Hear William Shatner's Two-Face Voice in An Exclusive 'Batman vs. Two-Face' Clip

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive clip from today's new release Batman vs. Two-Face, in which William Shatner plays the titular villain against Adam West's Caped Crusader and Burt Ward's Boy Wonder.

The film represents West's final performance as Batman before his death, and the first appearance of Two-Face in the world of West's Batman (although there was another villain, False Face, with whom the show told similar kinds of stories).

In the clip, fans can get a good sense of how Shatner is approaching the character, with a darker and more growly voice than you might expect from a Batman '66 movie...but that's probably because the whole time, "Harvey" is in the shadows and Two-Face is in charge.

Two-Face's final line in the clip was reportedly Shatner's favorite line in the script -- and you can see why; it is perfectly punny in that Batman '66 way.


Batman vs. Two-Face is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital now.