Batman

Season 3 Episode 18

Louie's Lethal Lilac Time

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Aired Wednesday 12:00 AM Jan 11, 1968 on ABC
6.7
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Louie's Lethal Lilac Time
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Bruce and Dick have been kidnapped by Louie The Lilac. It is part of his plot to corner the perfume market by forcing Bruce to extract the scent pouches of the Abyssinian Civet Cats, Beavers, Muskrats, and Musk Deer that have been abducted from the Gotham City Zoo. It's up to Batgirl to save the day.

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  • More Bruce and Dick than Batman and Robin in this episode...

    8.0
    This episode, along with "The Devil's Fingers", was a refreshing change of pace in that the normal routine of having Bruce and Dick summoned to the Commissioner's Office in full costume as the Caped Crusaders during the opening credits is disallowed, since Bruce and Dick are kidnapped by Louie the Lilac, who makes the second of two appearances in the "Batman" series. Bruce and Dick manage to outwit Louie for much of the time while out of uniform, which makes this show a standout. I only wish they could have had a technological auto-dresser device to change into Batman and Robin (a la The Jetsons). Still a great episode overall.moreless
  • See more of Bruce and Dick than Batman and Robin in this silly episode about Louie cornering the perfume market.

    6.6
    While I have always like Milton Berle, I think he was miscast in both the Louie the Lilac episodes; he just was not convincing enough, even with that cute female sidekick who is helping him corner the perfume market. Why she needs all those animals and their scent glands is beyond me; there must be a better way! The pills that are inflatable costumes when put in warm water was an interesting touch and they have piloted the Batmobile by remote control before. Barbara Gordon gets a sneak peak at the private study of Bruce Wayne (where the Batphone and Batpoles are located) but the ever-trusty Alfred manages to steer her aside.moreless
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

Yvonne Craig

Yvonne Craig

Barbara Gordon/Batgirl

Stafford Repp

Stafford Repp

Chief O'Hara

William Dozier

William Dozier

Narrator

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