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VIDEO: Batman Makes the Scenes

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Batman Makes the Scenes
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Length: 14:46:20
Aired: 5/5/1966

The Penguin learns the location of the Multi-millionaires Annual Award Dinner from Alfred: on board Bruce Wayne's S.S. Gotham Neptune. His female fink Finella replaces the beauty queen for the chosen charity Miss Natural Resources, pops out of a giant cake at the diner and proceeds to gas all the multimillionaires present, as well as Bruce Wayne and Master Grayson's replacements: Batman and Robin. watch

VIDEO: Batman makes the scenes [HD]

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Batman makes the scenes [HD]
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Length: 26:00
Aired: 5/5/1966

The Penguin learns the location of the Multi-millionaires Annual Award Dinner from Alfred: on board Bruce Wayne's S.S. Gotham Neptune. watch

VIDEO: Batman makes the scenes

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Batman makes the scenes
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 26:00
Aired: 5/5/1966

The Penguin learns the location of the Multi-millionaires Annual Award Dinner from Alfred: on board Bruce Wayne's S.S. Gotham Neptune. watch

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Breakheart Pass
Journey Through Rosebud
The Greatest
Will Penny

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Credits

Year Title Description
1977 The Greatest Movie, Director
1976 Breakheart Pass Movie, Director
1976 Helter Skelter Movie, Director
1976 Helter Skelter Movie, Producer
1975 Breakout Movie, Director

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Would you please describe for ...

Question: Would you please describe for me The Rat Patrol, the TV program about the group of soldiers riding in a jeep in the desert? It was my son's favorite program! I recall that the group appeared on the cover of TV Guide. Thanks!


Answer: That I will, Glenn. The Rat Patrol, which ran on ABC for two years beginning in September 1966, was based on the exploits of the real-life British Long Range Desert Group and focused on three Yanks and a Brit fighting the Germans of the Afrika Korps in North Africa during World War II. Sgt. Jack Moffitt (Gary Raymond), a demolitions expert, was the lone Englishman of a crew commanded by Sgt. Sam Troy (Chris George). Youngster Pvt. Mark Hitchcock (Lawrence Casey) and Pvt. Tully Pettigrew (Justin Tarr) rounded out the Rat Patrollers, who tooled around the desert making life miserable for the remarkably slow German tanks and their remarkably myopic gunners, read more

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