Appearing in "Journey To the Top of the World!"
- Hans Verglas (Single appearance)
- Paul Frechet (Single appearance)
- Ramon Nosotro (Single appearance)
- Sidney Smythe Impostor (Single appearance)
- Sidney Smythe (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Journey To the Top of the World!"
Batman and Robin are summoned by the FBI and tasked to recover a valuable microfilm atop Mount K-4 in the Himalayas. The microfilm was lost in an accident and it contains the names of many members of an international crime cartel. For this purpose, the Dynamic Duo join a mountain expedition to the mountain as Bruce Martin and Dick Green. During their mission, they come across a criminal hired by the underworld who wants to retrieve the microfilm before the law enforcement. Batman and Robin fight the criminal on the mountain and they manage to retrieve the microfilm, after which they return home.
Appearing in "Batman, Baby-Sitter!"
- "Whitey" Willis
- Jane (Bruce Wayne's cousin)
- Junior (Jane's son)
- Bossy (cow)(Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Batman, Baby-Sitter!"
Bruces Wayne's cousin, Jane, drops off her baby unexpectedly at Wayne Manor, hoping for Bruce to take care of him. Bruce is forced to deal with the baby and he recruits Robin and Alfred's help to check over the baby while he goes to fight crime. Batman's job as a crime-fighter is just as demanding as taking care of the kid, who innocently starts calling Bruce, "Batman." After a series of events, Jane returns and takes her baby home, giving the heroes a break from such strenuous activity.
Appearing in "The Caveman Batman"
- Rog; Tiger Man (Single appearance)
- Borr (Single appearance)
- Carter Nichols (Cameo)
- Dr. William Sayre (Single appearance)
- Chief Warra (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Caveman Batman"
An archaeologist finds evidence that men and dinosaurs existed together at one point, but his discovery is considered fake by the Gotham Museum. In order to learn the truth of the mystery, Batman and Robin ask their friend Carter Nichols to send them back in time to the pre-historic era, where they find a hero by the name of Tiger-Man. The Dynamic Duo help Tiger-Man confront the villain called Borr, who keeps a frozen dinosaur in his cave hideout and threatens the nearby tribemen with its release if they don't comply with his wishes. During the confrontation, the ice that contains the beast begins to thaw and soon, the dinosaur is free to roam among men. The dinosaur does not live long in the environment of the Stone Age, but served its purpose by driving out Borr and his men. Tiger-man pledges to recreate the entire story on stone, thus giving an explanation for the archaeologist's discovery.
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