Remember when Batman wasn't all dark and
gritty? It was back when Adam West played the Caped Crusader in
the 1960's. Back then Batman didn't just punch the bad guys, he
was a great moral example to America's youth. Here's some quotes
to bring back memories of the good old days when Batman and
Robin were as worried about being good moral heroic
examples as punching out the bad guys.
Robin: "Let's go!"
Batman: "Not you, Robin. They have strict licensing laws in this
country. A boy of your age is not allowed in a drinking tavern."
Dick Grayson: "What's so important about
Bruce Wayne: "All music is important, Dick. It's the universal
language. One of our best hopes for the eventual realization of
the brotherhood of man."
Dick Grayson: "Gosh Bruce, yes, you're right. I'll practice
harder from now on.
"Robin: "You can't get away from Batman that
Batman: "Good grammar is essential, Robin."
Robin: "Thank you."
Batman: "You're welcome."
Batman: "Better put 5 cents in the meter."
Robin: "No policeman's going to give the Batmobile a ticket."
Batman: "This money goes to building better roads. We all must
do our part."
Robin: "Boy! That was our closest call ever!
I have to admit that I was pretty scared!"
Batman: "I wasn't scared in the least."
Robin: "Not at all?"
Batman: "Haven't you noticed how we always escape the vicious
ensnarements of our enemies?"
Robin: "Yeah, because we're smarter than they are!"
Batman: "I like to think it's because our hearts are pure."
Robin: "Gosh, Batman, this camel grass juice
Batman: "Beware of strong stimulants, Robin."
Batman: "Robin, the Constitution provides
that a man is innocent until proven guilty. And the Constitution
is the cornerstone of our great nation. We must abide by it."
Robin: "Gosh, when you put it that way..."
Joker: "Let bygones be bygones. I'd like to
shake hands with both of you. Can't we be friends?"
Robin: "I'd rather shake hands with a spitting cobra!"
Batman: "You're being cynical, Robin. To err is human, to
Robin: "Gosh, there could be diplomatic
repercussions if we fail this time, Batman."
Batman: "That's not the point, Robin. What's important is that
the world know that all visitors to these teeming shores are
safe, be they peasant or king."
Robin: "Gee, Batman, I never thought of that. You're right."
Batman: "It's the very essence of our democracy."
Batman: "Remember the Boy Scouts' motto."
Robin: "'Be prepared'."
Batman: "It would do well to keep that in mind at all times."
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