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Features

Comic Influences on Batman (1989)
A great look at the comics & panels that influenced Tim Burton's Batman

Lost moments (deleted scenes) from Batman (1989)
A look at the rumors and facts about some lost scenes from Batman

Interviews

Dave Lea Interview
Paul chats to Michael Keaton's fight/stunt double

Hugo Blick Interview
Paul chats to the actor who played the young Jack Nicholson in the infamous alley scene

 

 

 

 

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Michael Gough, who portrayed Alfred Pennyworth in the Burton/Schumacher era of Batman films, passed away on March 17th, 2011.

Burtonverse Batman comic pitch was turned down by DC
Joe Quinones and Kate Leth put together a pitch to carry on from Batman Returns

UK NOT getting exclusive 25th Blu-ray for Batman (1989)
Set does NOT include classic Making of a Hero documentary

Where is "The Making of a Hero" from Batman (1989)?
BBFC lists the documentary was submitted in 2005

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