Batman: The Animated Series: Season 3, Episode 4

Baby-Doll (1 Oct. 1994)

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A washed-up actress with a bizarre condition that makes her look permanently like a child seeks revenge against her canceled show's cast and crew.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Mari Devon ...
Summer Gleeson (voice)
Miriam (voice)
Tod Baker (voice)
Brian Daly (voice)
Judy Strangis ...
Tammy Vance (voice)


A washed-up actress with a bizarre condition that makes her look permanently like a child seeks revenge against her canceled show's cast and crew.

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The character of Cousin Spunky Spencer is an obvious reference to Cousin Oliver, played by Robbie Rist, a character introduced in The Brady Bunch's last season and credited with ending the show. Whilst sharing a similar appearance to Oliver, Spunky is also a musician, just like Robbie Rist. Although Jason Marsden voices Spunky, Robbie Rist voices the character of Brian Daly, an actor who played Dahl's older brother in the show 'Love That Doll'. See more »


Batman flips Miriam through a wall, creating a huge hole, but when he looks through the hole, it is suddenly much smaller. See more »


Baby Doll: [after her TV brother is rendered unconscious by her bodyguard] Sorry I had to play roughs, Tippy. I didn't mean to.
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Referenced in The New Batman Adventures: Love Is a Croc (1998) See more »


The Adventures of Batman & Robin Theme
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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One of the Greatest Cartoons Ever Made.. Period
1 September 2013 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Animation has changed so much in the last few years, it is hard to even define the borders that distinguish it from live action today. Yes, there was a "dead zone" from the 60s to the 90s, when quality actually declined because no one wanted to spend the bucks for hand-drawn cells, and computers had not yet come along to fill the gap. And now we are back in a Golden Age of sorts, where, astonishingly, some of the product coming out of the US is as good as the stuff from Japan. Or better. Against this backdrop we have the Baby Doll episode from the Emmy winning multi-year series. While just a tad more satirical then the usual episodes (which are almost all GREAT) an astonishing script and an UNFORGETTABLE ending take this single episode to the status of legend.

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