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  • Leslie Perkins as Octavia wearing a purple and orange striped mod dress in the episodes "The Minstrel's Shakedown" and "Barbecued Batman?" of the 1966 series "Batman."
    • Twentieth Century Fox Television

    Batman: The Minstrel's Shakedown and Barbecued Batman?

    1966

    Costume seen on Leslie Perkins as Octavia

  • Phyllis Douglas as Josie Miller wearing a purple and orange striped mod dress in the episodes "The Joker's Last Laugh" and "The Joker's Epitaph" of the 1967 series "Batman."
    • Twentieth Century Fox Television

    Batman: The Joker's Last Laugh and The Joker's Epitaph

    1967

    Costume seen on Phyllis Douglas as Josie Miller

  • Ida Lupino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft wearing a purple and orange striped mod dress in the episode "The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra" of the 1968 series "Batman."
    • Twentieth Century Fox Television

    Batman: The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra

    1968

    Costume seen on Ida Lupino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft

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About the Costume

The bright purple and orange mod dress was used three times in the Batman television series. It was first worn by Leslie Perkins as Octavia in the 1966 back-to-back episodes The Minstrel’s Shakedown and Barbecued Batman?, where she was incorrectly credited as “Amanda.” In 1967 the dress was worn by Phyllis Douglas as Josie Miller in The Joker’s Last Laugh and The Joker’s Epitaph. Finally, in 1968 it was worn by Ida Lupino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft in the episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.

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About the Costume

The bright purple and orange mod dress was used three times in the Batman television series. It was first worn by Leslie Perkins as Octavia in the 1966 back-to-back episodes The Minstrel’s Shakedown and Barbecued Batman?, where she was incorrectly credited as “Amanda.” In 1967 the dress was worn by Phyllis Douglas as Josie Miller in The Joker’s Last Laugh and The Joker’s Epitaph. Finally, in 1968 it was worn by Ida Lupino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft in the episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.

The bright purple and orange mod dress was used three times in the Batman television series. It was first worn by Leslie Perkins as Octavia in the 1966 back-to-back episodes The Minstrel’s Shakedown and Barbecued Batman?, where she was incorrectly credited as “Amanda.” In 1967 the dress was worn by Phyllis Douglas as Josie Miller in The Joker’s Last Laugh and The Joker’s Epitaph. Finally, in 1968 it was worn by Ida Lupino as Dr. Cassandra Spellcraft in the episode The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • High C
Costume Designer:
  • Pat Barto

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