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Batman (1966)

3 mistakes in Dizzonner the Penguin (2)

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Dizzonner the Penguin (2) - S2-E18

Other mistake: In the fight in Convention Hall, when the goons surround Batman, watch the one on the front left. He's punching over and down, yet he's hitting nothing.

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Dizzonner the Penguin (2) - S2-E18

Other mistake: Batman throws himself into acid. Counting on acid-proof suits, Batman comes out unscathed, but his ropes didn't get burned off until he dipped the back into the acid. Also, even though he covered his face a moment, he came out with his face exposed, and undamaged, when it should have been burned.

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Dizzonner the Penguin (2) - S2-E18

Continuity mistake: In the beginning, Batman and Robin's side of the scales are lowering them down. At one point, it isn't moving.

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