Batman

Batman Stands Pat (2) - S1-E14

Visible crew/equipment: Batman's plaster-covered costume gets an instant dry cleaning en route as he drives from the sculptor's studio to the batcave. (00:05:00)

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When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play (2) - S1-E12

Visible crew/equipment: The microphone dips into the shot at the end, just as Aunt Harriet is kissing Dick and Bruce good-bye. (00:23:20)

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A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away (1) - S1-E11

Visible crew/equipment: During the first scene in Commissioner Gordon's office, the microphone shadow is outlined on the front of Chief O'Hara's uniform. (00:01:50)

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Barbecued Batman? (2) - S2-E6

Visible crew/equipment: When Minstrel and his henchmen race down the stairs, the sound pole rigging shadow is moving at the very top of the screen. (00:04:00)

Jean G

Batman Stands Pat (2) - S1-E14

Visible crew/equipment: When Mad Hatter is sending Lisa in to butter up Mr. Bowinkle, the microphone shadow is bobbing up and down above their heads. (00:11:25)

Jean G

The Dead Ringers (2) - S2-E16

Visible crew/equipment: When Harry plots to replace Chandell, the polished grand piano behind him reflects the moving lights on some of the studio equipment. (00:15:30)

Jean G

The Yegg Foes in Gotham (2) - S2-E14

Visible crew/equipment: During the final egg fight, the microphone shadow puts in an appearance on the wall behind the bad guys. (00:21:50)

Jean G

It's the Way You Play the Game (2) - S2-E26

Visible crew/equipment: When Batman and Robin visit Laughing Leo's Used Car Lot, the side of the Batmobile reflects a whole row of big square studio lighting panels. (00:06:30)

Jean G

It's the Way You Play the Game (2) - S2-E26

Visible crew/equipment: The Batmobile has just pulled away, and as Andy waves good-bye, the camera shadow can be seen moving rapidly offscreen at the lower lefthand corner of the frame. (00:04:25)

Jean G

A Horse of Another Color (2) - S3-E5

Visible crew/equipment: The stunt rider doubling Penguin in the horse race is pretty easy to spot. He's younger and thinner (despite an obviously padded costume), and his nose is about two inches shorter. (00:18:00)

Jean G

The Bird's Last Jest (2) - S2-E28

Visible crew/equipment: Batman tilts the Bat Shield just a little too much when he and Robin are under fire from Penguin's goons, and it captures a pretty clear reflection of the camera rigging. (00:04:00)

Jean G

Penguin Sets a Trend (2) - S2-E43

Visible crew/equipment: The Batmobile, responding to Batman's remote control activator, is supposedly driving itself through Gotham City's streets. But in one shot, even though he's crouching down, you can see the head of the film crew member actually driving the car. (00:03:00)

Jean G

Penguin's Disastrous End (3) - S2-E44

Visible crew/equipment: As O'Hara goes to move his patrol car, the boom mike and lighting equipment is reflected on the windows.

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Rats Like Cheese (2) - S1-E8

Visible crew/equipment: When the photographer is getting a picture of the princess, you can see the shadow of the boom mike on him.

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The Thirteenth Hat (1) - S1-E13

Visible crew/equipment: As Gordon goes to the Batphone to alert Batman, the shadow of the camera covers most of him for about a full three to four seconds.

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Batman's plaster-covered costume gets an instant dry cleaning en route as he drives from the sculptor's studio to the batcave.

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Trivia

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