Batman

King Tut's Coup

Season 2, Ep 53, Aired 3/8/67
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  • Episode Description
  • A simple accident releases the mind of the morally corrupt King Tut upon Gotham.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Adam West

    Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

  • Grace Lee Whitney

    Neila

  • Lloyd Haynes

    Lord Chancellor

  • Burt Ward

    Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder

  • Alan Napier

    Alfred Pennyworth

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Lord Chancellor: Hail, oh mighty Tut! Prince of darkness.
      Royal Jester: Hail, sovereign of all that's mean and evil.
      Lord Chancellor: Hail.
      Royal Jester: Hail.
      King Tut: The gang's all here.

    • Commissioner Gordon: Bruce Wayne advised me to call Batman.
      Chief O'Hara: Well, I guess millionaires aren't so dumb after all.
      Commissioner Gordon: Otherwise they would never have become millionaires.

    • Neila: Hi, Tut baby. What's shaking?
      King Tut: Batman's head, unless I miss my guess.

    • Suzie Knickerbocker: Batman, I think that's a darling little costume you're wearing. Where did you get it, in London or Rome?
      Batman: No, I believe in patronizing local craftsmen.
      Robin: There's a guy who makes great capes and cowls. Right here in Gotham City.

    • Lisa: Who are you, anyway?
      King Tut: Who am I? Tut, Master of Thebes, King of the Nile, Moon God of Thot! And that's just on Momma's side of the family.

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    Notes (2)

    • Lisa Carson is seen wearing the same dress previously worn by Ziva Rodann in her role as Nefertiti in Season-1 episode The Pharoah's in a Rut.

    • Lee Meriwether portrayed Catwoman/Kitka in the 1966 Batman: The Movie.

    Trivia (2)

    • In the scene in the Bat Cave following Lisa Carson's abduction by King Tut, Batman can be seen struggling to put the receiver down properly on the Batphone.

    • In Tut's hide-out, there's a prop with a question mark left on it which was left over from the episode with the Riddler.

    Allusions (1)

    • Tut: Friends, Egyptians, henchmen, lend me you ears. I have come to bury Batman, not to praise him.
      King Tut uses his own version of Mark Anthony's famous soliloquy of Act 3, scene 2 in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Romans became Egyptians, countrymen became henchmen, and Batman replaces Caesar.

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