Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson become the dynamic duo Batman and Robin as they see the bat signal flash in the sky. Together, they help protect Gothem City from villains such as the Joker, Penguin, and Riddler.Written by
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After production ended on the Batman/Superman Hour in 1969, Filmation was asked to produce two new spots featuring Superman and three featuring Batman that were incorporated into early episodes of Sesame Street (1969). See more »
When I was a kid my cousin let me borrow a video that consisted a collection of episodes from this show. Having seen the campy 1960s Batman TV show, it was nice seeing the action in cartoon mode. All the characters were colorfully drawn with rich animation; especially liked the animation of The Joker and Batgirl.
The cartoon is pretty dated by 2010's standards, but it's still fun fare for children - a little bit of good guy vs. bad guy action that is sure to keep the kids glued to the TV. Watching this brings back some fond childhood memories, as I grew up reading the comics and watching the Batman TV shows.
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