Danger Mouse

Season 1 Episode 10

The World Of Machines

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Aired Unknown Oct 26, 1981 on ITV
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The World Of Machines
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Greenback kidnaps Penfold to lure Danger Mouse into a spaceship and send both of them to a planet ruled by machines.

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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 (1)

      • While talking to Colonel K, Danger Mouse opens a box on the table. As the scene pulls out, the monitor is not on the wall. However, Colonel K heard the "Follow the Arrows."

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Greenback: Welcome me,machines! Down on your casters! I am your king!
        Computer voice #2: Hey-O? who's this, Charlie?
        Greenback: Charlie? Charlie?! I am the great Baron Silas Greenback. I'd sent you this mouse as a present.
        Computer voice #1: I don't care who you are, you're just a little,fat frog to me,chum.
        Greenback: Now look here, you over-grown, tin can!

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Barron Greenback: "You will boldly go where no mouse has gone before."
        a parody of the imfamous tag-line for Star Trek: "To boldly go where no MAN has gone before."
        Later redone for political correctness in Star Trek: The Next Generation:
        "Where NO ONE has gone before."

      • DM and Penfold: DM: "Say Goodbye Penfold." Penfold: "Good bye Penfold"
        At The End of Laugh In Rowan would say to Martin:

        "Say good night Dick."
        and as always Dick would say: "Good night Dick."

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