Answer: They open a panel in the wall using a button hidden in the bust of Shakespeare.
One of the iconic images of the movie and television show is Bruce (usually) or sometimes Dick touching the button hidden in the bust of Shakespeare and the wall sliding open to reveal the poles to the Batcave - with poles conveniently labeled Bruce and Dick. There was an elevator that Alfred could use when he went to the Batcave, but I don't think Batman or Robin used it. One unusual feature of the film was that Batman was shown using a compressed air lift to travel back up the Batpole.
"Batman" appeared on ABC-TV for three seasons between 1966 and 1968 for a total of 120 episodes. (The first season was a mid-season replacement for the 1965-1966 season.) While the plan was initially to have the movie in theaters before the show began, it was ultimately changed to after the first season. The movie was used, however, to promote the show to other countries. There were plans to make a second Batman movie after the second season, but declining ratings later in the second season stopped that.
Answer: He wears a mask that covers his face partially.
Indeed, Bane wears what looks like a biological mask that covers his mouth and nose, but not his eyes. Eventually it is shown that the mask helps him breath. Bane is played by Tom Hardy.
The green hair, as well as the wide smile and the catchphrase "Why so serious?", were Joker's signature characteristics from "The Dark Knight".
Answer: Christian Bale
'The Dark Knight' (2008), was Christian Bale's second outing as Batman. Aaron Eckhart played Harvey Dent, a character who became badly injured in an accident conjured up by a madman, The Joker (played by the late Heath Ledger). The Joker used the expression, 'Why so serious?' in the movie. Harvey Dent became the 'Two-Face' character as a result of this.
Maggie Gyllenhaal (as Rachel Dawes), Morgan Freeman (as Lucius Fox), Eric Roberts (as Salvatore Maroni) and Gary Oldman (as Jim Gordon) also starred in the movie.
Christian Bale also starred in 'Equilibrium' (2002), 'Terminator Salvation' (2009), and 'Empire of the Sun' (1987).
Answer: George Clooney
Clooney, born on May 6th, 1961 in Lexington, Kentucky was cast as Bruce Wayne and his alter ego, Batman. In Batman's first scene, he and Robin responded to a call about how a guy named Mr. Freeze broke in and robbed a museum. They nearly got Mr. Freeze but he used his freeze gun to freeze Robin. Batman dipped Robin's frozen body, in water, and used a device to heat up the water,
melt the ice and save Robin. Throughout the film, Batman and Robin fought over Poison Ivy, primarily due to how Robin thought Batman was jealous that Poison Ivy liked him. Batman reminded him that he worked under him and, if he wanted to survive, he would abide by his rules. It was believed that Batman nearly killed Mr. Freeze's wife but he revealed, to Mr. Freeze, that Poison Ivy was the one behind her near death. Clooney starred in the films, "From Dusk 'til Dawn", "Syriana", and "Michael Clayton."
Answer: The Dark Knight
"The Dark Knight" features a wonderful cast that includes Michael Caine, Christian Bale, and the late Heath Ledger. "The Dark Knight" centers on The Joker hatching a plan to kill Batman, with the help of several members of the mob. It also reveals Two-Face as a major villain and highlights the fall of Gotham's "White Knight" from hero to villain.
Answer: Adam West
Adam West played the original Batman on the TV show.
Answer: "I want a car. Chicks dig the car."- Robin
Robin: 'I want a car. Chicks dig the car.' Batman: 'This is why Superman works alone.' Alfred: 'Do try to bring this one back in one piece sir.' Robin: 'Don't wait up Al.' Alfred: 'I'll cancel the pizzas.' This is the whole opening conversation.
Answer: Lee Meriwether
Lee Meriwether also appeared in some Season 2 episodes, but not as Catwoman. Jill St. John never played Catwoman, but appeared in the first two episodes of the series as the Riddler's henchwoman, Molly, who died when she fell into the atomic pile generator of the Batcave.
Answer: Alfred tells Bruce about the letter and its contents.
In "The Dark Knight", Rachel had given the letter to Alfred, so he could give it to Bruce. After her death, Alfred had decided not to give the letter. However, when Bruce thinks about coming out of his retirement as Batman in the "The Dark Knight Rises", Alfred informs him of the existence of Rachel's letter. Alfred states that he had already burnt the letter in the past, but reveals its contents anyway (Rachel had written about her decision to marry Harvey Dent).
Answer: Kevin Conroy
'The Mask of the Phantasm' (1993), was based on the successful cartoon series of the 1990s, and featured the voice talent of Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman.
Mark Hamill, of 'Star Wars' fame, voiced The Joker. Dana Delany featured as The Phantasm/Andrea Beaumont, a vigilante out for justice against the mob. Stacy Keach provided the voice of her father and the Phantasm also.
Kevin Conroy got his first real break in acting on 'Another World', where he played the character, Ricky Grove from 1980-1981.
Answer: Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale
Adam West was the original Batman for 1966's "Batman: The Movie". He was followed by Michael Keaton in "Batman" and "Batman Returns". Batman was then portrayed by Val Kilmer in "Batman Forever". George Clooney then became the Caped Crusader for "Batman and Robin". Finally, Christian Bale played him in "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight".
Answer: Batman Forever
Chris O'Donnell played Dick Grayson. His family was killed by Two-Face. Bruce Wayne took him in. Dick discovered Bruce's secret and soon became Robin.
Answer: Jack Napier/Joker
Napier says it to Bruce when his parents are killed. Joker says it to Bruce in Vicki's apartment.
Answer: Chuckie Sol
The film opens on Chuckie Sol and his henchmen. Chuckie's first line is, 'This has been a long time comin',' in reference to a major counterfeiting scheme he and his gang have been putting together for some time. I've always interpreted that line as having a double meaning as well, in that the first animated Batman film was also "a long time in coming"!
Answer: Yvonne Craig
Yvonne Craig played the dual role of Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in the third and final season of the show. Madge Blake, who played Aunt Harriet Cooper, did not have any lines in the movie, but appeared briefly working in the garden of stately Wayne Manor. Stafford Repp played the role of Chief O'Hara. Neil Hamilton played the role of Commissioner Gordon.
Answer: The Dent Act
The Dent Act was named after Harvey Dent, to honor his dedication in the fight against organized crime. Harvey Dent's public image as a hero is shattered after Bane reveals that Batman had taken the fault for the murders Harvey Dent had committed towards the end of "The Dark Knight", prior to his death.
Answer: Val Kilmer
'Batman Forever' (1995) was Val Kilmer's only outing as Batman. Chris O'Donnell featured as his sidekick, Robin, and Nicole Kidman featured as Dr. Chase Meridian in an all-star cast.
Tommy Lee Jones played the part of Two Face/Harvey Dent and Jim Carrey starred as The Riddler/Edward Nygma, where his character invented a machine ('the box') that could read the darkest secrets of people.
Drew Barrymore had a cameo role as one of Two Faces' ladies, Sugar.
Val Kilmer was in 'Willow' (1988) with Joanne Whalley, whom he married the same year. He featured as Iceman in 'Top Gun' (1986) and as Jim Morrison in 'The Doors' (1991).
Answer: The Joker
Jack Nicholson played The Joker in the (1989) "Batman" movie.
The article is entitled, 'Bruce Wayne: One of the Wealthiest Entrepeneurs in Gotham.'
Answer: Michael Keaton
'Batman Returns' (1992), was Michael Keaton's second and final appearance as Batman.
Danny De Vito played The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot (a character with deformed hands), Christopher Walken played Max Shreck and Michelle Pfeiffer played Catwoman/Selina Kyle. In the movie, The Penguin and Shreck plotted to take over Gotham City.
Michael Keaton was born as Michael Douglas, but that name was already taken for movie billing purposes. Michael started out as a cameraman for television in Pittsburgh.
Answer: Uma Thurman
Nicole Kidman played Dr. Chase Meridian in "Batman Forever"; Alicia Silverstone played Barbara Wilson/Batgirl, and Vivica A. Fox played Ms. B. Haven.
Joker says this to his henchmen after Batman steals the parade balloons.
Answer: South America
Her boss pushes her into tables of chemicals that fill her veins with aloe, her skin with chlorophyl, and her lips with venom.
"Hand me down the Shark Repellent Bat Spray," he calls to Robin. As I re-watched the movie to write this quiz, I couldn't help but notice how the "shark" was obviously a rubber dummy. In a storage area of their vehicle, they have a whole shelf of oceanic repellent "Bat Sprays", including ones for barracudas, whales, and manta rays.
Later in the movie, Batman and Robin find the cage where the shark, who had been stuffed with dynamite, was held. "What cruelty," Robin says. Batman replies, "Nothing's sacred to those devils!"
Answer: Miranda Tate
Miranda Tate is revealed, towards the end of "The Dark Knight Rises", to be Talia al Ghul. As Miranda she is a member of the board of Wayne Enterprises, and friendly with Bruce Wayne himself, but in fact she is the one who guides Bane. Miranda Tate is portrayed by Marion Cotillard.
Answer: Kevin Conroy
'Mystery of the Batwoman' (2003) was based on the cartoon series of the 1990s. Kyra Sedwick, who has been married to Kevin Bacon, featured as the voice of the Batwoman, a vigilante whom the authorities believed was in cahoots with Batman. The Batwoman in the movie was a persona shared by three ladies; 'Rocky' Ballantine (voiced by Kelly Ripa), 'Kathy' Duquesne (voiced by Kimberly Brooks) and detective, Sonia Alcana (voiced by Eliza Gabrielli).
David Ogden Stiers featured as The Penguin and Hector Elizondo featured as Bane.
Kevin Conroy performed in 'Hamlet' and 'A Mid Summer Night's Dream' in California (San Diego) as a young actor. He went on to perform the title role in 'Hamlet' in New York at a Shakespeare festival in 1984, before his 'Batman' days.
The 1989 "Batman" film, that starred Michael Keaton, only has The Joker as a villain. Harvey Dent is in the film, however he is not yet Two-Face so he is not an opponent. "Batman Begins" features Scarecrow and Ra's Al Ghul for a total of two villains. "Batman: The Movie" features The Joker, Catwoman, The Riddler, and The Penguin. Finally, three villains appear in "The Dark Knight". They are the Scarecrow (though only briefly), The Joker, and Two-Face.
"Batman" focuses on Jack Napier, the second in command of mob boss Carl Grissom, who becomes the Joker after an accident with a chemical bath. He then proceeds to alter certain hygiene products so that they would be fatal when used in combination.
Answer: A lawyer
Harvey Dent was a lawyer. During a trial someone threw acid on him deforming half his face. After that he went by Two-Face.
Answer: Selina and Bruce
This conversation takes place between Batman and Catwoman on a rooftop. And later on between Selina and Bruce at a party.
Robin skids out twice on the Redbird, once when we first meet Freeze, and again when Batman disables the engine. Then Dick skids out, and loses his bike, at the motorcycle race.
Answer: a cemetery
As Bruce was paying his respects at his parents' grave, he overheard Andrea talking to her mother's headstone, and approached her.
Answer: Moscow Bugle
She mentions the name of a paper when she introduces herself at the press conference. Her alias is Comrade Kitanya Irenya Tatanya Karenska Alisoff or Miss Kitka for short. She draws outraged responses from Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara, when she talks about Batman as a "masked Cossack" and asks Batman and Robin, "If you please to take off the mask to take the better picture."
Answer: He uses Bruce's fingerprints that Selina obtained for him.
Early in the film, Selina Kyle steals Bruce Wayne's fingerprints, after posing as a maid during an event held in Wayne manor. Making Bruce bankrupt is just a part of the whole plan though. The goal is to make Bruce relinquish control of Wayne Enterprises to Miranda Tate, which happens soon afterwards.
Answer: Christian Bale
'Batman Begins' (2005), was the first Batman movie to feature Christian Bale. Cillian Murphy played the part of Dr. Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow, a role he reprieved briefly in 'The Dark Knight' (2008). Liam Neeson played Henri Ducard in the movie. The movie centred around the origins of Batman.
Other big names that featured in the movie were Michael Caine (Alfred), Katie Holmes (Rachel Dawes), Gary Oldman (Jim Gordon) and Morgan Freeman (Lucius Fox).
Christian Bale was in involved in a supposed assualt on his own mother and sister in 2008. Ultimately, police did not have sufficient evidence to try Christian in a court. Christian married Sandra Blazic in 2000.
Answer: Tim Booth/Alfred
Alan Napier is the original Alfred in "Batman: The Movie". Michael Gough plays Alfred in every movie from "Batman" through "Batman and Robin". The most recent Alfred is Michael Caine who fills the role in "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight". Tim Booth plays Victor Zsasz in "Batman Begins" and the scars on his neck that distinguish him as Zsasz can be clearly seen after Ra's Al Ghul attacks Gotham.
Answer: Poison Ivy
In "Batman and Robin"(1997) In Snowy Cone's factory, Poison Ivy attempts to get rid of Batman with a poison kiss. After failing at that attempt she distracts Batman and moves on to Robin whom she sees as an easier target.