The Scarecrow threatens to unleash a powerful new toxin on Gotham City that removes all fear, leaving its victims unafraid of deadly danger. Complications arise when Batman is exposed to the gas.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Mathew Valencia ...
Robin / Tim Drake (voice)
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Guru / Fearless Man (voice)
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Seymour Grey / Man (voice)
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Mother / Sarah / Child (voice) (as Pamela Segall)
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The Scarecrow threatens to unleash a powerful new toxin on Gotham City that removes all fear, leaving its victims unafraid of deadly danger. Complications arise when Batman is exposed to the gas.

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1 October 1997 (USA)  »

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When Robin jumps off the runaway subway trains, he rolls towards the back of the train as he lands. With the train going forward (fast), his direction would be towards the front of the train. See more »

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Batman: Where's the gas?
Guru: Go ahead. Throw me in jail. It won't do you any good.
Batman: Who said anything about jail?
[Batman throws the Guru out the window, rope tied around his legs, leaving his dangling outside the building]
Robin: Batman!
Batman: Quiet.
Guru: [Whimperng] Help!
Batman: You didn't answer my question.
Guru: I-I can't! He'll kill me!
Batman: Death is death. Does it matter who administers it?
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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There's nothing to be afraid of
16 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Talk about a character redesign. Holy cow, Scarecrow is terrifying in this! It's not gonna give me nightmares, but if I were a kid and saw this, it probably would. I love the story of this episode, it's a good change-up, instead of inducing fear, Crane's plan is to take it away. It's a good message that sometimes fear is a good thing, and Bruce getting hit with it drives that fact home. If I'm correct, wasn't Batman like super cruel in Frank Miller's "All Star Batman & Robin", this is probably the closest you could get to that on this show. And yes, I know this came out almost 10 years before Frank Miller wrote those stories, but you get the idea. It's a great way of showcasing how dangerous Bruce would be if he didn't have rules, if he didn't have mercy. Drake handles himself pretty well, sure he gets kidnapped, but that fact that he's still new to the whole sidekick thing and manages to restrain Batman, track down Crane, and give Batman the antidote all by himself, shows that he's already learned a lot.


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