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The Golums, also known as the Golum Gang, are minor antagonists of Batman & Robin. They were a gang of criminals living in Gotham City.
They resided in an abandoned building called Turkish Baths. The Golums were drinking and laughing when their lair was broken into by Bane and Poison Ivy when they discovered it. The Golums took out their weapons (which were neon chains) and started spinning them.
The Golum leader took notice of Ivy, and said hello while calling her his “little pretty, pretty, pretty,” to which she replied “Hello yourself” with an amused smile (of sorts).
When he added that she looked good enough to eat, Ivy, sensing a challenge coming from him, said “That I am” (as her way of agreeing with him). With that, she set down a challenge of her own, telling the leader “Come and get me — if you can” before activating Bane's pump.
The Golum Leader then said “With pleasure” before clapping his hands. The Golums then started their attack by spinning their chains and wrapping Bane's arms with them, causing him to growl, while Ivy giggled.
Bane then stomped his foot on a wooden plank that all the Golums and leader were standing on, and all of them flew across the room and landed on the exit steps.
Bane turned his head, growling, but the leader and Golums abandoned the fight and fortress and ran away.
Poison Ivy then redecorated, turning Turkish Baths into her garden lair.
Golum Gang Leader
The Golums’ look is similar to the Neon Gang as seen in Batman Forever
Golum may be a play on either, or both, "Gollum" of the J.R.R. Tolkien series, and "Golem", a giant clay monster of Jewish folklore.
The Golum gang leader doesn’t seem to be the similarly attired gang leader from Batman Forever.
This gang's leader was portrayed by Doug Hutchison, whose notable performance was as Percy in The Green Mile.