The Wild World of Batwoman (1966)

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The pointlessly named Batwoman and her bevy of Batmaidens fight evil and dance.

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18 April 2001 | courtland100
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| a mysty masterpiece!
This movie is the reason why the art of parody exists.My all-time favorite episode of mst3k revolved around this movie.In spite of terrible acting,innumerable errors,and absolute silliness,this movie did have a certain energy and pace of its own.It lent itself perfectly to the mst3k format.This 1966 bit of celluloid was an excellent send-up,intentionally or not,to the pop-culture of the sixties,and everything from superhero TV shows,B-rated horror movies,go-go dancing,James Bond,and the California beach culture were given a hilarious lampooning.Add to the mix an avuncular official from the US Patent office and a seance which gets rudely interrupted by a Chinese ghost,and you get the picture.A laugh-riot not to be myssed by fans of comedy,sci-fi,and bad movies.Katherine Victor was an actress whose comedic talents as a foil or a Zeppo-Marx-type "straight" person were never realized.I look forward to a "Batwoman Returns"!!!

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