The Legacy of the Batman: Part 15 – Home Video Releases

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According to TVShowsonDVD.com, the Batman TV Series was the most-wanted unreleased-on-DVD television show there was.

Over the years I often heard or read that the Batman TV Series would NEVER be released on home video. One of the reasons for this was DC Comics alleged hatred for the Batman TV Series. The other reason was that it would clash with the current interpretations of Batman that were being promoted at the time.

Despite its differing tone to Batman’s darker media adaptations. I don’t believe that the former was ever true. There is just too much evidence to suggest otherwise the Batman TV Series was still being advertised or referenced in 70’s comics. In the Batman: The Brave and the Bold comic in that same period the writer Bob Haney who was known for writing fearlessly insane stories was still writing Batman in outlandish stories that might not have looked out of place in the Batman TV Series.

I can somewhat see the latter being true though, but even that claim can be challenged because the Batman: The Brave and the Bold cartoon re-introduced the public to a version of Batman that was more accessible to kids. And this was happening in between the releases of The Dark Knight Trilogy movies.

During that same period Warner Home Video were releasing several of Batman’s lighter incarnations on various home video formats.

Going further back there were also some home video releases that weren’t released by Warner Home Video. Some of these releases were actually released within the same year that one of the Tim Burton or Joel Schumacher Batman movies was released in.

The Batman TV Series was also back in the public eye before and after the release of the 1989 Batman movie.

So legal problems were the only thing that prevented the series from being released. The contract for the TV Series wasn’t written with a home video release in mind. Deals had to be re-made with the companies, individuals, and even networks who had some sort of ownership of something that was used in the series.

In February 2012, I emailed William Dozier’s daughter, Deborah Dozier Potter, to see if I could find out any new information about the release of the TV Series on home video. I was told by her that she sold the Greenway Production rights to the series to Classic Media.

Classic Media were then bought out in July 2012 by DreamWorks Classics as I later found out from the 66Batman.com Moderator Scott Sebring, who posted this on 66Batman.com on August 30th, 2012.

The non secret type stuff is out there.

Okay. Check out the main players.

DC owns the character Batman

WB owns home video distribution to the character Batman

FOX and Greenway Productions were partnered equally in owning the TV series (not just Fox) but the video distribution for home video was never defined so they can’t release it without working it out with WB. Fox doesn’t move without Greenway and vice versa in regards to the show.

Greenway Productions was bought out by Classic Media about a year and a half ago. So Fox and Classic Media were then the current partners in the Batman series, The Green Hornet, etc…

Classic Media was just bought out by Dreamworks last month (the ink isn’t even dry.)

So now you have Dreamworks in the pie instead of Classic Media.

Lets’ see. So amongst the key players NOW, we have WB, Fox and Dreamworks. Each probably wants control of the series but I’m sure Dreamworks isn’t going to make a move on ANYTHING until well after they have taken hold of Classic Media’s business interests and have made the transition. I figure getting Batman to DVD is not on their current short list of things to do.

Someday, one day but don’t over simplify the scenario.

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I do not know when the sale took place, but I’m told that Fox now own the Greenway Production half of the rights to the series. That sale played a big part in finally getting the Batman TV Series released.

Prior to the eventual release of the Batman TV Series on home video there were a lot of home video releases that featured some kind of Batman 1966 content. I have put together an updated list of all those releases.

Batman: The Movie Releases
Batman: The Movie (Standard Edition and Special Edition VHS)
Publisher: Playhouse Video (1985), CBS/Fox Video (1989), Fox Video (1994), 20th Century Fox (2001)
Years Released: 1985, 1989, August 3rd, 1994, 1995, and August 21st, 2001,
Run Time: 104 mins, 105 mins, 105 mins, 100 mins (UK version), and 105 mins

Batman: The Movie was released several times over the years, but not all versions are the same.

The first version which was released in the 80’s is 104 minutes long. This version is notable for not having the famous Twentieth Century Fox introduction which is included in later releases.

The second version which was released in the mid 90’s is 100 0r 105 minutes long. Unlike the previous release it does include the Twentieth Century Fox introduction. It also includes a trailer for the movie and it was digitally restored so it’s more colorful than the 80’s release.

Other than that there is a scene where Batman is on the phone to Admiral Fangschleiser, who whistles it’s “Anchor’s Aweigh.” I assume that this is the case in most versions of the movie, but in at least one version of the movie, the tune that Admiral Fangschleiser whistles is “What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor!.”

When Batman: The Movie was released on DVD in 2001, the 1995 release was used. With one notable difference it was cropped to fit the screen in widescreen format.

* Batman: The Movie was also released on Betamax, but I haven’t been able to find any dates or even the year when it was released on Betamax.

Batman: The Movie (LaserDisc and Enhanced LaserDisc)
Publisher: CBS/FOX Video (1989 and 1990), 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (1995), Fox Video (1997),
Years Released: 1989, June 25th 1990, December 12th 1995, and June 25th 1997,
Run Time: 104 mins, 105 mins, 105 mins, and 104 mins

The LaserDisc versions of Batman: The Movie are similar to the VHS versions of Batman: The Movie. In the sense that they have varying run times which means that the 104 minute versions of Batman: The Movie, will not include certain things that are included in the 105 minute releases of Batman: The Movie.

Batman: The Movie (Standard Edition and Special Edition DVD)
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Years Released: August 21st 2001, July 1st, 2008
Run Time: 100 minutes

The DVD release of Batman: The Movie features content that couldn’t be included in the VHS and LaserDisc releases of Batman: The Movie, so it included things like Animated Menu’s, A Batmobile Featurette with George Barris, A featurette with Adam West and Burt Ward, An interactive gallery, A Commentary Track with Adam West and Burt Ward, Theatrical and Teaser trailers for the movie, and A scene select option.

Like the VHS, Betamax, and LaserDisc releases from several years earlier, this updated version of Batman: The Movie also sold very well. So a special edition version was released around the same time that the Blu-ray version of the movie was released.

Batman: The Movie (Special Edition Blu-ray)
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Release Date: July 1st, 2008,
Region: Region 1
Run Time: 105 minutes

For those of you that have Blu-ray players but don’t already own a copy of Batman: The Movie, this re-released version of the movie is definitely worth buying. It doesn’t only include most of the content from the DVD release of Batman: The Movie, it also includes a lot of new features like the Caped Crusaders: A Heroes Tribute and Gotham City’s Most Wanted Featurettes.

There is also the Batman: A Dynamic Legacy Featurette which discusses the legacy of the TV Series and Batman: The Movie. Other new additions include a Commentary Track provided by Lorenzo Semple, Jnr., as well as New Interactive Galleries, An Interactive Tour of the Batmobile, A Trivia Track for the movie, An isolated score track of the movie’s theme, and A Location Map for areas where the movie was filmed in.

* In addition to the releases on other home video formats Batman: The Movie was even released on UMD for the PSP.

Batmania Releases
Batmania From Comics to Screen (VHS)
Publisher: Anchor Bay
Release Date: September 20th, 1989
Run Time: 45 minutes

Other than the standard stuff that was used in most home video releases that the Batman TV Series was featured in. This earliest release of Batmania highlights every special guest villain and some of the people who appeared in special cameos. This documentary also briefly touches upon the fact that Batman collectibles like props from the show as well as vintage Batman related comics became highly sought after items in the years after the series. But other than that, there really isn’t much here that wasn’t used in other home video releases.

Holy Batmania! (VHS)
Publisher: Allumination Filmworks
Release Date: November 30th, 1989
Run Time: 37 minutes

Holy Batmania! 2 (VHS)
Publisher: UAV Home Video
Year Released: 1992
Run Time: 37 minutes

Holy Batmania! (VHS), and Holy Batmania! 2 (VHS), both share the same content. But that content is presented differently in both releases. To give you an example when Cesar Romero is talked about in Holy Batmania! (VHS), a photo of Cesar Romero in Joker makeup would be shown, but when he is mentioned in Holy Batmania! 2 footage of Cesar Romero in an unrelated film would be shown.

However the main difference between the two releases, is that Holy Batmania! 2 includes interviews that aren’t seen anywhere else. For example there is an interview with John Astin in regards to how he felt about playing The Riddler, and there is an interview with Chic Borlin who tells us what it was like to work as a sound guy for the TV Series.

There is also footage of Bob Kane discussing Batman’s history at a comic convention, along with a discussion about the then imminent release of Batman Returns. Other than those things Holy Batmania! 2 includes footage of the Batgirl Network Presentation and the 7 Nights of ABC promo with Adam West, Burt Ward, and Milton Berle.

Holy Batmania! (DVD)
Publisher: Image Entertainment
Release Date: October 19th, 2004
Region: Region 1
Run Time: 176 minutes
Number of Discs: 2

The first disc of this 2-disc DVD set is dedicated to A&E documentaries such as The 2002 Version of Holy Batmania!, Adam West: Behind the Cowl, Cesar Romero: In a Class by Himself, and Julie Newmar: The Cat’s Meow.

The second disc is full of all kinds of extras like the screen tests for Adam West/Burt Ward, and Lyle Waggoner/Peter Deyell, Network Promo’s and Presentations for Seasons 1-3, Every trailer that was created for Batman: The Movie, Bat-Trivia, and Wrap arounds for the 1988 syndication of the TV Series.

Bat Clips Releases
The Bat The Original 1926 Motion Picture……plus Bat Clips!!! (VHS)
Publisher: SIMISTAR Entertainment, Inc.
Year Released: 1992
Run Time: 115 minutes – 85 minutes (The Bat) and 30 minutes (Bat Clips)
Number of Tapes: 2

The first VHS in this two tape set is the 1926 movie called “The Bat.” Which was said to have been one of the inspirations for the creation of Batman. Bat Clips the second VHS in this set, includes Batman TV Series content that was later included in Treasure Box Collections re-release of Bat Clips.

Bat Clips (Platinum Edition DVD)
Publisher: Treasure Box Collections
Year Released: There isn’t a copyrighted date on the DVD to give you an idea of when it was released. But i’m guessing that it came out sometime in the year of 2006. The earliest discussions that I can find about Bat Clips were all created in that year.
Region: Region 1
Run Time: Although the advertising on the back of the DVD’s case states that it’s run time is 60 minutes long, Bat Clips is actually only 30 minutes long.

According to some members of 66batman.com, this release of Bat Clips was only available from Walgreens drug store. But it isn’t really worth tracking down since it’s a bit of a mixed bag. Bat Clips unlike a lot of these other home video releases includes complete versions of the Batgirl Network Presentation, and the 1970′s Equal Pay Public Service Announcement with Dick Gautier, Yvonne Craig, and Burt Ward.

It also includes a short Presentation Clip for the series, Every single trailer that was created for Batman: The Movie, Footage of Adam West as Batman at a car show, Behind the scenes footage of Adam West and his co-stars on The Late Show for the 25th Anniversary of the Batman TV series, and Behind the scenes footage of the Batmania syndication promo’s from 1988. But you can find most of this content on the Holy Batmania! DVD release. While the Behind the scenes footage from the 1988 syndication promo’s and The Late Show 25th anniversary special for the Batman TV series are included in many of the pre-Bat Clips home video releases.

Other Home Video Releases
* Action Heroes of Movies & TV, a Campy Compilation, Batman & Robin and Other Super Heroes, Batman & Robin vs The Supervillains, and The Story of Batman & Robin 2 Tape Set, all feature at least one if not several bits of Batman TV Series content that was used in more than one home video release back in the late 80’s-to mid 90’s. E.g. Part of the 7 Nights of ABC promo. Network Promo’s for Seasons 1-3, Production Stills, the Batgirl Network Presentation, etc.

Catwoman (DVD)
Publisher: Warner Home Video
Release Date: January 17th, 2005
Region: All Regions
Run Time: The “Many Faces of Catwoman” documentary is 30 minutes long.

The “Many Faces of Catwoman” documentary is the only thing on this disc that includes Batman TV Series content. It is hosted by Eartha Kitt and includes comments from her, Julie Newmar, Lee Meriweather, and about their differing Catwoman portrayals. The documentary also features comments from Adam West and Sam Strangis who was a Unit Production Manager for the Batman TV Series.

Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt (DVD)
Publisher: Starz / Anchor Bay
Release Date: May 17th, 2005
Run Time: 87 minutes

Other than this Made-for-TV Biopic which delves into the events behind the series. There is also a trailer for the movie, biographies for Adam West and Julie Newmar, along with some notes about the movie as well.

Adam West Naked! (DVD)
Publisher: Adam West Enterprises
Release Date: August 1st, 2009
Region: Region 1
Run Time: 197 minutes
Number of Discs: 2

For this two-disc set that was independently released by Adam West, he provides episodic anecdotes for all 120 episodes in the series. And an extensive gallery of photos that range from on the set photos of Adam West to photos of Adam West at his public appearances.

Legends of the Superheroes (DVD)
Publisher: Warner Home Video
Release Date: December 17th, 2010
Region: Region 1
Run Time: 95 minutes

Apart from the two live action specials, this DVD also features deleted scenes and outtakes which are offered as bonus content. The deleted scenes and outtakes that are offered on this disc include reused footage of Dr. Sivana giving the superheroes a physical assessment.

As well as the filming of scenes like Batman and Robin’s confrontation with Solomon Grundy at a gas station (The filming of this scene is spoiled by someone’s car horn), Green Lantern’s attempt to read The Riddler’s Riddle (Once again filming is spoiled, but this time by an airplane overhead), and the superheroes disperse scene from the beginning of “The Challenge” special. The final bit of content on this disk is a piano click track of Mordru’s rendition of “That’s Entertainment!.”

Batman TV Series Releases
Batman – The Complete Television Series: Limited Edition Blu-ray
Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
Release Format: Blu-ray
Release Date: 11th November 2014
Running Time: 2717 mins

In the first of several long awaited releases for the Batman TV Series you get the following;

Season 1 – Disc 1 Ep 1-12, Disc 2 Ep – 13-24, Disc 3 Ep 25-34,
Season 2 – Disc 1 Ep 1-12, Disc 2 Ep – 13-24, Disc 3 Ep 25-30, Disc 4 Ep 31-42, Disc 5 Ep 43-54, Disc 6 Ep 55-60,
Season 3 – Disc 1 Ep 1-12, Disc 2 Ep – 13-24, Disc 3 Ep 25-26,
Special Features Disc – Hanging With Batman, Holy Memorabilia Batman!, Batmania Born! Building the World of Batman, Bats of The Round Table, Inventing Batman In The Words of Adam West – “Hi Diddle Riddle” and “Smack In The Middle”, Na Na Na Batman!,
Bat Rarities! From The Vault – Actors Screen Tests: Burt Ward and Adam West, Actors Screen Tests: Lyle Waggoner and Peter Deyell, Batgirl Pilot (The Batgirl Network Presentation), James Blakely Tribute,

An episode guide, Adam West’s scrapbook, A replica Hot Wheels Batmobile, and 44 Topps trading cards from the Red, Blue, and Black Bat Series. And if you pressed the side of the packaging it would play the theme of the TV Series. This version also included an exclusive UV Code which you can redeem on either flixster.com, vudu.com, etc. Once you’ve done that you’ll be be able to download any episode of your choosing.

* The Special Features that are on the special features disc are not included in the UV copy of the TV Series.

Batman – The Complete Television Series: Unlimited Edition
Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
Release Format: Blu-ray, DVD
Release Date: 16th December 2014
Running Time: 2717 mins

In response to fans who complained about the price, the packaging, and the collectibles of the Limited Edition. This cheaper, smaller, version, of the TV Series without the collectibles was released. So you only get Seasons 1-3, and An Episode Guide with this particular release of the series. But you don’t get a code for an ultraviolet version of the TV Series like you do with the Limited Edition.

Batman: The Complete Classic Batman Collection (Blu-ray and DVD)
Batman: Classic Batman Collection (DVD only)
Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
Release Format: Blu-ray, DVD,
Release Date: 11th November 2014
Running Time: 3019 mins

The Complete Classic Batman Collection could only be ordered from batmanondvd.com. This release included Seasons 1-3, Batman: The Movie, Adam West Naked!, An episode guide, A copy of “The Joker Is Wild” script, and a personalized letter from Adam West.

The Classic Batman Collection was also only available to buy from batmanondvd.com. It includes most of what you get in The Complete Classic Batman Collection. With the exception of the fact that you only get Season 1 and Season 2 part 1 in this release. The special features disc which is included in The Limited Edition, The Unlimited Edition, The Exclusive Limited Edition, and The Complete Third Season is also part of this set.

Batman – The Complete Television Series: Exclusive Limited Edition Blu-ray and Book Set
Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
Release Format: Blu-ray
Release Date: 11th November 2014
Running Time: 2717 mins

The DC Comics and Diamond PREVIEWS Edition offers the same content as the Limited Edition set. But the notable difference is that it includes a new version of the book Batman: The TV Stories. Which collects 9 of the 15 comic stories that were adapted for the Batman TV Series. Three stories from the then ongoing series Batman ’66 are also included in the book.

When the Batman TV Series was finally released in late 2014. Some people complained about glitches with their discs or about content that was missing from the discs. So Warner Bros. Home Entertainment sent out replacement discs to correct these issues.

The replacements discs were sent out on request either by filling out a form. Or by contacting DC Entertainment through dcentertainment.com.

Missing content that was added with the replacement discs
Disc 1
Next Week Villain Tags
Season 1
S1EP6 “Batman Is Riled” January 27, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Mr. Freeze (George Sanders)
S1EP8 “Rats Like Cheese” February 3, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Zelda The Great (Anne Baxter)
S1E10 “A Death Worse Than Fate” February 10, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Riddler (Frank Gorshin)
S1E12 “When the Rat’s Away the Mice Will Play” February 17, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Mad Hatter (David Wayne)
S1E14 “Batman Stands Pat” February 24, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero)
S1E16 “He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul” March 3, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – False Face (Malachi Throne)
S1E18 “Holy Rat Race” March 10, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Catwoman (Julie Newmar)
S1E20 “Better Luck Next Time” March 17, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
S1E22 “Not Yet, He Ain’t” March 24, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Riddler (Frank Gorshin)
S1E24 “Give ‘Em the Axe” March 31, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero)
S1E26 “Batman Sets the Pace” April 7, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – King Tut (Victor Buono)
S1E28 “The Pharaoh’s in a Rut” April 14, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Bookworm (Roddy McDowall)
S1E30 “While Gotham City Burns” April 21, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Riddler (Frank Gorshin)
S1EP32 “The Riddler’s False Notion” April 28, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
S1E34 “Batman Makes the Scenes” May 5, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Catwoman (Julie Newmar) (This “Next Week” Villain Tag was for the rebroadcast of Episodes 19 and 20 “The Purr-fect Crime” and “Better Luck Next Time.” Which were interrupted by ABC News reports of a space system failure during NASAS Gemini 8 Mission.)

Season 2
S2E2 “Walk the Straight and Narrow” September 8, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Archer (Art Carney)
S2E4 “The Cat and the Fiddle” September 15, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Ministrel (Van Johnson)
S2E6 “Barbecued Batman?” September 22, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – King Tut (Victor Buono)
S2E8 “Tut’s Case is Shut” September 29, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Ma Parker (Shelly Winters)
S2E10 “Ma Parker” October 6, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Clock King (Walter Slezak)
S2E12 “The Clock King Gets Crowned” October 13, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Egghead (Vincent Price)
S2E14 “The Yegg Foes in Gotham” October 20, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Chandell (Liberace)
S2E16 “The Dead Ringers” October 27, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
S2E18 “Dizzoner the Penguin” November 3, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Mr. Freeze (Otto Preminger)
S2E20 “Deep Freeze” November 10, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero)
S2E22 “The Joker’s Provokers” November 17, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Marsha, Queen of Diamonds (Carolyn Jones)
S2E24 “Marsha’s Scheme of Diamonds” November 24, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Shame (Cliff Robertson)
S2E26 “It’s How You Play the Game” December 1, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
S2E30 “The Bat’s Kow Tow” December 15, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Puzzler (Maurice Evans)
S2E32 “The Duo is Slumming” December 22, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – Sandman (Michael Rennie) and Catwoman (Julie Newmar)
S2E34 “The Catwoman Goeth” December 29, 1966 – Next Week’s Villain – The Mad Hatter (David Wayne)
S2E36 “The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul” January 5, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero) and Penguin (Burgess Meredith)
S2E39 “The Penguin Declines” January 18, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Catwoman (Julie Newmar)
S2E41 “Scat! Darn Catwoman” January 25, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Penguin (Burgess Meredith) and Marsha, Queen of Diamonds Carolyn Jones)
S2E44 “Penguin’s Disastrous End” February 2, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – The Riddler (John Astin)
S2E46 “A Riddling Controversy” February 9, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero)
S2E48 “The Joker’s Epitaph” February 16, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Catwoman (Julie Newmar)
S2E50 “Batman Displays His Knowledge” February 23, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Green Hornet (Van Williams)\Kato (Bruce Lee)
S2E52 “Batman’s Satisfaction” March 2, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – King Tut (Victor Buono)
S2E54 “Batman’s Waterloo” March 9, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Black Widow (Tallulah Bankhead)
S2E56 “Caught in the Spider’s Den” March 16, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – The Joker (Cesar Romero)
S2E58 “Flop Goes the Joker” March 23, 1967 – Next Week’s Villain – Mr. Freeze (Eli Wallach)
Batman’s Amazing Arsenal Promo
Rebroadcast Promo for Hi Diddle Riddle
Season 1 Episodes 1-12 (With the “Next Week” Villain Tags Included)

Disc 2
Season 2 Episode 13-24 (With the “Next Week” Villain Tags Included)
The Aunt Hilda Epilogue from the “Marsha’s, Scheme of Diamonds” Episode

* The individual information that I gathered from each of the home video releases in this entry was taken from amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, lddb.com, adamwest.com, and tvshowsondvd.com.

Sources: An Adam West Interview Has His Take on the Possibilities of Batman DVDs – TVShowsOnDVD, The Wikipedia Pages for Batman: The Brave and the Bold, The Dark Knight Trilogy, SuperFriends, The New Adventures of Batman, The Adventures of Batman and Legends of the Superheroes, My email correspondence with Deborah Dozier Potter, 66batman.com Moderator Scott Sebring’s post in the There’s a rumor…thread,

Which is the best Batman (1966) movie? By 66batman.com user alfredthebutler, The Anchors Aweigh (song) Wikipedia Page, Beware the Ides of March, you filthy criminals! By 66batman.com user Gleeps, it’s Batman, 2 Versions? (Of Batman: The Movie) By IMDB user Danimal_77, The Batman: The Movie Wikipedia Page, The Bat; Bat Clips article – ew.com, Various 2006 Discussions about The Bat; Bat Clips, The DVD review of Bat Clips from neovideohunter.wordpress.com,

66batman.com users Andy Fish, Szabol, Batfink, and BATWINGED HORNET’s posts about the different releases of the Batman TV Series, 60’s Batman cards – batmancards.com, Batman – ‘Unlimited’ Blu-ray Set for ‘The Complete Television Series’ is Scheduled! By David Lambert – tvshowsondvd.com, Holy Classic Collection Batman! – batmanondvd.com, Holy Classic Collection Batman! – batmanondvd.csdevsites.com, Batman – The Complete Television Series: Exclusive Limited Edition Blu-ray and Book Set – Previews Catalog- previewsworld.com,  Gemini 8 Bucks Out Of Control – Mt. Vernon Register-News Thursday, March 17, 1966,

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