Batman intervenes in a gang war and tries to convince the older of two rival bosses to change his ways.

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Batman (voice)
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Bullock (voice)
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Gordon (voice) (as Bob Hastings)
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Chick (voice)
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Father Michael (voice)
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Gabe (voice)
Linda Gary ...
Constance Blaine (voice)
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Connie (voice)
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Mason (voice)
Alan Roberts ...
Young Arnie (voice)
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Stromwell (voice)
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Thorne (voice)
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Michael (voice) (as Josh Wiener)
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Batman intervenes in a gang war and tries to convince the older of two rival bosses to change his ways.

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The relationship between Arnold Stromwell and his brother Father Michael Stromwell bears resemblance to Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), which revolves around a gangster and a priest who were best friends in childhood find themselves on opposite sides as adults. See more »

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Gordon's title is misspelled "Commisioner" in the opening news report. See more »

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Batman: [to Stromwell] All your power and money has bought you an empire of misery.
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An Old-Time Crime Story
4 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rupert Thorne and Arnold Stromwell continue their "mob wars" for control of Gotham's underworld. Does that sound like "mob" names to you? How ridiculously PC is this with these Anglicized names, instead of the ethnic names of mob bosses that are in real life. Oh, well, that's timid the timid world of entertainment. Commissioner Gordon calls it struggle between youth and old age with Stromwell about to be pushed out. "We'll see about that," says Stromwell, to his TV set as he hears Gordon

Actually, Stromwell wants to end the wars, especially since his young son is missing, but Thorne is brutal and stays brutal throughout this old-fashioned crime story. It kind of reminded me a bit of old gangster movies like "Angels With Dirty Faces." Hollywood liked the kind of story angle that you see in this episode: you know, the kind where two old pals who grew up together wound up on the opposite sides of the law.

I continue to be amazed at the color in here and the fabulous artwork. It's simply amazing. Sometimes, as in this episode, it's the best part of the show.


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