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Batman must stop a vengeful Mr. Freeze from fulfilling his vendetta against a callous businessman.


Bruce Timm (as Bruce W. Timm)


Paul Dini, Paul Dini (story editor) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview:
Kevin Conroy ... Batman / Bruce Wayne / Valet (voice)
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
Michael Ansara ... Mr. Freeze / Dr. Victor Fries (voice)
Mari Devon ... Summer Gleeson (voice)
Mark Hamill ... Ferris Boyle (voice)
Michael Bell ... Additional Voices (voice)
Robert David Hall ... Additional Voices (voice)
John Mariano ... Additional Voices (voice)


Batman must stop a vengeful Mr. Freeze from fulfilling his vendetta against a callous businessman.

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7 September 1992 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Alfred's line, "With all the compartments on your belt, you'd think there be one for tissues," is a reference to the Batman (1966) series, where his Bat-Belt contained every possible tool to help him in various situations. See more »


When the legs of one of Mr. Freeze's thugs are frozen he is wearing shoes. Later, however, he is not wearing shoes when the ice surrounding his feet and legs thaws in a chemical bath in the Batcave. However, the chemicals and the ice might have caused them to disintegrate. See more »


Batman: Freeze!
Mr. Freeze: That's Mr. Freeze to you.
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Batman Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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Revenge Is Served Up Cold By 'Mr. Freeze'
7 July 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

This is our first look at "Mr. Freeze." He isn't exactly Arnold Schwarznegger, who played him in the feature film, but he's a pretty cool looking villain, some bald-headed guy in a spacesuit. Anyway, he has a personal vendetta against Ferris Boyle, who owns Gothcorp, Inc. Mr. Freeze is stealing items from that company. Batman catches him in one of those raids and is put on ice temporarily. He gets out of it, but catches a cold! He also rescues one of Mr. Freeze's thugs who was left to die at the scene with his legs frozen.

As Bruce Wayne, Batman sees Mr. Boyle at his office the next day trying to see if he knows anyone who might have it in for his company. He finds out a "wacko scientist" whom Ferris thought died in an explosion at his company, might be a good suspect, but he was presumed dead. (Obviously, he's wrong.) Boyle also is a big phony, pretending to be a big humanitarian and having a company advertised as being "for the people," but it's all PR baloney, as he even admits.

Mr. Freeze, alias Victor Fries, already has weapons that shoot something that freezes everything it touches but now he is one step away from having that power in a cannon. Can Batman stop him?

One thing that was different about this episode but was something you see in a lot of modern films is - leaving Batman out of the equation - no good guys. Mr. Freeze and Mr. Boyle were both bad guys. You can't root for either one. And, as the story progressed, they made you almost feel sorry for Mr. Freeze, who was a cold-blooded (no pun intended) killer. They made him more human than the guy he was trying to kill! That's a little twisted, but I hope we see more of Mr. Freeze.

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