Danger 5 (2011– )
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Welcome to Hitlerland 

Traveling back to the future, in an alternate reality controlled by Hitler, Danger 5 battle the Führer to return the world to normal.

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Dario Russo
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Ashby ... Jackson
Elizabeth Hay Elizabeth Hay ... Holly
Sean James Murphy ... Tucker
Pacharo Mzembe ... Pierre
Natasa Ristic ... Ilsa
Amanda Simons ... Claire
Carmine Russo Carmine Russo ... Adolf Hitler
Fumito Arai Fumito Arai ... McKenzie (voice)
Chris Asimos ... Nazi Chef
Jamie Black Jamie Black ... Husband
Diego Boy Diego Boy ... Nazi Chef (voice)
Nathan Cain Nathan Cain ... Rewind
Nikola Despoja Nikola Despoja ... Colonel Chestbridge
Mel Eckert Mel Eckert ... Holly Ninja (as Melanie Eckert)
Mike Gray Mike Gray ... Megabite / Goblin
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In the final instalment of Danger 5, the team find themselves in an alternate future where Hitler is undisputed ruler of the universe. In Hitlerland everyone speaks German, everyone loves dogs and worst of all, everything is vegetarian. Danger 5 embark on a quest across space dodging Hitler's deception at every turn. They encounter old friends, new foes and a talking pelican on this epic quest to save the universe.

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In one scene Holly's left arm is chopped off. In a later scene Holly's left arm is fine, and she has a bionic right arm surgically attached.

(It's possible this might be deliberate on the part of the makers, given the tone of the rest of the show.) See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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In space, no-one can hear you go WTF?
12 July 2015 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

Welcome to Hitlerland, the final episode of Series 2, goes where no episode of Danger 5 has gone before: outer space!

Unable to escape from Hitlerland thanks to a lack of real mozzarella, the Danger 5 team are attacked by Boss Hitler. Holly has her arm shot off, Pierre is killed, Jackson surrenders but is executed by Ilsa who then shoots herself. Tucker is the last to die.

To their surprise, Pierre, Tucker, Jackson and Ilsa wake up, having been brought back to life by Hitler; Holly is still on the operating table having been given a bionic arm. Hitler leaves Danger 5 to finish the operation (a funny scene that sees them dropping liquorice allsorts and cigarette ash into her chest cavity) while he urinates on his henchmen. Holly wakes up and runs into the city where she is dismayed to find that Hitler's image is everywhere (Adolph Titler strip bar, Adolph Fitler gym, Adolph Knitler knitting supplies) but she is trapped by a mysterious female ninja, who proceeds to capture Danger 5 as well.

The ninja takes them into space before revealing her identity: she is an alternate Holly, born from a Nazi embryo ingested by Colonel Chestbridge and raised to become a warrior called Danger 1. However, the other Holly's bionic arm is suddenly activated by Hitler and blows Danger 1's head off. At this point, the show gets seriously weird, even by Danger 5's standards, with the introduction of three Russian warriors (a herring, a pelican and a yeti), some silly stuff involving a sitcom called Hitler's Haus, a trippy space ride for Holly on the pelican's back, and the reappearance of that mysterious snowman and skeleton who sporadically pop up for no discernible reason.

The show's final act sees Chestbridge giving our heroes five rings charged with the power of God that transform them into invincible Power Ranger-style warriors. Together they defeat Boss Hitler and his minions, ejecting the dictator into the vastness of space where he is swallowed by Claire's spirit.

The show ends by showing us what each member of the team did afterwards; in typically offbeat Danger 5 fashion, it's not a case of 'happily ever after' for all of them.


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Japanese | German | Russian

Release Date:

15 February 2015 (Australia) See more »

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