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Batman (1966)

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Give 'em the Axe (2) - S1-E24

Corrected entry: At the end, Batman mentions "Aunt Harriet's home-cooked meals" to Robin while they're well within earshot of Riddler and his henchmen, who are all restrained, but not unconscious. That's dropping a pretty big clue to their secret identities - a mistake Batman would be much too smart to make.

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Jean G

Correction: Mentioning Aunt Harriet's name would hardly be a clue to Batman's secret identity. First, she isn't even Batman/Bruce Wayne's aunt. Additionally, other non-relatives (like the Commissioner) call her Aunt Harriet. And, even though the audience can hear Batman, there's no reason to think the goons are in "ear-shot".

Bishop73

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