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Batman (1989)

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The Dark Knight of Gotham City begins his war on crime with his first major enemy being the clownishly homicidal Joker, who has seized control of Gotham's underworld.

Director: Tim Burton
Writers: Warren Skaaren, Sam Hamm.

Release Date: 1989-06-23
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $35,000,000
Revenue: $411,348,924
Production Companies : PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, The Guber-Peters Company, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1989-06-23
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $35,000,000
Revenue: $411,348,924

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Michael Keaton
as Bruce Wayne / Batman
Jack Nicholson
as Jack Napier / The Joker
Kim Basinger
as Vicki Vale
Michael Gough
as Alfred
Billy Dee Williams
as Harvey Dent
Robert Wuhl
as Alexander Knox
Pat Hingle
as Commissioner James Gordon
Jack Palance
as Carl Grissom
Jerry Hall
as Alicia Grissom
Tracey Walter
as Bob the Goon
William Hootkins
as Eckhardt
Lee Wallace
as Mayor
Christopher Fairbank
as Nic
Edwin Craig
as Rotelli
Hugo Blick
as Young Jack Napier
Vincent Wong
as Crimelord #1
Richard Strange
as Goon
Richard Durden
as TV Director
Sam Douglas
as Lawyer
Steve Plytas
as Doctor


Directing Tim Burton Director
Writing Bob Kane Characters
Writing Warren Skaaren Screenplay
Production Peter Guber Producer
Production Jon Peters Producer
Camera Roger Pratt Director of Photography
Sound Danny Elfman Original Music Composer
Editing Ray Lovejoy Editor
Production Marion Dougherty Casting
Art Anton Furst Production Design
Writing Sam Hamm Screenplay
Production Michael E. Uslan Executive Producer
Production Chris Kenny Co-Producer
Production Barbara Kalish Associate Producer
Production Benjamin Melniker Executive Producer
Art Terry Ackland-Snow Art Direction
Art Nigel Phelps Art Direction
Art Leslie Tomkins Supervising Art Director
Art Peter Young Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Bob Ringwood Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Tony Dunsterville Costume Design
Art Jenny Chartres Art Department Assistant
Art Michael Boone Assistant Art Director
Art Eddie Butler Sculptor
Art Roy Martin Standby Painter
Camera John Campbell Camera Operator
Camera Stuart Godfrey Key Grip
Camera Patricia Gregory Grip
Camera Murray Close Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Graham Churchyard Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Jan Jamison Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Lynda Armstrong Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Nick Dudman Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Suzanne Reynolds Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Crew Jamie White Carpenter
Crew Richard Brierley Loader
Crew Charles Staffell Projection
Crew Victor Anderson Propmaker
Art Charles Torbett Property Master
Crew Brian Bishop Scenic Artist
Crew Peter MacDonald Second Unit
Crew Eddie Stacey Stunt Coordinator
Crew Ken Barker Stunts
Crew Russ Woolnough Visual Effects Editor
Directing Derek Cracknell First Assistant Director
Directing Cheryl Leigh Script Supervisor
Sound Paul Smith Dialogue Editor
Editing Simon Harris First Assistant Editor
Lighting Billy Merrell Best Boy Electric
Lighting Fred Brown Electrician
Lighting Chuck Finch Gaffer
Lighting Maurice Gillett Rigging Gaffer
Lighting Bernie Hagadorn Rigging Grip
Production Chris Brock Location Manager
Production Brenda Coxon Production Accountant
Production Margaret Adams Production Coordinator
Production Gordon Arnell Publicist
Sound John Samworth Boom Operator
Sound Paula Connor Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Rocky Phelan Foley Editor
Sound Bob Badami Music Editor
Sound Michael Dilbeck Music Supervisor
Sound Steve Bartek Orchestrator
Sound Tony Dawe Production Sound Mixer
Sound Eric Tomlinson Scoring Mixer
Sound Eddy Joseph Sound Editor
Sound Don Sharpe Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects John Evans Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Peter Watson Visual Effects Coordinator
Writing Chris Buchinsky Storyboard
Production Pat Harrison Unit Manager
Art Michael White Production Illustrator

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