Batman: Season 3 (1967 - 1968)



Critic Consensus: Fierce females shook up the dynamic duo in the final season of Batman with plenty of technicolor "POW!"


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Air date: Sep 14, 1967
Air date: Sep 21, 1967
Air date: Sep 28, 1967
Air date: Oct 5, 1967
Air date: Oct 12, 1967
Air date: Oct 19, 1967
Air date: Oct 26, 1967
Air date: Nov 2, 1967
Air date: Nov 9, 1967
Air date: Nov 16, 1967
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TV's iconic Dynamic Duo has been captured, along with a legion of abominable archenemies in a POW-erful collection.


Adam West
as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Burt Ward
as Dick Grayson/Robin
Yvonne Craig
as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl
Alan Napier
as Alfred Pennyworth
Neil Hamilton
as Police Commissioner Gordon
Stafford Repp
as Chief O'Hara
Cesar Romero
as The Joker
Burgess Meredith
as The Penguin
Rudy Vallee
as Lord Ffogg
Eartha Kitt
as Catwoman
Glynis Johns
as Lady Peasoup
Lyn Peters
as Prudence
Frank Gorshin
as The Riddler
Milton Berle
as Louie the Lilac
Joan Collins
as The Siren
Ethel Merman
as Lola Lasagne
Dina Merrill
as Calamity Jane
Gil Perkins
as Cauliflower
Alfred Dennis
as Omar Orloff
Sandy Kevin
as Giggler
Dorothy Kirsten
as Leonora Sotto Voce
Horace McMahon
as Glu Gluten
Hermione Baddeley
as Frontier Fanny
Bobby Hall
as Laugher
Stacy Maxwell
as Rosamond
Byron Keith
as Mayor Linseed
Herbert Anderson
as Racing Secretary
Harvey Jason
as Scudder
Pierre Salinger
as Lucky Pierre
Billy Corcoran
as Boy Scout
Barry Dennen
as "Fred" Dominguez
James O'Hara
as Policeman
Victor Lundin
as Chief Standing Pat
Brian Sullivan
as Fortissimo Fra Diavolo
James Lanphier
as Indian Man
Allen Emerson
as Photographer
Ida Lupino
as Dr. Cassandra
Barbara Rush
as Nora Clavicle
Pat Becker
as Technician
Ronald Long
as Karnaby Katz
Jon Lormer
as Professor Dactyl
Skip Ward
as Riptide
Ronald Knight
as Sassafras
Dirk Evans
as Angora
Joe E. Tata
as Suleiman the Great
Angela Dorian
as Florence of Arabia
Peggy Ann Garner
as Betsy Boldface
Jonathan Troy
as Rev. Hazlitt
John Dennis
as Saffron
Sivi Aberg
as Undine
Inga Neilsen
as Angelina
G. David Schine
as Floorwalker
Ron Burke
as Wipeout
Henny Youngman
as Manny the Mesopotamian
Yvonne Arnett
as Aphrodite
Karl Lukas
as Acacia
Jeff Burton
as Shamrock
Kathleen Freeman
as Rosetta Stone
Tony Gardner
as Chartreuse
Bill Zuckert
as Prison Captain
Boyd Santell
as Security Guard
Robert James Ramsey
as TV Announcer
Karen Huston
as Queen Bess
William Phillips
as Mint Supervisor
Ed Long
as Museum Guard
Larry Gelman
as Bank Manager
Jean Byron
as Mrs. Linseed
Jacques Bergerac
as Freddie the Fence
James Brolin
as Kid Gulliver
Joyce Lederer
as Girl Surfer
Skye Aubrey
as Primrose
Fritz Feld
as Prof. Greenleaf
Gerald Peters
as Attendant
Judy Parker
as Telephone Operator
Ginny Gan
as 1st Policewoman
Ellen Corby
as Mrs. Green
Howie Horwitz
as Customer
Eddie Durkin
as Mint Guard
Rhae Andrece
as 2nd Policewoman
George N. Neise
as Mr. Shubert
Alyce Andrece
as 3rd Policewoman
Richard Jury
as Bank Teller
John Vivyan
as Bank Director
Elizabeth Baur
as 4th Policewoman
David Galligan
as Teenage Boy
Pamela McMyler
as Teenage Girl
Len Felber
as Policeman
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Critic Reviews for Batman Season 3

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (6)

The main thing this campy show is remembered for is the "Pow!" and "Bam!" graphics during fight scenes.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…
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Perhaps TV's first true triumph of style over substance.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Yes, the show is decades old, and it certainly shows its age, but it's silly fun in a way the few other superhero shows before or since even attempted.

Jun 26, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Batman '66 is not everything that's wrong with superheroes; it's everything that's right about superheroes.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

At a time when America was already slipping towards cultural, political, and social chaos, the Bright Knight Batman pointed out both how comical and yet reassuring such starkly defined positions can be.

Dec 19, 2014 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Still, there's something so right about the tilt of West's jaw or the way he calls everybody "citizen."

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

The show's real draw lay in its villains, a richly textured rogues gallery of 37 top-notch Hollywood character actors (and a few leading men and woman) who breathed outsize life into these outré creations.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Is there room for a show where candy-colored criminals leave elaborate clues to their crimes...? Humorless types will say no. To them, I say na. (Or, more accurately, "Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na.")

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

It's everything Susan Sontag loved and loathed about camp amalgamated into a half-hour lark.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

After close to 100 episodes of actresses playing either villains or arm candy, the introduction of Batgirl is a welcome female presence, even if her first appearance sees her kidnapped and blackmailed.

Jun 25, 2018 | Full Review…

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