An archaeologist gains an amulet that lets her turn into the superheroine goddess Isis and fight evil. SS's debut was on September 12, 1965 in The World of Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel prime-time special on NBC. The first seven episodes of the 1960s Secret Squirrel series was broadcast in front of the 1994–1995 season of Hanna-Barbera's2 Stupid Dogs (1993–1995).
Years later, Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole were revived in 1993 for back-up segments of TBS Superstation's animated series2 Stupid Dogs.
The reason to revive Secret Squirrel is because it was one of Cook's favorite Hannah Barbera shows.
Upon being called in by a scientist, Secret and Morocco attempt to catch what seems to be a cat containing explosive atoms inside. Morocco takes the liberty of locating a gold shipment stolen by Yellow Pinkie all by himself. An evil sea lion named Goldflipper (Jim Cummings) creates a giant gold magnet steals golden teeth, which calls the "Molar-Acoustic-Synctro-Bicuspid-Dental-Magnetic-Electro-Platt-Conductive-Postiviser".
Expensive paintings are stolen on the night of a museum gala and Secret Squirrel discovers an art-loving, sophisticatedchameleon, known as ("Panoleon") P. In an attempt to cut down his expenses, the Chief replaces Secret Squirrel with Penny and hires Morocco as his secretary. Secret and Morocco appear as part of the cast in Yogi's Ark Lark and its spin-off series Yogi's Gang, but the two characters have no dialogue in either series. Secret Squirrel makes a cameo appearance in an episode of Squirrel Boy in which his hat was seen on a gravestone.
Secret Squirrel made numerous appearances in his 1965 form for Cartoon Network in its first years on the air.
Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole appeared in some Cartoon Network UK ads in both there 1965 and 2 Stupid Dogs form. Secret Squirrel makes an appearance in the show The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy in an episode with Hoss Delgado who is driving in his monster truck and almost runs over Secret Squirrel. Secret Squirrel made a cameo appearance in The Angry Beavers episode "Partying is such a Sweet Sorrow" as one of the guests at Norbert and Daggett's party. Hanna-Barbera Records released a Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole: Superspy (HLP-2046) LP album in 1966. John Drake is a special operative for NATO, specializing in security assignments against any subversive element that threatened world peace. Secret State explores the relationship between a democratically elected government, big business and the banks. Cannes 2016: IMDb's VIP Dinner Check out photos from IMDb's annual dinner at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
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But after only two episodes were completed, McGoohan quit the series to devote his energies to The Prisoner. Secret first appeared in a prime-time animated special calledThe World of Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel, which aired on NBC on September 12, 1965.
Beginning in 1993, thirteen new Secret Squirrel cartoons appeared in between the 2 Stupid Dogs episodes, with the updated title, Super Secret Secret Squirrel and a new cast.


Secret Squirrel had his own show in 1966 and was then reunited with Atom Ant in 1967 until 1968. He assigned animator David Feiss to the storyboards to hilarious results, with the conventional wisdom that the cartoons had superior humor to the original, somewhat drab films.
Secret Squirrel has an uncle named Uncle Undercover (voiced by Greg Burson) who owns The Invention Dimension store in Jellystone Mall.
Mel Blanc voiced Secret Squirrel, but Daws Butler voiced Morocco Mole instead of Paul Frees.
Episodes were broadcast in syndication and as part of The Banana Splits variety and compilation series. These new shorts also introduced Penny (voiced by Kimmy Robertson), a female squirrel assistant to the Chief (a la Miss Moneypenny) as a possible love interest for Secret (as hinted at in the episodes Queen Bea and Quark). One shows Drake walking towards the camera in negative, then a sharp closeup of his eyes in positive. Morocco's color scheme has been redesigned, had his wardrobe's patlette swapped, wears sunglasses, and has an evil twin brother, Scirocco Mole (voiced by Jess Harnell). With the exception of "Agent Penny", every episode is named after the foes Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole encounters. Secret's art design remained relatively intact, but with a more modern design than the previous animated series' version of the character, featuring hard lines and sharper angles, giving him a leaner and more slick style. Patrick McGoohan was born in the US but based in Europe, and in one episode of the 1964 series, John Drake says he is Irish.
Secret also loses his signature lisp given to him by Blanc's portrayl similar to Sylvester the Cat (although it was homaged in the episode "Goldflipper" where Secret spoke with it to mock Morocco's sudden lisp in that episode), but Harnell's portrayl gives Secret an update suave voice in reminiscent of him sometimes breaking into his Wakko Warner voice without the Scouse accent, most notably when he is screaming.
Cummings' portrayl of Morocco makes his voice less of a Peter Lorre impersonation but high-pitched with the kept Moroccan accent. The Chief speaks with a British accent now as evidenced by his catchphrase; "Good show Secret". Apparently, in the 1993 revival, the personality and traits of Secret and Morocco have been switched opposed to their original '60s personality. Morocco was more of a chauffeur and is quite intelligent but in the revival, he is more independent as a sidekick, became too much bungling and is more childlike often getting injured at most scenes, which was Secret's department in the '60s series, and often saying his catchphrase "Okay!". Secret is more displayed as a bumbling hero in the original while in the new version, Secret is capable of doing his job right and at some aspects can be part-workaholic and part-easy going, able to get the job done.
Most of his injuries either come from his job or are from the influence of Morocco's actions. John Drake was now a Special Security Agent for MI9, getting his exotic assignments exclusively from Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Like the original, he has a gadget used for almost everything but mostly relies more on his mixed martial arts combat. This version of the series introduced far more Bond-like gadgets, from exploding tie-pins to tape-recording shavers, and emphasized fast action. This new series seems to have fallen under the villain of the week formula and Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole have once appeared on a 2 Stupid Dogs story in the episode "Let's Make A Right Price" which was an advertisement for Granny's Joybone Doggy Treats, and Little Bog and Big Dog appeared on a Secret Squirrel story in the episode "Scriocco Mole" as contestants in a game show.
McGoohan’s subtle yet intense acting and well-choreographed fightscenes, as well as minorities and women in the roles of intelligent,important people are far ahead of their time and worth watching again andagain.
I had thought this wouldmakeit seem dated, but actually it became an important detail of awell-craftedcharacter, and is part of why I grew to like him better than Bond afteronlythe first disk. Better atwhat it does than what Seinfeld did for its genre, better even, thanthe BBC’s The Office.


Better still, than its successor, The Prisoner.Despite what has dated, what is stunning about Danger Man is what hasnot. In a sense, it’s sickeningly depressing, because the plot concernsare eerily of the moment. Right wing takeovers, identity theft,internment camps, Geneva and Rome endings for unlucky agents … and amajority of episodes concerning the Middle East, which- either throughhuge coincidence or prescience, relate to Iraq, Israel and Lebanon!There is even a slightly anti-Israeli cautionary tale – how likely isthat, today or any day?
Drake uses brainand brawn- he throws a good right hander, for example, though hispathetically slow running, is thankfully, kept to a minimum. There are exoticexteriors – McGoohan who incidentally, co-wrote several of the betterepisodes, let his camera people fly around the world and film whateverthey liked. McGoohan, who must be a peacenik, seems, fromalmost 40 years ago, to warn us across the chasm of time, of thedangers of a society under constant surveillance, plagued by right-winglunatics, both harassed and sold out.
Patriot and lover of Britain to the end, handy man with gadgets,hater of guns and promiscuous sex, these are part of the appeal. While most reviewers find them stilted, (McGoohan lost interestafter filming the episodes and immediately ended the series) I beg todiffer. The showsare also now 1 hour episodes, and for seasons 2 & 3 (combined total 45episodes) are filmed in black and white. He doesn’t usewomen, rarely carries a gun much less uses one, and prefers to think hiswaythrough his missions. The gadgetry ismoresparse and more believable than that found in the Bond films, with themostcommon spy accessories being a camera hidden in a cigarette lighter, andanelectric razor that doubles as a tape recorder. Unfortunately, due to its maturenatureand age, chances of it being televised grows less year by year…Alas poorYorick.
Drake is back in1 hour episodes and looking at these you will find an a to z ofcharacter actors involved in some fantastic stories. Drake is a lonerwho will not let himself get involved with anyone romantically due tothe nature of his job, in fact he is the ultimate gentleman spy and hehas to get close to people to solve the case. Ahundred times over the years, facing my own moments of challenge, Iremembered how John Drake had handled things. Inspite of the inconvenience, I made it my business to see as many aspossible; my first was when Drake had a car crash, blacking out .
I had no idea itwas the progeny of an earlier show about a NATO operative, a few episodesofwhich I saw in 1961 (and none since). It seems some of the later ones (did theseries run into 1967?) were the weakest: Far-fetched and in a few casesridiculous without being tongue-in-cheek. I cannot say whether SECRET AGENTcame to an end because it ran out of petrol or because the more ambitiousTHE PRISONER was on the drawing boards.
It was brilliantly written andplayed and although most of the episodes are in black and white, itdoesn’t make much difference as long as it is so fascinating andreliable. And, yes, that statementapplies to his over-hyped and underwhelming portrayal as Number Six inThe Prisoner. All the Danger Man episodes, including the earlier run of30 minute episodes, are available on DVD. Perhapsif enough people contacted them they might think again?.At least one videotape is available commercially of Danger Man, I have seenit recently in a store in London, as there are 4 episodes on one tape Iassume that these are from the 1960 series, when the stories ran for 30minutes.



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