ABC (ended 1968)



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Adam West

Adam West

Bruce N. Wayne/Batman

Burt Ward

Burt Ward

Richard "Dick" Grayson/Robin The Boy Wonder

Yvonne Craig

Yvonne Craig

Barbara Gordon/Batgirl

Alan Napier

Alan Napier

Alfred Pennyworth

Neil Hamilton (I)

Neil Hamilton (I)

Clommissioner James W. Gordon

Stafford Repp

Stafford Repp

Chief O'Hara

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  • He took it over and that's it?

    He worked hard to take this show over and then after he gets doesn't improve on it any?
  • This Series Needs To Come Back In Some Form Or Another

    If DC Comics can produce a Batman 1966 comic book that is loyal and faithful to the vintage TV series starring Burt Ward and Adam West, there should be a modern TV adaptation as well, although Adam West and Burt Ward are now obviously long in the teeth to wear the leotards of the Caped Crusaders. How's this for a switch--Have two women in the roles, with the female Batman wearing a voice transducer? Besides, I always did think women look better in tights than men, who look flat out ridiculous.moreless
  • unforgettable show

    The Batman 1960's was one of the shows I really lived for. I remember when I was a kid; I used to watch this after school. This show is somewhat has sentimental value for me because compared to the darker comic version, it turned out that to be lighthearted one with full of fun and action. It's really a great show. I'm definitely a fan of this show until now and I searched for websites that sells this TV series. Well, luckily, I got a decent copy at . I received a very nice quality DVDs. I'm gonna let my grandson watch this for surely, he'll love it too! A musical, bubbly, funny and action packed in one show!moreless
  • This show could be flawless but,

    The only issues with this show is. 1 The repetitiveness when Robin and Batman go to the Police headquarters. I can understand that it would be pointless and tiresome to create entrances to the headquarters.2 Also the season 3 are not that interesting. And 3 why does each man villain has a Girlfriend? But everything else is awesome. 95/100 Awesome.
  • A Villain Summary

    The number of episodes or episode sets that a Guest Star appeared as a villain. Anne Bancroft appeared as multiple villains. Catwoman, Riddler and Mr. Freeze were played by multiple actors. Shared episodes or episode sets were counted as a full appearance.

    10 Burgess Meredith (The Penguin)

    10 Cesar Romero (The Joker)

    6 Julie Newmar (The Catwoman)

    5 Frank Gorshin (The Riddler)

    5 Victor Buono (King Tut)

    3 Vincent Price (Egghead)

    2 Anne Baxter (Olga)

    2 Carolyn Jones (Marsha, Queen of Diamonds)

    2 Cliff Robertson (Shame)

    2 David Wayne (The Mad Hatter)

    2 Eartha Kitt (Catwoman)

    2 Milton Berle (Louie the Lilac)

    1 Anne Baxter (Zelda)

    1 Art Carney (The Archer)

    1 Barbara Rush (Nora Clavicle)

    1 Eli Wallach (Mr. Freeze)

    1 George Sanders (Mr. Freeze)

    1 Ida Lupino (Dr. Cassandra)

    1 Joan Collins (The Siren)

    1 John Astin (The Riddler)

    1 Liberace (Chandell)

    1 Malachi Throne (False-Face)

    1 Maurice Evans (The Puzzler)

    1 Otto Preminger (Mr. Freeze)

    1 Roddy McDowall (The Bookworm)

    1 Rudy Vallee (Lord Marmaduke Fogg)

    1 Shelley Winters (Ma Parker)

    1 Tallulah Bankhead (Black Widow)

    1 Van Johnson (The Minstrel)

    1 Van Williams (Green Hornet)

    1 Walter Slezak (The Clock King)

    1 Zsa Zsa Gabor (Minerva)moreless

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