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Pop Goes The Joker Movie In Hindi Dubbed Download
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When the Joker takes advantage of his vandalism of fine art being appreciated as pop art itself, Batman must discover his true scheme.
The Joker appears in an art gallery and defaces the paintings with paint-spraying guns. But instead of being horrified at his alterations, the Joker's work is praised as "art". After more success at an international art competition, the Joker founds his own art school. But Batman and Robin suspect he has a more sinister purpose in mind when he enrolls only wealthy millionaires.
It is difficult to judge the quality of a show that is basically a parody of itself. The "Batman" series uses the comic book format to spoof comics and, with tongue in cheek, to comment on society. In this episode, the show spoofs modern artistic commentary. Gotham City holds an art contest between five supposedly renowned artists from around the world. Their names are take-offs on famous artists, e.g. Vincent van Gauche. Each has three minutes to create a painting that will be judged. During the competition, each slathers or slops paint upon a canvas (for example, Jackson Potluck rolls in paint then rolls on a canvas), except for The Joker. In an homage to "The Emperor's New Clothes", he never puts brush to canvas. It is the ultimate in minimalism, so of course he wins the contest.
When this series first played back in the sixties, much of the social commentary flew above the heads of young viewers, though some of its meaning probably seeped in.
The plot is silly, as usual, with illogical happenstances galore--and part of the fun.
The Joker and Bruce Wayne get into "pop art".
I have never been into paintings and I was a child of the 1970s instead of the 1960s, so many of the jokes in this two-parter went a bit over my head. To me atleast, some of the humour in this adventure seemed a bit too simple minded, such as the bit where the Joker "corrects" Bruce on his artistic skills. The wit of the Batman series is usually more clever than this. But again, this might just be me being out of my element. There is a lot to enjoy in this two-parter.
The parts where Robin and Bruce Wayne (not Batman) team up are well done and part two is actually better than part one.
I mainly know Fritz Feld from his three Lost In Space appearances, as "Mr Zumdish", and he seems to be playing almost the same character here.
And finally, the smash hit Batman movie of 1989 almost seems to be paying tribute to this episode as Jack Nicholson (The Joker) shares the same terrible sense of art as Romero does here.
This might not be my favourite Joker adventure, but this 1966 Batman series is just not capable of doing a bad episode...so enjoy!
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When the Joker takes advantage of his vandalism of fine art being appreciated as pop art itself, Batman must discover his true scheme.
The Joker appears in an art gallery and defaces the paintings with paint-spraying guns. But instead of being horrified at his alterations, the Joker's work is praised as "art". After more success at an international art competition, the Joker founds his own art school. But Batman and Robin suspect he has a more sinister purpose in mind when he enrolls only wealthy millionaires.
It is difficult to judge the quality of a show that is basically a parody of itself. The "Batman" series uses the comic book format to spoof comics and, with tongue in cheek, to comment on society. In this episode, the show spoofs modern artistic commentary. Gotham City holds an art contest between five supposedly renowned artists from around the world. Their names are take-offs on famous artists, e.g. Vincent van Gauche. Each has three minutes to create a painting that will be judged. During the competition, each slathers or slops paint upon a canvas (for example, Jackson Potluck rolls in paint then rolls on a canvas), except for The Joker. In an homage to "The Emperor's New Clothes", he never puts brush to canvas. It is the ultimate in minimalism, so of course he wins the contest.

When this series first played back in the sixties, much of the social commentary flew above the heads of young viewers, though some of its meaning probably seeped in.

The plot is silly, as usual, with illogical happenstances galore--and part of the fun.
The Joker and Bruce Wayne get into "pop art".

I have never been into paintings and I was a child of the 1970s instead of the 1960s, so many of the jokes in this two-parter went a bit over my head. To me atleast, some of the humour in this adventure seemed a bit too simple minded, such as the bit where the Joker "corrects" Bruce on his artistic skills. The wit of the Batman series is usually more clever than this. But again, this might just be me being out of my element. There is a lot to enjoy in this two-parter.

The parts where Robin and Bruce Wayne (not Batman) team up are well done and part two is actually better than part one.

I mainly know Fritz Feld from his three Lost In Space appearances, as "Mr Zumdish", and he seems to be playing almost the same character here.

And finally, the smash hit Batman movie of 1989 almost seems to be paying tribute to this episode as Jack Nicholson (The Joker) shares the same terrible sense of art as Romero does here.

This might not be my favourite Joker adventure, but this 1966 Batman series is just not capable of doing a bad episode...so enjoy!

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