A Bullet for Bullock

   Bullock seeks Batman's help when he gets anonymous threats.
  Original Airdate: September 14, 1995
  Episode # 67
  Rating: * * * 1/2






Credits Cast

Written by Michael Reaves
Directed by Frank Paur
Music by Harvey R. Cohen
Animation by Studio Junio

Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. as Alfred
Robert Constanzo as Bullock
Liane Schirmer as Renee Montoya

Mari Devon as Summer Gleeson
Greg Berger as Rosie
Jeffrey Jones as Nivens

An odd episode that humanizes Bullock without sanding off his edges. It's intriguing, too, for the subtle way it lets us understand his resentment of Batman. How revealing to actually see the contrast between the Bat's gadgetry and lithe athleticism, and Bullock's world of crummy apartments, weary legwork, minor hoodlums, and internal affairs. Even when Batman saves Bullock's life at the end, it feels like a defeat for our sadsack. It speaks highly of his character that he feels and expresses gratitude rather than humiliation.

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What Others Are Saying ...
" ... a great version of one of those hard-boiled 40's detective pulps. "World's Finest


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