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The Archer appears in two consecutive episodes of the 1960s Batman television series.

History

Archer is a modern-day Robin Hood who robs from the rich and gives to the poor.

Equipment

  • Bow and Arrow
  • Quiver

Known Associates

The Archer (Art Carney)

Just as Batman and Robin do not go at crime-fighting alone, Archer needs fellow partners in crime to assist him with his malicious schemes:

  • Maid Marilyn (portrayed by Barbara Nichols) - Archer's female assistant. Her name is a spoof of Maid Marian. She is usually seen cooking, eating, or having just eaten a fried chicken leg.
  • Big John (portrayed by Loren Ewing) - Archer's henchman. His name is a spoof of Little John.
  • Crier Tuck (portrayed by Doodles Weaver) - Archer's henchman. His name is a spoof of Friar Tuck.
  • Allan A. Dale (portrayed by Robert Cornthwaite) - Archer's henchman.
  • First Poor Person (portrayed by Robert Adler) - Archer's henchman.
  • Second Poor Person (portrayed by Heidi Winston) - Archer's molls
  • Third Poor Person (portrayed by Kitty Kelly) - Archer's molls
  • Poor Person #1 (portrayed by Maria Andre) - Archer's molls
  • Poor Person #2 (portrayed by Audrey Betz) - Archer's molls
  • Poor Person #3 (portrayed by Jane Crowley) - Archer's henchman
  • Poor Person #4 (portrayed by Jimmie Horan) - Archer's henchman
  • Poor Person #5 (portrayed by Johnny Kern) - Archer's henchman
  • Poor Person #6 (portrayed by Dominica Rico) - Archer's molls
  • Poor Person #7 (portrayed by Eleanore Vogel) - Archer's molls

Appearances

Trivia

  • Like Puzzler, Archer was also the name of a villain from the Superman comics.
  • According to the show's writer Stanley Ralph Ross, this Archer was created for the series.
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