Batman

Season 1 Episode 32

The Riddler's False Notion

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Aired Wednesday 12:00 AM Apr 28, 1966 on ABC
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The Riddler's False Notion
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Batman searches for the Riddler who has his trusty sidekick captured.

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  • That's a wrap

    8.0
    Had Season One finished here, I think it would have left the fans wanting more and generated significant momentum for Season Two. One of the last on-screen appearances of 81-year-old Francis X Bushman here.
Adam West

Adam West

Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

Alan Napier

Alan Napier

Alfred Pennyworth

Stafford Repp

Stafford Repp

Chief O'Hara

Neil Hamilton (I)

Neil Hamilton (I)

Commissioner James W. Gordon

Burt Ward

Burt Ward

Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin: The Boy Wonder

Madge Blake

Madge Blake

Aunt Harriet Cooper

Francis X. Bushman

Francis X. Bushman

Van Jones

Guest Star

Theodore Marcuse

Theodore Marcuse

VonBloheim/Von Bloheim

Guest Star

Sherry Jackson

Sherry Jackson

Pauline

Guest Star

Frank Gorshin

Frank Gorshin

The Riddler

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Batman: Stop! Surrender! Give yourself up. Or by all that's holy, I might forget myself and do you violence!

    • Gordon: I feel as if I've awakened in some future age! Such equipment! What fantastic ingenuity you and the Boy Wonder have employed in hooking it together.
      Batman: True. We did muster many long hours of brainpower. However, this is no time for self congratulation.

    • Pauline: Where am I?
      Batman: Deep in the entrails of the earth, Pauline, where every instrument has been designed to combat crime and snare its perpetrators.
      Gordon: There are those who came to this Batcave and never left.
      Batman: That is true.

    • Robin: Holy molars! Am I ever gonna take good care of my teeth!
      Batman: True. You owe your life to dental hygiene!

  • NOTES (5)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Robin is on the building's edge, the announcer mentions Harold Lloyd. Silent comedian, Harold Lloyd's most famous movie was the 1923 Safety Last in which Lloyd clutches the bending clock hands on the side of a building as he dangles from the outside of a skyscraper above moving traffic.

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