Batman Beyond (1999–2001)
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Rebirth: Part 1 

Fifty years into the future, a young Terry McGinnis meets the aged and reclusive Bruce Wayne even as the boy's father discovers a foul secret of his corrupt employer that leads to his death.

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Terry McGinnis / Weasel (voice)
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Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
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Mary McGinnis (voice)
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Warren McGinnis (voice)
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Derek Powers (voice)
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Mr. Fixx (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue ...
Matt McGinnis (voice)
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Dana Tan / Kim - Virtual Newswoman / Dottie (voice)
Yvette Lowenthal ...
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Nelson Nash (voice)
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Harry Tully (voice)
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Anchor Woman / Passenger (voice)
Jack Roth ...
Tom - Virtual Newsman (voice)
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Coach (voice)
Marc Worden ...
Scab - Joker on Monorail (voice)
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Fifty years into the future, a young Terry McGinnis meets the aged and reclusive Bruce Wayne even as the boy's father discovers a foul secret of his corrupt employer that leads to his death.

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10 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Alan Burnett came up with the idea to start the episode off with Bruce Wayne's last night out as Batman. See more »

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Referenced in Batman Beyond: Babel (2000) See more »

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Batman Beyond (Main Title)
Composed by Kristopher Carter
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A good start for the future
9 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Now that I'm done with "Dragon Ball", it's time to take a look at another show from my childhood. I mostly remember the first couple of episodes from this show as well as "Return of the Joker", but I'm always up for a little more Batman. And with "Batman and Harley Quinn" coming out in a couple of weeks, this should get me in the right mood for it. "Rebirth: Part 1" does a good job of introducing new characters, as well as showing how Bruce has changed in the last 20 years. I remember bits and pieces of Part 2, but most importantly, I'm back in the saddle. Expect these reviews to be like my other Batman show reviews. I'll write reviews for two part episodes, some bad episodes, ones that get 10 Stars, and ones that introduce significant villains. I get the feeling this is gonna be fun.


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