Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Danger Mouse is an '80s British cartoon that loosely parodies British spy movies. Despite the good-vs.-evil setup, the characters' exchanges are more comical than they are antagonistic, and what violence exists (bombs, dynamite, etc.) is without consequence. Many of the highbrow jokes will sail over kids' heads, but they make the show a lot of fun for the older crowd as well. The stories make good use of the show's changing settings, exposing kids to basic geography and culture in places like Scotland and Italy.
Bombs and dynamite explode, leaving gaping holes in whatever they're near. Violence between characters is minimal, but most stories show the heroes in some kind of danger, like being held hostage or spun in circles until they give up information. No real harm is ever done to any of the characters, though.
The show pokes gentle fun at spy movie tropes like elaborate but ill-fated schemes, tricked-out vehicles, and hapless bad guys. Good and evil are clearly defined, and the villains are driven by greed rather than a desire for violence, which lessens the sense of danger in the exchanges. Danger Mouse and Penfold always try to solve problems with creative planning rather than by fighting.
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