DC TV Classics 04 – The Five Best Classic DC TV Themes

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DC TV Classics returns with your hosts Keith Chow and Britney Monae, as they are joined by Nick Lang from StarKid Productions! We miss the days of DC superhero show with catchy, hummable theme songs. So we counted down our five favorite television themes from Neil Hefti’s iconic Batman ’66 theme to Remy Zero’s pop rock anthem for Smallville. Tune in to see where your favorite classic DC TV theme song ranked!

About the podcast: DC TV Classics, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the previous DC Comics television shows that have come before, such as The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman ’66, Smallville, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Birds of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, and much more. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae and Ken Knudtsen twice per month as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC TV shows. DC TV Classics is not affiliated with DC Comics or Warner Bros. Television. Logos and artwork featuring DC Comics characters or properties, are trademark of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.

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  1. You really gave short shrift to THE ADVENTURES of SUPERMAN theme. For a long time, that was the only Superman theme song I knew. There were no video tapes, So I wasn’t even aware of the 1940s cartoons or serials. Anyway, I liked and still do like it a lot. I heard the Batman TV theme for the first time on January 12, 1966. (I was 13 days away from being 19) and I was kind of embarrassed to hear it, but it grew on me. Teen Titans theme….Um…NO…Just NO!

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