Harvey Dent is running for reelection as Gotham's Disctrict Attorney. His campaign leads him to capture some of Rupert Thorne's men. With the pressure of the job, Dent starts to lose his temper in public. Thorne seized the chance to discredit Dent by e
- All men have something to hide. The brighter the picture, the darker the negative.
Appearing in "Two-Face, Part I"
Synopsis for "Two-Face, Part I"
Harvey Dent is running for reelection as Gotham's Disctrict Attorney. His campaign leads him to capture some of Rupert Thorne's men. With the pressure of the job, Dent starts to lose his temper in public. Thorne seized the chance to discredit Dent by exposing his psychological troubles to the press and managed to get Harvey's psychiatric record from his theraphist.
Thorne planned to extort Dent by exposing those files unless the DA's department left his business untouched. When Thorne threatened Harvey, his hidden personality emerged and confronted Thorne and his men. The fight continued but Batman intervened. Thorne ran away with Dent's files and Harvey tried to stop him. One of Thorne's men shoot at Harvey but Batman tackled him down deflecting the shoot to a high voltage cable that landed on a vat of chemichals. This created an explosion that damaged Harvey Dent. Batman took him to the hospital but Harvey's face was already disfigured. When he woke up and saw what have happened to his face, he escaped from the hospital.
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- The story was aired as two episodes over consecutive days.
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|Batman/Bruce Wayne||Kevin Conroy|
|Commissioner James Gordon||Bob Hastings|
|Harvey Dent/Two-Face||Richard Moll|
|Rupert Thorne||John Vernon|
|Summer Gleeson||Mari Devon|
|Grace Lamont||Murphy Cross|
|Doctor Nora Crest||Linda Gary|
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