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Pattern Solid Color Fabric Nylon
Occasion Valentines', Rave Club Style Sexy
Group Women Season Summer
Weight 0.14kg

August 2, 2011
I read this after reading Adam West's book, which isn't the greatest thing on Earth but sure made Ward's look like the trashiest cash-in. Apparently somebody told the author that the way to sell his book--since his co-star had sorta beaten him to the punch--was to sex it up. And he went overboard. I wasn't offended by this, just depressed by the obviousness of his straining to be racy as a sales point, and the adolescent pathos of the bedroom conquistador scenarios he dreamed up to serve it.

Sure, West and Ward no doubt had plenty of women throw themselves at them at the height of their fame. But Ward a.) evokes sexual interludes with prose worthy of a dimestore porn novel circa 1972, b.) describes incidents so ludicrously flattering to him (how he pleasured 8 girls in one go, gave another girl umpteen orgasms in 40 minutes) that it's really hard not to think he didn't make at least half this stuff up, c.) brags about all his conquests incessantly yet prudishly "blames" West for introducing him to such swinging habits, and d.) demonstrates a passive-aggressive hostility toward West throughout.

Oh, he tries qualifying each little stabbing remark (about West's upstaging, his ego, yes even his penis size--small next to the Boy Wonder's, of course) with some "We were great buddies nonetheless" comment. But the undercurrent of resentment is unmistakable, and it doesn't make Ward look good. (By contrast, West has nothing bad to say about Ward in HIS book, and even bemusedly cops to the slightly humiliating fact that while the network had to find ways to minimize Robin's visible "bulge," no such measure was required for his Batman.)

No doubt West left a lot of dirt out in order to stick to the high road. But you get the feeling Ward is creating dirt that never existed here just to serve his own still-immature sense of what sells and his lingering insecurity. Where West created colorful sketches of all the regular "Batman" staff/cast members and numerous guest stars, Ward rarely evinces interest in other people (unless they're another notch in his anti-chastity belt). When he's not writing about yet more dubious sexual exploits, he's writing about stunts that went wrong and other mishaps--I guess the wisdom being that when you can't give 'em sex, give 'em violence. None of this is very interesting.

I gave this two stars because it's far from the worst celebrity autobiography I've read; so many are just godawful. This one is passably written (I mean in terms of grammar, copy editing etc.--it's amazing how even those basics can be lacking in some celebrity-written or "as told to" books). It's obviously designed to be a light read, and what with the short chapters, short paragraphs, breezy uncomplicated prose etc. it's OK as that. The boring/repetitious parts are soon easily identified and thus easy to skim.

I've always figured it must be rough for most actors who become great successes when very young, let alone those who become defined by an early role and can't escape it. They often miss out on all the normal maturing phases of young adulthood (college, low-end first jobs, etc.), and on some levels stay developmentally frozen in adolescence.

That certainly seems to be the case here. Ward means to titillate us with his big-swinging-d--- adventures in the Swinging Sixties (and beyond). But the whole book becomes like the bragging of a 15 year old who grows less and less credible as they continue elaborating their alleged carnal exploits to the point where you just think "It's sad this kid thinks he needs to impress us by making up this stuff." Or even if more of it is true than one suspects, it's sad that Ward still (at 50 or whatever) sounds like a teenage braggart who doesn't realize the grownups in the room are rolling their eyes skyward while he yaps on and on about what a one-horned devil he was. He's like the guest you invite once to your home, then having had quite an overdose of bad personality in one evening, know you never will again.
June 27, 2012
I would have been pretty upset had I paid for this book instead of borrowing it from the library. As a fan of the Batman tv series and all things Batman and Robin, I had looked forward to reading soe interesting, behind the scenes stories. I had hoped for some dirt and some inside scoop on the creation of the show, the filming of it and what it was like to be Robin. I also assumed there would be some insight into the life of Burt Ward, the man who portrayed a beloved hero on tv.

Instead I got very little behind the scenes insight about the show or the actor other than the stories about his sexual prowess and large endowment.

Some of that would have been fine, since it wa spart of his life and in complete contrast with the character he played, but it dominated the book. It was almost osessive the way he talked about sex and his body.

Overall, the book was poorly structured, seemingly jumping back and forth from one period in his life to another. It was very hard to follow.

The first chapter or two starts out with how Burt Ward was cast as Robin, the first few days of shooting the pilot, his meeting and beginning his friendship with Adam West and all the things that went wrong with the shooting of that initial episode. It was a nice look at the things we didn't get to see and a introduction to the man behind the character. Unfortunately, the book quickly veers away from that track and goes into long and rather dull recountings of sex, sex and more sex.

Yes, we get it, Robin got lots of women....interesting, but what about the show that made all this possible?

The only reason I give this two stars instead of one is that I am being somewhat generous of the fact that Ward does throw in some some behind the scenes info and some aspects of his life outside of the bedroom.
April 23, 2010
Jaw-dropping details of what went on behind the scenes during the making of the 1960's Batman TV show. Great fun! Those swinging 60s.

July 5, 2015
Liked it. Blast from the past.
November 10, 2010
Interesting reading for all Batman fans. If you read it along with Adam West's Back to the Batcave, you get a better overall picture, but both books are enjoyable in their own way. This one goes into more graphic descriptions of what went on behind the scenes than West's. Amusing, light reading.
June 7, 2017
Love every word of it!!
September 19, 2016
A very fun book about an amazing man. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was personally autographed by Burt Ward.
September 10, 2017
ok book...sad story
December 14, 2017
Interesting book as long as you don't take it seriously.
August 25, 2017
Love the spicy stories about the exquisite ladies who appeared on Batman!