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Tiny TVs are real-working sets that feature famous scenes and quotes from iconic shows and movies. Each Tiny TV comes with a matching remote that features volume, mute, power, and channel buttons to control the Tiny TV. Even switch from scene to scene using the remote!
Get ready to watch Batman like never before - on the TINIEST TV! Introducing Tiny TV Classics, the NEWEST collectible from Basic Fun!. Tiny TV Classics are real-working TVs that feature the most famous scenes and quotes from top shows and movies, like Batman. Each Tiny TV comes with a remote, that really works! That's right! Use your remote to turn your Tiny TV on, sit back, and enjoy channel surfing from scene to scene! The action never STOPS! When you're done, place your Tiny TV and remote on the custom backdrop scene (included) to really show off your Tiny TV.
TOP SCENES ON TINY SCREENS - Enjoy the most famous scenes and quotes from Batman on the TINIEST TV!
REAL-WORKING REMOTE - Each Tiny TV comes with a remote, that really works! That's right! Use your remote to turn your Tiny TV on, sit back, and enjoy channel surfing from scene to scene! The laughs never STOP!
CUSTOM BACKDROP SCENE - When you're done, place your Tiny TV and remote on the custom backdrop scene (included) to really show off your Tiny TV.
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Fall may be right but I do know some people already have them and are showing them off on Instagram. There are a few non Batman ones on Ebay already too. The weird part is it says 4 more versions with different shows ( including Star Trek ) coming in October. So if four more are in October then what does fall '21 mean?
Yes. I don't know how long or how many but you can change them with the remote. I saw the opening and at least 2 other scenes with sound.
The Robin and Joker images are just the sides of the box.
I was at a Dollshouse Miniatures Fair a few years ago and they had tiny, working widescreen TVs that connected to a VCR (or DVD?) player - which played whatever you liked on the monitor.
With this line, though, I love how the style of TV matches the show! (Although, Down Under, our "Batman '66" was always b/w, until March 1975.
I shared this wooden ornament I picked up from eBay last year, which is also rather cool. (And the "Looney Tunes" TV is a Hallmark ornament.)
TV Riddler by Ian McLean, on Flickr
Therin of Andor
(aka Ian McLean, from Sydney, Australia)