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Batman 1966 123movies

Batman 1966 123movies

He's Here Big As Life In A Real Bat-EpicJul. 30, 1966105 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The arch-villains of the United Underworld – the Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler and the Catwoman – combine forces to dispose of Batman and Robin as they launch their fantastic plot to control the entire world. From his submarine, Penguin and his cohorts hijack a yacht containing a dehydrator, which can extract all moisture from humans and reduce them to particles of dust. The evildoers turn the nine Security Council members in the United World Building into nine vials of multicolored crystals! Batman and Robin track the villains in their Batboat and use Batcharge missiles to force the submarine to surface.
Plot: The Dynamic Duo faces four super-villains who plan to hold the world for ransom with the help of a secret invention that instantly dehydrates people.
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Batman 1966 123movies 1 Batman 1966 123movies 26.5/10 Votes: 31,002
Batman 1966 123movies 3 Batman 1966 123movies 279%
Batman 1966 123movies 5 Batman 1966 123movies 271/100
Batman 1966 123movies 7 Batman 1966 123movies 26.3 Votes: 587 Popularity: 13.633

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“Oh, the delicious irony of it all!”
Having, losing, gaining… to a generation of kids this WAS Batman. Only when Tim Burton reinvented the big screen perception of the “caped crusader” did it become outdated.

The third of the new films, Batman Forever parodied this film and the series with a “holy” joke. Unfortunately the movie in question was the first to be directed by Joel Schumacher, and so was consequently brash and bereft of wit. Yes, thanks to ShoeMaker this version of Gotham has suddenly become the coolest yet again.

It’s all such brilliant fun, awash with the irony so gloriously absent from Batman & Robin. Michael Keaton was a wonderfully dark Batman, but the other two were planks. Adam West is knowingly hammy as the title role, and relishes the deliberately cheesy lines. He has a potbelly and a costume that looks like it was made out of an old binliner. Anyone who cannot see the genius of that is beyond help. Burt Ward’s brilliantly overacted Robin is also hilarious, and far less irritating than the asinine Chris O’Donnell version.

The Batmobile is ace, too. I remember having a chunky Corgi model of the car that shot out matchsticks across the room. Much better than a CGI-enhanced penile extension. Even the rubbish filmed backdrops are fun. Everything’s a bat-something in this film, a rope ladder having a large “Bat Ladder” sign tied to the end.

This is a fantastic movie, how could anyone not love it? Some hilarious scenes include the shark fight, the trap door spring and Batman with the biggest (and longest-fused) bomb in history. Look at this dialogue exchange where they try to work out which supervillain is behind the mayhem: “But wait! It happened at sea. See? C for Catwoman.” “An exploding shark … was pulling my leg.” “The Joker! It all led to a sinister riddle. Riddle -er. Riddler?”

Fortunately, it turns out they’re all involved, along with Burgess Meredith as the Penguin. The scenes set on the villains’ hideout are shot with the camera at slanted angles, an inspired touch. All the poor things about this film work in its favour – Cesar Romero as the Joker looks about 80 and clearly hasn’t bothered to shave off his moustache, but it works, as does the full-bore “acting” of Meredith and Merriwether. Only Frank Gorshin as the Riddler slightly disappoints; though that’s because he’s nowhere near as over the top. He is, of course, infinitely preferable to Jim Carrey. Anyway, they all work superbly together and the film doesn’t feel top-heavy. A huge flaw of the new series, where more than one villain never quite clicked, can you imagine Nicholson, Pfeiffer, Carrey and DeVito all in the same movie? Of course it’d be impossible not just in budget but in egos, so having modest TV actors here serves the story well. One strange element of characterisation is seeing the Joker getting bossed around by the Penguin, something that would never happen in the comics.

Some of it’s so wilfully silly it almost goes too far. If you put your tongue into your cheek you may choke, and seeing a Pentagon head playing tiddlywinks eggs the joke a little, though the whole thing is so well-meaning that you simply can’t hold it against the movie. The plot, though, really isn’t up to much at all, something I never noticed as a child (but then I never realised it was a comedy when I was a child, either). A repetitious sequence of events that sees the villains constantly trying to destroy Batman and Robin from afar, the heroes trying to locate their secret base. It goes round in circles, but a glorious “Biff! Pow!” fight on a submarine and a sideways swipe at eugenics make sure it all ends in style.

Lastly, look out for the scene where Ward and West run up and down on the spot (“Luckily we’re in tip-top condition!”) while a film background of a street and the theme tune play – a classic. Simple, silly fun and almost relentlessly appealing. So much so I nearly added another point to the total… 6/10.

Review By: The_Movie_Cat Rating: 6 Date: 2001-05-15
Holy heart failure, Batman!…
What is there not to love about the campy 1960’s “Batman” series which also spawned a movie in order to reach out to an overseas audience. And “Batman: The Movie” turned out to capture the very essence of the series, for good or worse.

I grew up watching the series on TV, so the movie was of course also enjoyable to watch. Especially because you have just about every single villain of the Batman universe thrown into the midst here, which adds something for everyone. And then there is of course the Dynamic Duo with their snappy dialogue, gadgets and a storyline that was just wonderfully hilarious.

Adam West plays Batman and Burt Ward plays Robin in this 1966 movie. But they weren’t the only original cast to make it from the series. The 1966 movie also includes Lee Meriwether as Catwoman, Cesar Romero as The Joker, Burgess Meredith as The Penguin, Frank Gorshin as The Ridler, Alan Napier as Alfred, Neil Hamilton as Commissioner Gordon and Stafford Repp as Chief O’Hara.

The story is a simple one at best, leaving it very easy for everyone to follow, even newcomers to the franchise who might not otherwise have been familiar with the original series. The crime lords of Gotham have united in order for world domination, but they have to outwit the Dynamic Duo that is Batman and Robin.

I especially loved the way that every item was marked with an explanatory sign in the Bat Cave and in the various vehicles the Dynamic Duo had. It was so hilarious.

But hand on heart, it is because that I grew up with the series that I find this 1966 movie enjoyable and am rating it a six out of ten stars. If you have only seen the “Batman” movies of a more recent age, then you are most likely to find this 1966 movie laughable and silly.

Review By: paul_haakonsen Rating: 6 Date: 2016-01-10

Other Information:

Original Title Batman
Release Date 1966-07-30
Release Year 1966

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 45 min (105 min)
Budget 1377800
Revenue 3900000
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Crime
Director Leslie H. Martinson
Writer Lorenzo Semple Jr., Bob Kane, William Dozier
Actors Adam West, Burt Ward, Lee Meriwether
Country United States
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (original aspect ratio/open matte), 1.66 : 1 (intended/matted) (European theatrical ratio), 1.85 : 1 (intended/matted) (US theatrical ratio)
Camera N/A
Laboratory DeLuxe
Film Length 2,870 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Batman 1966 123movies
Original title Batman
TMDb Rating 6.3 587 votes

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