Universal Antidote prop

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Universal Antidote prop

Post by rsaffle »

Batman’s “Universal Antidote” prop

“This may appear to be a simple prop but it actually took years & tons of cash to replicate the exact formula Batman created and then make it into an easy to chew fun shape that Robin could swallow.

My Bat-Prop #77

I found this was mentioned in several episodes but I can’t remember which episode this image is from.
Anybody know? :lol:

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Re: Universal Antidote prop

Post by eewdoc »

The picture is from the first Catwoman episode.
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Re: Universal Antidote prop

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The Bat-chewables are great! When Batman first aired, they were hocking Chocks chewable vitamins on every kiddie TV show (Captain Kangaroo, e.g.). Chocks were sweet and colorful but shaped like boring little blocks. Flintstones Chewables, a direct descendant of Chocks, didn't arrive until later (in the 70s, I think), but if there had been character-shaped vitamins in 1966, Batman and Robin surely would have been part of my morning routine.
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