Arnold Wesker, The Ventriloquist, is released from Arkham Asylum, deemed a healthy man - only to discover that his alternate personality Scarface may still be struggling to return.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
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Mel Winkler ...
Lucius Fox (voice)
Suzanne Stone ...
Dr. Joan Leland (voice)
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Mugsy (voice)
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Rhino (voice)
Patty Maloney ...
Mrs. Segar (voice)
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Hips McManus (voice)
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Arnold Wesker, The Ventriloquist, is released from Arkham Asylum, deemed a healthy man - only to discover that his alternate personality Scarface may still be struggling to return.

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22 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Clark Kent and Lois Lane can be seen in the background at the park in the scene after the ventriloquist goes up the stairs from the subway into the park. See more »

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Arnold Wesker: -And Mr. Wayne even gave me my job back.
Mrs. Segar: I'm so glad, Arnie. Maybe now that you're back, you won't be such a stranger this time. Use the rec room. Sometimes it helps to be around others.
Arnold Wesker: I will. But for right now, I'm just looking forward to being by myself.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Who's in control?
15 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another great episode with Wesker, when his episodes are written well, it shows. Much like with "Read My Lips", you get a full picture of just how unstable Wester's mind is. He wants to change, but only half of him really wants to. The other half is still there, waiting for the time to strike. Once again, you feel sorry for Wesker, you can understand the dilemma he faces on a daily basis. The character designs for Wesker and Scarface aren't all that different from "Batman: The Animated Series". Wesker's been given a longer head but still has that meek, timid personality that makes you sympathize with him. Scarface looks more like a gangster, with a suit that looks like it's from the 1920s. I like it better than how he looked in the previous series.


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