Cheers and Happiness,
Even luckier for us, she's Batgirl, the supremely feminine scourge of all that is criminal!
Y.G. should have been Y.C. ......Yvonne Craig. My type, sorry for the confusion!
Thank you!elmrgraham wrote:Excellent choices.
My favorite for B.G. is Selna Gomez. Kirsten Dunst as the "Spoiler/Robin" is an idea I hadn't thought of; BUT.....I LIKE IT A LOT!!!!!!!! I realize that Stephanie/ Spoiler/ Robin wasn't even created then (66), but I think that not everything can be in the 2000s as it was in 1966.
Well Done, Quarhog, VERY Well Done,......and of course,
Amy Adams is great, and she comes off a lot younger than she is. In Night At The Museum, she looks about 25.Quarhog wrote:Amy Adams for Batgirl (yes I know she's 41, but Kate Beckinsale is 42, and she's just slipped into Selene's catsuit for the fifth time); Kirsten Dunst for Robin!
You might be thinking of Adam, who was roughly 37 when he began playing Batman. According to her wiki Yvonne Craig was born in 1937. I suppose that would have made her 31 in 1968. A bit too old I guess, but she was still fairly girlish for 31. Gal Gadot, the new Wonder Woman is 30, which is about perfect. I really can't see women in their 40's, approaching middle age, playing a character with girl in the title! And consider by the time of the sequel Amy Adams might be 45! Chloë Grace Moretz could do it.Larry A. wrote:Excellent Choices indeed, Quarhog!!!! As for Amy being 41, Yvonne was in Her late 30's when She did BG.
As for Catwoman... where do I start! Two actresses now in their late sixties who would have made terrific Catwomen twenty-five years ago are Susan Sarandon and Zoe Wanamaker... and Sandra Bernhard as The Riddler!!
I hadn't even thought of, let alone about Chloe Grace Moritz!!!! She WOULD be a VERY Good Bat Girl!
I hate to admit to this, but I intensely dislike Sara B I just don't care for Her sense of Comedy and when I've seen Her interviews, She just doesn't do anything for me
Wow. Lot's of pics online. She was something! She resembles June Lockhart a little. I guess I've only ever seen her on Darby O'Gill & The Little People, and really didn't take notice. Such a shame she passed so young.Quarhog wrote:If I could have any actress I wanted, dead or alive, as a female Robin, I would unhesitatingly plump for the late Janet Munro (1934-1972). Unfortunately I haven't been able to figure out which button to press or I'd post a picture of her...