Originally a Japanese legend, the title refers to the three monkeys who "See no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil". See more »
The sign outside of the construction area that Lloyd leads the Batman through to escape is misspelled. Instead of reading Under Construction it says, "Under Constrution". See more »
[Driving his car, with Batman hanging on, on a railway towards a speeding train, apparently in a suicide attack]
Lloyd "Eddie" Ventrix:
You're coming with me whether you want to or not!
Not in this lifetime, pal!
[Both Batman and Ventrix jump off the car before the train hits]
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It's Interesting To Find Out Who Does Some Of The Voices
Batman has to battle a different kind of foe: an "invisible man." I put that in quotes because the man is only invisible when he puts on this outfit that was, ironically, designed at Wayne Enterprises.
The man really only wants to see his little girl after jail but his nasty wife won't let him near her, so he uses the invisible cape. It turns out he's a pretty violent guy, though, and no one finds that out more than Batman, who has his hands full in this episode.
Once again, the artwork is spectacular in here, with all the browns and blacks, the train, the invisible man appearing and disappearing, etc.
I always enjoy looking at the ending credits and almost always see a familiar name or two voicing one of the guest characters. In here, among the names I recognized were Ken Howard from the TV series, "The White Shadow," and film actor Brock Peters of "To Kill A Mockingbird" and many other films. I guess old actors never die; they just do voice-overs on animated series!
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