Batman was a 1966-1969 American action-adventure series that centered on the crime-fighting "Dynamic Duo" of Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward). The series was known for its outlandish, campy style, in contrast to the darker tones used in previous and later portrayals of the Batman character. The series costarred Alan Napier as Batman's loyal butler Alfred, and (starting in Season 3) Yvonne Craig as Batgirl.
Fine Finny Friends (Season 1, Episode 33)Edit
The Penguin (Burgess Meredith) kidnaps Alfred and brainwashes him as part of a plot to rob the Multimillionaires Annual Awards Dinner.
Tut's Case is Shut (Season 2, Episode 8)Edit
King Tut (Victor Buono) creates a mind control potion and plans to place it into Gotham City's water supply.
That Darn Catwoman (Season 2, Episode 40)Edit
Catwoman (Julie Newmar) hypnotizes Robin and turns him into her mindless servant.
Ring Around the Riddler (Season 3, Episode 2)Edit
The Riddler (Frank Gorshin) and The Siren (Joan Collins) kidnap and hypnotize several boxers, then challenge Batman to a deadly battle in the boxing ring.
The Wail of the Siren (Season 3, Episode 3)Edit
The Siren returns and uses her entrancing voice to hypnotize Commissioner Gordon (Neil Hamilton) and Bruce Wayne.
Louie, the Lilac (Season 3, Episode 7)Edit
Louie the Lilac (Milton Berle) corners the Gotham City flower trade in the hopes of endearing himself to the city's hippie "flower children," with the goal of using them to gain power for himself. To speed up his plan, he kidnaps Princess Primrose (Skye Aubrey), the leader of the flower children, and uses his Stupefyign Aromatic Spray to brainwash her. The mesmerized Primrose gives a speech to her followers in which she declares her loyalty to Louie, but the speech doesn't go over well with the suspicious crowd, which includes Batgirl. With Alfred's help, Batgirl tracks down and rescues Batman and Robin from Louie's man-eating lilacs.
The Foggiest Notion (Season 3, Episode 12)Edit
Batman, Robin, and Batgirl travel to London to stop Lord Ffogg (Rudy Vallee) and Lady Peasoup (Glynis Johns) from stealing the Crown Jewels from the Tower of Londinium. Batgirl heads to Ffogg Place, where she is gassed by Peasoup and placed in a trance-like state. She is placed in the dungeon, but the trance is temporary and she is rescued by Batman.