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Friday, May 16, 2014

The Bright Knight

Somehow or other, I liked the crazed 1960 Batman better than the depressed, suffering burn-out dark soldiers of today. (photos via LIFE)


  1. Yep--who'd you rather have a beer with? Life is too short to spend it with batmen who take themselves too seriously.

  2. You and me both! I watched all three of the recent Nolan Batman films, and while I recognize they're well made and acted, they're just plain no fun! I have absolutely no desire to ever see any of them again.

    What's the point of making a comic book movie that's no fun?