BURT WARD - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 77096
BURT WARD. Photograph signed: "Burt Ward/'Robin'". B/w, 10x8. Publicity still from the third season of the TV series, Batman (January 1966-March 1968). Captioned at lower margin: "BATMAN - YEAR 3
Sale Price $102.00
BURT WARD. Photograph signed: "Burt Ward/'Robin'". B/w, 10x8. Publicity still from the third season of the TV series, Batman (January 1966-March 1968). Captioned at lower margin: "BATMAN - YEAR 3. THE LONDINIUM LARCENIES - Robin (Burt Ward) gets nabbed by Lady Peasoup (Glynnis Johns - right) and her 'henchgirls' in a scene from 'The London Larcenies' episode of 20th Century-Fox Television's BATMAN series, seen this (day) at (time) on (channel). #1711/86". "The Londinium Larcenies", the first of a three-part series, aired on November 23, 1967, followed by "The Foggiest Notion" (November 30) and "The Bloody Tower" (December 7). This was the only three-part series of the third season and the last three-parter for the Batman show. Glynnis Johns guest starred as Lady Penelope Peasoup, the sister of Lord Marmaduke Ffogg (Rudy Vallee). The duo not only steal the Queen's collection of snuffboxes from a museum and plan to steal the crown jewels, but also run a school for lady crooks under the guise of a finishing school. Batman and Robin are called in by Ireland Yard to save the day. Burt Ward, born Bert Gervis in 1945, is best known for his role as Bruce Wayne's teen-age ward, Dick Grayson (aka the superhero's sidekick, Robin) in the popular TV series Batman. Ward also appeared in the role in Batman: The Movie (1966) and lent his voice to the "Robin" character in several animated TV series, before reuniting with Adam West, who had played Bruce Wayne/Batman, for the made-for-TV film, Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt (2003; West was 74 at the time, Ward was 56). Ward, who also appeared in several feature films, including Fire in the Night (1985), Robot Ninja (1989), Kill Crazy (1991) and Beach Babes from Beyond (1993), created a minor scandal in 1995 with the publication of his tell-all book, Boy Wonder: My Life in Tights, which detailed the on- and off-screen escapades of West and Ward. Fine condition.
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