Adam West and Burt Ward Signed Batmobile with COA
Batmobile Personally Signed by Adam West (Batman) & Burt Ward (Robin) - 1966 TV Series 1:18 with Full COA
Holy smoke, Batman! Calling all Batman fans – don't miss this incredible signed Batmobile, autographed by the original Batman (Adam West) and the original Robin (Burt Ward). The car comes with the original box, making it a truly collectible piece.
- The Batmobile is personally signed by both Adam West and Burt Ward.
- Comes with Certificates of Authenticity from two companies. Item ships affixed with two holograms – one from MJB Memorabilia (serial-numbered and tamper-evident Authentication Hologram) and another.
- Custom box featuring a photo of Adam West and Burt Ward in the background.
- Beautiful gold plaque adorns the front of the box.
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- Shipping available worldwide.
- Priced at $1,995.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of Batman history, signed by the iconic original duo themselves!
Adam West and Burt Ward were the dynamic duo who brought the beloved characters of Batman and Robin to life in the 1960s television series, "Batman." Their unique portrayal of the Caped Crusader and his trusty sidekick captured the imagination of a generation and left a lasting impact on popular culture.
Adam West, born as William West Anderson, was an American actor who became synonymous with the role of Batman. His portrayal was characterized by a deadpan comedic style and a distinctively modulated voice that added a lighthearted tone to the crime-fighting superhero. Burt Ward, born as Bert John Gervis Jr., played the role of Robin, the Boy Wonder. His youthful exuberance and enthusiasm perfectly complemented West's more mature and composed Batman. Together, they fought crime and grappled with an array of colorful villains in the fictional Gotham City. The "Batman" TV series, which aired from 1966 to 1968, became an instant hit and has since remained a cult classic, with West and Ward's performances continuing to charm fans of all ages.
The 1960s "Batman" TV series embraced a campy and humorous approach to storytelling, which differentiated it from the darker, more serious tone often associated with Batman in the comic books. Adam West and Burt Ward's performances as Batman and Robin contributed significantly to the show's unique and lighthearted atmosphere. The duo became known for their witty banter, over-the-top action sequences, and the memorable use of onomatopoeic sound effects like "Bam!", "Pow!", and "Wham!" that appeared as graphics during fight scenes.
The iconic Batmobile, the Batcave, and the Bat-Signal were all integral elements of the show, further enriching the Batman universe. In addition to their unforgettable performances as the crime-fighting duo, West and Ward also appeared as their alter egos, the billionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne and his young ward, Dick Grayson. The show featured an impressive roster of guest stars, many of whom played memorable villains, such as Burgess Meredith as The Penguin, Cesar Romero as The Joker, and Julie Newmar as Catwoman.
Although the original "Batman" series only ran for three seasons, it left an indelible mark on popular culture. The show's unique blend of humor, action, and adventure, along with the undeniable chemistry between West and Ward, solidified their place in the annals of television history. In subsequent years, both actors reprised their roles in various animated series, films, and conventions, embracing their iconic status and endearing themselves to generations of fans.