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Bob Hastings

Bob Hastings



United States

Age: 89

Born: 18 Apr, 1925

Died: 30 Jun, 2014

Known for

In Batman: The Animated Series as Commissioner Gordonas Commissioner Gordon

in Batman: The Animated Series
In Batman: The Animated Series as Driveras Driver

in Batman: The Animated Series
In The New Batman Adventures as Commissioner Gordonas Commissioner Gordon

in The New Batman Adventures
In The Adventures of Superboy (CBS) as Superboy/Clark Kentas Superboy/Clark Kent

in The Adventures of Superboy (CBS)

TV Series Starring Bob Hastings

The New Batman AdventuresThe New Batman Adventures
WB, 1997 | Drama, Family, Action, Adventure
Rating: 3.6/5

The setting of the series was two years after the last episode of Batman, and to give it the whole time-jump feeling, many things in Gotham had changed. In the two years, Dick Grayson had retired from being Robin, and he traveled the world (like Batman) and returned to Gotham as Nightwing. Barbara Gordon became a full member of Batman's team as she became his main partner. Then, a new Robin, Tim Drake came into the gang and they became the knights of Gotham.


Batman: The Animated SeriesBatman: The Animated Series
FOX, 1992 | Family, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

Batman: the Animated Series was an animated series that premiered on September 5, 1992. The series was based on the popular Batman comics created by Bob Kane. The series focused on the adventures of Batman a dark vigilante hero who defends Gotham City from a variety of costumed villains


Clue Club (1976)Clue Club (1976)

Clue Club was a cartoon about four precocious young investigators (Dotty, Larry, D.D. and Pepper) who solved crimes with the help of two bloodhounds, Woofer and Whimper. Dotty, the brains of the team, would stay at home and analyze any clues that the gang found. The older dog, Woofer, thought he was a very good detective so he would always take the credit for solving the case. The laughs in the show were provided by Woofer and Whimper, due to their fear of the spooky places the gang went. The show only had one year of first run episodes, after which it aired in repeats on The Skatebirds under the new title Woofer and Whimper, Dog Detectives. These repeats were severely edited, which made the show particularly hard to follow. After a year on The Skatebirds, CBS reinstated the full episodes and re-ran them on Sundays under the original title. The show ran for another four months, cancelled in January of 1979.


The Adventures of Superboy (CBS)The Adventures of Superboy (CBS)

"The Adventures of Superboy" is a series of six-minute animated Superboy cartoons produced by Filmation that were broadcast on CBS between 1966 and 1969. The 34 segments appeared as part of three different programs during that time, packaged with similar shorts featuring The New Adventures of Superman other DC Comics superheroes. These adventures marked the animation debut of Superboy, as well as his teenage alter ego Clark Kent, who acted as the bespectacled, mild-mannered disguise for the young hero, Lana Lang, and Krypto the super-powered dog who would accompany his master on every dangerous mission. Other characters such as Pa and Ma Kent, foster parents of the Boy of Steel, and the town of Smallville were also faithfully recreated from comic book adventures. As a result of the production's budget, the show featured a great amount of stock animation as well as limited movement from the characters. Each episode featured the Boy of Steel ducking out of high school and racing into action to battle a wide array of adversaries, from dognappers in "Krypto, K-9 Detective," androids run amok in "The Revolt of Robotville," and alien menaces in "The Spy from Outer Space," to another young hero with similar powers in "Superboy Meets Mighty Lad," and a slew of otherworldly monsters ("The Deep Sea Dragon," "Visitor from the Earth's Core"). He even wound up being captured and successfully having to fight a gang of small-time crooks-all while in his disguise as Clark Kent-in "The Gorilla Gang." Most of the stories were written by DC writers such as Bob Haney and George Kashdan, while character designs were based closely upon the Superboy comic books of the time.


McHale's NavyMcHale's Navy
ABC, 1962 | Comedy, Military/War
Rating: 4/5

The show follows Quinton McHale, the Lieutenant Commander of the U.S. Navy Reserve as he journeys through the Pacific during World War II on Torpedo Patrol Boat #73 and the zany crew that mans it. The crew includes Ensign Charles Parker, Lester Gruber, and Joseph "Happy" Haines, each having their own quirks but all meaning well. McHale is overseen by Base Commander Captain Wallace B. Binghamton who sees McHale and his men as a constant problem, often hearing of the oddball situations in which the men of the PT73 find themselves.