Danger Mouse (1981–1992)
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The Intergalactic 147 

Be prepared for the shock of your life, as the lives of Danger Mouse, Penfold, London and the world are coming to a close!



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Episode cast overview:
Penfold (voice)
Edward Kelsey ...
Colonel K / Alien construction worker#3 (voice)
Brian Trueman ...
Newsreader / Alien construction worker#2 (voice)
Jimmy Hibbert ...
Alien construction worker#1 (voice)


Somewhere in space, an unstoppable terror lies in wait. The terror is in the form of a giant alien spaceship, which is part of the "Intergalactic 147" snooker game headed straight for Earth. When Danger Mouse and Penfold discover it, all of a sudden it knocks the Earth forward, colliding it with other planets as if in a game of pool; and just when things can't get any worse, the spaceship wants to put our heroes, London, and the entire Earth into a black hole in which they will never return. Can Danger Mouse and Penfold find a way to stop the aliens and the spaceship from reaching their goal? Or will our heroes and their home planet be sucked in and destroyed along with their London town with no way out? Written by Debbie Kearns <angeldeb82@hotmail.com>

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19 March 1992 (UK)  »

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Isambard Sinclair, narrator: And so, the world safely saved once again, we leave London. That is we would leave London if it hadn't already left us.
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Why did the remake this show?
7 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Danger Mouse was one the greatest cartoons ever! But when I heard about them remaking the series three or four years on in the early 1990's, I was interested. However, when I saw them, I was gutted! Whoever wrote the new series was a right idiot!. How could he think about turning our beloved DM into such garbage! He should have done some serious research back then (they could do research back in those days despite there not being any Internet) instead of filling the series with used jokes and lame & hollow new characters, creatures and villains. Along with the original adventures of DM repeated over and over and over again! Sure the original cast return to lend their voices but the stories are so weak and humour just isn't funny! They also replaced master fiend Baron Silas Greenback with some lame rip-off of Count Duckula's enemy, Dr. Van Goosewing! I must admit the new series has it's moments but still basically crap! At the time, they should have just stuck with making more Count Duckula episodes! This is a total insult to the fans of the earlier series and to Danger Mouse himself! If you have the 12-Disc Set with all the Danger Mouse episodes, I suggest you only watch the episodes from 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 or 1987 and stay well away from episodes produce in 1990, 1991 and 1992! If Danger Mouse was released for the first time with these episodes ten years later than it was, it wouldn't have become the cartoon we know it as today! 2/10

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