Batman, Created by William Dozier.  With Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton. The Caped Crusader battles evildoers in Gotham City in a bombastic 1960s parody of the comic book hero's exploits.

Batman, Created by William Dozier. With Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton. The Caped Crusader battles evildoers in Gotham City in a bombastic 1960s parody of the comic book hero's exploits.

I love Batman, but not the recent Dark Knight films. I am more of an original type of girl, and nothing tops the 1966 movie/TV show cast for this girl :)

I love Batman, but not the recent Dark Knight films. I am more of an original type of girl, and nothing tops the 1966 movie/TV show cast for this girl :)

Batman Robin....really corny show, you can see when they are 'climbing', they are walking horizontal and just bend over and clear fishing line holds their capes out. But in the 60's it was pretty cool! "Don't forget to tune in tomorrow, Same bat time...Same bat channel."

Batman Robin....really corny show, you can see when they are 'climbing', they are walking horizontal and just bend over and clear fishing line holds their capes out. But in the 60's it was pretty cool! "Don't forget to tune in tomorrow, Same bat time...Same bat channel."

Adam West Batman and Robin | Batman, 1966, Batman The Movie, Adam West, Burt Ward, Batman TV Series

Adam West Batman and Robin | Batman, 1966, Batman The Movie, Adam West, Burt Ward, Batman TV Series

60s tv shows | Davelandblog: Screen Gem Saturdays: Batman—60’s Campy Fun

60s tv shows | Davelandblog: Screen Gem Saturdays: Batman—60’s Campy Fun

Adam West and Yvonne Craig in a promotional photo for the Batman TV series, 1967

Adam West and Yvonne Craig in a promotional photo for the Batman TV series, 1967

Funko does not skip out on the details for this Joker pop vinyl figure from the 1966 TV Series. Our favorite detail is the whited-over mustache that Cesar Romero refused to shave off for the series. A

Funko does not skip out on the details for this Joker pop vinyl figure from the 1966 TV Series. Our favorite detail is the whited-over mustache that Cesar Romero refused to shave off for the series. A

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