Batman

The Wail of the Siren

Season 3, Ep 3, Aired 9/28/67
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  • Episode Description
  • A modern day siren, Loreli Circe, has came to Gotham to enchant the men for her evil ways.

  • 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 (1)
  • Siren goes for the millions

    By XMLarry, May 21, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • The Siren: I want to become the wickedest woman in Gotham City, and, thus, in the world!

    • Robin: (unknown to him that and entranced Bruce Wayne just sold Siren the building) Your goose so to speak is cooked!
      The Siren: Not by a long shot, short stuff. I now own this building.

    • The Siren: Well look who's here, Batgirl and Batboy!

    • Batgirl: Oh, Bruce, if only you were more like Batman.
      Bruce Wayne: (still under the Siren's stunning spell) Batman...
      Batgirl: Perhaps then you would have had the strength to resist the Siren's stunning spell.

    • Alfred: (under the Siren's spell, Commissioner Gordon has stowed away in the Batmobile after which it returned to the Batcave) Commissioner Gordon, what are you doing here?
      Commissioner Gordon
      : You! You're Alfred, Millionaire Bruce Wayne's butler. And that voice! The same nameless voice that often answers the Batphone.
      Alfred: I'm afraid you're making a mistake, sir.
      Commissioner Gordon: Mistake? Nonsence! Obviously this is the Batcave... Ergo Batman is Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson is Robin the Boy Wonder. Hmm hmm!

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    Notes (2)

    • The Billy May-Willy Mack-composed Batgirl theme first originated here.

    • Director George Waggner often berated poor Joan Collins during production of this episode.

    Trivia (1)

    • Bruce Wayne was restored to normal by listening Siren's "antidote note". Gordon and O'Hara do not receive such a treatment (and they couldn't possibly get it, even off-screen), but they are still completely fine and cured by the end of the episode.

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