Batman: The Animated Series 4 Seasons 1994

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29. Batgirl Returns TV-NR CC

Batgirl finally gets to prove her skills when a cat statue is stolen from a university museum. She teams up with Catwoman to solve the mystery and recover the stolen artifact.

Starring:
Kevin Conroy, Loren Lester
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
November 12, 1994

Batgirl Returns

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Dan Riba
Starring Kevin Conroy, Loren Lester
Supporting actors Melissa Gilbert, Adrienne Barbeau, Edward Asner, Scott Valentine, Roger Rose
Season year 1994
Network FOX
Producers Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Jean MacCurdy, Eric Radomski, Tom Ruegger, Bruce W. Timm
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One of the best animated series ever created.
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Batman the animated series is a great cartoon series for older kids and adults.
Ryan J Tydrich
The story lines are well written and the voice acting is very well done.
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150 of 171 people found the following review helpful By R. Ohara on March 9, 2005
Format: DVD
This set will introduce Batgirl. Ra's Al Ghul will be in 4 episodes and we'll get to see the villians put Batman on trial at Arkham. Even Alfred Gets a Real Good Battle With Red Claw. Plus Batman fights Bane, Catwoman and more. this is a must have.

Episode list:

557- Shadow of the Bat Pt1

558- Blind as a Bat

559- The Demon's Quest pt1

560- His Silicon soul

561- Shadow of the Bat pt2

562- Fire From Olympus

563- The Demon's Quest pt 2

564- Read my lips

565- The worry Men

566- Sideshow

567- A Bullet for Bullock

568- The Trial

569- Avatar

570- House & Garden

571- The Terrible Trio

572- Harlequinade

573- Time out of Joint

574- Catwalk

575- Bane

576- Baby-Doll

577- The Lion and The Unicorn

578- Showdown

579- Riddlers Reform

580- Second Chance

581- Harleys's Holiday

582- Lock-up

583- Make'em Laugh

584- Deep Freeze

585- Batgirl Returns

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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Eric Arismendi on June 8, 2006
Format: DVD
This is a hard decision, but I have to say that this volume is better than the other two. Barbara Gordon gets introduced as Batgirl for the first time, and we meet new villains! Ra's Al Ghul, Baby-Doll, Scarface, Bane, Lock Up, are Maxie Zeus and introduced in these 29 great episodes. Mr. Freeze, The Riddler, The Penguin, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, The Mad Hatter, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, The Clock King, and Red Claw return! This is clearly a better volume than the previous because it concludes "Batman: The Animated Series," and has cool extras. Some people, however, think that the extras (special features) are bad because they're mainly commentary. Well, I hope you buy this totally awesome 4-disc set.....packed with 609 minutes of action!!! Some episodes descriptions to get you interested are the following: Ra's Al Ghul needs Batman's help to find his daughter Talia, Batman's villains hold a trial against him, Scarface frames Catwoman, the Joker steals an atomic bomb, Red Claw plans to fire misils at London, a Batman Robot made by H.A.R.D.A.C. causes troble, Two-Face is kidnapped on his day of surgery, and Poson Ivy is blamed for the poisoning of many rich and single men. Buy this volume! If you loved THIS Batman series when you were younger (1992-1997 on Kids WB), this is the 4 disc-set to relive your childhood with a show for all ages! Buy this! You won't regret it! Buy it! Buy it!

Here are the episodes the DVDs include. In parenthesis are the villains who appear in the episodes. However, just because a certain villain appears in a certain episode - that doesn't mean that he or she is the one that causes trouble in that episode and that he or she is the one that Batman ends up fighting!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By BatmanFan on May 25, 2005
Format: DVD
Even though the description on Amazon says 28, there are 29 episodes total in this set. This completes the 85 total episodes of Batman: The Animated Series which ran from 1992-1995. It was known as The Adventures of Batman & Robin starting from Season 3 onward which included a new opening sequence and theme (which are included on the proper episodes). These episodes are still considered part of BTAS and are included in this set.

This set DOES NOT include the 24 episodes from Batman: Gotham Knights (aka The New Batman Adventures) which ran from 1997-1999 alongside Superman TAS on WB. Hopefully a 4th set that includes these episodes will be released later this year.

The episodes included in this third volume are considered some of the best episodes in the entire series. There are some great commentaries (Read my Lips, House and Garden, Harlequinade) and featurettes (Gotham's New Knight - Batgirl). It also includes a trailer for the new Batman Begins movie. As a long time fan, I wish there were more features since this is the last volume in BTAS. As always, it's a treat listening to Dini and Timm give us insight on the episodes. One note, the commentary for "House and Garden" is a video commentary so you can see the episode with a little box at the bottom that shows the person talking.

The episode breakup over the discs are as follows:

Disc One

1. Shadow of the Bat: Part One
2. Shadow of the Bat: Part Two
3. Blind as a Bat
4. The Demon's Quest: Part One
5. The Demon's Quest: Part Two
6. His Silicon Soul
7. Fire from Olympus

Disc Two

8. Read My Lips
9. The Worry Men
10. Sideshow
11. A Bullet for Bullock
12. Trial
13. Avatar
14.
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66 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 10, 2005
Format: DVD
In the final release of Warner's Batman the Animated series we get another 28 episdoes of one of the finest animated shows ever created. I would heartily disagree with John Q. Public's opinion of Anime-style animation and weak voice acting. True the animation was done by Studio Junio and has some Anime influence I would not consider this Anime style at all. John Q. evidently has never seen true Anime before or such a ridiculous statement would never have been made.

Batman was just a great series and far superior to the Batman Beyond and the New Batman series. This is the tough, gritty Batman of Bob Kane although updated for modern times but still great to look at for its art-deco stylings. My favorite episodes on this collection include:

"The Demon's Quest parts 1 & 2" Batman must agree to an uneasy alliance with arch-villian Ras Ah Ghul when his daughter Talia and Robin have been kidnapped under similar circumstances.

"Sideshow" Killer Croc escapes on the way to a prison and takes refuge with a circus band of sideshow freaks who aid Croc when Batman comes to find him.

"The Trial" Batman is capture and taken to Arkham Asylum where he is put on trial by most of his arch-foes including The Joker, Twoface, and Poison Ivy.

"Bane" Batman meets Bane, the chemically enhanced killer who would break Batman's back in the comic book continutiy.

"Harley's Holiday" harley Quinn is released from Arkham and wants to go straight but ends up stealing Bruce Wayne's car resulting in a wild chase through Gotham.

"Deep Freeze" mr. Freeze escapes from Arkham with the help from an old billionaire, intent on bringing about a second ice age in the world.
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