The cover to Super Adventure Comic #44 is stupid. I get that. But I love it anyway. I'm a soft touch for such Hart Amos covers, and that's as apologetic as I will get. And if you want to get all Freudian about it, I suggest you apologise too.
A curious point of interest in this issue is the illustration of the batmobile at the bottom of page 24:
This appears to be an in-house Murray illustration. It is unsigned. It takes the place originally reserved for advertising the Superman television series in Batman #77 for the story Batman Pounds a Beat!:
Batman Pounds a Beat! has two panels prominently featuring the batmobile:
Either of these two images could have provided the template or visual cues for the illustration in Super Adventure Comic #44. Of course, this image of he batmobile may have been used in other Murray comics before this issue, but it's the first time I've seen it.
It is also worth noting that Batman Pounds a Beat! was reprinted along with the accompanying batmobile illustration in Colossal Comic #48. This is further evidence that the contents of the Colossal Comic series were largely drawn from the 1950's Murray issues.