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Yea, we heard today... R.I.P Batman.

Oh my, this is the first I heard.  I remember rushing to my friend's house after school and watching Batman.  It was reruns by then but we didn't know or care.  I still remember how excited we got watching those silly fight scenes.  RIP Adam West.

RIP Mr. Wayne! Bat signal end of watch

Crying

He was great at playing the role. Nervous

It was so bad and corny it was GREAT.

He was able to count the bullets being fired from a machine gun

I agree. The acting, the dialogue, the whole thing was over the top bad, but it was funny. The butler was great. What was his name? The old gal reminded me of Aunt Bee from Andy Griffith's show in Mayberry. 

I agree. The acting, the dialogue, the whole thing was over the top bad, but it was funny. The butler was great. What was his name? The old gal reminded me of Aunt Bee from Andy Griffith's show in Mayberry. 

Michael Gough, the British actor famous for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth, in four 'Batman' movies, has died. Michael Gough, a veteran character actor best known for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth in the first four Batman movies, died Thursday. He was 94.Mar 17, 2011

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