No, no one was expecting Camp. We were told there would be no camp in it, so no one was expeting it. But that was the only Batman theme song. The Elfman score had not been released till November of that year. The prince album was out, but teh 60's theme was the most recognizable. But, like I said, I wa there sneak preview before opening night and the next week that was all that people talked about, non fan boys included was that the movie was a let down. We were expecting something on the calibre of how Superman 1 was treated minus the Otis crap. I remember people groaned when the joker pulled that damn long gun out of his pants. It was as bad as when the fricken penguins came out to drag the penguin to the water at teh end of Batman Returns. Everyone groaned. There were a few "Oh come on!" being shouted out. After Returns, there were Warner guys where there, as it was the day after opening day, handing out survey cards. The card had questions like "Will you buy this when it comes out on video?" "What wa the part you liked the most?" "What was the part yo uliked the least?" Stuff like that. I hadned my cards in last and I asked the Warner Rep there, who was with three other guys tallying up responses, how it rated. The guy said, "Same as last night and what we are hearing from other guys doing this aroudn the country. People don't like it."