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When producers William Dozier and Howie Horowitz saw rough concept artwork by artist Carmine Infantino during a visit to DC offices, they optioned the character in a bid to help sell a third season to the ABC television network.
Actress Yvonne Craig portrayed the character in the show's third season.
Although permanently retired, Barbara Gordon's incarnation as Batgirl remains one of the most popular and high profile characters of the Silver Age of Comic Books.
As the years went on, however, Barbara found her role as Batgirl less and less fulfilling, and she eventually more or less retired.
They were there because romance seemed to be needed in Batman's life.
In an open letter to readership in Detective Comics #417 (1971), DC responded to the fan-based acclaim and criticism of the new character.
I'd like to say a few words about the reaction some readers have to Batgirl.
Bob Kane had a Bat-Girl for about three stories in the ’50s, but she had nothing to do with a bat. I knew we could do a lot better, so Julie and I came up with the real Batgirl, who was so popular she almost got her own TV show.
Barbara Gordon and alter ego Batgirl debuted in Detective Comics #359 (cover-dated 1967, although the comic was actually released in late 1966) as the daughter of Gotham City's Police Commissioner James Gordon.
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Following the comic book debut of Barbara Gordon, Yvonne Craig also promoted the comic book incarnation of her character.