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Jill StJohn in the pilot episode of Batman in her Robin costume

Jill StJohn in the pilot episode of Batman in her Robin costume

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Batman couldn't have spared one of the Batcave's heavy duty office chairs for her

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"Pop Goes The Joker/Flop Goes The Joker" *** Another good second season Joker episode. This one spoofs the entire pop art craze that spawned the series.

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"The Joker is Wild/Batman is Riled" ***** Great Joker episode, based upon "The Joker's Utility Belt" from BATMAN #73, October 1952.

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If anything…and for all it's Biffs, Bams and Pows…The “BATMAN” TV Series was pretty damn accurate to the character's portrayal at the time.