I just got the special edition of the 1966 Batman movie, the one starring Adam West and Burt Ward. At the 52:59 time mark of the movie, Frank Gorshin (playing the Riddler) is facing the camera, and Adam West (playing Bruce Wayne) has his back to the camera. I about fell out of my chair when I heard the dialog, and I do NOT remember this from the original. Gorshin says, "You think you're pretty clever, don't you Mr. Wayne?" West replied (again with his back to the camera, so you can't see his mouth) "Clever enough to outwit you, you stupid f*ck!" (I put in the "*" only because this is an all-ages board and I don't want to get banned). I checked the dialog in the subtitles, and the subtitles have the following for the dialog during that scene: Riddler-"You think you're clever don't you?" Wayne-"Clever enough to outwit you." My questions are 1) is this really what Adam West says? "Clever enough to outwit you, you stupid f*ck!"?? 2) If so, how the heck did that get in the movie? Was that a joke by somebody putting together the dvd, kind of like whoever put those subliminal porn shots in some Disney movie (probably an urban legend but I think it happened)? Thanks, Dan P.