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Batman, Family Guy: Exclusive Adam West Interview Supports Hollywood Star

Adam West Batman interviewOn Saturday evening at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club and Podcast Theatre on Universal CityWalk, Batman’s Adam West was interviewed by super fan and collector Ralph Garman of KROQ. Tickets sold for $40 each.

For two hours, they discussed West’s 50+ years in show business. They of course spent a good amount of time on the actor’s time as Batman the caped crusader, as well as more recent work like FOX’s Family Guy.

If you weren’t fortunate enough to attend in person, the interview was recorded and is being offered for download. There’s a suggested donation price of $2 but you can certainly pay more if you like. All proceeds from the downloads and tickets go to the costs for West’s upcoming star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Here’s the link to purchase the interview and here’s a sample:

 

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oops... January 31, 2012 at 3:57 pm

Hey Mr. Admin-
fyi – instead of posting a sample, you posted both parts of the whole interview.

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admin January 31, 2012 at 9:19 pm

oops… » That’s the way they have it set up. The hope is that you’ll pay to download a copy.

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Grandizer January 31, 2012 at 8:57 am

He doesn’t have a star???
Wow, I didn’t know that. I would have thought that stars paid for their own stars though.
I would think that while yes, in the 60’s and 70’s, actors took the check then with no money on the re runs or VHS sales or now DVD and Blu-Ray sales, he would be making some money off of his later efforts. Family Guy of course. Maybe voice acting doesn’t pay as much, no duh, but still he is on the show at least half of the season.
But I don’t know how he lives in real life, maybe he has a lavish lifestyle.

I wonder if Get Smart has a star?
Genie and The Beav? The Rifleman and Bonanza?
Laura Ingalls and her family?
Hmmm. Probably a website I could find out the answers to that… :)

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Bethany January 30, 2012 at 8:41 pm

LMAO Holy misunderstanding thomas daly! I have to agree with the admin that it was a fundraiser. I am shocked to learn that Adam West had not gotten his star yet. There are not many actors who were on tv shows back in the 60’s/70’s that when you simply say their name, a song pops into your head, and you know exactly who that is, even if you were not alive during that time. Adam West is one of the lucky few who you can say that about. My kids know exactly who he is because of Family Guy. I used to run around in my (over the head) batman towel “na na na na na na na”-ing the Batman theme on a nightly basis, and even had a push-pedal Batmobile with a walkie-talkie in it when I was 4. I had such a crush on the caped crusader. LOL I don’t live anywhere near there, but would have been happy to pay the price to see such a legend, and to know that I played a part in getting him his star. As a matter of fact, I don’t make a habit of such things, but think I will be paying to get the recording of the show. I even loved Adam West in Drop Dead Georgous (with Kirsty Alley and Kirsten Dunst and Dennise Richards)

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thomas daly January 30, 2012 at 2:22 pm

you had to pay 40 bucks to meet him jesus as much as i love him in family guy thats just wrong its was celebration of 40 years in the biz and you had to pay lol

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admin January 30, 2012 at 2:26 pm

thomas daly » Well, it was a fundraiser after all, not a fund-loser.

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