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Batman: The Animated Series: Heart Of Steel (2)

Batman manages to free himself from the Batcomputer's clutches and HARDAC breaks the connection before the Dark Knight can trace it back to Cybertron. Batman is summoned by Barbara Gordon, using the Bat signal. She tells him she thinks her Father has been somehow replaced. Bullock spots them on the roof Cybertron. Rossum is saved, as are Gordon, Bullock and Hill, and their robot duplicates are destroyed.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x40
Production Number: 139
Airdate: Tuesday November 17th, 1992



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Guest Stars
Jeff Bennett
voiced HARDAC
Recurring
Leslie Easterbrook
voiced Randa Duane
Recurring
Melissa Gilbert
voiced Barbara Gordon
Recurring
William Sanderson
voiced Karl Rossum
Recurring
Main Cast
Kevin Conroy
voiced Bruce Wayne / Batman
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
voiced Alfred Pennyworth
Bob Hastings
voiced Commissioner Jim Gordon
Robert Costanzo
voiced Detective Harvey Bullock
Lloyd Bochner
voiced Mayor Hamilton Hill
Episode Quotes
HARDAC: It was a priveledge to serve this ultimate purpose.

(To HARDAC)
Karl: I let this go too far. I gave you too much free will.

(To Randa)
Bruce: Randa! Is this what I get for leaving in the middle of dinner?

(To Randa)
Barbara: A police commissioners daughter doesn't get all of her training in school.

Alfred: I do wish your toys wouldn't play so roughly with you, sir.



Episode Goofs
Barbara brings the fingerprints up on the password but how does he know the order the numbers are to be entered?



Warning: Batman: The Animated Series season 1 episode 40 guide may contain spoilers
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