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Cool movie toys: Batman '66, more

POSTED: 8:13 AM Dec 24 2013   UPDATED: 6:24 PM Jul 31 2014

High-end 12-inch figures from the "Batman TV" show are only two of the cool new Bat-tastic items out there. Take a look the figures and more.

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Just in time for the release of the classic TV series "Batman" on DVD and Blu-ray -- and the 75th anniversary celebration of Batman -- Hot Toys has released new 12-inch (1:6 scale) high-end figures of Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) from the show. Take a look at the figures, distributed stateside by Sideshow Collectibles, and other cool "Batman" items.

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