No, it was a sparrow with a machine gun. This led the dynamic duo to the aviary I believe. The writing for the Batman 1966 show was top notch.
@OrphanCrippler44, wasn't this during a time when comic books were massively censored. And then like during the late 70s and 80s they stopped doing that and they got super dark stroylines? My comic book history may be off
@Captain Cornleon, they didn't just decide to change I think it was the comics code authority basically forced them to write silly stories then the regulations lightened up a bit and then the dark stories came around
@Thatbright, they killed EC Horror comics with their rules.
@OrphanCrippler44, Except this wasn't from the show. It was from the movie made to capitalize on the show's popularity.
Does the sparrow know how to use the machine gun?
@LAVARAMEN, It's not a question of a bird knowing, it's a problem of weight ratios. A four ounce bird cannot handle a 23 pound machine gun. Not even an African swallow could do it.
@malkavnon, what if the gun had composite parts?
@LAVARAMEN, it doesn't matter, the bird has a machine gun.
@malkavnon, nice Monty python reference.
@Jauffre, they said dangerous how dangerous is a bird that doesn't know how to use a machine gun that has one
Still a better joke than Suicide Squad
A small hornets nest?
He's the best detective who ever lived
An anorexic elephant guerrilla.
I was very confused as a child because this joke was in a pop up joke book that my grandparents had at their place. First of all, I didn't get the joke. Second of all, I had no idea how much an ounce was. It was probably the only joke that I didn't get.
Love this show
@cobalt balls, ...Why the hell do you own a woodpecker?
StuckPixel. I repeatedly tried uploading this exact image.
Holy well armed fauna Batman!