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    Quote Originally Posted by Starsky_Hutch76 View Post
    I love the ideas others have posted of Batman'66/Get Smart
    The Bat-phone / Shoe-phone x/over ...

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    These really should exist in the same universe...



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    2 left, will this be the last Batman 66 TV x/over?

    What does anyone want to see after Man from UNCLE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame(when they were made) and style of the book, would be Star Trek.

    Adam West's Batman and William Shatner's Kirk hamming it up and trying to outdo their scenery chewing, would be tremendous!

    Khan (Montalbán) and Joker (Romero) meeting and switching places (by way of transport mixup) and each wreaking havoc in the other's place.
    ....Also just to have Batgirl(Craig) meet her Green Alien self, would be great!
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    I concur with the Batman '66/ Star Trek thing.
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    I personally think Star Trek would fit the feel of the series ...
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    Since Kirk and the gang wound up traveling back to the '60s a few times on TOS, I would say it definitely shouldn't rule out them appearing.

    Come on DC, this is the one big franchise you need to cross over with 66, don't let this series end without this happening...
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    Any word on the Avengers crossover?
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post
    Any word on the Avengers crossover?
    I think it's done.

    They need to do Batman 66 meet Star Trek original series now!



    Or Batman 66 meets Get Smart!

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    If it hasn't already been said, the Monkees should have met Batman and Robin, if they weren't on different networks.

    And, perhaps more likely to have happened would have been a BURKE'S LAW and BATMAN match-up. Lorenzo Semple, Jr., wrote for both series and both appeared on ABC. But BATMAN came on the air just as BURKE'S LAW was going off--maybe that's one reason why BATMAN was put on the schedule mid-season.
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    A battle of detectives when Bruce Wayne is framed for a crime by an unknown evil-doer.


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    Seven pages in, and i can't believe no one suggested batman '66 meets doctor who.

    Adam wests batman, patrick troughton's second doctor. Mr,freeze and the yeti. Or ice warriors.....

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    Could Batman get Gilligan, the Skipper too, the millionaire and his wife, the movie star, the professor, and Maryann off that damn island?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buried Alien View Post
    Could Batman get Gilligan, the Skipper too, the millionaire and his wife, the movie star, the professor, and Maryann off that damn island?

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    I can just imagine seeing Robin torn between Ginger and Mary Ann. Batman trying to disguise his voice as obviously both Bruce Wayne and Thurston Howell travel in the same circles. The Professor discussing the wonders of science with Batman. But when push comes to shove...

    not even BatGod gets the castaways off that island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buried Alien View Post
    Could Batman get Gilligan, the Skipper too, the millionaire and his wife, the movie star, the professor, and Maryann off that damn island?

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    Actually... a fiiting end for Batman '66 would be to have them get stuck on the island with the castaways... with Gilligan accidentally fouling up every plan Batman makes to save them all.
    And even though Bruce and Dick could get off the island, by themselves, Bruce's irrational need to serve and protect would have them doomed to never get back to Gotham.
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    How about a crossover between Batman and the Monkees? They were (sometimes) Superheroes during the 60s.





    And while lots of people have referenced actors from Batman appearing on another show, The Monkees actually had an appearance by Burgess Meridith AS the Penguin, so we've already established that they're in the same universe as Batman

    He might look a little bit different, but it's obviously supposed to be him. He even did the trademark laugh.



    (oh yeah, and Superman actually appeared on one episode of the Monkees as well. It was a joke cameo, but he was there.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Another possible crossover TV franchise that would actually fit the 66 theme, time frame(when they were made) and style of the book, would be Star Trek.

    Adam West's Batman and William Shatner's Kirk hamming it up and trying to outdo their scenery chewing, would be tremendous!


    They need to do Batman 66 meet Star Trek original series now!
    Ok not a Star Trek crossover but maybe even better!!!

    http://www.cbr.com/william-shatner-t...B-P&view=lista
    At New York Comic Con’s “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders” panel and world premiere, Warner Bros. Animation president Sam Register revealed that the next DC Comics-based animated film will be a sequel to the ’66 Batman send-up, titled “Batman vs. Two-Face.”

    Register closed the panel by revealing a teaser of sorts for the film — after indicating that it would feature a character that never appeared on the ’66 series. He showed a silhouette that looked a lot like Two-Face — which faded away to reveal a video with William Shatner…
    In the video, Shatner broke the name of the new film and announced that he’ll be voicing District Attorney Harvey Dent, A.K.A. Two-Face. No further information was given.

    “Batman vs. Two-Face” hasn’t been given a release date, though it’ll likely be the next DC Comics animated feature after the upcoming “Justice League Dark.”
    Looks like we're going to see the 1966 show version of Two Face after all, he's going to be voiced by William Shatner no less, in the animated sequel called Batman vs Two Face;

    Quote Originally Posted by The Caped Knight View Post
    here it is

    Holy scenery chewing!
    This is awesome! Shatner as Two-Face is brilliant!
    Should have happens 50 years ago.
    So who is going to ham it up more, Shatner or West?

    Anyone not convinced should re-watch "The Enemy Within" for a refresher why this is brilliant! .



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=12tMVK42yQg
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