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Batmobile from Batman Forever (1995)

Batmobile from Batman Forever

Years after the Tim Burton films of “Batman” and “Batman Returns”, Bruce Wayne is back to maintaining order in

Gotham City. In 1995 director Joel Schumacher filmed “Batman Forever” with a new villain in the mix, Two-Face

(Tommy Lee Jones) who held up the Second National Bank. When Batman (Val Kilmer) was informed of

Two-Face’s intentions he rushed over to prevent him from advancing any further. While cruising through the streets

of Gotham, Batman is chased by another group of henchmen who are after him. This time they belong to

The Keaton-Mobile

Batmobile in the 1989 film "Batman" and "Batman Returns" (1992)

Some people argue that the Tim Burton Batmobile is one of the most well known and popular model of the car that

has been helping Batman get around for 74 years. What started out in only comic books have spread to movies, t.v.

shows, video games and other types of media. The 1989 Batmobile starred in the movies "Batman" and "Batman

Returns". Terry Ackland, John Evans, Keith Short were all the designers who came up with the design of the car. Its

grand appearance came in the 1989 film when Batman (Michael Keaton) rescued Vicki Vale(Kim Basinger) from the

The Keaton-Mobile

Batmobile in the 1989 film "Batman" and "Batman Returns" (1992)

Some people argue that the Tim Burton Batmobile is one of the most well known and popular model of the car that

has been helping Batman get around for 74 years. What started out in only comic books have spread to movies, t.v.

shows, video games and other types of media. The 1989 Batmobile starred in the movies "Batman" and "Batman

Returns". Terry Ackland, John Evans, Keith Short were all the designers who came up with the design of the car. Its

grand appearance came in the 1989 film when Batman (Michael Keaton) rescued Vicki Vale(Kim Basinger) from the