Batman, The Movie (1966)



“MEN DIE! WOMEN SIGH! Beneath that Batcape – he’s all man !”

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Long before Tim Burton re-invented the Caped Crusader and Chris Chris Nolan re-imagined him there was “Batman” 1960’s style, as the decade’s most popular TV show was bat-ransported to the big screen. Such a gloriously camp, cheesy movie deserves a spectacular poster and acclaimed artist Boris Grinsson doesn’t disappoint on this original 1966 French ‘Petite’ affiche. The dynamic ‘action imagery of Batman only adds to the WOW factor. With deep rich colours, this originally folded example has been conservation linen backed and presents and displays superbly. A very COOL looking poster that represents an exceptional item of original film movie memorabilia for a true cultural icon…I am a huge Batman fan (all incarnations) and this remains one of my all-time favourite posters…“Robin..Hand down the shark-repellent Batspray !”

Trivia: The Penguin’s submarine interiors are the Seaview sets from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964) redressed.

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French ‘Petite’ Affiche – 17.75″ x 22″ / Single Sided

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Very Fine plus; Folded (as issued)-single centre foldline now conservation linen backed


Leslie H Martinson


Adam West, Burgess Meredith, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Frank Gorshin, Lee Merriwether

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