Batman Returns - Cast

Cast

  • Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne / Batman: Continuing his quest as Gotham City's sole protector, in his wake, he meets Selina Kyle, and clashes with new anti-heroine Catwoman. His situation becomes complicated due to the arrival of a mysterious "Penguin-like Man" spotted throughout Gotham.
  • Danny DeVito as Oswald Cobblepot / The Penguin: Abandoned at birth due to his hideous appearance by his aristocratic parents, he spends his life living in the sewers of Gotham City. His real intentions are to dispose of every first-born aristocratic son in Gotham City out of vengeance against his parents for abandoning him as a child.
  • Michelle Pfeiffer as Selina Kyle / Catwoman: Formerly a quiet and shy secretary for Max Shreck, Selina transforms into Catwoman after an attempt on her life. She becomes a romantic interest for Bruce Wayne and a deadly adversary for Batman.
  • Christopher Walken as Max Shreck: A powerful, sociopathic and ruthless business mogul who serves as the boss of Selina Kyle and unusual ally to the Penguin. He seeks to build a supposed power plant in order to bring Gotham to its knees.
  • Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth: Bruce Wayne's faithful butler.
  • Michael Murphy as the Mayor: The Mayor of Gotham City who opposes Max Shreck's proposal to build the power plant. Shreck retaliates by working with the Penguin to defame him and have him recalled.
  • Cristi Conaway as Ice Princess: A holiday-themed beauty queen who is kidnapped and eventually killed by the Penguin.
  • Andrew Bryniarski as Charles "Chip" Shreck: Max Shreck's son and right-hand man.
  • Pat Hingle as Commissioner Gordon: The police commissioner of Gotham City.

Vincent Schiavelli and Anna Katarina portray two of the Penguin's lackeys. Paul Reubens and Diane Salinger, who both appeared in Burton's Pee-wee's Big Adventure, have cameo appearances as the Penguin's parents, Tucker and Esther Cobblepot. Elizabeth Sanders, the wife of Batman co-creator Bob Kane, cameos as a Gotham citizen.

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