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Batman(1966)

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  • definitive campiness

    • Eddie Foster
    • 8/11/12

    I never was a fan of the series from the 60s. My dad tried showing it to me, but I excused it. So it took me a while before I even took an interest to watch the movie. I heard good things about it. So I checked it out. I didn't know this movie would be a spoof. It was hilarious. It knew it wasn't supposed to take itself seriously. Its complete with bad acting, a stupid plotline, and hilarious executions. The payoff is perfect. I recommend this to people who want a good laugh.

  • TCM should show this film

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 8/29/11

    Adam West is the definitive Batman. Forget all the modern "dark and gritty" (yet often, ironically, unintentionally campier) versions, Batman is a costumed super-hero, with all the sleek style and colorful fun that the "four-color" comic book medium entails. This quality production film was made after the first season aired on TV in the States so that the series could be sold overseas. As a '60s film, "Batman" deserves to be shown on TCM (alternatively, and any movie from 1970 and up should be exempt from being labelled a "classic movie.") The movie, but especially the series, was brimming with top calibre classic movie stars such as Burgess Meredith, Ceser Romero, Vincent Price, Rudy Vallee, and even Edward G. Robinson in a cameo appearance as himself! "Batman" is a bonafide classic.

  • Batabatabatabat Batman!

    • Dana58
    • 12/20/09

    If ever there was a movie that was a fun feast it"s this one. Batman amd Robin goes after their enemies from the TV show with all the action, adventure and campy comedy the actual show was about. Brillant!

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