Zap! Pow! Zoom to a Hollywood ‘Batman ’66’ Retrospective

Drive your Batmobile to The Hollywood Museum at The Historic Max Factor Building to pow-zoom past a line-up of nifty artifacts from the 1960s TV phenomenon.

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"Holy Hollywood History! Batman '66" is open now at The Hollywood Museum at The Historic Max Factor Building. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday.
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Photos by Bill Dow/Courtesy of The Hollywood Museum
"Holy Hollywood History! Batman '66" is open now at The Hollywood Museum at The Historic Max Factor Building. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday.
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Photos by Bill Dow/Courtesy of The Hollywood Museum
There are four sections to the exhibit: Wayne Manor, The Batcave, Gallery of Guest Super Villains, and The Collectibles of Batman '66.
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Beautiful realized costumes and props from the show are plentiful, but dare you enter The Penguin's Nest? Whatever you do, keep your eyes peeled for outfits rarely seen in public, including "... an original Dr. Casandra costume worn by TV and film star Ida Lupino."
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The exhibit is a tribute to the memory of star Adam West, who passed away in June of 2017.
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What would any in-depth look at the legacy of "Batman" be without its line-up of eek-makers, hilarious baddies, and those villains who would stop Batman in his good deed-making tracks?
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A sign from the show gives those heading to the metropolis at the heart of the show an important mileage update.
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A number of actors from the series attended the opening night affair earlier in January 2018, including Burt Ward — Robin! — as well as Lee Meriwether, Sivi Aberg, and Barbara Rush.
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Moving machines? So important to the series. You'll spy a car and these fast-looking wheels — hooray, it's the Batcycle — at the retrospective.
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Big hues, big schemes, dastardly plans, and superheros saving the day? That's the vibe of the artifact-laden walk-through.
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Photos by Bill Dow/Courtesy of The Hollywood Museum
Don't miss "Holy Hollywood History! Batman '66" at The Hollywood Museum. It's open now, with no end date, but do what Batman and Robin might do: Run quickly, with your cape flying behind you, to the building at once for an entertaining hour or two of superheroic television history.
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