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Every week Mr. Hell, a sulphurous and sardonic anti-hero, voiced by Bob Monkhouse, stars in his own adventures, and introduces a parade of short, sharp sketches and cracked recurring characters - all infected with the same wickedly cynical sense of humour. Written by
This was a great show that unfortunately many people didn't get a chance to see as it played on pay cable. I really miss it and wish that it were available on DVD.
Be forewarned, however, that despite this being a cartoon, it certainly isn't a show for kids--with sexual humor, violence, animal cruelty and all-around bad behavior. The show is a long series of very short cartoons that are strung together by a tenuous plot about a guy named "Mr. Hell" who looks like a stereotypical devil. The jokes are very hit-miss--but they mostly hit and are hilarious. Because it's so wicked and in such bad taste, I advise you to watch it but only alone so your friends and loved ones won't know your secret.
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