Batman

Batman (1966)

1 continuity mistake in The Contaminated Cowl (1)

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The Contaminated Cowl (1) - S2-E35

Continuity mistake: After the Mad Hatter's spray turns Batman's cowl pink, Batman and Robin are shown in the Batmobile, headed back to the Batcave. The stock shot shows Batman wearing his regular blue cowl while inside the car. Once they get to the Batcave, Batman's cowl is pink again.

Jeff Swanson

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