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DANGER MOUSE (1981)

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Full Name: Danger Mouse
Nationality: British
Organization: British Intelligence
Occupation Agent

Creator: Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall
Time Span: 19/1 - 2019

ABOUT THE SERIES

Danger Mouse (DM) is an agent with British Intelligence.

That organization designation is really just speculation on my part. That DM is British as is the head of the department for which he works, Colonel K, but exactly what is the name of that department remains a mystery to me. Hence the catchall title. [In one of the graphic incarnations of his adventures Colonel K mentions a couple of times that it is "Secret Department" that they all work for but this is by no means definitive canon.]

We are told in the introduction in the very first recorded adventure, as the camera zeroes in on his abode in "a quiet corner in Mayfair", London, England, that he is the 'greatest guardian of peace and justice in the civilized world". We are also told that this secret agent is so secret that "even his codename has a codename". He is "to the downtrodden, a hero; to the evil, a ruthless enemy".

The theme song given this protector of the good goes even further:

"He's the greatest, he's fantastic

Wherever there is danger he'll be there

He's the ace, he's amazing

He's the strongest he's the quickest he's the best

Danger Mouse!"

That abode mentioned appears to be a red mail box on the street corner, at least from the outside. Inside, it is has a posh residence for DM including a very comfy sofa sectional which doubles as an elevator taking him down numerous levels to his garage where his gorgeous yellow sports car awaits to whisk he and his aide to their next hair-raising adventure.

DM's trusted assistant is the shy and innocent, bespectacled Ernest Penfold, a hamster. Why this loveable little fellow, half the height of his boss, is in this line of work is a mystery as his codename, "the Jigsaw", was given him because "when he is faced with a problem, he goes to pieces".

DM can routinely be found dressed completely in a white jumpsuit, accessorised with a red belt with yellow buckle. He also wears a black patch over his left eye.

That DM is intrepid goes without question but watching his many recorded adventures, it can also be said safely that DM is not particularly bold - or that he is especially battle wise - because there are many instances of his proving that discretion is the better part of valor.

DM is completely fluent in, we are told, 34 different languages, even a couple not from this planet. That latter is especially useful as there are more than a couple of adventures where the dangers or the victims are from literally out of this world.

Chief among his numerous deadly adversaries is the villainous evil Baron Silas Greenback, a toad who talks with a nasally wheeze. A baddy since he was a kid and meanies stole his bicycle, Greenback is always out for anything feloniously profitable and is determined to eventually find a way to crush his constant and lucky nemesis, DM. His distaste for DM is shown by his referring to him often as that "wretched rodent".

YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

Number of Books:2
First Appearance:2016
Last Appearance:2016

1 Licence To Chill Licence To Chill
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 2016

"Licence to Chill is the hilarious story of a brand-new Danger Mouse adventure . . . written by the super secret agent's sidekick, Penfold!
Evil Baron Greenback is threatening to start a new Ice Age with his latest villainous gadget: the Fiendish Fridge-Freezer! Danger Mouse and Penfold must break out of the icicle prison surrounding HQ, battle across London, and put a stop to the Baron's evil scheme before summer ends - FOR EVER."

2 Are We Nearly There, Yeti? Are We Nearly There, Yeti?
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 2016

"Get ready to be gripped by Penfold's latest action-packed adventure story, documenting one of Danger Mouse's most DANGEROUS missions!
Danger Mouse has decided that Penfold needs to learn some survival skills. So he's dragged him off to trek through the Himalayas! But they've not even made it halfway to Everest before their camping trip turns spooky - they seem to be under attack from a mysterious villain! Penfold is convinced that a real-life yeti is out to get them . . . Is he right? Or is there something even more terrifying awaiting them in the mountaintops?"

TELEVISION


Number of Episodes:188
First Appearance:1981
Last Appearance:2019
Network:ITV

REGULAR CAST
David JasonDanger Mouse [ 1-10 ]
Terry ScottPenfold [ 1-10 ]
Edward KelseyColonel K [ 1-10 ]
Edward KelseyBaron Greenback [ 1-10 ]
David JasonNarrator [ 1-10 ]
Alexander ArmstrongDanger Mouse [ 11-12 ]
Kevin EldonPenfold [ 11-12 ]
Stephen FryColonel K [ 11-12 ]
Ed GaughanBaron Greenback [ 11-12 ]
Dave LambNarrator [ 11-12 ]

       Produced by Brian Cosgrove, Danger Mouse came to British television in an animated cartoon show in 1981. It would prove to be quite popular and would survive an impressive number of years, the last new episode coming out nine years after the first.

       It was based on the 20-year-old television drama Danger Man starring Patrick McGoohan but with a silly and amusing twist since the protagonist was an oversized mouse having a rodent as his sidekick, fighting bad guys to save England and the world.
       Though it never won any of them, it was nominated for 11 BAFTA awards throughout its long run.
       Each season of episodes had different lengths, both in how long the episode lasted and how many episodes there were in that season:
Series 1 was 11 episodes each 11 minutes long.
Series 2 was 6 episodes each being 5 segments 5 minutes long.
Series 3 was 5 episodes with the first 3 being again 5-5 and the last 2 being 11 minutes long.
Series 4 was 9 episodes each being 5 segments 5 minutes long.
Series 5 was 10 episodes of 10 minutes each.
Series 6 was 27 episodes of 10 minutes each.
Series 7 was 6 episodes of 25 minutes each.
Series 8 was 2 episodes of 10 minutes each.
Series 9 was 6 episodes of 22 minutes each.
Series 10 was 7 episodes of 22 minutes each.


       In 2015 a revival of the series aired on CBBC which would add even more episodes than the original show produced!


Note: the data for all these episodes, and especially the plot lines, come from the excellent work on Wikipedia's entries for both the original and the revival series.
1 Rogue Robots
Episode S1-1, first aired 09/28/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse discovers that Baron Greenback is behind a wave of attack robots that have been going after agents that work with DM.

2 Who Stole the Bagpipes
Episode S1-2, first aired 09/30/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to Scotland to keep Greenback from destroying the world with music from all the bagpipes in the world. This episode was the modified version of the 2nd pilot.

3 Trouble with Ghosts
Episode S1-3, first aired 10/05/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback captures Colonel K and has the Colonel send Danger Mouse and Penfold on holiday to a haunted castle in Transylvania.

4 Chicken Run
Episode S1-4, first aired 10/07/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback steals a growth serum from Professor von Squawkencluck and with it creates giant chickens to take over the world once and for all. And for once, Penfold saves the day!

5 The Martian Misfit
Episode S1-5, first aired 10/12/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback creates a 'Martian' to keep Danger Mouse busy while he sets out on a crime spree which doesn't last very long!

6 The Dream Machine
Episode S1-6, first aired 10/14/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback puts Danger Mouse and Penfold in his dream machine, where Penfold's random thoughts become reality, usually to the detriment of Danger Mouse.

7 Lord of the Bungle
Episode S1-7, first aired 10/19/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

During an investigation where Danger Mouse and Penfold try to find out why elephants are being turned into sugar cubes, a fall causes Penfold to act weird and do a Tarzan yell that summons elephants to stampede the area.

8 Die Laughing
Episode S1-8, first aired 10/21/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback uses a spray on the world's leaders to cause them to laugh.

9 The World of Machines
Episode S1-9, first aired 10/26/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback kidnaps Penfold to lure Danger Mouse into a spaceship and send both of them to a planet ruled by old fashioned looking machines.

10 Ice Station Camel
Episode S1-10, first aired 10/28/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse must stop Greenback who has placed a device at the North Pole to stop the Earth's rotation and cancel gravity. Title reference: Ice Station Zebra

11 A Plague of Pyramids
Episode S1-11, first aired 12/14/1981
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Greenback has placed a large number of sand pyramids all over England, threatening to sink the island Danger Mouse travels to the Sahara Desert to stop him.

12 Custard
Episode S2-1, first aired 01/04/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

The Earth is flooded with instant custard. Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to outer space to find the Custard Mite of Glut, a small creature that can eat up the custard, but the planet that houses the Mite is controlled by armoured aliens.

13 Close Encounters of the Absurd Kind
Episode S2-2, first aired 01/11/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

When Baron Greenback threatens to take down a tracking station, Danger Mouse and Penfold head to the Bermuda Triangle to stop him. But space aliens abduct them, hoping to probe them for further research. The episode title is a reference to the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind

14 The Duel
Episode S2-3, first aired 01/18/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Baron Greenback challenges Danger Mouse to a duel, where if Danger Mouse wins, Greenback will go straight and be good, but if Greenback wins, Danger Mouse has to quit his job. The duel consists of a series of challenges including a vehicle race, a dark ride / haunted house, a shooting gallery, a high striker carnival game, and a roller coaster. But many of the challenges are rigged with booby traps in Greenback's favor.

15 The Day of the Suds
Episode S2-4, first aired 01/25/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Washing machines from all over London have busted out of their residences and are now under the control of Baron Greenback, who orders them to assemble and to attack Danger Mouse. As Danger Mouse and Penfold evade the washers, they hide out at a junkyard and discover that the washers can be disabled by activating a large electromagnet to attract and drop them into a pit. However, the mass amounts of washers then transform into a large sudsy monster.

16 The Bad Luck Eye of the Little Yellow God
Episode S2-5, first aired 02/01/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Baron Greenback has stolen a gem that is used to shoot a ray beam at people which results in them having extremely bad luck. Danger Mouse manages to get it and attempts to give it back to the original owners who don't really want it back.

17 The Four Tasks of Danger Mouse
Episode S2-6, first aired 02/08/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Greenback kidnaps Penfold to get Danger Mouse to bring him four ingredients needed for an evil spell to take over the world: The hair of a yeti, straw from a witch's broom, a piece of the London fog monster, and the tail feathers of Count Duckula.

18 The Invasion of Colonel 'K
Episode S3-1, first aired 10/04/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Baron Greenback uses a shrink ray to enter Colonel K's body to learn all of the Colonel's secrets. Danger Mouse and Penfold follow, but they get diverted because Greenback changed some of the signs. They also have to deal with the body guarding cells.

19 Danger Mouse Saves the World... Again
Episode S3-2, first aired 10/11/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold try to stop Baron Greenback from destroying all the world's signposts. They travel to an island in the Pacific Ocean where Greenback is holding his annual conference of evil-doers. The villains thwart Danger Mouse's every move at the touch of a button. Danger Mouse gets captured and placed on a table where a machine is going to drain his brain's thoughts. Penfold is captured as well. Just as Danger Mouse is about to lose for good, he wakes up as the whole thing was a dream, but then knows exactly what will happen next.

20 The Odd Ball Runaround
Episode S3-3, first aired 10/18/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to Australia where they pick up top secret plans from an agent rat in the form of a rugby ball. Penfold gets distracted by a boomerang and is later picked up by large bird of prey. Penfold drops the ball into a castle, which happens to be controlled by Baron Greenback. Danger Mouse attempts multiple times to get into the castle but fails, leaving Penfold to dramatically grieve at the supposed loss. They get into the castle but Penfold is captured and Danger Mouse is shot out to a mountain top. Eventually Danger Mouse is able to rescue Penfold and secure the ball, only to find out later from Colonel K that the ball was actually a decoy meant to be given to Greenback.

21 The Strange Case of the Ghost Bus
Episode S3-4, first aired 10/25/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold head to the Indian Ocean to investigate several ship sinkings caused by "ghost buses". The buses turn out to be ice blocks shaped like a London bus created by Baron Greenback.

22 The Trip to America
Episode S3-5, first aired 11/01/1982
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Mike Harding, Brian Trueman

Historic buildings such as Tower of London, Eiffel Tower, Kremlin and the Empire State Building have disappeared. Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to the United States and meet a cowboy named Texas Jack McGraw who got the Tower of London as a result of Baron Greenback's shrink ray. Danger Mouse and Penfold are zapped by Greenback's shrink ray and captured by Nero. Native Americans have captured Greenback, Nero, and Stiletto. Jack rescues Danger Mouse and Penfold, and they in turn rescue Greenback and friends.

23 The Wild, Wild, Goose Chase
Episode S4-1, first aired 01/03/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Keith Scoble, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold are in Hong Kong where they are trying to arrest Baron Greenback. They find a voice-activated computerised device that gives them directions to Greenback's hideout, but in order to get there they have to evade the Hong Kong Tong gang. They then head to a desert pyramid but are chased away by a large mummy. Danger Mouse gets stuck in quicksand while Penfold chases desert mirages. They follow the locator to a jungle and later to the North Pole. It turns out Greenback has used the locator to send the heroes on a wild goose chase all over the world.

24 The Return of Count Duckula
Episode S4-2, first aired 01/10/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writer: Brian Trueman

Baron Greenback gets Count Duckula to use his hypnosis powers to turn members of the British Parliament into show-biz crazy entertainers. In exchange, Count Duckula will get a television show. Danger Mouse and Penfold try to foil his plans, at first by repelling him with bad eggs and rotten cabbage, but Duckula eventually captures the two and forces them to watch his variety television show. Agent 57 disguises as an American talent scout to finally give Duckula his big break.

25 Demons Aren't Dull
Episode S4-3, first aired 01/17/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Keith Scoble, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold must face the demon of the fourth dimension. Danger Mouse is transported onto a This Was Your Life television show, where they highlight several clips from previous episodes that show him in embarrassing and incompetent situations. Danger Mouse is distressed and wants to resign, but Colonel K. assures him that the show never transmitted. When the demon transports the famous buildings to his own dimension using a time corridor, Danger Mouse and Penfold head back to the fourth dimension and deal with the surreal weirdness there. They eventually trick the demon into entering between two gateway doors, and have him shipped to Alpha Centauri.

26 150 Million Years Lost
Episode S4-4, first aired 04/11/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Professor Squakencluck shows off his time machine. However, when Penfold gets too close to the machine's targeted area, he is sucked into the past, 150 million years ago, in exchange for a dinosaur egg. Danger Mouse heads back to look for him. While Squakencluck tries to fix his machine, a Diplodocus who got swapped for Danger Mouse becomes impatient and busts out of the lab. Penfold encounters his ancestors. The prehistoric age gets mixed with the middle ages, causing Danger Mouse to meet an armoured knight. Eventually Danger Mouse is able to return to the present and uses the time machine ray to bring Penfold back to the present but instead of sending the dinosaur back he sends back Nelson's Column.

27 Planet of the Cats
Episode S4-5, first aired 04/18/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

While transporting an unstable serum taken from the Germans, Danger Mouse and Penfold are caught up in lightning storm that causes Penfold to spill the test tube's contents and transports them to the future where the world is ruled by cats who are taking orders from Big Leo, who turns out to be a descendant of Baron Greenback.

28 Four Heads Are Better Than Two
Episode S4-6, first aired 04/25/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

In order to improve productivity, Colonel K teams Danger Mouse up with a robot Penfold, and Penfold with a robot Danger Mouse. The robots prove to be a lot of trouble for the real ones, taking instructions too literally or getting stuck running in circles. Danger Mouse and robot Penfold infiltrate a pinball amusement arcade where they try to find Agent 57 and learn of Baron Greenback's latest plans. But Greenback and Stiletto have been using the place as a secret base. They capture and reprogram robot Penfold, and plan to use the slot machine to hypnotize people so they can take over the world.

29 Tower of Terror
Episode S4-7, first aired 05/09/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold track Greenback down to a New York City skyscraper run by International Oddbods and a guy who wears a bag over his head. Inside, there are all sorts of bizarre things going on. Baron Greenback controls some of it, but then he and Stiletto must flee when they meet a giant gorilla. Danger Mouse gets caught in the gorilla's shenanigans but then the gorilla's day shift ends and they have to deal with the gorilla's replacement.

30 The Great Bone Idol
Episode S4-8, first aired 05/16/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Count Duckula and Greenback team to find the bone idol, an artifact that supposedly has the spirit of Cerberus and that can control all the dogs in the world. Danger Mouse and Penfold follow Duckula to the Himalayas, but have trouble when they are hanging off a cliff. Duckula buys the mystic stick from a guru. Danger Mouse and Penfold steal the stick from Duckula in the Sahara desert and use it to locate the well that has the treasure but guarded by a herd of elephants. Duckula nabs the treasure box with the bone; Danger Mouse tries to take it back but is unsuccessful. Duckula and Greenback activate the bone, summoning all the dogs in the area, but when Duckula accidentally throws the bone back in the box, it locks itself for another thousand years.

31 Public Enemy No. 1
Episode S4-9, first aired 05/23/1983
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold are pursuing Baron Greenback when Danger Mouse hits his head and suffers amnesia. Greenback and Stiletto convince Danger Mouse that he is actually a Robin Hood-type vigilante known as the White Shadow and Danger Mouse takes up a life of crime. Penfold tries to catch White Shadow using a pill that allows him to move at extraordinary speed, but it wears out. Since White Shadow has beaten Greenback to doing all the major crimes, Greenback and Stiletto also try to stop White Shadow, but fail. Penfold tries to whack White Shadow in the head with a mallet to break the latter's amnesia.

32 The Long Lost Crown Affair
Episode S5-1, first aired 02/20/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold have a day off, but they use it to go through the Amazon jungle to look for the long-lost crown of Questzebottle, an Aztec king who is known for inventing the practical joke. As they enter the ruin, Greenback and Nero wait for them, so they can ambush them. Danger Mouse and Penfold must navigate the ruin's traps. The episode title is a reference to The Thomas Crown Affair

33 By George, It's a Dragon!
Episode S5-2, first aired 02/27/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to Wales where they must deal with a fire-breathing dragon. It turns out to be a dragon named Jones who is about the same size as them. As per the customs, Jones abducts the damsel in distress (Penfold) and hides in a nice big castle that was offered by Baron Greenback while Danger Mouse strives to be the rescuer knight. When Jones discovers that Greenback was going to take over and enslave Jones, he goes after Greenback instead.

34 Tiptoe Through the Penfolds
Episode S5-3, first aired 03/05/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Inside the Royal Albert Hall, Greenback reveals his new invention: a duplication machine he plans to use to make hundreds of Greenbacks so that no-one would find the real one. He creates a duplicate of Penfold to test it; however, the machine malfunctions and he is unable to turn it off. Danger Mouse investigates but has to deal with the endless numbers of Penfolds. Title reference: "Tiptoe Through the Tulips

35 Project Moon
Episode S5-4, first aired 03/12/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold journey to the moon to put a radio jamming station Greenback has built there out of operation. While there, Greenback has Stiletto fight them off with some remote controlled mechanical monsters and weapons. Danger Mouse eventually kicks a piece of moon crystal into the base causing it to self-destruct.

36 The Next Ice Age Begins at Midnight..
Episode S5-5, first aired 03/19/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback uses a weather control machine to cover London in 90 metres deep of snow. Danger Mouse and Penfold head to Willesden Green to try to stop him.

37 The Aliens Are Coming
Episode S5-6, first aired 03/26/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold are chosen as ambassadors to meet space aliens. Danger Mouse greets the robotic-looking alien and then tries to demonstrate a hand shake at a pat on the head, but the alien repeats the action too harshly and pats both Danger Mouse and Penfold into the ground. The alien also zaps Penfold into the space above. Danger Mouse gets angry and tries to fight the alien. Eventually it is revealed that the robot was just a small toy to a gigantic alien's child. The real space aliens conclude there is no intelligent life on the planet and leave. The title is a reference to the quote "The British are coming" attributed to Paul Revere.

38 Remote Controlled Chaos
Episode S5-7, first aired 04/02/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback makes a device to control DM's car.

39 The Man from Gadget
Episode S5-8, first aired 04/09/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

A salesman of gadgets for secret agents tries to sell Danger Mouse devices which will help him in reaching Greenback's hard to reach hideout. Title reference: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

40 Tampering with Time Tickles
Episode S5-9, first aired 04/16/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback develops age-altering bombs which turn Danger Mouse into an over eager youth and puts Penfold on the verge of senility.

41 Nero Power
Episode S5-10, first aired 04/30/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Nero gains strange powers (telekenesis), which, he uses to terrorize Danger Mouse and Penfold, after he falls into one of Greenback's inventions.

42 Once upon a Timeslip...
Episode S6-1, first aired 12/25/1984
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Due to a fluke in the narrator's microphone, Danger Mouse and Penfold are transported to the year 1215, where they have to act out characters from Robin Hood: Starring Danger Mouse as Robin Hood, Penfold as Little John, Colonel K as the damsel in distress, and Baron Greenback as the Sheriff of Nottingham.

43 Viva Danger Mouse
Episode S6-2, first aired 01/03/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback harvests Mexico's saguaro cacti and uses them to fill the seat cushions of Britain's leaders, as well as Colonel K's and Danger Mouse's seats. Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to the Chihuahuan Desert to try to stop him

44 Play it again Wufgang
Episode S6-3, first aired 01/10/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Keith Scoble, Nigel Rutter, Brian Trueman

Danger Mouse and Penfold go after a mad composer who has destroyed all the world's music. They must rely on an emergency audio cassette player to help them with their latest mission, leading them to have to play the appropriate background music on their adventure.

45 Hear Hear
Episode S6-4, first aired 01/17/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback has a device that transmits waves to brainwash people. He brainwashes Colonel K to send Danger Mouse and Penfold on a mission to the South Pole, where they have trouble with a mechanical wild goose that lays explosive eggs. Danger Mouse realizes they've been tricked. On the way to Greenback's lair, Danger Mouse gets brainwashed as well, but Penfold, who has been hard of hearing the entire episode, seems to be immune. Stiletto chases down Penfold, but Penfold falls onto the device and turns it off. It is later revealed that Penfold has been wearing ear plugs.

46 Multiplication Fable
Episode S6-5, first aired 01/24/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold meet a space alien who has crash-landed in Birmingham and who has a pet tickle-hi-puss that likes to crawl up Penfold's trouser legs. However, the pet gets loose and whenever there is some physical impact, it multiplies. The episode is a parody of the Star Trek episode, "Trouble with Tribbles

47 The Spy Who Stayed In with a Cold
Episode S6-6, first aired 01/31/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

While Penfold is home with a cold, Danger Mouse gets a mission to deal with the Mongol hordes that have recently acquired motorbikes. In Northern Finland, he meets up with Agent 57, who also has a cold and changes form whenever he sneezes, thanks to messing around with a molecular fragmenter device. Together, they manage to fool Baron Greenback and Stiletto, and then stop the Mongols. Title reference: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold

48 It's All White, White Wonder
Episode S6-7, first aired 02/07/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold find Baron Greenback's hideout, but the Baron has escaped, and Stiletto is left behind in disguise. However, Stiletto gets hit by something that turns him completely white, and somehing almost pulls Penfold down the sink drain. It turns out there is an enzyme monster from the Wonder White Soap Company that is loose in the London drains and turning everything all white.

49 The Hickory Dickory Dock Dilemma
Episode S6-8, first aired 02/14/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Danger Mouse and Penfold head to the Tower of London to look for thieves that are after the crown jewels. They find a grandfather clock but when they enter it, they find they are actually in a time machine. They travel to the time of Stonehenge and then to an age where there are sea pirates. They also travel to the future where Danger Mouse encounters a security robot and a kingdom ruled by a large descendant of Penfold.

50 What a 3 Point Turn-up for the Book
Episode S6-9, first aired 02/21/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse finds out he needs to hurry to attend an award ceremony, but the Mark III somehow cops an attitude and refuses to be controlled. Danger Mouse and Penfold spent most of the episode trying to chase the Mark III down.

51 Quark! Quark!
Episode S6-10, first aired 02/28/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Space alien J. J. Quark announces that he is going to claim the Earth as his. Danger Mouse and Penfold disguise themselves in a horse costume and meet J. J. with intentions to settle with a tour of the Earth and sharing tea. J. J. doesn't want to do so and plans to blast Danger Mouse but J. J.'s robot assistant Grovell, keeps groveling at any mention of his name and gets in the way of the blasts, resulting in falling to pieces and having to get repaired. Penfold ultimately gets out of the costume but when J. J. sees Penfold, he laughs uncontrollably and retreats.

52 Alping is Snow Easy Matter
Episode S6-11, first aired 03/07/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Danger Mouse and Penfold must stop Baron Greenback from using a heat ray to melt the polar ice caps to cause a flood so he can make a fortune selling inflatable boats and rubber ducks. They head to the Alps but find that Greenback's lair is blocked by a force field. They sneak in by tunneling in the snow and find themselves in a tunnel where a train knocks them to the secret lair. Danger Mouse tricks Stiletto and Penfold binds him. Danger Mouse then uses a titanium mirror to deflect Greenback's ray gun blast to destroy the lair.

53 Aaagghg!! Spiders!
Episode S6-12, first aired 03/14/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Penfold and Danger Mouse are shocked to find a giant spider in their bathroom. All of London has been covered in spider webbing, so Colonel K. tasks Danger Mouse and Penfold to put a stop to it. They discover it is the work of Stiletto, who while Greenback is on vacation in Paris, has been flying around in a vehicle and shooting a ray that enlarges all spiders.

54 One of our Stately Homes Is Missing
Episode S6-13, first aired 03/21/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

An old English manor was moved away and held for ransom. Danger Mouse and Penfold meet with members of the Building Location and Emergency Expedition Platoon (B.L.E.E.P.) to recover it. The title is a reference to the film: One of Our Aircraft is Missing

55 Afternoon Off with the Fangboner!
Episode S6-14, first aired 03/28/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold are golfing when they are called by Colonel K to meet with space alien J. J. Quark, who wants to make a treaty with them in North Africa. But J. J. surprises them by releasing a voracious beast called the Fangboner which chases them in the Mark III all over the place. After the Mark III crashes, the Fangboner attacks and eats Penfold's humbugs. Danger Mouse lures the Fangboner back into J. J.'s spaceship.

56 Beware of Mexicans Delivering Milk
Episode S6-15, first aired 04/04/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

When Danger Mouse drinks milk that has been drugged with a sedative, he feels very weak and groggy, and thus Penfold must lead the charge to fight El Loco, a Mexican bandit, who intends to rob the Bank of England.

57 CATastrophe
Episode S6-16, first aired 04/11/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Color K. is kidnapped by a mechanical cat named P.A.W.S. Danger Mouse and Penfold head to Castle Nasty to try to rescue him, but P.A.W.S. is outwitting them because he has been programmed to read Danger Mouse's brain waves. It turns out Greenback is behind the abduction.

58 The Good the Bad and the Motionless
Episode S6-17, first aired 04/18/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse investigates strange goings-on at Stonehenge only to battle his devilish alter-ego. Title reference: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

59 Statues
Episode S6-18, first aired 04/25/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Greenback devises a ray that animates London's statues and causes them to wreak havoc. Danger Mouse coaxes Greenback into taking a statue of him, but when Greenback animates it, he is shocked to find that underneath it is a statue of Monsieur Smaquing Lipps, a chef who popularized frog legs.

60 The Clock Strikes Back
Episode S6-19, first aired 05/02/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

The time-travelling grandfather clock makes its return as it appears at Windsor Castle. A wizard named Master Hooter de la Beck Longsnout, or Snozzle for short, tells Danger Mouse and Penfold that he is the rival of Merlin from King Arthur's times, and that he plans to take over the world. He puts weighted boots on Danger Mouse and turns Penfold into a chicken, but when he tries to zap them again the powers bounce off a mirror and turn them back to normal. Danger Mouse and Penfold get into a suit of armor which blocks Snozzle's powers. Snozzle escapes into the clock. Title reference: The Empire Strikes Back

61 Ee-Tea!
Episode S6-20, first aired 05/09/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Greenback has London at a standstill after he steals all of the world's tea. Danger Mouse and Penfold head to the Bombay docks which has the last of the tea stocks, board a crate and find themselves launched into outer space into a Greenback's satellite shaped like a teapot. They bring the teapot back to Earth where it lands in the ocean. Title Reference: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.

62 Bandits Beans and Ballyhoo!
Episode S6-21, first aired 05/23/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Unpacking from a holiday in Mexico, Penfold discovers El Loco hiding in his suitcase. El Loco gets loose and goes on a crime spree in London.

63 Have You Fled from any Good Books Lately?
Episode S6-22, first aired 05/30/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Penfold gets a pop-up book of monsters from a mysterious book sales club, but it turns out to be from J.J. Quark who turns the monsters in the book alive. Danger Mouse eventually turns the tide by drawing in a monster of his own.

64 Tut, Tut, It's not Pharaoh
Episode S6-23, first aired 06/06/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Greenback sets out to steal an ancient Egyptian amulet by following Danger Mouse and Penfold as they head to the Great Pyramid of Giza. Danger Mouse and Penfold encounter a large mummy who acts as a parking attendant. Inside the pyramid, they fall through some traps. They eventually find the amulet, but are about to be captured by Greenback, but the amulet's powers wrap Greenback and Stiletto in mummy bandages.

65 Lost, Found and Spellbound
Episode S6-24, first aired 06/13/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold had to the China seas to look for Professor Squakencluck who, despite having invented an object that can never be lost, ends up dropping the item in a remote island and getting lost himself. Danger Mouse must deal with a crafty witch doctor, while Penfold stumbles into other jungle perils.

66 Penfold BF
Episode S6-25, first aired 06/20/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Brian Cosgrove

Penfold swallows Professor Squakencluck's new pill and is turned into a superhero called the Blue Flash. But he causes Danger Mouse more problems than usual as they try to catch a lost messenger pigeon.

67 Mechanised Mayhem
Episode S6-26, first aired 06/27/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Under orders from a supercomputer, all the world's machines mutiny and refuse to do their jobs.

68 Journey to the Earth's Cor!
Episode S6-27, first aired 12/26/1985
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Penfold and Danger Mouse journey to the center of the Earth to stop a loud noise that originates there.

69 DM on the Orient Express
Episode S7-1, first aired 11/13/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Brian Trueman, Chris Randall

While vacationing in the canals of Venice, Danger Mouse and Penfold bump into a highway undergoing construction, being built by Baron Greenback, who holds a document that allows him to construct whatever he wants. Danger Mouse takes the document and hands it to Penfold to hide it, but Penfold loses it in the canal where it is eaten by a fish. Colonel K has Danger Mouse and Penfold board the Orient Express with the supposed document, but Greenback has hired assassins to foil their plans. Title reference: Murder on the Orient Express

70 The Ultra Secret Secret
Episode S7-2, first aired 11/20/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Angus Allan, Jean Flynn

Greenback offers to team up with Danger Mouse in order to thwart an alien invasion. Professor Sqawkencluck outfits the Space Hopper with a secret weapon. Danger Mouse and Penfold head to Greenback's space station but they get lost in the station's vastness. Greenback has Stiletto steal the secret weapon, as he is the mastermind behind the fake invasion fleet.

71 Duckula Meets Frankenstoat
Episode S7-3, first aired 11/27/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold are on holiday in the Bernese Alps when they get a call to deal with Count Duckula, who has teamed up with Dr. Frankenstoat to take over the world with a vampire-making machine.

72 Where There's a Well There's a Way
Episode S7-4, first aired 12/04/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold are sent to find Merlin's magic inkwell which will grant the finder a wish. They go on a treasure hunt by following a series of clues. However, the mysterious and scary-looking Copper-Conk Cassidy is on their tail, after eavesdropping the information given from Colonel K, with desires of using the well to rule the world.

73 All Fall Down
Episode S7-5, first aired 12/11/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse must recover plans to a top secret device capable of shattering the world.

74 Tide of the Turn
Episode S7-6, first aired 12/18/1986
Director: Chris Randall
Writers: Brian Trueman, Chris Randall

London appears to be flooded in water, and its citizens have to crowd up in the top parts of its buildings. Danger Mouse and Penfold discover that the nearby sea has been emptied. Prof. Squawkencluck explains that the tidal patterns from the moon's gravitational pull are messed up. Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to the moon and find that the crater of Copernicus has been filled with a metal scrapyard of space debris. They negotiate with a space alien to buy the debris and settle with giving up Penfold's eyebrows.

75 Gremlin Alert
Episode S8-1, first aired 02/20/1987
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold head to outer space where they find a station has been beaming darkness onto the Earth. On the station they encounter a fearsome gremlin which operates on reverse logic; everything that Danger Mouse and Penfold say they'll do becomes the opposite. Danger Mouse and Penfold try to say the opposite, and eventually Danger Mouse is able to outwit the gremlin with self-contradicting logic.

76 Cor! What a Picture!
Episode S8-2, first aired 02/27/1987
Director: Brian Cosgrove
Writers: Brian Trueman, Angus Allan

Penfold takes a long time to have his passport photos taken at a booth, but he gets a sheet that says "You have broken the lens." Greenback uses Penfold's photos and a mind-control device to manipulate Penfold into becoming an assassin who attacks Danger Mouse as if he were Cato Fong from The Pink Panther. Danger Mouse finds Greenback's hideout and foils his plan using a photo of Greenback's mother to turn Greenback into a nag on himself.

77 I Spy with My Little Eye...
Episode S9-1, first aired 01/03/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Brian Trueman, Keith Scoble

Danger Mouse and Penfold head to the North Pole on news that Baron Greenback and Stiletto have been selling over a thousand heat lamps to the Eskimos and causing the polar ice caps to melt.

78 Bigfoot Falls
Episode S9-2, first aired 01/10/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Keith Scoble

Colonel K thinks Danger Mouse has camouflaged himself and starts rambling. After Danger Mouse arrives to straighten up things, Danger Mouse and Penfold head to Canada to track down a Bigfoot that has been crushing the local villages and landscape. When they find it, they discover he's actually friendly, but suffers from extreme bouts of sore feet and forgets that he has rampaged. After rescuing a guy from the local Mohawk ribe, Danger Mouse and Penfold discover that he is a member of the RCMP - Royal Canadian Mounted Podiatrists.

79 The Statue of Liberty Caper
Episode S9-3, first aired 01/17/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Brian Trueman, Brian Cosgrove

Penfold has been littering their home with the crumbs of his aunt's cookies. Danger Mouse and Penfold go to the United States to stop Greenback who has stolen a bunch of landmarks from New York City including the Statue of Liberty. After meeting up with the president, they head to Liberty Island and discover there is sand from the Nevada desert. They head to the desert and discover a big X on the ground where Greenback then drops the statue on top of them. Danger Mouse and Greenback try to outdo each other in guessing what the other is guessing, and Penfold reunites with his aunt.

80 Penfold Transformed
Episode S9-4, first aired 01/24/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Brian Trueman, Chris Randall

Dr Crumhorn holds Penfold captive and has created a robot duplicate of him (which is far more efficient than the original). At the push of a button, it transforms into a giant machine intent on destroying Danger Mouse and his pillar box. Meanwhile, envious of Crumhorn's own plan, Greenback has Stiletto disguised as Penfold in costume in his attempt to hack into Danger Mouse's pillar box.

81 A Dune with a View
Episode S9-5, first aired 01/31/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Keith Scoble

The Mark III runs out of fuel, leaving DM and Penfold stranded in the Sahara Desert.

82 Don Coyote and Sancho Penfold
Episode S9-6, first aired 02/07/1991
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Brian Trueman, Chris Randall

While on holiday in Spain, Penfold is kidnapped by a mad Coyote who thinks he is Don Quixote. They go tilting at a windmill that happens to contain Baron Greenback's latest device for world domination.

83 Crumhorn Strikes Back!
Episode S10-1, first aired 02/06/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writer: Brian Trueman

Dr Crumhorn returns and uses his transformation pills to turn himself into a little girl in an attempt to get Danger Mouse to break into Fort Knox. This episode is seemingly treated as an introduction to Dr Crumhorn; hence it is a possible prequel to "Penfold Transformed" (in his debut appearance). Title reference: The Empire Strikes Back

84 Ants, Trees and... Whoops-A-Daisy
Episode S10-2, first aired 02/13/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writer: Brian Trueman

Just as Penfold should be meeting his Aunt at the airport, he and Danger Mouse are sent to the Amazon jungle where a tribe have been sacrificing people to The Great Ant God from Ataxia.

85 There's a Penfold in my Suit
Episode S10-3, first aired 02/20/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Brian Cosgrove

Penfold puts on Danger Mouse's suit and can't get out, causing Colonel K to think he is Danger Mouse. Later, DM and Penfold go to Bratislavakia to find out why all the countries of Central Europe have swapped places. There, they, Greenback and Stiletto all fall foul of a mystical stone that causes people to swap bodies.

86 Rhyme and Punishment
Episode S10-4, first aired 02/27/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Keith Scoble, Trevor Hyatt

Dr Crumhorn "Ka-zonks" DM and Penfold into a hallucinatory world in an attempt to drive them crazy. Title reference: Crime and Punishment

87 Pillow Fright!
Episode S10-5, first aired 03/05/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Jonathan Trueman, Keith Scoble

Greenback attempts to take over England with his latest invention...an army of remote control, allergy causing pillows.

88 Heavy Duty
Episode S10-6, first aired 03/08/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Brian Trueman, Jonathan Trueman, Keith Scoble

Crumhorn invents a chemical that allows him to create land sharks to terrorize London. Things get even more complicated when Penfold eats some of the formula.

89 The Intergalactic 147
Episode S10-7, first aired 03/19/1992
Director: Keith Scoble
Writers: Jimmy Hibbert, Keith Scoble

A giant spaceship is spotted heading for Earth. It's part of the "Intergalactic 147" snooker game and it wants to pot the Earth into a black hole. This is the series finale.

90 Danger Mouse Begins... Again
Episode S11-1, first aired 09/28/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Danger Mouse and Penfold are back but are fired for destroying London. Baron Greenback, seemingly reformed as Baron Silas von Greenback, creates an army of robots to protect the world's leaders. However, Danger Mouse suspects Greenback is up to no good.

91 Danger at C Level
Episode S11-2, first aired 09/29/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Nathan Cockerill

Penfold's sick of getting injured on missions, so Danger Mouse agrees to take him on holiday. But then mutant sea monsters start to menace the world and Danger Mouse must decide between his mission and his friend.

92 Greenfinger
Episode S11-3, first aired 09/30/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Danger Mouse tries to prove to Professor Squawkencluck that he can be trusted, but accidentally allows a strange and inexplicably Welsh alien plant, named Evans, to grow all over the Earth. Worse, Penfold can't stop making jam!

93 Planet of the Toilets
Episode S11-4, first aired 10/01/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

An artificially intelligent robotic toilet, through Penfold's own fault, reinvents itself as "Dr Loo-cifer" and leads a revolt of the world's toilets.

94 Pink Dawn
Episode S11-5, first aired 10/02/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse must embrace his feminine side to stop the pink-obsessed supervillain, the Princess, from turning the whole world girly.

95 Big Head Awakens
Episode S11-6, first aired 10/05/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Andrew Burrell

Professor Squawkencluck's new security system goes berserk and must be stopped – if only DM and the Professor could stop arguing for long enough.

96 The World Wide Spider
Episode S11-7, first aired 10/06/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

A giant spider is rampaging across the world and Danger Mouse must stop it... or at least he would, if not for his Arachnophobia.

97 The Other Day the Earth Stood Still
Episode S11-8, first aired 10/07/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Rob Sprackling, John Smith

Greenback's plague of red traffic lights brings all the world's traffic to a standstill – and then he puts a red light in orbit, and the world itself gets brought to a standstill and everything floats into space - except for the Baron due to shoes that stick to the floor!

98 Welcome to Danger World!
Episode S11-9, first aired 10/08/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

An alien huckster, named Quark, makes Danger Mouse the most popular tourist attraction in the universe.

99 Jeopardy Mouse
Episode S11-10, first aired 10/09/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Danger Mouse must work with America's best secret agent, Jeopardy Mouse, to foil Greenback's scheme to rearrange the countries, but DM's showboating does not endear him to Jeopardy's no-nonsense attitude.

100 The Return of Danger K
Episode S11-11, first aired 10/12/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

When an old enemy, Birch Badboy, comes to take over the world via rudeness, Colonel K must return to his secret agent job, as Danger K, to stop him from turning everyone rude.

101 Big Penfold
Episode S11-12, first aired 10/13/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Howard Read, Chris Chantler

Professor Squawkencluck makes a growing/shrinking invention to save the world from a meteor attack. When Penfold is accidentally turned huge, trying to stretch his trousers after they got shrunk in the hot wash, DM figures out it could actually be helpful to save the world.

102 The Unusual Suspects
Episode S11-13, first aired 10/14/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

The secret service agents have suspicions that someone is trying to take a new chemical from them, and all fingers of suspicion are pointing towards Colonel K.

103 Danger Fan
Episode S11-14, first aired 10/15/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Emma Kennedy

Danger Mouse's biggest fan, named Ian, known as the Danger Fan, comes to visit, on the same day as his yearly inspection. Unfortunately, Danger Mouse fails to capture his enemies.

104 Quark Games
Episode S11-15, first aired 10/16/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Quark traps Danger Mouse, Penfold and Jeopardy Mouse in his new game where old foes return.

105 The Snowman Cometh
Episode S11-16, first aired 12/16/2015
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

The Snowman is fed up of Christmas and being made fun of for being considered harmless, so he steals Santa Claus' powerful hat, when he has had enough of being made fun of. Danger Mouse and Penfold must get it back in order to save Christmas.

106 The Inventor Preventer
Episode S11-17, first aired 02/15/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Howard Read

Danger Mouse and Penfold must prevent Isambard King Kong Brunel from travelling back in time and un-inventing the world.

107 Never Say Clever Again
Episode S11-18, first aired 02/16/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

After all the other Danger Agents, and Penfold, become super-intelligent, as a result of eating brainpower-enhancing celery, Danger Mouse considers looking for a new job. However, there is a little hitch in the celery, as Nero, on Greenback's orders, snuck into HQ and his DNA polluted the gene pool.

108 Sinister Mouse
Episode S11-19, first aired 02/17/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

An evil version of Danger Mouse escapes from a parallel dimension, called the Twystyverse, and teams up with Greenback to defeat his good counterpart.

109 There's No Place Like Greenback
Episode S11-20, first aired 02/18/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse and Penfold become reluctant surrogate parents to Baron Greenback, who seems to have accidentally erased his own memory when his latest evil scheme goes wrong.

110 From Duck to Dawn
Episode S11-21, first aired 02/19/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

While on a mission in Transylvania, Danger Mouse and Penfold meet a show-obsessed vampire duck named Count Duckula, who is determined to take over the world, one terrible TV show at a time. He also turns the watchers (including Penfold) into vegetables!

111 Happy Boom Day!
Episode S11-22, first aired 02/22/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Danger Mouse's plans for Professor Squawkencluck's surprise birthday party get a hiatus when Baron von Greenback unleashes killer birthday presents upon the world to avenge his own birthday and to claim the earth as his ultimate present.

112 Frankensquawk's Monster
Episode S11-23, first aired 02/23/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

When Professor Squawkencluck's mother comes to visit HQ, a giant mutant rubbish monster is not too far behind.

113 Escape From Big Head
Episode S11-24, first aired 02/24/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Professor Squawkencluck attempts to reactivate her "Big Head" security system, but it goes into lockdown once again and imprisons everyone in a maximum-security dungeon.

114 Megahurtz Attacks
Episode S11-25, first aired 02/25/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Sophie Petzal

A failed attempt to boost Penfold's self-confidence leads to a super-powerful game monster escaping into the real world.

115 The Hamster Effect
Episode S11-26, first aired 02/26/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

To prevent them from ruining his evil plans again, the deranged time-travelling chimp, Brunel, travels back in time to prevent Danger Mouse and Penfold from ever meeting.

116 The Good, the Baaaaa and the Ugly
Episode S11-27, first aired 06/03/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Andrew Burrell

When Danger Mouse and Penfold are sent on a rescue mission to a mysterious island, Danger Mouse's over-competitiveness borders on criminal.

117 Attack of the Clowns
Episode S11-28, first aired 06/27/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse's uncontrollable laughter annoys a race of clown aliens, named the Bozorians, so much that they invade Earth!

118 Cheesemageddon
Episode S11-29, first aired 06/28/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Nathan Cockerill

Danger Mouse and the Baron are forced to team up to defeat a villain who is obsessed with cheese, Monsieur Aubrey le Camambert.

119 Queen of Weevils
Episode S11-30, first aired 06/29/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Whilst trying to prove that magic doesn't exist, Danger Mouse accidentally unleashes an evil magical queen into the world!

120 Hail Hydrant
Episode S11-31, first aired 06/30/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse must battle a criminal organisation called Hydrant after finding out he has lost Agent Of The Month to Jeopardy Mouse.

121 Wicked Leaks
Episode S11-32, first aired 07/01/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Tony Cooke

Penfold's addiction to social media helps the Baron turn all of DM's secrets against him in order for him to use Big Ben as a diamond-tipped drill to ball through the Earth for the tonnes of gold, in the Earth's core.

122 Tomorrow Never Comes
Episode S11-33, first aired 07/04/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

The Princess is back and erases all weekdays so she can play at the weekend forever! Danger Mouse must ruin everyone's lives by fixing the problem.

123 Half the World is Enough
Episode S11-34, first aired 07/05/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Reid Harrison

When Danger Mouse is responsible for Professor Squawkencluck losing her job, his clumsy attempts to get her back help the Baron split the Earth in two.

124 Send in the Clones
Episode S11-35, first aired 07/06/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Josh Weinstein

The dynamic duo take on a shoddy army of knock-offs when Quark's latest money-making scheme is to create cheap copies of Danger Mouse and Penfold.

125 Masters of the Twystyverse
Episode S11-36, first aired 07/07/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

DM and Penfold travel to the Twystyverse in a bid to stop Penfold's evil counterpart, Baron Silas von Penfold, from taking over both versions of the Earth.

126 Danger is Forever
Episode S11-37, first aired 10/03/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mick O'Hara, Ciaran Morrison

When the Baron speeds up the rotation of the Earth using windmills, DM and Penfold age 300 years and must take on their nemesis as very old individuals.

127 Very Important Penfold
Episode S11-38, first aired 10/04/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

When Penfold saves a celebrity from certain doom he becomes a media sensation. DM smells a rat, or at least some evil villainous hamster from another dimension.

128 The Cute Shall Inherit the Earth
Episode S11-39, first aired 10/05/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Lucy Guy

The plucky rodent springs into action when cute kittens start infiltrating positions of authority in London.

129 All 5 It
Episode S11-40, first aired 10/06/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Mike Benner

The crimebusting rodent goes undercover as the fifth member of Quark's mega-popular boy band discovering his inner performer while Penfold discovers a musical plot to destroy the world.

130 Dream Worrier
Episode S11-41, first aired 10/07/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

DM takes on Quark again, but this time in his strangest setting yet: Penfold's dreams!

131 The Confidence Trick
Episode S11-42, first aired 10/10/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse's confidence takes a hit when the Baron accidentally steals it and invigorates his shy daughter, Delilah von Greenback, to create a criminal mastermind! But unfortunately, his plans backfire when she wants to become an evil mastermind herself! Can "The Scrapbook of Momentous Mouse Moments" help DM find it within himself to fight back, or will Delilah make her own planet of planets, called "Delilahiana".

132 The Spy Who Came In With A Cold
Episode S11-43, first aired 10/11/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Danielle Ward

Greenback unleashes a new strain of elephant flu upon the world! Will Penfold's immunity to the virus save the day, or will his fear of elephants doom the world?

133 Sir Danger de Mouse
Episode S11-44, first aired 10/12/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

The Queen of Weevils returns and convinces DM he's a medieval knight in order to escape from a secure prison - can Penfold break the spell and prevent London becoming a medieval city?

134 The Duckula Show
Episode S11-45, first aired 10/13/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Danger Mouse faces the prospect of being written out of his own show, after Count Duckula kidnaps the writers and forces them to make him the star.

135 Agent 58
Episode S11-46, first aired 10/14/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Howard Read, Chris Chantler

It's Crimicon - the Annual Criminal World Convention - and DM and Penfold are joined by a brand new secret agent, named Agent 58, to stop Brunel from selling a potentially catastrophic custard bomb doomsday weapon. But, unfortunately for them, he's sold it to Baron Greenback!

136 Thanks a Minion!
Episode S11-47, first aired 10/17/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Mark Banker

Stiletto plots to destroy the world with robot termites, if he doesn't get the Best Minion Award at the Sidekickie Awards, and DM gets overly enthusiastic for Penfold to win the Best Sidekick Award.

137 High School Inedible
Episode S11-48, first aired 10/18/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Merrill Hagan

DM and Penfold go back to school to thwart the plans of an evil food scientist, named Professor Ham Hands and his killer hot dogs. Also, Danger Mouse needs to pass his final science test or his spy license will be revoked.

138 Mousefall
Episode S11-49, first aired 10/19/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Danger Mouse encounters his toughest challenge of the series as the maniacal trillionaire known as Crumhorn, releases every enemy DM has ever battled. Once all the villains are defeated, except for the Princess (who is Crumhorn's daughter), he and Penfold go after her and DM fights Crumhorn. While fighting Crumhorn, he gets zapped by guns and lazers. Has the world's greatest secret agent survived this epic battle with Crumhorn and been buried under the rubble, or is this the end of Danger Mouse as we know it?

139 Mouse Rise
Episode S11-50, first aired 10/20/2016
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Penfold and Crumhorn find out that Danger Mouse is still alive, but is lost in a jungle. Penfold sets out to rescue him while Crumhorn is set on destroying him. When they arrive, they find out that DM has amnesia and can't remember anything so he can't stop Crumhorn leaving the rest of the agency to stop him. Can Penfold, Professor Squawkencluck and Colonel K stop Crumhorn, will DM get his memory back or will Crumhorn take over the world?

140 Dark Dawn
Episode S12-1, first aired 06/14/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

The Princess becomes a teenager, known as Dark Dawn, and she forgets about Mr. Snuggles, who turns all the teddies in the world, including Penfold's teddy bear, Bernard, evil that can help him attack the world, due to Dawn's changes as a teenager.

141 The Admirable Penfold
Episode S12-2, first aired 06/14/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Merrill Hagan

Penfold and Baron von Greenback are forced to ally when they get stranded on an island.

142 Colonel Danger Mouse
Episode S12-3, first aired 09/04/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

When Colonel K goes on holiday, Danger Mouse steps in. However, he can't handle the paperwork, do the missions himself or control the agents. Worse, Colonel K has been kidnapped by Baron von Greenback!

143 Ernest Penfold and the Half Price Wand
Episode S12-4, first aired 09/05/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Envious at Danger Mouse's ever-growing medal collection, Penfold falls under the spell of Quark's latest money-making scheme.

144 Squawkenbard Kingcluck Brunel
Episode S12-5, first aired 09/06/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Danielle Ward

Professor Squawkencluck's body swap with King Kong Brunel has dire consequences at the annual science convention.

145 Live and Let Cry
Episode S12-6, first aired 09/07/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Jessica Ransom

Danger Mouse leads the Danger Babies astray after he tells them a story that he, Penfold, Professor Squawkencluck and Colonel K are all villains in disguise.

146 Lost Tempers in Space
Episode S12-7, first aired 09/08/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse and Jeopardy's inability to work together after a mission in space goes wrong forces each of them to strike out on their own, with DM coming face to face with an old adversary.

147 The Toad Who Would Be King
Episode S12-8, first aired 09/11/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

The Baron's love for The Queen of Great Goldlandia threatens to bring Danger Mouse to his knees when the Baron becomes king and DM becomes his personal bodyguard!

148 I Believe In Danger Mouse
Episode S12-9, first aired 09/12/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

The cult of cats from "The Cute Shall Inherit the Earth" adopt Danger Mouse as their leader.

149 Thanksgiving Sinner
Episode S12-10, first aired 09/13/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Merrill Hagan

Danger Mouse and Penfold get a taste of Thanksgiving when they join Jeopardy Mouse in America. When in America with Jeopardy, they discover that Professor Ham Hands has joined Hydrant.

150 Big Trouble In Little Clowntown
Episode S12-11, first aired 09/14/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Reid Harrison

Professor Squawkencluck's seriousizer is nabbed by Pompom, the fun and laughter-hating president of the clown planet of Bozoria.

151 Quantum Of Rudeness
Episode S12-12, first aired 09/15/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Andrew Burrell

The 'ping' of a microwave causes Danger Mouse to blast a hole in the wall of Squawkencluck's laboratory and inadvertently discover (and create) Birch Badboy's origins.

152 A Loo to A Kill
Episode S12-13, first aired 09/18/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

During filming for a film adaptation of the events of "Planet of the Toilets", Colonel K and Professor Squawkencluck are zapped and turned into toilets.

153 Roll of the Mice
Episode S12-14, first aired 09/19/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Michael Benner

Ian, the Danger Fan, traps Danger Mouse and Jeopardy in an interactive board game and forces Penfold to play for his friends' lives!

154 Gold Flinger
Episode S12-15, first aired 09/20/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Danger Mouse's addiction to challenges threatens the world when Quark tricks him into transporting a ticking timebomb back to Earth!

155 There's Something About Scarlett
Episode S12-16, first aired 09/21/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

When Penfold scores a date with superstar Scarlett Johamster, Danger Mouse and the Professor provide conflicting advice.

156 Groundmouse Day
Episode S12-17, first aired 09/22/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Penfold must repeat the same day over and over again to stop a time-altering Duckula from framing DM.

157 Dry Hard
Episode S12-18, first aired 09/25/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

A late night scary movie makes Penfold even extra jittery, forcing Danger Mouse to make his sidekick sit out the latest mission which is to stop the Baron from flooding the world.

158 Day of the Derek
Episode S12-19, first aired 09/26/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Howard Read, Chris Chantler

Derek Mollar a geeky descendant of DM, travels back in time to try to stop Danger Mouse from destroying the world.

159 Crumfan
Episode S12-20, first aired 09/27/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse and Penfold arrive at the UN to scenes of quarrelling diplomats, caused by a sabotaged translation system. They also discover Ian has become a fan of Crumhorn.

160 Nero Come Home
Episode S12-21, first aired 09/28/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Nick Ostler, Mark Huckerby

Danger Mouse and Squawk discover the Baron's plans to brainwash the world's pets into becoming his personal army of slaves, while Nero ends up in Penfold's care.

161 Dark Side of the Mouse
Episode S12-22, first aired 09/29/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Ben Ward

Crumhorn is back! Danger Mouse has released him by mistake! He, now, uses a ray that controls people and gets Ivana the Invisible, Megahurtz, Rocket Sloth and Baron von Greenback to help him defeat Crumhorn. But is DM starting to turn villainous in the process?

162 The Scare Mouse Project
Episode S12-23, first aired 10/31/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writer: Andrew Burrell

Danger Mouse learns the meaning of fear when he meets a hair-raisingly spooky villain!

163 Yule Only Watch Twice
Episode S12-24, first aired 12/15/2017
Director: Robert Cullen
Writers: Ben Ward, Andrew Burrell

Whilst driving, the lights go out and the Danger Car disappears. When the lights come back on, DM and Penfold discover that they're on "The Jimmy Camel Show", which looks back at the pairs actions from the past two series, but Penfold is suspicious.

164 Twysted Sister
Episode S12-25, first aired 09/17/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Neil Mukopadhyay

After she is accidentally regressed to a teen, Danger Mouse must summon Squawk's Twystyverse counterpart to talk some sense into her.

165 Grand Stressed Auto
Episode S12-26, first aired 09/18/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Alex Collier

Danger Mouse inherits the ancient but spritely MK3 car after the beloved MK4 gets jammed-up (literally). But Penfold is suspicious when the MK3 is determined to have DM all to himself.

166 Clash of the Odd-esy
Episode S12-27, first aired 09/19/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Andrew Burrell

Danger Mouse arrives in ancient Greece and befriends Zeus, who grants him godly powers.

167 Henemy of the State
Episode S12-28, first aired 09/20/2018
Director: Adian McAteer
Writer: Alex Collier

Danger Mouse is left gadget-less when an unappreciated Squawk leaves the Danger Agency to work for tech genius Elon Muskrat, unaware he is actually Greenback in disguise!

168 For Your Insides Only
Episode S12-29, first aired 09/21/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Penfold takes a trip inside Danger Mouse's body to save him from a deadly aversion to his own heroism.

169 A Fistful of Penfolds
Episode S12-30, first aired 09/24/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Andrew Burrell

The danger agents are at Squawk's super-secret wild-west testing facility, home to a society of Penbots, robots who have a rather familiar face.

170 Daylight Savings Crime
Episode S12-31, first aired 09/25/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Tobi Wilson

Danger Mouse and Penfold are celebrating another noisy victory, gleefully ringing Big Ben's bell when an over-excited Penfold falls, pushing the clock hand forward and causing the sun to go down prematurely, which a mysterious new villain plots to take advantage of!

171 The Law of Beverages
Episode S12-32, first aired 09/26/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Matt Owen

Baron Greenback brews a plot to steal every beverage on the planet and mix them all together, turning Earth's drinks into an un-drinkable, disgusting sludge whilst rendering all of DM's allies unable to help him!

172 Licence to Care
Episode S12-33, first aired 09/27/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Stephie Theodora, David Quantick

A mishap on a mission leaves Danger Mouse confused - why is Penfold not talking to him?

173 Force of Nature
Episode S12-34, first aired 09/28/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Karen Reed

Danger Mouse's over-reliance on gadgets prompts Colonel K to send his top agent on a tech-free nature retreat, but unfortunately for DM, Delilah has also been sent there by Greenback due to her own overuse of her tech.

174 No More Mr Ice Guy
Episode S12-35, first aired 10/01/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Merrill Hagan

The Snowman is hired as Danger Mouse's new sidekick, leaving Penfold without a job.

175 Bot Battles
Episode S12-36, first aired 10/02/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Danielle Ward

There's relief all around when Penfold's pilfering of Squawk's gadgets and clandestine late-night trips to shady warehouses turns out to be in preparation for his taking part in 'bot battles', which is actually a trap set by Megahurtz.

176 Rodent Recall
Episode S12-37, first aired 10/03/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Danger Mouse and Penfold are in a training simulation when one of DM's flying kicks damages the holodeck with catastrophic consequences. They wake to find they have been in a three-year dream, that they aren't secret agents and work in IT instead, and the Danger Agency has been a figment of their imaginations! Whilst Penfold and Squawk quickly settle into a life of menial office work, DM struggles to accept life as Dane G. Mouse. Or is this boring new life not what it appears to be?

177 A Fear to Remember
Episode S12-38, first aired 10/31/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Sarah Morgan

Danger Mouse faces the Queen of Weevils in a fearful Halloween Special.

178 Melted
Episode S12-39, first aired 12/17/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Ciaran Murtagh, Andrew Jones

Danger Mouse reluctantly takes a role in Pink Dawn's musical re-enactment of "Melted" for a double-length, all-singing, all-dancing special.

179 We Aren't Family
Episode S12-40, first aired 02/18/2018
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: David Quantick

Danger Mouse, Penfold and Squawk go undercover disguised as a family to find out why the world’s villains are heading to one holiday camp, Sydneyland. When Greenback shows up with Delilah, the team are convinced he is up to no good, but can’t find any evidence of wrongdoing. When Penfold enters Squawk and DM in a dance competition they discover the prize is the fabled Helmet of Power, an ultimate invention bent on destruction.

180 Crouching Hamster Hidden Wagon
Episode S12-41, first aired 02/19/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: David Quantick, Mark Oswin

When a sudden urge to fly the Mark IV hits, Penfold leads a confused Danger Mouse to a farm, from which he claims to feel an unexplained magnetic pull. An entranced Penfold is met by a shadowy figure - Granny Penfold! Penfold recounts his childhood years on Granny’s farm, where he was trained in the ancient martial art of Farm Fu; a farming-based martial art. Granny needs Penfold’s help to retrieve the sacred Fung Farm Book of Farm Fu, which has fallen into the hands of her enemies, causing farm animals to turn evil and rise up against their owners.

181 Danger-thon!
Episode S12-42, first aired 02/19/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Christopher Gentile

The Danger Agency realises that a lack of accounting has left them bankrupt. Whilst the bailiffs are in collecting goods from HQ the team decide to hold a telethon, asking people to phone in and donate to order their favourite clips to be played. Their target is a whopping ten million pounds! Can they reach their target in time? And what clip is DM trying to hide?

182 Jam Session
Episode S12-43, first aired 02/21/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Jordan Gershowitz

It is staff appreciation day at Danger HQ and Squawk and Danger Mouse have two very different ideas on where to go: Squawk wants to go to Cos Con and DM wants to go to Awesome World. Penfold has the deciding vote so the pair are busy trying to convince Penfold to pick their choice. With Penfold busy inventing tasks so they can earn his favour, no one has noticed that a jam spillage in the professor’s experiment has brought a sticky surprise to life - a super-sized jam monster which might just ruin all of their plans.

183 Sharp As A Pin
Episode S12-44, first aired 02/25/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Ciaran Murtagh, Andrew Jones

An accidental sidekick swap leaves Danger Mouse with Pinfold, Penfold's cousin.

184 The Last Giraffe Warrior
Episode S12-45, first aired 02/26/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Danielle Ward

Penfold is asked to defend an alien planet from invasion.

185 Duplicate Mouse
Episode S12-46, first aired 02/27/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writers: Mark Oswin, James Griffiths

Danger Mouse, Penfold, Squawk and Colonel K must team up with accidental duplicates of themselves to stop Big Head.

186 The Supies
Episode S12-47, first aired 02/28/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Christopher Gentile

Count Duckula is hosting the Supies awards show and the Danger Agents are all in attendance.

187 Lost in Exaggeration
Episode S12-48, first aired 03/04/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Emma Nisbet

When the Danger Agency’s public approval ratings plummet, Colonel K brings in a truly out-of-this-world PR guru to help put things right. Alarmingly for Danger Mouse and Penfold, that guru turns out to be the galaxy’s biggest trickster – Quark! DM is soon won over after seeing Quark demonstrate his Exaggerator Device: an invention that spins even the most mundane event into an outrageously overblown display of awesomeness. With the help of the Exaggerator, DM’s popularity skyrockets to dizzying heights, but fame comes at a price. And when Quark starts making Danger Mouse look villainous, DM will have to convince the world he’s not the criminal everyone thinks he is.

188 The World Is Full of Stuff
Episode S12-49, first aired 03/05/2019
Director: Aidan McAteer
Writer: Lee Pressman

Stuff is going missing all over the world, but the team are distracted, fascinated by Squawk’s new Futuroid camera, which incredibly spits out snaps of future events. DM is aghast when the camera produces a photo of him and Squawk kissing! When Penfold is abducted by an alien tractor-beam, Squawk and Danger Mouse must overcome their mutual disgust to work together. Their search for Penfold leads them to Flarg, the alien who’s been nabbing the world’s missing items. Chained upside down, and with Flarg intent on stealing everything in existence, the situation looks hopeless.

COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, AND MANGA

Number of Stories:115
First Appearance:19/1
Last Appearance:2017

       In 1971 the British television network ITV launched a weekly publication aimed at children with the intention of letting them know what sort of fun stuff was available on their channel. It was titled Look-In and subtitled The Junior TVTimes. It brought them lots of information in the form of articles, loads of pictures, games and puzzles and competitions, and serialized original adventures of some of the shows the network was running at the time.

       In the pages of that magazine, in 1982 the editors presented graphic adventures of the secret agent rodent going up against, as always, Baron Greenback. These missions were for the most part either single-issue cases of 2 pages each or double-issue ones lasting 4 pages in all. Occasionally though not often the missions would stretch to 3 issues and there were a handful of even longer ones.
       Considering that Danger Mouse appeared in this publication from March '82 to November '85, 196 issues by my calculation, and on average each assignment was about 2 issues, that meant the animated rodent secret agent had a lot of missions!


       I do not have access to all the issues of magazine but I did find a bunch of them so am able to list just about all those adventures. The few I did not learn anything about I gave a generic title to ('AdvXX'). The exact number is not known, but I think I am very close.
       Note that none of the Look-In missions had titles to them so these listed are my creations.
       
       Four years after the last Look-In adventure, and with the show's spinoff, Count Duckula, now popular in the States as well as the UK, American publisher Marvel came out with a magazine for the fowl vampire. Danger Mouse makes a cameo appearance in the second issue and then gets his own series in that publication starting with the 3rd and running until the last issue, #15, with the exception of #8 where it was bumped to make way for a full-length Duckula story.


       The latest (as of this entry) set of graphic adventures came with the return of Danger Mouse to the television screen in the mid 2010's. British publisher DC Thomson released a dozen issues of a magazine devoted to the secret agent with each issue containing a graphic adventure.


Note that in the synopses of all these many adventures, I have abbreviated Danger Mouse as DM and Baron Greenback as BG.

1 Adv01 Adv01
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n12 03/06/1982.
[plot unknown]

2 Adv02 Adv02
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n12 03/13/1982.\r\n[plot unknown]

3 'The Bare Facts' 'The Bare Facts'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n12 03/20/1982.\r\nBG "bathes London in a clothes-destroying beam that creates absolute havoc throughout the capital!

4 'Stony Silence' 'Stony Silence'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n13 03/27/1982.\r\nBG is turning world leaders into household implements, such as Colonel K becomeing a mop bucket!

5 'The First-Class Stamp' 'The First-Class Stamp'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n14 04/03/1982.\r\nBG's latest weapon is a giant foot, with wings, stamping havoc around the city.

6 'Vacation in Darkest Africa' 'Vacation in Darkest Africa'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n15-16 04/10/1982-04/17/1982.\r\nWhen DM and Penfold head to darkest Africa for a vacation, they are surprised to find the resort empty except for a witch doctor

7 'King Kung-Fu' 'King Kung-Fu'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n17 04/24/1982.\r\nBG's newest weapon is a giant ape with martial arts skills.

8 'Mountainous Molehills' 'Mountainous Molehills'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n18 05/01/1982.\r\nBG is making mountains out of molehills, literally!

9 'Dangerous Eggs' 'Dangerous Eggs'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n19 05/08/1982.\r\nBG has a deadly ray that turned eggs into bombs!

10 'A Taste of His Own Medicine' 'A Taste of His Own Medicine'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n20 05/15/1982.\r\nBG's dastardly diabolical weapon is the ability to override every television program in te country with a non-stop barrage of ... jokes!

11 'Living Statues' 'Living Statues'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n21 05/22/1982.\r\nBG has a weapon which brings London's capital's statues to life doing exactly what he commands.

12 'No Butter' 'No Butter'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n22 05/29/1982.\r\nBG has managed to steal all the butter in the country.

13 Adv13 Adv13
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n23 06/05/1982.\r\n[plot unknown]

14 'Waxworks' 'Waxworks'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n24-25 06/12/1982-06/19/1982.\r\nMasame Tussaud, or so DM thinks, wants an image of him for nefarious purposes.

15 'Passport Photo' 'Passport Photo'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n26-27 06/26/1982-07/03/1982.\r\nNeeding new photos for his passport, Penfold stops at a booth to get them. So does a BG henchman!

16 'Amulet of Eggulet' 'Amulet of Eggulet'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n28-29 07/10/1982-07/17/1982.\r\nBG is after the legendary Amulet of Eggulet, fashioned in the Dark Ages by a sorcerer and said to be the key to unlimited power.

17 'Age Is Just A Number' 'Age Is Just A Number'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n30-31 07/24/1982-07/31/1982.\r\nBG has an aging ray that he uses on DM and Penfold.

18 Adv18 Adv18
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n32 08/07/1982.\r\n[plot unknown] - possibly 2 adventures

19 'Chasing the Wild Haggis' 'Chasing the Wild Haggis'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n33 08/14/1982.\r\nWho knew that haggis was actually a wild creature that needs hunting!

20 'The Midget Trampoline' 'The Midget Trampoline'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n34 08/21/1982.\r\nDM is more than a little miffed to learn that Penfold mistakenly ordered a midget trampoline instead of a midget submarine.

21 'Man-Eating Amphibians' 'Man-Eating Amphibians'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n35 08/28/1982.\r\nBG intends to use his latest ray "to turn all fish into man-eating amphibians" to help him take over the world.

22 'Nasty Tea' 'Nasty Tea'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n36-37 09/04/1982-09/11/1982.\r\nDM learns the hard way that BG has a ray which turns all tea in cups to dishwater.

23 'The Crown Jewels' 'The Crown Jewels'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n38-39 09/18/1982-09/25/1982.\r\nWhile Colonel K thought BG's theft of a country's crown jewels was to proclaim himself king, it turns out just a trap to ensnare DM.

24 'Dinosaur Terror' 'Dinosaur Terror'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n40-41 10/02/1982-10/09/1982.\r\nBG steals a dinosaur egg, defossilies it, and hatches a monster with which to terrorise and take over the nation.

25 Adv25 Adv25
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n42 10/16/1982.\r\n[plot unknown]

26 'The Help of Hopalong' 'The Help of Hopalong'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n43-44 10/23/1982-10/30/1982.\r\nBG has kidnapped Colonel K. DM is surprised when BG's nephew, Hopalong Charity, shows up to help!

27 'Making Monkeys Out Of Them' 'Making Monkeys Out Of Them'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n45-46 11/06/1982-11/13/1982.\r\nBG has a ray which turned the country's leaders into monkeys. Then he starts stealing all the bananas in the world to force the leaders to obey him or starve!

28 Adv28 Adv28
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n47-48 11/20/1982-11/27/1982.\r\n[plot unknown]

29 'A Ray of Sunshine' 'A Ray of Sunshine'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n49-50 12/04/1982-12/11/1982.\r\nBG tells his assistant Stiletto that he is changing his tactics and is going to bring "a ray of sunshine" to the good people of London.

30 'Gift Giving' 'Gift Giving'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1982

Published in Look-In, v12 n51-52 12/18/1982-12/25/1982.\r\nIt is Christmas and BG's latest scheme to eradicate his archenemy is to give DM and Penfold presents!

31 Adv31 Adv31
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n01 01/01/1983.\r\n[plot unknown]

32 'Super Strength For All' 'Super Strength For All'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n02-03 01/08/1983-01/15/1983.\r\nBG's latest ray to plague England is an odd one in that it will give each victim super strength!

33 'The Cheese Theft' 'The Cheese Theft'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n04-05 01/22/1983-01/29/1983.\r\nBG has often tried to dispatch DM but this time he has struck where it hurts especially hard - stealing all his rare and precious cheeses. Not just his but everyone's!

34 'Plant Power' 'Plant Power'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n06-07 02/05/1983-02/12/1983.\r\nWhen DM ruined BG's stink-rays of rotting cheese idea from the last mission, he left BG with tons of rich compost. BG has a dastardly idea what to use it for.

35 'Machine Revolution' 'Machine Revolution'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 19/1

Published in Look-In, v13 n08-10 02/19/1983-03/05/1983.\r\nAll machines, including small appliances in the kitchens of England, have taken on lives of their own. DM is certain BG is at it again but BG is certain DM is doing it. Who really is?

36 'Cuckoos Of the World' 'Cuckoos Of the World'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n11-15 03/12/1983-04/09/1983.\r\nDM receives a ticking package but instead of it being a bomb, it is a cuckoo clock with a warning message from BG claiming he is build a clock which will make cuckoos of everyone else.

37 'Danger Mouse in 3d!' 'Danger Mouse in 3d!'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n16 04/16/1983.\r\nDM is dismayed to find he and Penfold have first lost all colour and then turned into 3D.

38 'Annual Checkup' 'Annual Checkup'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n17-19 04/23/1983-05/07/1983.\r\nDM's annual checkup is due and BG is using the opportunity to cause mischief.

39 'The Book of Scary Stories' 'The Book of Scary Stories'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n20-22 05/14/1983-05/28/1983.\r\nBG sends DM a children's book filled with stories of mice being stalked by different monsters. DM dismisses it not know BG has a ray that brings to life the scary monstery illustrations.

40 'Shifting the Poles' 'Shifting the Poles'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n23-25 06/04/1983-06/18/1983.\r\nBG has a new ray which has shifted the North and South Poles, bring frigid weather to England in Summer.

41 'Spiders' Webs' 'Spiders' Webs'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n26-28 06/25/1983-07/09/1983.\r\nBG has create giant spiders which have covered all of London in their webs.

42 'Pirates in Dreamland' 'Pirates in Dreamland'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n29-30 07/16/1983-07/23/1983.\r\nPenfold has trouble sleeping and asks DM to read him a bedtime story from Treasure Island. This causes DM to dream up the adventure they have there.

43 'The Replica Eclipse' 'The Replica Eclipse'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n31-32 07/30/1983-08/06/1983.\r\nBG is using a base he built on the mood to create a "holographic, solidogram replica" of the moon to "permanently eclipse the sun!"

44 'Milk That Makes You Weaker' 'Milk That Makes You Weaker'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n33-35 08/13/1983-08/27/1983.\r\nTo keep DM from stopping his robbing the Bank of England, BG dresses up as a milkman and delivers two pints of weakness-inducing milk to DM's home.

45 'Kidnapping The Spymasters' 'Kidnapping The Spymasters'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n36-39 09/03/1983-09/24/1983.\r\nBG has sent Persian rugs to the heads of all the secret services in Britain as gifts. They are really flying carpets which whisk the leaders to BG's HQ for ransom.

46 'Too Much Ice Cream' 'Too Much Ice Cream'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n40-42 10/01/1983-10/15/1983.\r\nBG has a new weapon that creates loads and loads of ice cream and he uses it to flood London, literally.

47 'Music That Soothes the Soul' 'Music That Soothes the Soul'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n43-45 10/22/1983-11/05/1983.\r\nDM is dreading this day - his annual weekend to spend with his Aunt Ermintrude! Meanwhile, BG has sent to Penfold a special radio to take control of his mind!

48 'Off To The Joust' 'Off To The Joust'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n46-48 11/12/1983-11/26/1983.\r\nBG and DM have both watched the same TV show about knights which prompts BG to send a jousting challenge to DM.

49 'North Pole Country Home' 'North Pole Country Home'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v13 n49-52 12/03/1983-12/24/1983.\r\nBG captures Colonel K and uses him as a lure to a trap for DM at the North Pole.

50 'Pantomine For Everyone!' 'Pantomine For Everyone!'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1983

Published in Look-In, v14 n01-04 12/31/1983-01/21/1984.\r\nBG has invented a machine that brings pantomime characters to life!

51 'Send In The Clones' 'Send In The Clones'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n05-08 01/28/1984-02/18/1984.\r\nBG visits the strange evil scientist Doctor Frankenstoat to use his auto-clone machine to create a dozen BG clones to rule the world!

52 'In the Arena' 'In the Arena'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n09-12 02/25/1984-03/17/1984.\r\nBoth BG and DM are prisoners of Emperor Caligulout, ruler of the lost land of Still-Time and the leader wants them and their sidekicks to battle it out in the arena for his amusement.

53 'Frankenstoat vs Duckula' 'Frankenstoat vs Duckula'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n13-16 03/24/1984-04/14/1984.\r\nReturning from the previous adventure, DM and Penfold, with BG and Stiletto hiding in the vessel, crashland in the mountains of Transylvania. While BG gains an ally of sorts with Doctor Frakenstoat, DM will enlist Count Duckula!

54 'World-Shattering Trouble' 'World-Shattering Trouble'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n17-20 04/21/1984-05/12/1984.\r\nA world-shattering secret formula is stolen from the Puttem Down Research Facility by the sinister Mac the Fork and DM is on his trail.

55 Adv55 Adv55
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 19/1

Published in Look-In, v14 n21-22 05/19/1984-05/26/1984.\r\n[plot unknown]

56 'Obliteration Pudding' 'Obliteration Pudding'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n23-24 06/02/1984-06/09/1984.\r\nAs DM prepares to enter the Secret Agent Pie-Throwing Society (SAPS) contest again this year, BG is preparing to sneak into one of the pies a device to destroy DM and all his secret agent colleagues.

57 'This Is Your Life' 'This Is Your Life'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n25-26 06/16/1984-06/23/1984.
DM gets spoofed into believing he is the subject of 'This Is Your Life' but it is a trap of BG.

58 'A Very Tall Ostrich' 'A Very Tall Ostrich'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n27-28 06/30/1984-07/07/1984.\r\nDM is put on the hunt for BG's latest lair but he has some trouble with a giant ostrich.

59 Adv59 Adv59
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n29-30 07/14/1984-07/21/1984.
[plot unknown]

60 'What A Disguise!' 'What A Disguise!'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n31-32 07/28/1984-08/04/1984.\r\nDressing up as Sherlock Holmes (Penfold is in a dog suit as a trusty bloodhound), DM is heading to the Secret Agent Fancy Dress Ball. He is surprised to see everyone there is dressed as him!

61 'Chips Without Vinegar - No!' 'Chips Without Vinegar - No!'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n33-34 08/11/1984-08/18/1984.\r\nSucking up all the vingar in England, BG has left the nation covered in mounds of now useless chips!

62 Adv62 Adv62
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n35-36 08/25/1984-09/01/1984.
[plot unknown]

63 Adv63 Adv63
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n37-38 09/08/1984-09/15/1984.
[plot unknown]

64 Adv64 Adv64
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n39-40 09/22/1984-09/29/1984.
[plot unknown]

65 Adv65 Adv65
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n41-42 10/06/1984-10/13/1984.
[plot unknown]

66 Adv66 Adv66
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n43-44 10/20/1984-10/27/1984.
[plot unknown]

67 Adv67 Adv67
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n45-46 11/03/1984-11/10/1984.
[plot unknown]

68 'I Am Hoppit the Bruce' 'I Am Hoppit the Bruce'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n47-48 11/17/1984-11/24/1984.\r\nBG has hynotised wild clansmen from the North into believing he is descended from Hoppit the Bruce and is there to lead them into conquering the country, and then the world!

69 'Pied Piper's Lost Pipe' 'Pied Piper's Lost Pipe'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n49-51 12/01/1984-12/15/1984.\r\nBG has stolen the long lost pipe of the legendary Pied Piper of Hamelin, adapting it to bewitch all secret agents!

70 'The Perils of Gift Giving' 'The Perils of Gift Giving'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v14 n52 12/22/1984.\r\nBG has an ingenius plan to get rid of DM - give him explosive presents!

71 'Hetty the Yeti' 'Hetty the Yeti'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1984

Published in Look-In, v15 n01-02 12/29/1984-01/05/1985.\r\nThe scary monster known as the Yeti is turning the Himalayas into the Grimalayas.

72 Adv72 Adv72
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n03-04 01/12/1985-01/19/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

73 Adv73 Adv73
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n05-06 01/26/1985-02/02/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

74 'Chest of Chop-Chop Phooey' 'Chest of Chop-Chop Phooey'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n07-08 02/09/1985-02/16/1985.\r\nDM is out find before BG the fabulous golden treasure of the legendary pirate Chop-Chop Phooey.

75 'Bad Fortune Telling' 'Bad Fortune Telling'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n09-11 02/23/1985-03/09/1985.\r\nDM is vising the fortune-teller, Gypsy Tealeaf, when he, and she, are kidnapped!

76 'Soap Suds' 'Soap Suds'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n12-14 03/16/1985-03/30/1985.\r\nPenfold has trouble holding onto his soap in his bath. It might have something to do with BG bugging the tub!

77 Adv77 Adv77
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n15-17 04/06/1985-04/20/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

78 'Guard My Sweetie-Pie' 'Guard My Sweetie-Pie'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n18-20 04/27/1985-05/11/1985.
Colonel K has heard of plans by BG to kidnap the Colonel's sweetie-pie, Leggy Lamar, so he asks DM to protect her.

79 Adv79 Adv79
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n21-22 05/18/1985-05/25/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

80 Adv80 Adv80
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n23-24 06/01/1985-06/08/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

81 'The Faux Doctor Jerck' 'The Faux Doctor Jerck'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n25-27 06/15/1985-06/29/1985.\r\nWorried about recurring dreams, DM has been ordered to Doctor Jerck's sanatorium by Colonel K. He doesn't know the read doctor has been replaced by an exact robot replica by BG.

82 Adv82 Adv82
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n28-29 07/06/1985-07/13/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

83 Adv83 Adv83
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n30-31 07/20/1985-07/27/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

84 'Something Ghastly!' 'Something Ghastly!'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n32-35 08/03/1985-08/24/1985.\r\nWanting to make sure Count Duckula is not up to no good, DM pays a surprise visit on him only to learn something has that fellow in a flap.

85 'A Bad Spell' 'A Bad Spell'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n36-37 08/31/1985-09/07/1985.\r\nColonel K irked the wrong gnome and is not shrunk to a tiny size. DM must find a way to rescue him.

86 Adv86 Adv86
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n38-40 09/14/1985-09/28/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

87 'Rescuing A Cornish Pixie' 'Rescuing A Cornish Pixie'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n41-43 10/05/1985-10/19/1985.\r\nRescuing a trapped Cornish pixie gets DM a bunch of free wishes. He has some problems with those.

88 Adv88 Adv88
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n44-46 10/26/1985-11/09/1985.\r\n[plot unknown]

89 'The Last Sixpenny Stamp' 'The Last Sixpenny Stamp'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n47-48 11/16/1985-11/23/1985.\r\nTo increase the value of one stamp. BG buys all 5 remaining stamps and destroys 4 of them.

90 'Alcatrash' 'Alcatrash'
Published by ITV
Contributors: Angus Peter Allan (writer), Arthur James Ransom (artist)
Copyright: 1985

Published in Look-In, v15 n49 11/30/1985.
The notorious old prison known as Alcatrash is currently housing only one inmate - BG. He has an unusual plan of escape.

91 Mayhem on the Disorient Express Mayhem on the Disorient Express
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letterer), G. Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #2, 01/1989.
DM makes a cameo appearance in the adventure that Count Duckula is having. In that single page he is shown talking to Ian Flamingo at a train station, agreeing to help Ian on his case. Then the 'editor' informs DM he is not due to show up until issue #3 so DM takes off in his car.

92 A Twisted Tail A Twisted Tail
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #3, 03/1989.
DM goes to considerable lengths to explain to poor Penfold how their new adventures are in comicbook, not cartoon, style and what many of the changes are, such as thought balloons and panel 'walls' and many more.

93 Bats All Folks Bats All Folks
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #4, 05/1989.
After seeing a movie about Count Duckula and being very frightened, Penfold is snatched in an alley by BG and whisked away to Transylvania. BG then sends a message to DM to lure him to that country and his death.

94 Instant Betray Instant Betray
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #5, 07/1989.
When Colonel K discovers top secret plans on DM, he denounces him as a traitor and orders his arrest. DM makes a daring escape and poor Penfold, Agent Jigsaw, is promoted to full secret agent status and ordered to recapture his old mentor. Naturally, BG has a major part in the trouble.

95 I'll Overtake Manhattan I'll Overtake Manhattan
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #6, 09/1989.
Sent to Manhattan on their next mission, DM and Penfold have to deal first with the unusual parking language there, then its teeming population, and then the American cousin of BG who has his own plans for taking over the world.

96 Color My World Color My World
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Published in Count Duckula #7, 11/1989.
DM falls into a trap by BG and is hit with a blast from the villain's Subsonic Spectrumpet which he will use to control the secret agent's "emotional color wheel".

97 This Will Teach You This Will Teach You
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Warren Kremer (pencils and inks), Grace Kremer (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #9, 01/1990.
DM heads to the Secret Department's Secret Spy School to "teach a few graduate strudents the finer points of being a world class secret agent." Things go bad when he encounters impostors who try to kill him.

98 Lots Of Atmouse-Fear Lots Of Atmouse-Fear
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), ?Haller? (pencils and inks), Jacqueline Roettcher (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #10, 03/1990.
DM learns that BG has gotten hold of his newest ultimate weapon, the Scene Stealer. It is a movie scene clapboard that was designed by a special effects wizard and whenever BG jots on it a locale and then slaps it shut, that location is magically created all around him.

99 Of Danger Mice And Men Of Danger Mice And Men
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), ?Haller? (pencils and inks), Jacqueline Roettcher (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #11, 05/1990.
The Secret Department has authorized a film of Danger Mouse's most famous cases. DM will play himself but he has to wonder if the movie's director, Brian de Palmoil, is out to kill him.

100 Two Parallel Lives Shouldn't Meet Two Parallel Lives Shouldn't Meet
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), ?Haller? (pencils and inks), Jacqueline Roettcher (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #12, 07/1990.
BG has learned of the existence of a negative world, a parallel universe where everything is backwards and good is evil and vice versa. He swaps the good DM for a very nasty looking evil one.

101 Interior Panelling Interior Panelling
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Michael Gallager (writer), Howie Post (pencils), Roberta Edelman (inks)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #13, 09/1990.
DM is summoned in a hurry when it is learned that BG is once again plotting to tamper with their comic book format. He is shrinking the panels, entrapping everyone. DM gets free and must find a way to open them up again.

102 Pin-Fall Wizards Pin-Fall Wizards
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Brewoort & Kantepovich (writer), Howie Post (pencils), Ruth Leon (inks), Brad Joyce (letters), George Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1990

Published in Count Duckula #14, 11/1990.
BG's latest scheme to get rid of DM involves Manny San Martini, wrestling promoter extra-ordinary. A match with the dreaded Twin Peaks team is the weapon.

103 Good Spies Wear Black Good Spies Wear Black
Published by Marvel
Contributors: Brewoort & Kantepovich (writer), Howie Post (pencils), Ruth Leon (inks), B.K. Joyce (letters), George Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Published in Count Duckula #15, 01/1991.
For his latest mission, which is to guard the Red Herring television program, DM is ordered by Colonel K to wear a suit of protective armor with muscles built in. Of course, it is really a trap by BG and the suit is designed to kill poor DM.

104 A Fizz-ically Impossible Mission! A Fizz-ically Impossible Mission!
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #1, 07/2016.
[plot unknown]

105 Unknown DM Adventure Unknown DM Adventure
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #2, 08/2016.
[plot unknown]

106 Unknown DM Adventure Unknown DM Adventure
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #3, 09/2016.
[plot unknown]

107 Unknown DM Adventure Unknown DM Adventure
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #4, 10/2016.
[plot unknown]

108 Unknown DM Adventure Unknown DM Adventure
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #5, 11/2016.
[plot unknown]

109 Advent Adventure! Advent Adventure!
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2016

Published in Danger Mouse #6, 12/2016.
[plot unknown]

110 From Flusher With Lav! From Flusher With Lav!
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #7, 01/2017.
[plot unknown]

111 The Mouse Who Noob Too Much The Mouse Who Noob Too Much
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #8, 02/2017.
[plot unknown]

112 Prime Sinister Prime Sinister
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #9, 03/2017.
[plot unknown]

113 Mission Chimpossible! Mission Chimpossible!
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #10, 04/2017.
[plot unknown]

114 Internet Insanity Internet Insanity
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #11, 05/2017.
[plot unknown]

115 Art Attack Art Attack
Published by DC Thomson

Copyright: 2017

Published in Danger Mouse #12, 06/2017.
[plot unknown]

DIGESTS AND MAGAZINES

Number of Digests:6
First Appearance:1982
Last Appearance:2017

1 Danger Mouse Annual 1982 Danger Mouse Annual 1982
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1982

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

2 Danger Mouse Annual 1983 Danger Mouse Annual 1983
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1982

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

3 Danger Mouse Annual 1984 Danger Mouse Annual 1984
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1983

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

4 Danger Mouse Annual 1985 Danger Mouse Annual 1985
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1984

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

5 Danger Mouse Annual 1986 Danger Mouse Annual 1986
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1985

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

6 Danger Mouse Annual 1987 Danger Mouse Annual 1987
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1986

Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes as well as at least one graphic adventure.

7 Danger Mouse #1 Danger Mouse #1
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

1st of 12 issues published by DC Thomson July 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "A Fizz-ically Impossible Mission!".

8 Danger Mouse #2 Danger Mouse #2
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

2nd of 12 issues published by DC Thomson August 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes. No additional data available.

9 Danger Mouse #3 Danger Mouse #3
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

3rd of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, September 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes. No additional data available.

10 Danger Mouse #4 Danger Mouse #4
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

4th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, October 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes. No additional data available.

11 Danger Mouse #5 Danger Mouse #5
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

5th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, November 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes. No additional data available.

12 Danger Mouse #6 Danger Mouse #6
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2016

6th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, December 2016.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "Advent Adventure!".

13 Danger Mouse #7 Danger Mouse #7
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

7th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, January 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "From Flusher With Lav!".

14 Danger Mouse #8 Danger Mouse #8
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

8th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, February 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "The Mouse Who Noob Too Much".

15 Danger Mouse #9 Danger Mouse #9
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

9th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, March 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "Prime Sinister".

16 Danger Mouse #10 Danger Mouse #10
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

10th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, April 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "Mission Chimpossible!".

17 Danger Mouse #11 Danger Mouse #11
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

11th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, May 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "Internet Insanity".

18 Danger Mouse #12 Danger Mouse #12
Written by Assorted
Copyright: 2017

12th of 12 issues published by DC Thomson, June 2017.
Collection of articles, puzzles and quizzes including the adventure "Art Attack".

GAMES

Number of Games:5
First Appearance:1984
Last Appearance:2011

1 Danger Mouse in Double Trouble Danger Mouse in Double Trouble
Video Game
Creative Sparks
Copyright: 1984

According to Danger Mouse Wiki: "Danger Mouse in Double Trouble is an action game that was originally released by Creative Sparks for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum in 1984 (and designed by Martin Harris and Nick Burroughs); it was later ported to the Commodore 64 in that same year by Martin C. Sexton, and to the Amstrad CPC in 1985 by Phil Snell."

2 Danger Mouse in Black Forest Chateau Danger Mouse in Black Forest Chateau
Video Game
Creative Sparks
Copyright: 1984

According to Danger Mouse Wiki: "Danger Mouse in the Black Forest Chateau is a text adventure game which was originally released by Creative Sparks for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and MSX in 1984 (and designed by Brian Belson, Edgar Belka and Kevin Buckner)

3 Danger Mouse in Making Whoopee Danger Mouse in Making Whoopee
Video Game
Creative Sparks
Copyright: 1985

According to Danger Mouse Wiki: "Danger Mouse in Making Whoopee is an action game that was released by Creative Sparks for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC in 1985 (and designed by Phil Snell). ... However, at some point after this, a Danger Mouse game was released for the Commodore Amiga by an unknown publisher.

4 Danger Mouse Quiz Danger Mouse Quiz
Mobile Game
Zed Worldwide
Copyright: 2010

According to StrategyWiki: "Danger Mouse: Quiz is: a quiz game, released by Zed Worldwide on iOS (on October 14, 2010); it is based on the Cosgrove-Hall/Thames Television cartoon series of the same name, and was produced in association with Fremantle International (who now own the rights to all of Cosgrove-Hall's Thames-era shows).
The game features over 100 questions with which players can test their knowledge of the show (so at the end, they can be ranked as one of nineteen different characters, who were created for it during its run, based on their scores)."

5 Danger Mouse (Mobile) Danger Mouse (Mobile)
Mobile Game
Zed Worldwide
Copyright: 2011

According to StrategyWiki: "Danger Mouse is a platform game, which was released by Zed Worldwide for mobile phones on April 25, 2011.
the player must direct both Danger Mouse and his faithful assistant Penfold around sixteen levels (this is the first time Penfold is directly controllable in the series, as he followed behind Danger Mouse in the second part of the first game) to collect all the "DM" badges, and reach the exits, in the shortest possible times - and both characters must be switched between to solve various puzzles, but if one or both of them should get stuck the level will have to be restarted (however, the seventh level has to be done with Penfold alone, and most of the tenth one also needs to be done with Danger Mouse alone)."

6 Power of Mouse - Danger Mouse Version Power of Mouse - Danger Mouse Version
Adventure
Edgars Vecozolins
Copyright: 2016

According to AppSpy.com: "Test your skills in the ultimate stunt school as your favourite hero!
Advance trough different levels, score points and set new records!
Improve your skills in more than 40 unique levels!
Unlock all achievements!
Challenge your friends by setting the top score an enjoy the high replay value that this game has to offer!"

7 Danger Mouse Ultimate Danger Mouse Ultimate
Platform Game
BBC Media Applications Technologies
Copyright: 2015

According to StrategyWiki: "Danger Mouse Ultimate is a platform game that was originally released by BBC Media Applications Technologies for Macromedia Flash on September 28, 2015 as Danger Mouse Saves the Day, and later for iOS and Android on April 20, 2017.
The player must guide Danger Mouse and his hamster assistant, Ernest Penfold, to collect all the "DM" coins on sixty-three levels and reach the exits while avoiding enemies and traps, picking up secret agent gadgets, and for the last level of each episode, fighting against a villain from the show."

8 Danger Mouse: The Danger Games Danger Mouse: The Danger Games
Mobile Game
9th Impact
Copyright: 2017

According to StrategyWiki: "Danger Mouse: The Danger Games is a racing game, which got released by 9th Impact for iOS and Android in the UK on August 23, 2017 and Nintendo Switch in both the US and UK on September 13, 2018,
Players can take control of several characters including Danger Mouse himself, his hamster assistant Ernest Penfold, his chinchilla boss Colonel K', his toad arch-nemesis Baron Silas Greenback, his American rival Jeopardy Mouse, his new recurring poodle enemy Pink Dawn, and his red-suited alternative-universe counterpart Sinister Mouse as they all compete in J."

MY COMMENTS

I was impressed at the creativity of this series. I was stunned at the volume of material that has been create for this anthropomorphic rodent! Just shy of 200 television episodes. Just over 100 comicbook missions. A couple of books. A dozen magazine issues. A handful of games.

For a rodent???

The inventiveness was remarkably well maintained over the years as was the wonderful relationship between Danger Mouse and poor put-upon Penfold. The shows never talked down to the audience nor tried to be something other than fun, silly entertainment for the child audiences with a good amount of satire to amuse the grownups.

GRADE

My Grade: C+

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