In his comments here, our esteemed colleague Tango insists that he saw a version of Batman (1989) in which the Joker's iconic line:
Where does he get those wonderful toys?
was edited down to:
Get those wonderful toys.
I was obsessed with the movie when it came out (as were many people my age - roughly 10-11 years old at the time), and saw it in the theater 8 or 9 times over the course of the first month or so after it was released. Every time I saw it, I heard the whole, unedited line.
I then bought it on VHS as soon as it was possible to do so, and watched it dozens of times; again, the line was unedited.
A few months ago, the movie was briefly put into heavy rotation on a cable channel, and I watched it a couple of times for nostalgia's sake. Again, the line was intact: "Where does he get those wonderful toys?"
This is arguably the most recognizable, iconic dialogue in the entire movie (with the possible exception of "I'm Batman"), and was even parodied in the movie Mallrats six years later. This is precisely why I have trouble believing that the line would have been tampered with - even if I hadn't seen the movie so many times in several different formats, it would still be difficult to imagine the studio (or anyone else) messing with the best-known piece of dialogue in the entire film.
Is there any evidence that some versions of Batman (1989) changed the line "Where does he get those wonderful toys?"?