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) (as Dick Gautier)
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Raymond Bell (voice)
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A disfigured actor is forced to frame Bruce Wayne.

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The look of The Imperial Pictures lot was designed after the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank, California. See more »

Quotes

Alfred Pennyworth: Master Bruce, what am I to do about the police? They shall be back, you know. I can't keep telling them you're out.
Batman: Police? What police? What are you talking about?
Alfred Pennyworth: I suggest you consult the morning paper, sir.
Batman: [Batman picks up the newspaper] "Bruce Wayne sought for questioning in attempt on executive's life"? But that's impossible!
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Composed by Danny Elfman
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The Bat-a-thon continues
25 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well after watching two phenomenal animated Batman movies, it's time to get back to the show. Now, here's a two part story I really love, mostly for two reasons. One, I've always loved Clayface as a villain and I'm glad he got his own origin story in the show. And two, unlike "The Cat and the Claw", this actually makes sense as a two part story. The cliffhanger's good, the writing is once again dark and the episode covers subjects like addiction and corporate espionage. It's cool that Ron Perlman provided the voice for Hagan, he really gets the unstable personality across with his voice. The only real problem I had with the episode was when Bell was getting chased by Batman in the Gotham Tunnel. For some reason, there was no music, but it felt like there was supposed to be. I thought my audio had cut-off for a few seconds before I realized that's how the scene was supposed to play out. But I guess you could call that "nitpicking".

Bottom line, the episode is a great set-up to an even better finale.


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