The Purrfect Crime Tamil Dubbed Movie Torrent

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The Purr-fect Crime Tamil Dubbed Movie Torrent


Foo Catwoman initiates a series of thefts that cause Commissioner Gordon to summon Batman and Robin. But the importance of the crimes go beyond the taking of the objects involved. The Dynamic Duo eventually find Catwoman&#39;s lair. But Robin is whisked away while Batman is given a choice between two doors. If he picks the right door, he&#39;ll find Catwoman. If he picks the wrong one, he&#39;ll face certain doom. The hero makes the wrong selection and is about to be attacked by a tiger. INTRODUCING YET ANOTHER of the long standing Batman enemies, this fine first season continues to hit all the right categories. The female foe owes her origin to BATMAN COMICS # 1, Spring 1940*. Originally using the name of &#39;The Cat&#39;, her specialty was burglary (as in &#39;Cat Burglar&#39;). Although her identity was never used on the BATMAN TV Series, she was identified as Selina Kyle, socialite.<br/><br/>OUR TELEVISION COUNTERPART was, nonetheless, a most interesting antagonist for the Dynamic Duo. With the both obvious, yet underlying element of s-e-x being at the heart of any confrontation, criminal plot or ultimate resolution, we are kept interested far beyond any &quot;camp humor.&quot; <br/><br/>THE CASTING OF the quite tall dancer and actress from the Broadway Stage, Julie Newmar, gave us a most interesting nemeses for our heroes. Miss Newemar&#39;s costuming managed to straddle the fence between the sensual and good (TV) taste. Her skillful and classic manipulation of the King&#39;s English put the proper interpretation on a character who is from the upper classes.<br/><br/>THE CRIME SPREE was naturally done in an all-feline motif, as should be expected. Her henchmen all sported cat-like nicknames. Even her hideout and front was the Gato &amp; Chat Fur Company; the name being derived from foreign language words for C-A-T! <br/><br/>WERE YOU SURPRISED, Schultz? <br/><br/>NOTE * Although BATMAN premiered in Detective Comics no. 27,1939, BATMAN Comics came along a year later; the former being an anthology, the latter featuring all BATMAN stories. Interestingly enough, this no. 1 BATMAN Comics also brought the World the 1st appearance of the Joker. March 16, 1966 was launch day for Gemini 8, an important mission in the development of NASA&#39;s progress towards a moon landing. Featuring future moon walkers &amp; Apollo commanders Neil Armstrong (Apollo 11) and Dave Scott (Apollos 9 &amp; 15), it was an ambitious mission highlighted by the first docking between two spacecraft, and a planned, elaborate EVA (or spacewalk) by Scott, which never came off, because about 6 hours into the mission, the astronauts faced a life threatening emergency when the Gemini 8 capsule spun and tumbled out of control because of a malfunctioning thruster rocket, the astronauts nearly lost consciousness and the mission had to be aborted and brought back to earth almost immediately, landing in the wrong ocean, hundreds of miles away from the nearest rescue ship.<br/><br/>What does this have to do with Batman? Well, the emergency occurred during the broadcast of this episode of Batman, and ABC, like all the networks, cut away from its regularly scheduled programming to cover the Gemini 8 emergency, and ABC was buried under an avalanche of complaints from Batman fans for putting the lives of Armstrong &amp; Scott ahead of those of Batman &amp; Robin.<br/><br/>I was probably watching this when it happened, since I watched Batman from the beginning of its broadcast history, but I can&#39;t say for sure because I was only 4 years old at the time. I do remember this episode, having seen it probably a dozen times in reruns, but don&#39;t specifically remember it being interrupted that first time. As for the quality of the episode itself, it was a good one, like all the Julie Newmar Catwomans. We all love Julie Newmar for the obvious reasons, but she also had a great sense of humor and could really play comedy. But at the time, being only 4 years old, I didn&#39;t know this was supposed to be comedy. I took it serious.


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