Batman (1966)

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Show generally 3
Season 1
Season 1 generally 0
1 Hi Diddle Riddle (1) 1
2 Smack in the Middle (2) 5
3 Fine Feathered Finks (1) 2
4 The Penguin's a Jinx (2) 1
5 The Joker Is Wild (1) 3
6 Batman Is Riled (2) 2
7 Instant Freeze (1) 0
8 Rats Like Cheese (2) 1
9 Zelda the Great (1) 0
10 A Death Worse Than Fate (2) 0
11 A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away (1) 1
12 When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play (2) 1
13 The Thirteenth Hat (1) 1
14 Batman Stands Pat (2) 4
15 The Joker Goes to School (1) 2
16 He Meets His Match, the Grisly Ghoul (2) 3
17 True or False-Face (1) 0
18 Holy Rat Race (2) 0

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