Batman (1966 film)


The movie, like the TV series, is strongly influenced by the comparatively obscure 1940s serials of Batman, such as the escapes done almost out of luck.


Batman (also known as Batman: The Movie) is a 1966 American superhero film based on the Batman television series, and the first full-length theatrical adaptation of the DC Comics character Batman.

This new Limited Edition is of 2500 units. ==Release== ===Theatrical=== Batman premiered at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas, on July 30, 1966 (between the first and second seasons of the TV series); it was moderately successful at the box office.


This Limited Edition was of 2000 units. It was newly re-issued in 2016.


According to the Biography special Catwoman: Her Many Lives, aired on July 20, 2004, Newmar was unable to reprise her role because of a back injury.


While the Batcopter and Batboat from the movie appeared briefly in episodes (including a use of the Batboat in the conclusion of the first post-film two-parter: "Walk the Straight and Narrow"), they primarily did so in the form of stock-footage scenes from the film intercut into the series. ==Music== Nelson Riddle's original score to Batman the Movie was released in 2010 by La-La Land Records and Fox Music.

While the program and master of this release is identical to the 2010 release, this reissue features all-new exclusive liner notes by John Takis and art design by Jim Titus.


This Limited Edition was of 2000 units. It was newly re-issued in 2016.

The film was released on Digital HD and Digital Media on October 11, 2016 and on DVD and Blu-ray November 1, 2016. ===Batman vs.


Two-Face was released on October 10, 2017.

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