Batman

Batman (1966)

1 continuity mistake in That Darn Catwoman (1)

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That Darn Catwoman (1) - S2-E40

Continuity mistake: After the drugged Robin clobbers Batman with a wooden chair, the broken pieces change their arrangement on the floor between one shot and the next. (00:20:50)

Jean G

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