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The Joker
Background information
Feature films Batman (1966)
Television programs Batman (1966)
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by Cesar Romero
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Character information
Full name Unknown
Other names The Joker, The clown prince of crime
Personality Evil, psychotic, devious, cruel
Appearance
Birthday
Occupation Crime lord
Affiliations
Goal To kill Batman Robin and Batgirl
Home
Relatives
Pets
Allies
Minions
Enemies Batman, Robin, Batgirl
Likes Causing trouble and mischief, Committing crimes
Dislikes Batman and Robin getting in the way
Powers and abilities
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Fate
Quote A joke a day keeps the gloom away.

The Joker is the main antagonist of the 1960s Batman series.

He is also one of the four main antagonists of Batman The Movie (alongside The Penguin, The Riddler and Catwoman).

He is portrayed by Cesar Romero.

Batman (1960s Series)

The Joker was the Clown Prince of Crime and one of his first goals was to unmask Batman and publicly expose his identity. Some of his crimes were for little more than goofy amusement, while others were far more dangerous.

Some time later, Joker teamed up with Penguin, Catwoman and Riddler to form the United Underworld, to disband the United Nations. His role in the Combination Trap (that was devised by the Riddler) was the Jack-in-the-Box to send Batman flying toward the Penguin's exploding octopus; however, one of the unnamed thugs fell onto the jack in the box and was killed by the exploding octopus. The four super criminals managed to dehydrate the nine members of the United World Security Council and take them to the submarine, however Batman and Robin draw it to the surface, where the Dynamic Duo fight the United Underworld. After taking several beatings from Batman, Robin fights the Joker and defeats him by punching him over the edge, into the water. He is captured along with the other criminals when Batman and Robin chain them to the side of the submarine and Batman calls the coast guard where the police can take them to prison.

His many schemes after this included committing crimes based on the signs of Zodiac, stealing the famous Renaissance art collection for ransom and trying to take over Gotham City with a flying saucer. He can also easily persuade women to help him in his crimes with his charm and wits.

Even though Batman defeated him many times, the felonious funnyman never rested until the last laugh was his.

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