Danger Mouse - The Complete Seasons 3 & 4

9780767086387: Danger Mouse - The Complete Seasons 3 & 4

"Forget Mighty Mouse and The Brain, the smartest mouse in the world is DANGERMOUSE." - San Francisco Examiner Has your life become dull, witless and routine? Then what you need is another hilarious helping of DANGERMOUSE! Right here in your hands, 14 more highly original episodes starring the world's smallest secret agent--DANGERMOUSE! From the famed animation studios of Cosgrove Hall Productions (Count Duckula), this beloved cartoon classic takes animated zaniness to its wackiest and wittiest limits. No adventure is too challenging for our intrepid heroes, no pun too awful, no joke too sacred. Nay! With DangerMouse and his faithful hamster Penfold loose in the world, or at least on your TV screen, you're sure to find laughter in the midst of mystery. All mirthless villains beware! Now on DVD for the first time, DANGERMOUSE: THE COMPLETE SEASONS 3 & 4 is timeless entertainment for kids of all ages. DVD Features: DANGERMOUSE Theme Song Karaoke; Character Descriptions; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection

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More mind-boggling mysteries are foisted upon the famous odd couple of espionage, Danger Mouse and his bumbling assistant, Penfold. Seasons 3 & 4 (fall 1982 through spring 1983) continue to exploit the razor-sharp wit of Britain's Cosgrove/Hall Production cartoon of the world's smallest superhero. The two-disc set contains 14 episodes shown in their UK format as five four-minute installments (each with its own opening and closing titles/credits). Here, we find Danger Mouse--"that modern day knight in shining white Terylene"--pitted against such nefarious characters as Baron Greenback, Count Duckula, and the Demon from the 4th Dimension. Perilous adventures include "The Invasion of Colonel K" when DM faces strange denizens after Greenback shrinks himself and enters K's body to learn his secrets. Adding to the anarchy, two stories contain cameo appearances by Agent 57 and Professor Squakencluck. DM twice goes stateside, in "Tower of Terror" when he gets trapped in a New York skyscraper; and "The Trip to America" where a Texan helps him retrieve the world's most famous buildings that vanished in a single zap. The under-8 crowd will relish DM's crime-fighting gadgetry and eccentric escapades while older viewers are sure to savor the parodies--those renowned tongue-in-cheek nods to Dr. Who, Monty Python, and Sherlock Holmes. Bonus material is underwhelming, including character biographies and a Karaoke version of the theme song. (All ages) --Lynn Gibson

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