While in disguise investigating the disappearance of homeless people, Batman is attacked and abducted to a slave camp with his memory lost.

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Lorin Dreyfuss ...
Salvo Smith (voice)
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Dan Riley (voice)
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Boss Biggis (voice)
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Ivan (voice)
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Bat Computer (voice)
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While in disguise investigating the disappearance of homeless people, Batman is attacked and abducted to a slave camp with his memory lost.

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8 October 1992 (USA)  »

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(85 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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When the Underminer falls in the the water and is believed to be dead, the splash in the water briefly turns into a smiley face. See more »

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Boss Biggis: If I get my hands on that scumbag, I'll eat him alive!
Guard #1: [running inside] A bat, a giant bat! Horrible!
Boss Biggis: What are you babbling about? What bat?
Batman: [entering with two knocked out henchmen] Right here.
Guard #1: There it is!
Boss Biggis: Batman!
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The New Batman-Superman Adventures - Theme from the Animated Series
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Written by Shirley Walker
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Who is Bruce Wayne?
26 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent episode, because of many reasons. Sean Catherine Derek, Jules Dennis, and Richard Mueller did a great job writing the script. Alfred finds out Bruce Wayne is missing. When Alfred smells danger, he uses his own method of finding Bruce Wayne. Its a simple way of showing how faithful Alfred is.

In this episode, we see that Bruce Wayne has amnesia. We see him working hard with others. He doesn't know who he is, because of his amnesia. But when he realizes who he is ("My family" flashback), he becomes far more stronger than other human beings. The script brilliantly shows what makes Bruce Wayne "Batman" and how he is different from other human beings. The flashback sequence is handled brilliantly by the writers.

Another good point is there are no major villains like Joker or Riddler or Mad Hatter in this episode. And this helps to focus more on the character of Bruce Wayne.


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