Danger 5 (2011– )
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Merry Christmas Colonel 

Danger 5 seek to avenge the death of a close friend.

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Dario Russo
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David Ashby ... Jackson
Sean James Murphy ... Tucker
Pacharo Mzembe ... Pierre
Natasa Ristic ... Ilsa
Amanda Simons ... Claire
Carmine Russo Carmine Russo ... Adolf Hitler
Cathy Adamek ... News Reporter (voice)
Fumito Arai Fumito Arai ... McKenzie (voice)
Chris Asimos ... McKenzie
Nathan Cain Nathan Cain ... Carlos Mendez
Sandy Cameron Sandy Cameron ... Parent #2
Anna Cashman Anna Cashman ... Stripper
Ryan Cortazzo Ryan Cortazzo ... Communist General (voice)
Michael Crisci Michael Crisci ... Stina (voice)
Kate Croser Kate Croser ... Parent #1
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After Colonel Chestbridge is killed in an apparent assassination by Hitler and a wolf-headed man, Allied super-team Danger 5 reunite after years of far-flung obscurity to stop Hitler's ultimate quest for world domination in a 1980s excess-soaked universe of neon, ninjas, discos, dinosaurs, pizza and prom-queens, and save Christmas.

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Japanese | German | Russian | Spanish

Release Date:

4 January 2015 (Australia) See more »

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Danger 5, 80s style.
12 July 2015 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

The 1980s: The Danger 5 team have long since disbanded, but after their old war-time leader Colonel Chestbridge is shot and killed by Hitler dressed as Santa, the old friends reunite to once again battle the evil German dictator.

In an effort to outdo the madcap nature of the first series, the makers of Danger 5 have dialled up the insanity for Season 2, which proves much more of an assault on the senses than the 60s-inspired first series and leaves one reeling at the sheer excess.

To give some idea of how seriously bonkers this all is, the previously Caucasian Pierre is now black (no explanation given), Jackson hires Russian hookers to satisfy his fixation with Ilsa and has disturbing flashbacks to North Korea (where he was sexually abused by a Korean guard wearing lipstick), killer prawns with laser eyes attack Tucker and Claire at their wedding, and a samurai sword wielding wolf-headed villain called Carlos Mendez delivers an unexpected death blow to one member of Danger 5.

Just as it took me a while to warm to the first series, I suspect that it might be quite a few more episodes down the line before I am able to appreciate the manic approach of series 2. If at all.


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