Batman

I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle

Season 3, Ep 23, Aired 2/22/68
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  • Episode Description
  • The insane King Tut has his gang back and plans on mining a precious metal right under Wayne Manor.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Adam West

    Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

  • Burt Ward

    Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder

  • Alan Napier

    Alfred Pennyworth

  • Yvonne Craig

    Barbara Gordon/Batgirl

  • Stafford Repp

    Chief O'Hara

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Duo Unmasked!!

    By ChrisGTV, Apr 09, 2012

  • King Tut discovers a secret bigger than the Riddle of the Sphinx, or so he says

    By XMLarry, May 17, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Rosetta Stone: Why me? Why me?
      King Tut: Why not you?
      Rosetta Stone: That's logical.
      King Tut: I'm nothing if not logical.

    • Barbara: (Lying on her bed talking to her pet parrot, Charlie) It'd be a real joke on me, Charlie, if Bruce Wayne indeed was Batman.

    • King Tut: Oh, the world is my oyster and everyone will be bringing me sauce!

    Notes (2)

    • Here, King Tut, once restored to his old self again, reveals his true name for the first and only time: Professor William Omaha Mackelroy.

    • Tut beats up The Batdummy which was previously used against him in episode, "The Unkindest Tut of All." Grabbing it with a sigh of recognition, he happily beats it up!

    Trivia (2)

    • This is the second and final time Batman and Robin fight the bad guys in the Batcave.

    • At the end of this episode, the preview for the next episode "The Joker's Flying Saucer", we see Joker's flying saucer but in the episode, he was just building his saucer.

    Allusions (2)

    • Florence of Arabia:
      The character's name is a play on on the name of T.E. Lawrence, who helped Prince Faisal in his revolt against the Turks during World War I. The movie, Lawrence Of Arabia was made of Lawrence's story in 1962.

    • Title: Allusion to the phrase "I'll be a Monkey's Uncle," which itself is a reference to the 1926 Scopes Monkey Trial.

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