Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
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In a flashback, Batgirl questions two hookers about Robin's whereabouts after his disappearance

Also, a man enters a room in his private yacht with what the viewer (and himself) believed to be his girlfriend before realizing that it was actually one of the Dee-Dee twins. The exact nature of the scene is slightly suggestive in nature.


There are punches, kicks, use of weapons, some scene of blood, bites and electrocution, and a scene where the Joker stabs Batman's leg with a knife.

A henchman is shot in the chest and killed.

Robin shoots the Joker in the chest and kills him. In the edited version, Robin shoved Joker to a water place with wires.

In a lengthy flashback sequence, Tim Drake is captured and tortured by the Joker, and even turned into a miniature Joker. The whole flashback is VERY disturbing.

Someone falls off a "cliff" of sorts and into the black abyss.

A satellite with a high-powered laser-beam is used to obliterate a yacht. It's an attempted murder, but the target escapes.

The same satellite chases Batman through the city, obliterating entire buildings and freeways full of cars with a laser beam. The chase sequences lasts for about three or four minutes. Sometimes people are seen running away from the energy beam as it tears through the city.

Batman and The Joker fist-fight for a few scenes, Ace the Dog attacks The Joker and Batman electrocutes The Joker in the neck.


Are used words as stupid, idiot and religious exclamations (my god), but briefly.


Very brief alcohol consumption at a club.


The Joker's appearances and actions may scare some viewers.

We see scenes of Robin being tortured

Robin's demeanor after being brainwashed and "converted" into Joker, Jr. by the Joker is disturbing.

Seeing someone go mad and turn into someone else is kind of "frightening."


Rated PG-13 for violence (director's cut)
Australia:PG / Brazil:Livre / Canada:PG (British Columbia/Alberta/Ontario) / Canada:G (Quebec) (film #160334) / Germany:12 / Mexico:A (director's cut) / Russia:12+ / Singapore:PG / Sweden:7 / UK:12 / USA:PG-13 (certificate #38710) (director's cut) / USA:Not Rated (edited version)

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