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Old 11-14-2012, 12:54 AM   #126
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I wasn't living in the U.S. back in 1989 and wanted to know if anybody say the Making Of A Hero Batman special on TV, was it aired on one of the networks and was this produced in the UK because the movie was being filmed at Pinewood Studios?

Another thing is the copy I have in English doesn't have the voice of the narrator who is even listed in the end credits and I clearly remember the special being narrated since I have an old VHS recording in Spanish.

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Old 11-14-2012, 06:57 AM   #127
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This one right?

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Old 11-14-2012, 10:49 PM   #128
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^ I think you meant to post this one, it's on Youtube split up into 3 parts but I posted here the third part and at the 8:00 mark when the credits begin there's a narrator credit for a Colin Stinton who isn't even heard all througout.

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Old 11-14-2012, 10:59 PM   #129
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^ I think you meant to post this one, it's on Youtube split up into 3 parts but I posted here the third part and at the 8:00 mark when the credits begin there's a narrator credit for a Colin Stinton who isn't even heard all througout.

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Old 12-15-2012, 12:21 PM   #130
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Begins was more realistic, but I don't know if I'd call it darker and grittier.
I definitely would...I felt B89 was more rompish in comparison. Pretty much applies to the general styles/approaches between the two directors. Again, the TDK/Year One comic was the kind of approach to Batman that I really liked back then, and BB was certainly more along those lines than B89 was.

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Old 12-15-2012, 12:43 PM   #131
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I was only 3 in 89, so unfortunately I did not see it in theaters. I still to this day haven't been able to catch a showing in a theater, but it's on my list of things to do.

Batman Returns was my first big screen Batman experience.

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Old 12-19-2012, 10:44 AM   #132
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Was about a year away from being born when it came out. Batman and Robin was actually the first one I saw in theatres. I was almost 2 when Returns came out, so too young for that. I remember not being allowed to see Forever in theatres, but I saw it right after it came out on VHS after my parents saw how kid friendly it was.

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Old 12-19-2012, 11:45 AM   #133
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technically I did, My parents were at the theater in June but my birthday was in September lol

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Old 12-25-2012, 01:13 PM   #134
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I did...I was 17. I'm old.

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Old 01-02-2013, 01:19 PM   #135
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I remember the cereal. It wasn't bad, and I think I still have the Batman piggy bank that came along with it.

I have that bank somewhere

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Old 01-02-2013, 03:41 PM   #136
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The nostalgia for this film hits me everytime, I saw it in both the drive in (opening night and then at a theater) at the age of 5. How I truly wish I could see this baby in an IMAX.

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^ well, here's hoping Warner Bros. re-releases it during the summer of 2014 for the 25th anniversary.

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Old 01-02-2013, 05:00 PM   #138
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All of the other studios are re-releasing old films from the 80's why not!?

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I did when i was 8 about 5 times and loved it, i had the merchandise such as shoes, action figures, poster, program magazine, cards, coloring books, novel, comic adaptation, t-shirts, lunchbox, coffee mug, VHS movie for christmas, NES game for christmas, a bank Taco Bell cups. I even ate the cereal and cookies of Batman, then i watched reruns of the campy but cool 60's show and read the comics including my big brothers comics as i was turned into a certified batman fan as it did to every 80s child who saw the film in theaters.

I even saw the sequel 4 times in theaters when i was 11 as i had the merchandise to that movie including the SNES game with VHS film for christmas and watched TAS religiously every after school after Tiny Toons.

Thanks to Burton's movies, i have became the fan of Batman i am today.

Who else had the same experience like i did?
Sorry, wasn't alive back then. But it's pretty cool to watch on DVD.

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Old 01-04-2013, 06:41 AM   #140
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I didn't. I was only seven years old at that time. I remember Jack Nicholson's Joker face and how he falls into the container of acid .....scares me as a child.

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Old 01-06-2013, 01:03 PM   #141
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^ well, here's hoping Warner Bros. re-releases it during the summer of 2014 for the 25th anniversary.
Hell yes I'd love to see it back in theaters if only to have it make more money than whatever other crud Marvel sequel coming out in 2014.

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Old 01-07-2013, 07:42 PM   #142
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went to see it the first saturday midnight screening, the three times over the next month!

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Yes, I was in high school at the time. I enjoyed Superman The Movie and Superman II immensely as a child, so I couldn't wait to see Batman (my favourite superhero) represented on the big screen in a more "serious" way in 1989.

I remember lots of hype surrounding the release. The bat symbol poster from that film was SO AMAZING. I bought one, and I regret losing it.

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I remember lots of hype surrounding the release. The bat symbol poster from that film was SO AMAZING. I bought one, and I regret losing it.
The power of eBay, man! You can find that poster for about $25 (or less).

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When I bought my mint condition 89 theatrical poster 8 years ago it was around $60, the price of that thing has gone down significantly over the years.

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When I bought my mint condition 89 theatrical poster 8 years ago it was around $60, the price of that thing has gone down significantly over the years.
The price on just about everything from that period has dropped. Not that collecting this stuff should be an investment anyway, but I remember when anything 89 related was going for a nice dime. Now, you're lucky to see things sell for double the original retail.

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When I bought my mint condition 89 theatrical poster 8 years ago it was around $60, the price of that thing has gone down significantly over the years.
If you want the rarest of the rare, try locating one of these (with the full names of the actors at the top)


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If you want the rarest of the rare, try locating one of these (with the full names of the actors at the top)

I have 2 of these. The one I originally had from '89 and the reissue they made available from the very first VHS box set. You sent in the receipt and UPC plus shipping and you got a set of the 4 movie posters.

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I was 2 months old when this released, so I sadly missed it.

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I have 2 of these. The one I originally had from '89 and the reissue they made available from the very first VHS box set. You sent in the receipt and UPC plus shipping and you got a set of the 4 movie posters.
That's the international style "D" and quite rare (the one with the full names of Keaton and Nicholson spelled out)... it's high gloss like the original one-sheet and one of them sold on eBay for about $100 sometime last year.

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