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Trouble Identity (1977) Episode B-3- The New Adventures of Batman Cartoon Episode Guide Trouble Identity

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Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson introduce Barbara Gordon to Professor Norquest, whose latest invention is an ecological triumph. A converter that creates fabrics and furs from trash and waste. But our heroes witness it being stolen by Catwoman, impersonating Batgirl to frame her for the crime while she tries to make herself rich. Batman and Robin pursue Catwoman while Batgirl tries to clear her name and is chased by the police. Together, Batman, Robin, and Batgirl with unwanted help from BatMite finally bring the feline culprit to justice and the invention is destroyed.

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This was the one episode that stood out most in my mind from my childhood. I hope these are released on video someday soon. This episode has Catwoman masquerading as Batgirl. How cool is this? Thanks for bringing back such good...  (read more)

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