I can't believe these network a**holes still have a job.
Her name is Huntress. She is as fierce as she is beautiful - and her secret heritage is nothing less than staggering. Her mother: Catwoman. Her father: Batman.
It begins with New Gotham in chaos. In one night, Catwoman is murdered and Batgirl falls in a rain of gunfire [Ed: there was only one shot]. Victims of Joker's wrath. With his true love dead, The Caped Crusader flees the city, abandoning his teenaged daughter to the night.
Now Batgirl, confined to a wheelchair, redefines herself as "Oracle," a master of cybernetics and weapons design. She takes Batman's daughter under her wing, vowing to mentor, protect, and guide the young heiress as she becomes "Huntress." Powerful, haunting visions lead a third young woman, Dinah, to their secret Clock Tower lair. The trio is complete. They are now the Birds of Prey, determined to battle crime in a New Gotham laced with bold new villians.
With Birds of Prey, the producers of Smallville masterfully combine the human drama of their hit WB series with the stunning visual style of the big screen. From executive producers Laeta Kaligridis, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, and Joe Davola. A Tollin-Robbins Production with Warner Bros. Television.
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NOTE: All movies are 352x240, 29.97 fps,
44.1 kHz, stereo.
NOTE: [VideoCD compatible]
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