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"Batman: The Animated Series" Robin's Reckoning: Part I (TV Episode 1993) Poster

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Bruce W. Timm often said that the scene where Dick says goodbye to his circus friends before leaving for Wayne Manor has made him cry several times.
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The first portrayal of Robin's origin outside of the comic book series.
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Tony Zucco's uncle Arnold "Arnie" Stromwell, shown here as a young man, is also the focus of the episode Batman: The Animated Series: It's Never Too Late (1992).
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Batman's costume in the flashback sequence was a cross between the original Bob Kane design and the Batman: Year One design.
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In a flashback, Jim Gordon appears as a detective with red hair, a reference to Gordon's appearance in Batman: Year One (2011).
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References Detective Comics issue 38.
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Laren Bright and Alan Burnett were the story editors of "Robin's Reckoning Part 1 and 2". Although Laren Bright is uncredited for both "Part 1" and "Part 2" as a writer, still he wrote some of the major scenes for these episodes. For Example, Laren Bright wrote the scene where Robin has Zucco against the pier railing and is ready to kill him and Batman steps in and talks him down from his rage.
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Dick's design while in his circus costume is similar to that of the Golden-Age circus performer Dick Grayson and Astro Boy, particularly his white-pupiled eyes.
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It won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less).
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