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Batman 1966 pt. 1 The Series

There were villains, most of whom were played by actors and actresses that people knew at the time, all were celebrities, to some extent. Here is a list of some (not all) of those super villains: SUPER VILLAINS Cesar Romero as The Joker Burgess Meredith as The Penguin Frank Gorshin (Seasons 1–3) as The Riddler John Astin (Season 2) as The Riddler Lee Meriwether (Movie) as The Catwoman Julie Newmar (Seasons 1–2) as The Catwoman Eartha Kitt (Season 3) as The Catwoman Victor Buono as Professor William McElroy/King Tut George Sanders (Season 1) as Dr. Art Schivel/Mr. Freeze Otto Preminger (season 2) as Dr. Art Schivel/Mr. Freeze Eli Wallach (Season 2) as Dr. Art Schivel/Mr. Freeze David Wayne as Jervis Tetch/Mad Hatter Vincent Price as Egghead Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds Cliff Robertson as Shame Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of the Cossacks Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac BATCLIMB WINDOW CAMEOS Please go to this web site for more information…
    1. Jerry Lewis – Appeared in “The Bookworm Turns” (April 20, 1966)
    1. Dick Clark – Appeared in “Shoot a Crooked Arrow” (September 7, 1966)
    1. Van Williams and Bruce Lee as Green Hornet and Kato – Appeared in “The Spell of Tut” (September 28, 1966)
    1. Sammy Davis Jr. – Appeared in “The Clock King’s Crazy Crimes” (October 12, 1966)
    1. Bill Dana as José Jiménez – Appeared in “The Yegg Foes in Gotham” (October 20, 1966)
    1. Howard Duff as Sam Stone – Appeared in “The Impractical Joker” (November 16, 1966)
    1. Werner Klemperer as Colonel Klink – Appeared in “It’s How You Play the Game” (December 1, 1966)
    1. Ted Cassidy as Lurch – Appeared in “The Penguin’s Nest” (December 7, 1966)
    1. Don Ho – Appeared in “The Bat’s Kow Tow” (December 15, 1966)
    1. Andy Devine as Santa Claus – Appeared in “The Duo is Slumming” (December 22, 1966)
    1. Art Linkletter – Appeared in “Catwoman Goes to College” (February 22, 1967)
    1. Edward G. Robinson – Appeared in “Batman’s Satisfaction” (March 2, 1967)
    1. Suzy Knickerbocker (pen name of Aileen Mehle) – Appeared in “King Tut’s Coup” (March 8, 1967)
    1. Cyril Lord as the Carpet King – Appeared in “Ice Spy” (March 29, 1967)

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