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DangerMouse: The Complete Series Megaset


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DangerMouse is the smallest secret agent in the world, not to mention the funniest. Now, from the famed animation studios of Cosgrove Hall Productions, all ten seasons of his groundbreaking, side-splitting, globetrotting cartoon adventures are available, for the first time ever, in a single box set.

From their headquarters in London to the far reaches of the universe, the courageous DangerMouse and his hesitant, bespectacled sidekick Penfold set out to stop a menagerie of dastardly villains. Armed with a fantastic arsenal of gadgets, wry British wit, and puns that put the oof in spoof, DangerMouse and Penfold send up everyone from 007 to Sherlock Holmes, and save the world many times over in the process.

DANGERMOUSE: THE COMPLETE SERIES features all 89 episodes from the pop-culture savvy UK serial on 9 DVDs, plus the never-aired lost pilot episode, Count Duckula episodes, theme song karaoke, and other rarities. This collection of miniscule adventures in animation is a massive cult hit and a treat for kids of all ages.

DVD Features: Never-Aired Pilot Episode The Mystery Of The Lost Chord ; Character Descriptions; DANGERMOUSE Theme Song Karaoke; One Stormy Night Episode of Count Duckula; Town Hall Terrors Episode of Count Duckula; Alternative DANGERMOUSE Theme Song Options

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Product Details

  • Actors: Danger Mouse
  • Directors: A&E Entertainment
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 9
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 28, 2007
  • Run Time: 1474 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RPOCHK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,522 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Clyde on May 21, 2008
When I was in college watching these cartoons on Nickelodeon I found a way to get my friends interested in them as well. It's a variation of the drinking game "Hi Bob" from the old Bob Newhart show. I called it "Penfold, shush". Everytime someone says "Penfold" you take a sip of your drink. If they say "Penfold, shush" or some variation of that, you finish the drink. There are episodes that will kill you if you play by the rules. Seems wrong but it kept me from looking like the creepy old guy watching kids shows after class. And lets face it, beer is good.

I have always loved British comedy. I started with Monty Python and The Goodies on PBS and have never looked back. Dangermouse incorporated much of the same dry, British wit and also had an element of Bullwinkle to it as well. For years, the only versions I could find were on VHS, and even that was a chore. They were okay, but lacked much of the narrators commentary between episodes and had the more politically correct version of Stilletto (without the bad Italian accent. The DVD sets are fantastic. It's the original material in all it's glory. And now that my 4 year old has discovered them, I've got someone to watch Dangermouse and Penfold save the world from the nefarious Baron Greenback without having to get them drunk.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Missy Hoppe on November 10, 2008
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I don't think there are enough words to express how much I loved watching Danger Mouse when I was little. The last year my sister and I were allowed to dress up for haloween, I simply had to dress up as Danger Mouse, even though I'm a girl. I actually won a costume contest at Chucky Cheese that year. :)
I hold this show, along with The Tomorrow people, entirely responsible for my life-long obsession with British TV shows, and was thrilled beyond belief when I found this box set.
I Actually had the UK 12-disc set first, but my problem with that set was that the episodes were in totally random order, and I could never remember where to find the episodes I wanted to watch.
So, I went ahead and invested in the US set. I'm so glad I did! the episodes seem to be in chronological order, there are lots more navigation options and best of all, there are more funny bits of narration to enjoy. I am, in fact, finding a ton of episodes that I never saw when I was little, so am having a ball watching this set.
The jokes, some of which even I have to admit are pretty bad, absolutely never get old for me. As an adult, however, I think I most appreciate the spectacular voice talent, especially that of David Jason, that was a part of this show.
The only flaw I can think of with this set, and it holds true with the UK set as well, is that on the ancient Danger Mouse VHS tapes I used to have, there were some really great narrator segments in between the episodes. The one with the studio fly immediately springs to mind. I've got a friend who has a DVD recorder/vcr, and am hoping that he can transfer the VHS tapes onto a DVD for me, just for those little extra segments that are sadly missing from the DVDs.
In spite of this one mild disappointment, I would rate this DVD set 10 stars if I could. It is so wonderful to have Danger Mouse back in my life.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Robert Wallace on January 7, 2008
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This program was and still is an all-time favorite of mine. Clever British humor accompany your standard issue "Looney-Toons" slapstick bits throughout the Dangermouse Series. A nice collection here of every episode along with the Bonus episode on Disc 1. The orginal pilot which I do not believe aired in the U.S. 80 plus episodes of DM and Penfold, well worth the price, I cannot wait to share these with my daughter.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gryphondear on February 20, 2009
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Brian Cosgrove, in the late 1970's, created a wonderfully satirical send up of nearly every spy/mystery/science fiction story: Dangermouse. The writing is witty; the throw-away lines are superb; the situations, outrageous; the characterizations stretch the limits of stereotyping. We have Dangermouse, the one-eyed hero in a teflon (C) suit; Penfold, his inept assitant with semi-detached eyebrows; the evil Baron Greenback, the terrible toad and Stilleto, the henchiest of henchmen.

Not every episode is a total gem, but that may be because some referents escape me. However, even those episodes that are not my favorite are fun. The complete set even has a couple of episodes that I either missed or were not aired here in the US.

Dangermouse became my favorite cartoon when my daughter was still in her highchair. She would watch DM at the table while I cooked dinner. Recently, she took the role of enabler and "talked me into" buying the series. Her ulterior motive is that I have to lend her the discs. I'm going to have to hold her cat hostage until I get them back.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shiloah Poore on May 30, 2010
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If you are a lot like me and a big kid who still loves the old cartoons, then you have to get this series. Danger Mouse is funny, inventive, and just plain out there. Pen Fold is the trusty sidekick of Danger Mouse and is afraid of his own shadow, yet he still goes on these assignments with DM to stop Barren Greenback, his arch enemy. Anyone who enjoys a good laugh will absolutely love this series. I recommend for everyone of any age.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Zack Davisson HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 16, 2010
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I finally learned my expensive lesson when I picked up Nero Wolfe - The Complete Classic Whodunit Series; don't buy any individual television season boxsets produced by A&E, because they will eventually put out the complete series in a more affordable and more compact single package.

With "Danger Mouse," sadly, I didn't know this and picked up all of the individual season boxsets when they were released, and only now a few years later did I sell them off and finally pick up this superior Complete Series collection. This box set contains exactly the same DVDs as the previous releases, but packaged in half the space with each season contained in a single DVD case. They could have gone even better by packing them in slim cases, but it is still a big win for taking up less of my valuable shelf space.

As for the series itself, what can I say? I love Danger Mouse, and have even since I first saw it as a kid in the 1980s on Nickelodeon where I watched it along with Bananaman and the spin-off Count Duckula. Essentially a British spy parody, specifically of Patrick McGoohan's Danger Man series, "Danger Mouse" has all the elements necessary for the making of a classic cartoon that can still be enjoyed today.
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