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Batman: The Movie (1966) (Blu-ray) £6.35* delivered @ The Hut
Batman: The Movie (1966) (Blu-ray) £6.35* delivered @ The Hut

Batman: The Movie (1966) (Blu-ray) £6.35* delivered @ The Hut

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Holy blu-ray bargain, Batman! This super special edition includes hours of thrill-packed extras that take you behind the scenes and let you explore the dynamic duo's background as never before. The fate of the world hangs in the balance when Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) face off against four of the most powerful villains of all time - Catwoman (Lee Meriwether), The Penguin (Burgess Meredith), The Joker (Cesar Romero) and The Riddler (Frank Gorshin)!

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Why would you want a blu ray of a 60's film?

Robbie0000;8441504

Why would you want a blu ray of a 60's film?



Why wouldn't you?

Movies have been shot on film of a higher res than 1920x1080 since the 1930's :whistling:

ToastedSoul;8441658

because of thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0UJaprpxrk



Man, I knew that was the scene i'd find. It was on 35mm so in theory could look quite good, but really a cheesy B film.

dvdbeaver.com/fil…htm

pictures a little soft, but it's the best batman film ever, so it's worth it.

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Robbie0000;8441504

Why would you want a blu ray of a 60's film?



Because this film rocks
]Trailer 1]Trailer 2
And there has never been a sexier Catwoman
And if you don't like it you can't be in my gang anymore

andywedge;8442392

Because this film rocks]Trailer 1 ]Trailer 2And there has never been a … Because this film rocks]Trailer 1 ]Trailer 2And there has never been a sexier CatwomanAnd if you don't like it you can't be in my gang anymore



Beg to differ :whistling:
http://nighthawknews.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/350px-michellepfeiffercatwoman.jpg

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diGriz;8442429

Beg to differ :whistling:


I'll raise your Michelle Pfeiffer with a Julie Newmar
http://img364.imageshack.us/img364/9647/catwoman2fa8.jpg

lol now that is a HARD choice

Michelle Pfeiffer or Julie Newmar?????

that choice is getting harder the more I think about it....

andywedge;8442465

I'll raise your Michelle Pfeiffer with a Julie Newmar



Have to say Ms Newmar had a serious effect on me back then. I won't add the pic of my girlfriend at a fancy dress party a few weeks back to top your bid. I'll hold on the Pfieffer.

Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb...

None are ever going to be as hot as the real cat woman

http://www.runjenrun.com/archives/catlady-thumb.jpg

always cracks me up when people assume old films will look crap on high def, totally oblivious to the fact that celluloid has always provided far better resolution than any digital camera could hope for.

yes, some old films can look crap, but it's all down to the quality of the remaining master tapes in existence.

and pfeiffer gets my vote.

ok stupid question if you don't have a blue ray player - can you just use this as a dvd - or play it on a pc ? -- :-D:oops: sorry but i just don't get it lol

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Nimm1033;8443460

ok stupid question if you don't have a blue ray player - can you just use … ok stupid question if you don't have a blue ray player - can you just use this as a dvd - or play it on a pc ? -- :-D:oops: sorry but i just don't get it lol



You can't use this on a normal DVD player
You can use it on a PS3 and maybe on your computer (depends on specs)

thanks Andy - i cant ask the O/h because its for him lol :-D

ToastedSoul;8441658

because of thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0UJaprpxrkand other great … because of thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0UJaprpxrkand other great scenes!...don't really know if it's worth it on blu ray though...edit:apparently, picture and sound are great:http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/440/batmanthemovie.html


Holy Sardine, I want a bat ladder and Shark Repellant Bat Spray/
Reminds me of when I was a kid. Loved this.

Robbie0000;8441504

Why would you want a blu ray of a 60's film?



better quality of course, the wizard of oz and its a wonderful life look fantastic in HD and those are much older movies

Nice one - ordered. :thumbsup:

]Full Review


Final Thoughts

'Batman: The Movie' appears to divide fans of the classic comic book character. Some love the camp appeal and self-reflexive humor, while others hate the lack of darkness and action. I find the film amusing, if a bit overlong (I prefer a quick episode of the TV series), but can certainly understand the haters. Few will disagree with this Blu-ray, however, as it looks terrific and sounds good, too. With a ton of extras, there are many additional hours of fun to be had. If you're at all a fan of 'Batman: The Movie,' this Blu-ray is a no-brainer.

So if you love this movie (as I do - and you need a fix of the original while they argue over rights and pee on everyones firework who wants to see Adam West eps released) its a must have.

yeah i think its stilly when people want to know why you would want and old film on bluray.

although some arent even out to buy yet, from the difference you see in some 80s movies from sky movies to sky movies hd channels its an amazing upgrade.

i used to have this, enjoyed the film a lot and it looked great. looks like ill have to rebuy before it goes the way of the transformers animated movie bluray - out of print.

Bought this ages ago as a present for my brother ,Seen it a few times so i wasn't that bothered but he put it on with the commentary from Adam West And Burt Ward . I was hooked , they are so funny you could listen to them without even watching the film , so worth it just for that. The picture is definitly an improvement also .
Hot.

Ah yes, the shark repellent spray

i got the DVD Special Ed. recently in fopp for £3 or so - came with an LED "torch" which projects a batman logo on any surface! Would have loved that as a 7 year old when I saw this in the cinema.

This and the series on TV had great picture quality - made on film and not video - really stood out on Freeview when re-screened recently. The sound surely must be better on Blu-ray too!

POWWWWWWWWWW!
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