Arnold Wesker is a ventriloquist who controls Scarface, a very bossy puppet with a dominant personality. Together, Wesker and Scarface knock over banks. Wesker wants to retire and live on a... See full summary »

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Arnold Wesker is a ventriloquist who controls Scarface, a very bossy puppet with a dominant personality. Together, Wesker and Scarface knock over banks. Wesker wants to retire and live on a ranch, perhaps in Montana or Texas, but Scarface plans to complete one final job. Scarface, along with two thug sidekicks, plans on stealing a large amount of gold from Gotham Bank. Batman tries to stop the crime in progress. Meanwhile, Alfred has been using Internet dating websites to try to find a date for the reluctant hunk Bruce Wayne. Written by Ken Miller <wkmiller704@yahoo.com>

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27 November 2004 (USA)  »

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The character of Scarface was originally based on Al Capone, who was given the nickname "Scarface". This was also the inspiration for the 1932 and 1983 movies of the same name. While the version of Scarface in "Batman: The Animated Series" copied the 1920s pinstripe suit, cigar, and Tommy gun look of Al Capone, the Scarface of "The Batman" wears clothing that pays tribute to Al Pacino's look in Scarface (1983). His line "Say hello to my little friend" is also a reference to this. See more »

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Another winner
23 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So is it just impossible for Wesker and Scarface to have a bad episode? Every episode he's been in that I've seen has gotten 10 stars, "Read My Lips", "Double Talk", and now "The Big Dummy". Sure, he might've been in "Catwalk", but that episode was terrible mostly due to Catwoman, so I don't count that as a Scarface episode. There's just something about Wesker's personality that makes all of his episodes shine, and this series got it right just like the others. The design of Wesker looks more like it did in "Batman: The Animated Series", which is fine because I preferred that look. Scarface on the other hand, looks more like Tony Montana from Brian De Palma's "Scarface" which is also good. Another great episode that shows how unstable Wesker is, and how terrifying Scarface can be.


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