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The 1001 Faces Of The Riddler (1968) Episode BR-05- Batman Cartoon Episode Guide The 1001 Faces Of The Riddler

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  • Batman Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Batman/Bruce Wayne, Robin/Dick Grayson, Alfred Pennyworth, Commissioner Gordon, Riddler.
  • Originally Released in 1968.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 6 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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The 1001 Faces Of The Riddler

Posted: November 06, 2002

Good Riddler episode

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I love the Riddler. Maybe it's the green suit or just his goofy laugh, but for some reason I love him. He could also be the worst Batman villian ever. He manages to be both the smartest Batman villian and the most stupid Batman villian at the same time. He'd be a pretty good thief if he just STOPPED SENDING THE WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE MORONIC RIDDLES! Will he ever learn? Oh,well.
This episode finds the Riddler using disguises of various people, including Bruce Wayne and Commisioner Gordon, to commit his puzzling crimes. Another riddle leads Batman and Robin to an abandoned(they're always abandoned, aren't they?) construction site. Unfortunately for the dynamic duo, it also leads them into a trap. They get tied up in the top floor of the building, while Riddler is bringing it down with a wrecking ball! Our quick-witted heroes manage to escape their captor, and eventually snag the villian. All in a day's work for Batman and Robin.

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