Friday, December 16, 2011

Batman 1966 series on Me-TV this Saturday!

Me-TV continues its broadcast of the 1966 "Batman" TV series. This week:

The Joker Goes to School Pt. 1
The Clown Prince Of Crime, The Joker, attempts to undermine student morale at Woodrow Roosevelt High School in order to recruit high school dropouts for his gang of Bad Pennies by rigging the school vending machines to give out silver dollars and negotiable stocks and bonds instead of milk.

The Joker Goes to School Pt. 2
Just as the deadly one-armed bandit spins 3 lemons, Gotham City suffers a massive blackout! The Joker and his gang beat a harried retreat, just as the cops arrive just in time to cut Batman and Robin out from the electric chairs before the power comes back on!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Batman 1966 series on Me-TV Saturday Dec. 10

Me-TV continues its run of the 1966 "Batman" TV series with:

The Thirteenth Hat
Jervis Tetch, The Mad Hatter, sets out to take revenge against The Batman and the 12 members of the jury that convicted him and sent him to prison. Using The Super Instant Mesmerizer concealed in his top hat, he begins stealing hats of the jurors--along with their owners! After collecting most of the jury, Tetch decides it's time to add Batman's cowl.

Batman Stays Pat
Jervis Tetch is convinced that The Batman has smothered to death inside the plaster, and he has the real Marbot break it open in order to obtain a mold of The Caped Crusader's cowl. As Marbot slowly chips away at the plaster shroud, they hear someone chipping away from the inside!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Batman helmet and cape

Batcode key

Batman wallet

Batman pencil case

I'm a Batman Crimefighter button

Batman bike horn

Batman and Robin scissors

Batphone toy

Batman 1966 TV series tonight on Me-TV

Tonight's episodes:

Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away
After surviving the explosion unscathed in Episode 1, that crafty Count Of Conundrums, The Riddler, returns to once again overturn ceremony. Here, the ceremony is a welcoming one for the visiting King Boris, who has arrived in Gotham City to present a gift from his country, a miniature replica of The Queen Of Freedom Monument.

Rats Away, Mice Will Play 
While The Riddler's men escort King Boris and his statue back to Gotham, Batman manages to get his blowtorch from his utility belt and burn the armature, causing the reactor to short circuit and deactivate. The Dynamic Duo free themselves and return to The Batcave. Believing he has spun The Duo to their deaths, The Riddler proceeds with his blackmail scheme