Sorry all you Tim Burton/Michael Keaton fans, but I'm referring to the 1966 Adam West/Burt Ward film. I just picked this up the other day at Target for something like $6.99 for my kid and I just wanted to offer up my meager review. If you're a fan of Adam West's Batman, this disk has a great transfer! (Anamorphic 1.85:1) The colors are vibrant and the picture is sharp and really capture the 60's feel to the film. There are a few scenes that highlight the qrainyness I'm sure was present in the original film (particularly during the fight scene when words like "POW" fly up on the screen... a side effect of the way the FX worked in those days, I suppose). But for the most part the picture is crystal clear. The sound says 2 channel stereo, but I didn't really hear any separation... I believe the original film would have been in mono anyway. I breezed through the 2 extras, one is a short blurb about the original Batmobile, and another is a behind the scenes with interviews of the cast members. I have yet to listen to the commentary with Adam West and Burt Ward. But it should be entertaining to hear West's love for playing this role. The quality of this transfer makes me hopeful for a decent set of the TV episodes someday.