The Music Meister uses his ability to control minds in an effort to take over the world.

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Batman (voice)
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Clock King (voice)
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Black Canary (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
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Babyface (voice)
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Black Manta (voice)
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The Music Meister uses his ability to control minds in an effort to take over the world.

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This isn't the first time Neal Patrick Harris has been a singing super villain. He was also Dr. Horrible in Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog. See more »

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Black Canary and Batman still have their protective earpieces after being put into The Music Meister's elaborate Death Trap, even though The Music Meister could have easily removed them between when they were both rendered unconscious and when they awoke tied up in the trap, including their transportation. See more »

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Featured in Music Movies: Mayhem of the Music Meister (2013) See more »

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Death Trap
Music by Kristopher Carter
Lyrics by James Tucker
Performed by Neil Patrick Harris and Grey DeLisle
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"Was the singing really necessary?"
1 July 2011 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Fancy something different?

Well, somebody did, and when Gorilla Grodd and co. raid a satellite launch, only to come face-to-face with Green Arrow, Aquaman and Black Canary, song and dance takes centre stage.

I've seen the classics with Adam West and Burt Ward, the Keaton films, the Kilmer and Clooney ones which almost killed Batman Forever, the awesome 90's cartoon series, the poor, over-hyped latest blockbusters as well as the last TV cartoon series, and simply put: this episode is the best installment in the filmed Batman catelogue. Yep, it's that good.

So, without giving the plot away, just know that the Music Meister (fans now ask, "The WHO?!") sings the song that the world wants to hear... and it's actually true, so give this episode a chance. You won't regret it.


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