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I know that this really falls more into "Don't Touch That Dial" group but I was excited to get this new limited edition of the Complete 1966 Batman box set. My wife recorded an unboxing video for me and I just wanted to share my excitement with my friends here at GAOH. I apologize in advance for any snafus (like me saying 1970s pop style when I mean 1960s) but that's what happens when you do things on the fly, and unfortunately you only have one go at it. So, here it is....

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Comment by Dave Miller on November 20, 2014 at 10:36am

Holy Bat-mania.

This is so cool, Kevin. Enjoy!

Comment by Ktrek on November 18, 2014 at 11:31pm

That cat is our Persian named Gandalf. He looks completely bored out of his mind. I didn't realize he was back there until after we shot the video. I was thinking about getting Bewitched as well. Sam's Club here has it for around $25.00 on DVD for the complete series. They also have I Dream of Jeannie for around $22.00. I've spent a lot of money in the last couple of months on Blu-Rays and DVDs though so I'm trying to resist. lol

Comment by kareng on November 18, 2014 at 6:16am

Great youtube Kevin!  That should keep you going before, during and after the Christmas season!  I think you like your Batman series, like I like all my Bewitched DVDs.  Enjoy.  :D

PS.  your cat is so cute!   =^^=

Comment by Ginny on November 13, 2014 at 8:57pm

Happy early Christmas! Enjoy your set!  :)

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