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on 7 December 2001
This is what made being a kid in the 80s worthwhile. And after missing Dangermouse for so long (well, it WAS screened, but only in Gaelic, of which I speak about a dozen words badly), this was pure Heaven. Buy it, I implore you! Get all the gags and references you missed 15 years ago (there'll be a lot), and wallow in the most inspired silliness since the Goon Show (and yes, I know that means putting it above the Pythons). (Re references: yes, Agent 57 is "as in Heinz 57" because of the variety of his disguises, but it's no coincidence that Nayland Smith in the Fu Manchu novels was Agent 56. OK, so you got him living on Baker Street and his nemesis stroking a white caterpillar, but you're not so smart, are you? As Nero would say, heh heh heh - only higher and squeakier than that.) Dangermouse - Powerhouse! - He's the greatest secret agent in the world!
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on 4 November 2011
Oh come on is there really anyone out there who doesn't think He's terrific, fantastic, the greatest super hero in the world? If you haven't watched this you have no idea what you've missed! Get it now!
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Remember rushing home from school to sit down in front of the TV to watch your favourite kids TV? Then this Dangermouse video will tickle your retro taste buds with humour to make the child inside you laugh and the adult part of you admire the cleverness. A must for any fan of Cult Kids Vids
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on 30 November 2000
Brings back those lost childhood days. School then as much telly as you could watch.
Totally excellent.
The exploits of Danger Mouse (David Jason) and Penfold (Terry Scott) show the British secret agent doesn't end with 007!!!
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on 25 July 2000
Ahh! brings back those long lost days of childhood. Totally brill, can't help but watch with a big smile on your face.
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on 25 December 2002
Danger Mouse - Wherever there is danger he'll be there! The cool, swarve and debonaire rodent detective has now been immortalised in the digital glory he deserves! Featuring 8 fantastic episodes consisting of highly sophisticated yet witty humour, Danger Mouse -who was loved by many in his time but sadly long forgotten by most today- boldly makes an admirable attempt to capture the hearts of both the young and (slightly) older communities today!
A well-featured disc but could have been mastered much better. Deserves it's marks not by presentation but by content.
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on 8 March 2001
Relive one of the best cartoons to ever come out of the 1980's. This DVD release of Dangermouse is fantastically presented and even has the original Thames TV logo - marvelous.
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on 15 May 2003
Eight episodes on this disc, including Who Stole the Bagpipes? AAAAARGH! Spiders! The Chicken Run (with Dr. Squackencluck and Buggles Pigeon), Tiptoe through the Penfolds, Trouble with Ghosts, Nero Power, The Plague of Pyramids, and Alping is Snow Easy Matter.
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on 6 December 2000
This video contains all my favorite episodes of the worlds smallest secret agent. Those who want to recover their childhoood need to put this on their Xmas list as an essential stocking filla at only £5.99 its a bargain! The comedy from penfold his tustly side kick will keep you amused all day.
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on 22 January 2001
The best mouse on two legs with the moves to match. This cartoon has everything and more to excite and entertain. A recommendation for anyone aged 1 - 101. As good as The Simpsons, with Penfold instead of Homer.
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