Did anyone see 1989's movie in theaters?

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  1. DaRkVeNgeanCe

    DaRkVeNgeanCe An Epic Film Guy

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    Nice avie Shadowbat! Nice seeing you still around these days, it's been a while.
     
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  2. SHADOWBAT69

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    Thanks. Yeah, I still lurk from time to time to see what's going on.



    You're right, I didn't pay close enough attention. I'm rusty on my Batman. lol
     
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    That's okay. You're Snake ******' Plissken!
     
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    I went to a rodeo last night and after the finale, the music that was played was this.



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  6. Gary Griffith

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    If I recall correctly Batman89 opened on my birthday - my 28th birthday! I can remember getting out of work at 3 in the afternoon and rushing to the theater to avoid the Friday night crowds. I was so thrilled to see a "serious" version. Loved Keaton and Nicholson and everything about it. Made me feel like a kid again. Went to see it again the next night with a girl from work who I had a crush on. She hated it, thought it was the stupidest thing she'd ever seen! Suffice it to say that was our one and only date!

    The only merchandise I bought was a coffee cup with the Bat-Symbol on it. I still use that cup to this day.

    Off topic, but the first film I ever saw I the theater was the 66Batman with Adam West. Yeah I'm THAT old. I remember my Mom taking me to see it in a long gone theater called the Casino, and inside the lobby was a huge display of Batman toys and games put there by a local toy store. My eyes nearly popped out of my head looking at all those goodies! Don't recall the film too much, but I clearly remember that toy display.
     
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    Great memories of Batman 89... saw it the theater 5 times and wore out the VHS... Batmania was running wild!
     
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  8. Travesty

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    I'm about 21 years younger than you, but I also saw B66 in theaters before I saw B89. Granted, it was a re-release, but I still got to see it in theaters.
     
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    Nice Travesty. Gotta love that Bat Shark Repellent Spray! Lol
     
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  11. Hobgoblin

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    I remember seeing it at the drive in with my parents. I didnt really understand a lot of it, just remember Joker's "We've got a flying mouse to kill, and I want to clean my claws" line.
     
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