From The New Adventures of Batman comes a 1-shot villain called the Moon Man.
Scott Rogers (voice of Len Weinrib), a college friend of Bruce Wayne (Adam West), is bunking with Wayne & Dick Grayson (Burt Ward) at Wayne Manor while in town for a series of speaking engagements. Concurrently, the Moon Man is stealing moon-related items in a twisted crusade that would be typical of the period.
A few quirks. Take for example, Bat-Mite. I've often believed Len Weinrib also did his voice, but most sources credit co-producer Lou Scheimer, who didn't take any credit for any of the supporting characters he did in any Filmation cartoon until the 80's. Weinrib also had the task of voicing Commissioner Gordon, while Melendy Britt stepped in for Jane Webb as Batgirl, even though Ms. Webb could've been brought back, seeing as how she returned for The Archie-Sabrina Hour 7 months later. Also, Bat-Mite not only has the crush on Batgirl I've talked about before, but he has green skin, something that I don't think was the case in the comics. As noted previously, right around this time, DC was teasing making Robin & Batgirl a romantic couple, but it was only after years of flirtacious pursuit---and Robin eventually becoming Nightwing---before things finally got serious. With The Mary Tyler Moore Show having ended production, Ted Knight could've been brought back as Commissioner James Gordon, but apparently, he'd sworn off cartoons after his last work for Filmation, Lassie's Rescue Rangers, had tanked 4 years earlier.
If you listen close to Len Weinrib's characterization of Scott Rogers, you'd think Weinrib was attempting to mimic Casey Kasem, who was now firmly entrenched at Hanna-Barbera......!
I remember missing this when it first aired, instead picking up a subsequent rerun feed----on the radio, after all the shuffling of affiliates.