Batman (1966–1968)
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The Unkindest Tut of All 

King Tut has been predicting crimes, then secretly making sure they happen in order to gain the police's confidence. He hopes to then send them on a false lead while he commits the crime of... See full summary »

Director:

Sam Strangis

Writers:

Stanley Ralph Ross, Bob Kane (based upon characters appearing in "Batman" and "Detective" comics magazines created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Adam West ... Batman
Burt Ward ... Robin
Yvonne Craig ... Batgirl
Alan Napier ... Alfred
Neil Hamilton ... Commissioner Gordon
Stafford Repp ... Chief O'Hara
Victor Buono ... King Tut
Patti Gilbert Patti Gilbert ... Shirley
Larry Duran ... Nubis
Cathleen Cordell ... Librarian
Richard Krisher ... Cop
John Ramsey John Ramsey ... TV Announcer
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King Tut has been predicting crimes, then secretly making sure they happen in order to gain the police's confidence. He hopes to then send them on a false lead while he commits the crime of the century. After failing an attempt to discover Batman's true identity, he gives his biggest prediction - a jailbreak of several super criminals. While the entire police force is sent to the penitentiary, Tut nabs a collection of priceless Egyptian scrolls from the Gotham City Library. The scrolls contain the key to an ancient statue, rumored to give its possessor control of the universe. Written by Twenty Penguins

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Language:

English

Release Date:

19 October 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Trivia

Tut refers to Bruce Wayne as a millionaire playboy and man about town. This was taken from the opening narration to The Shadow radio series, which used the same description for The Shadow's alter ego Lamont Cranston. The Shadow has long been cited as an inspiration in the creation of the Batman character. See more »

Goofs

Batman lectures Robin that "the Constitution provides that a man is innocent until proven guilty". Though presumption of innocence is widely held to follow from the 5th, 6th, and 14th Amendments, the phrase does not appear anywhere in the Constitution. See more »

Quotes

Batman: What's it all about, Alfred?
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Connections

Featured in Pioneers of Television: Superheroes (2013) See more »

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Yet Another Cool King Tut Show
28 March 2010 | by StuOzSee all my reviews

Some great moments to be found here. In my youth I really liked the sci-fic start with Dick communicating with Bruce by talking into a glowing ball. Kid's like that stuff and it was a nice change from the usual start to a Batman show.

King Tut is a scream with "A delayed echo in here?" and "He's going to go straight to the Bat-cave and put on that corny blue outfit". Even in my youth I found these lines funny.

On the negative side. More of those cheap sets with a black, totally black, background. And Gordon goes for one of the oldest and dumbest jokes in the book, when talking to someone on the phone he says: "You don't say, you don't say, you don't say?". You know the rest.

This is well worth watching for Victor Buono as King Tut as Tut is the second most amusing bad guy on the series, The Joker is the most amusing.


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