Batwoman and Robin meet the Queen of the Vampires is a 1972 Filipino action horror film directed by Tony Cayado (Kamay na gumagapang, Dracula Goes to R.P., Living Dead) from a screenplay by Greg Macabenta.
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 early Turkish Batman movie based on the famous comic characters, with his name spelled the Turkish pronunciation (Bedmen). The unfortunate erotic evocations of the title have nothing to do with the plot.
My friends and I enjoy watching weird cinema from around the world and this "gem" did not let us down. A stunningly strange hodge-podge of camp, horrible fight scenes, love songs, terrible song and dance numbers during bank robberies and some stuff that makes you rewind because you can't believe what you just saw. The film is awful, but yet entertaining. For true hardcore weirdo cinema fans.
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