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"Batman: The Animated Series" Baby-Doll (1994)

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Batman: The Animated Series: Season 3: Episode 4 -- Baby-Doll, a former child star, pours out her frustrations on her TV family by kidnapping them and holding them hostage.


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Original Air Date:
1 October 1994 (Season 3, Episode 4)
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. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Dan Riba 
Writing credits
Paul Dini (written by)

Bob Kane (Batman created by)

Howard Chaykin  character: Detective Harvey Bullock (uncredited)
Bill Finger  characters: Bruce Wayne/Batman, Dick Grayson/Robin, Alfred Pennyworth & Commissioner James Gordon (uncredited)
Archie Goodwin  character: Detective Harvey Bullock (uncredited)
Eddie Gorodetsky  character: Summer Gleeson (uncredited)
Bob Kane  characters: Bruce Wayne/Batman, Dick Grayson/Robin, Alfred Pennyworth & Commissioner James Gordon (uncredited)
Jean MacCurdy  series created by (uncredited)
Eric Radomski  series developed by (uncredited)
Jerry Robinson  characters: Richard "Dick" John Grayson/Robin & Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth (uncredited)
Tom Ruegger  series created by (uncredited)
Bruce Timm  series developed by (uncredited)

Produced by
Alan Burnett .... producer
Paul Dini .... producer
Jean MacCurdy .... executive producer
Eric Radomski .... producer
Tom Ruegger .... executive producer
Bruce Timm .... producer (as Bruce W. Timm)
Original Music by
Shirley Walker 
Film Editing by
Joe Gall 
Theresa Gilroy-Nielsen 
Casting by
Andrea Romano 
Production Management
Haven Alexander .... production manager
Barbara Simon Dierks .... production executive
Ken Duer .... production executive
Joey Franks .... production supervisor
Joe Sandusky .... post-production supervisor
Tim Sarnoff .... executive in charge of production
Liza-Ann Warren .... production executive
Art Department
Brian Chin .... storyboard artist (as Brian Burr Chin)
Ronnie Del Carmen .... storyboard artist
Jonathan Fisher .... vehicle and prop designer
Butch Lukic .... storyboard artist
Thomas A. Nelson .... character art
Thomas A. Nelson .... vehicle and prop designer
Shayne Poindexter .... vehicle and prop designer
Sound Department
Harry Andronis .... sound re-recording engineer
Russell Brower .... sound effects editor
Russell Brower .... sound re-recording mixer
Bradley Carow .... sound reader
Gabe Chiesa .... second sound re-recording engineer
Mike Dickeson .... foley artist
Kelly Ann Foley .... adr coordinator
Robert Hargreaves .... sound editor
John Hegedes .... adr editor
Mark Keatts .... dialogue adr editor
Bob Lacivita .... foley mixer
Tom Maydeck .... re-recording mixer
Tom Maydeck .... sound editor
Steve Siracusa .... sound reader
Denise Whitfield .... sound reader
Visual Effects by
Alan G. Brown .... digital production
Animation Department
Jan Browning .... animation checker
Brenda Brummet .... animation checker
Steve Butz .... background painter
Chen-Yi Chang .... character designer
Russell G. Chong .... background painter
Jennifer Damiani .... animation checker
Michael Diederich .... character designer
Bunty Dranko .... animation checker
Geno DuBois .... model mark-up (as Jean DuBois)
Karl Jacobs .... animation checker
Robin D. Kane .... ink and paint artist (as Robin Kane)
David S. Karoll .... background designer (as David Karoll)
Lisa Leonardi-Knight .... model mark-up (as Lisa Leonardi)
Eric Mahady .... sub main title art
Rae McCarson .... background designer
Felipe Morell .... background supervisor
Bunny Munns .... ink and paint supervisor
Glen Murakami .... character designer
Eric Nordberg .... ink and paint artist
Charles Pickens .... background painter
Howard Schwartz .... animation checker
Dexter Smith .... character designer
Bruce Timm .... character designer (as Bruce W. Timm)
James T. Walker .... timing director
Valerie Walker .... model mark-up
Keith Weesner .... background designer
Todd Winter .... background designer
Editorial Department
Al Breitenbach .... supervising editor
Kathryn Gilmore .... color key
Pamela Long .... color key
Mary Nelson-Duerrstein .... negative cutter
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
Stanley B. Gill .... music recordist
Daryl B. Kell .... music editor
Shirley Walker .... composer: theme music
Patti Zimmitti .... orchestra manager
Other crew
Carlton Batten .... copying & shipping
Alyson Brown .... production administrator
Geno DuBois .... staff assistant
Ana Durand .... copying & shipping
Dustin Foster .... staff assistant
Erin Keeler Hufford .... voice-over assistant (as Erin Keeler)
Steve Kindernay .... production assistant
Leslie Lamers .... recording administrator
Andrea Romano .... voice director
Virginia Roth .... staff assistant
Jay Weinman .... videotape supervision
Scott Williams .... videotape supervision

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Additional Details

30 min | 22 min (85 episodes)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Baby Doll's two thugs are drawn to resemble Gilligan and the Skipper from "Gilligan's Island" (1964)See more »
Continuity: When Miriam appears and attacks Batman, Tammy Vance is tied up, even though Robin untied her seconds earlier.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.See more »
Movie Connections:
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
One of the Greatest Cartoons Ever Made.. Period, 1 September 2013
Author: A_Different_Drummer from North America

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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