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Batman : The complete television series. Season 2

Author: William DozierHowie HorwitzStanley Ralph RossFrancis M CockrellMarian CockrellAll authors
Publisher: [Burbank, CA] : Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2014] [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Wealthy entrepreneur Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson lead a double life: they are actually the crime-fighting duo Batman and Robin. A secret Batpole in the Wayne mansion leads to the Batcave, where Police Commissioner Gordon summons the Dynamic Duo on the Batphone with the latest emergency threatening Gotham City. Racing to the scene of the crime in the jet-powered Batmobile, Batman and Robin must (with the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television series
Action and adventure television programs
Drama
Fiction television programs
Television comedies
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Comedy television programs
Adventure television programs
Named Person: Batman, (Fictitious character); Robin, the Boy Wonder (Fictitious character); Joker, (Fictitious character); Catwoman, (Fictitious character); Batman, (Fictitious character); Catwoman, (Fictitious character); Joker, (Fictitious character); Robin, the Boy Wonder (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Dozier; Howie Horwitz; Stanley Ralph Ross; Francis M Cockrell; Marian Cockrell; Robert C Dennis; Earl Barret; Henry Slesar; Bill Finger; Charles Sinclair; Edwin Self; Lorenzo Semple, Jr.; Stanford Sherman; Max Hodge; Jay Thompson; Charles Hoffman; Fred De Gorter; Ellis St Joseph; Stephen Kandel; William P D'Angelo; Peter Rabe; Leo Townsend; Pauline Townsend; Robert Mintz, (Producer); Sherman Marks; Don Weis; Murray Golden; Larry Peerce; Oscar Rudolph; James Neilson; George Waggner; James B Clark; Jeffrey Hayden; Robert T Sparr; Adam West; Burt Ward; Alan Napier; Neil Hamilton; Stafford Repp; Madge Blake; Art Carney; Julie Newmar; Van Johnson; Victor Buono; Shelley Winters; Walter Slezak; Vincent Price; Liberace; Burgess Meredith; Otto Preminger; Cesar Romero; Carolyn Jones; Cliff Robertson; Maurice Evans; Michael Rennie; David Wayne; John Astin; Tallulah Bankhead; Eli Wallach; Barbara Nichols; Robert Cornthwaite; Doodles Weaver; Archie Moore; Jack Kelly; Buck Kartalian; Charles Horvath; Marianna Hill; Sid Haig; Michael Pataki; Peter Mamakos; David Lewis; James Griffith; Michael Pate; Ivan Triesault; Herbert Anderson; Edward Everett Horton; Ben Welden; Steve Dunne; Albert Carrier; Byron Keith; Burt Mustin; James Millhollin; George Furth; Woodrow Parfrey; Murray Roman; Little Egypt; Paul Revere; Kem Dibbs; Nick Blair; James O'Hara; Marie Windsor; Louis Quinn; Woody Strode; Estelle Winwood; Tim Scott; John Mitchum; Eric Shea; Joan Staley; Milton Frome; Vito Scotti; Lane Bradford; Grace Gaynor; Peter Leeds; Chad Stuart; Jeremy Clyde; Maurice Dallimore; Barbara Stuart; Paul Smith; Richard Peel; Jeanie Moore; Spring Byington; Leonid Kinskey; Lennie Bremen; Paul Bryar; Jesslyn Fax; Barbara Morrison; Jean Hale; Joseph Di Reda; Hal Baylor; Terry Moore; Rob Reiner; Jock Gaynor; J Pat O'Malley; Lesley Gore; Alan Reed; Bob Hastings; Jim Lefebvre; Ken Scott; Eddie Quillan; Martin Kosleck; Clint Ritchie; Lawrence Montaigne; J Edward McKinley; Oscar Beregi; Paul Picerni; Paul Mantee; Sheldon Allman; Stanley Adams; Whitney Blake; Jacques Bergerac; Alex Rocco; Seymour Cassel; Roger C Carmel; Grace Lee Whitney; Lloyd Haynes; Tim O'Kelly; Richard Bakalyan; Tol Avery; Lee Meriwether; Nelson Olmsted; Tommy Noonan; Donald Barry; Mike Lane; George Chandler; Grady Sutton; Pitt Herbert; Diana Ivarson; Fritz Feld; Reginald Gardiner; Owen McGiveney; Jody Gilbert; H M Wynant; Elisha Cook, Jr.; John Archer; Leslie Parrish; Van Williams; Bruce Lee; Nelson Riddle; Neal Hefti; Meredith M Nicholson; Howard Schwartz; Jack Martin Smith; Serge Krizman; Russell C 1916-1999 Menzer; Homer Powell; Hugh Chaloupka; J Frank O'Neill; Ronald J Fagan; Newell Kimlin; Bill Murphy; Walter M Scott; Chester Bayhi; Bert F Allen; Raiders (Musical group),; Greenway Productions,; Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.,; DC Comics, Inc.,; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation,; Warner Bros. Entertainment,; Warner Home Video (Firm),
OCLC Number: 897516194
Language Note: English dialogue; Spanish, English or French subtitles; subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing; Portuguese dubbing and subtitles not reflected on container.
Notes: Title from container.
Based upon the characters created by Bob Kane appearing in Batman and DC magazines.
Episodes run approximately 25 min. each.
Credits: Music, Nelson Riddle ; Batman theme, Neil Hefti ; director of photography, Meredith M. Nicholson, Howard Schwartz ; art directors, Jack Martin Smith, Serge Krizman, Russell Menzer ; film editor, Homer Powell, Hugh Chaloupka, Frank O'Neill, Ron Fagan, Newell Kimlin, Bill Murphy ; set decorators, Walter M. Scott, Chester Bayhi, Bert F. Allen.
Cast: Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton, Stafford Repp, Madge Blake ; special guest villains: Art Carney, Julie Newmar, Van Johnson, Victor Buono, Shelley Winters, Walter Slezak, Vincent Price, Liberace, Burgess Meredith, Otto Preminger, Cesar Romero, Carolyn Jones, Cliff Robertson, Maurice Evans, Michael Rennie, David Wayne, John Astin, Tallulah Bankhead, Eli Wallach ; also starring: Barbara Nichols, Robert Cornthwaite, Doodles Weaver, Loren Ewing, Archie Moore, Vinton Hayworth, Jack Kelly, Buck Kartalian, George Barrows, Charles Horvath, George N. Neise, David Fresco, Leslie Perkins, Remo Pisani, Norman Grabowski, Army Archerd, John Galaudet, Marianna Hill, Sid Haig, Michael Pataki, Boyd Santell, Peter Mamakos, Tisha Sterling, David Lewis, Michael Vandever, Peter Brooks, Robert Biheller, James Griffith, Eileen O'Neill, Michael Pate, Ivan Triesault, Jerry Doggett, Herbert Anderson, Louise Lorimer, Edward Everett Horton, Gail Hire, Gene Dynarski, Ben Welden, Steve Dunne, Albert Carrier, Byron Keith, Burt Mustin, Marilyn Hanold, Edy Williams, Sivi Aberg, James Millhollin, George Furth, Woodrow Parfrey, Murray Roman, Cindy Malone, Little Egypt, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Dennis James, Dee Hartford, Kem Dibbs, Nicky Blair, James O'Hara, Marie Windsor, Kathy Kersh, Louis Quinn, Larry Anthony, Christopher Cary, Woody Strode, Estelle Winwood, Timothy Scott, John Mitchum, Eric Shea, Roy Gleason, Joan Staley, Milton Frome, Vito Scotti, Lane Bradford, Grace Gaynor, Voltaire Perkins, Sharyn Wynters, Tom Castronova, Chuck Henderson, Ric Roman, Peter Leeds, Chad Stuart, Jeremy Clyde, Maurice Dallimore, Barbara Stuart, Paul Smith, Allen Emerson, Jay Della, Robert Miller Driscoll, Richard Peel, Tony Ballen, Valeri Kairys, Pat Becker, Jeanie Moore, Spring Byington, Leonid Kinskey, Lennie Bremen, Victor Ames, Richard Collier, Paul Bryar, Jesslyn Fax, Barbara Morrison, Jean Hale, Joe DiReda, Hal Baylor, Charles Fredericks, Terry Moore, Rob Reiner, Jock Gaynor, Tony Epper, George Sawaya, David Renard, J. Pat O'Malley, Lesley Gore, Alan Reed, Bob Hastings, Deanna Lund, Jim Lefebvre, Ken Scott, Eddie Quillan, Martin Kosleck, Phyllis Douglas, Clint Ritchie, Ed Deemer, Lawrence Montaigne, Hollie Haze, J. Edward McKinley, Oscar Beregi, Paul Picerni, Paul Mantee, Sheldon Allman, Stanley Adams, Whitney Blake, Jacques Bergerac, Rico Cattani, Alex Rocco, Seymour Cassel, Roger C. Carmel, Diane McBain, Harry Frazier, Grace Lee Whitney, Lloyd Haynes, Tim O'Kelly, Richard Bakalyan, Tol Avery, Lee Meriwether, Nelson Olmsted, Tommy Noonan, Donald Barry, Al Ferrara, Michael Lane, George Chandler, Grady Sutton, Pitt Herbert, Diana Ivarson, Fritz Feld, Reginald Gardiner, Owen McGiveney, Jody Gilbert, H.M. Wynant, Elisha Cook, Schuyler Aubrey, John Archer, Leslie Parrish ; visiting superheros: Van Williams, Bruce Lee.
Event notes: Originally broadcast as a television series
1966 January 12-1968 March 14.
Target Audience: Rating: Not rated.
Description: 8 videodiscs (approximately 1500 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC, region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby digital mono.
Contents: Disc 1. Shoot a crooked arrow ; Walk the straight and narrow / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Sherman Marks --
Hot off the griddle ; The cat and the fiddle / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Don Weis --
The Minstrel's shakedown ; Barbecued Batman? / written by Francis and Marian Cockrell ; directed by Murray Golden --
The spell of Tut ; Tut's case is shut / written by Robert C. Dennis and Earl Barret ; directed by Larry Peerce --
Disc 2. The greatest mother of them all ; Ma Parker / written by Henry Slesar ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
The Clock King's crazy crimes ; The Clock King gets crowned / written by Bill Finger and Charles Sinclair ; directed by James Neilson --
An egg grows in Gotham ; The yegg foes in Gotham / teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross ; story by Ed Self ; directed by George Waggner --
The devil's fingers ; The dead ringers / written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. ; directed by Larry Peerce --
Disc 3. Hizzonner the Penguin ; Dizzoner the Penguin / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
Green ice ; Deep Freeze / written by Max Hodge ; directed by George Waggner --
The impractical Joker ; The Joker's provokers / written by Jay Thompson and Charles Hoffman ; directed by James B. Clark --
Marsha, Queen of Diamonds ; Marsha's scheme of diamonds / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by James B. Clark --
Disc 4. Come back, Shame ; It's how you play the game / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
The Penguin's nest ; The bird's last jest / written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. ; directed by Murray Golden --
The cat's meow ; The bat's kow tow / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by James B. Clark. Disc 5. The puzzles are coming ; The Duo is slumming / written by Fred de Gorter ; directed by Jeffrey Hayden --
The Sandman cometh ; The Catwoman goeth / teleplay by Ellis St. Joseph and Charles Hoffman ; story by Ellis St. Joseph ; directed by George Waggner --
The contaminated cowl ; The Mad Hatter runs afoul / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
The zodiac crimes ; The Joker's hard times / teleplay by Stephen Kandel and Stanford Sherman ; story by Stephen Kandel ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
Disc 6. The Penguin declines / teleplay by Stephen Kandel and Stanford Sherman ; story by Stephen Kandel ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
That darn Catwoman ; Scat! darn Catwoman / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
Penguin is a girl's best friend ; Penguin sets a trend ; Penguin's disastrous end / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by James B. Clark --
Batman's anniversary ; A riddling controversy / written by William P. D'Angelo ; directed by James B. Clark --
Disc 7. The Joker's last laugh ; The Joker's epitaph / teleplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. ; story by Peter Rabe ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
Catwoman goes to college ; Batman displays his knowledge / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Robert Sparr --
A piece of the action ; Batman's satisfaction / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
King Tut's coup ; Batman's Waterloo / teleplay by Stanley Ralph Ross ; story by Leo and Pauline Townsend ; directed by James B. Clark --
Disc 8. Black Widow strikes again ; Caught in the spider's den / written by Robert Mintz ; directed by Oscar Rudolph --
Pop goes The Joker ; Flop goes The Joker / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by George Waggner --
Ice spy ; The Duo defy / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph.
Other Titles: Batman (Television program : 1966-1968).
Batman.
Batman.
Batman.
Responsibility: executive producer, William Dozier ; produced by Howie Horwitz ; a Greenway production in association with Twentieth-Century-Fox Television ; DC Comics ; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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"Wealthy entrepreneur Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson lead a double life: they are actually the crime-fighting duo Batman and Robin. A secret Batpole in the Wayne mansion leads to the Batcave, where Police Commissioner Gordon summons the Dynamic Duo on the Batphone with the latest emergency threatening Gotham City. Racing to the scene of the crime in the jet-powered Batmobile, Batman and Robin must (with the help of their trusty utility-belts) thwart the efforts of a rogues gallery of flamboyant arch-villains, including the Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler and the Catwoman"--Internet movie database.

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