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Episode #010 - Two-Face: Part 1
Original Airdate - September 25th, 1992

District Attorney Harvey Dent is hiding a deep dark secret. He has a second personality, that of Big Bad Harv, a hard nosed gangster. When Rupert Thorne learns of Dent's sickness, he tries to blackmail him. Unfortunately, Dent's "bad" side comes to the fore, and he attacks Thorne leading to an explosions which leads to Den't second personality becoming dominant. 

Media by Bird Boy
Review by Robin III
Credits
Story by Alan Burnett
Teleplay by Randy Rogel
Directed by Kevin Altieri
Music by Shirley Walker
Animation Services by Tokyo Movie Shinsha Co., LTD.

Voices
Kevin Conroy as Batman / Bruce Wayne
Bob Hastings as Commissioner James Gordon
Richard Moll as Harvey Dent / Big Bad Harv / Two-Face
Murphy Cross as Grace
Mari Devon as Summer Gleeson
Bob Doqui as Doctor
Matt Landers as Frankie
Diane Michelle as Candace
Linda Gary as Dr. Nora Crest
Marc Tubert as Carlos
John Vernon as Rupert Thorne

Screen Grabs







Pans


Quotes
HARV: Harvey. . . Harvey Dent. . .
DENT: No! Keep away! Leave me alone!
HARV: Heh heh heh! Where you going, Harvey? You can't get away from me!
DENT RUNS INTO BIG BAD HARV.
DENT: Argh!
HARV: See what I mean?
DENT: Stay away! I want no part of you!
HARV BEGINS TO FLIP A COIN.
DENT: No! Stop it! Stop it, I said!
HARV: It's time, Harvey. . . It's time!
--
DENT: Hey, Jim! How's it going?
BULLETS RICOCHET OFF OF THE POLICE CAR.
GORDON: Couldn't be better!
--
DENT: As your District Attorney, I would like to comment Commissioner Gordon and his men for their fine work.
GORDON LOOKS UP TO SEE BATMAN ON TOP OF A ROOF NEAR BY. HE SWINGS HIS CAPE AROUND AND IS GONE.
GORDON: And thank you.
--
THORNE: All men have something to hide. The brighter the picture, the darker the negative.
--
WOMAN: Oh, Mr. Dent! I want you to know that I voted for you two times!
DENT: Well ma'am, I trust it was in two separate elections?
GRACE: Mr. Dent, I have a question. When are you going to marry that gorgeous fiancee of yours?
BRUCE: Better marry her soon, Harv, or I might just steal her away myself!
DENT: You do and I'll prosecute!
--
BRUCE: Harv, take it easy! This kind of behavior doesn't go over well with the voters!
DENT (as Harv): Let go of me, you rich twit!
--
BRUCE: It takes a strong man to admit when he has a problem.
DENT: Yeah, yeah. Just keep it under your hat, okay?
BRUCE: Don't worry. If there's anything I know, it's how to keep a secret.
--
BRUCE: Hey, Harv! What's up?
DENT: Uh, a surprise meeting, that's all.
BRUCE: Now? With who?
DENT: Just mind your own business, alright?
BRUCE: You're in trouble, aren't you?
DENT: My friend, you don't know the half of it.
--
DENT: What do you want?
THORNE: Just a few favors from the D.A.'s office.
DENT: You're dreaming.
THORNE: Otherwise, as a concerned citizen, I'd feel compelled to give this to the press. After all, the people of Gotham have a right to know the kind of person-- or should I say 'persons' they've elected. So, what do you say, Harvey? Do we have a deal?
DENT: There's just one problem.
THORNE: What's that?
HARV: You're talkin' to the wrong Harvey.
--
CANDICE: Looks like Dent's finally out of your hair.
THORNE: I wish I could be sure of that.
--
DOCTOR: Now you understand, there's going to be some scarring, but I've already sheduled a surgeon.
DENT: Give me a mirror!
DOCTOR: Harvey, maybe you should--
DENT: I said give me a mirror!
HARVEY LOOKS IN A MIRROR.
DENT: Aaaahhhhaaarrruuuuuggghhhh!!!
 

Review: This episode has to have some of the most interesting scenes ever, especially towards the end when Thorne is taunting Dent and he looks around the room while Thorne's men are laughing. It is very well done, especially with the over-layed coin toss scene and the background fading to red. This is the most visual episode of them all.

Dent's Big Bad Harv transformation make this episode amazing to watch. That, and the two scenes with Batman, the first in the abandoned building was great and funny, and when Batman pursues Dent who is taken in Thorne's limo. This small chase scene is well animated and has a great musical score to go with it.

This episode also made Bruce more of a socialite, both with Harvey and Grace, and in a small flirting glimpse of Bruce right before Harvey leaves to meet Thorne. It was nice to see Bruce as a friend and not a recluse.

The transformation into Two-Face at the end was nice, and reminiscent of Joker's transformation in the first Batman movie. It is still nicely done, especially when Grace hears Harvey scream and then he bursts out into the hallway.

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