Danger Mouse

Season 4 Episode 9

Public Enemy No. 1

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Aired Unknown May 23, 1983 on ITV
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Public Enemy No. 1
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It is up to Penfold to stop Danger Mouse when he takes up a life of crime.

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    Edward Kelsey

    Edward Kelsey

    Colonel K / Baron Greenback / Professor Squawkencluck

    Jimmy Hibbert

    Jimmy Hibbert

    Doctor Crumhorn/President(USA)

    Terry Scott

    Terry Scott

    Ernest Penfold/Leatherhead

    Brian Trueman

    Brian Trueman

    Stiletto

    David Jason

    David Jason

    Danger Mouse , Count Duckula , The Narrator("Isenbahd"), Nero

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When Greenback tries to recruit an amnesiac DM to his side, the former convinces the latter that he is an outlaw known as the White Shadow.

      • Stiletto's original voice on the British telecasts was an Italian accent, but was changed to a Cockney accent for American TV to prevent offending Italian-Americans. As such, a good bit of his dialogue was changed.

        In this episode, for example, after Danger Mouse suffers his amnesia infliction and sees Stilleto surrendering, the following exchange took place on the original British showing:

        DM: Er...how do you do, Mister Surrendered.
        Stiletto: Eh? Is this a British joke, signor?

        On American TV, Stiletto's line was changed to "Don't you know who I am, gov?"

    • QUOTES (2)

    • NOTES (1)

      • When Greenback tries to recruit an amnesiac DM to his side, the former convinces the latter that he is an outlaw known as the White Shadow.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Greenback: [The White Shadow]...famous for robbing the rich to feed the poor.
        DM: Oh, yes...just like...um...thingy-ma-bob.

        DM and Greenback are alluding to the famed outlaw Robin Hood, who was famous for 'stealing from the rich and giving to the poor'.

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