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Batman & Robin (20-Jun-1997)

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writer: Akiva Goldsman

Music: Elliot Goldenthal

Producer: Peter Macgregor-Scott

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Comic Book, Batman

A bickering Batman and Robin must stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from their plan of remaking Gotham City as a frozen waste. A horrible script, gross miscasting, mediocre sets, and abysmal performance and unbelievably bad one-liners by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze make this without a doubt the worst Batman in the entire canon.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Paul Chan
Actor
26-Jun-1950   Robbery: Homicide Division
George Clooney
Actor
6-May-1961   E.R.
Coolio
Rapper
1-Aug-1963   Gangsta's Paradise
Vivica Fox
Actor
30-Jul-1964   Booty Call
John Glover
Actor
7-Aug-1944   Lionel Luthor on Smallville
Michael Gough
Actor
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Pat Hingle
Actor
19-Jul-1924 3-Jan-2009 Commissioner Gordon in Batman films
Doug Hutchison
Actor
26-May-1960   The Green Mile
Nicky Katt
Actor
11-May-1970   Harry Senate on Boston Public
Patrick Leahy
Politician
31-Mar-1940   US Senator from Vermont
Eric Lloyd
Actor
19-May-1986   The Santa Clause 2
Elle Macpherson
Model
29-Mar-1963   Tall supermodel
Chris O'Donnell
Actor
26-Jun-1970   NCIS Los Angeles
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Alicia Silverstone
Actor
4-Oct-1976   Clueless
Uma Thurman
Actor
29-Apr-1970   Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Jesse Ventura
Wrestling
15-Jul-1951   Wrestler turned Governor of Minnesota

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