|Real name:||Selina Kyle|
|Aliases:|| Queen of Criminals|
Princess of Plunder
|Portrayed by:||Eartha Kitt|
|Appearances:||Batman (1960s series)|
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Catwoman was an arch-nemesis of Batman.
It is unclear if the Catwoman from the third season, portrayed by Eartha Kitt, is intended to be the same character portrayed by Julie Newmar. However, their race change, slight personality change, and the fact that Julie's Catwoman appears once more after Eartha's would suggest that they are two different characters.
Weapons and EquipmentEdit
- Hair-raising bomb - Destroys the hairdos of any women in the area.
- Kitty Car - A green vehicle made to look like a cat.
- Cat Lily perfume - Not known to have any criminal uses, but probably smells nice.
- Cat's whiskers - Thin ropes used to tie someone up, they contract when in contact with body heat.
- Manx and Angora (portrayed by James Griffith and Dirk Evans) - Catwoman's henchmen and amateur fasion critics.
- Joker - Joker teamed up with Catwoman and helped her find a cache of gunpowder hidden for a hundred years.
- Giggler and Laugher (portrayed by Sandy Kevin and Bobby Hall) - Catwoman's henchmen, both were looking forward very much to working with Joker.
- Lucky Pierre (portrayed by Pierre Salinger) - Catwoman's attorney who presented her and Joker's case. He wore a lucky wishbone in his hat and claimed he never lost a case. But after it was revealed that he and Catwoman rigged the jury, he lost his first case, thus he destroyed his lucky wishbone and stormed out.
- Marvin the Moose and Dave the Dummy - They worked with Catwoman in the past. Lucky Pierre disguised them and put them on the jury in Batman's case against her.
- 32 Pussyfoot Road, in the heart of Gotham City's garment center
- The Hotel Sleazy, across the street from Police Headquarters
- The Grimalkin Novelty Company
Behind the scenesEdit
- Eartha Kitt was the third actress to portray a live-action Catwoman, following Julie Newmar and Lee Meriwether.