Danger 5 (2011– )
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Hitler's Golden Murder Palace 

The team travels to Morocco to investigate the disappearance of an agent in one of Hitler's casinos.

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Bobak Bahrami ...
Nazi Sheik #1 / Jinko
John Blaney ...
Gruber
Anna Cashman ...
Rosetta Marconi
Ryan Cortazzo ...
Croupier
Michael Crisci ...
Simon Crisci ...
Italian Submariner #2
Matt Crook ...
Nazi Sheik #2
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Gypsy
Massimo Granchi ...
Italian Sub Captain
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The team travels to Morocco to investigate the disappearance of an agent in one of Hitler's casinos.

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19 March 2012 (Australia)  »

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Above all, kill Hitler!
11 July 2015 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Danger 5 travel to Africa to try and kill Hitler, who has taken up residence in a casino where he is using the gold to manufacture the ultimate gun. Also staying at the casino is Rommel, who just so happens to be Ilsa's ex-husband, and who wants to create a battalion of golden tanks. In order to get close to Hitler, Tucker goes undercover as top card-player John Baccarat, and is invited to play a private game against the Führer.

Another rather disappointing episode, Hitler's Golden Murder Palace once again fails to deliver in the completely crazy stakes. It all starts off promisingly enough with the hilariously OTT death of agent Gruber, whose head is reduced to a flaming skull when Hitler shoots him, but after that, the episode just doesn't display the level of invention and insanity that I know the show is capable of. Well, that is except for the very ending, where the heroes use their fingers as imaginary guns to defeat Hitler—now THAT WAS stupid!

My favourite moment: Claire (Amanda Simons) puts on a slinky red number and dark wig to disguise herself as sexy lounge singer Rosetta. One word: wowzer!


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