Batman

Batman (1966)

2 mistakes in A Riddling Controversy (2)

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A Riddling Controversy (2) - S2-E46

Continuity mistake: In the park at the statue base, Batman uses a knife to open the telegram. As he reads, the knife is pointed up, and a moment later, it's down.

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A Riddling Controversy (2) - S2-E46

Revealing mistake: When Batman and Robin use their jets to get out of the quicksand, as they fly up, you can see the wires used to pull them up.

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