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The Wild World of Batwoman is a 1966 American science fiction superhero film directed by Jerry Warren. The film stars Katherine Victor as Batwoman, George Andre as Professor G. Octavius Neon, and Steve Brodie as Jim Flanagan. With the popularity of the Batman television series, director Jerry Warren decided to make his own bat-figured superhero film. After winning a settlement from being sued for copyright infringement, Warren re-released the film under the title She Was a Hippy Vampire.
Batwoman employs the services of several young female agents known as "Batgirls", in her pursuit of justice. Her archenemy is a masked villain named "Rat Fink". Added to the mix is the President and Vice-President of the "Ayjax" Corporation. The company, using plutonium as its fuel source, has created a powerful listening device called "The Atomic Hearing Aid", which allows for limitless eavesdropping. The company has been ordered to destroy the hearing aid by the US Government when the government turned down the offer to buy the listening device (due to its unstable power supply) but the President of the company has refused to do so and now is being confronted by Rat Fink about selling him the device. The Vice President of Ayjax recruits Batwoman to protect the device but Rat Fink's minions use drugged bowls of soup to drug Batwoman and her allies and steal the device. The two storm the lair and retrieve it, unmasking Rat Fink and converting several of his minions to the side of justice after they fall in love with the Batgirls.
|PROF. G. OCTAVIUS NEON||George Mitchell|
|JIM FLANAGAN||Steve Brodie|
|J.B. CHRISTIANS - RAT FINK||Richard Banks|
|SPIRITS IN SEANCE||Bob Arbogast|
|THE YOUNG GIANTS||The Young Giants|
|KIDNAPPED BATGIRL||Suzanne Lodge|