60er-Jahre-Kultserie um die Abenteuer des "dynamischen Duos" Batman und Robin. Im Januar wurde bekannt, dass nach einer gefühlten Ewigkeit die 60er Jahre Batman-TV-Serie für Heimmedien veröffentlicht wird. Jetzt gibt es. Für die "Batman"-Serie der er sollte Robin (Burt Ward) eigenen Weg von den Problemen der 60er, ab in die Gegenwart: Mittlerweile ist.
60er Jahre Batman-Serie kommt im November!Für die "Batman"-Serie der er sollte Robin (Burt Ward) eigenen Weg von den Problemen der 60er, ab in die Gegenwart: Mittlerweile ist. ist eine US-Fernsehserie aus den er Jahren. Die. Batman ist eine US-Fernsehserie aus den er Jahren. unbesiegbaren Serien- und Filmhelden, die Mitte der 60er Jahre immer mehr im Kommen waren.
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The crazy thing was how Batman and Robin always had the right equipment. They had things such as Anti-Penguin Gas Pills and other crazy devices.
I honestly wouldn't have thought there would be enough room in their belts for half their equipment. The best thing about this show was the fights at the end.
The bumbling villains would outnumber Batman and Robin who would then bash them into next week just before the police arrived. This was a good show for it's first couple of seasons.
The beautiful Yvonne Craig joined the third season as Batgirl and she was good. However the cliffhanger episodes were gradually phased out and each half hour episode had a beginning, middle and end.
This isn't the type of show to take seriously. It's great fun and anybody who watches it will laugh their socks off at times.
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Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. Der Sender benötigte eine spezielle Fernsehserie und hatte die Wahl zwischen drei Superhelden, die sie auf den Bildschirm bringen konnten: Superman , Dick Tracy und Batman , wobei man sich für letzteren entschied.
Da gegen Ende der zweiten Staffel die Einschaltquoten schlechter wurden, wurde das Budget für die dritte Staffel gekürzt.
Die Sets wurden spartanischer ausgestattet und die Besetzung wurde um Batgirl als neuen Charakter ergänzt. Diese sollte frischen Wind in die Serie bringen.
Nach der dritten Staffel wurde diese dennoch abgesetzt. In Deutschland wurde die Serie erstmals ausgestrahlt. Die Synchronisation der Serie wurde bei der Studio Hamburg Synchron nach einem Dialogbuch und unter der Dialogregie von Matthias Grimm erstellt.
In der Originalfassung übernahm Produzent William Dozier dies. Jede Folge hat prinzipiell denselben Ablauf: Eine normale Geschichte beginnt immer damit, dass die Bösewichte ein Verbrechen begehen Bankraub , Einbruch , Überfall etc.
Gordon betätigt dann das Batphone, um Batman alias Bruce Wayne in Wayne Manor anzurufen. Dort nimmt Butler Alfred das Gespräch entgegen das Batphone, ein roter Apparat mit Rufknopf, steht wie ein normales Telefon auf dem Schreibtisch in Bruce Waynes Arbeitszimmer!
Die beiden Helden verschwinden unter einem Vorwand im Arbeitszimmer, betätigen einen verborgenen Knopf in der Statuette von William Shakespeare , woraufhin sich das Bücherregal verschiebt und zwei Stangen, die Batpoles, zum Vorschein kommen.
Bruce und Dick rutschen an diesen hinab in den Batcave, wo sie dank einer automatischen Ankleidevorrichtung in ihrer Helden-Kostümierung ankommen.
Meistens folgt nun der Anfangstitel. Im Batcave springen Batman und Robin ins Batmobil und fahren eilig in Commissioner Gordons Büro.
In einem kurzen Gespräch finden die Helden heraus, wo das Versteck des Schurken ist bzw. Die Bösewichter setzen sich meist aus dem Hauptgegner, einer als Gangsterbraut fungierenden Frau die auch meist einen zu Versteck, Thema oder Hauptgegner passenden Namen besitzt; ist der Gegner eine Frau, entfällt dieser Part sowie mindestens zwei Handlangern zusammen.
Der Unterschlupf befindet sich nahezu stets in stillgelegten oder geschlossenen Institutionen Fabriken, Geschäfte, öffentliche Einrichtungen, ….
Batman und Robin stellen den Bösewicht, werden aber zunächst in eine gemeine Falle gelockt. Ansonsten können sich die Helden am Anfang der Folgeepisode in letzter Sekunde befreien und entkommen.
In der dritten Staffel wurde wegen sinkender Einschaltquoten Batgirl eingeführt, sie sollte mehr weibliche Fans für die Serie begeistern. Batgirl war Barbara Gordon, die Tochter von Commissioner Gordon.
Nur Alfred wusste von ihrer geheimen Identität, sagte aber Batman und Robin nichts davon. Gleichzeitig wurde die Rolle der einfältigen Tante Harriet reduziert.
Die Serie zeigt einen nicht unerheblichen Teil an Selbstironie und viele Anspielungen auf die unbesiegbaren Serien- und Filmhelden, die Mitte der er Jahre immer mehr im Kommen waren.
Upon learning the details from Gordon, Wayne turns a switch concealed within a bust of Shakespeare that stands on his desk to reveal two fireman's poles hidden behind a sliding bookcase.
The title sequence features animated versions of Batman and Robin, drawn in the then-current style of the comic books, running towards the camera and then fighting an assortment of villains, including several "marquee" villains such as the Joker and the Penguin.
Similar in style and content to the s serials, Batman and Robin would arrive at the bottom of the Batpoles in the Batcave in full costume a large painted sign hanging on the wall beside the Batpole, next to a lever that Batman pulls, on the drop, says: Instant costume-change lever.
They then jump into the Batmobile. Robin checks the gauges and reports, " Atomic batteries to power, turbines to speed.
As the Batmobile approached the mouth of the cave actually a tunnel entrance in Los Angeles' Bronson Canyon , a camouflaged door would swing open and a hinged road barrier outside the Batcave would drop down to allow the car to exit onto the road.
The duo then speed to police headquarters to meet with Commissioner Gordon and be briefed on the criminal they must thwart. Most of the footage following the opening title sequence, from Batman and Robin sliding down the Batpoles through to their arrival at police headquarters was stock footage , reused in each episode.
After the National Safety Council complained that Batman and Robin should set a good example, the stock sequence was changed to show them fastening seat belts part of a national buckle-up campaign by the NSC before starting out.
The initial discussion of the crime usually leads to Batman and Robin conducting their investigation alone, although the police are often used for assistance and to implement plans or traps that Batman devises to catch the villain.
This usually results in a meeting with the villain, a fistfight with the villain's henchmen, and the villain's escape, leaving a further series of unlikely clues for the duo to investigate.
Later, they would face the villain's henchmen again, be captured and one or both heroes placed in a deathtrap leading to a cliffhanger ending, which was usually resolved in the first few minutes of the next episode.
The latter part s of multi-episode stories begins with a brief recap of the first part s. After the opening credits and the theme music, the cliffhanger is resolved.
The same general plot pattern of investigation and confrontation repeats in the following episode until the villain is defeated in a major brawl. The series used a narrator executive producer William Dozier , uncredited who parodied both the breathless narration style of the s serials and Walter Winchell 's bombastic narration of The Untouchables.
In the third season, when single-episode stories were introduced, the narrator would end the show by encouraging viewers to tune in the following week.
During the climactic fistfights in each episode during the first season, the punches and other impacts were punctuated by onomatopoeia sound effects superimposed in bright colors over the action on the screen, as in comic-book fight scenes "POW!
As a money-saving device, after the first season, instead of being superimposed over the fight scene, the sound effects were merely printed on cards and inserted into the action.
Despite the regular fighting on the show, Batman and Robin typically use non-lethal force; only three criminal characters die during the series: the Riddler's moll Molly played by Jill St.
In the film, six criminals die in total: five henchmen are dehydrated by the Penguin in order to infiltrate the Batcave, but this plan fails when the henchmen unexpectedly disappear into antimatter once struck.
A sixth henchman is presumably killed when he is caught in a trap meant for Batman and sprung into an exploding octopus. Twice, the Catwoman Julie Newmar appears to fall to her death into a bottomless pit and from a high building into a river , but returned in later episodes.
In "Instant Freeze", Mr. Freeze freezes a butler solid and knocks him over, and sound-effects suggest that he is shattered into pieces.
A later reference suggests the butler survived. In "Green Ice", Mr. Freeze freezes a policeman solid; it is left unclear whether he survived.
In "The Penguin's Nest", a policeman suffers an electric shock at the hands of the Penguin's accomplices, but he is presumed to survive, as he appears in some later episodes.
A catch-phrase popularized by the series was Robin's saying "Holy [subject], Batman! This phrase was parodied in the film Batman Forever.
In many episodes, Batman and Robin must get to a high point of a building or other structure. They do this via the Batrope which is thrown and anchored above the high point, and which Batman and Robin climb by walking up the side of the structure with the aid of the rope.
The climbing sequences were filmed by rotating the camera 90 degrees and building a set for the "side" of the structure along the studio floor.
The heroes' capes were pulled back to replicate the pull of gravity with invisible lines. In many episodes, celebrities made cameo appearances by popping their heads out of windows along these climbs to speak to the heroes.
In one episode, Catwoman's hideout is a hair salon owned by a "Mr. The real-life inspiration for the character, hair stylist Jay Sebring , appears uncredited during the fight scene and has a couple of spoken lines.
The villains commonly have henchmen whose names are somehow associated with the villain's identity; for example, Catwoman's henchmen have cat-related names like Felix and Leo.
Characters commonly use alliterations. Examples include Batman referring to the Joker as a "hateful harlequin" and the Penguin calling Catwoman a "feline floozy".
Egghead was tricked into disbelieving his discovery, though, as was Tut in the episode when he bugged the Batmobile. In the episode when Tut tunneled into the Batcave, he was hit on the head by a rock, which made him forget his discovery and jarred him back into his identity as a mild-mannered professor of Egyptology at Yale University.
While under the spell of the Siren Joan Collins , Commissioner Gordon found the Batcave beneath Wayne Manor and deduced Batman's true identity, but Alfred gassed him to prevent his informing her, the memory of the discovery gone after leaving the Siren's spell.
The show's campiness was played up in elements, including the design of the villains, dialogue and in signs appearing on various props.
Most of Batman's items in the Batcave, bat-vehicles and on the utility belt were given superfluous and simplistic block-letter labels, even though Batman, Robin, and Alfred, the only people who used the equipment, clearly knew what all of it was.
The Bat Computer frequently had a different sign on top, depending on the specific function it was to perform in that episode.
Many of the futuristic props decorating the Batcave — including the Bat Computer itself — were borrowed from another 20th Century Fox TV show filming on the adjacent lot, namely Lost In Space.
Viewers saw easily recognisable props from the Lost in Space Jupiter 2 set presented on Batman , without any attempt at disguise or re-dressing, as the show appeared to send even itself up.
Near the end of the third season, ratings had dropped significantly, and ABC cancelled the show. NBC agreed to take over the series, but before it could do so, it discovered that hundreds of thousands of dollars of Batman sets had been destroyed.
Rather than rebuild the sets, NBC dropped the project. They are currently shown on the classic TV networks TeleXitos , weekdays dubbed in Spanish, as well as Saturday mornings on IFC.
From the beginning, cameras were purposely placed out of level with the set known as " Dutch tilt " , and characters were filmed from high and low angles.
This technique was most often used when filming on the set of a villain's lair to lend a surreal, comic-book quality to the scenes, as well as to imply or merely remind the viewer that the criminals were crooked.
The original Batmobile from the s TV series was auctioned on January 19, , at the Barrett-Jackson auction house in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Several cast members recorded music tied into the series. Adam West released a single titled "Miranda", a country-tinged pop song that he actually performed in costume during live appearances in the s.
Burgess Meredith recorded a spoken-word single called "The Escape" backed with "The Capture", which consisted of the Penguin narrating his recent crime spree to a jazz beat.
Burt Ward recorded a song called "Boy Wonder, I Love You", written and arranged by Frank Zappa. In , Batman: The Exclusive Original Soundtrack Album was released on LP, featuring music by Nelson Riddle and snippets of dialogue from Adam West, Burt Ward, Burgess Meredith, Frank Gorshin, Anne Baxter as Zelda the Great and George Sanders the first Mr.
The "Batman Theme" was included, along with titles like "Batusi A Go! Freeze", and "Batman Blues". It was reissued later on compact disc.
In January , Conan O'Brien posted on his Twitter account, and Warner Bros. On April 10, , the website tvshowsondvd. Prior to the announcement, multiple conflicting reports were given for the reason the series had not been released officially.
These included:. Until , only the feature film was available on DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for nonbroadcast viewing in North America.
This affected the television movie reunion Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt , also released to DVD, which was able to make use of footage only from the movie.
With Batman being unavailable for home-video release until , an unusual situation occurred in which material that would be considered DVD featurettes was released separately.
In , Image Entertainment released Holy Batmania, a two-DVD set that included documentaries on the making of the series, as well as rare footage such as the original screen tests of the cast and Lyle Waggoner.
It was released on DVD March 11, Also in , PBS produced and transmitted a documentary titled Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle. This documentary talked a little bit about the series and included an interview with Adam West.
On November 11, , Warner Bros. This series is also available at the Google Play Store , and iTunes Store.
Television critics Alan Sepinwall and Matt Zoller Seitz ranked Batman as the 82nd greatest American television show of all time in their book titled TV The Book , stating that "West's performance, the brilliance of which has required decades to be properly recognized, played as if series creator William Dozier and chief developer Lorenzo Semple Jr.
The anarchic gangs of supervillains and henchmen that kept trying to capture or destroy Gotham City stood in for the forces of chaos that kept threatening to engulf so-called civilized America throughout the sixties, only made colorfully grotesque and knowingly silly.
A film based on the television show, Batman , was released in The film was originally intended to be produced before the series as a way to introduce the series to the public.
However, the series' premiere was moved up and the film was forced to wait until the summer hiatus after the first season. The film was produced quickly to get into theatres prior to the start of season two of the television series.
The film did not initially perform well in theaters. Originally, the movie had been conceived to help sell the television series abroad, but the success of the series in the United States was sufficient publicity.
The film was shot after season one was filmed. The movie's budget allowed for producers to build the Batboat and lease a helicopter that would be made into the Batcopter , both of which were used in the second and third seasons of the television show.
West and Ward announced at the Mad Monster Party that one or two Batman animated movies would be released in with the two doing voiced roles as their characters for the show's 50th anniversary along with Julie Newmar returning.
The trailer for Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders made its debut on August 17, A sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders called Batman vs.
Two-Face was released on October 10, The film starred William Shatner voicing Two-Face as the main antagonist. This was one of Adam West's final performances before he died from leukemia.
In , DC began publication of Batman '66, a comic book series telling all-new stories set in the world of the —68 TV series. Jeff Parker writes the series, which features cover art by Mike Allred and interior art by different artists each issue.
Penguin, Joker, Riddler, Catwoman and Mr. Freeze also appear in the series. Issue 3 of Batman '66 introduced the Red Hood and Dr. Holly Quinn into the series continuity.
In issue 7, Batman used a new vehicle, the Bat-Jet, to follow False-Face to Mount Rushmore. The series was to have introduced Killer Croc into the continuity, as well as a new villainess named Cleopatra.
Issues 23 through 28 were mainly dedicated to introducing villains from the comics that either were not used, such as Solomon Grundy , Poison Ivy and Scarecrow , or did not exist at the time, such as Bane , the Harlequin Dr.
Quinn's criminal persona and Killer Croc who was introduced earlier as one of King Tut's henchmen, but gained a focus story.
In April , the first five issues were compiled into the Batman '66 Vol. Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman likewise worked on a Batman and Green Hornet crossover, titled Batman '66 meets The Green Hornet.
The six-issue miniseries began publication in June The series would be written by Batman '66 veteran Jeff Parker and Archies stalwart Michael Moreci.
Mike Allred would return to create the main covers with Archie artists creating the alternative covers and interior art. The 7th issue of Solo featured a short adventure titled Batman A-Go-Go!
Bluewater Comics has released a series of comics that take their cue from the TV show. They are The Mis-Adventures of Adam West , The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar , and Burt Ward, Boy Wonder and are similar in tone to the TV series.
The Mis-Adventures of Adam West is a four-issue miniseries and a regular series that ran nine issues. The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar is a four-issue miniseries and Burt Ward, Boy Wonder was going to be a four-issue miniseries, but has not yet been published in full although a promotional first issue was released for Free Comic Book Day.
Van Williams and Bruce Lee made a cameo appearance as the Green Hornet and Kato in "window cameos" while the Batman and Robin were climbing a building.
This was in part one of a two-part second-season episode of the Batman TV series, "The Spell of Tut", which aired on September 28, Later that same season, the Green Hornet and Kato appeared in the two-part second-season episodes A Piece of the Action and Batman's Satisfaction , which aired on March 1—2, In the two episodes, the Green Hornet and Kato are in Gotham City to bust a counterfeit stamp ring run by Colonel Gumm portrayed by Roger C.
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