman steals one of two priceless golden cat statuettes, Batman and Robin race to protect the other. However, Catwoman captures Boy Wonder and sics a tiger on Batman. Aired: 3/16/1966

Ep 20: Better Luck Next Time

Robin is left balancing above a tiger pit while Catwoman searches for a hidden treasure using stolen cat statuettes. Aired: 3/17/1966

Ep 21: The Penguin Goes Straight

After recent heroic feats, the Penguin announces his Penguin Protection Agency, intended to protect the wealth of Gotham City's society crowd. Aired: 3/23/1966

Ep 22: Not Yet, He Ain't

Batman and Robin turn the tables on the Penguin by faking their own deaths in order to foil his evil plot. Aired: 3/24/1966

Ep 23: The Ring of Wax

The Riddler smuggles a substance that can eat through anything inside a wax statue of Batman intended for display at Madame Soleil's Wax Museum. Aired: 3/30/1966

Ep 24: Give 'em the Axe

An explosion renders Batman and Robin unconscious and believed dead by the Riddler. When the Dynamic Duo comes to, it's up to Robin to sneak into the museum and stop the plot to raid an ancient sarcophagus. Aired: 3/31/1966

Ep 25: The Joker Trumps an Ace

The Joker returns to commit what appear to be senseless crimes, until he captures the Maharajah of Nimpah. Later, Batman and Robin are trapped inside a chimney with deadly gas. Aired: 4/6/1966

Ep 26: Batman Sets the Pace

The Joker holds the Maharajah of Nimpah ransom while Batman and Robin search for him as their alter egos, Bruce and Dick. Later, Commissioner Gordon confronts Bruce about running for mayor in California. Aired: 4/7/1966

Ep 27: The Curse of Tut

A new villain, King Tut, prepares to claim Gotham City as his new Thebes. Aired: 4/13/1966

Ep 28: The Pharoah's In A Rut

Batman sets a trap for King Tut, but is captured along with Tut's faithless Queen Nefertiti. Aired: 4/14/1966

Ep 29: The Bookworm Turns

The Bookworm, a notorious master of stolen book plots, stages a phony assassination attempt on Commissioner Gordon in order to place a bomb in the Batmobile. Aired: 4/20/1966

Ep 30: While Gotham City Burns

After Batman saves Robin from a giant clock, the Dynamic Duo confronts the Bookworm and his monster books. Aired: 4/21/1966

Ep 31: Death in Slow Motion

The Riddler and his cronies interrupt a silent film festival dressed as Charlie Chaplin and The Keystone Cops. Batman and Robin trace Riddler to Mother Gotham's Bakery, where he plans to film his robbery in the style of an old film comedy. Aired: 4/27/1966

Ep 32: The Riddler's False Notion

The Riddle continues his film debut, this time planning to capture the demise of Robin. When Batman comes to the rescue, the Riddler, disguised as a silent film villain, attacks. Aired: 4/28/1966

Ep 33: Fine Finny Fiends

The Penguin kidnaps Alfred Pennyworth and brainwashes him to help rob the Multimillionaires' Annual Award Dinner. Later, Batman and Robin are puzzled by Alfred's behavior. Aired: 5/4/1966

Ep 34: Batman Makes the Scene

Believing the Dynamic Duo has been finished off, the pudgy purveyor of perfidy and his finks quickly dash to establish their "alibis." Meanwhile, Batman has been able to reach the emergency tank of Batoxygen in his utility belt. Aired: 5/5/1966

Ep 35: Shoot a Crooked Arrow

The Archer, a medieval crook modeled after Robin Hood, steals from Bruce Wayne to give to the poor Gothamites. When Batman and Robin try to stop him, appreciative Gotham citizens get in their way. Aired: 9/7/1966

Ep 36: Walk the Straight and Narrow

The Archer interferes with the Wayne Foundation's plan to help poor Gothamites. Alfred, disguised as Batman, Robin and Bruce discover the real money has been switched with the Archer's fake cash. Aired: 9/8/1966

Ep 37: Hot Off the Griddle

After Catwoman opens a school for cat-burglars, the Dynamic Duo uses a fake story to draw her out, only to realize the story's writer was in league with her. Aired: 9/14/1966

Ep 38: The Cat and the Fiddle

Catwoman attempts to steal priceless violins, but an undercover Robin interferes. Aired: 9/15/1966

Ep 39: The Minstrel's Shakedown

The Minstrel, a medieval lute-playing electronics genius, holds the computerized stock quotations ransom until each exchange member pays him. Batman and Robin try to save the stock market before it crashes. Aired: 9/21/1966

Ep 40: Barbecued Batman?

The Minstrel continues his plan, using a hidden bug to trick Batman and Robin. Aired: 9/22/1966

Ep 41: The Spell of Tut

When King Tut's minions steal a string of amber beads, Batman and Robin discover a plan to make an ancient potion that controls human will. Aired: 9/28/1966

Ep 42: Tut's Case is Shut

Batman and Robin discover a King Tut mole in police headquarters. What's more, Chief O'Hara consumes Tut's ancient potion. Aired: 9/29/1966

Ep 43: The Greatest Mother of Them All

Gangstress Ma Parker and her fiendish brood rob the audience at the Gotham's Ladies Auxiliary's Mother of the Year Awards Ceremony. Aired: 10/5/1966

Ep 44: Ma Parker

Ma Parker turns the prison into a criminal headquarters, recruiting the convicts Batman and Robin send to jail. Aired: 10/6/1966

Ep 45: The Clock King's Crazy Crimes

The Clock King robs Gotham elite at the Harry Hummert Jewelry Shop, and later traps Batman and Robin inside a giant hourglass. Aired: 10/12/1966

Ep 46: The Clock King Gets Crowned

The Clock King's caper winds up at the Wayne Manor when Dick Grayson's aunt buys a tampered clock for Bruce Wayne. Aired: 10/13/1966

Ep 47: An Egg Grows in Gotham

In an attempt to take over Gotham City, Egghead negotiates with a Mohican chief, who owns and leases the city's land to Gotham's government. Aired: 10/19/1966

Ep 48: The Yegg Foes in Gotham

Egghead, now in possession of Gotham City, fires all city officials, banishes the Dynamic Duo and declares open season for the criminal underworld. Aired: 10/20/1966

Ep 49: The Devil's Fingers

World-famous concert pianist Chandell plans to dispose of Bruce Wayne and Richard Grayson and then marry Aunt Harriet Cooper, soon-to-be heir to the Wayne fortune. Aired: 10/26/1966

Ep 50: The Dead Ringers

The Dynamic Duo form a trap for Fingers by faking their own death and waiting until his henchmen strike back. Aired: 10/27/1966

Ep 51: Hizzoner the Penguin

After several heroic feats, the Penguin campaigns to be the Mayor of Gotham City. Batman realizes the only way to stop him is to run for mayor himself. Aired: 11/2/1966

Ep 52: Dizonner the Penguin

When a televised debate between Batman and the Penguin is interrupted by a jewel heist, the Dynamic Duo and the Penguin race to claim victory over the crooks. Aired: 11/3/1966

Ep 53: Green Ice

Mr. Freeze returns for revenge against Batman and Robin, turning a Miss Galaxy Beauty Pageant contestant into his frozen bride and turning Gotham against the Dynamic Duo by implicating them in a bribe. Aired: 11/9/1966

Ep 54: Deep Freeze

Mr Freeze continues to taint the Dynamic Duo's reputation and threatens to turn Gotham City to ice. Aired: 11/10/1966

Ep 55: The Impractical Joker

The Joker steals the Jeweled Key Of Kaincardine with the aid of his new invention, a mysterious little spark-spewing box that renders the Dynamic Duo helpless. Aired: 11/16/1966

Ep 56: The Joker's Provokers

Batman saves Robin from a wax machine and confronts the Joker and his new time machine. Aired: 11/17/1966

Ep 57: Marsha, Queen of Diamonds

Marsha, Queen of Diamonds, turns Chief O'Hara and Commissioner Gordon into her love slaves and lures Batman and Robin into a trap. Aired: 11/23/1966

Ep 58: Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds

Alfred arrives just in time to stop a wedding between a drugged Batman and Marsha, Queen of Diamonds. Aired: 11/24/1966

Ep 59: Come Back, Shame

Cowboy Shame plans to build a super-powered truck, which will outrace anything, even the Batmobile. Aired: 11/30/1966

Ep 60: It's the Way You Play the Game

After escaping Shame's deadly trap, the Dynamic Duo searches for Shame at Laughing Leo's used car lot. Aired: 12/1/1966

Ep 61: The Penguin's Nest

The Penguin opens an exclusive restaurant, the Penguin's Nest, and creates a catalog of Gotham's richest signatures to use in a forging scheme. Aired: 12/7/1966

Ep 62: The Bird's Last Jest

The Penguin attempts to botch his self-defense at his trial so he'll be sent to prison, where he hopes to complete his forgery scheme. Aired: 12/8/1966

Ep 63: The Cat's Meow

Using her Voice-Eraser, Catwoman plans to steal the voices of British rock singers staying at the Wayne Manor. Aired: 12/14/1966

Ep 64: The Bat's Kow Tow

Catwoman, having used her Voice-Eraser, holds British rock singers' voices for ransom. Aired: 12/15/1966

Ep 65: The Puzzles Are Coming

The Dynamic Duo learns Puzzler and his gang plan to strip Knab and his guests of all their jewels at the christening of the Retsoor, the multibillionaire's supersonic plane. Aired: 12/21/1966

Ep 66: The Duo Is Slumming

Robin deactivates the Puzzler's hot-air balloon while Batman goes after the criminal. Aired: 12/22/1966

Ep 67: The Sandman Cometh

Catwoman teams with the Sandman to lure a rich insomniac. Aired: 12/28/1966

Ep 68: The Catwoman Goeth

Batman races to save Robin, stop the Sandman from marrying a millionaire and find his missing Batmobile. Meanwhile, the Sandman plans to double-cross Catwoman. Aired: 12/29/1966

Ep 69: The Contaminated Cowl

The Mad Hatter goes on a crime spree, stealing hats of Gotham's citizens. Batman and Robin work to predict the scene of his next crime. Aired: 1/4/1967

Ep 70: The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul

The Mad Hatter is given carte blanche when Gotham believes Batman and Robin are dead. Aired: 1/5/1967

Ep 71: The Zodiac Crimes

After the Joker steals a rare map, Batman and Robin deduce that he is plotting to commit 12 crimes based loosely on astrological signs of the zodiac. Aired: 1/11/1967

Ep 72: The Joker's Hard Times

The Dynamic Duo arrive at police headquarters in time to chase down the Joker, who continues his zodiac crimes. Aired: 1/12/1967

Ep 73: The Penguin Declines

Continuing his zodiac crime spree, the Joker turns the entire Gotham City water supply into Joker Jelly and then demands $10 million to change it back! Meanwhile, the Penguin, claiming he has reformed, convinces a woman to remove his criminal record from Batman's Batcomputer. Aired: 1/18/1967

Ep 74: That Darn Catwoman

Robin is drugged and turned into Catwoman's pawn, helping her steal money from Wayne Manor. As the police draw near, she threatens to kill the Boy Wonder, leaving Batman to act on his own. Aired: 1/19/1967

Ep 75: Scat! Darn Catwoman

With no other options, Batman joins Catwoman's gang. Pretending to be under her spell, Batman sets a trap for her and saves Robin in the meantime. Aired: 1/25/1967

Ep 76: Penguin Is a Girl's Best Friend

After spoiling the filming of the Penguin's new movie, Batman and Robin are forced to appear in the film. Then when Batman tries to spoil a nude milk bath scene with Marsha, the Queen of Diamonds, the Penguin arranges a steamy love scene between them. Aired: 1/26/1967

Ep 77: Penguin Sets a Trend

The Dynamic Duo confront the Penguin, who uses movie props to inhibit them. Aired: 2/1/1967

Ep 78: Penguin's Disastrous End

Batman and Robin go after Marsha, Aunt Hilda and the Penguin as they tamper with a gold vault. Aired: 2/2/1967

Ep 79: Batman's Anniversary

During a surprise anniversary party for the Dynamic Duo and the Gotham Police, the Riddler uses a ruse to steal a golden calf filled with charity money. Aired: 2/8/1967

Ep 80: A Riddling Controversy

The Riddler captures an exiled South American dictator and leaves another puzzle for the Dynamic Duo. Aired: 2/9/1967

Ep 81: The Joker's Last Laugh

The Joker switches real money for counterfeit in the Gotham City Bank. As Batman and Robin investigate, they unwittingly reveal the location of the Batcave to Joker's henchwoman. Aired: 2/15/1967

Ep 82: The Joker's Epitaph

Alfred, dressed as Batman, comes to Robin's rescue. Meanwhile, the Joker steals a signed document making him the Bank Vice President and forces Bruce Wayne to marry his henchwoman. Aired: 2/16/1967

Ep 83: Catwoman Goes to College

Catwoman has a new parole officer: Bruce Wayne. Meanwhile, she plots to create a Batsuit of her own. Aired: 2/22/1967

Ep 84: Batman Displays His Knowledge

Catwoman and her men have managed to steal the rare Batagonian Cat's Eye Opals but are unable to sell them, as the jeweler thinks they are jinxed. Aired: 2/23/1967

Ep 85: A Piece of the Action

The Green Hornet and Kato are confronted by an evil foreman running a counterfeit rare-stamp operation. The Dynamic Duo get involved, too. Aired: 3/1/1967

Ep 86: Batman's Satisfaction

Batman and Robin come to the aid of the Green Hornet and Kato, who try to pick up the trail of the escaped stamp counterfeiters. Aired: 3/2/1967

Ep 87: King Tut's Coup

King Tut reappears and kidnaps the daughter of a wealthy tycoon, who will appear as Cleopatra (and as Bruce Wayne's date) at an Egyptian-themed costume ball. Batman and Robin learn of Tut's return. Aired: 3/8/1967

Ep 88: Batman's Waterloo

King Tut holds a wealthy tycoon's daughter hostage and uses Batman to deliver the money. Aired: 3/9/1967

Ep 89: Black Widow Strikes Again

The Black Widow successfully robs several banks using a brain short-circuiter. Batman and Robin deduce she's robbing in alphabetical order. Aired: 3/15/1967

Ep 90: Caught in the Spider's Den

The Black Widow short circuits Batman's batbrain and controls him with her remote! Robin, fortunately, is not susceptible to the device's effects, but he quickly finds himself tied up. Aired: 3/16/1967

Ep 91: Pop Goes the Joker

The Joker and a local artist team up after an act of spray paint vandalism. Batman and Robin await the Joker's next criminal move. Aired: 3/22/1967

Ep 92: Flop Goes the Joker

The Joker continues his artistic acts conning a woman into giving him access to antique valuables. Meanwhile, Batman saves Robin from grinding gears. Aired: 3/23/1967

Ep 93: Ice Spy

Mr. Freeze plans to freeze Gotham using a scientist's instant ice formula. Bruce Wayne investigates an ice-skating star who he believes is helping. Aired: 3/29/1967

Ep 94: The Duo Defy

Mr. Freeze obtains the instant ice formula and builds an Ice-Ray to freeze the entire country! To prove his word, he ices down various parts of Gotham. Aired: 3/30/1967

Ep 95: Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin

Batman and Robin declaw the Catwoman then join Chief O'Hara, Commissioner Gordon and his daughter, Barbara, for the opera as their alter egos. Unfortunately, Barbara is kidnapped by the Penguin, who will force her to marry him! Aired: 9/14/1967

Ep 96: Ring Around the Riddler

The Riddler attempts to control prize fighting by brainwashing the current champ into throwing the next fight. Aired: 9/21/1967

Ep 97: The Wail of the Siren

Using her hypnotic voice, the Siren sends Commissioner Gordon on a mission to find the location of the Batcave and Batman's secret identity. Aired: 9/28/1967

Ep 98: The Sport of Penguins

The Penguin steals a supposedly priceless parasol and leaves an exploding umbrella for the Dynamic Duo. Meanwhile, he teams with Lola Lasagne, fashion icon, to steal the real parasol. Aired: 10/5/1967

Ep 99: A Horse of Another Color

In need of money for his parasol plan, the Penguin steals from the parasol collection at the library. Librarian Barbara Gordon alerts Batman, who uses Alfred as a ruse to trap the Penguin. Aired: 10/12/1967

Ep 100: The Unkindest Tut of All

After being hit on the head, Nabob of the Nile returns as King Tut, under the guise as a public crime predictor and secret crime perpetrator. When he discovers the Batcave is under Wayne Manor, he threatens to unveil Batman's secret identity. Aired: 10/19/1967

Ep 101: Louie, the Lilac

The dastardly Louie The Lilac plans to control the minds of Gotham City's "flower children," and he kidnaps their leader, an old schoolmate of Barbara Gordon's. Aired: 10/26/1967

Ep 102: The Ogg and I

Egghead and Olga hold Commissioner Gordon hostage, forcing Gotham to pay a tax on eggs. Aired: 11/2/1967

Ep 103: How to Hatch a Dinosaur

Egghead, along with Queen Olga and the Cossacks, plans to hatch a monstrous Neosaurus from its egg. Aired: 11/9/1967

Ep 104: Surf's Up! Joker's Under!

The Joker kidnaps a surfing champion in hopes of transferring his ability into his own body. Aired: 11/16/1967

Ep 105: The Londinium Larcenies

Ireland Yard recruits Batman and Robin to stop Lord Marmaduke Ffogg and his sister, Lady Penelope. Meanwhile, Barbara Gordon is eager to accompany them. Aired: 11/23/1967

Ep 106: The Foggiest Notion

Batgirl infiltrates a finishing school for female crooks while Batman and Robin search for Lord Marmaduke and Lady Penelope at a pub. Aired: 11/30/1967

Ep 107: The Bloody Tower

The Dynamic Duo, accompanied by Alfred, race to save Batgirl from Lord Marmaduke and Lady Penelope, but deadly bees stand in their way. Aired: 12/7/1967

Ep 108: Catwoman's Dressed to Kill

When Catwoman terrorizes the fashion world, Batman and Robin rely on Batgirl's help to stop her, only to find she's been captured herself. Aired: 12/14/1967

Ep 109: The Ogg Couple

Olga, Queen of the Bessarovian Cossacks, teams with Egghead again to raid the Gotham City Museum and steal the Sword of Bulbul and the Egg of Ogg. Aired: 12/21/1967

Ep 110: The Funny Feline Felonies

The Joker and Catwoman team up to blast the Federal Depository open with ancient gunpowder. Batman and Robin chase after them, while Batgirl discovers their secret map. Aired: 12/28/1967

Ep 111: The Joke's on Catwoman

Catwoman and the Joker set a trap for Batgirl before they search for ancient gunpowder. Aired: 1/4/1968

Ep 112: Louie's Lethal Lilac Time

When Louie the Lilac kidnaps Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, it's up to Batgirl and Alfred to save them. Aired: 1/11/1968

Ep 113: Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club

Under the guise of women’s' rights, Nora Clavicle, a secret crime queen, gets Batman and Robin fired and replaces them with inept female officers, who are no match for her female henchmen. Aired: 1/18/1968

Ep 114: Penguin's Clean Sweep

The Penguin contaminates Gotham's money with a sleeping sickness that renders its victims asleep for years. Batgirl aids the Dynamic Duo. Aired: 1/25/1968

Ep 115: The Great Escape

Cowboy Shame teams with fiancée Calamity Jan and her mom, Frontier Fanny, to steal a "rock and roll" from the Gotham City Stage. When Batgirl solves the riddle, she and the Dynamic Duo must stop them. Aired: 2/1/1968

Ep 116: The Great Train Robbery

Shame and his criminal posse negotiate a trade: Batgirl for Frontier Fanny. Meanwhile, Batman and Robin prepare for the final conflict. Aired: 2/8/1968

Ep 117: I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle

After King Tut discovers a deposit of precious metal under Wayne Manor, Batgirl, Batman and Robin prepare for Tut to blast in. Aired: 2/22/1968

Ep 118: The Joker's Flying Saucer

The Joker uses an alien distraction in order to build his own flying saucer. Before Batman and Robin can stop him, the Joker's bomb destroys the Batcave. Aired: 2/29/1968

Ep 119: The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra

When invisible occultists Cassandra and Cabala Spellcraft flatten Batman, Robin and Batgirl, it's up to Alfred to save the day. Aired: 3/7/1968

Ep 120: Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires

Minerva, a scheming spa owner, extracts the location of her wealthy customer's jewelry so she can rob them. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne falls captive to her trick. Aired: 3/14/1968