While the Dynamic Duo race to stop Ra's Al Ghul from performing a kidnapping, the wild west story of how one of his sons was opposed by the disfigured bounty hunter, Jonah Hex, is told.

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Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
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Dick Grayson / Robin (voice)
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Territorial Governor (voice) (as Senator Patrick Leahy)
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Arcady Duvall (voice) (as Malcolm Mc Dowell)
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Ra's al Ghul (voice)
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Jonah Hex (voice) (as William Mc Kinney)
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While the Dynamic Duo race to stop Ra's Al Ghul from performing a kidnapping, the wild west story of how one of his sons was opposed by the disfigured bounty hunter, Jonah Hex, is told.

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This was the first on screen appearance of the DC Comics western character, Jonah Hex. See more »

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Arkady Duvall: You're either a liar or a fool.
Jonah Hex: I've been known to be foolish, but ain't nobody calls me a liar and goes to bed happy.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Hex gets his due
4 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a teenager, 'Showdown' served as my intro to Jonah Hex, the infamously scarred bounty hunter of the DC universe. And back then, an old west episode felt odd, but it all gels quite nicely. The story's told in flashback, it's got that great pulp Western vibe, and (here's the key) it's a brilliant use of the Ra's al Ghul legend to tie us back into the days of the frontier. There's plenty of action, explosions and a believable set piece onboard a hydrogen airship. Care has been taken with this story, and it shows.

And as an adult, I get a kick out of seeing David Warner and Malcolm McDowell reunited ("Time After Time").

This one's a winner.

8/10


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