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Batman: The Complete TV Series - Limited Edition [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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TV's iconic Dynamic Duo has been captured, along with a legion of abominable archenemies in a POW-erful numbered limited-edition collection. Featuring all 120 original broadcast episodes, ever popular guest stars like Julie Newmar and Cesar Romero, The Adam West Scrapbook, complete episode guide--and exploding with over 3 hours of all new extras--you can bring home all the crime fighting action that won generations of fans.
- All 120 original broadcast episodes fully remastered In HD
- Highly collectible premiums
- Hot Wheels Replica Batmobile
- The Adam West Scrapbook
- 44 Vintage Trading Cards
- 32-Page Complete Episode Guide
- Over 3 hours of all new extras:
- Hanging with Batman--A true slice of life in the words of Adam West
- Holy Memorabilia Batman!--A journey into the most sought after collectables through the eyes of 3 extraordinary collectors
- Batmania Born: Building the World of Batman--Explore the art and design behind the fiction.
- Bats of the Round Table--A candid conversation with Adam West and his celebrity friends, chatting all things Bat '66.
- Inventing Batman in the words of Adam West (episode 1 & 2)--A rare treat for the fans as Adam discusses his script notes on bringing Batman to life in the first and second episodes
- Na Na Na Batman!--Hollywood favorites stars and producers recount their favorite Batman memories
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TV's iconic Dynamic Duo has been captured, along with a legion of abominable archenemies in a POW-erful numbered limited-edition collection. Featuring ALL 120 original broadcast episodes, ever popular guest stars like Julie Newmar and Cesar Romero, The Adam West Scrapbook, complete episode guide - and exploding with over 3 hours of all new extras - you can bring home all the crime fighting action that won generations of fans!
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"This is too much for us, I'll call Batman."
Even as a child I always got the impression that a cat stuck up a tree would have been too much for Gotham City police. Did they ever attempt to do anything?
Poor Bruce didn't have much of a social life, I'd have stopped answering the phone and drawn the curtains so as not to see the Batsignal.
Batman's adherence to the law was always something I admired, it even extended as far as when pursuing escaping criminals he would always obey the speed limit! No matter how excitedly Robin would shout "Batman they're getting away".
It's no wonder Gotham City Police always placed their caps over their hearts when the Batmobile whizzed by, Batman was doing all their work!, and talking about the Batmobile that was just as much a star of the show as Adam West and Burt Ward.
Something I always found hilarious was the way Batman would take something from his utility belt that had the prefix; "Bat" to it. (Bat-Examples; Bat screwdriver, Bat headache tablets, etc)
In a world short of laughs THIS SHOW IS A MADCAP FROLIC OF FUN, FUN, FUN!
Three major reasons why this show should capitalise on it's still fondly remembered reputation, and get released on DVD/Blu ray soon.
1/ Even up until 1988 the show was playing in 106 countries, with an estimated audience of 400 million.
2/ Modern day Batman purists have complained that this version ruined the look and feel of the Batman from the comics and the latest, "serious" film version's of Batman.Read more ›
I bought this set as a Christmas gift for the whole family and - although expensive - it has been worth every last penny. It appeals on so many levels - from the painfully punned humour and the ludicrously choreographed cartoon-captioned fights to Catwomen's impressively feline charms and 60s corsetry (which account for what my 8 year old son refers to as her 'missile boobies').
The villains are terrific - The Penguin (Burgess Meredith) is particularly malevolent and Cesar Romero's Joker is masterful - and predictably steal the scene from the goody goody 'heroes', Batman and Robin. But it is the fate of superheroes is that they are always much less interesting than their foes.
The perspective on future technology is hilarious, but it's all part of the cheesy charm.
And to further sweeten the deal, you get a free scale model Batmobile and a presentation box that plays the irritating 'Nana nana nana nana, Nana nana nana nana' theme tune as long as the battery lasts ... what more could you ask for???
Somehow none of the later movies ever recaptured that early magic for me.
Now I'm watching it with my sons aged 7 and 4 who are enjoying it all over again.
The reason for only 4 stars? Shoddy packaging - the discs don't click into the cases and just fall straight out every time you open it - thankfully none of mine have been damaged despite falling on the floor more than once. I don't like to dock a star for this reason but when they've produced such a lavish set, it's a shame for it to be let down in this way.
Originally posted by Paul J Mular on Amazon.com:
"Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will provide fans with replacement discs and digital repairs to the few minor technical issues identified in its recent release of Batman: The Complete Television Series.
Amounting to less than five minutes of footage within the 50-plus hours of entertainment, the issues encompass one 60-second dropped scene in the episode entitled "Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds"; a brief piece of rarely-heard William Dozier narration that originally opened the pilot episode, "Hi Diddle Riddle"; and an assembly of villain tags from the end of assorted episodes.
"The restoration process of this footage - spanning 48 years and two major studios - has been a super heroic task, and we deeply regret even the smallest of glitches occurring in that process," said Rosemary Markson, Senior Vice President, TV Brand Management & Retail Marketing, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. "We recognize our obligation to the fans of this landmark series, and we have worked diligently to identify all issues and provide resolutions as quickly as possible."
To resolve these issues for consumers purchasing Batman: The Complete Television Series, WBHE will make available complete replacement discs for the discs that originally included the episodes "Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds" and "Hi Diddle Riddle.Read more ›
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This is the limited edition deluxe version of "Batman" - the live-action TV series from the 1960's, on Blu-ray. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S P Mead
Excellent box set and it is just as awesome as it was when I watched it in the early 70's. Still the best Batman imho with the best villians also.
The box is awesome and the seasons is presented in digipack.
Video is percfect and sound is mono but great quality.
Very recommended if you are Batman '66 fan.
Absolutely fantastic box set of the original batman tv series. Superb in blu rayPublished 5 months ago by SteveJ
A must have. Very nice box for the ultimate and only Batman. The serie was even better than I remembered from ages ago. Brilliant and still as funny as ever. I absolutely loved it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Beatrice