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Cosgrove Hall Productions David Jason, Terry Scott, Edward Kelsey, Brian Trueman Brian Cosgrove, Chris Randall, Jean Flynn, Dan Whitworth Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall, John Hambley , , , , , , Nigel Rutter, Nibs Senior, Stephen Perry, John McManus, Zyggy Markiewicz, Stuart Murray, Ivan Naisbitt Mike Harding
  • 1981
  • Cosgrove Hall Productions
  • Thames Television
  • Danger Mouse Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Danger Mouse, Ernest Penfold, Colonel K, Baron Greenback, Stiletto.
  • Vocal Talent: David Jason (Danger Mouse, Narrator), Terry Scott (Ernest Penfold), Edward Kelsey (Colonel K, Baron Greenback), Brian Trueman (Stiletto).
  • Directed By Brian Cosgrove, Chris Randall.
    Assistant Directors: Jean Flynn, Dan Whitworth.
  • Produced By Brian Cosgrove, Mark Hall.
    Executive Producer: John Hambley.
  • Animated By Keith Scoble, George Jackson, Robert Newman, Clinton J. Priest, Brian Cosgrove, Paul Jasper, Dan Whitworth, Gary Hurst, Malcolm McGookin, Kevin Baldwin, Neil Salmon, Garry Owen, Tony Garth, Stephen Thomas, Dave Bowers, Les Brooksbank, Jean Flynn, Meryl Edge, Denise Heywood, Phil Morris, John Offord, Arthur de Cloedt, Chris Randall, Dave Livesey, Denise McAllister, Phillip McMylor, Kay Widdowson, Andy Wilson, Janet Nunn, Rosemary Welch, Chris Caunter, Peter Hale, Tony Guy, Ramon Modiano, Mark Povey, Lloyd Sutton, Malcolm Hartley.
  • Written By Brian Trueman.
    Storylines: Keith Scoble, Nigel Rutter, Angus Allen, Brian Cosgrove, Chris Randall, Jean Flynn.
  • Edited By Nigel Rutter, Nibs Senior, Stephen Perry, John McManus, Zyggy Markiewicz, Stuart Murray, Ivan Naisbitt.

Additional Crew:



  • Written by: Brian Trueman.
  • Storylines: Keith Scoble, Nigel Rutter, Angus Allen, Brian Cosgrove, Chris Randall, Jean Flynn.
  • Backgrounds: Malcolm Turner, Andy Roper, Diane Wren, Maggie Riley, Barbara Alcock, Bev Bush, Michelle Graney, Peter Hillier, Phil Jackson.
  • Storyboards: Keith Scoble, Peter See, Chris Randall, Vincent James, Paul Salmon, John Geering, Jean Flynn.
  • Animation: Keith Scoble, George Jackson, Robert Newman, Clinton J. Priest, Brian Cosgrove, Paul Jasper, Dan Whitworth, Gary Hurst, Malcolm McGookin, Kevin Baldwin, Neil Salmon, Garry Owen, Tony Garth, Stephen Thomas, Dave Bowers, Les Brooksbank, Jean Flynn, Meryl Edge, Denise Heywood, Phil Morris, John Offord, Arthur de Cloedt, Chris Randall, Dave Livesey, Denise McAllister, Phillip McMylor, Kay Widdowson, Andy Wilson, Janet Nunn, Rosemary Welch, Chris Caunter, Peter Hale, Tony Guy, Ramon Modiano, Mark Povey, Lloyd Sutton, Malcolm Hartley.
  • Special Effects: Roy Huckerby, Stephen Simpson, Carlos Alfonso, Malcolm Turner, Jackie Mitchell.
  • Paint and Trace: Bob Burrows, Phillip McMylor, Roy Huckerby, Monica McCartney, Lorraine Thomas, Bev Phillips, Peter Kidd, Yasodha Gopal, Ceri Matthews, Andrew Wilson, Barbara Alcock, Judy Ringrose, Joan Storey, Simon White, Jackie Mitchell, Sue Halliwell, Edmund Williams, Lynn Hardie, Andrea Hancock, Gloria Vassiliou, Andy McLaughlin, Stefania Giani, Maggie Beamer, Tony McAleese, Lesley White, Katie Nutter, Karen Brumell, Lesley Scott, Linda Mawson, Sue Robson, Robyn Shawkley.
  • Music: Mike Harding.
  • Music Production: Ritchie Close.
  • Sung by: Myfanwy Talog.
  • Dubbing: Magmasters London Ltd.
  • Dubbing Mixer: Ted Spooner.
  • Camera: Frank Hardie, Wendy Hardie, Peter Kidd, Phil Atack, Wendy Senior, Mark Sutton, Nic Jayne.
  • Editing: Nigel Rutter, Nibs Senior, Stephen Perry, John McManus, Zyggy Markiewicz, Stuart Murray, Ivan Naisbitt.
  • Production Supervisor: Bob Burrows.

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Cartoon Summary:


Danger Mouse and Penfold travel to Scotland to keep Greenback from destroying the world with music from all the world's bagpipes.

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