Cool McCool, a spoof of James Bond, nabbed the bad guys in this cartoon by the creator of Batman. The 1/2 hour was rounded out with Cool's father Harry McCool and the Komedy Kops in their bumbling capers.
Using behind-the-scenes footage, home movies and rare TV commercials and network promos, this video profiles Batman through the years from its beginnings as a comic book to the successful 1960s TV series.
An evil syndicate is set to conquer the world, and the mission is to stop them from fulfilling their viscious plans. The consequences of their failure may mean the destruction of all ... See full summary »
Bob Kane, the creator of Batman and Robin, long off the comic book beat, came up with animal versions of his original heroes. Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse were so closely modelled on Batman and Robin that you wonder that there were no lawsuits.
I watched this as a child, but even now I remember that this was a much better satire of Batman and Robin than the faux camp television series with Adam West and Burt Ward.
This is sure to give you a chuckle.
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