The 1001 Faces Of The RiddlerThe 1001 Faces Of The Riddler (1968) Episode BR-05- Batman Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Filmation Associates, Duconvy Productions Inc.
- Batman Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Batman/Bruce Wayne, Robin/Dick Grayson, Alfred Pennyworth, Commissioner Gordon, Riddler.
- Vocal Talent: Olan Soulé (Bruce N. Wayne/Batman), Casey Kasem (Dick Greyson/Robin), Jane Webb (Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, Villainesses), Ted Knight (Narrator, Alfred Pennyworth, Riddler, The Pieman), Cliff Owens.
- Directed By Hal Sutherland.
Associate Directors: Rudy Larriva, Amby Paliwoda, Don Towsley, Lou Zukor.
- Produced By Norm Prescott, Lou Scheimer.
Executive Producer: Allen Duconvy.
- Animated By Bill Hajee, Ralph Somerville, Len Rogers, Murray McCellan, Len Redman, Jim Brummett, Bob Carr, Russ Von Neida, Bob Bransford, Joan Orbison, Bill Prett, Marshall Lamore, Bob Bentley, Jack Foster, Norm McCabe, George Grandpré, Judy Drake, Bill Reed, Chic Otterstrom, Les Kaluza, Xenia, Bill Hutten, Otto Feuer, Ken Southworth, Jack Ozark, Reuber Timmins, Ed Friedman, Butch Davis, Virgil Raddatz, Bob Trochim, Virgil Ross, Tom McDonald, Dave Tendlar, Bob Matz, Paul Krukowski, Dick Hall.
- Written By George Kashdan.
- Art Director: Don Christensen.
- Storyboard: Sherman Labby, Oscar Dufau, Mike O'Conner, Jan Green, Gary Lund.
- Layout: Dan Noonan, Ray Vinella, Herb Hazelton, C.L. Hartman, Jacques Rupp, Ray Jacobs, Kay Wright, Louise Sandov.
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The Riddler uses various disguises in order to commit his dastardly deeds. After escaping the Dynamic Duo once, his next clue leads them to a construction site. It turns out to be a trap, as Batman and Robin get tied up at the top floor of a building that's about... (more)