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Christmas with the Joker 

On Christmas Eve, Joker broadcasts a pirate Christmas special on television. Batman and Robin have until midnight to fight their way past Joker's traps hidden all over town and rescue ... See full summary »

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Batman / Bruce Wayne / Donner (voice)
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Detective Harvey Bullock / Blitzen (voice)
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The Joker (voice)
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Summer Gleeson / Woman (voice)
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On Christmas Eve, Joker broadcasts a pirate Christmas special on television. Batman and Robin have until midnight to fight their way past Joker's traps hidden all over town and rescue Commissioner Gordon, Harvey Bullock, and Summer Gleeson. Written by crouchbk

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(85 episodes)

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Trivia

The Giant Tin Soldier and Joker Statues are used in The Adventures of Batman & Robin (1994) in the first stage "Amused to Death". See more »

Goofs

When Batman and Robin enter Joker's lair, Batman pulls his cape together. Yet the cape's shadow does the exact opposite, it expands. See more »

Quotes

Bruce Wayne: [to Robin] We have to find Joker.
The Joker: [popping out from behind a curtain] I'll save you the trouble.
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Connections

References A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) See more »

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Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
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Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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The inauspicious debut of Batman's greatest villain
21 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Christmas with the Joker' was never one of my favorite episodes; I mean, I'll watch any of 'em, but every show's got its share of clunkers. For the most part, the animation's iffy and a lot of it plays like filler; the train rescue is more distraction than anything else. And the mentions of "It's a Wonderful Life" feel forced.

But like I said, every episode maintains a degree of watchability, and it 's thanks here to Mark Hamill. He's why the Joker's always entertaining, even when the episode's fairly lackluster. I remember giving an audible groan whenever this one would rerun, and I thought for sure this would be at the bottom of the barrel when revisiting it as an adult. But I don't dislike it as much as I used to. It's not bad, but there are much better Joker stories.

6/10


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