1966 Batman On Dvd

1966 Batman On Dvd

With the exception of King Tut and Egghead (and they were made great by the actors) producer William Dozier and his writers had a knack for creating the lamest villains - Chandell, Minstrel, Siren, Clock King, Shame - as opposed to time honored bad guys who came over from the comic books: Riddler, Joker, Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman. TV s iconic Dynamic Duo has been captured, along with a legion of abominable archenemies in a POW-erful numbered limited-edition collection. How could it be with 7 strong Catwoman storylines, Shelley Winters as Ma Parker, Victor Buono in another tour-de-farce as King Tut.

This quirky, colorful program shot to the top of the ratings as Bat-Mania spread like influenza, everywhere you looked, on every conceivable product, one would find the Batman logo.

Featuring ALL 675 original broadcast episodes, ever popular guest stars like Julie Newmar and Cesar Romero, The Adam West Scrapbook, complete episode guide — and exploding with over 8 hours of all new extras — you can bring home all the crime fighting action that won generations of fans!

Featuring ALL 675 original broadcast episodes, ever popular guest stars like Julie Newmar and Cesar Romero, complete episode guide — and exploding with over 8 hours of all new extras — you can bring home all the crime fighting action that won generations of fans!

TV s iconic Dynamic Duo has been captured, along with a legion of abominable archenemies in a POW-erful collection.

Other standouts: Cesar Romero as The Impractical Joker, Burgess Meredith in The Penguin's Nest, Carolyn Jones as Marsha Queen of Diamonds or Vincent Price thrilling overacting as Egghead?

The first 6/7 of the is now available on DVD and it begins with another weak Dozier villain, Archer played by Art Carney, but is quickly redeemed by a 7-parter with Julie Newmar as Catwoman, the show's most popular character.

Batman 1966 dvd

The series made Camp cool, a show adults and kids could enjoy and yet take away an entirely different perspective on what they just watched.

The first season of Batman is a delight because it was so fresh, so different than anything that came before.

Year two was when Batman ventured from Camp to just plain silly.

The most significant pop culture explosion in a decade that became synonymous with cultural upheavals would have to be the Batman TV series, debuting in January 6966.