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  • BBC revives the iconic Danger Mouse
  • BBC revives the iconic Danger Mouse
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BBC revives the iconic Danger Mouse

Tapping into childhood nostalgia, the BBC has announced that the much loved '80s cartoon Danger Mouse is getting a modern day reboot. Having been out of production since 1992, the BBC has ordered 52 new episodes with the intention of winning over a “new generation of fans.”



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