1966 'Batman' TV opening gets homemade recreation

The classic Batman TV series has gotten a push from Warner Bros. lately -- headlined by the Batman '66 digital-first comic book from DC Comics, and including various toys and merchandise. But this latest tribute comes from an independent source: Dustin McLean of DustFilms, who produced a faithful shot-for-shot remake of the show's opening sequence with homemade costumes and supplies (and soundtrack) rather than special effects.

It's part of McLean's "Homemade Movies" series, whose past entries included the Man of Steel and Star Trek Into Darkness trailers. Homemade Movies in the midst of "Batman month," and as part of the festivities also recreated the famous "I'm Batman" scene from Tim Burton's 1989 film. For more insight into how McLean and friends make the recreation magic happen, there's a behind-the-scenes video.

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