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No, not that Batman and Robin.

The sequel to Batman's film debut, the 1943 movie The Batman, Batman and Robin was released in 1949 by Columbia Pictures and served as a sequel serial, consisting of fifteen chapters in a similar way as the original. Robert Lowery played Batman, while Johnny Duncan played Robin. Supporting players included Jane Adams as Vicki Vale and veteran character actor Lyle Talbot as Commissioner Gordon.

The plot dealt with the duo facing off against the Wizard, a hooded villain whose identity remains a mystery throughout the serial until the end. The serial covers their adventures in attempting to thwart the nefarious deeds of the Wizard.

See also The Batman for the original Batman film. This along with the film before it also inspired the 1960s TV series.


Tropes associated with this work:

  • A Wizard Did It: Literally, except not.
  • Death by Secret Identity: Vicki Vale's brother Jimmy finds out Batman is Bruce Wayne. Guess who doesn't survive to the end of the episode.
  • "Everybody Laughs" Ending
  • His Name Is: This happens to a news reporter who is about to reveal the Wizard's identity. Fortunately, he got better.
  • Name and Name
  • Techno Wizard
  • Thememobile: Like the first serial, the budget didn't allow for a separate Batmobile, so Batman and Robin drive around in Bruce Wayne's Mercury. Lampshaded when Vicki Vale asks Batman if Bruce Wayne knows that Batman is using his car.
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