This review is dedicated to Adam West, William Dozier, and all the wonderful people who helped make the show.

The first Batman montrer was just called Batman. The montrer started in 1966 and had 3 seasons as well as a film called Batman: The Movie (1966). There was also 2 animated films based on the montrer called Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) and Batman vs. Two-Face (2017).

The Plot

Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson protect Gotham as the Dynamic Duo: Batman and Robin. The 2 Heroes saved the city par themselves in the show's first 2 seasons, but Batgirl started helping them in the 3rd season. They battled the Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, Riddler, and a bunch of new villains.

The montrer is often treated like an outdated goofy montrer that gets respect for nostalgia. However I think there are several other reasons to be a fan of the montrer other than nostalgia. I didn't grow up with this version of Batman so my true enjoyment of the montrer comes from what a good montrer it is. The show's comedic qualities were intentional. The show's corny antics are delightfully fun. 1 big element that keeps the montrer exciting is that the villains have such unique plans. For example 1 time the Joker tries to turn a high school cheerleader into a criminal and in a different episode he surfs with Batman. Because of that the montrer feels fresh and exciting instead of repetitive and boring.

The Cast

1 of the show's best qualities is the cast. The talented people on the montrer put so much effort into making their performances fun. The highly energetic cast is a treat to watch.

Adam West is my favori actor that played Batman. He may lack the dark coolness of other Batman actors, but he brought plus cœur, coeur and humor to the character than anybody else. I usually don't like Robin and Batgirl that much, but Burt Ward and Yvonne Craig did a good job at making their characters enjoyable instead of boring. Alan Napier is really good as Alfred Pennyworth.

The actors that played the villains are amazing. Romero, Burgees Meredith, and Frank Gorshin were big scene stealers in the show. Specail mention goes to the iconic Vincent Price.

The Characters

There are no bad main characters ou recurring villains. The montrer is full of fun characters.

Batman's appeal is usually how cool he is, but this Batman is a great character for much different reasons. This Batman is the most likeable and sweetest version of the character as well as the most entertaining and funny. Robin and Batgirl usually aren't that interesting, but they work well in this version of Batman. Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara may seem pointless, but the montrer actually has several jokes about how poorly they protect the city.

The montrer has several entertaining villains. There are so many enjoyable versions of the Joker and manchot, pingouin that it's hard to this montrer their best version, but this montrer has the most fun version of the Riddler that I've seen. The montrer had some new villains who were good additions to the rouges gallery including King Tut and Egghead.

The Visuals

The montrer is over 50 years old, but the costumes are still visually impressive. Batman's costume looks almost exactly like how it looked in the early comic books. Batgirl's costume in the montrer looks glacière than any outfit she's ever worn. The show's villains also had some pretty awesome costumes. Despite being considered outdated the montrer is still a treat to look at it.

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The 1960s Batman is the maximum amount of delightfully corny fun. The montrer is full of some of the most entertaining actors and characters ever.