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Language: English
Category: TV Series / Animation / Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Family / Fantasy / Sci-Fi
Original Title: Danger Mouse
Duration: 22min
Video type: TV Series
Danger Mouse is a British children's animated television series based on the 1981 series of the same name. The series is produced by FremantleMedia and premiered 28 September 2015 on CBBC. The series revolves around the capers of Danger Mouse, a British spy, and his hamster sidekick, Penfold.
Series cast summary:
Alexander Armstrong Alexander Armstrong - Danger Mouse / - 99 episodes, 2015-2019
Kevin Eldon Kevin Eldon - Penfold / - 99 episodes, 2015-2019
Dave Lamb Dave Lamb - The Narrator / - 93 episodes, 2015-2019
Stephen Fry Stephen Fry - Colonel K / - 84 episodes, 2015-2019
Shauna Macdonald Shauna Macdonald - Professor Squawkencluck / - 70 episodes, 2015-2019
Ed Gaughan Ed Gaughan - Baron Greenback / - 62 episodes, 2015-2019
Marc Silk Marc Silk - Nero / - 59 episodes, 2015-2019
Morwenna Banks Morwenna Banks - Danger Moth / - 49 episodes, 2015-2019
Rasmus Hardiker Rasmus Hardiker - Count Duckula / - 45 episodes, 2015-2019
Kayvan Novak Kayvan Novak - Dr. Loocifer / - 40 episodes, 2015-2019

The 2015 revival of the series was animated by Boulder Media in Dublin, Ireland and Cosgrove Hall Fitzpatrick Entertainment in Wilmslow, Cheshire.

Kevin Eldon (Penfold) & Morwenna Banks (Danger Moth/Dawn/The Queen) also worked together on Damned (2016) as Martin & Ingrid respectively.

As at the beginning of march 2016, the 52 series 1 episodes seem to be being released for broadcast in batches of 10-15 episodes every few months, as can be seen from the CBBC initial broadcast dates. Presumably as they are completed, these replace the previous episodes batch of rotated episodes.



Reviews: [7]

  • avatar

    Yozshujind

    Chances are nobody was really ready to put of the bunting when it was announced that 80s children's favourite Danger Mouse was being revived. After all said plenty online why not just show the David Jason era episodes again, its not as if they've dated in any meaningful way - the new series essentially proves that to be true as they have changed very little in terms of tone and style. Sure the visuals are slicker but they are very much patterned after the original look and feel while the script and voice characterisation could almost be lifted straight. The casting is pretty much perfect Alexander Armstrong as DM knows when to raise a vocal eyebrow and Kevin Eldon is perfect as Penfold, capturing the essential traits of the little guy who'd love to be big if only he was brave enough (and actually he's happy enough leaving the derring-do stuff to Danger Mouse). The stories are as daft as a brush and all the better for it - its hard not be smile when the villain in an episode is a toilet which has gone through an unintended forced software upgrade. The gags come quick and often and many of the quips will surely zoom right over the heads of the supposed core audience. As such Danger Mouse is arguably wasted on CBBC and instead would make a nice piece of tie-in programming with Pointless on BBC One - after all they have the same lead in both!
  • avatar

    Jox

    If you loved the original series, now is the time to catch the revival on streaming. The unique British absurdity humor is fresh & new, and yet a near perfect manifestation of the original style.

    Sure the context of each joke or reference is modern but still uses the playful wit and silliness that makes it fun and funny for any age. As has already been noted, the story lines are pure camp, the characters are caricatures, and plot development completely arbitrary... but it adds to the charm. If you are not a fan of Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Stephen Fry (voices Colonel K), Huge Laurie, etc. then this show if not your cup of tea.
  • avatar

    Akisame

    I remember seeing the old version of this animated series when I was young, I believe it was made in 1981. Pretty enjoyable. Especially the intro theme, after many years the opening song is still catchy to this day.

    I got a little curious in seeing this new modern reboot/revival of the cartoon, (kind of a surprise to see they decided show it for the new generation) and let's just say it's even better than expected. The visuals and animation are impressive along with the witty lines and in jokes.

    I recommend it to anyone checking it out, you won't be disappointed. A great way to bring back this classic, bigger and better. ;)
  • avatar

    Dibei

    The World's Greatest Secret Agent is back, baby. Out of all the reboots I've seen, this one has to be the best. I started watching the original show last week (watched all 11 episodes of the first season), and then I watched the reboot one day later, and I have to say, this reboot was better than I was expecting. What I like about this show is that they did a version of the original theme song and the humor in this show makes it a love letter to fans of the original (though that's not necessarily true for some, I've seen negative reviews as well). If you like the original show, chances are, you'll like the reboot. The Powerpuff Girls can learn a thing or two from Danger Mouse. The only thing I hate about this reboot is that it didn't make it in America, so they put it on Netflix instead (I hate when Netflix acquires shows and claims them as their own). It could've been on Nickelodeon or on Disney XD, but NO! They had to put it on NETFLIX. Ugh, I'm getting off- topic here. Like I said, this show is just as good as the original, but I'm sick of seeing reboots.
  • avatar

    Gold Crown

    Danger Mouse is a 2015 reboot of a British classic and I've have been hooked on it ever since early 2017. The cartoon is entertaining for all ages. Danger Mouse discovers that the baron is up to no good when he announced his retirement. There is such chaos and mayhem that you just can't help but laugh; when Pandaminion talks in a monotone simpleton voice and it will make you chuckle. One of my favorite episodes includes Danger Mouse breaking in to the professor's lab and growing a singing plant monster & he sang a the end credits. The characters are brilliant the stories are hilarious especially if you were a fan of shows that deserve to be on Qubo more than Johnny Test or Cloudy the TV series. (I still love Squid Girl and The New Woody Woodpecker Show- fantastic).
  • avatar

    Eta

    If you loved the original series, now is the time to catch the revival on streaming. The unique British absurdity humor is fresh & new, and yet a near perfect manifestation of the original style but with different characters and narration from the moron who narrates Come Dine with Me.

    Sure the context of each joke or reference is modern but still uses the playful wit and silliness that makes it fun and funny for any age. As has already been noted, the story lines are pure camp, the characters are caricatures and plot development completely arbitrary but it adds to the charm. If you as me, this show is pretty damn good and I think that there should be an episode similar to There's a Penfold in My Suit.
  • avatar

    Detenta

    Might look Like the original.. The voices are doing pretty good. Old DM= A secret agent the SIZE of a Mouse, with a Few extra brain cells. He was good at Anticipation.. 1 step ahead. Old Assistant= 1/2 bubble off the top..Not stupid but could fall in a hole if you opened it. And abit preoccupied..

    NEW DM=Secret agent the Size of a Human. 1/4 extra brain cell, he can find his way threw a Paper bag, but not leave instructions. 1/4 step behind and Reacts to things rather then Anticipates. New Assistant= about the same, Always needing abit of a hand. Willing to follow DM and TRY not to be a Burden..

    Entro song, seems abit EDITED..take the old one and make it so they cant CLAIM Copy rights..

    The old one was like Inspector Gadget with abit of smarts, and the new one is inspector gadget without the smarts and as BIG as a human..