1966 Batman Opening Done with Stop Motion Toy Animation, Plus Cute Woman in Catwoman Costume

Now go animate the entire Adam West Batman movie like this.
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Mattel recently released a line of 1960’s-inspired Batman toys. Logically someone used them to make a stop motion animation version of the opening credits of the show. That person was Kyle Roberts and the team at RECKLESS ABNDNMENT, and they did a wonderful job.

The video is bookended with a woman dressed as Catwoman prowling through what we assume is supposed to be Wayne Manor. Some could call this vignette unnecessary, but frankly I wish more YouTube videos were framed with clips of Catwoman.

(via Kyle Roberts)

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