Comedian Jeff Dunham's Batmobile Used in Tim Burton's Batman Returns
A Guinness World Record holder for the "most tickets sold for a stand-up show", Jeff Dunham is a globally-famous comedian and ventriloquist.
He has built his special place in the comedy world, especially with his legendary puppet character Achmed the Dead Terrorist. Most of us know him with his comedian side, but there's something another about him: he owns a Batmobile that was used in Tim Burton's Batman Returns. "I bought a Keaton Batmobile in 2011. It's a movie prop; it was used as the stand-in car in the filming of the 1992 Warner Bros. movie Batman Returns, starring Michael Keaton. I put a Corvette engine in it and re-engineered things so it's drivable and safe. It has blinkers, taillights, and five cameras in it so you can see everything around you. With all the upgrades, I easily spent a half-million dollars on it" he says about his precious Batmobile as Wall Street Journal reports.
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