Episode #076 - Baby-Doll Original Airdate - October 1st, 1994
A former child star, now grown bitter and insane, kidnaps her TV family
and holds them prisoner on an abandoned sound stage. While Robin
works fast to free the actors from Baby-Doll's explosive death-trap,
Batman pursues the tiny fiend through a deadly carnival fun house.
Screens by Borg4of3
Pans by Bird Boy
Review by Robin III
Story Paul Dini
Directed by Dan Riba
Supervising Composer Shirley Walker
Music Composed by Carl Johnson
Animation Services by Spectrum Animation Studio
Kevin Conroy as Batman
Loren Lester as Robin
Robert Costanzo as Detective Bullock
Bob Hastings as Commissioner Gordon
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. as Alfred*
Mari Devon as Summer Gleeson
Alison Laplaca as Baby-Doll
Jason Marsden as Spunky Spencer
Robbie Rist as Brian Daily
Judy Strangis as Tammy Vance
Tasia Valenza as Mariam
Alan Young as Tod Baker
Credited, but did not appear.
ROBIN: I remember this show from when I was a kid. It still
BABY DOLL SLAMS THE BASKET BALL DOWN CREATING A SMOKE SCREEN. SHADOWS
RUN THIS WAS AND THAT IN THE CONFUSION.
ROBIN: I've got 'im!
BULLOCK: It's me, dope!
BABY DOLL: It's Suzy and Tippy and Mumsy and Daddy and Baby together
again forevers and evers.
ROBIN: Remember the time that Poison Ivy nearly smothered us in those
vines with the really sharp thorns?
ROBIN POINTS TO THE BABY DOLL EPISODE ON TV.
ROBIN: This is worse.
ROBIN: Wow, lady! You're good!
MARIAM: It's a living.
DAHL: Why couldn't you just let me make believe?! Review: This is the only time
you will be able to see Batman beat up on Gilligan and the Skipper from
Gilligan's Island. As for the rest of the episode, it was okay, but not
the greatest. Most of the time, you just wish Baby Doll would stop
talking in her squeaky 'kid' voice and be serious. This was one of those
cases that really could have been taken care of by the police. The only
real good part was when Batman used the brilliant idea of finding Baby
Doll in the amusement park. That was a great idea, and was worthy to the
The animation was the norm for The Adventure of Batman & Robin. Things
were in proportion, although Baby Doll was, at times, a tiny bit larger,
but nothing to complain about.