• 11 months 9 days ago
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    http://www.denofgeek.us/tv/batman/232192/batman-1966-tv-series-to-finally-get-official-home-video-release

    I'd say that this is long overdue. I can't wait to pick this up.
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      • 11 months 5 days ago
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      Time, and my fading memory, have mellowed the impact on me of the Batman television series from 1966. As a 9 year old in '66 I was in the "bulls eye" of Batman's target audience, but the show was so hammy I didn't like it!

      I could only look on in amazement as Batman quickly became a cultural phenomenon, and a "60's icon television show. Oh well!

      Soooooo - will the Batman Movie be included in the video release?

      View at your own Risk!

      The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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        • 11 months 4 days ago
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        My dad watched this show when it came out, he thought it was goofy too, but still watched it. "Holy hole in a donut Batman!"

        It seems this doesn't have a release date yet. Can someone please post in this thread when it's available? I want to pick this up!
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          • 11 months 4 days ago
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          I used to watch this show a lot when I was younger, but now I can barely stay awake for an entire episode.
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            • 11 months 4 days ago
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            The Simpsons parodied the TV show before.

            Some of us know what that was like.
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              • 11 months 4 days ago
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              It did have one of the best intros of all time imo.
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                • 11 months 3 days ago
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                eddstarr88 wrote:
                Time, and my fading memory, have mellowed the impact on me of the Batman television series from 1966. As a 9 year old in '66 I was in the "bulls eye" of Batman's target audience, but the show was so hammy I didn't like it!

                I could only look on in amazement as Batman quickly became a cultural phenomenon, and a "60's icon television show. Oh well!

                Soooooo - will the Batman Movie be included in the video release?

                View at your own Risk!


                It's SUPPOSED to be hammy....
                Don't pay any attention to the evil spirited and dead of heart. They're not worth your time.
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                  • 10 months 29 days ago
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                  vkimo nailed it!

                  A lot of my friends in school felt the same way I did about the Batman TV Series, but the effect it had on my parents had to be seen to be believed.

                  My mom and dad just loved watching Batman, it was a "must see" at our house every week. In Fact I was floored by the positive response by my favorite aunt and uncle, neighbors and family friends, and all my teachers in school:
                  the Batman Series became a "Who's Who" of entertainment personalities in cameo appearances that became a real favorite by 1967 and 1968.

                  Remember, Batman in 1966 aired twice weekly, Thursday night and Friday night in my time zone. The result was an hour long story split into two 30 minute shows. Broadcasting was a different breed of animal back in the 1960's.
                  The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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