Netflix Nostalgia: Classic movies from every decade

Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John and American actor John Travolta as they appear in the Paramount film 'Grease', 1978. (Photo by Paramount Pictures/Fotos International/Getty Images)
Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John and American actor John Travolta as they appear in the Paramount film 'Grease', 1978. (Photo by Paramount Pictures/Fotos International/Getty Images) /
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Adam West, US actor, and Burt Ward, US actor, both in costume as the ‘Dynamic Duo’ in a publicity still issued for the television series, ‘Batman’, USA, circa 1966. The television series featuring DC Comics characters, starred West as ‘Bruce Wayne’ and his alter ego ‘Batman’, and Ward as ‘Dick Grayson’ and his alter ego ‘Robin’. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)
Adam West, US actor, and Burt Ward, US actor, both in costume as the ‘Dynamic Duo’ in a publicity still issued for the television series, ‘Batman’, USA, circa 1966. The television series featuring DC Comics characters, starred West as ‘Bruce Wayne’ and his alter ego ‘Batman’, and Ward as ‘Dick Grayson’ and his alter ego ‘Robin’. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images) /

1960s: Batman (1966)

Starring:  Adam West, Burt Ward, Lee Meriwether 

Director: Leslie H. Martinson

Favorite Quote: “Holy sardine!”

Based on the television series of the same name, Batman is back and ready for action.

In the film, Batman takes along his sidekick Robin for an crime-fighting adventure against four villains who wants to put the world in grave danger. Even better, they have created a secret weapon. Batman and Robin have to take on The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler, and The Catwoman to save the world from ultimate danger.

This movie brings back lots of memories of Batman, but more importantly the hilarious phrases that Robin coined in the television series. “Holy Halloween” and “Holy heart failure” make the movie viewing experience one to remember.

Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 stars