The animals from Nightwing's old circus are now inexplicably committing crimes.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Robin / Tim Drake (voice)
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Miranda Kane (voice)
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Strongman (Bruno) / Knife-Thrower (Pete) (voice)
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Knife-Thrower's Wife (Connie) / Obese Woman (voice)
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The animals from Nightwing's old circus are now inexplicably committing crimes.

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26 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Bullock refers to the clown in this episode as "Clarabell," an allusion to the clown on 'The Howdy Doody Show.' Clarabell never spoke on the show until the very end of the very last episode when he said, simply, "goodbye, kids." See more »

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Batman: You all right?
Nightwing: Yeah, what's a couple of ribs?
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References The Yogi Bear Show (1961) See more »

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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Back to the past
18 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A good trip back to "Robin's Reckoning", only this is one part and doesn't have a bland climax. Interesting for Tetch to be the villain in this, I figured it'd be Penguin because it involved animals. You know what's funny, Tetch taking control of animals in this basically makes Farmer Brown useless. Sure there might be some slight differences, but I'd say at the end of the day, their plans are identical. The most important difference is that this episode's more enjoyable. Time to talk about Hatter's design. I like his look in this, I didn't mind him being tall in the last series, but I'm glad they decided to go back to him being short. Other than that, his personality is the same as the last show. An entertaining episode that has a good concept, even though it's never explained what Hatter's overall plan is.


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