Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology Edit
Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent in Batman(1989).
Tommy Lee Jones as Two-Face in Batman Forever(1995), with Sugar (Drew Barrymore) on the left and Spice (Debi Mazar) on the right.
- Harvey Dent appears in Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman, portrayed by Billy Dee Williams. As the newly elected district attorney of Gotham, Dent vows to lock up mob boss Carl Grissom.
- Tommy Lee Jones portrays Harvey Dent/Two-Face in the 1995 film Batman Forever. His origin story is the same as in the Golden Age comics, where the district attorney is disfigured when gangster Sal Maroni throws acid on the left side of his face during a trial. He is driven insane — to the point of referring to himself in the plural — and swears revenge against Batman for failing to save him. After several clashes with the Dark Knight, he and his men attack Haly's Circus and murder Dick Grayson's family; he is thus indirectly responsible for the youth's transformation into Robin. Two-Face later teams up with the Riddler and learns Batman's secret identity of Bruce Wayne. Two-Face captures Bruce's love interest Dr. Chase Meridian and his sidekick Robin, and holds them hostage at the Riddler's lair. During the movie's climax, when Two-Face flips his coin, Batman throws a handful of coins into the air. Two-Face then panics and scrambles to find his coin but loses his footing, and subsequently falls to his apparent death.