Jean Byron

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VIDEO: Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club

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Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club
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Length: 13:25:00
Aired: 1/18/1968

Nora Clavicle, a women's rights activist, uses her influence to have Commissioner Gordon, Chief O'Hara, and the whole police force fired and replaced with women. She cuts ties with Batman and Robin, then launches her plan to blow up Gotham City with explosive-packed mice and collect on the insurance. The Terrific Trio look for a way to neutralize her mechanical hordes before it's too late. watch

VIDEO: Nora Clavicle And The Ladies' Crime Club

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Nora Clavicle And The Ladies' Crime Club
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 1/18/1968

Nora Clavicle, a women's rights activist, uses her influence to have Commissioner Gordon, Chief O'Hara, and the whole police force fired and replaced with women. watch

VIDEO: Catwoman Goes To College

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Catwoman Goes To College
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 1/18/1968

Catwoman is released from prison, and claiming she wants to enrich her education, enrolls at Gotham City University. watch

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Flareup
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Invisible Invaders
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Invisible Invaders
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Invisible Invaders

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Credits

Year Title Description
1969 Flareup Movie, Actor - Jerri Benton
1963 The Patty Duke Show TV Show Series, Actor - Natalie Lane
1963 Wall Of Noise Movie, Actor - Mrs. Harrington
1960 Full Circle TV Show Series, Actor - Kit Aldrich
1959 Invisible Invaders Movie, Actor - Phyllis Penner

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Patty Duke Returns to TV in Hawaii Five-0

These days, a lot of TV actresses are taking on dual roles: The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev (Elena/Katherine), Ringer's Sarah Michelle Gellar (Bridget/Siobhan) and The Lying Game's Alexandra Chando (Emma/Sutton). But back in 1963, Patty Duke was all on her own as identical cousins Patty and Cathy Lane on The Patty Duke Show. "We didn't have digital anything," recalls Duke, 64. "We'd [shoot] the Patty side first, then everyone would stand in place while I sneaked off and came back dressed as Cathy. In postproduction, they would actually split the celluloid."

Tonight Duke is returning to TV for a guest appearance on Hawaii Five-0. It's a role she couldn't turn down. "I play a woman in the second stage of Alzheimer's whose son was involved in a nefarious deal with gold coins in the ocean," says Duke, who took home the best supporting actress Oscar for The Miracle Worker in 1962. "McGarrett [Alex O'Loughlin] and Lori [Lauren German] come to inform my character that her son is dead and find that I'm living 20 or 30 years in the past. In her head, [her] son is still a boy coming home from school any minute for a sandwich."
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