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crisis
Thanks to appearances from Robert Wuhl (Earth-56), Burt Ward (Earth-66), Curran Walters and Alan Ritchson (Earth-9), "Crisis on Infinite Earths" has officially established Tim Burton's Michael Keaton-starring Batman, 1960's Adam West-starring Batman, and The DC Universe's Titans as part of the Arrowverse  – as you'll see below: https://youtu.be/8cmXpzfC2c4Video can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: DCTV[...]
crisis
Burt Ward, best known for playing Robin in the 1960's Batman live action show, colloquially referred to as Batman '66 due to the release date of the eponymous movie, will make an appearance. Details beyond that are slim, but this is what we know already about the "Crisis" event Ward is not the only one returning[...]
Batman Vs. Two-Face: Burt Ward On Adam West And Fighting Bruce Lee
Thankfully, a greater appreciation for the 1966 Adam West/Burt Ward Batman television series' camp style, upbeat theme music, and intentionally humorous, simplistic morality developed over time as Batman fans learned to appreciate having both "The Dark Knight" and "The Light Knight." Though reruns of the series are still being broadcast both in the United States and[...]
two-face
marked that event in part with Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, an animated movie featuring Adam West and Burt Ward as Batman and Robin Prior to the release of the sequel, West passed away at the age of 88 While there was not a melancholy looming over the Batman vs Two-Face panel, fans and[...]
Batman's Kind Of A Jerk From Time To Time
He, along with Julie Newmar and Burt Ward reprise the roles after fifty years In the videos below, West talks about playing the character and doing the unexpected. Batman: Return of the Caped Crusader is available now. https://youtu.be/tylBjd7WSdEVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders | Adam West On The Unexpected[...]
Burt Ward Talks Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusader
After many many many years, Burt Ward has gotten the chance to return to the character that made him famous – Dick Grayson / Robin The actor voiced an animated version of the role he once played in live-action as the 1966 Batman series was brought back in a new animated feature, Batman: Return of[...]
NYCC 2016 World Premiere of Batman: The Return of The Caped Crusaders 
by Chuck Brouillette Warner Bros Animation debuted Batman: The Return of The Caped Crusaders on the opening night of NYCC 2016 and it was a vintage and vigorous delight. As always, I'll craft my insights towards comments rather than crib notes, but as they often say: Beware of Bat-Spoilers! The film features the return of Adam West, Burt[...]
Behind The Scenes Of Robot Chicken's DC Special 3
Jason Inman of DC All-Access talks with the folks behind the Robot Chicken DC Special 3 including Geoff Johns, Seth Green, Tom Root, Burt Ward, Tom Sheppard and Matthew Senreich This time they are focusing on the multiverse, doing their version of Crisis and we get to meet… Pez Luthor. Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical Friendship[...]
Burt Ward Countdowns The Top Five Robin Stories
Burt Ward, the man who brought Dick Grayson / Robin to life in the 1966 Batman television series, hosts DC All-Access' list of the Top 5 Robin Stories You've Never Read… not sure why they keep going to the "you never read" card… but oh well It's fun to hear Ward expounding on the highlights of[...]
Adam West And Burt Ward To Return To The Batcave For Animated Feature
Down in North Carolina at the Mad Monster Party, guests Adam West and Burt Ward revealed that the two would be voicing the roles of Batman and Robin in an upcoming 90 minute animated movie for the 50th anniversary of the launch of the 1966 television series Ward said that they are set to make[...]
From $284.99 To $39.98 – 5 Different Ways To Buy The Batman '66 TV Series
Bonus features also contain a few goodies from the archives including Burt Ward's original screen test with Adam West, the Batgirl pilot and more! Option 2: On DVD. 199.70, $134.82 on Amazon.  Also coming to retail stores on November 11 are the Batman: The Complete Television Series DVD set (18 DVDs, extensive Episode Guide, more than three hours[...]