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Behind the scenes
- In the DC comics, the Bat-Signal is a large projection lamp that casts the silhouetted shape of a bat across the sky of Gotham City. Commissioner James Gordon incorporated it as a means of contacting Batman, whenever he was needed and it was placed on the roof of the headquarters of Gotham City Police Department.
- The symbol used for the Bat-Signal used is from and not 1989 Batman film. Oddly enough, when Robert Wuhl appeared on , a screenshot of Alexander Knox's scene featured the correct Batsignal.
- ↑ ""
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