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The Amazing Adventures of Little Batman (2007)

Based on the 1966 Batman TV series, this fan film has a very young Bruce Wayne taking on the famous, pint-sized villains of Gotham City. After escaping Gotham Penitentiary, the criminals ... See full summary »

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Based on the 1966 Batman TV series, this fan film has a very young Bruce Wayne taking on the famous, pint-sized villains of Gotham City. After escaping Gotham Penitentiary, the criminals put their latest plans in action to take over total control of the entire world. It is up to Batman and Robin to put an end to their evil plans. Almost the entire cast is made up of children. Written by Joe Valenti

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All Heroes Start Off Small...


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1 December 2007 (USA)  »

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$25,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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Mostly OK
7 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

The Amazing Adventures of Little Batman is a fan film that is based on the 1960's Batman television series. The production values are great for a fan film. The child actors are a mixed bag. The kids who play Batman, Catwoman, The Mayor and The Chief are decent actors, but everyone else is unfortunately a load of crap. Most are really slow talking and have no life to their performances, but the absolute standout of s*it is the kid who plays Robin. My god this kid can't act. He's so f**kin bland that i don't even think the script could accomplish this mess! The ending is also one of the most sappiest pieces of s*it i've seen in a long time. Overall, an OK fan film. Just ignore the blandness that is Robin and the awful ending.


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