Batman

Batman (1966)

3 continuity mistakes in The Joker's Hard Times (2)

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The Joker's Hard Times (2) - S2-E38

Continuity mistake: After all the stow-away baddies jump from the Batmobile's trunk, they leave it open. Between shots, it magically closes itself. (00:19:30)

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The Joker's Hard Times (2) - S2-E38

Continuity mistake: The Batmobile pulls up in front of the Platter-Porium, and you can see that only Batman and Robin are inside the car. When the shot cuts to close-up, though, Venus is sitting in between them. (Tight squeeze: it's a 2-seater and she must be straddling the transmission hump and hand brake - ouch.) The shot cuts back to full for them to jump from the car, and Venus has disappeared again. (00:13:40)

Jean G

The Joker's Hard Times (2) - S2-E38

Continuity mistake: When the Joker directs Gordon and O'Hara to look at the statue of Justice, they look at it from a front view. But when Joker comes out of the Police building where he left them frozen, it's from behind the statue, rather than in front.

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