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Old 03-08-05, 09:06 AM
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DVD Talk review of 'Batman and Robin: The Complete 1949 Movie Serial Collection'

I read Stuart Galbraith IV's DVD review of Batman and Robin: The Complete 1949 Movie Serial Collection at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=14782 and...

I have always wondered why the early Batman vesions never used ( as far as I am aware! ) the character of The Joker? As, surely, he is such an "iconic" figure, probably a joint result of Bob Kane's original conception, based, I have read, upon the Conrad Veidt character Gwynplaine from The Man Who Laughs, an early expressionist movie, and to the late Cesar Romero's turn as the Joker, from the wonderfully campy 1960's TV Series, which I dearly hope will, before to long a time gap has elapsed, turn up as a DVD Special Edition Boxset itself!!
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the review says there is no extras but according to the menus saw here (http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid=55758), there are some previews included.

Can someone tell me what previews are included ?

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