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'Batman and Me:' Caped Creator Bob Kane

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'Batman and Me:' Caped Creator Bob Kane

'Batman and Me:' Caped Creator Bob Kane

'Batman and Me:' Caped Creator Bob Kane

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In his autobiography, Batman and Me, Kane tells how he came up with the idea for the caped crusader, and what influence he had on the TV series and previous Batman movies. Kane drew Batman from its inception in 1939 to the late 60s. DC Comic still publishes Batman. The new movie Batman Begins has just hit theaters nationwide. This interview was originally broadcast on March 23, 1990.