Batman (1966) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Leslie H. Martinson and produced by William Dozier.
THE POP STARS MOONLIGHTING BLOGATHON: Chad and Jeremy and Catwoman and Batman, 1966on Mar 13, 2020 From Caftan Woman
Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews is hosting a unique blogathon devoted to the acting gigs of pop stars on March 12th to 14th. You will want to click HERE. Composer John Barry was influential in getting the folk-pop duo of Chad and Jeremy a recording contract and devel... Read full article
Batman: Dead End (2003, Sandy Collora)on Mar 7, 2020 From The Stop Button
Batman: Dead End goes far in validating the idea of cosplay as successful costuming for film?well, not Andrew Koenig?s Joker?but definitely the Batman outfit. Costume designer Michael MacFarlane, cinematographer Vincent E. Toto, and director Collora do figure out a way to do a ?comics accurate? (if ... Read full article
Batman Versus Predator (1991)on Oct 3, 2019 From The Stop Button
Batman Versus Predator, in case the title doesn?t give it away, is bad. It?s real bad. It could be worse, sure, but it?s real bad. It doesn?t open terribly?sure, the Kubert Brothers art is pretty bland from go, but the subject matter is at least sort of interesting (compared to where it goes later).... Read full article
Kapow! Batman: The MovieBy Cafe Guest Blogger on Sep 23, 2019 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
The Caped Crusaders board a yacht. Sarkoffagus, who wrote for the Classic Film & TV Cafe for its first five years, penned this special guest blogger review. As the Cafe celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, someone else has reached a prominent anniversary in 2019. The DC Comics character... Read full article
Batman: The Movie (1966)By Beatrice on Jun 15, 2019 From Flickers in Time
Batman: The Movie Directed by Leslie H. Martinson Written by Lorenzo Semple Jr. based on characters created by Bob Kane 1966/USA William Dozier Productions First viewing/Amazon Instant The Penguin: How was I to know they’d have a can of shark-repellent Batspray handy? I remember the TV series ... Read full article
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The opening criminal lair, "Ye Olde Benbow Tavern" is an allusion to name of the tavern in which the the Robert Louis Stevenson novel "Treasure Island" begins, "Admiral Benbow Inn". Commodore Schmidlapp is abducted by the fiendish foursome. The next novel by R. L. Stevenson is "Kidnapped".
First movie project of Burt Ward.
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