Batman (1966 TV Series)

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Batman (1966 TV Series) title card.

TV Series (1966-1968)

Adam West (Bruce Wayne / Batman)
Burt Ward (Dick Grayson / Robin)
Alan Napier (Alfred Pennyworth)
Neil Hamilton (Commissioner James Gordon)

The ludicrously straightlaced Caped Crusader battles evil in this parody of the comics.

Bell 47G

Bell 47G

Bell 47J-2 Ranger

Registration N8490E, c/n 1847.

Reg. N8490E Bell 47J-2 Ranger.
Reg. N8490E Bell 47J-2 Ranger.
Reg. N8490E Bell 47J-2 Ranger.
Reg. N8490E Bell 47J-2 Ranger.
Reg. N8490E Bell 47J-2 Ranger.

Boeing 707-131 & Douglas DC-7

DC-7 of United in the background.

Boeing 707 of TWA-Trans World Airlines and Douglas DC-7 of United Airlines.

Learjet 24

Registration N461F, s/n 24-116 built in 1966 (now N105GA).

Reg. N461F Learjet 24.
Reg. N461F Learjet 24.
Reg. N461F Learjet 24.


Registration N93085, which now belongs to a Cessna 152. It was featured on the album cover of "Up, Up and Away" by the Johnny Mann Singers.


Brantly 305

Registration N2202U, s/n 1002.Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N2202U Brantly 305.
Reg. N2202U Brantly 305.

Various Aircraft

Santa Monica Airport.
From foreground to background and from left to right:
Stinson 108
Beechcraft F35 Bonanza, Cessna 172 Skyhawk, Stinson SR-9E Reliant
Piper PA-28 Cherokee, Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer
row of tens of unidentifiable light airplanes
and a USAF Douglas C-124 Globemaster II in the far background.
Please, note that this shot is reused in Ep. 2.15 The Battle of Bel Air of the TV series The A-Team.


Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee C

Registration N201SF, c/n 28-2630 built in 1965.

Reg. N201SF Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee C.
Reg. N201SF Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee C.

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