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Danger Mouse co-creator Mark Hall dies

Filed under: Television, News — Charlie Summers @ 2:14 pm

From BBC News: Danger Mouse co-creator Mark Hall dies

From the article: “Animator Mark Hall, co-founder of Cosgrove Hall, responsible for Chorlton and the Wheelies, Danger Mouse and The Wind in the Willows, has died of cancer at the age of 75.”

I simply love Danger Mouse. I know it’s stupid, I know the jokes are stupid, I know it’s nothing but a few minutes of silliness, but still, I love the show. Enough that when my wife calls my cell phone, the ringtone I use for her is the theme from Danger Mouse (before you ask, when Katie calls me my phone plays the theme from Police Squad). If you haven’t seen DM, find an episode (surely there’s one on Google’s Tube-thingie), sit back, and just let the goofiness wash over you like a cleansing rain.

“Caw! Crumbs, Chief!”

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