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This is background information and production notes of the episode Harley and Ivy, from season one of Batman: The Animated Series.

Production Notes[]

  • Shirley Walker is credited both as "Supervising Composer" as well as the sole composer of the episode's score. However, and according to the credits on Batman: The Animated Series Original Soundtrack, Volume 2, this episode's score was also composed by Lolita Ritmanis, Michael McCuistion and Peter Davidson. (For more info, see Music)
  • The frat boys in the car are based on Bruce Timm, Ted Blackman and Eric Radomski.
  • The name of the diamond that Harley steals is misspelled on its casing. It reads "HARLEOUIN" instead of the more likely "HARLEQUIN".
  • The friendship between Harley and Ivy proved to be such a popular addition to the animated continuity, it was also adapted into the comics continuity.
  • The scene where Ivy reveals her car is a tribute to a similar scene from Tim Burton's Batman (1989).
  • This episode is one of Arleen Sorkin's two favorite episodes.

Voice Acting[]

  • Robert Costanzo voices Joker's thug, Rocco, but is credited for playing Harvey Bullock, who does not appear in this episode.
  • Neil Ross is credited for voicing the Peregrinator's Club Chairman, but is not credited for voicing Joker's henchman, Henshaw.

Releases[]

"Harley and Ivy" has been released as part of the following Home video sets:

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