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  • Actors: David Jason, Terry Scott, Edward Kelsey, Brian Trueman, Jimmy Hibbert
  • Directors: Brian Cosgrove
  • Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble, Mike Harding
  • Producers: Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Run Time: 322 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AYEIUE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,479 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Danger Mouse - The Complete Seasons 3 & 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 14 episodes on two discs
  • Theme song sing-along
  • Character descriptions

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Product Description

"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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By far the best episode of this season.
Patrick Correa
As an adult, I like the droll British humor and drop-ins of other favorite shows like Doctor Who.
Jeffrey J. Lyons
This is the set that I think I can remember most of, and the writing gets even better!
Brian Neubauer

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey J. Lyons on March 26, 2007
Format: DVD
Danger Mouse was an incredibly unique animated series. As an adult, I like the droll British humor and drop-ins of other favorite shows like Doctor Who. As a matter of fact if you look at the story "Dangermouse Saves the World Again" from this box set, you will see the brain-sucking machine is really a Dalek upside down.

Some might think this animation was cheaply done. I guess it was. But there are many Japanese anime series that use the same style - limited character movement and the occasional real live background inserted into the animation.

Series 3 + 4 might be better known to some US viewers because these aired on Nickelodeon during the mid 1980's. The show was taken off the air at Nickelodeon not long after these went out, although Cosgrove-Hall continued producing them into the early 90's.

Drawbacks are these episodes are shown the way they aired in the UK as five minute cliffhangers and you have to sit through the theme music/credits over and over and over. That's partly why I went with four stars. That and the extras are kind of weak. I might have liked to see an interview with Mark Hall or Brian Cosgrove reflecting on these particular stories.

I enjoyed Danger Mouse and his clumsy sidekick Penfold twenty years ago. Now I'm enjoying them all over again with my Middle Schooler.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Correa on May 17, 2013
Format: DVD
I confess to loving the first 2 seasons of Danger Mouse, but I love these more. Like the last set the episodes come in 2 formats; 5 part stories composed of 5 minute segments, and whole stories in 11 minutes. The only 11 minute episodes are the last 2 of season 3. Here's a review of the episodes, with synopsizes from the box or me.

18. The Invasion of Colonel K: Baron Greenback invades Colonel K's mind to steal all of its secrets. This a great episode. A

19. Danger Mouse Saves The World...Again: Will Danger Mouse lose his thoughts? And the world its signposts? Good episode overall, but the ending was a bit weak. B

20. The Odd Ball Runaround: Danger Mouse & Penfold carry plans from Australia to London. By far the best episode of this season. A+

21. The Strange case of the Ghost Bus: Ghost buses sink ships in the Indian Ocean. There's a reason this episode is only 11 minute; they only had enough funny material for a 5 minute episode & rather than torture us they decided just to make it short. There are some laughs, but not enough. C-

22. The Trip To America: A Texan helps Danger Mouse recover the world's greatest buildings. This is a short episode I wish was longer. Texas Jack McGraw is a funny character. B+

23. The Wild, Wild Goose Chase: A new gizmo leads Danger Mouse to Baron Greenback's hideouts. This is a terrific episode to start season 4 with. A+

24. The Return of Count Duckula: Duckula is back, & he'll turn every political figure in Britain into wannabe thespians unless he gets his own TV show! Can DM & Penfold stop him? The first episode wastes time recapping Duckua's first appearance, but the rest is excellent. A

25. Demons Aren't Dull: But this episode is.
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Back in the eary eighties nickelodeon didn't have much of so to speak of "their toons" so, they bought the rights to show programs such as "lost city of gold" "inspector gadget" ect.... and of course there was "Danger Mouse" Well, this is Season 3 and 4 of the series but, note this series was british so, by American televison it'd really be season 2 really...British season are virtually divided in half of ours....ie mid season here is a new season over their....Anyways, this brings more solid Danger Mouse Cartoons which rank a 5 for sassy monty phython style humor and other idiotic british humor with just plain flat funny satire of Bond style movies... Who, can't find this rather humerous if you love spy style films of the 60's and monty python humor....The animation may be old but, it still holds rather decently in colors and what not....Aye this show never had much for a back drop other than those goofy photo's used in the still frames like in Monty python... But, animation before this never had much going on in the backdrops either and neither do current Nick toon's or Cartoon networks day time stuff or Adult swim...In a way the backdrops here are more interesting due to the complete nuttieness to them yet, they strangley fit in with the show unlike current junk found on Adult swim that rips this style yet, fails horribly.. Anyways the only reason this dvd gets a 4 is because just like the originals theres always been a weird shake thing on the sets from time to time or through out the whole episode...IE whoever did the cell to cell shots seems to be drunk and moved the camera shot every few seconds left or right and when watching at times can be rather nausicating.... As, for bonus theres a karoke version of the theme song and some profiles of the characters.... Rather lame bonus....Read more ›
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I enjoy this cartoon and miss watching it on TV i am glad that i got it and to watch it again.
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