A disfigured actor is forced to frame Bruce Wayne.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Roland Daggett (voice) (as Ed Asner)
Mari Devon ...
Summer Gleeson / Dispatcher (voice)
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Lucius Fox (voice)
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Germs / Stagehand (voice)
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Clayface / Matt Hagen (voice)
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Teddy Lupus / Cop (voice)
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Raymond Bell (voice)
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A disfigured actor is forced to frame Bruce Wayne.

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8 September 1992 (USA)  »

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The Clayface of the show is combination of the first two Clayfaces in that he (like the original Clayface) was an out-of-work actor looking for revenge, and (like the second) he was named Matt Hagen. See more »

Goofs

Germs, one of Roland Daggett's lackeys, is always very careful to grab door handles with a cloth, to ensure he doesn't leave fingerprints. But after he, Bell, and Daggett walk down the hall, past the vats of the face cream, Germs pushes a door open with the cloth, then holds it open with his bare, uncovered hand- he would leave a heat hand print. See more »

Quotes

Teddy Lupus: You can't go on like this, Matt. You hurt all the time now.
Matt Hagen: You're just my stand in, Lupus. Nobody promoted you to nursemaid.
Teddy Lupus: That stuff makes your face like putty, Matt. It can't be good for you.
Matt Hagen: It probably ain't good for me, but unless I only want to do horror pictures, it ain't bad for me either.
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Feat of misfortune
27 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Feat of Clay' is a great example of a Batman villain born out of some unfortunate soul's personal demons. Here, it's an actor relying on cosmetics to cover up his physical disfigurement. That alone is kinda sad, but with Roland Daggett as the snake who's lording that miracle cream over him, it's downright miserable. What's kinda funny about this is that there's almost always a tailored gangster or corporate sleaze behind these tragic villainous turns - Daggett, Thorne, Boyle - nothing too deep there, just an observation, I guess.

Rob Perlman makes for a great Clayface and his descent is one of the more horrifying. Now that I think about it, this is a rather theatrical episode.

7/10


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