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Hi everyone,

I’m new here. Nice to meet you all!

I’ve seen there are a few Batman scripts on this site. Does anybody have the ‘Clock King’s Crazy Crimes’ script? Would love to read that one.
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Edit: no longer available.
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I have a copy of an original script.
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Thanks for that but it’s the scripts with the directions I’m looking for not just dialogue.

Troy, do you mean the Clock King episode or another script? Would love to see it if you’re willing to share?
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There are some scripts available for purchase as digital pdf files (they get sent to you by e-mail) from www.scriptcity.com.

I also have uploaded my own personal scan of S1 "Fine Finny Fiends" (which is not available from Script City)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gj47xqs8r3s6i ... s.pdf?dl=0
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epaddon wrote: Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:31 am There are some scripts available for purchase as digital pdf files (they get sent to you by e-mail) from www.scriptcity.com.

I also have uploaded my own personal scan of S1 "Fine Finny Fiends" (which is not available from Script City)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gj47xqs8r3s6i ... s.pdf?dl=0
I searched this website and I don't see any 1966 Batman TV scripts. Do you have a direct link to them? Thanks...

And thank you for your making your personal copy script available!
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You're right, my mistake there. I've gotten so many other scripts from them and along the way picked up other Bat scripts that I ended up merging the two together. As I recall other scripts were available for download because the Podcast people were making links available including earlier drafts. I don't have the links handy for those at the moment.
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It's a good thing this was bumped up. The source I mentioned was shut down a few weeks ago. :(
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The To The Batpoles podcast has done numerous script episodes, some that were filmed, and some not. Here are links to them, with links to the scripts on those linked pages, and I certainly recommend the commentary by hosts Tim and Paul Young.

King Tut's Coup/Batman's Waterloo

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/116-vic ... bed-comedy

Unfilmed Catwoman script

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/089-fas ... -batman-66

Unfilmed Joker script

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/110-the ... o-the-fire

Catwoman/Joker teamup

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/106-the ... ohn-s-drew

Egghead/Olga

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/102-egg ... ree-parter

Riddler silent film arc

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/097-the ... ilm-capers

Unfilmed Catwoman script

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/093-the ... -cats-tale

Penguin restaurant arc

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/084-pie ... ple-fessed

Catwoman arc w/Lesley Gore

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/075-rea ... d-catwoman

Archer

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/072-arc ... ew-crooked

Joker Goes to School

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/081-don ... -to-school

First two arcs in season 1, Riddler premiere and Penguin

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/047-bat ... ohn-s-drew

Wail of The Siren--not technically a script episode, but they are included

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/076-a-w ... and-high-c

Impractical Joker

http://tothebatpoles.libsyn.com/050-tur ... ical-joker
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Thanks for sharing High C
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Thanks, Scott!
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Thanks for putting them in one spot, Scott!
Still waiting patiently (!) for the two Sandman scripts...
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BatMite wrote: Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:21 pm
epaddon wrote: Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:31 am There are some scripts available for purchase as digital pdf files (they get sent to you by e-mail) from www.scriptcity.com.

I also have uploaded my own personal scan of S1 "Fine Finny Fiends" (which is not available from Script City)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/gj47xqs8r3s6i ... s.pdf?dl=0
I searched this website and I don't see any 1966 Batman TV scripts. Do you have a direct link to them? Thanks...
Just bumping this thread to report that Script City has recently added some Batman '66 scripts to their inventory.
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Thanks for the update Mr. Glee, whilst I haven't checked them all, there does seem to be a PDF option and physical option on the ones I have looked into on script city.
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Thank you for that tip, Mr. Glee! Just picked up the "Death in Slow Motion" and "The Sandman Cometh" scripts and I'm reading through them. DISM is listed as the final script dated March 7, 1966, I'd say about 95% matching the show as aired, and TSC is, surprisingly, the final draft of the original Ellis St. Joseph script dated June 13, 1966 before it was rewritten to include Catwoman! Now to find the final, final script... :D
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