Batman is a 1960s American television series. Based on the comic book character Batman, it aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) for 2½ seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968. Because the series had two weekly installments for most of its tenure, it contained the same number of episodes as a four and a half year or even a five year series.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: Return to the Batcave: The Mis… Aired: Mar. 09, 2003
Adam West and Burt Ward are back together again and stumble upon a plot to steal the batmobile from a charity auction. Along the was they remember …
Batman: The Complete Television Series Sizzle Reel
Sizzle Reel for "Batman: The Complete Television Series" release from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Series Fun Facts
- Debuted as part of ABC's "Second Season" promotional campaign for four new series that replaced recently canceled ones. However, it was the only one of the four to be renewed for another…
[show]Debuted as part of ABC's "Second Season" promotional campaign for four new series that replaced recently canceled ones. However, it was the only one of the four to be renewed for another season. The other three series were "The Double Life of Henry Phyfe" (1966), Blue Light and The Baron (UK) (1966) (a British import whose first season was carried over into 1967). All four series were presented in color.
- Each main villain had their own theme music.
- While some bigger named actors were considered for the role of King Tut, the role was given to Victor Buono largely because producers felt he truly physically resembled a grand Arab King.