An offhand remark by Mayor Hill on television spurs the Joker into sneaking onto his estate disguised as a clown at the birthday party for Hill's son, Jordan. Joker plants a bomb, but Bruce Wayne, who is attending the party, manages to defuse it. However, Jordan, who is angry at his father, runs away hiding in Joker's van.
Did You Know?
credited storyboard artist Phillip Norwood
for the brilliant bit of the Joker tapping his cane along a fence, and for staging the rollercoaster finale in an exciting but economical fashion. "We knew immediately that we didn't have the budget that Disney's Roller Coaster Rabbit
(1990) did," said Timm. "We had to figure out a way of doing all that really neat fast action on a roller coaster without having to animate perspective. Norwood figured out a lot of interesting little cheats, and fortunately AKOM pulled it off, which they don't normally do." See more
Joker shows a poster for "The Great Proscuitto"-- but the correct spelling of that word is "prosciutto". See more
[after Batman breaks free from a straightjacket
He did it! He got free!
They don't make straightjackets like they used to. I should know.
The New Batman-Superman Adventures - Theme from the Animated Series
Written by Shirley Walker See more