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rdfs:label
  • Penguin (Adam West Batman)
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  • The Penguin is the secondary antagonist in the 1960s Batman TV series and is also the secondary antagonist of the 1966 film. He is known for his love of birds and his specialized high-tech umbrellas. One of Gotham City's top criminals, Penguin almost always tries to cover up his criminal activities with some other false enterprise. He often pretends to be going straight, and usually wins the hearts of all Gothamites before revealing his true motives. He also loves discrediting Batman and Robin. But Batman always wins out because he doesn't concern himself with popular opinion, his dedication to solving the crime at hand allows him to cut right to the heart of Penguin's schemes. Penguin also fancies himself to be quite the ladies' man. He carries himself with an aristocratic air, and is alw
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type of villain
  • Crime Lord / Mastermind / Magnificent Bastard / Archenemy
Goals
  • Defeat Batman, Robin and Batgirl
Origin
  • Batman
Skills
  • Manipulation, Umbrella Gun
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Alias
  • The Penguin, Pengy, The Waddling Master of Foul Play, Maestro of Criminal Umbrellas, The Black Bird of Prey, P.N. Gwynne, K.G. Bird, umbrella factory owner Knott, A. Fish, Don Juan Penguin
Hobby
  • Lying, Manipulating, Collecting Umbrella's, Tricking people
Occupation
  • Crime Lord
Fullname
  • Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot
Size
  • 288
abstract
  • The Penguin is the secondary antagonist in the 1960s Batman TV series and is also the secondary antagonist of the 1966 film. He is known for his love of birds and his specialized high-tech umbrellas. One of Gotham City's top criminals, Penguin almost always tries to cover up his criminal activities with some other false enterprise. He often pretends to be going straight, and usually wins the hearts of all Gothamites before revealing his true motives. He also loves discrediting Batman and Robin. But Batman always wins out because he doesn't concern himself with popular opinion, his dedication to solving the crime at hand allows him to cut right to the heart of Penguin's schemes. Penguin also fancies himself to be quite the ladies' man. He carries himself with an aristocratic air, and is always formally attired. A cigarette is always on hand, and since he is one of refined tastes, Penguin uses a cigarette holder. He was portrayed by the late Burgess Meredith.
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