Batman

Season 1 Episode 14

Batman Stands Pat

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Aired Wednesday 12:00 AM Feb 24, 1966 on ABC
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After Batman escapes The Mad Hatter's trap, the villain flees and goes after the twelfth juror that sent him to prison. Alfred bugs the juror's hat but Mad Hatter discovers the transmitter and sets a trap for The Dynamic Duo.

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  • Solid episode

    8.0
    Unlike other two-parters so far, this one keeps its momentum going until the finish. The threat of Batman being unmasked hangs over the episode constantly, and leads to a very tense ending which almost sees the henchmen win the Bat-fight!
Adam West

Adam West

Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

Burt Ward

Burt Ward

Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin: The Boy Wonder

Alan Napier

Alan Napier

Alfred Pennyworth

Neil Hamilton (I)

Neil Hamilton (I)

Commissioner James W. Gordon

Stafford Repp

Stafford Repp

Chief O'Hara

Madge Blake

Madge Blake

Aunt Harriet Cooper

David Wayne

David Wayne

Jervis Tetch, The Mad Hatter

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Roland La Starza

Roland La Starza

Cappy

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Gil Perkins

Gil Perkins

Dicer

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When The Mad Hatter grabs Batman and starts choking him, Batman is on the conveyer belt before the sword blades. In the next two shots, he is after the sword blades.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Batman: Madame Magda, the chef, the fire chief. They were all on that jury! Oh, how could I have been so stupid?!?
      Robin: All in all, Batman, you've been pretty busy.

    • Jervis: Imagine, shearing Batman like a rabbit. Or stretching him into any form I wish. Or shrinking him and sizing him. Why, I--I'll make him into a sun bonnet. Or a ten-gallon hat or a fez. A fez! Yes, a fez. I'll dye him red. I'll buy myself a camel and go riding off into the desert wearing a tribal chieftain's flowing robes. And Batman on my head.
      Dicer: He's flipped his lid.
      Jervis: What's he talking about, Cappy? My idle flights of fancy, my little daydreams? They're nothing more than that, believe me. I'm a very practical man.

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