Batman (1966) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Leslie H. Martinson and produced by William Dozier.
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
Batman and Robin (1949, Spencer Gordon Bennet), Chapter 15: Batman VictoriousBy Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 19, 2018 From The Stop Button
For a few minutes in Batman Victorious, which is mostly a chase sequence?the invisible (though only temporarily) Wizard is on the run from Batman and the cops. There are some questionable (but more ambitious than anything else in the serial) invisible man special effects and a more lively feel to th... Read full article
Batman and Robin (1949, Spencer Gordon Bennet), Chapter 14: Batman vs. Wizard!By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 17, 2018 From The Stop Button
Okay, I?m not wrong?wheelchair-bound, ornery scientist William Fawcett really does just walk around in front of everyone and no one reacts. He?s been zapping himself with electricity to regain use of his legs, making him a suspect for being masked, supercriminal the Wizard. Except only to the audien... Read full article
Batman and Robin (1949, Spencer Gordon Bennet), Chapter 5: Robin Rescues Batman!By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 1, 2018 From The Stop Button
Once again, the chapter title doesn?t have much to do with the chapter. Robin Rescues Batman. Okay, sure. If you count Robin (Johnny Duncan) hiding until the bad guys leave with the stolen formula then going in and checking on an unconscious Batman (Robert Lowery). The bad guys have this extended es... Read full article
Batman and Robin (1949, Spencer Gordon Bennet), Chapter 4: Batman Trapped!By Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 29, 2018 From The Stop Button
Most of this chapter, Batman Trapped, is a resolution of the previous chapter?s cliffhanger. There?s no trapped Batman in this chapter. There?s kidnapped Robin; more on that development in a bit. After the immediate resolution of the cliffhanger?thanks to Batman (Robert Lowery) having a lot of tree ... Read full article
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The Penguin's line "We shall hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately" was a humorous phrase spoken by Benjamin Franklin when he was in danger of being accused of high treason by his fellow delegates.
Frank Gorshin's last appearance as The Riddler for well over a year. Gorshin sat out of the TV series during the show's entire second season, which preceded the film's release.
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