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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 207873416
UPC: 024543523703
UPC 14: 00024543523703
Category Keywords: 1960s  Action  Campy  Comic Book  Superheroes  Theatrical Release
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"Blu-Ray Disc, Beyond High Definition."
Batman and robin save gotham city from the catwoman, joker, penguin and riddler.

"Fun for the whole family, and if you don't take any of it seriously you'll laugh harder than The Joker and The Riddler combined!  Patrick Naugle, DVD Verdict
"Colourful and tremendous fun...a blast from beginning to end...  Raphael Pour-Hashemi, DVD Times
"Holy Cornball Camp, Batman! This movie's a hoot!  Scott Weinberg, eFilmCritic.com
"Campy, colorful fun with the Caped Crusader plus several of his TV villains.  Steve Crum, Video-ReviewMaster.com
"I'd choose Adam West's Batmobile over Michael Keaton's any day.  Time Out

Editor's Note
This full-length Batman movie was unleashed during the height of the television show's popularity in 1966, taking America to dizzying levels of superhero camp it had never before experienced. In stark contrast with the many dark and gritty incarnations of Batman, the film features all four of the famous crime fighter's most dastardly and cunning adversaries--the Penguin, the Joker, the Riddler, and Catwoman--joining forces to take over the world thanks to a De-Hydrator that turns people into piles of dust. The Caped Crusader and his trusty sidekick Robin pull out all the stops to thwart the bad guys, even if it means a BIFF! or a KA-POW! Before Keaton, before Bale, Adam West was...Batman.
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Video Features Special Edition, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/6/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 105 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1966
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2252370
Video UPC UPC: 00024543523703
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Burt Ward
Video Cast Info Neil Hamilton
Video Cast Info Lee Meriwether
Video Cast Info Stafford Repp
Video Cast Info Burgess Meredith
Video Cast Info Adam West
Video Cast Info Cesar Romero
Video Cast Info Reginald Denny
Video Cast Info Frank Gorshin
Video Cast Info Madge Blake
Video Cast Info Howard Schwartz - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Nelson Riddle - Composer
Video Cast Info Lorenzo Semple Jr. - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Leslie Martinson - Director
Plot Summary
Kaaapowie! Holy feature film, Batman... one based on the tongue-in-cheek, campy 1960's television series. Watch Batman and Robin battle sharks, Catwoman, The Joker and The Riddler on the big screen. Can they try to prevent the bad guys from taking over the world? With a "wham!" and a "pow!" and a "zip!"... our heroes just might win.

Memorable Quotes

"Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb."

Professional Reviews

Eccentric Cinema 7 of 10
Leaping from the small to the silver screen, Batman: The Movie is derived from the popular 1966 television series that introduced the Caped Crusaders to a new generation of fans. Like Dino De Laurentis' 1980 adaptation of Flash Gordon (also written by frequent Bat-scribe Lorenzo Semple, Jr., who penned the script for this film), Batman divided comics fans. Die-hard Batman fans scorn the film and television series for their campy treatment of the solemn character, while others thrilled to the celebrity guest villains, bright colors, and outlandish plots...Of course, one of the main draws of '60s Batman were always the villains, and here we are treated to four of the finest...Meredith's Penguin comes off best of the bunch; whether quacking orders in the bowels of his submarine (his rebuke to the Joker when he tells him not to "sound so bossy" is "on land you may command, in the sea, it is me!") or impersonating Schmidlapp to trick Batman into taking him to the Batcave, Meredith is, perhaps, the definitive Penguin, throwing himself completely into the role...Then there's Batman and Robin. Love 'im or hate 'im, there's just something appealing in Adam West's stoically dead-pan characterization...Series regulars Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton, Stafford Repp, and Madge Blake in two ultra-brief, silent cameos round out the cast as Aunt Harriet. - Lucas Micromatis

DVD Journal 8 of 10
Between the sublime and the ridiculous you'll find...the sublimely ridiculous. And in that loopy, dizzy place lies Batman: The Movie, which hit the big screens in 1966, between the first and second seasons of ABC's Batman TV series' three-season run. Now considered a "camp classic," it's a silly-without-shame ancestor of the Zucker Brothers' Police Squad! series and Naked Gun and Airplane! movies. Sure, it's all so far over the top they installed a ski lift. It winks at the audience so often you develop a tic. Yet it's well-crafted and self-aware pop cheese that for more than three decades has maintained a devoted fan following...Oh, sure, the whole thing has its problems. The rat-a-tat gags could try the patience of a Catskills comic, and once the story reaches cruise velocity it stays there too long, so by the final time the supervillains launch a Polaris missile at our heroes you might miss it while checking your watch. Still, it's goofy clean fun, nostalgic and timeless in its Theater of the Absurd outrageousness. Batman: The Movie won't be to the tastes of those for whom The Batman can only be the Dark Knight of the post-'80s graphic novels or Tim Burton's "re-imagined" movie series. But this unembarrassed fluff provides enough guilty pleasures to satisfy long-time bat-fans and bring new ones into the fold. - Mark Bourne

Product Attributes
Product attributeActor:   West,Adam
Product attributeLabel:   Fox Home Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   Blu-ray DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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