Batman : The complete television series. Season 3 / executive producer, William Dozier ; produced by Howie Horwitz ; a Greenway production in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television ; DC Comics ; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
Batman : The complete television series. Season 3
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- Physical Description: 5 videodiscs (838 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Fullscreen.
- Publisher: [Burbank, CA] : Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. 
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Originally broadcast as a television series from 1967-1968.
Based upon the characters created by Bob Kane appearing in Batman and DC magazines.
Episodes run approximately 25 min. each.
Special features: Disc 5: Hanging with Batman (Adam West featurette); Holy memorabilia Batman! (Adam West looks at Batman memorabilia collections); Batmania born! building the world of Batman (behind the scenes documentary); Bats of the round table (Hollywood conversation about Batman); Inventing Batman : in the words of Adam West (Adam West's annotated scripts from the first and second season); Na, na, na Batman! (Hollywood discusses Batman memories); Bat rarities! straight from the vault: Batgirl pilot; Burt Ward screen test with Adam West; Actors screen tests: Lyle Waggoner and Peter Deyell; James Blakeley tribute.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Disc 1. Enter Batgirl, exit Penguin / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Ring around the Riddler / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Sam Strangis -- The wail of the siren / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by George Waggner -- The sport of penguins ; A horse of another color / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by San Strangis -- The unkindest Tut of all / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Sam Strangis -- Louie, the lilac / written by Dwight Taylor ; directed by George Waggner -- The Ogg and I / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Disc 2. How to hatch a dinosaur / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Surf's up! Joker's under! / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- The londinium larcenies ; The foggiest notion ; The bloody tower / teleplay by Elkan Allan and Charles Hoffman ; story by Elkan Allan ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Catwoman's dressed to kill / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Sam Strangis -- The Ogg couple / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- The funny feline felonies / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Disc 3. The joke's on Catwoman / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- Loui's lethal lilac time / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Sam Strangis -- Nora Clavicle and the ladies' crime club ; Penguin's clean sweep / written by Stanford Sherman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- The great escape ; The great train robbery / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Oscar Rudolph -- I'll be a mummy's uncle / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Sam Strangis -- The Joker's flying saucer / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Sam Strangis -- Disc 4. The entrancing Dr. Cassandra / written by Stanley Ralph Ross ; directed by Sam Strangis -- Minerva, mayhem and millionaires / written by Charles Hoffman ; directed by Oscar Rudolph.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Music, Billy May, Nelson Riddle ; Batman theme, Neal Hefti ; Batgirl theme, music by Billy May, lyric by Willy Mack ; director of photography, Howard Schwartz, E. Charles Straumer ; art directors, Jack Martin Smith, Serge Krizman, Frank T. Smith ; film editor, James Blakeley, Hugh Chaloupka, Homer Powell, Robert Phillips ; set decorators, Walter M. Scott, Chester Bayhi, Robert deVestel.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton, Stafford Repp, Yvonne Craig ; special guest villains: Burgess Meredith, Frank Gorshin, Joan Collins, Ethel Merman, Victor Buono, Milton Berle, Vincent Price, Anne Baxter, Cesar Romero, Rudy Vallee, Glynis Johns, Eartha Kitt, Barbara Rush, Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill, Ida Lupino, Howard Duff, Zsa Zsa Gabor ; also starring: Jonathan Troy, Elizabeth Harrower, Nicholas Georgiade, Gil Perkins, James Brolin, Madge Blake, Peggy Ann Garner, Cliff Osmond, Mike Mazurki, Lewis Charles, Joe Brooks, Patti Gilbert, Larry Duran, Lisa Seagram, Schuyler Aubrey, Richard Bakalyan, Karl Lukas, Jimmy Boyd, Alfred Dennis, Jon Lormer, Mary Benoit, Sivi Aberg, Ronnie Knox, John Mitchum, Skip Ward, Johnny Green and the Green Men, Lyn Peters, Lynley Laurence, Stacey Maxwell, Aleta Rotell, Nannette Turner, Maurice Dalimore, Larry Anthony, Monty Landis, Harvey Jason, James Griffith, Dirk Evans, Karen Huston, Rudi Gernreich, David Lewis, Sandy Kevin, Bobby Hall, Ronald Long, Dick Kallman, Christine Nelson, Louie Quinn, Percy Helton, John Dennis, Ronald Knight, Nobu McCarthy, Jean Byron, June Wilkinson, Inga Neilson, Byron Keith, Monique Van Vooren, Hermione Baddeley, Barry Dennen, Victor Lundin, Angela Dorian, Tony Epper, Joey Tata, Jock Mahoney, Corinne Calvet, Ellen Corby, Jeff Burton, Tony Gardner, Fritz Feld, Bill Zuckert, Bill Smith, Mark Bailey, Al Ferrara, Yvonne Arnett, George Neise, Jacques Bergerac.
Contains all 26 episodes of the complete third season of the original television series.
|Target Audience Note:||
Rating: Not rated.
|System Details Note:||
DVD, NTSC, region 1; Dolby Digital mono.
English subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing. Optional Portuguese dubbing. Optional French, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitles.
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