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Two-Face Part II 

Two-Face begins robbing Rupert Thorne's business in revenge while both the gangster and Batman hunt the dichotomous supervillain for their own reasons.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Commissioner James Gordon (voice) (as Bob Hastings)
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Grace Lamont (voice)
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Doobie (voice) (as Bob DoQui)
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Min / Max (voice)
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Frankie (voice)
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Candace (voice)
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Two-Face begins robbing Rupert Thorne's business in revenge while both the gangster and Batman hunt the dichotomous supervillain for their own reasons.

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revenge | luck | hope | pity | weakness | See All (33) »


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28 September 1992 (USA)  »

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When Two-Face opens his wallet to give Min and Max their cut of the money stolen from the bookies the number 666 is visible on his credit card in his wallet. See more »

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Batman: So, what are you dreaming tonight, Harvey? Peaceful dreams? Nightmares? Maybe both at once. Sleep well, my friend. Where ever you are, whatever you've become, I will save you. I swear.
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Featured in Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Batman: TAS Episodes (2011) See more »

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Composed by Danny Elfman
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Lasting repercussions
27 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

'Part II' goes in an interesting direction. It's not completely about Two-Face's reign after taking over Harvey Dent, but also Batman's inner turmoil over the whole thing. He acts as a man complicit in Dent's ruination, even wracked with guilt over it.

And in the end, after foiling Two-Face (mildly, at that)he's hopeful that a recovery is possible. This is as much about Bruce Wayne as it is about the former District Attorney, and Bruce's undying concern is what I've always liked about Two-Face episodes. This is a worthy second half.

7/10


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