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This thread is dedicated to ALL things Batman related, mainly consisting of the 1966 TV Show starring Adam West, Burt Ward & many others, BATMAN!!!! Since there has been much hype about the newly set release for the 1st time on DVD or BLU-RAY, this is a timeless classic & has held a giant fan base ever since it first aired.

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Holy bat-guano! :)  This must be tcm's bat-thread! :D  Way back when as a bat-kiddie I had one of those die-cast batmobiles. A schoolmate had like 4 of them and he gave me one with a missing wheel otherwise it was bat-neato! :)  You pushed this little round lever in front of the windshield and this little vertical metal blade would pop out the middle of the front grille.

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The set is a bit pricey, but I pre-ordered it the first day it was offered. After all, how can you put a price tag on something that will make you feel five years old in 1966 again. I already have The Wild, WIld West, The Man From UNCLE, and Lost In Space, so this will really make me feel like a kid again!

This thread is dedicated to ALL things Batman related, mainly consisting of the 1966 TV Show starring Adam West, Burt Ward & many others, BATMAN!!!! Since there has been much hype about the newly set release for the 1st time on DVD or BLU-RAY, this is a timeless classic & has held a giant fan base ever since it first aired.

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I was only around 10 / 11 years old when BATMAN was on tv,  like most kids my age I was a fan but even at that young age I realized that  it was very, very, corny.  Now when THE GREEN HORNET came on (by the same production company, capitalizing on the BATMAN success) I really liked that. The Hornet and Kato were much more serious and "real" to me.  Looking back years later I realize that that show was quite violent, people got killed, and  the Hornet was a vigilante along the lines of a "Dirty Harry" . Actually the tv Green Hornet was a lot like the real "Batman" from the early comic book  days.  I still watch the BATMAN tv show from time to time mainly to see the many veteran actors who play the guest villains, I understand that most all of them really enjoyed playing the parts.  I look forward to seeing THE GREEN HORNET series finally get a DVD release, that I will definitely buy.

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