RETRO ACTIVE: Batman: The Movie (1966)

by Nick Schager

There’s absolutely nothing dark or particularly knightly about the Caped Crusader in Batman (also known as Batman: The Movie), with the only brooding found in Leslie H. Martinson‘s 1966 film—based on the popular 1966-1968 TV series—coming courtesy of billionaire Bruce Wayne (Adam West) staring passionately into the eyes of Dr. Kitka (Lee Meriwether), a/k/a the disguised Catwoman. Such lust overpowers him so completely that even Robin (Burt Ward), monitoring the rendezvous via closed-circuit TV in the Batmobile, has to turn away, admitting, “Some things have to be private, even for a crime-fighter.”

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1 Response to “RETRO ACTIVE: Batman: The Movie (1966)”


  1. 1 jerry sandusky October 18, 2012 at 3:50 am

    jerry sandusky If you know that I absolutely loved was Donnie Brasco. They teamed up once again to the ring again.


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