Production info

Bat Hound's Bad Luck
USA, 2005

TV-series Krypto the Superdog

Directed by Scott Jeralds

Catwoman's cat, Isis, steals a cursed Egyptian diamond that causes Bat Hound to run into a string of bad luck. Krypto discovers that they will need a second diamond to reflect the bad luck. Krypto tries to capture her at the museum where she's attempting to steal the second diamond, but fails when he falls through a floor. Isis is distracted by this and Bat Hound, with the other diamond, reflects his bad luck off to her and she is captured.

Episode 12 (of a total of 26) from the animation series focussing on the adventures of the super-powered white dog from the planet Krypton that is the pet and canine companion of Superman.


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