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BATMAN 1966 TV Series
  • Robin: Why, you're no dance teacher! You're Catwoman! (episode The Bats Kow Tow)

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  • Amusement Parks
    • Gotham Pier Amusement Park
      • Episode The joker is wild.
  • Art Galleries
    • Parkhurst Galleries
      • An Art Gallery.
    • Peale Art Gallery
      • Store house of priceless art treasures seen in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • Artifacts
    • Circle of Ice Diamonds
      • Famous jewelry. Batman and Robin attempt to thwart Mr. Freeze's plans to steal the Circle of Ice Diamonds, and are frozen in their steps by a deadly ice-gun. (episode Rats Like Cheese)
    • Devil's Teardrop
      • Famous gem (episode Instant Freeze)
    • The Jeweled Meteorite
      • Famous artifact (episode The Penguin's a Jinx)
    • Marie Antoinette Tiara
      • Famous jewelry (episode Instant Freeze)
    • Mergenberg Crown
      • False Face steals the Mergenberg Crown, replacing it with a replica, then gasses Gotham Guardians and then epoxies them to subway tracks (with quick setting plastic cement) as a train approaches. (episode Holy Rat Race)
    • The Star Of Kashmire
      • The most valuable diamond in the world (episode Instant Freeze)
    • Star Of Samarkand
      • Famous diamond (Episode Zelda the Great)
  • Awards
    • The Multimillionaire's Annual Awards Dinner
      • Episode Fine Finny Friends. Penguin brainwashes Alfred in order to discover the secret location of the Multimillionaires Annual Awards Dinner. Penguin hopes to steal the $12 million Gothams millionaires are donating to a charity.
  • Banks
    • American National Bank
      • Episode Caught in the Spiders Den. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • Beneficial Bank
      • Episode Caught in the Spiders Den. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • Commercial Bank
      • Episode Fine Finny Friends. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • Diversified Bank
      • Episode Caught in the Spiders Den. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • Empire Bank
      • Episode Caught in the Spiders Den. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • Federal State Bank
      • Episode Caught in the Spiders Den. After Black Widow robs the American National, Beneficial, Commercial, Diversified, Empire and Federal State Banks, Batman concludes she is robbing in alphabetical order.
    • First National Bank
      • Episode Zelda the Great / A Death Worse Than Fate. Master escape artist Zelda the Great steals $100,000 from the First National Bank on April Fool's Day.
    • Gotham City Bank
      • Episode A Riddling Controversy. Riddler robs Batman's charity dinner and the Gotham City Bank to raise funds to purchase a destructive De-Molecularizer.
    • Gotham City Continental Bank
      • From the episode The Sandman Cometh.
    • Gotham City National Bank
      • From episodes: Smack in the Middle, The Sandman Cometh.
    • Gotham City Security Bank
      • From the episode The Sandman Cometh.
    • Gotham National Bank
      • Episode The Joker's Epitaph. On the trail of phony phunds, Batman discovers that the chief teller at Gotham National Bank is a Joker-controlled robot raising funds for the Joker's Penthouse Publisher comic book company.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Pink Sand Box
      • Episode The Cat and the Fiddle.
    • What A Way To Go Go
      • Episode Hi Diddle Riddle. Batman and Robin are sued for false arrest by the Riddler, who seeks to force Batman to unmask in court. Clues hidden in the legal documents bring the Dynamic Duo to a hot and trendy discotheque.
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Minerva's Mineral Spa
      • Episode Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires. Minerva's Mineral Spa caters to millionaires, Bruce Wayne among them.
  • Books-Other
    • The Truth About Bats
      • Episode A Death Worse than Fate.
  • Bookstores
    • The Gnome Book store
      • Episode Zelda the Great. "Specializing in occult & arcane works"
  • Bridges
    • Amerigo Columbus Bridge
      • Episode While Gothan City Burns. Bookworm, the well-educated master of stolen plots, toys with Batman and threatens to blow up the Amerigo Columbus Bridge.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Gotham Square
      • Mentioned in episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
    • Wayne Manor
      • Bruce Wayne's family manor, just outside Gotham City limits.
  • Cafes and Delis
    • The Penguin's Nest
      • Episode The Bird's Last Jest.
  • Charities
    • Gotham City Charity Fund
      • Episode Dizzonner the Penguin. The polls show overwhelming support for Penguin in his run for mayor, thanks to his rescue of a baby from a runaway carriage and a contribution of $100,000 to the Gotham City Charity Fund.
    • The Wayne Foundation
      • Episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Gotham City
      • Bruce Wayne / Batman lives and fights crime in Gotham City.
  • Computers and Software
    • Mobile Crime Computer
      • Batman's mobile crime computer in the Batmobile.
  • Countries
    • Molino
      • The princess of Molino throws out the first ball at a Gotham City Eagles game in episode Rats Like Cheese.
    • Republic Of Moldavia
      • From episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • Electronics
    • Bat-Gauge
      • Batman uses it to find Riddler's lair in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Chemo-Electric Secret Writing Detector
      • Batman uses to analyze Penguin's umbrella in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
    • Hyper-Specteographic Analyzer
      • Batman uses to analyze Penguin's umbrella in episode Fine Feathered Finks, Joker's clown doll in episode The Joker is Wild.
    • Interdigital Batsorter
      • Seen in Bat Cave in episode Instant Freeze.
    • The Penguin Magnet
      • Episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
    • Portable Freezing Chamber
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
    • Sub-Zero Temperature Vaporizing Cabinet
      • Episode The Duo Defy.
  • Electronics-Communications
    • Electro-Thought Transferrer
      • Egghead attaches Bruce Wayne to an Electro-Thought Transferrer which will not only egg-stract Wayne's knowledge but leave him "an empty- headed fop". (episode The Yegg Foes in Gotham)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Gotham City Power Co.
      • Seen in Zelda the Great episode.
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Gotham City World's Fair
      • Seen in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
    • Moldavian Fiesta Week
      • From episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • Financial Services
    • Gotham City Mint
      • Episode Scat! Darn Catwoman!. Catwoman's aide, Pussycat, attacks Robin with cataphrenic, turning him to the Feline Fury's side of the law in a plot to buy plans for the Gotham City Mint.
    • Gotham City Stock Exchange
      • Episode Barbecued Batman. The Minstrel, a lute-playing electronics genius, threatens to sabotage the computerized Gotham City Stock Exchange. The Dynamic Duo is captured and hoisted onto a rotating spit over an electronic radar grill.
  • Food Companies
    • Amalgamated Ice Cream Co.
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
  • Furniture Stores
    • Morpheus Mattresses
      • From the episode The Sandman Cometh.
  • Gangs
    • The Bad Pennies
      • Episode He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul. Joker plans to undermine student morale and recruit high school dropouts for his gang, the Bad Pennies.
    • Fine Feathered Finks
      • Penguin's gang.
    • The Molehill Mob
      • Seen in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • High Schools
    • Aaron Burr High School
      • Robin gives a speech to Aaron Burr High School's graduation class. (Episode That Darn Catwoman)
    • Woodrow Roosevelt High School
      • No description available
  • Hospitals
    • Gotham City Hospital
      • Where a frozen Batman and Robin are taken in episode Rats Like Cheese.
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Mount Ararat Hospital
      • Episode I'll be a Mummys Uncle. Tut escapes from Mount Ararat Hospital and purchases a piece of land adjacent to Wayne Manor to mine a vein of the world's hardest metal, Nilanium.
  • Import Export Companies
    • Gideon Peale Co.
      • Company next to art gallery in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Gotham City Diamond Exchange
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
    • Hilary Stonewin, Inc.
      • Jewelry store in episode Zelda the Great.
    • The House Of Ali Baba
      • Jewelry and watches. episode Fine Feathered Finks.
    • Spiffany's Jewelry Salon
      • Episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Gotham City Hotel
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
    • J. Pauline Spaghetti Hotel
      • From the episode The Sandman Cometh.
    • Pelican Arms Hotel
      • Where movie star Dawn Robbins is staying. episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
  • Magazines-Other
    • Fun Boy Magazine
      • Magazine movie star Dawn Robbins poses for in episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
  • Magicians
    • Zelda The Great
      • World's foremost Illusionist and Escape Artiste. Even greater than Houdini!
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • K. G. Bird & Co.
      • Penguin's umbrella factory in episode Fine Feathered Finks. Makers of Superior Umbrellas.
  • Medicine
    • Anti-freeze Capsule
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
    • Universal Drug Antidote
      • Used by Batman and Robin to thwart the Joker's plans in episode Batman is Riled.
  • Movies
    • The Mockingbird
      • Movie starring Dawn Robbins. episode The Penguin's a Jinx.
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Gotham Shipping Lines
      • Episode The Joker is Wild.
    • Last Longer Warehouse
      • Where rare masks and objects of art are stored in episode Batman is riled.
  • Museums
    • Comedians Hall Of Fame
      • At the Gotham City Museum of Modern Art. episode The joker is wild.
    • Gotham City Museum
      • Episodes: The Penguin's a Jinx, Batman's Waterloo.
    • Gotham City Museum Of Modern Art
      • Episode The joker is wild.
    • Hall Of Fabulous Jewels
      • At the Gotham City Museum of Modern Art. episode The joker is wild.
    • Madam Soliel's Wax Museum
      • Episode Give 'em the Axe. Riddler seeks to plunder the Lost Treasure of the Incas. The Caped Crusaders are drugged, tied up and suspended over a vat of boiling wax by the Riddler's Remote Control Enormous Candle Dipper, facing doom at Madam Soliel's Wax museum.
    • Museum of Fame
      • Batman and Robin burst through a picture of themselves that hangs in the Museum of Fame to surprise The Riddler.
  • Musicians
    • Pussycat
      • Pussycat, a former rock 'n' roll singer now working for Catwoman, scratches Robin with the drug cataphrenic, making him Catwoman's plaything. (Episode That Darn Catwoman)
  • Natural Areas
    • The Bat Cave
      • Batman and Robin's secret headquarters, residing beneath Wayne Manor.
  • Newspapers
    • Gotham City Times
      • Newspaper seen in episode Batman is Riled. Headlines: "CRIME WAVE GROWS!", "POLICE POWERLESS!", "BATMAN AND ROBIN FOILED AGAIN!" and "THE JOKER IS WILD!"
      • Appears in episode Zelda the Great.
      • Appears in episode A Death Worse than Fate.
  • Office Products
    • Colonel Gumm's Super Instant Glue Gone
      • Episode Batman's Satisfaction.
  • Parties
    • Prime Minister's Climax Dinner
      • Held by the Republic of Moldavia during the Gotham City World's Fair in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Prime Minister's Friendship Luncheon
      • Held by the Republic of Moldavia during the Gotham City World's Fair in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • Police Departments
    • Gotham City Police Department
      • Local police department in Gotham City.
  • Prisons
    • Gotham City Penitentiary
      • Hold some of Gotham's most dangerous criminals, located 2 miles north of Gotham Prison 5 miles out of town. episode The Joker is Wild.
    • Gotham State Prison
      • Prison that released The Penguin in episode Fine Feathered Finks. Also seen in episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.
  • Publishing Companies
    • Penthouse Publisher
      • Episode The Joker's Epitaph. On the trail of phony phunds, Batman discovers that the chief teller at Gotham National Bank is a Joker-controlled robot raising funds for the Joker's Penthouse Publisher comic book company.
  • Restaurants-Other
    • The Hang Five
      • Episode Surfs Up! Jokers Under!. Joker and his men shanghai surf champ Skip Parker from the Hang Five, a surfers' hangout. His beach bunny, Barbara Gordon, sees the Jokermobile driving away and phones the Commissioner.
  • Retirement Communities
    • The Famous Joker's Home For Worn Out Bats
      • Retirement home Joker mentions on the air when he takes over the TV studio in episode Batman is Riled.
  • Security Services
    • Penguin's Protective Agency
      • Episode Not Yet, He Aint. Penguin apparently dumps his criminal past when he routs several robberies and establishes the Penguin's Protective Agency to guard society's wealth.
  • Skating Rinks
    • Gotham City Ice Skating
      • Episode Instant Freeze.
  • Social Clubs
    • Gotham State Penitentiary Glee Club
      • Episode The joker is wild.
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Gotham City Eagles
      • Baseball team - Episodes: Instant Freeze, Rats Like Cheese.
    • Motor City Wheels
      • Baseball team Robin mentions in episode Rats Like Cheese.
    • The Pets
      • Baseball team.
    • Windy City Wildcats
      • Baseball team.
  • Sports Teams-Basketball
    • Gotham Gators
      • Basketball team.
  • Stores-Other
    • One Armed Bandit Novelty Company
      • In November 1965, Semple concocted a new villain named The One-Armed Bandit, whose peculiar kick is gimmicked coin machines of all sorts. (episode He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul)
    • Pink Chip Stamp Factory
      • Episode Batman's Satisfaction. Batman and Robin team up with Green Hornet and Kato to stamp out counterfeiting at the Pink Chip Stamps Factory.
  • Substances
    • Nilanium
      • Episode I'll be a Mummy's Uncle. Tut escapes from Mount Ararat Hospital and purchases a piece of land adjacent to Wayne Manor to mine a vein of the world's hardest metal, Nilanium.
  • Theater Companies
    • Gotham City Opera Company
      • Episode The Joker is Wild.
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Glover Avenue
      • Location of the What a Way to Go-Go disco in episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
    • W. 7th Avenue
      • Location of Penguin's umbrella factory in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Route 49
      • Police get lost on their way to Mr. Freeze's hideout in episode Rats Like Cheese.
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • 12th Street
      • (Jefferson & 12th) in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
    • 44th Street
      • Mentioned in episode Instant Freeze.
    • 57th Street
      • Mentioned in episode Instant Freeze.
    • 59th Street
      • Mentioned in episode Instant Freeze.
    • 5th Street
      • Mentioned in episode Instant Freeze.
    • 6th Street
      • Mentioned in episode Instant Freeze.
    • Jefferson Street
      • Location of bank (Jefferson & 12th) in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
  • Transport-Nautical
    • Gotham Steamship Lines
      • Mentioned by the Joker in episode Batman is Riled.
  • Travel Ports
    • Coolidge Square Subway Station
      • Seen in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Gotham Gate
      • Seen in background in the opening scene of episode Hi Diddle Riddle.
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • What's My Crime?
      • Joker's TV game show when he takes over the TV studio in episode Batman is Riled.
  • TV Stations
    • GTZR
      • From Batman TV series.
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • The Batmobile
      • Batman and Robin's car.
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • S.S. Gotham
      • New luxury cruise liner in episode The Joker is Wild.
  • Water
    • Gotham City Beach
      • Beach advertised on poster in Coolidge Square subway station in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Orleans Cove
      • Site of Riddler's imposter Robin trap for Batman in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • White's Pond
      • Mentioned in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
  • Weapons
    • Bat-a-rang
      • Batman's boomerang weapon.
    • Bat-Cuffs
      • Batman's tool for restraining criminals.
    • Bat-Hook
      • Batman's grappling hook.
    • Bat-Laser Beam
      • Batman uses it to burn off the firing pin in Robin's imposter's gun episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Bat-Ray Projector
      • Batman uses it to stop the Riddler's car in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Bat-Rope
      • Batman's tool for climbing and swinging from buildings.
    • Cataphrenic
      • Pussycat, a former rock 'n' roll singer now working for Catwoman, scratches Robin with the drug cataphrenic, making him Catwoman's plaything. (Episode That Darn Catwoman)
    • Detect-a-scope
      • Batman uses it to find Robin's homing transmitter in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Super Instant Mesmerizer
      • Episode Batman Stands Pat. Using his Super Instant Mesmerizer, The Mad Hatter, recently paroled, attempts to capture every member of the jury which originally convicted him.
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