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"Batman Beyond" Rebirth: Part 1 (TV Episode 1999) Poster

(TV Series)

(1999)

Trivia

Alan Burnett came up with the idea to start the episode off with Bruce Wayne's last night out as Batman.
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Bruce Timm stated he voiced the Jokerz Leader because the actor originally cast for the part just didn't have it and Timm showed him how he imagined the character though Timm never stated who was originally cast Rino Romano's (outdated) official site still has him credited on the episode as "Kidnapper", and only has a couple of lines ("hey kid, you're on TV) suggesting it was a bit part.
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Ace's barks and growls are that of an actual dog unlike in subsequent episodes.
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Derek Powers security guards uniforms are similar to the Kryptonian soldiers battlesuits in the Superman (1996) episode Superman: Blasts from the Past: Part I (1997).
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Though not directly stated, Bruce Wayne's final fight as Batman takes place twenty years after Batman: The Animated Series (1992) and The New Batman Adventures (1997) (and ten years after Justice League (2001) and Justice League Unlimited (2004)).
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When Bruce vows "Never Again", it comes from Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns.
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The Club 54 Level that Terry and Dana are waiting in line for is possibly an allusion to Studio 54, Manhattan's famous 1970s nightclub.
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The Jokerz motorcycle chase with Terry is similar to the anime film AKIRA, a chase which ended when Tetsuo Shima crashed into a wrinkled up little boy named Takashi.
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One of the Jokerz threatens Terry saying "let's put a smile on his face" is later said as a catchprase by the Joker in The Dark Knight (2008).
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Terry says to Ace "back off, Scooby its me" an obvious reference to iconic cartoon character Scooby Doo, Frank Welker (who does the voice of Ace in all subsequent appearance's took over the role of Scooby Doo following Don Messick death.
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The abducted girl at the beginning is Veronica Vreelands daughter.
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