Nov 30, 2017
When you want analysis of Joan Collins' appearance as the Siren, there's only one man to call: High C! He's a mainstay of the all-seeing, all-knowing 66 Batman message board, and has made "The Wail of the Siren" a focus of much research. In this episode, we have him on the show to discuss the various versions of the script, at least one scene that was filmed and not used, the provenance of the Batgirl theme lyrics (which made their facepalm-inducing debut in this episode), what Collins and Adam West wrote about each other in their respective memoirs, and much more.
Plus, the Guana Batz' version of the theme, and your mail!
Stanley Ralph Ross' original treatment for The Wail of the Siren
The Wail of the Siren, first draft
The Wail of the Siren, final draft
The "omake" section of Batgirlbat-trap.com, including numerous articles on Siren/Joan Collins by High C!
Joan in the 1969 movie "Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?"
From the cut scene. Perhaps right after the Lorelei Circe concert. Note the non-Siren dress, likely from Joan's own collection....
.... especially in light of the fact that she's wearing it in this non-Batman shot, taken at the Los Angeles disco she co-owned with then-husband Anthony Newley and several others.