Danger is his first name
October 13, 2013 10:10 PM Subscribe
Danger Mouse (previously), Count Duckula, and Victor and Hugo were three of the many very silly, very British cartoons created by the Manchester-based Cosgrove Hall animation studio. First airing in the 1980s and early '90s, each of the shows were chock-full of wordplay, bad puns, absurd humour, and general zaniness. The studio stopped making original shows after being sold off by its parent company in 1991, and eventually shut down in 2009. The BBC recently covered the history of Cosgrove Hall in a short article and a much longer 30-minute radio tribute by David Jason, voice of Danger Mouse himself (as well as Count Duckula, Hugo, and many other characters).
- Danger Mouse: Wikipedia / IMDB / TV Tropes. Some YouTubers have uploaded episodes from the early and middle series, while the last few series can be viewed for free on Hulu.
- Count Duckula: Wikipedia / IMDB / TV Tropes. (Almost?) all the episodes are on YouTube.
- Victor and Hugo: Wikipedia / IMDB / TV Tropes. A lot of episodes are on YouTube, but certainly not as well organized as the previous two.
- Cosgrove Hall Ate My Brain is a comprehensive fan site for all the Cosgrove Hall shows.
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