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Batman Day: remember the 60-years-old serie

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The Dark Knight through the prime of his history with an avalanche of films, comics and video games

For more you turn 75, all my life I'm staying with the traditional series and movie starring Adam West. All the "Pop Art" summarized in this excellent production from their camera shots "Fallen", its colorful and giant onomatopoeia, with each punch or blow, colorful costumes and stage sets.

The Batman of pop iconography is the quintessential Adam West in the sixties. 'Batman film' dating from 1966 with a tailored mix of gray and black. No one can forget the psychedelic and strange adventures of Adam West and composed Burt Ward dynamic duo, always protected by the faithful Alfred and Gothic city police.

A treat both villains and superheroes, villains concerning, were such an important actor category that the main characters seemed beside the uncharted them. In the years that this series aired, paraded among others, The Joker - Cesar Romero, Penguin - Burgess Meredith, The puzzle - Frank Gorshin / John Astin (Homer from The Crazy Adams) - Catwoman Julie Newmar / Lee Meriwether / Eartha Kitt, king Tut (Victor Buono), the Cascarón (Vincent Price), Bell (played by Joan Collins), Captain Cold (George Sanders) (Otto Preminger) (Eli Wallach) the Enigma (Maurice Evans), the Clock king (Walter Slezak ). The Mad Hatter (David Wayne), False Face (Malachi Throne), The Archer (Art Carney), The Bibliophile (Roddy McDowall), Shame (Cliff Robertson), Ma Parker (Shelley Winters), Marsha, Queen of Diamonds (Carolyn Jones ), The Sandman (Michael Rennie), Black Widow (Tallulah Bankhead), Colonel Gumm (Roger C. Carmel), Chandell (Liberace) & Harry (Liberace), Minerva (Zsa Zsa Gabor), The Troubadour (Van Johnson), Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Rudy Vallee), Louie the Lilac (Milton Berle), Spellcraft Dr.Cassandra (Ida Lupino), Nora Clavicle (Barbara Rush), Olga, Queen of the Cossacks (Anne Baxter)

traslation: Belén Zapata