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The following is a list of all 100 five-minute episodes of the Batfink cartoon series.

Overall credits

Production Supervisor: Len Bird
Voices: Len Maxwell, Frank Buxton
Produced and Directed by: Hal Seeger

Episodes

Title Story Animation Scenics Airdate

<tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep1">1</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Pink Pearl of Persia" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1966.04.21</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Batfink says that he knows who has stolen a huge pearl from the museum, but he refuses to tell who did it; this leads everyone, including the thieves, to believe that he's turned crooked. The three crooks in this episode appear again in "Crime College." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep2">2</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Short Circuit Case" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1966.04.21</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo A-Go-Go (in his first appearance) is using his short-circuit device to make trains and traffic signals go wild. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep3">3</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Ebenezer The Freezer" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo and Ebenezer the Freezer plan to freeze the entire city, using a missile loaded with freezing gas. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep4">4</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Sonic Boomer" </td><td>(No credit)</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Boomer, the owner of Boomer Glass Works, is using a jet plane to create window-shattering sonic booms in order to increase business. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep5">5</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Big Ears Ernie" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Big Ears Ernie is a burglar whose super-sensitive hearing allows him to break into safes and avoid capture. The main battle takes place at a construction site. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep6">6</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Batfink on the Rocks" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has stolen all the water from Niagara Falls, and is selling it for five cents a glass. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep7">7</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Manhole Manny" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Manhole Manny, who hides out in the sewer, reaches up through manholes to steal things, such as a valuable painting and the wheels off of police cars. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep8">8</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Mad Movie Maker" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>I. Klein</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Mr. Flick, the Mad Movie Maker, uses a projected image of a meteor to scare everyone out of the city, leaving him free to loot it. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep9">9</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Nuts of the Round Table" </td><td>(No credit)</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is sending out robotic knights to commit robberies for him. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep10">10</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Skinny Minnie" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Skinny Minnie and her gang of rail-thin thugs use their ability to squeeze through tight spaces to commit robberies and hide from the police. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep11">11</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Fatman Strikes Again" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Someone is stealing valuables from fat men's clubs, so Batfink dons an inflatable "fat suit" to find him. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep12">12</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Kitchy Koo Kaper" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo uses his latest invention, a tickle stick, to render people helpless with laughter. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep13">13</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Dirty Sinker" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen,
John Zago</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is using a special submarine to cut through the hulls of ships, so he can rob them and then sink them. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep14">14</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Gluey Louie" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Gluey Louie, who immobilizes people with puddles of glue, steals Benjamin Franklin's kite just as it is being donated to a university. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep15">15</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Brother Goose" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bob Owen,
Dave Ubinas</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Brother Goose (whose name is a takeoff of "Mother Goose") is a crook whose crimes and traps are patterned after nursery rhymes. This criminal appears again in "Crimes in Rhymes." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep16">16</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Chocolate-Covered Diamond" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Two crooks have lost a stolen diamond in a candy factory, so now they're trying to find it by stealing chocolate bars all over town. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep17">17</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Crime College" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is teaching his students (the three crooks from "Pink Pearl of Persia") how to commit crimes and avoid capture, with the help of a heavily armed school bus. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep18">18</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Myron the Magician" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Myron the Magician, who uses magic tricks to commit crimes, steals a valuable painting from a museum and hides out in his specially-gimmicked house. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep19">19</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Brain Washday" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>I. Klein</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.02.06</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo steals a factory's payroll with the help of an instant brainwashing solution that turns people into his willing slaves. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep20">20</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"MPFTBRM" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.31</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo, using his newly-invented Millisecond Photo Flash Temporary Blinding Ray Monocle, has stolen a set of secret plans from a diplomatic courier. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep21">21</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Gloves on the Go-Go" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Maury Reden</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has invented a pair of flying gloves that steal for him; because they look like Batfink's gloves, Batfink is now wanted by the police! </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep22">22</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Sporty Morty" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman,
I. Klein</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.13</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Sporty Morty, who uses sporting equipment to steal things, wants to hunt Batfink and have his head for a trophy. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep23">23</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Go Fly a Bat" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.31</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo uses a cap that shoots lightning bolts to steal a gold idol; later, he flies the unconscious Batfink like a kite during a lightning storm. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep24">24</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Ringading Brothers" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Ringading Brothers use acrobatic skills to steal valuable rings from people's homes. Their name is a takeoff of "Ringling Brothers," and of the Frank Sinatra song Ring-A-Ding-Ding. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep25">25</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Out Out Darn Spot" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Morey Reden,
I. Klein</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo invents a spotlight that projects colorful spots to temporarily blind people; he first uses it to steal a valuable dagger, later to trap Batfink. The title is a takeoff of a famous line from Macbeth. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep26">26</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Goo-Goo A-Go-Go" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has built a grenade-throwing robotic baby to help him commit crimes. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep27">27</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Crimes in Rhymes" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.07</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Brother Goose is back, and committing more crimes based on nursery rhymes. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep28">28</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Stupidman" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Graham Place,
John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Stupidman, who commits crimes that no sensible person would try, has stolen a two-million-dollar scimitar; the police are unable to act, because he's the Chief's brother-in-law! The crook's name is a takeoff of "Superman." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep29">29</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"A Living Doll" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.31</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has built a mechanical Batfink lookalike, and Karate must determine who's who in order to save Batfink's life. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep30">30</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Bat Patrol" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.13</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's mechanical soldiers have declared war on law and order. The title is a takeoff of The Rat Patrol. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep31">31</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Dig That Crazy Mountain" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.01.20</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Professor Vibrato has broken out of jail using his ultrasonic cello, and Batfink pursues him to his mountaintop hideout. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep32">32</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Spin the Batfink" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.02.06</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> A junk dealer is using a machine to create artificial tornadoes, which steal money and junk for him. This episode contains the first half of a hidden political message; the second half is in "Bride and Doom." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep33">33</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Greasy Gus" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.23</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Greasy Gus, who uses puddles of grease to trip people up, has stolen the police payroll; the police won't work without pay, so it is up to Batfink to bring Gus in. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep34">34</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Mark of Zero" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.13</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Plus A. Minus, alias Zero (a parody of Zorro), has stolen an original manuscript for The Three Musketeers. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep35">35</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Swami Salami" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.18</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Snake charmer Swami Salami uses the Indian rope trick to rob penthouses. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep36">36</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Human Pretzel" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen,
Bill Focht</td><td>1967.04.24</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> A contortionist called The Human Pretzel has stolen a box of diamonds, and is hiding out at a carnival. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep37">37</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Jumping Jewelry" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Professor Hopper, owner of a flea circus, uses his trained fleas to steal jewelry. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep38">38</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Roz the Schnozz" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.24</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Roz the Schnozz uses her bloodhound-like nose to sniff out valuables and to avoid the police. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep39">39</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Karate's Case" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Bill Ackerman,
I. Klein</td><td>Bob Owen,
Bill Focht</td><td>1967.04.07</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Someone impersonating Karate has stolen the Gold Hand of Kara-Tay from a museum; Karate, determined to clear his name, insists on taking charge of this case. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep40">40</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Wishbone Boner" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owens</td><td>1967.05.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Lucky Chuck, the luckiest crook in town, has stolen a dinosaur wishbone. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep41">41</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Hugo for Mayor" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.18</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Marked money from a bank robbery is planted on the Chief and the Mayor, as part of Hugo's plan to get himself elected mayor. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep42">42</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Indian Taker" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen,
John Zago</td><td>1967.03.23</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is using an Indian (i.e., Native American) motif for his latest crime spree, "because I don't look good as a cowboy!" The title is a takeoff of the term "Indian giver." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep43">43</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Devilish Device" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.29</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's latest invention makes people behave like animals, and he's using it to turn Batfink into a chicken. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep44">44</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Goldstinger" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.03.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is using a "goldstinger" — a wand that instantly encases people and things in gold plate — to turn the heroes into immobile statues. The title of this cartoon is a takeoff of Goldfinger. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep45">45</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Shady Shadow" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.18</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's machine has brought his shadow to life, so that it can commit crimes and fight Batfink for him. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep46">46</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Party Marty" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Morey Reden</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.03.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Party Marty, who uses party favors to commit crimes, steals Cleopatra's love letters from a library. A reader in the library keeps shushing people throughout this cartoon. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep47">47</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Beep Bopper" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.07</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's newest machine has brainwashed Batfink's BEEP into leading the heroes into one trap after another. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep48">48</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Super Trap" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's electronic jamming device is turning all the machines in the Split-Level Cave against the heroes, including a trap of Batfink's devising that even Batfink can't escape from. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep49">49</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Bride and Doom" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has invented a mechanical bride to help him commit crimes; the climax of the action takes place at Niagara Falls. This episode contains the second half of a hidden political message; the first half is in "Spin the Batfink." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep50">50</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Topsy Turvy" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.04.24</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Professor Flippo's invention turns people and things upside-down; he uses it as part of a death trap in which Batfink is trapped. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep51">51</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Rotten Rainmaker" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Peter Dakis</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.08</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Rotten Rainmaker's weather-controlling device is raining out a planned missile launch, and he demands one million dollars to stop. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep52">52</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Gypsy James" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.05.29</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Gypsy James is a crooked fortune teller who steals parking meters; he uses a voodoo doll to battle Batfink. His name is a takeoff of "Jesse James." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep53">53</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Kooky Chameleon" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.19</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Chameleon (no relation) is an art thief from France who uses portable camouflage screens to hide from his pursuers. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep54">54</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Beanstalk Jack" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Beanstalk Jack (a parody of Jack and the Beanstalk) is a farmer who uses instant giant beanstalks to commit crimes; he traps the heroes in a Rube Goldberg-style death trap involving a beanstalk. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep55">55</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Time Stopper" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Jim Logan</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.19</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's latest device can stop time itself for everyone but him, and he uses it to rob a bank. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep56">56</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Kangarobot" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen,
Bill Focht</td><td>1967.05.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has built a robotic kangaroo that can leap tall buildings, provide Hugo with a quick getaway, and fight. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep57">57</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Presto-Chango-Hugo" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.08</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo is spraying the entire city with Presto-Chango, a chemical that causes people to swap personalities; as a result, Batfink and Karate become each other. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep58">58</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Curly the Cannonball" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Curly the Human Cannonball is using his routine to break into jewelry stores so he can rob them. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep59">59</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Robber Hood" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.05.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Robber Hood (a parody of Robin Hood) uses his archery skills to rob money from banks, so he can give it to himself. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep60">60</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Slow Down! Speed Up!" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's latest device can change the speed of whomever it is aimed at; he's using it to slow down his enemies and speed himself up. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep61">61</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Sandman Sam" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.21</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Sandman Sam is committing crimes with the help of his "slumber sand," which can put anyone to sleep; it even turns Batfink's BEEP into ZZZZ. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep62">62</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Yo-Yo A-Go-Go" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has a yo-yo which is designed to place a stick of dynamite wherever he wants. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep63">63</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Hugo's Hoke" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Jim Logan</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.06.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has blanketed the city with "Hoke" — hate-inducing smoke — causing everyone to be distracted from Hugo's crimes by their own constant bickering; even Batfink and Karate are at each other's throats. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep64">64</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Backwards Box" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.01</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's latest device makes people and things go backwards; after Batfink escapes from one of Hugo's traps, Hugo uses the box to make him go back into it. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep65">65</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Great Escapo" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Graham Place</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Great Escapo escapes from prison, and seals Batfink inside four famous traps at the same time, challenging him to get out. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep66">66</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Watch My Smoke" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has an Aladdin-style lamp, which produces a thick black smoke that obeys Hugo's commands. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep67">67</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Daniel Boom" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.06.21</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Daniel Boom (a parody of Daniel Boone) uses explosives to commit crimes and to trap the heroes. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep68">68</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Queenie Bee" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.05.29</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Queenie Bee's trained bees scare away a museum guard so that she can steal a valuable painting. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep69">69</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Thief from Baghdad" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Robert Taylor</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Sabubu, the Thief from Baghdad, steals a priceless gem from a museum and makes his getaway on a flying carpet; his hideout is a carpet store. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep70">70</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Mean Green Midget" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.07.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Mean Green Midget (a parody of the Jolly Green Giant) creates special plants and vegetables to help him commit crimes, such as a flower that sneaks money out of a bank. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep71">71</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Double Double Crossers" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.06.08</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo claims that an impersonator of him is going to rob the bank, and that he himself is innocent; it is really a robot double that Hugo himself built, so he can have an alibi for his own crimes. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep72">72</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Baffling Bluffs of Hugo A-Go-Go" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.15</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo fools people into thinking that everyday objects are actually powerful weapons, so he can rob them easily. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep73">73</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Napoleon Blownapart" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.06.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> In this pun-loaded episode, a lunatic called Napoleon Blownapart (a parody of Napoleon Bonaparte) is using hand grenades to blow up statues in the park. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep74">74</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Atom Boom" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
Jim Logan</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.07.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo pretends to surrender in order to lure Batfink into a seemingly inescapable trap he calls the Atom Boom (a takeoff of the atom bomb). </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep75">75</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Magneto the Magnificent" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.07.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Magneto (no relation) is a crook whose magnetic gauntlets help him to steal things. His voice is modeled after Cary Grant's. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep76">76</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Hugo the Crimefighter" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.21</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo gains a reputation as a costumed crimefighter, in order to put Batfink out of business. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep77">77</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Trojan Horse Thief" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.07.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's new vehicle is an armored, heavily armed "Trojan Horse" that can tear into vaults. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep78">78</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Zap Sap" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
James Logan</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.09.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo builds a "flying saucer" and fools everyone into thinking he's an alien. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep79">79</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Unhappy Birthday" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> On Batfink's birthday, Hugo tries a number of ways to destroy him, from a grenade in a gift box to a giant cake with a stick of dynamite for a candle. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep80">80</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Buster the Ruster" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.07.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Buster the Ruster uses a spray gun loaded with "rust dust" to disintegrate safes and policemen's guns. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep81">81</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Karate's Day Off" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Bob Taylor</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> On his day off, Karate is fooled by two crooks into believing that Batfink is their hostage, and is forced to help them steal. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep82">82</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Mike the Mimic" </td><td>Nick Meglin</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.28</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Mike the Mimic uses his impersonation skills to trap Batfink and take his place. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep83">83</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Cinderobber" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Chief's new cleaning lady has stolen the police payroll, and accidentally left one of her shoes behind; it can only be Cinderobber (a parody of Cinderella)! </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep84">84</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Bouncey Bouncey Batfink" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.06.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> The Bouncer, a former bouncer, uses a chemical spray to turn the bridge into rubber, and he demands one million dollars to "derubberize" it. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep85">85</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Bomber Bird" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has built a giant mechanical pigeon that drops explosive eggs. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep86">86</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"The Copycat Bat" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.06.30</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Using mechanical steel wings, Hugo impersonates Batfink while stealing the city payroll. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep87">87</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Old King Cruel" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Old King Cruel (a parody of Old King Cole) steals money from a charity and candy from a baby. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep88">88</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Victor the Predictor" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Morey Reden</td><td>Bill Focht</td><td>1967.09.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Victor the Predictor publicly predicts that a valuable gem will disappear and Batfink will be destroyed; Victor has secretly arranged for his predictions to come true. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep89">89</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Goldyunlocks and the Three Baers" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.07.26</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Goldyunlocks (a parody of Goldilocks) robs the bank with the aid of her henchmen, the three Baer brothers. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep90">90</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Jerkules" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
James Tyer</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.14</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's machine has given him superhuman strength, which he uses to commit crimes under the name "Jerkules" (because he doesn't want Hercules to sue him). </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep91">91</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Hugo Here, Hugo There" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Martin Taras,
John Gentilella</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.15</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo's new "here-and-there belt" lets him teleport into and out of bank vaults, and send Batfink to random places around the world. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep92">92</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Bowl Brummel" </td><td>Nick Meglin</td><td>Dave Tendlar,
Milton Stein</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.10.04</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Ex-champion bowler Bowl Brummel (whose name is a play on "Beau Brummel") uses an exploding bowling ball to rob several jewelry stores at once. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep93">93</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Fleiderfink" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.15</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Operatic understudy Harold Hamboné uses a special powder to make the star lose his voice, so that he can go on instead. The title is a takeoff of Die Fleidermaus, an opera whose title translates as "The Bat." </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep94">94</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Blankenstein" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.08.03</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Green-skinned Blankenstein (whose name is a takeoff of "Frankenstein") has a gun that shoots "blanks" that blank out people's memories. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep95">95</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Whip Van Winkle" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Tom Golden,
Arnie Levy</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.28</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> When he isn't napping, Whip Van Winkle (whose name is a play on "Rip Van Winkle") uses whips to rob people. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep96">96</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Tough Macduff" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Martin Taras,
Frank Endres</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.10.04</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Tough Macduff, Batfink's oldest enemy, has gathered together all of Batfink's foes (from all the previous episodes) and is giving the hero an ultimatum: get out of town, or be destroyed! </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep97">97</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Judy Jitsu" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Bill Ackerman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.28</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Martial artist Judy Jitsu (whose name is derived from "Jujutsu") steals a valuable set of jewelry; the heroes track her down, even though Karate is falling for her. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep98">98</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Ego A-Go-Go" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.09.12</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Hugo has sprayed Batfink with a chemical called Ego A-Go-Go that has turned him into a narcissist, thus making him easier to fight. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep99">99</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Father Time Bomb" </td><td>Heywood Kling</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.10.04</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Father Time Bomb (who resembles Father Time) informs the Chief that he's planted a time bomb somewhere in the city; the heroes look for it, not knowing that it is at police headquarters. </td></tr> <tr class="vevent" style="text-align: center; background:#F2F2F2"><td id="ep100">100</td> <td class="summary" style="text-align: left;">"Batfink — This Is Your Life" </td><td>Dennis Marks</td><td>Myron Waldman</td><td>Bob Owen</td><td>1967.10.04</td></tr><tr><td class="description" style="border-bottom:3px solid #FF0000" colspan="6"> Trapped in a seemingly inescapable death trap by Hugo, Batfink sees his life flash before his eyes, and we see how he first became a steel-winged crimefighter. The title is taken from This Is Your Life. </td></tr>

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