The wacky and hilarious adventures of Danger Mouse, the greatest secret agent (mouse) in the world and his trusty, bumbling sidekick, Penfold. Together, they follow Colonel K's orders and do battle to save the world from monsters, master thieves, their narrator, and crazed fiends of all types but mostly their arch nemesis, the Baron Silas Greenback and his henchman Stiletto.
Last Episode10x07 The Intergalactic 147 Aired: Mar. 19, 1992
A giant spaceship is spotted heading for Earth. It's part of the ""Intergalactic 147"" snooker game and it wants to put the Earth into a black …
Series Fun Facts
- During the Gulf War, David Jason met someone in a pub who worked at RAF Command Headquarters. He told Jason they race 3-wheel vans against each other, paint them yellow with Trotters…
[show]During the Gulf War, David Jason met someone in a pub who worked at RAF Command Headquarters. He told Jason they race 3-wheel vans against each other, paint them yellow with Trotters Independent Traders down the sides of them, like the van from Only Fools and Horses (UK); Jason went down to have a look, but he didn't see a race. Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst and Buster Merryfield sent a Trotters van out to Kuwait. They slipped it into a Hercules plane among other stuff on a supply run and when it was unloaded the crew would find the van, filled up with chewing gum, toothpaste, cake and Danger Mouse (UK) and Count Duckula (UK) tapes from Brian Cosgrove with labels saying Debbie Does Dallas and Unzipperdedoodah and all sorts to amuse them. Jason didn't ask for any publicity because he didn't want anyone to think it was just for that, but a private joke between the RAF and the Trotters. The van was put in the hold and covered up with medical supplies and ammunition and flew to Kuwait, where it's discovery brought some light relief.
- On American network, Nickelodeon, Dangermouse was shown as three episodes combined into one 30 minute block of programming.
- In the pilot episode, Danger Mouse's arch-nemesis is introduced as "Baron GreenTeeth" (as opposed to Baron GreenBack, as he was known in later episodes).