Was Burt Ward considered handsome back in his heyday?

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Bruce, not to mention Aunt Harriet, would NEVER have allowed our Boy Wonder to sprout facial hair before his third season thrust into manhood - at least until after he obtained his international drivers license in preparation for the trip to Gotham-Lookalike-Londinium.

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I was going to say something, but decided not to. :lol: :lol:

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Riddlersgurl wrote:I was going to say something, but decided not to. :lol: :lol:
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Very cute I bet!

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I think Burt was very cute when he did Robin in the TV Series, Adam was cute to tho

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Burt Ward was considered 'pretty' at the time. William Dozier told stories about Ward mentioning his "million dollar face". Adam West in 1966 practically invented handsome. :)

William Dozier:
‘The only time I had a little problem with Burt, and that wasn’t much, was when he would talk about his ‘million-dollar face.’ During those explosions that we would have on the sets, sometimes as part of those special effects, he would become worried about his ‘million-dollar face,’ and he was serious. One day when we were shooting the feature, I went over on the set, and they were sitting around. I said, ‘What’s the matter?’ and they said, ‘Burt is not here. He is over in the infirmary.’ I said, ‘What’s the matter with him?’ They said he had some sort of problem. So, I went over to the infirmary on the lot and said, ‘What is the matter with you?’ Well, he said, ‘I have this pain.’ I said, ‘While you are enjoying that pain, get your ***Censored on this rated G site*** over to the set.’ He said ‘Yes, sir,’ and went back on the set immediately. But that was the way you had to treat him. He was an absolute baby.”
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When Batman first premiered in 1966 I was 12 1/2 yrs. old. I remember sitting in front of the TV and Holy Knock Out my eyes were glued and there was certain feelings going on inside me letting me know that I was beginning to become a woman !!! So to answer your question - HOLY HEART THROB !!!




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He was like Quasimodo , women were running away in fear :lol:

(that's sarcasm for those that don't get my "brand" of humor)

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