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This was the last cliffhanger for Batman and Robin.
Goof: Notice in the fight seen when Robin falls down into a pile clay, his mask is pulled from his face revealing his true identity.
In real life, Adam West cut a single, Miranda, for 20th Century-Fox Records. Additionally, The Marketts' version of the series' theme charted at #17 in Billboard's top 60 while an arrangement by Neal Hefti and his Orchestra made it to #35.
When Batman and Robin arrive outside the Commissioner's office, they're not carrying the rather large Bat-Brain Analyzer that they use inside.
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.
In the scene where Batman feeds the Alphabet spaghetti into the Batcomputer, he clearly leaves a large portion of the letters behind despite saying he has them all and the Batcomputer still manages to produce the secret message from Pinky Pinkston.
When Batman and Robin are stuck to the glue pad, they are unable to move their arms... even though their capes are between their arms and the pads.
Watch as Bruce runs to The Batpole, he is running to the wrong one and crosses over.
Batman describes karate as a self-defense form that is useless if an opponent doesn't attack. Karate is quite capable of being used to initiate an attack.
When Batman cuts Robin free as Robin says, "...guiding our destiny," Batman uses the blunt back side of his knife.
When Batman yells out, "Let's take the Batmobile in for a safety check," Adam West sluffs the line and says "safety sheck."
Batman claims that many of the survivors of the sinking of the Titanic did so by remaining calm and staying afloat until help arrived. The vast majority of those who made it into the water died from cold shock and cold incapacitation because of the icy Atlantic waters.
During the fight at Aquila's penthouse apartment, The Riddler's pink gloves appear and disappear repeatedly. He is initially wearing them when he opens the safe, they disappear during the fight, he walks over to the curtain hiding Aquila, and when Riddler opens the curtains in the next shot the gloves appear again.
Batman is renowned for his knowledge of science, literature and history. In this episode, however, he fails to recognize one of the most famous riddles of literature. "What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon and three legs in the evening?" was the riddle the Sphinx gave Oedipus to solve in the classic Greek play Oedipus Rex by Sophocles. It is Robin who finds the answer which is man.
Notice The Riddler now carries a cane adorned with a "?" on the top.
The prop used as The Bat-zooka in this episode was previously used as The Bat-charge Launcher in the 1966 Batman: The Movie.
When Penguin calls his prop department from his office, they tell him they have 24,000 quarts of milk. However, later when Aunt Harriet confronts Penguin on the movie set, Penguin says there are 23,000 quarts of milk.
In the opening scene when Batman and Robin are fighting Penguin's henchmen, Penguin's cigarette changes position several times between shots from his hand to his mouth and back again.
Catwoman's henchmen are named after three famous fictional detective-adventurers: Sam Spade, Phillip Marlowe, and Simon Templar.
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