Batman

Batman's Waterloo

Season 2, Ep 54, Aired 3/9/67
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  • Episode Description
  • Batman is hopelessly trapped and needs to call for help other than the equally trapped Robin. Tut continues his plans even though their is treachery from within his ranks.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Grace Lee Whitney

    Neila

  • Adam West

    Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

  • Lloyd Haynes

    Lord Chancellor

  • Burt Ward

    Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder

  • Alan Napier

    Alfred Pennyworth

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Lisa: I'm safe, Daddy.
      King Tut: And she'll remain safe for the paltry sum of eight million, three hundred thousand four hundred and eight-seven dollars and twelve cents. Queen's ransom.
      John E. Carson: Why such an uneven amount?
      King Tut: I need it to pay off the mortgage on the Pyramids. The interest rate over thirty-four hundred years is positively usurious.

    • King Tut: Curse you, Batman! May you fall down a flight of stairs and break every tooth in your head except one, and that way you'll have a toothache for the rest of your life, which won't be very long.

    • Alfred: Any results, sir?
      Batman: Yes, Alfred. Just as you recall and as I suspected, Tut's apparently holding the girl in the abandoned boilerworks.
      Alfred: Holy steam valve! Sorry, sir, it just slipped out. It must be because Master Robin's uppermost in my thoughts in the moment.

    • Lisa: Would you like to come in for a glass of milk and cookies? Bruce: I'm afraid it's rather late. Why, it's 10:30!

    Notes (3)

    • Madge Blake is credited but doesn't appear.

    • For the first time in the series, Commissioner Gordon discusses his daughter Barbara Gordon with Batman, a precursor to her debut in the third season as Batgirl, portrayed by actress-ballerina Yvonne Joyce Craig.

    • The name of "Lisa Carson" was the real name of writer Stanley Ralph Ross's wife.

    Allusions (1)

    • The name John E. Carson is based on Johnny Carson, who hosted NBC's The Tonight Show between 1962 and 1992.

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