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April 21, 1924 |
El Paso, Texas, United States
Aileen Mehle (born April 21, 1924, known by pen name Suzy Knickerbocker) is an American columnist, most active in the 1960s. She is perhaps best known as an occasional panelist on the game show What's My Line?. In an amusing segment on What's My Line, her son appeared as a mystery guest.
She also made a cameo appearance in the Batman episode, "King Tut's Coup," first broadcast on March 8, 1967. She is seen looking out her window as Robin and Batman walk up her building's outside wall and was credited by her pen name of Suzy Knickerbocker. For the show, it would mark the final time for a celebrity cameo during a bat-climb.
- Vanity Fair retrieved 14th Aug 2010
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