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Discussion in 'Batman World' started by Thread Manager, Jul 3, 2014.
Yvonne Craig on IT TAKES A THIEF.
Lucky Wagner - although I think that's actually Jocelyn Lane.
I didn't even notice the writing on the bottom of the picture when I copied it from the page I found it on. I'll change it.
** I tried to change it....but it wouldn't let me**
Adam West as Steve Nelson from the television program Robert Taylor's Detectives.
Stunning, maddening that superhero comics would be blamed for youth crimes, to hearings in Congress and that Catwoman couldn't appear in comics for over a decade.
It's signed by Lee Meriwether (Catwoman) and Lyle Waggoner (one of the finalists for the role of Batman).
"Order yours today! Signed by the guy who almost played Batman!"
Recently I watched Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face. Some of the most fun I've had for ages. Took me back to being a kid and wearing out my copy of the '66 movie. I also thought Shatner was pitch perfect as Harvey Dent/Two-Face. I've seen some people say they would have preferred Clint Eastwood, given he was cast for it at the time, but speaking as a huge Eastwood fan, I think he would have lent much too far into the darkness of the character for the '60s series. Shatner was inspired and the right way to go, imo.
i still need to watch those two animated movies, but if i can imagine a live action 1966 harvey dent/ two-face, then william shatner is perfect.
They're both definately worth it....a real continuation of the series.
Has anyone see a movie called "Skiddo"?
Frank, Cesar, and Burgress are all in it. Have no idea how big their parts are.
Or if they are in any scenes together.
From the way it reds on it's IMDB page, it sounds like an episodic film where the main character roams around meeting different people. So I would think they probably don't have any scenes together.
BORN ON THIS DAY:
Neil Hamilton (September 9, 1899 – September 24, 1984) was a longtime American actor probably best known for his role as Commissioner Gordon on the Batman TV series of the 1960s.
Here is an ad for a trio of guest appearances by Adam West from FeTv.