Movie "Batman: The Movie" (1966)

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    Batman: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Score)

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    • 1 Nelson RiddleAcknowledgement / Main Title 2:30
    • 2 Nelson RiddleBatmobile to Airport 2:01
    • 3 Nelson RiddleA Good Job 2:22
    • 4 Nelson RiddleRoger Wilco 2:47
    • 5 Nelson RiddleJust Ring / Yo Ho, Sir / Let's Find Out 2:21
    • 6 Nelson RiddleTricky Buoy 3:24
    • 7 Nelson RiddleTorpedoes 2:35
    • 8 Nelson RiddleHoly Polaris 1:02
    • 9 Nelson RiddleKitka 1:15
    • 10 Nelson RiddleShades of Smolensic 3:20
    • 11 Nelson RiddleJet Umbrellas 1:50
    • 12 Nelson RiddleFilthy Criminals / Chamber 17 2:47
    • 13 Nelson RiddleCredulous Creatures / Fine Finkish Friends 2:20
    • 14 Nelson RiddleDehydrated / Stand Clear 3:48
    • 15 Nelson RiddleFlee for Your Life! 2:40
    • 16 Nelson RiddleFalse Feathers / Swallow This Pill 3:18
    • 17 Nelson RiddleMy Very Paradise 2:06
    • 18 Nelson RiddleThe Grotto / A Stitch in Time 3:09
    • 19 Nelson RiddleEmergency Operation 2:55
    • 20 Nelson RiddleSmall Craft 3:31
    • 21 Nelson RiddleAttack / Take It in Tow 4:17
    • 22 Nelson RiddleVials 4:25
    • 23 Nelson RiddleBatman End Title 1:15

    " He’s here big as life in a real Bat-epic"
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    Runtime 1 hr 45 min
    Budget $1 377 800
    Premiere: World $493 August 5, 1966
    Box Office – Budget – $1 377 307
    Premiere: USA $3 000 000 July 30, 1966
    Digital: World September 18, 2012
    Production Companies Greenlawn Productions
    Also Known As
    Batman United States

    Description

    The Dynamic Duo faces four supervillains who plan to hold the world for ransom with the help of a secret invention that instantly dehydrates people.

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    Production

    William Dozier wanted to make a big-screen film to generate interest in his proposed Batman television series by having the feature in theaters while the first season of the series was rolling before the cameras. The studio, 20th Century Fox, refused because it would have to cover the entire cost of a movie, while it would only have to share the cost of a TV series (a much less risky proposition).

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