PG-13 | Video | | Animation, Action, Crime
The Joker is back with a vengeance, and Gotham's newest Dark Knight needs answers as he stands alone to face Gotham's most infamous Clown Prince of Crime.
The voice of Ghoul was provided by Michael Rosenbaum, who did several voices for the television series "Batman Beyond." While in the recording studio, he would often do a Christopher Walken impression that the producers found hilarious. When they were commissioned to create this film, they wrote the part of Ghoul for Rosenbaum's Walken impression. He would later reprise the role in an episode of Justice League (2001), a series on which he also voiced series regular The Flash. Later Rosenbaum would play the role of Supermans enemy Lex Luthor in the TV series Smallville.
Bonk?... Oh, right! Dead.
When the Joker starts the "Our Family Memories" home video, it shows him narrating it in the projector booth. There is a clearly visible microphone hanging down from the ceiling, but in the next shots showing him, it is gone.
Following attacks from politicians on violent films aimed at children, Warner Brothers. pushed the release date back and recut the film to a tamer version, toning down some of the violence in the original cut sent out in screener tapes. On April 23, 2001, the unedited version of the film was released in the US exclusively on DVD. Up until that point the uncut version had only been released as screeners that were sent out before the changes were made. The following are scenes that were changed in the edited-for-content version:
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