This was the Burroughs Corporation's first electronic computer, although in fact it was simply a rebranded Electrodata Corporation machine (Burroughs having bought Electrodata in 1956, shortly before the release of this machine).
The console from the B205 stands in for the various computers in the Bat Cave.
The Dynamic Duo use the "Navigational Aid Computer" to determine that a buoy close to the scene of an attack on Batman is not a legally placed buoy.
Only a small part of the computer is shown.
The computer's data and abilities are magically transfered to Dexter by electric shock.
It's just the tape drive from the B205, but quite apart from that there's the whole transfer of knowledge by electrocution thing!
The B205 is inside the MR1 rocket ship, and appears to control all of its functions.
Seems very heavy for a spaceship, but the idea of using a computer like this is not completely far-fetched.
The B205 is in use in the control room.
Perhaps a little long in the tooth by 1966.
Only the programmer's console is visible.
B205s, or their consoles at least, appear all over the place, both in Mission Control and on board the Jupiter 2.
Well only the consoles are visible, not the whole machine, but the bigger issue is that this is supposed to be set in 1997. I don't see a B205 running Windows 95!
Dr Goldfoot uses the B205's tape drive to program the robots with information relevant to their target victims.
Let's suspend disbelief about the whole robot thing...
The military site is littered with B205 tape drives.
We only see the tape drives, and they seem to be used for playing audio tape!
The B205 console is part of the missile's guidance system.
The big problem here is that the B205 would not exist until a decade after the War had ended.
The B205 is an integral part of both original and reproduced time machines.
OK, so it's a time machine, but we get to see all of it rather than just the normal programmer's panel or tape drive.
The B205's tape drive appears in Dr Evil's secret volcano lair.
The B205's tape drive is attached to the building's control computer.
The B205's tape drive is in the control centre at Cape Canaveral.
The Forbidden City has a front panel from the B205 in both the city's control room and archive.
"Thinko", the college's computer, is made from a Burroughs B205, and the robot "Elektro" - an exhibit at the 1939 World's Fair!
A pair of tape drives from a B205 system makes up part of the dating agency computer.
B205 tape drives make up part of the college computer.
Scientists use a B205 to predict the time and date of the destruction of Earth.
B205 tape drives appear in the city's control room and in the aquatic research centre.
Tape drives from the B205 make up part of the computer system that controls the Time Tunnel.
Several B205 tape drives appear amongst the computer equipment at World Securities' headquarters.
A B205 tape drive appears to be the prison ship's main computer that is sentient and talks!
B205 tape drives appear in the Jupiter 2's dangerous and usually off-limits power room.
A B205 tape drive appears in the data vault, presumably storing all of mankind's knowledge.
There are B205 tape drives on the set of the movie.