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The world's greatest super-spy returns to save the world with the help of hapless hamster Penfold and a collection of state-of-the-art gadgetry.
After reports of unexplained unruliness at the UN, Danger Mouse and Penfold arrive to scenes of quarrelling diplomats, whose messages of peace and goodwill have been turned into playground insults by the sabotaged translation system. Danger Mouse spots the culprit, Crumhorn, lurking in the shadows and goes after him but is stopped in his tracks by Ian, for whom the UN's security is apparently no match.
On seeing his adopted goldfish get busted for stealing top-secret documents, Penfold bewails the fact he has never had a pet of his own to love and cherish. He gets his wish when Danger Mouse and Squawk discover the Baron's plans to brainwash the world's pets into becoming his personal army of slaves. They hand him the responsibility of babysitting the Baron's own pet Nero, having craftily swapped him with a robotic impersonator as a means of getting to the Baron's mind control device - The Pet Whistle!
If being zapped with a mind-controlling Mindzooka ray by a couple of D-list villains wasn't bad enough, Danger Mouse's shame goes viral thanks to a series of embarrassing videos of our brainwashed hero. Determined to stop the release of the most incriminating video of all, Danger Mouse turns to the villain behind the mind-control tech - the incarcerated Crumhorn! Crumhorn offers an anti-mind control device, but it comes with a catch - he has to be temporarily released back to Crumcorp Towers to retrieve it.
Colonel K spins a terrifying tale about the Headless Postman - an ancient and alarmingly scary apparition. When the haunting figure of the postman suddenly appears, petrified panic reigns supreme amongst the Danger Agents, until Squawkencluck reveals herself as the postman in disguise and that the whole scenario has been a company-mandated bravery test. By remaining characteristically unfazed throughout, Danger Mouse fails the exam, which puts his job at risk, as in Squawk's words 'being truly brave means being afraid of something and still taking it on'. The gang try to scare DM, but he's fearless... until he discovers that the Headless Postman lives!
Shauna MacDonald(Professor Squawkencluck)
Lena Headey(Jeopardy Mouse)
Stephen Fry(Colonel K)
John Oliver(Doctor Augustus P. Crumhorn III)
Morwenna Banks(Danger Moth)
Richard Osman(Professor Strontium P Jellyfishowitz)
Miranda Richardson(Queen of Weevils)
Alexander Armstrong(Danger Mouse)
Rasmus Hardiker(Count Duckula)
Ed Gaughan(Baron Greenback & Pandaminion)
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