Batman

Batman (1966)

2 continuity mistakes in The Clock King Gets Crowned (2)

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The Clock King Gets Crowned (2) - S2-E12

Continuity mistake: Batman tosses a large white box at one of the henchmen. The box lands on the round dais of the clockworks, but as that dais begins to rotate, the box disappears. It pops back up a few shots later, now sitting on the stationary corner of the clockwork platform. But as the fight rages on, it vanishes again between shots. (00:21:30 - 00:22:10)

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The Clock King Gets Crowned (2) - S2-E12

Continuity mistake: Batman and Robin are trapped in the overturned hourglass. They're sitting upright when Batman suggests an escape plan. In the very next shot, they're sprawled face down on the sand. (00:04:15)

Jean G

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