|Three beautiful actresses who were also villains on TV's BATMAN
LINDA GAYE SCOTT became a fixture on television in the 1960s and 1970s, appearing in numerous TV series, including the role of Moth (Riddler's gun moll) on BATMAN, as a space alien on THE GREEN HORNET (also known as the only person to ever defeat Bruce Lee on the screen), as Dixie Wells on BONANZA, in the zombie episode of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., romanced Dr. Smith on LOST IN SPACE, challenged COLUMBO, and many others. Science-fiction fans know her as Arlette in the Yul Brynner classic, WESTWORLD (1973). So you can imagine the behind-the-stories she will share during the weekend!
SHARYN WYNTERS was not just a villain on BATMAN, but wrestled Lon Chaney, Jr. in THE FEMALE BUNCH (1971), was the Apache girl in WESTWORLD (1973) and bumped into numerous detectives including LONGSTREET, MATT HELM, BANACEK, and MANNIX.
NANCY KOVACK co-starred with Elvis in FRANKIE AND JOHNNY, got involved with JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS, was terrified of Vincent Price in DIARY OF A MADMAN, worked with The Three Stooges in THE OUTLAWS IS COMING, and made notable guest appearances on everything from BATMAN to STAR TREK.
Photo above: Nancy Kovak in the STAR TREK episode, "A Private Little War."