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"Justice League" Double Date (2005)

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Justice League: Season 4: Episode 6 -- Green Arrow and Black Canary race to stop The Question and Huntress from killing organized crime lord Tobias Whale.


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Gail Simone (writer)
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Original Air Date:
4 June 2005 (Season 4, Episode 6)
Seeking to avenge the death of her parents, the Huntress enlists the help of the Question in tracking down Steven Mandragora, a mobster in protective custody -- and being guarded by the Green Arrow and Black Canary. | Add synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Joaquim Dos Santos 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gail Simone  writer

Produced by
Dwayne McDuffie .... producer
James Tucker .... producer
Original Music by
Michael McCuistion 
Film Editing by
Joe Gall 
Casting by
Andrea Romano 
Art Department
Ron Catiggay .... background key designer
James Tucker .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
George Brooks .... sound effects editor
Robert Hargreaves .... sound effects editor
Robert Hargreaves .... sound re-recording mixer
Morten Folmer Nielsen .... adr editor
Morten Folmer Nielsen .... adr recordist
Animation Department
Justin Schultz .... animatic
Kirk Tingblad .... animation director
James Tucker .... character designer
Glenn Wai Lim Wong .... character designer
Editorial Department
Myra Owyang .... assistant editor
Music Department
Mark Mattson .... music mixer
Michael McCuistion .... composer: main title theme
Michael McCuistion .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Andrea Romano .... voice director

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ernie Altbacker 
Otto Binder  creator: Brainiac
John Broome  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Gardner Fox  creator (uncredited)
Bob Goodman  four episodes (as Robert Goodman)
Carmine Infantino  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Bob Kane  creator: "Batman"
Robert Kanigher  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Christopher Keenan  development and creative supervisor
Jack Kirby  creator: Etrigan
William M. Marston  creator: "Wonder Woman"
Denny O'Neil  character: John Stewart
Jerry Robinson  character: The Joker (uncredited)
Joe Shuster  creator: "Superman"
Jerry Siegel  creator: "Superman"
Linda Steiner  development & creative supervision

Produced by
Linda Steiner .... producer
Film Editing by
Stan Berkowitz 
Dwayne McDuffie 
Art Department
Shannon Denton .... painted backgrounds
Sound Department
Joseph Adorisio II .... adr recordist
Joseph Adorisio II .... isdn recordist
Ryan Heiferman .... adr recordist: New York
Visual Effects by
Everett Burrell .... digital artist
David Carlson .... lead animator
David Carlson .... technical director
Justin Hammond .... digital artist, opening titles: Cantina Pictures
Michael Melchiorre .... digital compositor
Eric Reinhard .... visual effects
Kevin Gendreau .... CGI modeler: main titles (uncredited)
Kevin Lane .... digital artist: opening titles: Cantina Pictures (uncredited)
Kevin Struckman .... CGI supervisor: opening credits: Cantina Pictures Inc. (uncredited)
Animation Department
Ben Berkman .... animatic editor
Jim Lara .... animatic editor
Editorial Department
Christopher D. Lozinski .... on-line editor
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Additional Details

23 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Early drafts for this episode featured Barbara Gordon in a Birds of Prey storyline. It would have Barbara getting injured during a case as Batgirl. Since Batman forbids her from participating she would recreate herself as Oracle, and get in touch with Black Canary and Huntress to finish her case. Neither of them would meet her in person. Due to the Bat-Embargo, the story replaced Batgirl with Green Arrow and The Question.See more »
Revealing mistakes: The Question is able to drive on the railroad tracks with room to spare, but railroad tracks should be no wider than his cars' wheels.See more »
Huntress:I have a question for you then. Do you know what apophenia is?
The Question:Apophenia: noun. The tendency to see connections where none exist.
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Movie Connections:
References Scarface (1983)See more »
Justice League Unlimited ThemeSee more »


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