From Woodstock and the bombshells of Hollywood to the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Movement, the 1960s were filled with historical events and people. Although not everyone knew it at the time, the decade marked a time of growth in not only the United States but the world.
Take a seat and get ready to scroll through some important, memorable, and momentous moments in the 1960s that were forever frozen in time.
Batman Became Live-Action
The 1960s brought to the small screen something extraordinary, a live-action comic book adaptation of Batman. Starring Adam West as Bruce Wayne-Batman and Burt Ward as Dick Grayson/Robin, the series was very popular.
Known for its campy style, simplistic morality, and upbeat music and fight scenes, it was the only situation comedy on television at the time to not rely on a laugh track, a huge feat considering people were still interested in watching the superhero show.