Disgraced fanatical warder of Arkham Asylum sets himself as a vigilante jailer.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Commissioner James Gordon (voice) (as Bob Hastings)
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Dr. Bartholomew (voice)
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Lock-Up / Lyle Bolton (voice)
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Disgraced fanatical warder of Arkham Asylum sets himself as a vigilante jailer.

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19 November 1994 (USA)  »

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When Batman and Robin discover Lyle Bolton(Lock Up) was security chief aboard a prison ship Robin says "Well blow me down" a phrase made famous by cartoon characer Popeye the Sailior! See more »

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Lyle Bolton: Before I came here, Arkham was a revolving door for every maniac in Gotham. I kept them in. Me! Now I realize I was wrong to punish those pathetic miscreants! They're only SYMPTOMS! You're the cause: The gutless police, mindless bureaucrats, and coddling doctors! YOU SHOULD ALL BE LOCKED UP IN A CAGE WITHOUT A KEY!
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The Adventures of Batman & Robin Theme
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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"Just what this city needs, another psycho in a Halloween costume."
20 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A deranged prison warden, a snarky Boy Wonder and Paul Dini's humor - 'Lock-Up' was a better episode than I'd remembered from seeing it twenty-odd years ago, and it's a good character study for Batman on his own vigilantism. "Where is the line drawn?" is always a pertinent question when it comes to cape and cowl work.

For such a one-off villain, they sure did make Lock-Up memorable. It's hard not to think of Bane when batman's facing his over-muscled opponent (as well as the third act taking place on a ship) but this is one fight that's actually pretty good. Plus, there's a brawl stop a sinking freighter. It's not a bad fight scene. Throw in some very nice animation, and it' a winner.

7/10


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