Batman, the Animated Series

Batman, the Animated Series

Volume Three

DVD - 2005
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Millionaire Bruce Wayne's alter-ego Batman protects the streets of Gotham City from various villains and arch-enemies.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2005]
Edition: Fullscreen version
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9781419805547
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (609 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
digital,optical,stereo,Dolby Digital 2.0
video file,DVD video,region 1
laser optical,NTSC
DVD video,4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Slater, Helen
Rayle, Hal J.
Conroy, Kevin
Kincaid, Aron
Henner, Marilu
Katt, William
Asner, Edward
Peters, Brock
Mars, Kenneth
Rogel, Randy
Weitz, Bruce
Piscopo, Joe
Rachins, Alan
Hamill, Mark
Burton, LeVar
Welker, Frank
Rose, Roger
Rist, Robbie
Boen, Earl
Devon, Mari
Ant, Adam
Wein, Len
Kane, Bob
Zimbalist, Efrem Jr.,1918-2014
Montgomery, Elizabeth 1933-1995
Burnett, Alan
Reeves-Stevens, Garfield 1953-
Timm, Bruce
Dini, Paul
Pastorelli, Robert 1954-2004
Ansara, Michael 1922-2013
Perry, Stephen 1954-2010,
Bryant, William 1924-2001,
Ward, B. J. (Barbara Jean)
Bochner, Lloyd 1924-2005
Richman, Peter Mark 1927-
Jeni, Richard 1957-2007,
O'Herlihy, Dan 1919-2005
McKinney, Bill 1931-2011
Sanderson, William 1944-
Lansdale, Joe R. 1951-
McDowell, Malcolm 1943-
Burson, Greg 1949-2008,
Hastings, Bob 1925-2014
Vernon, John 1932-2005
Barbeau, Adrienne 1945-
Olkewicz, Walter 1948-
Tupou, Manu 1935-2004,
Valentine, Scott 1958-
Gilbert, Melissa 1964-
Haje, Khrystyne 1968-
Guest, Nicholas 1955-
O'Neil, Dennis 1939-
Young, Alan 1919-2016
De Lancie, John 1948-
Gary, Linda 1944-1995
Williams, Paul 1940-
Strauss, Peter 1947-
Jones, Jeffrey 1947-
Scolari, Peter 1954-
Martin, Andrea 1947-
Johnson, Lauri 1949-
Marsden, Jason 1975-
Warner, David 1941-
Matheson, Tim 1947-
Mulgrew, Kate 1955-
Garrett, Brad 1960-
Cummings, Jim 1952-
Brian, Mitch 1961-
Bell, Michael 1938-
Reeves-Stevens, Judith
Berger, Gregg 1950-
Watson-Johnson, Vernée
Gordon, Barry 1948-
Bennett, Jeff 1962-
Altieri, Kevin
Silva, Henry 1928-
Kirkland, Boyd
Miller, Dick 1928-
Glover, John 1944-
MacCurdy, Jean
Mumy, Billy 1954-
Radomski, Eric
Ross, Neil 1944-
Ruegger, Tom
Zimbalist, Stephanie
Paur, Frank
Browne, Roscoe Lee
Leahy, Patrick J.
Stephens, Brynne
Skir, Robert N.
Riba, Dan
Nichols, Nichelle
Oppenheimer, Alan
Isenberg, Marty
Williams, JoBeth
Underwood, Mike
Elizondo, Hector
Morwood, Philip
Reaves, Michael
MacNeille, Tress
Fraley, Patrick
Pershing, Diane
DiCenzo, George
Armstrong, Bess
Costanzo, Robert
Dzundza, George
McDowall, Roddy
Pankin, Stuart
Cover, Franklin
Sorkin, Arleen
Mullally, Megan
Muldaur, Diana
Schirmer, Liane
Michelle, Diane
Dysart, Richard
Lester, Loren
Moll, Richard
Duane, Diane
Warner Bros. Television
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Warner Bros. Animation


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Apr 03, 2018

I have officially watched all 3 seasons twice. You should too!

For the most part - I quite enjoyed this animated, Batman, TV series from 1994. Yep. I really did.

The 2-D animation was definitely top-notch and one could tell that there was certainly some real, mature thought put into the show's story-lines.

But the thing that puzzled me about the Batman character (whose squared-off jawline was so sharp-edged that it could cut a brick of cheese) was that even though he was just an ordinary man, he was given some truly startling, super-human abilities.

Anyway - My biggest beef of all here has to do with the Alfred character (Bruce Wayne's trusted manservant) who I found to be too much of a stuffy, insufferable, British-bore "stereotype".

(Oh - Well - At least Alfred's presence was so insignificant that it didn't ruin the rest of the show for me)

Sep 25, 2015

Probably my favorite season in the series. More Harley Quinn. XD Anyways, there were a lot of great episodes in this season. My favorites were probably "Trial", "House & Garden", "Harlequinade", "Catwalk", "Baby-Doll", "Harley's Holiday", and "Batgirl Returns". New villains get some screen time, and old villains get a chance to flesh out. Ra's al Ghul gets a bigger role in this season (having, I think, 3-4 episodes involving him). This series is extremely good, great for older kids who can handle some of the peril and complex themes Batman faces. Best Batman series without a doubt. If you love Batman, this is definitely for you. ;)

Nov 03, 2014

Great classic Batman by a great artist of the name Bruce Timm. Much of these stories are taken from classic Batman comics and story lines and truly does the Dark Knight justice in how he is portrayed and how his story is told. Sometimes dark, but never gory or too gritty - very kid friendly and a great way to introduce a young Batman fan to the many characters of the fabled Gotham City. Very Tim Burton era Batman, highly recommended!


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