Directed by Tim Burton
Starring Michael Keaton / Jack Nicholson / Kim Basinger / Michael Gough / Robert Wuhl / Jack Palance
and Billy Dee Williams
“I’m not going to kill you. I want you to do me a favor. I want you to tell all your friends about me.” – Batman
Awesome photos from the set of Batman! I really like Tim Burtons Batman, it was a great film. Keaton was brilliant as Batman and Nicholson’s Joker was awesome. I always enjoy watching this film, the bit where the Batmobile roars down the dark roads to the batcave is one of my favourite moments. Like the note next to the model Batwing as well! Great post!
I LOVE that sequence you just mentioned and Elfman’s music just blaring through out is just amazing. Glad you liked the post, Paul! Thanks for stopping by, man!
Always love these little collection of photos, Vic. It’s like a little personalised look at a particular film.
Thanks, Mark! That means a lot. You hit the nail right on the head, buddy. That is exactly what I’m going for. And even though they are just photos I want everyone to get a personal feel and reaction from them. For example the one of Keaton and Burton facing each other in silhouette is very powerful. Thanks for checking in, Mark. I appreciate it like always!
No worries Vic. Sorry I’ve not been around more often but I’ve been busy for a while and suffered severe bloggers burnout, man. That’s me trying to make more of an effort again.
No need to apologize, Mark. I can relate. All of the tireless hard work and dedication to our blogs can catch up on us. It’s also hard to keep up with all the posts our blogger brothers and sisters put out there on a regular basis. Sometimes we forget to make time for other things we love to do, too. We just have to take it all one day at a time and get in what we can get in. I appreciate the effort, my friend and I hope to be able to always reciprocate your kind gestures. Thanks, Mark! 🙂
Very cool pics, Victor, nice finds! I quite like Keaton as Batman actually. An unlikely choice but he did the job nicely.
I will always stand by Keaton and his 2 Burton entries. No matter how dated or diminished so many people think it is compared to the Nolan films. I have a special place in my heart for those 2 movies. Maybe it’s a nostalgic thing. Thanks for stopping by, Ruth! I’m glad you liked the pics I found.
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