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Batman (1989 film) Quotes

Batman (1989 film) is a television program that debuted in 1970 . Batman stopped airing in 1970.

It features Jon Peters; Peter Guber as producer, Danny Elfman in charge of musical score, and Roger Pratt (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

Batman (1989 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Batman (1989 film) is 126 minutes long. Batman (1989 film) is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

The cast includes: Charles Roskilly as Bruce Wayne, Kim Basinger as Vicki Vale, Christopher Fairbank as Nic, Michael Keaton as Batman, Jack Nicholson as Joker, Jack Palance as Grissom, Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth, John Dair as Ricorso, Robert Wuhl as Knox, William Hootkins as Eckhardt, Robert Wuhl as Alexander Knox, Jerry Hall as Alicia, Hugo Blick as Jack Napier, George Roth as Eddie, and Garrick Hagon as Tourist Dad.

Batman (1989 film) Quotes

Kim Basinger as Vicki Vale

  • (Kim Basinger) "My pictures, your words: Pulitzer Prize material. Just think --"
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Okay, you're a visionary. You're also the only one who believes me. I need something tangible. Gordon's got a file on this. I can't even get him on the phone."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Bruce Wayne's benefit, he'll be there, right?"
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Yeah, yeah. I -- I don't seem to be on the guest list."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "No. No."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Yes. Yes. Uh, Vale, will you marry me?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Nope."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Will you buy me lunch?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Maybe."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "I eat light."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Aww. He took the film."
  • (Kim Basinger) "He's really wonderful? He loves you a lot."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Alfred's a great one. I Couldn't find my socks without him."
  • (Kim Basinger) "What do you want?"
  • (The Joker) "My face on the one dollar bill."
  • (Kim Basinger) "You must be joking."
  • (The Joker) "Do I look like I'm joking?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Could you pass the salt?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Mr. Joker, you say such beautiful things. Oh, you're so powerful. And purple. Oh, I love purple."
  • (Michael Keaton) "Excuse me."
  • (Michael Keaton) "Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "A lot of people think you're as dangerous as the Joker."
  • (Michael Keaton) "He's psychotic."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Some people say the same thing about you."
  • (Michael Keaton) "What people?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Well, I mean, let's face it. You're not exactly normal, are you?"
  • (Michael Keaton) "It's not exactly a normal world, is it?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "I just gotta know, are we gonna try to love each other?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "I'd like to. But he's out there right now. And I've gotta go to work."
  • (Kim Basinger) "You're insane."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "I thought I was a Pisces."
  • (Kim Basinger) "What about your family?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Well, actually, Alfred is my family."
  • (Kim Basinger) "You know, this house and all this stuff really doesn't seem like you at all."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Some of it is very much me. Some of it isn't."

Jack Nicholson as Joker

  • (Jack Nicholson) "Oh, I got a live one here."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "As though we were made for each other -- Beauty and the Beast. Of course, if anyone else calls you beast, I'll rip their lungs out."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Gentlemen. Let's broaden our minds. Lawrence?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Stop the press, who is that?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Honey, you'll never believe what happened to me today."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Huh."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Miss me? Nice place you've got here. Lots of space. Uh, Vicki, we've really got to have a talk. I'm very upset. We were having dinner. I was a man doing well with a beautiful woman. And without so much as an apology, you ran off with that sideshow phony."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Antoine got a little hot under the collar."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Your pals, uh, they're not bad people. Maybe we, uh, outta give them a couple of days to think it over."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "No?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Grease 'em now? Well, OK. You are a vicious bastard Rotelli, and, uh, I'm glad you're dead."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "So gentlemen, that's how it is. Until Grissom, uh resurfaces, I'm the acting President, and I say starting with this anniversary festival, we run the city into the ground."
  • (John Dair) "Why don't we hear this from Grissom?"
  • (Rotelli) "Yeah. And what's with that stupid grin?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Life's been good to me."
  • (Rotelli) "What if we say no?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Well, Tony, nobody wants a war. If we can't do business, why, we'll just shake hands and that'll be it."
  • (Rotelli) "Yeah?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Yeah."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Whoo. Whoo. Oh, I got a live one here."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Oh, there'll be a hot time in the old town tonight."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Antoine got a little "hot" under the collar."
  • (John Dair) "You're crazy."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Haven't you ever heard of the healing power of laughter?"
  • (Jack Nicholson) "NOW GET OUTTA HERE."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Have you shipped a million of those things?"
  • (Scientist at Axis Chemicals) "Yes sir."
  • (Jack Nicholson) "Ship 'em ALL. We're gonna take 'em out a WHOLE NEW DOOR."

Robert Wuhl as Knox

  • (Robert Wuhl) "Commissioner Gordon, is there a six foot bat operating in Gotham City, and is he on the police payroll, and if so -- what's he pulling down -- after taxes?"
  • (Robert Wuhl) "You know what they say? They say he can't be killed. They say he drinks blood. They say --"
  • (William Hootkins) "I say -- you're full of s***, Knox. Oh, uh, you can quote me on that."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "The rich. You know why they're so odd? Because they can afford to be."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Mr. Dent, I love that tie. We were discussing the pros and cons of winged vigilantes. What's your stand?"
  • (Dist. Atty. Harvey Dent) "Mr. Knox, we have enough problems in this city without worrying about ghosts or goblins."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Pardon me, but that's not a denial."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Hello legs."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Check this out. He must have been "King of the Wicker People"."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Maybe it should be Bruce Vain."
  • (Dist. Atty. Harvey Dent) "We've received a letter from Batman this morning. 'Please inform the citizens of Gotham that Gotham City has earned a rest from crime. But if the forces of evil should rise again, to cast a shadow on the heart of the city, call me.'"
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Question. How do we call him?"
  • (Commissioner Jim Gordon) "He gave us a signal."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "So, uh, what brings you here?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "I'm here to see some of the wildlife in Gotham City."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Wildlife?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Mm-hmm."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Like what?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Like -- bats."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Who sent you?"
  • (Robert Wuhl) "Lieutenant, is there a six-foot bat in Gotham City? And if so, is he on the police payroll? And if so, what's he pulling down -- after taxes?"

Jack Palance as Grissom

  • (Jack Palance) "Jack, it's an important job. I need -- someone I can trust. You are my number one guy."

Charles Roskilly as Bruce Wayne

  • (Charles Roskilly) "I'm Batman, I'm Batman."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "I know who you are. Let me tell you about this guy I know, Jack. Mean kid. Bad seed. Hurt people."
  • (The Joker) "I like him already."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Now you know the problem was -- he got sloppy. You know? Crazy. He started to lose it. He had a head full of bad wiring, I guess."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Couldn't keep it straight up here."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "He was the kind of guy who couldn't hear the train until it was 2 feet from him."
  • (The Joker) "Hmm."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "You know what happened to this guy, Jack?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Well -- he made mistakes. Then he had his"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "LIGHTS OUT. Now you wanna get nuts? Come on. Let's get nuts."
  • (The Joker) "Bruce -- Wayne, n'est-ce pas?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Most of the time."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "It's Japanese."
  • (Robert Wuhl) "How do you know?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Because I bought it in Japan."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "You wanna get nuts? Come on. Let's get nuts."
  • (The Joker) "Tell me something, my friend. You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
  • (Charles Roskilly) "What?"
  • (The Joker) "I always ask that of all my prey. I just -- like the sound of it."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "Y'see, my life is really -- complex."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "You're a real nice girl, and I like you a lot, but right now, shut up."

Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth

  • (Michael Gough) "I have no wish to fill my few remaining years grieving for the loss of old friends. Or their sons."
  • (Michael Gough) "Miss Vale called again. Dare I suggest that your present course of action might simply strengthen her resolve. She is quite tenacious."
  • (Charles Roskilly) "You're right about that."
  • (Michael Gough) "And if I may say so, quite special. Perhaps you could try telling her the truth."
  • (Michael Gough) "Oh, I regret to inform you that master Wayne is going to be a little late tonight."
  • (Kim Basinger) "I'm not at all surprised."

Hugo Blick as Jack Napier

  • (Hugo Blick) "Eckheardt. think a bout the future."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Decent people shouldn't live here. They'd be happier someplace else."
  • (Jerry Hall) "Pretty tough talk about Carl."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Don't worry about it. If this clown could touch Grissom, I'd have handed him his lungs by now."
  • (Jerry Hall) "If Grissom knew about us, he might hand you something."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Don't flatter yourself, angel. He's a tired old man. He can't run this city without me. And besides, he doesn't know."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Nice outfit."
  • (Hugo Blick) "We've been ratted out here, boys."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Why, Eckhardt, you oughta think about the future."
  • (William Hootkins) "You mean when you run this show? You ain't got no future, Jack. You're an A-1 nut boy and Grissom knows it."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Better be sure."
  • (Hugo Blick) "See? You can make a good decision when you try."
  • (Hugo Blick) "Brought you a little snack, Eckhardt."
  • (William Hootkins) "Why don't you broadcast it?"
  • (Hugo Blick) "Shut up and listen."

Michael Keaton as Batman

  • (Michael Keaton) "You weigh a little more than a hundred and eight."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Oh really."
  • (Michael Keaton) "Let's go."
  • (Michael Keaton) "See that thing on my belt? Grab it. Whatever you do, don't let go."
  • (Michael Keaton) "You killed my parents."
  • (The Joker) "What? What? What are you talking about?"
  • (Michael Keaton) "I made you, you made me first."
  • (The Joker) "Hey, bat-brain, I mean, I was a kid when I killed your parents. I mean, I say "I made you" you gotta say "you made me." I mean, how childish can you get?"

Jerry Hall as Alicia

  • (Jerry Hall) "Jack, you said I could watch you improve the paintings."
  • (The Joker) "Well I'm in trouble now."

Christopher Fairbank as Nic

  • (Christopher Fairbank) "Don't kill me. Don't kill me, man. Don't kill me. Don't kill me, man."
  • (Michael Keaton) "I'm not going to kill you. I want you to do me a favor. I want you to tell all your friends about me."
  • (Christopher Fairbank) "What are you?"
  • (Michael Keaton) "I'm Batman."

George Roth as Eddie

  • (George Roth) "Hey, let's beat it, man. I don't like it up here."
  • (Christopher Fairbank) "What are ya, scared of heights?"
  • (George Roth) "I don't know. After what happened to Johnny Gobs --"
  • (Christopher Fairbank) "Hey, look, man. Johnny Gobs got ripped and took a walk off a roof, all right? No big loss."
  • (George Roth) "No man -- that ain't what I heard at all. I heard that the Bat got him."
  • (Christopher Fairbank) "The Bat? Aw man, give me a break, will ya?"
  • (George Roth) "Five stories straight down. There wasn't no blood in the body."
  • (Christopher Fairbank) "No s***. It was all over the pavement."

Garrick Hagon as Tourist Dad

  • (Unnamed) "Excuse me."
  • (Garrick Hagon) "I'm sorry, this is my cab."
  • (Unnamed) "Sorry."
  • (Garrick Hagon) "Listen, I was here first."
  • (Garrick Hagon) "Oh, God. Oh, taxi? Taxi."

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